Saturday, April 23, 2016

Patton Oswald has some strong opinions about Bernie Sanders supporters who claim they will not vote for Hillary Clinton in the general: "You're a f**king child."

Courtesy of HuffPo:  

Oswalt has been a supporter of Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, but made it clear in the interview that he’s not “Bernie or bust.” 

“I will vote for whoever the Democrats nominate against either of those two psychopaths,” he said. “I think they’re both equally dangerous and backward-facing for this country.” 

Asked what he would say to a Bernie supporter who would rather not vote than cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton in the November general election, Oswalt replied, “Well, then you’re a fucking child.”

Well there you go, I could not have said it better myself.

We have these idiots here as well. You see them in the comments section, constantly threatening to take their vote and go home if their candidate does not win the nomination.

First off if that is the case do not refer to yourself as a Democrat. Because you are not one.

Also do not refer to yourself as a patriot, because that is now in question as well.

You vote for the candidate who will do the best job for, and the least damage to, the country.

End of story.

Does anybody really think I was inspired by Mike Dukakis in 1988? Or John Kerry in 2004?

Or for that matter Al Gore in 2000?

I wasn't. But I KNEW that the people running against them were going to pass laws that I found toxic, nominate Supreme Court Justices that would halt progress in this country, and possibly start a war or screw up the economy in way that it would take us years from which to recover.

The same is true this time around. I have nothing against Hillary Clinton per se, but she really does nothing that excites me about voting for her.

However I recognize that she is the best possible choice right now, for a whole lot of reasons that I have laid out on this blog in the past several months.

Every day adults are confronted with tough choices. And as adults we make the one that we hope is best for ourselves, our families, and in this case, our country.

P.S. Literally a couple of hours after I wrote this yesterday I learned that Patton Oswald's wife died.

I just want to say how sorry I am to hear that and that I am sending good thoughts his way.

Oh, and that is completely right about those Bernie Sanders supporters!

110 comments:

  1. 66gardeners6:24 AM

    The fact that the first female president is the most capable for the job this election should be reason enough to be excited to vote for Hillary Clinton. She will not disappoint.

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    1. i'm already disappointed in this corrupted, flip flopping, hypocritical, war-mongering, secretive, pandering, woman.

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    2. I'm already disappointed in this hypocritical, pandering, flip flopping, secretive, war-mongering, bought-off politician.

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    3. Anonymous7:27 PM

      Roy, but do you care about Trump having the nuclear codes or who picks our next Supreme Court justices?

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  2. Sarah Palin6:25 AM

    I am excited to vote for the first woman president even though it should be me.

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    1. Anonymous7:03 AM

      You win for today!
      ROFLMAO

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    2. Bristol Johnston MOH Palin9:24 AM

      I am excited to vote for the first female President, my mother! Mommy, where do I go to sign up to vote?

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  3. Anonymous6:28 AM

    Bernie bros are either independent republicans or young people who don't vote anyway. There votes weren't going to matter to the democrats in any case.

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    1. Anonymous7:27 AM

      Stop with the bullshit. I'm a Bernie (not bro) supporter, lean left and am an old. I don't like Hillary, but will vote for her if she's the nominee so my vote does matter.

      And in the words of Jon Stewart, "You're not helping."

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    2. Anonymous7:49 AM

      I am with you, 7:27. And, Gryphen isn't helping, either.

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    3. Anonymous8:16 AM

      7:27 you are not a Berniebro (male or female variety). You are a wise person who knows that any choice but democrat is national suicide. You are not the person Oswalt is talking about.

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    4. Anonymous8:42 AM

      I sincerely thank all of those who will vote for HRC.

      But I agree with Gryph about the "Bernie or Busters" who post here. Their discourse here has been hateful, at least to me; I've read terrible things they've written on Twitter to others, too.

      Intimidation is not the way to campaign. If you don't want Trump to get the nuclear codes, it's time to get serious about the general election, now that it's clear HRC has won the Democratic nomination.

