Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Super Tuesday Open Thread. Update!

Okay folks this the the big one.

As of this post the first polls are closing in Vermont, Virginia, and Georgia.

With Alabama, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, and Tennessee following in about an hour.

Those will be followed by Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Texas within the hour following, and of course Alaska at the very end of the night.

Here is what the polls are predicting

While the polling varies by state, Trump and Clinton both look to be leading in a number of states across the map. For Republicans, Trump looks to be leading in Virginia, Georgia, Oklahoma and Vermont, among others. As for Texas, Cruz leads in some polls while Trump leads in others, so it could be a very close race. 

On the Democratic side, Clinton leads in most states that will vote on Super Tuesday: she is up by double digits in Texas, Virginia, Georgia, Arkansas and Alabama, according to recent polling. Sanders leads big in his home state of Vermont; he's close or slightly ahead of Clinton in Massachusetts and Oklahoma. 

It is going to be a long evening for the political junkies among us.  So get your popcorn and the beverage of your choice ready and let's see where the night takes us.

Update: So early returns show Hillary winning Georgia and Virginia, with Bernie taking Vermont.

Update 2: Okay so Trump has won in Georgia, but Virginia and Vermont remain too close to call.

Update 3:  MSNBC is now projecting that Donald Trump has won Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Alabama. Hillary has also won Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Alabama.

Oklahoma is too close to call for both parties.

Update 4: In no surprise to anyone, Hillary is projected to win Arkansas. But it is too close to call between Donald Trump and ted Cruz.

Update 5: So it looks like Hillary takes Texas for the Democrats, and Ted Cruz captures it (His home state.) for his side of the aisle.

Also it looks like Cruz also won Oklahoma, as did Sanders. 

144 comments:

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    1. Anonymous3:16 PM

      I voted by secret ballot.

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    2. Anonymous4:08 PM

      So did I :)

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    3. Anonymous4:40 PM

      I voted for the candidate I perceive as having the best chance of winning g in November and implementing some much needed healing in this country. Which won't happen I know but a Hillary voter can dream!

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    4. I voted for Hillary, too, in Illinois early voting.

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    5. Crystal Sage9:23 PM

      I ran a voting station for Democrats Abroad in Canada and Hillary won, but Bernie was close behind. I voted for Hillary.

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    6. I don't get to vote until June. :-(

      I imagine the decisions will be made by then so it won't matter how I vote. :-(

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  2. Anonymous3:19 PM

    Super Tuesday should be pretty super for Hillary Clinton -- apparently Democrats aren't buying the socialist's claims that she's corrupt! Now he wants transcripts. Poor Bernie.

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  3. Anonymous3:21 PM

    I live in Oregon and our primary isn't until May. Never understood that....why have one at all?

    At least they changed to vote by mail. Before then, many didn't vote in the general because they had already called the election by the time most people were just getting off work.

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    1. Anonymous4:47 PM

      Be lucky you even have a primary, we don't even have a Democratic primary here in AK we have a Caucus, which is just a lot more trouble than simply casting a ballot.

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    2. Anonymous5:07 PM

      Caucus here in Colorado which I am missing right now because it's on a Tuesday night, need to line up by 6:30 after a long day of getting the kids off to school, going to work, after school activities, husband out of town, need to try and get child care on a Tuesday night from 6:15 to 9:00, etc..

      Even if I could get someone to watch the kids, I would have to sit through speeches and listen to people rant about their chosen candidate. If I could walk in, fill out a ballot and leave, it would be great. I've done my research and I'm not going to be swayed away from my candidate and I can't afford to waste 2 hours of my time.

      I moved here from a primary state and right now I'm really missing it. I love that we have all mail-in voting for general elections, but caucuses suck.

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  4. Anonymous3:26 PM

    The 'Make Donald Drumpf Again' Chrome extension is hilarious!

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  5. Will Carson and Kasich finally bow out after today?

    Please?

    I wish my state was also on Super Tuesday. Then maybe my vote might count for something.

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    1. Anonymous3:36 PM

      Michigan tried that a couple years ago, and the DNC had a hissy fit. Threatened to disenfranchise all of us.

