Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Okay kids you know what day it is right? Yep, it's PRIMARY day again! Update!

Okay so up for the taking today are Pennsylvania with 189 delegates, Maryland with 95, Connecticut with 55, Rhode Island with 24, and Delaware with 21.

Currently Hillary is leading Bernie by double digits in both Pennsylvania and Maryland, is slightly ahead of Sanders in Connecticut and Delaware, while Sanders is slightly ahead in Rhode Island.

Just a reminder that even if Hillary only gets half of the votes tonight it will put her over 2000, and she will only need a little over 300 to clinch the nomination.

On the GOP side it appears that Donald Trump is positioned to take every primary tonight, so really not a lot of drama there.

For that one idiot who claimed that Hillary Clinton is NOT making gun legislation a focus of her campaign.

Sucks to be wrong doesn't it?

Polls close in all five states in about a half an hour so let the games begin.

Update: Donald Trump is projected to win Maryland, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, while Hillary is projected to win Maryland.

Update 2: Trump is now projected to win Rhode Island.

Update 3: Delaware was just announced for Clinton and for Trump.

Update 4: Now Hillary is projected to win Pennsylvania.  That was of course predicted, however it is always the biggest prize of the night.

Update 5: Bernie Sanders just put one on the board with a projected win in Rhode Island. 

Update 6: And finally Hillary wins her fourth primary tonight with Connecticut now added to her total.

143 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:46 PM

    It's going to be a long night of, angst, arm flailing, and whining for the BernieBots.

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    1. Anonymous3:55 PM

      Yup.

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    2. Anonymous4:02 PM

      According to exit polling of Democratic primary voters in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Connecticut, more than 80% of Democrats said that they will support the Democratic nominee in the fall whether it is Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
      NBC News reported:

      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/26/democratic-unity-explodes-80-support-clinton-sanders-fall.html

      Arizona Could Turn Blue As Both Hillary Clinton And Bernie Sanders Lead Donald Trump

      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/26/arizona-turn-blue-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-lead-donald-trump.html

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    3. Anonymous4:06 PM

      From the comments:

      ...Hard to walk away from all that unconditional admiration that Sanders is getting from the crowds. This time last year Bernie was just a Senator from Vermont. Now he's a freaking MESSIAH!

      ....Sanders started out as a message campaign, but along the way, as is wont to happen, he started thinking he had a real campaign going. Its become increasingly clear that that wasn't the case, but the bubble had already hardened around him.

      I believe you are correct, that if he sticks to this scorched earth, Cleveland or Die, approach after tonight, any leverage he may have had will dissipate fairly quickly. You are going to see other progressives in Congress...people actually supporting Hillary...step up publicly in various ways and pull the rug out from under him.

      That's part of the risk that someone like Bernie takes...they believe themselves to be so pure, and the ONLY one capable of speaking on the issues...and they aren't. So when they get in front of a movement they falsely believe its because of them. But a real movement is much bigger than one person, and the progressives have been around a lot longer than just the 1 year Bernie has been campaigning.

      You will see journalists who have been behind Bernie, slowly start getting behind Hillary, acting pleasantly surprised to find that her positions are very compatible after all. At the same time, people like Brown, Warren, Franken, etc. will start emerging to publicly support Hillary's positions. Before long, Bernie will be on an island with a very crazy cranks, wondering where those big crowds went.

      The party IS moving to the left..progressive influence will continue to grow. Bernie however, was completely the wrong person to lead the charge for them. He road a wave and thought his gravitational spin caused it. But he is about to crash on the rocks (starting tonight I believe) and is going to be wondering why the waves are still happening.

      http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/sanders-reassess-candidacy-tuesday-primaries

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    4. Anonymous4:23 PM

      It could be a blowout the likes we have never seen before! Let's hope all those voters for Democratic for their whole ticket and we can begin to recover the nation from the Norquist traitors.

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    5. Anonymous4:52 PM

      "Cleveland or Die" HAHAHA. Some Democrat. You don't even know where the Democratic convention is going to be.

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    6. Anonymous6:04 PM

      im a sanders supporter but will not vote hillary if she gets the nomination. bitch thinks shes entitled to it and the DNC is commited to her. something stinks and it sure as shit aint bernie...

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    7. Anonymous6:15 PM

      @Anonymous 3:46 PM

      '''It's going to be a long night of, angst, arm flailing, and whining for the BernieBots.''
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      Why do you call people bots because they support someone. I really hate that term. Every candidate has supporters, and that is simply what they are supporters. The habit of calling supporters "bots" is sickening, and quite juvenile if you ask me.

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    8. Anonymous6:18 PM

      @Anonymous 3:46 PM

      P.S...Bernies supporters are NOT (robots)bots, and neither are Hillary's supporters (robots)bots.