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    5. I'll be writing in Sanders.
      Whaaaaaa

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  4. Anonymous6:33 AM

    Bernie Sanders is the only Democratic candidate for president not linked to an FBI investigation.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/h-a-goodman/bernie-sanders-will-remain-the-true-democratic_b_9736638.html

    https://leonardclarkblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/mainstream-media-remains-silent-on-the-fact-that-the-democratic-party-might-have-just-lost-millennials-for-a-generation/

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    1. Anonymous7:04 AM

      Not linked yet.
      Hilary's is a witch hunt.
      Haven't heard the others were being investigated. Links please.

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    2. Anonymous7:32 AM

      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/23/republicans-sleazy-urging-fbi-illegally-leak-clinton-email-investigation.html

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    3. Anonymous7:37 AM

      Trump for Trump U and campaign irregularities IIRC,http://lawnewz.com/high-profile/we-investigated-donald-trump-is-named-in-at-least-169-federal-lawsuits/
      Trump will also be investigated should he put Ben Carson into any position in his government. Carson bragged he had been promised for support (ditto for Christie, but he kept his mouth shut.) And that is illegal.

      Cruz for a leak, and a mailer http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/ted-cruz-facing-investigation-over-leaked-intelligence

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    4. Anonymous7:42 AM

      It bears repeating, as 7:04 says, the FBI investigation of Hillary is a witch hunt. Think Benghazi. It's all an attempt to smear. It fools some folks, like the dope down thread.

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    5. Anonymous8:46 AM

      So do you Bernie or Busters think Hillary is a spy? Seriously, what possible charges could there be for a former First Lady and her ex-President husband sharing a server? Get real! It's been a desperate GOP political move from the start!

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  5. Anonymous6:38 AM

    Michelle McNamara, Crime Writer And Wife Of Patton Oswalt, Dies at 46

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/michelle-mcnamara-dies-oswalt_us_571ad49ee4b0d912d5fec4c3

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  6. Anonymous6:55 AM

    Wasn't it just last week that Gryph had a post where he was "just done with Bernie". Ironic that the owner of this blog wouldn't piss in Bernies mouth if he was on fire, yet insists that others bend over and vote for Hillary. The fact is, not voting IS a vote. No matter how you try and spin it, if one can't bear to vote for the lesser of two evils (which is still an evil) then that means something.

    If you don't think not voting is not a vote, well then just imagine what would happen if they had an election and NOBODY voted. Now THAT would send a strong message.

    Hillary has essentially been an EPIC fail at everything she has done, including losing elections. Didn't she have to have the Gubmint bail her out of debt after she lost to Obama? She can't even handle her own campaign finances without going into debt and GOD FORBID the Clintons should use their millions (aquired from Wall Street) to get her out of it. The bitch snatched defeat from the jaws of victory and then used taxpayer money to pay cover her debts!

    Fu_k Hillary Clinton.

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    1. Anonymous7:06 AM

      "Hillary has essentially been an EPIC fail at everything she has done,...."

      Hyperbole much?

      Yep, you're a fucking don't-know-shit child.

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    2. Anonymous7:13 AM

      You're misguided and delusional. You have no clue. What a shame.

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    3. Anonymous7:17 AM

      6:55 so nice to know that we know how to rock your world

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    4. Anonymous7:40 AM

      Let's see she WON a Senate seat and completed her term, she was appointed Sec of State and left after a suitable time of service. She raised an extremely talented and successful daughter, so she's a successful mother, and she also is still married even after a very public and messy rough patch, so she's a successful wife. But what was it you were saying?

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    5. Anonymous7:58 AM

      6:55 has a mind full of mush. No critical thinking or connection to reality there. It's probably a far right winger regurgitating the usual RW echo chamber lies. It's afraid of Hillary.

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    6. Anonymous8:00 AM

      She won a Senate seat, from a state she never lived in, thanks to her Bill and her Wall Street friends. She did nothing in the Senate but make it easier for hedge fund criminals to make off with everyone's money. She was appointed Sec. of State and now has 12 full time FBI agents investigating her actions. Chelsea was born with a silver spoon in her mouth, many have accomplished much more starting with less. Should we also vote those moms for President? Successful wife? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA.. "This ain't no Tammy Wynette stand by your man moment". Give me a break. Just another Hillary supporter who can't name one thing she stands for but damn, she was a good mother.

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    7. Anonymous8:20 AM

      I'm betting your parents wished you showed the same passion in looking for a job.

