Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders finally agree on date for New York debate. Sanders camp still not happy. Update!

Courtesy of NBC News:

Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have finally come to terms on where and when they will have one more debate before New York's Democratic primary. 

It's going down in Brooklyn. 

The DNC-sanctioned debate will be aired on CNN and NY1, a regional cable news outlet, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on April 14 — five days before the New York primary.

There we go. After several weeks of grousing by the Sanders camp we finally have a date, so everybody should be happy.



Courtesy of Yahoo News:  

Afterward, Sanders' campaign spokesman, Michael Briggs, released an aggressively worded statement criticizing Clinton for making the Sanders campaign change a date for a rally that it was planning to hold on the same day. 

Briggs wrote: 

"Fortunately, we were able to move a major New York City rally scheduled for April 14 to the night before. We hope the debate will be worth the inconvenience for thousands of New Yorkers who were planning to attend our rally on Thursday but will have to change their schedules to accommodate Secretary Clinton's jam-packed, high-dollar, coast-to-coast schedule of fundraisers all over the country."

I'm sorry but since the large majority of Sanders supporters are young people still in college, exactly what plans do they have to change?

Speaking of Sanders' supporters get a load of what Barney Frank had to say about them recently: 

Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders are unrealistic about what the independent Vermont senator can achieve if elected president, former Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) argued Monday. 

“I think it is a lack of information, to be honest,” he said on “MSNBC Live with Jose Diaz-Balart” when asked why Sanders is resonating with voters. 

“You have people, I believe, who do not understand how hard it is to make change. [It is] the importance of not just being idealistic, but being sensibly pragmatic and keeping their ideals. Sanders is getting their support.” 

Frank said some of the voters who are frustrated with the Democratic establishment have unrealistic expectations about what a president can deliver. 

“You have people who don’t understand, frankly, the nature of the American political system,” he said. "It’s the separation of powers.

This is the exact same argument I have with my daughter, who seems to think that Bernie Sanders is a Jewish version of Gandalf the Gray, with the power to wave his staff and simply change everything that he wants to change with some unspecified kind of magic.  (My daughter hates when I make this comparison by the way.)

She talks about free college, reforming Wall Street, and universal health care as policies that Bernie can put into place through sheer force of will, and with the support of everyday people with no ability to influence votes in the House or the Senate.

The reality is that winning this next election might be possible for either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders, but Hillary wants to continue pushing forward policies put into place by President Obama, which is possible and perfectly reasonable, while Sanders wants to upend the table and start from scratch, and that is simply a non-starter.

Not only will Sanders face unrelenting opposition from the Right, but even Democrats in Congress will be wary of associating with him for fear of making themselves vulnerable in their bids for reelection.

Let's face it a Democrat in a purple state cannot afford to have a challenger with the ability to create ads showing them "palling around with a Socialist."

That label might not bother young folks today, and that is great news for our future, but it is the kiss of death in most Southern states and rural communities in this country.

Update: Okay I finally got around to reading this New York Daily News interview with Bernie Sanders.  I would suggest that any Sanders supporters do the same.

Pay close attention to his responses concerning Wall Street and "too big to fail" banks.

He literally has no idea what he is talking about.


  1. Anonymous8:43 AM


    A future President in the making>

    1. Anonymous10:02 AM

      I think Julian might be on the very short list for VP. he's impressive.

    2. Anonymous11:45 AM

      I hope she selects him, he would turn Texas bright blue!!

  2. Anonymous8:48 AM


    1. Anonymous10:37 AM

      Kelly isn't sure yet if she wants to stay on with Fox News once her contract expires next year.
      "Never say never. I don’t know what’s going to happen. I’ve had a great 12 years here, and I really like working for Roger Ailes. I really like my show, and I love my team. But you know, there’s a lot of brain damage that comes from the job. There was probably less brain damage when I worked in the afternoon. I was less well known. I had far less conflict in my life,"

      FOX Brain damages us all...

  3. Anonymous8:53 AM

    Please read this NY Daily interview with Sanders just published. He sounds like Trump and Palin!