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    9. Anonymous6:50 PM

      Here's why 6;15. I voted for Bernie in the primary. I'll vote for the Dem winner in November. That makes me a supporter,not a bot.

      If you are running around saying/no one but Bernie gets my vote. No MATTER what. Only Beeeernie. You,'re a bot.

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    10. Isabella7:21 PM

      6:15 I just assume that people who use that term are dense and narrow minded. They can't fathom different views than their own. I picture them as the stereotype fat stupid arrogant American lol.

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    11. Anonymous11:02 PM

      Anonymous6:04 PM

      "Bitch"???? You and people like you are what started to downfall of Bernie Sanders. Misogynistic idiot - whether you are a man or a woman.

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  2. Anonymous4:04 PM

    400,000 Concerned Citizens Demand That Google Immediately Dump Trump

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/26/400000-concerned-citizens-demand-google-immediately-dump-trump.html

    Trump Tries To Divide Democrats By Telling Bernie Sanders To Run As An Independent

    Donald Trump is already getting desperate. The Republican frontrunner may know that his only chance of winning in November is to divide Democrats, which is why Trump tried to get Sen. Bernie Sanders to run as an Independent.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/26/trump-divide-democrats-telling-bernie-sanders-run-independent.html

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  3. Anita Winecooler4:17 PM

    Cue up the "deliverance" banjo duo.

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  4. Anonymous4:20 PM

    Bernie Sanders calls himself a Democrat.

    Bernie Sanders does not have enough delegates to win and will not be the Democratic Presidential Nominee

    Is Bernie Sanders really a Democratic?

    Because this is Bernie Sanders's last hurrah he won't admit defeat and bow out gracefully.

    What Bernie Sanders's is doing is making Hillary Clinton use her financial and volunteer resources to keep going in the Democratic Primaries because an old Independent Party politician wants to hear his name chanted one more time at rallies.

    Bernie Sanders is not a Democrat.

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    1. Anonymous4:30 PM

      Fuc_ Bernie Sanders

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    2. Anonymous4:38 PM

      While people can switch parties and I support that, Bernie has already filed as an independent for the run for his Senate seat meaning he just used the DNC. And IMHO that is dishonest at the very least and more like fraud to steal from the Democratic party.

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    3. Anonymous5:00 PM

      Sanders hasn't filed for re-election. He's in Senate Class III which means he isn't up for re-election until 2018. According to FEC rules he doesn't file until 2017. This was a smear that originated because his 2012 filing is on FEC.gov Someone doctored out the 2012 and claimed he'd already filed for next time. Prove it to yourself. Go to FEC.gov and search for Bernard Sanders. You'll learn he hasn't filed anything for election year 2018. Then come back and apologize for the despicable accusation of fraud and dishonesty.

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    4. Anonymous5:25 PM

      5:00 And yet, he's still identified as an Independent on his own Senate page - "Bernie Sanders is serving his second term in the U.S. Senate after winning re-election in 2012 with 71 percent of the vote. His previous 16 years in the House of Representatives make him the longest serving independent member of Congress in American history." - sanders.senate.gov

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    5. Anonymous5:42 PM

      So you moved the goalpost since you learned the smear about him filing to run in 2018 is untrue.

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    6. Anonymous5:53 PM

      Bernies convictions have never changed. Hilllarys changes as she breathes depending on whom she has to impress. If she were still gop you'd be Sarah palin-ing her. And you'd had a team stalking all her daughters middle school friends.

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    7. Anonymous6:00 PM

      sanders had to run as democratic because of the fucked up 2 party system we have and everyone knows the corporate media (msnbc, fox, cnn etc) has a stake in this election. sanders wins they lose money.

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    8. Anonymous7:05 PM

      @anon 6:00 pm
      No, Sanders did not have to run as a Democrat. He chose to and he chose to for one reason, to use the Democratic party's resources and to take money from the Democratic party.
      Now run along and practice your grammar and punctuation.

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    9. Anonymous7:07 PM

      @anon 5:53pm
      Bernie's "convictions" change as long as the toxic waste isn't put into his backyard, like when he voted to allow N.H.'s waste to go to Texas. And as far as guns go, Bernie's "convictions" are whatever the NRA tells him that day.

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    10. He never said he was.

      In this country, unless you are a Republican or a Democrat no one pays attention to you. Even running as a Democratic candidate, Bernie was ignored until he started winning some states and threatening the Chosen One.

      All Bernie really wanted to do was get his message out. I'm glad he's staying in until the end so I'll get to cast my vote.

      And, yes, I am still pissed I was forced to vote for Kerry. That turned out so well, didn't it, DNC leadership?

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    11. Anonymous10:03 PM

      Enough with "the Chosen One" bullshit. You sound like a RWNJ talking about Obama.