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    8. Anonymous8:47 AM

      6:55 - please tell me you're not a Democrat. Thanks.

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    9. Anonymous11:06 AM

      Gryph said he would vote for b`ernie if he wins the nomination. And in this post he is not taking about Bernie supporters in general, the majority of which want to do what's best for the country. He is talking about the Bernie-or-bust idiots like you.

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    10. I have a problem with people telling Bernie supporters what they should do (and the name-calling if they don't comply.)

      Who the hell is this asswipe to pass judgement?

      Voting is very personal. He has no way of knowing why someone chose Bernie or didn't chose Hillary?

      Am I a fucking child because I won't buy Georgia-Pacific products, shop at Walmart, Hobby Lobby, eat at Chick-fil-a or Burger King or buy products from Utah?

      My choice.

      I have no idea why someone has chosen Bernie over Hillary but I wouldn't have the gall to tell them if they don't support Hillary they are a fucking child. I would give them the credit for knowing exactly what the consequences were for their decision and respect whatever reasons they had for making that choice.

      Isn't that supposed to be what our country is founded on? You know; freedom, democracy, civil rights, all that stuff.

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    11. Anonymous3:12 PM

      2:29 - no. He's telling you if you really believe "#NotMeUs," that the primary is over. Bernie lost. If you believe in the greater good, you will vote Hillary over Trump, so the world will not be blown up.

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  7. Anonymous6:58 AM

    Bernie or Busters better remember the 2000 election, when Ralph Nader's supporters REFUSED to vote for Al Gore, and the 1% margin of them not voting for him was enough to throw the country into chaos. The end result in Florida was that just a handful of votes (for Nader) made the difference in Gore not clinching that state. AND WE GOT GEORGE W FOR EIGHT YEARS. Hundreds of thousands of war dead ensued, trillions of wasted dollars.
    Bernie voters should ask themselves whether that little tantrum in 2000 was worth it. No? THEN VOTE FOR HILLARY, you selfish toddlers.

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    1. Anonymous7:40 AM

      Guilty Nader voter, but don't worry it won't happen again with my vote.

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    2. Anonymous11:54 AM

      Thank you, 7:40.

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    3. Anonymous2:05 AM

      "WE GOT GEORGE W FOR EIGHT YEARS. Hundreds of thousands of war dead ensued, trillions of wasted dollars. "

      That is interesting 6:58......................................(yeah it is a lot of periods)........... do you know who voted FOR the the use of force in Iraq......... and who voted AGAINST the use of force in Iraq?

      It is a serious question.

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    4. Anonymous8:15 AM

      2:05 - Do you mean John Kerry, Chuck Schumer, John Edwards? Yes, I do know who voted for that. Do you know who said at the time that she preferred a diplomatic solution and voted with reluctance? Look it up, dear. It's a fact.

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  8. Anonymous7:02 AM

    “He’s built up an incredible list of passionate believers in bold, Democratic ideas,” added Shakir. “In order to remain impactful, relevant and helpful to the party, I think you have to find a way to leverage the enthusiasm he’s generated after his campaign has concluded."

    Sanders’ staffers won’t comment on the exact size of the list, but his campaign has said it has 2.2 million donors, and the New York-based firm eDataSource estimates there are 5.2 million email addresses on it. The very fact that Sanders’ online fundraising prowess has become a focal point means that the question of what to do with the list is all the more complex.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/04/bernie-sanders-fundraising-list-222342

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    1. Anonymous8:18 AM

      He'll burn it before he lets anyone else have it.

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    2. Anonymous8:19 AM

      I'm on the list of the 5.2 millions so since I have never signed up in any manner donated, or "liked" a Bernie sight, apparently I must be part of the Hillary donors list that Bernie's hackers stole. Or what my husband refers to as "Berniegate" since right after the theft we both started getting Bernie emails.

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    3. Anonymous8:50 AM

      I donated to him twice last year, before I understood who he really was. I am sure there are millions like me on that list; I donated to HRC in the same amount already this year, so they both have my info. I think St. Bernie WILL sell the list; he's all about the Benjamins.

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    4. Anonymous10:59 AM

      My guess is that most of that list of 5.2 million are facebook likes. Maybe Bernie can competent in a facebook off with Sara Palin come November when they both have nothing else to do.