    1. Anonymous10:59 AM

      Gryph, thanks for adding this Bernie interview to the update. It is shocking. I hope EVERY Sanders voter reads it. Wish it had come out two days ago, because it would have definitely affected Wisconsin voting.

    2. Anonymous11:16 AM

      This interview suddenly makes Clinton clean and white and rational and not cynical.She's as crooked as they come.

    3. Anonymous11:22 AM

      Nothing to say about the actual content of Bernie's answers, 11:16? That's not surprising.

  4. Anonymous8:55 AM

    More on Bernie's awful NY Dailyinterview: http://www.shakesville.com/2016/04/holy-mackerel.html

  5. Anonymous9:00 AM

    Bernie Sanders will say anything to get elected.

    Bernie explain to us what you are hiding from America you cheap bastard.

    What is in or not in your taxes?

    What? Don't understand your mumbling

    1. "Kill Wall Street, "more jobs", "tax the rich". That's all I've heard for months. Did I miss something? He's a policy free zone on a par with Trump.

  6. Anonymous9:02 AM

    Now, with crowd annotations, Bernie's disastrous interview http://genius.it/www.nydailynews.com/opinion/transcript-bernie-sanders-meets-news-editorial-board-article-1.2588306?

  7. Anonymous9:06 AM

    @Gryph Your Clinton bias is as obvious as Sarah's ignorance.

    1. Anonymous9:22 AM

      Only willful ignorance can support Sanders' campaign at this point. You must be covering your ears and shouting: "Get off my lawn!"

    2. Anonymous9:51 AM

      This is a blog. Has the concept gone over your head?

    3. Anonymous10:17 AM

      Gryphen hasn't exactly been secretive that he prefers Clinton, genius.

    4. Anonymous11:47 AM

      He doesn't have to be unbiased. But you Bernie Bros sure do whine when people actually link to your heroes words. Why are you so afraid of people reading/ or listening to Bernie's interview?

    5. "Anonymous9:06 AM
      @Gryph Your Clinton bias is as obvious as Sarah's ignorance."
      Well, duh. It's a blog. The point is to express his opinion. He is as entitled to his opinions about Sanders and Clinton as you are to yours, and since it's his blog, he is entitled to express his opinions.

    6. Anonymous4:03 PM

      Right on! How dare he support the candidate of his choice? Only Bernie's supporters are allowed to do that!

    7. That's not the only bias he has.

      "I'm sorry but since the large majority of Sanders supporters are young people still in college, exactly what plans do they have to change?"

      Excuse me?

      That has to be the most obnoxious, rude, condescending, clueless and self-righteous statement I have ever read here from Gryphen.

      It's something Dullard Drumpf would say.

      Yes. It's that offensive.

      I'm personally offended by the assumption that college students can easily change their plans because, hey, they're college students, what plans could they have?

      It's like implying that Gryphen can change his plans at the last minute because hey, he's single and unemployed. He has no life so what's the big deal?

      I'll bet you expect those same college students to just roll over and vote for Hillary when the DNC stacks the deck for her to win. (Why bother with the sham of these primaries since they've already made the decision for the little people?)

      Maybe Gryph should lay off the insults and flat assuming that Bernie supporters will just roll over and vote for Hillary no matter how rudely they are mistreated.

  8. Anonymous9:09 AM

    DNC and 33 States Used Loopholes to Funnel Millions Into the 'Hillary Victory Fund'
    $26 million went into the Clinton campaign before a single vote was cast.

    ... The idea was to increase how much one could personally donate to Hillary by taking advantage of the Supreme Court ruling 2014, McCutcheon v FEC, that knocked down a cap on aggregate limits as to how much a donor could give to a federal campaign in a year. It thus eliminated the ceiling on amounts spent by a single donor to a presidential candidate.

    “Mc McCutcheon was a terrible decision," Uygur explained, adding "it put Citizens United on steroids, and said, ‘you can give even more money as long as you give it to the party, and then in this case they figured, ‘I got it, there’s still caps on how much an individual can give to Hillary Clinton directly but what if we funnel it through the party. And we funnel it through the state democratic parties.' Bingo."