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    12. Anonymous11:08 PM

      mlaiuppa8:13 PM,

      If all he wanted was to get his message out, he wouldn't have started to run negative and trash both Clinton and the DNC.I was a huge supporter and attended his rally and donated in the beginning. Then his campaign turned nasty. He started liking the taste of power but with no more clarity about how he was going to accomplish what he promised. That was a red flag for me.

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    13. Anonymous4:18 PM

      As a registered independent voter I have to say Bernie Sanders is definitely NOT a man of his convictions!!! Sorry, but you don't spend your entire political career as an Independent and then suddenly jump ship into the Democratic party. This guy just wants to further his own political aspirations, he is definitely not a man of his convictions and certainly not a man that can be trusted. I'm a registered Independent voter and I used to admire Sanders, but I lost all respect for him the way he handled this switch. He'll use the Democratic party for his own benefit but he won't help them raise money that's needed to help other democratic candidates win elections. That's just wrong!

      If Hillary was "the chosen one" she would have received the nomination in 2008. She did not. Clinton's experience as Secretary of State, 2 terms as a Senator and 8 years as a first lady should definitely make Hillary the preferred candidate for the Democrats. Plus, she's been a Democrat her entire political career so this decision should be easy.

      I remember Hillary was vilified in 2008 when she refused to drop out of the primaries. Funny how Bernie isn't being treated that way.

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  5. Anonymous4:27 PM

    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/hillary-clinton-wins-maryland-democratic-primary/

    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/trump-projected-to-win-gop-primaries-in-maryland-pennsylvania-connecticut/

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  6. Anonymous4:29 PM

    It galls me to watch MSNBC and CNN today - the coverage priority is Trump - no doubt about it!

    I'm turning my TV off and will read the results on the internet tomorrow and/or in our local newspaper.

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  7. Anonymous4:35 PM

    Hillary can say she's for gun reform all she wants to in the campaign. Doesn't matter, words are cheap. It's what she does after the campaign, assuming she wins the election, that will matter. I'm not holding my breath.

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    1. Anonymous5:03 PM

      4:35 - Good, because if you held your breath, you could pass out. Pro-tip: Do NOT hold it.

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    2. Anonymous5:09 PM

      Again, 4:35 PM. what the heck CAN she do? President Obama couldn't fix it. Only Congress can change it and they NEVER will. We discovered that after Sandy Hook.

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    3. Anonymous6:09 PM

      Well, hon, at least we know she can and will stand up for gun control. Can you say the same about anyone else? Bernie won't. The GOP isn't allowed to or the poor NRA will cry and pull their substantial support. Meanwhile, another person is shot on a car by a child who was playing with a loaded gun. Thanks, NRA. You have surely made the USA so much more civil in the last 10 years. I can barely remember when I felt unafraid to bike in my town or take a walk. It's so much better now. I just know that in half the homes I pass, there are guns, and at any moment, some NRA member will decide to clean them, and I could be shot, 'accidentally,' of course. And he'll feel so terrible, but will not be punished, because we all know "GUNS DON'T KILL PEOPLE!"
      I guess all those funerals are our imagination.

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    4. Anonymous9:09 PM

      @ 6:09 pm

      Thank you for your cogent comment.

      dowl

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    5. Anonymous9:40 PM

      Hillary will never bring down the NRA.
      And I'm voting for her. C'mon, people.

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    6. Anonymous10:58 PM

      Hillary will be too busy making license plates soon enough, and won't even have time to pander to anyone about gun control.

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    7. Anonymous11:11 PM

      Anonymous9:40 PM,

      She may not by herself, but a Democratic congress could. That is why supporting and voting for down ticket Democrats is SO important.

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    8. Anonymous5:57 AM

      10:58 has a bad case of HEDS: Hillary E-Mail Derangement Syndrome.

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    9. Anonymous6:54 AM

      Actually she has NEVER said she was for gun reform. Her little tweet didn't say SHE would do anything. We don't know what the hell she's for because she never takes a stance on anything. She just constantly dances around shit. It would be refreshing to hear her actual position on anything.

      Instead we just get this love and kindness bullshit. Tell that to the 100,000 dead Iraqi men women and children you voted to blow to pieces Hillary. Where was all the love then?

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    10. Anonymous9:32 AM

      6:54 - do you blame Kerry, Schumer & Biden, too? They voted the same way she did. Or do you only blame the woman?

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  8. Anonymous4:37 PM

    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/hillary-clinton-wins-delaware-democratic-primary/

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  9. Anonymous4:38 PM

    According to exit polling of Democratic primary voters in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Connecticut, more than 80% of Democrats said that they will support the Democratic nominee in the fall whether it is Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
    NBC News reported:

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/26/democratic-unity-explodes-80-support-clinton-sanders-fall.html

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  10. Anonymous4:41 PM

    Holy shit, Hillary is hardly running away with it...