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    2. Piss on the DNC. Why can't all the States do Super Tuesday? Why do some of us have to wait until it doesn't matter what we want?

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  6. Anonymous3:41 PM

    Donald Trump wins Georgia Republican primary

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/03/02/1493412/-Donald-Trump-wins-Georgia-Republican-primary

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  7. Anonymous4:05 PM

    Here's how Hillary does it.

    She pretty much ignores Trump(which will make him crazy with him being such a thin skinned, narcissistic, toddler), sticks to sharing her plans, thoughts, ideas with the American people, staying cool, calm, and collected (like POTUS). Then once Trump is foaming at the mouth, begging her to engage, she wallops him, bigtime, and doesn't stop til he's on his 'electorial knees.

    Trump's Achilles heel is his need for worship, adoration, attention, flattery. He HATES being mocked, laughed at, talked down to, but most of all he hates being ignored.

    But she should not let him lure her anywhere near the gutter he's been wallowing in. She will 'sting like a bee' for the final KO, most likely the debates.

    That's of course if they are the candidates in the general.

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    1. Anonymous4:12 PM

      Drumpf HATES being mocked, laughed at, talked down to, but most of all he hates being ignored.

      There, I fixed it for you

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    2. Anonymous5:35 PM

      Drumpf's Achilles heel is a pretty woman. I'm surprised someone hasn't thought of sending a coupla ringers his way and dusting up a little current scandal or three.

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    3. Anonymous6:18 PM

      I hate the whole "there, I fixed it for you" schtick. It comes off as arrogant and insulting to the original poster.

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    4. Anonymous6:29 PM

      6:18, it's right up there with "DING DING DING WE HAVE A WINNER!!!

      They need new material

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    5. Anonymous6:48 PM

      Anonymous4:12 PM

      At least when you use that phrase you is correctly. You just reworded it. You didn't correct a mistake.

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    6. Anonymous7:01 PM

      Not fond of her, but Nikki Haley had the PERFECT response to Trump trying to goad her into a Twitter fight.

      "Bless your heart."

      If you're from the South, you know exactly what I'm talking about.

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    7. Anonymous8:13 PM

      You underestimate Trump, big time.

      Frankly if he stays in, wins the republican nomination and it is Trump vs Hillary...

      Well, he is probably going to be president, unless he purposely capsizes his campaign.

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    8. Anonymous8:15 PM

      You underestimate Trump, big time.

      Frankly if he stays in, wins the republican nomination and it is Trump vs Hillary...

      Well, he is probably going to be president, unless he purposely capsizes his campaign.

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    9. If the RNC allows Trump to win the nomination you are going to find Republicans holding their noses and crossing the aisle to vote for Hillary. Even they can't stand him. This will finally bring an end to "loyalty" voting.

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    10. Anonymous3:05 AM

      Trump lacks character and he hates women that are by any measure superior to him. Absent a stolen election he will go nowhere except to the funny farm.

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    11. The debates will be interesting. If Trump indulges in his usual rude habits such as yelling over the other candidate or lobbing personal insults, I don't think it will go well for him.

      He will be determined to run the debate and be in charge because he can't stand anyone telling him he has to follow their rules.

      I think many would be sympathetic to the Democratic candidate if he is disrespectful. On the other hand, we will also expect them to not let him get away with what he will surely try to do.

      I think the posters above who suggested that laughing contempt and dismissal will be a good weapon for getting him to blow his top are correct.

      Check out Trump's face in the clips from the WHCD a few years ago. Google Seth, Obama, Trump, WHCD.

      For Americans with an IQ above a potted plant, the debates will also be striking in that any Democratic candidate will discuss issues with multi-syllabic words, assuming that the audience has the brains and knowledge to understand. Listen to Trump. His language is at a "See Spot run. He runs and runs. See Spot. Spot runs." level. He uses one syllable words and repeats them over and over again. I can't help but picture my hardback first-grade reader with the plaid cover. If you took the duplicate sentences out of any of his yammerings, his speeches would be cut in length by two-thirds.

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  8. Anonymous4:12 PM

    NRA Lobbyist To Host Hillary Fundraiser

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/3/1/1494045/-NRA-Lobbyist-To-Host-Hillary-Fundraiser

    Seriously, WTF?