    1. Anonymous9:21 AM

      And yet, Bernie has raised more money and is still losing! Imagine that. By the way, he's not a real Democrat, as he's always proving. Why should he get the DNC money? He refuses to even campaign for down-ballot issues and Democratic candidates!

    2. Anonymous10:01 AM

      Um, do you really think this is Hillary's doing? My goodness, the SC made the ruling and the DNC took advantage of it. Boo hoo. You think the RNC hasn't done the same thing for Cruz and Trump? It's win at all costs. Until we get the money OUT of elections, they will continue to waste billions on ads and stickers and whatever else. But gee, trash Hillary for the DNC some more. I do think the DNC is permitted to prefer a candidate. And Bernie wasn't a Democrat until he decided to ride their coattails, now was he?

    3. Anonymous10:05 AM

      All Legally. That is the CRUX of our system.

    4. Anonymous10:33 AM

      The Victory Fund also funds down ticket Democrat candidates. There are limits to how much of the money can go toward Clinton. How are we going to make any changes if we can't get more Democrats elected to Congress? We should ask Bernie that question because he must think it's possible.

    5. Anonymous6:37 PM

      Hot damn, well Bernie should stick up for his ethics and switch to running for the Imdependent candidate instead of under the DNC umbrella! He needs to stand up to his values right? Or is he too used to the DNC funds he's been scalping?

  9. Anonymous9:27 AM

    Washington Post:

    9 things Bernie Sanders should’ve known about but didn’t in that Daily News interview

    My former colleagues on the New York Daily News editorial board sat down with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Monday for an illuminating interview. The more I read the transcript, the more it became clear that the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination doesn’t know much beyond his standard stump speech about breaking up the banks and how he had the good judgment to vote against the Iraq War in 2002


    1. Anonymous10:18 AM

      Thanks. I was amazed at his answers. Within one year he's going to break up the banks? But he can't articulate how?

    2. Anonymous12:13 PM

      Here's another good article about Bernie. I really had to look into some of the stories about his background and I really have a hard fathoming what he is really like. Found on Politico, a good read http://tinyurl.com/pmwtnx2

    3. Anonymous12:36 PM

      12:13 That is a very good recap read on Senator Sanders.

  10. Anonymous9:27 AM

    Barney Frank knows how things work in government and he knows Sanders won't be able to deliver his promises. When these promises aren't met will his supporters stand by him or abandon him ? I would rather have someone that will fight to keep what we got and improve the things that can be improved in the current makeup of the house and senate.

    1. Anonymous10:43 AM

      A candidate can say whatever it takes to get elected, even if they have no clue if it can be done or how to do it. The true test comes after the election when they find out EXACTLY what they can do, Hillary already KNOWS this from being in the White House. Bernie, nor President Obama, had a clue. Pres Obama learned fast and lost support because the idiots who abandoned him were too stupid to realize this. Sanders would lose a TON of his young supporters because he cannot do what he says he wants to and those folks are too naive to get it. We will end up with a Dem Pres and lose both Senate and House in 2018 if Sanders is elected.

    2. Anonymous11:00 AM

      Sanders is not going to win the Democratic nomination, end of story.

    3. Anonymous11:14 AM

      Barney Frank is a corrupt retired politician who's already declared that he's a Clinton supporter. He pretends he know it all, but he only knew enough to carve out a set-serious compromise, then head for the hills and his pension.

    4. Anonymous11:17 AM

      I disagree that Pres Obama didn't have a clue. He was more pragmatic than Sanders is. He offered hope and change. He didn't offer the moon (although many people pinned their home of the moon on him).

    5. Anonymous12:12 PM

      It's so funny. There's a Bernie Bro who posts here who says anyone who supports Clinton is corrupt, but who refuses to read Bernie's latest interview on NY Daily News. INTERESTING and HILARIOUS! The Denial runs strong in this one.

  11. Anonymous9:30 AM

    I'm sorry but since the large majority of Sanders supporters are young people still in college, exactly what plans do they have to change?