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/

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  11. Anonymous4:48 PM

    Have you noticed Donald Trump found a cure for the Sarah Palin Curse?

    The cure is "Get The Hell Away From Me and go back to your dysfunctional family!"

    Not a peep about Donald Trump from Sarah Palin.

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    1. Anonymous4:54 PM

      I think she's up to her neck trying to hide another scandal. BTW, has anymore been found out about that nasty accident Todd had??? :)

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    2. Anonymous5:00 PM

      She stepped in it, twice, and he lost both times. She's over and out in Trumpland.

      Now she's all gaga over her 'Climate Hustle' hustle. Idiot.

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    3. Anonymous5:15 PM

      No doubt she still talks to him. They are friends; maybe she advises him. Who knows what goes on behind the scenes with all this. All about money and the biggest Stratego game on earth.

      "I just can't wait to get out there on the trail!" Believe you me, she was told to stay home and shut up.

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    4. Anonymous5:59 PM

      I doubt they talk. I suspect she texts him multiple times a day, and he ignores her. She is nothing. A nobody. And she is a detriment to his campaign, not a help. So, buh bye Cabinet position, Sarah. Buh bye TV coverage of your every word. Buh bye fancy clothes and private jets.
      Any word on whether her Las Vegas schmoozing her new judge show worked out? My guess is no one is dumb enough to work with her and her clan any longer. The woman is as relevant as a tree stump. And about as intelligent.

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    5. Anonymous6:38 PM

      @Anonymous 5:15 PM

      ''No doubt she still talks to him. They are friends; maybe she advises him.''
      **************************
      Advises him about what? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    6. Did he order her to sit down and STFU?

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    7. Anonymous9:32 PM

      When does the Palin Curse kick in for Trump?

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  12. Anonymous5:22 PM

    Hillary takes 3 of 5 by approx. 20% in those 3 states. Go Hillary!

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  13. Anonymous6:01 PM

    http://iwilllookintoit.com/

    "But it was Charles Koch — the billionaire industrialist, fossil-fuel magnate and climate-change denier — who said it best in an interview this weekend with Politico, averring that he might find it preferable to support Hillary Clinton for president rather than Republican hopefuls Trump or Cruz.

    There was only one tiny little proviso: “We would have to believe her actions would have to be quite different than her rhetoric, let me put it that way.”

    What, you might ask, could make them believe such a thing?

    Perhaps if Clinton ever did release the transcripts of her highly paid talks to Goldman Sachs, the reportedly fawning tone of those remarks might make Charles and his brother David believe her concerns about Wall Street are really just campaign rhetoric designed to neutralize Sanders’s harping on the issue.

    Clearly they would prefer a candidate who has consistently shown she knows how to listen to those who give her money rather than billionaire Trump, who doesn’t need their money and listens only to his inner voices, or ideologue Cruz, whose track record is a little bit mixed on this point."
    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/will-the-real-trump-and-clinton-please-stand-up-2016-04-26

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    1. Anonymous7:16 PM

      The Kochs praised Hillary just to taint her. Her supporters aren't falling for their double tricks.

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    2. Anonymous6:48 AM

      The Kochs are loving her, she's taking pics smiling like a cheshire cat with the Bush's. Voting for war, voting to deregulate wall street so all her friends could get rich while the rest of the country went down the drain. Oh yeah, she's a real gem. A republican dream come true dressed in democratic party clothing. You folks really need to get a clue.

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    3. Anonymous9:31 AM

      She did not vote for war. That is a lie! Read what she said on the Senate floor! She voted to have Bush use diplomacy via the UN. He lied and did not do it.

      Now, please go harass Kerry, Schumer and Biden as war mongers, too; they voted for the exact same thing! Or do you only blame the woman?

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  14. Anonymous6:01 PM

    Time for Bernie to take an ungrumpy exit! Yea, Hillary!

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  15. Anonymous6:08 PM

    Donald Trump is speaking about his 5 wins tonight and look behind Donald, I see Sarah Palin.

    My mistake, that is Chris Christie.

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    1. Anonymous7:11 PM

      Chris Christie's wife has the creepiest eyes! She always has to look adoringly at her husband to see how she is supposed to act. I can't believe she's the one that keeps the family solvent.

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    2. Anonymous7:32 PM

      I missed all the visual stuff today and want to see what I can find to watch of that Trump/Christie footage. I finally had my TV on a little while ago and on MSNBC they said that Christie's wife majorly winced when Trump said that Hillary was playing the woman card and if she were a man she'd not get more than 5% of the vote.