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    1. Anonymous4:24 PM

      Why you surprised? Democrats have gun, too.

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    2. Anonymous4:49 PM

      My husband and I are left leaning Independents and we're both NRA lifetime members; our fathers enrolled us when we were little kids.

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    3. Anonymous5:03 PM

      These lobbyists court everyone, democrats and republicans.

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    4. Anonymous3:07 AM

      We're lifelong Democrats and I hate guns but my husband has four because he likes to eat venison and other smelly meat.

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  9. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Yes we KLAN!

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/3/1/1493015/-Cartoon-Trumper-Sticker

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  10. Anonymous4:42 PM

    Hillary won Arkansas!
    Thugs too close to call between Drumpf and Cruz.

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    1. Anonymous5:06 PM

      Hillary took Texas by a landslide!

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  11. Anonymous4:47 PM

    UH OH.

    Clinton Campaign scrubs promise to "lay out a comprehensive energy & climate agenda" from site

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/3/1/1494116/-Clinton-Campaign-Scrubbs-Promise-to-lay-out-a-comprehensive-energy-climate-agenda-from-website

    Clinton backtracks on moratorium on fossil fuel extraction on public land

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/3/1/1494014/-Clinton-backtracks-on-moratorium-on-fossil-fuel-extraction-on-public-land

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    1. Anonymous8:43 PM

      Hillary supports GMOs and Monsanto. One of the big lobbyists for the TPP said Hillary will pass the TPP after she is elected.

      http://polliticall.blogspot.com/2016/02/is-2016-against-sanders-rerun-of-smears.html

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    2. Anonymous8:45 PM



      http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2015/apr/26/peter-schweizer/fact-checking-clinton-cash-author-claim-about-bill/

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    3. Anonymous10:04 PM

      Bernie doesn't seem to have much of a problem with GMOs:

      "GMOs: Bernie supports allowing states to require labels on foods containing “genetically modified organisms” (GMOs) based on the consumer’s right-to-know, but does not believe that GMOs are necessarily bad."

      http://feelthebern.org/bernie-sanders-on-agriculture/

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    4. Anonymous3:29 AM

      How funny that 8:45 PM wants us to know that Sarah Palin's former personal butt boy Peter Schweizer says that Sarah should get paid for her screeches but President Clinton should speak for free, just like Hillary should.

      Back to your slimy pond, panty sniffer.

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  12. Anonymous4:50 PM

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    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5351176/

    http://www.capitalnewyork.com/article/media/2016/02/8592081/circus-showtime-expands-its-documentary-scope

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  13. Anonymous4:56 PM

    Off topic:


    Second Amendment teenager defends himself in bid to stay in bed, shoots family. Only hits three of five.

    "An argument over getting out of bed for school Tuesday morning led a teenage boy to open fire on four family members, including his grandmother and two young children, in an East Nashville home, Metro police said."

    http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/davidson%20/2016/03/01/police-respond-triple-shooting-east-nashville/81145026/

    "There was a quarrel about getting up and getting ready for the day when (at some point) the 16-year-old ran to a closet, got a 9 mm handgun and started firing," Mumford said.

    Bullets struck the teen's 67-year-old grandmother twice, and his 12-year-old sister and 6-year-old nephew were both grazed by gunfire. The teen's nephew is his older sister’s son, Mumford said.

    The teen also tried to shoot his 42-year-old mother in the living room of the home, but Mumford said the woman ducked behind a couch and avoided being hit.

    The teen's 2-year-old sister was also in the home when the gunfire broke out but she was not struck by bullets, Mumford said."


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    1. Anonymous5:15 PM

      hey I got an idea! why don't you start your own blog Off Topic? okay? thanks!

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    2. Anonymous5:16 PM

      Oh, but that it was a crime that he even had a gun in the closet...

      What am i saying? This is America and we're all targets.

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    3. Anonymous5:28 PM

      So you got Grandma, sister, her baby, the shooter and presumably their parents all living under the same roof? I'd be a little cranky too!

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    4. Anonymous5:28 PM

      Some people just don't understand the purpose of debate open threads.

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    5. Anonymous5:44 PM

      There is more than one of me here.