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  9. Anonymous7:19 AM

    OT-http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/23/republicans-sleazy-urging-fbi-illegally-leak-clinton-email-investigation.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+politicususa%2FfJAl+%28Politicus+USA+%29

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  10. Anonymous7:30 AM

    Flip Side>
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/trumps-cries-rigged-system-shifts-blame-losses-065356230--election.html?nhp=1

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  11. Anonymous7:35 AM

    Sen. Sanders’ tone was completely different at the Reading rally. Sanders has returned to discussing the issues that the corporate media completely ignore. Sanders talked with passion and conviction about income inequality and laid out how the economy must work for everyone, not just the people on top.

    What made the Sanders campaign so great was his focus on the issues, and belief that the American people can come together and make the government work for the people. Sen. Sanders talked about Flint, Michigan and said, “This is the United States of America. We should have clean drinking water.” Sanders framed his difference with on fracking as a disagreement. What was missing was his previous language that painted Clinton as owned by the fossil fuel industry.

    Sanders left in his lines about Sec. of State Clinton’s speeches to Wall Street, but the bite was missing from the zinger.

    The speech was similar, but the tone was different. Bernie Sanders isn’t going after Hillary Clinton anymore. Sen. Sanders is pointing out his differences with Sec. of State Clinton in a gentle way. The anger towards Clinton was gone from his speech. Sen. Sanders was focused on the message that made his campaign great, and the result was one of his best speeches in weeks.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/21/bernie-sanders-positive-cuts-criticism-hillary-clinton.html

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    1. Anonymous8:16 AM

      Meh, he is regurgitating speeches.

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    2. Anonymous8:19 AM

      Too little, too late. He may have learned his lesson but I doubt it.

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  12. Anonymous7:40 AM

    Coming in May>
    http://www.outsmartmagazine.com/2016/04/texas-and-the-three-amigos/

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  13. Anonymous7:47 AM

    I find it all fascinating to watch.
    All to replace an irreplaceable black man.

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    1. Anonymous2:08 AM

      Lol. Everyone is replaceable.

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  14. Anonymous8:01 AM

    Simply put I don't trust Bernie Sanders as our president.

    Bernie Sanders has few Democratic and Republicans friends in Congress. He will have a harder time than President Obama did trying to get legislation through.

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  15. Anonymous8:10 AM

    Hillary Clinton is a Democratic team player raising money for down ballot Democrats running for office.

    How much has Bernie Sanders (I) that selfish bastard raised for other Democrats?

    Bernie is into himself

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  16. Anonymous8:14 AM

    She has one shot with voters who actually want change, not the same shit different crook in this country, and that's with Elizabeth Warren. Unfortunately there's no way the Hillary ego machine will take a chance on playing second fiddle to anyone, so Warren won't even be considered. So Hillary will have had her chance to get many of those voters and decided against it. That's not the voters fault, that will be her fault.

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    1. Anonymous8:28 AM

      The problem I've always had with her, but Warren has said from day one that she's not interested.

      Most experienced, yes, but "different crook" is right and not just her. They ALL are.

      God help us.

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    2. Anonymous8:52 AM

      Wow, so you want Trump to have the nuclear codes? This is your one shot to stop that: vote HRC.

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    3. Anonymous10:50 AM

      The Hillary ego machine? I've heard shit like this before. There is absolutely no evidence that she has a big ego or can't let others take credit. I guess people inject their own sexist beliefs about women and jealousy.

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    4. Anonymous11:09 AM

      Hillary's ego? Are you saying the other candidates don't have egos????? Or s it just an issue for women to have an ego?

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    5. Anonymous11:35 AM

      This is what disgusts me about Clinton supporters. You don't dare say anything bad about her or you're a sexist. Load of crap.

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    6. Anonymous12:22 PM

      11:35 - wow, you are easily disgusted then if all you've been called is "sexist." Alleged Bernie supporters have called me these things in the IM comments this year: "c#nt, bitch, stupid, idiot, sell-out, whore, corporate sheep, etc."

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    7. Anonymous12:58 PM

      Hillary has an ego, people.
      Have you been living under a rock?

      Vote your conscience. It is our right.