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    3. Anonymous9:04 PM

      I don't want Christie as Trump's VP. I think he should look outside the political box at another businessman such as himself to run as VP. We really don't need him to latch onto a lifetime political at this point. The reason we like Trump is because he is NOT a politician. Is that so hard to understand?

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  16. Anonymous6:24 PM

    Connecticut is close. Hillary just took a slight lead!!

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  17. Anonymous6:34 PM

    Trump just praised Bernie for trashing Hillary. Thank you Senator Sanders for already having Donald Trump use YOUR words to attack Hillary. You are DISGUSTING #FeelTheMath NOW!!!!! #ImWithher

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    1. Anonymous6:54 PM

      I heard that, and for a moment I actually wondered if Bernie Sanders felt any shame at all over it. But no, I'm certain he didn't. My brother assured me months ago that Bernie Sanders is 'the real deal' -- nope, he's not. He hasn't stuck to issues and kept his campaign from going negative and personal as he promised he would (you know, because he's different, 'the real deal'). He's shown himself instead to be thin skinned, ill tempered, full of himself, and short on real plans and good math. I have very little respect left for him. I'd absolutely still vote for him if he were the nominee, because I'm not crazy, but I'd do it holding my nose. Stop using and hurting the Democratic Party, Senator Sanders.

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    2. Anonymous7:01 PM

      +1,000
      FU_K THE BERN!

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  18. Anonymous6:52 PM

    Trump is already starting with the misogyny. It's going to be an ugly election. I betcha he get's caught on tape saying citizens united... if you know what I mean. -sjp

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    1. Anonymous9:15 PM

      Oh, yeah, the Roger Stone acronym for Citizens United Not Timid (from 2008 as anti-Hillary, anti-woman rhetoric).

      dowl

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  19. Anonymous6:56 PM

    Don't tell me Benedict Sanders switched parties AGAIN.


    Political Parties
    1. Liberty Union (Before 1979)
    2. Independent (1979–2015)
    3. Democratic (2015–present)
    4. Republican Double Agent?

    Bernie has been giving ammunition to Donald Trump to use against Secretary Hillary Clinton.

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    1. Anonymous7:45 PM

      12 FBI Agents paid by our tax dollars working overtime on Hillary's emails is all I need to know, and Bernie wasn't the one that brought that up, she brought it upon herself.

      Who's the traitor now?

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    2. Anonymous8:28 PM

      7:45 - are you seriously calling Hillary a traitor? You must not understand the issue of documents post-dated as "classified" & a server shared between a former First Lady & ex-president--that was under the watchful eye of the Secret Service. There was no breach. They have combed through her e-mails once already & found nothing. But I tire of explaining this. Just wait until June when they find no "deliberate intention" of wrongdoing.

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    3. Anonymous8:57 PM

      Not true, 7:45, but thanks for playing.

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    4. Anonymous11:16 PM

      Anonymous7:45 PM,

      You would think that if there were anything to find it would have been pretty obvious and not needed 12 FBI agents to find it. Now, how many Benghazi investigations did republicans go through only to come up empty-handed?

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    5. Anonymous8:52 AM

      11:45 doesn't know how these types of investigations work, or how big and complicated they are.

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    6. Anonymous9:26 AM

      There is no "11:45," so let's start there for accuracy barbs, shall we?@8:52. Meet you here in June when there are no charges. Seek help for your HEDS! You've got a bad case!

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  20. Anonymous6:57 PM

    Four days ago, Dr. Jill Stein (@drjillstein) tweeted this:
    "In 2012, I was arrested for trying to enter the @debates & held in a dark site with 16 guards. That's how scared they are of our message."

    Can anyone explain this? Are we supposed to think the CIA held Dr. Jill Stein with 16 guards?
    https://twitter.com/drjillstein/status/723350633168945157

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  21. Anonymous6:59 PM

    It's freakin' scary that dRUMPf has so many voters bamboozled. And they vote for him in such high percentages.

    Harkens to Germany in the 1930's, all over again.

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    1. Anonymous7:25 PM

      He's going to bring in the fundamental change that we were promised by Obama and then Sanders. Difference is, Trump can actually make it happen. I like him, he's misunderstood, and he's going to rock as POTUS.

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    2. Anonymous8:20 PM

      7:25, Drumpf will bring the change all right enough: all of those who don't want his mediocre, racist a$$ any closer to the White House than the Old Post Office Pavilion. Everyone who loathes him and the Republican party will come out to vote Democrat.
      M from MD

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    3. Anonymous8:38 PM

      7:25 -Trump doesn't know a thing about policy. He's nuts!

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    4. Anonymous8:56 PM

      OMG. Seriously? How exactly? He's said nothing about the how. Words are pretty empty, 7:25, without experience and know-how to back them up. There is no 'there' there, dear. He's a man out for himself. Always.