      Maybe you should ask Gryphen if this is something he wants to stop? Or maybe you can start your own blog and kwitcherbitchin here?

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    6. Anonymous7:18 PM

      Well, if it's a open thread, 5:44, 5:28 PM had the right to post just like you did.

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  14. Anonymous5:09 PM

    Watching Hillary Clinton. All these promises, but none will ever be realized until we oust Republicans from Congress.

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    1. Anonymous5:17 PM

      Yup. No truer words were ever spoke.

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    2. Anonymous5:22 PM

      Exactly. I hope whomever doesn't win the nomination encourages his or her supporters to not stay home. They need to vote for the dem POTUS candidate and, even if they don't want to vote for the dem POTUS candidate, they need to vote for their local dems.

      When dems stay home on election day, we get a red wall in congress.

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    3. Anonymous5:26 PM

      Yep, she'll be Barack Obama 2.0. They'll take even more joy from obstructing the woman than they did the black man.

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    4. Anonymous5:53 PM

      @Anonymous 5:09 PM

      Watching Hillary Clinton. All these promises, but none will ever be realized until we oust Republicans from Congress.
      *****************
      As long as Dems keep sitting-out midterm elections, the Repubs will dominate the Congress.

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    5. Anonymous9:31 PM

      There won't be much that many changes if Hillary is POTUS. All the things she agreed with that was Bernie's plans and took as her own will not be passed. Healthcare will stay the same, student debt will not be dealt with and the TPP will pass and Wall St will continue as is or more. But the game is not over....Obama lost like Bernie tonight only to come back and win. Bernie is predicted to do the same. He will be a fantastic president. We are committed to him. We will never vote for a plutocrat/oligarch. Our consciences won't let us. Feel the bern!

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    6. Anonymous9:50 PM

      @ anon 9:31 pm
      Bernie is not going to win. He doesn't have the minority vote and isn't going to get it. There aren't enough whitebread states for him to win the election. As for Bernie's "plans", he has no plans, he has ideas and no plans much like a 5 yr old.

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    7. Anonymous11:16 PM

      Obama did not lose in 2008 like Sanders did today. In fact, on Super Tuesday, 2008, Obama won more states that Hillary Clinton, and more delegates.

      It's obvious that you prefer Sanders for many reasons, but that doesn't change history.

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    8. Anonymous12:14 AM

      9:31 I agree totally!!

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  15. Anonymous5:25 PM

    Great night for John McCain!!!!!! /s

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  16. Anonymous5:38 PM

    And there's Nicolle Wallace, who KNEW $arah was an idgit yet pushed her. No respect for her whatsoever.

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    1. Anonymous7:04 PM

      You mean "feckin' idgit" as Mrs. Brown would say.

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  17. Anonymous5:41 PM

    Hey look! Crispy Kreme introduces Drumpf!
    Where are you, $arah? lmao

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  18. Anonymous5:41 PM

    Chris Christie just introduced Trump at a press conference in FL. Where's Sarah?

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    1. Anonymous5:51 PM

      Busy dillin with Barstools latest social media foxpaws?

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    2. Anonymous5:54 PM

      Don't you mean Sara?

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    3. Anonymous5:55 PM

      I love it, those two are made for each other!

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  19. Anonymous5:45 PM

    Watching Christie kiss-up to Trump is just pathetic. I think he was seriously bullied when he was young.

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  20. Anonymous5:47 PM

    Trump is speaking ...

    Is that Vice-president Chris Christie standing behind him?

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    1. Anonymous6:10 PM

      I cannot imagine a more unattractive couple than Crispie and Mary Pat.

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    2. Balzafiar6:17 PM

      Yep, that's him and judging by the way he's fidgeting, he's busy playing pocket pool.

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    3. Anonymous7:08 PM

      It KILLS me that he's doing this from Maralago. Mrs. Post was a lovely, classy lady who was well-loved in the Palm Beach community. Always involved in local charities. I know she must be spinning in her grave to see what's become of her beautiful home.

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    4. Anonymous3:32 AM

      That's Vice President Crust Crusty.

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  21. Anonymous5:50 PM

    IF Drumpf wins, his hubris will bring on all those nations he says he will bully into his wishes. Drumpf is not invincible nor is America. IF Drumpf has his way, he will fall big time and so will the American people.