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    8. Anonymous1:54 PM

      12:58 - Voting your conscience is your right? Maybe so, but most of us make decisions that are not ego-based, but for the good of all. If you think that giving nuclear codes to Trump is for the greater good, then perhaps you're a nihilist and not a socialist or a Democrat.

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    9. Hillary isn't the sure thing everyone seems to assume she is.

      If she blows it by choosing the wrong VP she will have handed the election to Drumpf.

      If the brokered RNC chooses Kasich or a dark horse, she could very well be screwed.

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    10. Anonymous2:10 AM

      1:54 I'm not sure you understand what voting for the good of all entails, and the courage involved to do so.

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    11. Anonymous8:13 AM

      2:10 -voting to lose because your sense of your own idealism outweighs what is practically possible? #PurityFirst #ProgressiveFantasy

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  17. Anonymous8:14 AM

    The Bernie voters who aren't going to vote for Hillary are not the Bernie voters that were Democrats to begin with. The others are just never going to vote for her no matter what, no matter who she selects for VP, no matter what she does, heck she could provide them all with a free unicorn and they would complain about the color and make misogynistic statements about her while doing so.

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    1. Anonymous8:52 AM

      +1

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    2. The elections aren't won by Republican or Democratic votes. It's the Independents, undeclared and non-partisan.

      If you dismiss them as irrelevant or unimportant that will lose the ball game.

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    3. Anonymous7:44 AM

      Obama lost independents in 2012.

      But, hey, let's continue to throw out unsubstantiated claims in the hopes that we will bow down to those Sanders supporters so they will be placated enough to grace Clinton with their pure votes.

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    4. Anonymous8:11 AM

      The "Independents," from a statistics standpoint, voted overwhelmingly for Romney in 2012. No thanks! We'll do it without you this time if need be, too.

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  18. Anonymous8:19 AM

    To young people all over the world>
    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/EU_OBAMA?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2016-04-23-09-55-16

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  19. All the pro Hillary crap is crap. She is like every politician. "What's in it for me?"

    I will not vote for someone I do not respect. So no, no Hillary for me.

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    1. Anonymous9:14 AM

      Thanks for giving the Supreme Court decision to Trump, Jaye! You're a mensch!

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    2. A mench? No someone who has been an active voter over 45 years. Always the Democratic candidate.

      So you'd vote for someone you did not respect? Then you are not true to yourself, you enable the bad politician.

      Don't kid yourself - it's all bullshit.

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    3. Anonymous10:51 AM

      They are all politicians, including Sanders.

      I guess you're not going to vote at all.

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    4. BTW, why anonymous? If you want to call me names, be brave enough to post yours.

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    5. Anonymous10:58 AM

      Well I will post my name Jaye for you, but it doesn't take much bravery to post a first name.

      Little Rabbit,there. That is my first name.

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    6. Anonymous11:00 AM

      I will not vote for someone I do not respect. So no, no Hillary for me.
      ---------

      Look at it this way. You aren't voting FOR Hillary, you are voting AGAINST Trump or Cruz or whatever crazed candidate they end up with.

      Does that help? Because your tantrum could cause 8 years or more of massive failure of the progress we've made (and Bernie was a big part of that progress), possibly war and definite changes to the SC.

      Respect will be the least of what could be lost.

      Mildred

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    7. Anonymous11:12 AM

      Jaye10:48 AM

      There is no candidate who in voting for I would be true to myself. The most I can hope for is to be true to the country - and that's stopping the GOP.

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    8. Meaning of Mensch11:53 AM

      Jays - I'm the one who called you a Mensch; I was being sarcastic.
      "noun, plural menschen [men-chuh n] (Show IPA), mensches. Informal.
      1.
      a decent, upright, mature, and responsible person."

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    9. Thank you Mensch. Next time use "snark on".

      Have a nice day.

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    10. It's called integrity. It's something the Bernie Bashers don't seem to have a grasp of. That someone will just hold their nose and vote against what they treasure and stand for so some asswipe won't think they are a fucking child.

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    11. Anonymous2:11 AM

      Hahaha. Hillary lovers. She will not be president.