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  22. Anonymous6:59 PM


    WHO SAID:

    "Let me die in this old uniform in which I fought my battles. May God forgive me for ever having put on another"


    WAS IT:

    Bernie Sanders or Benedict Arnold

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    1. Anonymous7:23 PM

      Sounds like something Bernie would say

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  23. Anonymous7:03 PM

    I never did like Bernie Sanders' shifty beady eyes.

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  24. Anonymous7:11 PM

    Bernie are you feeling the burn?

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    1. Anonymous8:06 PM

      Bernie knows that we, his supporters will do the right thing in November. Fundamental change baby! It's going to happen, finally!

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    2. Anonymous8:55 PM

      What does that mean? Write ins to insure a GOP win? Be very careful here. Change is coming, and Bernie will not be at the head of the ticket. He'll still be a US Senator next January. The question is, will we give President Clinton people to work with her, or another bunch of cry babies she'll have to fight at every turn. Vote Democratic-get the GOP out of Congress and the state houses, and take America back to democracy!

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  25. Anonymous7:22 PM

    Poor Bernie, outspent Hillary in 5 states and walks away with Rhode Island.

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  26. Anonymous7:24 PM

    Trump. 5 states. 'Nuff said.

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    1. Anonymous8:53 PM

      Looks like Hillary versus the Donald. Oh my. Oh my. Wonder how he'll hire to bone up on foreign policy. Their debates are going to be interesting. How many times can he say, "Someone told me" when asked what he would do about Syria? Or poverty? Or aging water pipes? Or the EU? Or anything at all? The man never answers a question. Never. Reign to be shown for the know-nothing egotist he is, and that will be HUUUggge. I bet some of his supporters, who have never heard a Clinton speech, let alone watched her debate, will change their allegiance on the spot.
      I also think there will never be a series of debates. Trump will be blasted out of the water, start whining about the moderators, the question, the mean b****, and everything else, and just refuse to do another. And the GOP will let him get away with it. Will the rest of us??

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    2. Anonymous10:16 PM

      @ 8:53 pm

      No, we know that we will vote; Be registered, ID'd up and ready to VOTE DEM!

      VOTE against GOP'ers whether or not there are 'perfect' Dems to vote for; vote Dem local, county, parish, state, and in the November 2016 elections.

      dowl

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  27. Anonymous8:34 PM

    Get um out GET UM OUT NOW. nasty loud mouth.

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  28. Anonymous8:35 PM

    Rigging the "electronic" voting machines perhaps.

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    1. Anonymous9:30 PM

      It's paper ballots in MD so please try again.

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  29. Anonymous8:53 PM

    I watch the Donald tell the world how huge, great and sure he is. Yes Donald, America and the world have been great to Donald and his family. He has been blessed. Is he grateful?

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  30. Anonymous8:53 PM

    Bernie's late night interview
    They asked him if he was going to continue
    Bernie: Depends
    Media person: Depends on what?
    Bernie: depends for my incontinence. Wasn't that what you asked about?

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  31. Anonymous8:54 PM

    it is not a coincidence that Shillary is winning in states where there is voter fraud and shady shit. Aside from the south, because the south wouldn't vote for a socialist.

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    1. Anonymous9:35 PM

      But they'll vote for a clueless Palin in '08!
      Duck Dynasties and Duggars!
      Hulk Hogan!

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    2. Anonymous10:08 PM

      The democrats in the South didn't vote for any of those people.

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    3. Hillary won the four of five states she was predicted to win. By about the margins the folks at fivethirtyeight.com derived from aggregating polling information. That their extrapolation from the data lines up with the results suggests there was no significant fraud or 'shady shit' involved.

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  32. Anonymous8:58 PM

    I don't understand my Google news page. Hillary won all but one primary but is excluded from their list of 'Top Stories.'


    Top Stories
    Prince
    Donald Trump
    Bernie Sanders
    Hillsborough disaster
    iPhone
    Rachel Roy
    Toronto Raptors
    NFL
    Johnny Manziel
    Zika virus

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  33. Anonymous9:04 PM

    What does it matter how much Hillary farts around with her bs talking points about gun control when she is going to be indicted?

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    1. Anonymous9:27 PM

      Give it a rest! Even the rightwingers are smart enough to know she won't be charged with anything! http://hotair.com/archives/2016/03/18/how-we-now-know-that-hillary-clinton-will-not-be-prosecuted-for-anything/

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    2. Anonymous9:31 PM

      Really? As soon as Dubya and Cheney are!

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    3. Anonymous9:51 PM

      You just wait 9:27.

      It is coming. If nothing else, Nixon payback.