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    1. Anonymous7:04 PM

      If Trump wins I'll move to my home in Canada and then ask my government to build a wall.

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    2. Anonymous7:57 PM

      If Trump wins, maybe the Nuge will finally keep his promise of leaving the country or jail.

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  22. Anonymous5:50 PM

    Trump said Republican party is expanding. Is he talking about Christie?

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  23. Anonymous5:53 PM

    Trump said he's a truth teller, he tells the truth.

    Just ask David Duke.

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  24. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Trump said he disavowed David Duke but he hasn't disavowed white supremacist

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  25. The fatso standing behind Trump looks photo shopped on live TV.

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  26. Anonymous5:59 PM

    FUCKWAD TRUMP
    WHY WON'T YOU
    DISAVOW WHITE
    SUPREMACISTS

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  27. Anonymous6:03 PM

    GOOD READ>
    http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/revenge-of-the-simple-how-george-w-bush-gave-rise-to-trump-20160301?page=3

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    1. Anonymous6:16 PM

      PARTY DOWN SOUTH!!

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    2. Anonymous6:19 PM

      UNREAL>>
      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/03/01/donald-trump-destroys-campaign-disastrous-press-conference-full-gibberish.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+politicususa%2FfJAl+%28Politicus+USA+%29

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  28. Anonymous6:04 PM

    Rubio gasping after Super Tuesday

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/03/marco-rubio-super-tuesday-2016-220085

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  29. Anonymous6:15 PM

    Where is Sarah? If she is so special, why isn't she standing with Trump tonight?

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    1. Anonymous6:30 PM

      She embarrassed the hell out of him. You can bet they're still in cahoots behind the scenes.

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    2. Anonymous7:44 PM

      She's curled up in a fetal position on her bed.

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  30. What do you suppose Walker, Jindal and Santorum are doing right now...?

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    1. Anonymous6:23 PM

      Walker is jindaling his santorum?

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    2. @ 6:23. That made me smile.

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  31. Anonymous6:38 PM

    Buzzfeed:
    Donald Trump Secretly Told The New York Times What He Really Thinks About Immigration

    The details? Release the transcript. UPDATE: Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have called on Trump to ask for the tape to be released.

    The New York Times is sitting on an audio recording that some of its staff believes could deal a serious blow to Donald Trump, who, in an off-the-record meeting with the newspaper, called into question whether he would stand by his own immigration views....

    Neither Baquet, Collins, nor various editorial board members I reached would comment on an off-the-record conversation, which the Times essentially said it cannot release without approval from Trump, given the nature of the off-the-record agreement.

    Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal told me he would not comment "on what was off the record at our meeting with him."

    "If [Trump] wants to call up and ask us to release this transcript, he's free to do that and then we can decide what we would do," Rosenthal said.

    Trump, whose spokeswoman didn't respond immediately to an email, can resolve this mystery: He can ask the Times to release the tape. Will he? ...

    Read more at
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/bensmith/trump-tape#.cmkgbxdK7W

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    1. Anonymous8:38 PM

      both he and Clinton should release their transcripts/tapes.
      http://www.salon.com/2016/02/28/the_case_against_hillary_clinton_this_is_the_disaster_democrats_must_avoid/

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  32. Balzafiar6:44 PM

    I am very, very surprised at some of the returns I am seeing. I simply cannot find it believable that Cruz would do so well. He is a reptile.

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    1. Anonymous7:08 PM

      I cannot tolerate his voice, and done with his "prayerfully considering" crap.

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  33. Anonymous6:44 PM

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/02/upshot/sanders-campaign-will-travel-on-but-path-to-victory-is-all-but-blocked.html

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    1. Anonymous7:49 PM

      http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/mar/01/super-tuesday-results-bernie-sanders-campaign?CMP=edit_2221

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  34. Anonymous6:49 PM

    Spoke with a retired professor who attended the Drumpf event at Radford University (VA). This is the one where the photographer got body slammed by the SS (ironic, huh?) Prof is a political junkie, so he's been following the various campaigns & has met all the candidates more than once.