    It shouldn't really matter who his supporters are, Gryphen. But what is all the grousing about from his campaign? If it wasn't a good time and place, don't agree to it. This going public with this whining sure doesn't sound very grown up. Almost Trumpish if you ask me.


  12. Anonymous9:33 AM

    Why does his campaign have to be so rude? I thought he was Mr.Positive!
    So sick of this man and his ugliness toward HRC. He has done nothing to raise funds for down-ticket candidates. I guess he thinks a revolution can happen with just one man.
    Go away Bernie

  13. Anonymous9:43 AM

    AND, as usual, she uses her kid.

    Sarah Palin Says on Facebook We Should All Be ‘Condoning Racism’


    1. Anonymous10:29 AM


  14. Anonymous9:47 AM

    Lol. I hope all the Sanders voters give team HRC the middle finger after this kind of shitty treatment, and vote for Trump out of spite.

    1. Anonymous10:14 AM

      So that dRumpf can put his tiny win-NY little fingers up your stupid ass next?

    2. Anonymous10:19 AM

      Oh, goody. You are a loser. Thanks for self-identifying.@9:47.

    3. Anonymous10:31 AM

      President Trump, brought to you by the arrogance of typical HRC post menopausal women and their neutered lapdog 'men', such as 10:14.

    4. Anonymous10:44 AM

      Okay, that ;s sure the only way to win every thing in 2018 and 2020 because if Sanders is elected we will lose from 2018 onward...

    5. Anonymous11:02 AM

      10:31 - Why do you come here so often if you hate liberals so much? Why not stay at your own "conservative" blog? We all know you have one. Sad.

    6. Anonymous6:09 PM

      @ anon 10:31 am
      ( sorry I didn't respond sooner but I was actually working)
      If your hero Bernie becomes the DNC candidate ( which I am against since he doesn't belong to the party) he will fold faster than a royal flush against but I am sure you think women's reproductive rights are unimportant until you knock someone up ( your parents don't have room for two more in the basement) and apparently you think Bernie giving away Obamacare will help you. Personally none of those things will affect me as I will be in Canada. So fuck off and buck the fuck up because you asked for it.
      Now in all your whining about Canada I am wondering if you realize there is a monetary minimum before you can immigrate ( but I am sure living in Mommy's basement you have an extra 350,000 laying around).
      My last words to you are buck up and YOU fucked yourself up.

    7. Anonymous7:10 PM

      10:31 is a Trump supporter, like that dumbass, Sarah Palin.

    8. Anonymous7:33 PM

      Well 6:09, knowing you are Canadian, I'll try to dumb it down a little so your dumb Canadian ass can comprehend (is comprehend too big of a word for a dumb Canadian?).

      Whoever said Bernie was my hero? I sure didn't, and he isn't. So you are wrong there. Like totally wrong eh.

      You also say something about whining about Canada, and something about immigrating there.... Where the fuck did that come from Canada? Who said anything whiny about Canada or about immigrating there? Don't see it mentioned anywhere above. And if someone were to complain about it, why would they want to move there? Man you fucking Canadians are a dull bunch.

      Regardless, anyone with a skill and and a job there can become a citizen given the amount of time- without your 350k. Since most Canadians are pretty lazy and dumb, it isn't that hard to find skilled work in Canada actually.

      Anyways, what all you conceited and condescending Hillary supporters are missing, because you are stupid, is that Bernie is popular for the same reason Trump is, many people on both sides of the isle and non-affiliated types are sick of the status quo politicians and political class that essentially have been taking their votes for granted the last 20 years or so while enriching themselves.... and people want to shake it all up. Hillary will shake nothing up. Bernie and Trump will.

      Expect a large portion of Bernie supporters to vote Trump for that very reason.

    9. Anonymous9:02 PM

      @ anon 7:33 pm
      The word is aisle. Back to 2nd grade with you!

    10. Anonymous9:06 PM

      @ anon 10:31
      Typical Sanders/TRump misogynisc voter. Did your Mommy spank you too hard or not hard enough?
      Did you have a deadbeat Daddy like Bernie and blame it on your Mommy?