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    4. Anonymous10:45 PM

      9:51 - No one in charge is old enough to care about Nixon! You're hilarious! :-)
      But this is my last exchange with you. So long, e-mail fetishist!

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    5. Anonymous10:47 PM

      No problem with that 9:31, as long as the charges have merit. It doesn't matter the hat they wear to me, most are crooks.

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    6. Anonymous6:05 AM

      Anon at 10:45 pm. Remember that elephants have long memories. The GOP will never stop trying to get "payback" for Nixon. That was their goal when Bill Clinton was in office and it has been their goal ever since Barack Obama was elected in 2008. Every single day since then.
      Beaglemom

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    7. Anonymous8:50 AM

      Plenty of people have it out for Hillary, and it isn't just the GOP or even other politicians.

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    8. Anonymous9:22 AM

      They all have Hillary Derangement Syndrone! @8:50

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  34. Crystal Sage9:05 PM

    Bernie says he's staying in to get as many delegates as possible in order to make sure "his platform" is heard at the convention. Meanwhile, I hope that Bernie will tone down his anti-Hillary rhetoric and start to teach his supporters what it means to vote for the party stands for the people, rather than just him.

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    1. Anonymous9:30 PM

      I cannot stand what he's turned into.

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    2. Anonymous9:39 PM

      @anon 9:30pm
      He is the same asshole he always has been and it is the reason that he has no friends in congress.

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  35. A brilliant, widely-traveled and well-educated woman I know--ex-fiancee of one of my sons--is a Bernie supporter who will vote for Trump over Hillary.

    In trying to parse out the fine points of her reasoning, I have lost her love and friendship. Feeling the Bern has devolved into something akin to the short-lived but frightening Tea Party lunacy.

    Not long ago, I myself would have been accepting of a Bernie Sanders candidacy. No more. With the passage of time, he has shown his true colors as a more-crazy-than-sane demagogue.

    His wife Jane, with her statements about "we" this and "we" that, is scary as well. Her ambition exceeds her ability, as witnessed by her corrupt leadership of a small private college.

    This is Hillary's time. She is as strong and as smart as Obama. I thank God for both of them, and for the American people who have recognized their capabilities.

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    1. Anonymous5:19 AM

      One person's "parsing" is another person's "being an asshole". Your words like "more-crazy-than-sane" "demagogue" and "corrupt leadership", "Tea Party lunacy" are inflammatory and offensive. What you should be asking yourself is why you've decided to disrespect a brilliant, widely-traveled, well-educated person and sacrifice your friendship with her for your over-the-top devotion to a politician. Why can't you just agree to disagree?

      That's the thing about Clinton supporters: no one could ever explain to your satisfaction why they won't vote for Clinton no matter what. The truth is many people, including Democrats, loathe her and her husband as much as you loathe the Sanders. This is a real problem for Clinton that she's going to have to surmount if she's going to win.

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    2. Anonymous6:02 AM

      Anon at 5:19 am. If your attitude is that you would never vote for Hillary Clinton and you purport to be a liberal or a Democrat, then you are lying to yourself and everyone else. The race in November is between the Democrats ad the Republicans. If you do not vote in November, then you might as well be casting your ballot for whichever crazy GOP politician wins their trophy nomination. If you vote for the Republican in November out of some naive sense of obligation to Bernie Sanders, then you will be undoing all of the good done in the past eight years and you will be contributing to the demise of this country as a nation "of the people, by the people, and for the people." Personally I do not know any registered Democrats who "loathe" Hillary Clinton and I know quite a few Democrats.
      Beaglemom

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    3. Anonymous8:49 AM

      6:02 the November voting is to put the best option in the white house, regardless of party.

      I know plenty of registered democrats that loathe Hillary, and boatloads of independents that will never ever vote Hillary.

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    4. Anonymous3:30 PM

      Do you personally know hundreds of thousands; if not millions, of democrats and independents who won't vote for her. Because otherwise, you antecdotes don't mean anything.

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  36. Anonymous3:52 AM

    +1000, 9:39 spot on

    Anonymous 9:39 PM said
    @anon 9:30pm
    He is the same asshole he always has been and it is the reason that he has no friends in congress.

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  37. Anonymous5:14 AM

    I feel badly for Bernie. I know many indies who could not vote yesterday, including my husband. They would have voted for Bernie.
    They should have just switched parties for the primary and general this year.
    I did.
    WTH.
    It's not like we can't change back later.
    Then this would be a different story I think and a hell of a lot closer.