    Prof said that since he's seen Drumpf's show several times before, he concentrated on watching the crowd. Scary, very scary. As in Munich scary. Wouldn't have been surprised if the crowd hadn't broken out into "Seig Heil!"

    Fun little chat. He even owns one of the disputed Palm Beach County butterfly ballot machines from the 2000 election. No doubt in his mind we wuz robbed that year.

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    1. THAT IS SCAREY. i WAS IN fLORIDA DURING THE "CHADS."

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  35. Anonymous6:54 PM

    What scares me even more than the thought of Trump becoming President is the knowledge that, if he doesn't, there is still a frightening number of people who thought he SHOULD.

    Even if he goes away after the election, they will still be out there, living among us.

    What the hell has happened to my country????

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    1. Anonymous7:13 PM

      That's a darn good question.

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    2. Anonymous8:07 PM

      They were always out there. Now they've just become emboldened to take off their masks, is all. Or their hoods.

      I feel exactly the same way you do.

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    3. Anonymous1:20 AM

      @6:54 pm
      What happened is simply this, the loser Trumperoidals reproduce; and they do not advocate birth control, only abstinence.

      dowl

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  36. Anonymous6:56 PM

    Six N.J. newspapers call on Christie to resign

    The six newspapers including the Asbury Park Press, the Cherry Hill Courier-Post and the Morristown Daily Record — all Gannett-owned papers that are part of the USA TODAY NETWORK — were apparently spurred to editorial outrage by a Monday press conference in which Christie refused to answer questions about anything other than his nomination of a state Supreme Court judge. Asked why, Christie replied, "Because I don't want to."

    "We’re fed up with Gov. Chris Christie’s arrogance," the papers wrote. "We’re fed up with his opportunism. We’re fed up with his hypocrisy."

    Read more at:
    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/03/01/seven-nj-newspapers-call-christie-resign/81168876/

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    1. Anonymous2:04 AM

      Can you just imagine the disaster of a president someone that arrogant and un-cooperative would be..

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  37. Anonymous7:00 PM

    Can someone explain to me just exactly is "The Reagan Coalition" is? He started this crap!

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    1. Anonymous8:30 PM

      My understanding is that Reagan expanded the GOP Southern Strategy by bringing in the racist Democrats in the northern states.

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  38. Anonymous7:02 PM

    Oklahoma for Bernie!
    "As Oklahoma goes, so goes Vermont."
    American history buffs will recognize that from the 1936 Presidential campaign of Alf Landon and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who won all but two states in 1936.

    Will have to read some analyses tomorrow about what happened in that outlier state. Yeah, Bernie.

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    1. Anonymous7:48 PM

      Richard Wolffe asks Bernie to face facts - http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/mar/01/super-tuesday-results-bernie-sanders-campaign?CMP=edit_2221

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  39. Anonymous7:46 PM


    Donald Trump Destroys His Campaign With Disastrous Press Conference Full Of Gibberish

    Donald Trump burned his presidential campaign to the ground with a delusional press conference full of gibberish which proved that the Republican frontrunner is unfit to be president.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/03/01/donald-trump-destroys-campaign-disastrous-press-conference-full-gibberish.html

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    1. Anonymous8:56 PM

      Politicususa is often very off about many things. They don't get that a good chunk of Americans are redneck dunces and don't see the world they do. I would bet his braindead supporters thought his press conference was amazing!
      I stopped reading this site because they are so far left it is as bad as reading the far right stuff. It is too bad because I do like Sarah Jones's articles, especially when she writes about Sarah.

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  40. Anonymous8:00 PM

    I'm watching MSNBC and the fast-talking drama voices are driving me crazy. Bedtime for Bonzai!

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  41. Anonymous8:02 PM

    Palin not bused in to stand next to Trump / christie tonight?
    She is no show, poor grandma LOL

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    1. Anonymous8:11 AM

      Seems Trump bought a cheaper political whore than Sara.

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  42. The election proves what the polls have been showing; Democrats are not coming out to vote. If that is the same in the general election in November, Trump will be president.

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    1. Anonymous5:22 AM

      From what I've read, there's little evidence that primary and general election turnout are necessarily related.

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    2. Anonymous8:10 AM

      Completely irrelevant to the general election.