    11. Anonymous9:56 PM

      See? Exactly what I said at 7:10. This moron is a Trump supporter like that ass, Sarah Palin.

    12. Anonymous11:43 PM

      Trump supporter 9:56? Where did I say that? You are as dumb as the Canadian. Just stating the obvious from an observational viewpoint.

  15. Anonymous9:47 AM

    Sarah Palin’s Bizarre Ramble in Milwaukee Highlight Package


  16. Anonymous9:48 AM

    Bernie Bombs in NYDN Editorial Meeting, Reveals Just How Substance-Free His Campaign Is


  17. Anonymous9:58 AM

    Israel and war crimes

    Daily News: Do you support the Palestinian leadership’s attempt to use the International Criminal Court to litigate some of these issues to establish that, in their view, Israel had committed essentially war crimes?

    Sanders: No.

    Daily News: Why not?

    Sanders: Why not?

    Daily News: Why not, why it…

    Sanders: Look, why don’t I support a million things in the world? I’m just telling you that I happen to believe…


  18. Anonymous10:01 AM

    Nothing like encouraging a mob...

    “If Trump does not run the table on the rest of the primaries and the caucuses, we’re looking at a very, very narrow path in which the kingmakers go all out to cheat, to steal, and to snatch this nomination from the candidate who is overwhelmingly selected by the voters, which is why I have urged Trump supporters: come to Cleveland. March on Cleveland,” Stone said Monday on Freedomain Radio. “Join us in the Forest City. We’re going to have protests, demonstrations. We will disclose the hotels and the room numbers of those delegates who are directly involved in the steal. If you’re from Pennsylvania, we’ll tell you who the culprits are. We urge you to visit their hotel and find them. You have a right to discuss this if you voted in the Pennsylvania primary, for example, and your votes are being disallowed.”

    The comments were made in the lead-up to what many are expecting to be a brokered convention in July, in which the GOP establishment is expected to try and deny Trump the party nomination.

    Last month, Trump said there would be more violence if he doesn’t garner the nomination.


  19. Anonymous10:09 AM

    Bernie Sanders scares me. All he does is repeat his same old stump speech.

    1. Anonymous11:03 AM

      He's about to collapse.

    2. Anonymous12:46 PM

      He bores me.

  20. Anonymous10:29 AM

    The fact that so many Sanders fans are disappointed with Pres Obama is not surprising. So many of them just don't understand the way government works. And now Sanders is throwing more unrealistic expectations at them. I'm wondering if Sanders actually knows how the government works. Or is he just throwing red meat to his fans?

  21. Anonymous10:31 AM

    Trump in DEM clothing.

    1. Anonymous12:49 PM

      They're both using the same basic populist campaign strategy and there are many similarities.

  22. Anonymous10:34 AM

    And that latest Clintonn hit list... pure Palin with the targets like Gabby Gifford. Vile, just plain VILE. Sorry Sandinistas, you guys really suck and hard. I went from a maybe Sanders to what difference is he from Trump. A cranky old fart who know nothing about which he speaks, pure talking points on his side. An ego the size of the world to boot. No thanks to ether one of them. But if trump wins at least a Dem will be elected in 2020, you CANNOT say the same if Sanders wins, in fact the exact opposite will occur for years.

  23. Anonymous10:46 AM

    Bernie Sanders tells America what is wrong but has not thought about how to fix it.

    A homeless man, a drunk man, a babbling idiot maybe even Sarah Palin can tell you what's wrong with America and they have no solutions. What good are they?

    Vanity Fair-
    Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has made railing against inequality, Wall Street malfeasance, and corporate greed a cornerstone of his populist campaign. But in a newly published transcript of a conversation between the Democratic presidential candidate and the editorial board of the New York Daily News, Sanders admitted he has not formulated any specific plans to break up the big banks or bring jobs back from overseas.

    Read entirepost at

    1. Anonymous11:01 AM

      This is a real problem. Many people won't care that he can't articulate any kind of plan. They just like that's he's telling him he can magically do it with their help. I can understand why so many people like the message Sanders is sending out. I can't understand why people can't see that the message is all there is.