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    1. Anonymous5:54 AM

      "Indies" should not have any role in primary voting. The purpose of primary elections is to choose a party candidate. Join a political party. It's not difficult and it does not mean that you have to give up your life savings or donate body parts to a campaign or sacrifice your life for a particular candidate. It means that your political philosophy is most closely aligned with the political party you have chosen. And that should not be rocket science. I can not understand how any sentient American citizen can reach adulthood without having decided which of the major political parties best represents his/her aspirations, ideals and hopes for the future of our country.
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous7:07 AM

      I sure can understand how people can't afgiliate with a party!
      But like I wrote, register for one for the ekection.

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    3. Anonymous8:43 AM

      For the life of me I can't understand why any grown adult would willingly sign up to be a blind sheep, your vote now owned and expected every time by a party. How can you expect a party or politician to listen to you when they already own you?

      Everyone should abandon their party affiliations, and participate in zero polls. Make politicians actually work for your vote and take stands on issues without putting their finger in the air.

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    4. Anonymous9:36 AM

      Why haven't Indies developed state caucuses and primaries then?
      You indies whine about parties and then whine because you aren't part of other people's parties, you have your own organize it.

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    5. Anonymous9:38 AM

      If your husband isn't a Democrat why would you think he would get to select the Democratic nominee? That's a huge disconnect.

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    6. Anonymous11:01 AM

      Anon at 8:43 am. If you register as a member of a political party, that does not necessarily mean that you will vote for that party's candidate. Your vote is private; whether you choose to contribute to a candidate or to a party is entirely up to you. There is nothing "blind sheepish" in wanting to support the political party that best reflects your interests. But, just as party affiliation does not mean that you have to vote for someone, failure or refusal to affiliate with a political party should be a bar preventing you from interfering with the selection of that party's candidates. It's the price you pay for not being willing to commit yourself. I'm not a "blind sheep" and none of the people I know who are registered with a political party are either. We take our role as citizens seriously, that's all.
      Beaglemom

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    7. Anonymous11:31 AM

      11:08.... beaglemom:

      "We take our role as citizens seriously, that's all"

      Show me where political parties... who have managed to co-opt and essentially own the government, is mentioned in the constitution beaglemom.

      You can take your condescending attitude presuming you are a better citizen because you belong to a party, and shove it up your ass. Political parties are the worst thing that ever happened to this country.

      The best way to return the government to the people would be to abandon all political parties, who pretend to be a choice, but the reality is they are one in the same.

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    8. Anonymous3:28 PM

      Joining a party doesn't mean your vote is owned. You have a choice to vote for someone in the primary and you can go back to being unaffiliated right after.

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  38. Anonymous6:08 AM

    HRC will play the WINNING hand!
    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/27/hillary-clinton-pounces-trump-play-anti-woman-card.html

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  39. Anonymous6:41 AM

    So show me where it says "SHE" will hold anyone accountable for anything? She has no positions, no stances, only things that she promises to "take a look at". Her little tweet didn't say SHE would hold the gun lobby accountable, because she has no intention of doing that. She sends her daughter out to talk about guns, she sends hubby out to talk about guns but when it comes to what SHE would do, she dances around the question. The woman is simply afraid to take a position on anything and in the end that will sink her. Sucks to be wrong again huh Gryph.

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    1. Anonymous10:25 AM

      On the contrary, Gryph wasn't wrong!! Sucks to be you!

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  40. Anonymous7:58 AM

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/04/hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-delegate-quit-222503

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  41. Anonymous8:54 AM

    Are we going to war under President Trump?

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  42. Anonymous9:00 AM

    What's wrong with Trump's face during his teleprompter policy speech? He looks reddish orange like Boehner.

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  43. Anonymous9:05 AM

    The Republican Party (Trump) must really be afraid of Secretary Clinton? No mention about Hillary Clinton's socialist opponent, Comrade Bernie. Trump only attacks Hillary Clinton.

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  44. Anonymous9:10 AM

    Why is Trump talking so slow? Oh that's right, he's reading someone else's words.

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  45. Anonymous9:16 AM

    Who is the puppet master who's hand is stuck up President Wannabe Trump's ass and moving his lips as he reads his teleprompter?

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  46. Anonymous9:26 AM

    I'm voting for Peacemaker Donald Trump. Sorry Bernie Sanders.

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  47. Anonymous9:34 AM

    Looks like Gen Barry McCaffrey will be Secretary of Defense by his defense of Trump's speech on MSBC

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  48. Anonymous9:34 AM

    Great job Mr. Trump.

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  49. Anonymous9:38 AM

    Dang it why didn't Donald Trump give his State of the Union speech before Tuesday's election? I would have swept Hilary and the 5 states .

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  50. Anonymous10:46 PM

    That canary yellow jacket that Hillary keeps wearing is NOT the most becoming yellow on her. It washes her out. Hasn't she heard of the "Color Me Beautiful" concept of clothing colors that make your complexion glow?

    Her tomato red jacket is a much more complementary shade for her natural skin tones.

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