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  43. Anonymous9:46 PM

    Looking at the map, its a little scary that Hillary hasn't taken ANY northern state by more than .2 percent to 2 percent.

    Are there enough southern states to give her the upper hand here?

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    1. Anonymous11:18 PM

      If Hillary picks one of the Castro brothers as her running mates she will take Texas and every other state with a high Hispanic population. As it stands now Hillary has 453 delegates to Bernie's 2824. Also, Hillary has taken Massachusetts which is a Northern State and will take New York.

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    2. Anonymous3:37 AM

      Hillary already has Texas. Sheesh is NObody paying attention here?

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    3. Anonymous5:22 AM

      I think 11:18 is talking about the general election.

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    4. Anonymous8:09 AM

      @anon 3:37am
      Well apparently not you since running mates aren't picked at this moment. And by taking Texas, I meant in the general election not the primaries. Maybe you should not post so early in the morning.

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  44. Anonymous9:54 PM

    Are the Alaska ballot counters doing their usual slow job? I keep seeing Alaska not finalized but it'll be Trump anyway. Looking forward to Evita Palin on a balcony in Anchorage waving to the throngs below...

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    1. Anonymous1:31 AM

      Cruz takes Alaska!!!
      Good job Sarah!

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    2. Anonymous2:55 AM

      Cruz won Alaska. They really don't like $arah, now do they?

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    3. Anonymous3:38 AM

      The pond will be devasatated. They were saying it was a slap in the face to Sarah that Trump didn't campaign in "her" state, whereas Cruz did. Must go visit them.

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  45. Caroll Thompson11:53 PM

    Ted Cruz won Alaska. I think Alaskans gave Sarah the big middle finger.

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  46. Anonymous11:56 PM

    This whole election process is rigged and a sham. Pay attention. Speak up.

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  47. Cruz wins Alaska!! Trump suffered the Palin curse,
    happens every time!

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  48. Anonymous12:36 AM

    This analysis discounts the strength of Hillary's wins in the red states and believes Bernie's wins in swing states mean more:

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/03/02/1494373/-Clinton-won-hispanics-in-Tx-Sander-won-them-in-Co

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    1. Anonymous3:43 AM

      Well that's the Daily Kos for you. Bernie isn't actually hanging on to anything meaningful. Oklahoma is the reddest state in the union.

      And here's a little secret: Democrats could make Georgia blue if they wanted it. In 2008 it wavered in purple land for weeks.

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    2. Anonymous4:47 AM

      Where is the data that shows Sanders won Latinos in Colorado? I can't find any.

      There aren't any entrance or exit polls in Colorado.

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    3. Anonymous5:21 AM

      That seems to be a comment from one person on the Daily Kos without any statistics to back it up.

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  49. A different take than what the mainstream press is telling you or the Democratic machine is telling you.

    https://www.facebook.com/BernieAction/videos/1769898466567591/

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  50. Anonymous2:48 AM

    OT but important:

    *********************

    Didn't Bristol tell Levi and Sadie she had BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY??

    You CAN NOT BREAST FEED after this surgery. I know this is true. Two friends who considered surgery in ther twenties, one went for it , one didn't. Breastfeeding issue was the show stopper for the latter. She waited til her forties after her kids.

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    1. Anonymous3:45 AM

      I wouldn't believe anything that Bristol Palin said until I saw proof.

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    2. Anonymous3:52 AM

      How is this important? To whom? Get a life.

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    3. Anonymous5:12 AM

      3:52 sad, isn't it?

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    4. Anonymous7:53 AM

      She's had one augmentation and one life and augmentation, the lift most likely makes it impossible to breastfeed, a lift is basically the same surgery as a reduction

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    5. Anonymous7:53 AM

      It could be very important to Dakota and his attys.

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  51. Gotta love Cruz winning Alaska

    In your face Hello Quitty!

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  52. Anonymous3:20 AM

    $arah is a hell of an endorser. She couldn't even help Trump win Alaska! Ba ha ha ha ha

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  53. Anonymous5:20 AM

    Did Sarah Palin even campaign for Trump in Alaska? Did she attend any fund raising events or rallies? Did she do any campaign ads?

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