  24. Anonymous10:48 AM

    I wish all Sanders supporters would read that interview from a more objective standpoint. If, after reading his answer, you still want an idealist in the white house who tells you where we need to go without telling you how he's going to get you there (except simply by being in the white house) then you are a tried and true Sanders supporter. My problem is with people who think Sanders has a plan and will get it all done lickety split. Sanders doesn't help by making promises like breaking up the banks in his first year in office.

    1. Anonymous12:42 PM

      He hasn't accomplished anything in congress because he can't get along with anyone. He doesn't have a chance of getting anything done if he is elected.

  25. Anonymous10:58 AM

    Some Sanders supporters have created a Superdelegate Hit List (yes, that's what they call it). If you want to harass the superdelegates to get them to vote for Sanders, they have lots of information for you. They are even publishing some home addresses and cell phone numbers.

    Their logo is a donkey with two arrows through it (but don't worry, they put a disclaimer that they aren't condoning actually shooting anyone or anything with arrows...haha).

    It sounds a lot like Palin's "Surveyor's mark" gun sight map, doesn't it.

    1. Anonymous11:14 AM


    2. Anonymous11:14 AM


    3. Anonymous11:24 AM

      Thanks for adding the link, 11:14. I forgot to do it in my OP.

    4. Anonymous11:45 AM

      You sure it was Bernie supporters?


    5. Anonymous12:04 PM


    6. Anonymous12:40 PM

      Well this super delegate isn't going to be swayed by scare tactics, though they may want to stay off my ranch because we don't call 911 in Texas.
      Fuck Bernard ( oh yes, he goes by Bernard and has a fit when people call him Bernie) and his Bros.

    7. Anonymous5:11 PM

      I live in California, I for sure won't be calling 911.

  26. Anonymous11:03 AM

    And the Palin Curse hits!

    Trump Campaign On The Verge Of Collapse Hours Before Wisconsin Primary




  27. Anonymous11:05 AM

    Anyone who reads that new Sanders-Daily News interview and is not appalled is really a libertarian, and most likely worships Glenn Greenwald, too.

  28. Anonymous11:10 AM

    You seem to be joining this false narrative that all Bernie supporters are young, hippy wannabees. I'm in my 50s and in our town there was overwhelming support at the caucus for Bernie among ALL age classes. Our concerns regarding Hillary are real.

    1. Anonymous11:24 AM

      Did you read this interview? You don't have any concerns about Bernie's non-answers?

    2. Anonymous11:25 AM

      How is Bernie going to fulfill all his promises? I really want to know because Bernie seems unable to tell me.

    3. Anonymous11:42 AM

      You are certainly are correct, not all young people are for Bernie.

    4. Anonymous11:48 AM

      You sound more clueless than any young, hippy wannabe. Bernie is pulling a Palin here, and that's all you have to say?

    5. Anonymous5:45 PM

      And what is Bernie's plan?

    6. Anonymous7:19 PM

      My concerns about a deadbeat Dad like Bernie running the country are real.

  29. Anonymous11:44 AM

    So after all the whining that Bernie spewed forth about an April debate he is whining because he is too busy to debate? He acts like a petulant 3 yr old.

    1. Anonymous11:57 AM

      He kind of looks like a "petulant 3 yr old" in that pic.

  30. Anonymous12:20 PM

    “You have people, I believe, who do not understand how hard it is to make change."
    I have been thinking about this part a lot.
    For all the accusations flying around about who is a liar and who is not, I wonder when Bernie is going to start telling the truth to his fans about what they can REALLY expect if and when he is elected and it's not unicorns farting rainbows. The truth can be hard sometimes but it is time for the Bern to start sharing this truth. We can get those things he talks about but not with some magical revolution but incremental change over years. Incremental change just doesn't have the sexiness of unicorns farting rainbows while being ridden by bernie-bros.

    1. Anonymous4:37 PM

      A friend accused me recently of "moral cowardice" because I said that, even though I like what Sanders has to say, I can't vote for him because Sanders has never said how he would accomplish anything and, based on the Daily News interview, almost certainly can't. When I received a fundraising e-mail a few weeks ago from his campaign about what the world will be like eight years from now, after two Sanders terms, all I needed from it was to tell me how. Sanders is peddling a fantasy, and it's not "moral cowardice" to find Sanders wanting because of that.

    2. Anonymous5:52 PM

      That doesn't sounds like much of a friend.

  31. Anonymous1:55 PM

    This is NOT good>

  32. Anita Winecooler4:47 PM

    How nice, see? This is the difference between the GOP and the Democrats and how they run their campaigns. Bernie's being a gentleman and letting the lady choose the time and venue. And I thought chivalry was dead. My badz.

    1. Anonymous5:44 PM

      Bernie s doing nohing on the other dates, Hillary is supporting other candidates ( though we all know Bernie isn't fit to do so).
      How nice that the democrat Hillary who is working on more than her campaign is willing to bend for Bernie's non schedule.

    2. Anonymous5:52 PM

      Bernie has been a gentleman? Fuck off, he has been a complete dick.

    3. Anonymous7:17 PM

      Gentleman? He demanded a date and then whined when 3 dates were tossed back at him. Maybe he is too senile to remember his demands but the rest of us aren't.

  33. Anonymous5:33 PM


    Bristol Palin was the worst dancer on DWTS and the only reason she made it to the finals is because of Sarah Palin's dysfunctional redneck followers calling in their votes realizing Bristol Palin was the worst DWTS dancer from day one.

    Instead of calling in dancing votes, now Bernie Sanders dysfunctional followers will be harassing and stalking fellow Americans who are Superdelegates.


    Sanders supporter publishes “hit list” of superdelegates, includes woman’s home address

    A supporter of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has published a “hit list” of Democratic super delegates, which includes the apparent home addresses of several superdelegates, including at least one woman. (Thayer is now claiming that he’s not a Sanders supporter — his Twitter feed suggests otherwise. More on that at the end of this story.)


  34. Anonymous5:50 PM

    2011 All Over Again

    In 2011 Sarah Palin's SarahPac generated her "Democratic Politicians Hit List using her Sarah Palin Infamous Rifle Scope Cross Hair Map" to identify those Democrats who were a threat to Republicans.

    In 2015 there is a Superdelegates Hit List to harass Delegates into voting for Bernie Sanders. Just praying nobody gets shot in the head.

  35. Anonymous5:51 PM

    The Bernie Bros, or the weed wanderers as I call them only care about one thing and that is weed.
    Clearly at this point weed has been left up to states rights. But the BernieBros seem to forget that when they are humping their GF that a pregnancy will happen. Now maybe they will follow the Bernie path and completely ignore and refuse to support their child ( Just like Bernie did to Levi) but someone is going to have to support their leavings. I guess Barstool Palin won't be the only one on Maury.

    1. Anonymous6:08 PM

      I'm sorry, but you're full of shit and sound like an idiot and I'm not even a Sanders supporter.

    2. Anonymous7:15 PM

      @ anon 6:08 pm
      I am not full of shit. Bernie was and still is a deadbeat Dad who refused to either parent his child or work to support his child. You can try and spin it any way you want but Bernie is nothing but a deadbeat Dad.

    3. Anonymous7:56 PM

      I'm talking about your weed nonsense.

      The rest is just a jumbled mess.

  36. Anonymous6:04 PM

    OMG Some people are looking like fools. Really stupid fools. Some of this crap is way out there. How is your Queen of the dammed doing tonight.

    1. Anonymous7:08 PM

      Exactly as was predicted.

    2. Anonymous7:09 PM

      Queen of the damned? You sounds like a very reasonable person.

    3. Anonymous7:13 PM

      Crap? Bernie's interview? Why are you so scared of Bernie's words being spread?

  37. Anonymous7:06 PM

    For shame, how dare you Gryphen! printing Bernie Sanders OWN words so people can find out more about him! How dare you! Doncha know he's supposed to be the pro=weed ( and pro we can't figure it out candidate?!). Well F you, printing his own words and causing people to question him as a candidate! It's Hillary's fault you printed his own Bernie Sanders words isn't it?


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