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    12. Anonymous7:42 AM

      Oh, sure, it's all about integrity. You're a much better person than all of us. Such a great, ethical individual who continues to act like this election is rigged. It's not rigged. More people simply want Clinton to be president more than they want Sanders to be president.

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    13. Anonymous8:09 AM

      Where was Bernie's great integrity with the NRA and his #SierraBlanca vote? #PurityFirst

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  20. Anonymous9:05 AM

    Preach It!

    #BernedOut

    #FeelTheLies

    #FleeTheBurn

    #ImWithHer

    #GiveEmHill

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  21. Anonymous9:17 AM

    The ONLY way the GOP wins in November with one of their psychopaths and his chosen VP twerp is if they can keep independents home and Dems divided. So, I think that a majority of these "Bernie or Bust" children are GOPers who are either paid or encouraged to go to liberal sites and whine. Seriously. The GOP loses to either Bernie or Hillary, and if Trump keeps up his idiocy, it will be a landslide. The Bernie supporters who have been interviewed are mostly going to vote Democratic..no matter who. So take all this division with a grain of salt. It's not real.

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    1. Bernie9:50 AM

      Agggrrrrreeeee

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    2. Anonymous11:33 AM

      True story. Too bad Gryph can't figure that out and is instead doing all he can to make sure Hill supporters don't vote for Bernie if he makes it. Dumb as a Barstool.

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    3. Anonymous12:18 PM

      11:33 - Bernie is over. Everyone knows it but his donors.

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  22. Crystal Sage9:46 AM

    Has anyone figured out that the Bernie Bros might be a combination of young, immature supporters and a bigger bunch of GOP trolls? What better way to confuse Democratic voters that to gin up a fight between the two Dem candidates? I suspect that half or more of the remarks on social media are the work of troublemakers in the Rovian trradition.

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    1. Anonymous10:50 AM

      +1

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    2. Anonymous11:33 AM

      +1000000000

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  23. Anonymous10:29 AM

    Good luck winning without the children and the independents. LOL. The only things worse than Hillary are Bill and her supporters are making it so easy not to vote for her.

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    1. Anonymous10:52 AM

      What children?

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    2. Anonymous11:09 AM

      Patton Oswald (whoever he is) said that Bernie Supporters who don't vote for Hillary "You're a f**king child."

      Those children. Many of whom are not democrats and can vote for whoever they want two. One person one vote, the candidate of your choice.

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    3. Anonymous11:49 AM

      11:09 - it's "whomever they want to." "One person, one vote" is not applicable to the primaries, by the way, and never has been. It's applicable to the General Elections. Wake up. Are you still in high school or something? I hope so. And if so, yes, you are still a child.

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    4. Anonymous1:27 PM

      Children can't vote in the USA.

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    5. Anonymous2:12 AM

      Exactly 10:29. Hillary is the worst.

      It is going to be a real hangover headache for them when she is made a fool of again.

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    6. Anonymous7:39 AM

      If you don't know who Patton Oswald is, your life isn't as good as it could be.

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    7. Anonymous8:07 AM

      If you say so, 2:12. /s

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  24. Anonymous5:14 PM

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/elizabeth-warren-vice-president-hillary-clinton_us_571a8129e4b0d912d5fea0e8

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  25. Anonymous5:39 PM

    Why I'm voting for Hillary... just hear me out!!

    https://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/4g5oti/why_im_voting_for_hillary_just_hear_me_out/

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  26. Anonymous5:51 PM

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2016/04/21/the-end-is-coming-a-top-sanders-adviser-hints-at-a-quiet-finish/709446962/?tid=hybrid_content_2_na

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  27. Anonymous7:24 PM

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/04/23/sanders-says-he-has-lost-primaries-to-clinton-because-poor-people-dont-vote/

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  28. The first thing we need to get rid of is the electoral college. We have the technology to allow a straight vote of the people.

    Next, both sides need to clean up this manipulative, rigged delegate/superdelegate shit. If you're not going to let the people decide then let the leadership fight it out over who gets their nod and then just announce the anointed and go straight to the elections.

    I am sick of this puppet show.

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    1. Anonymous7:29 AM

      So, you have no idea what a superdelegate is or how the DNC works, or how it has benefited you and Bernie.

      It's only a puppet show to someone who's too lazy to stop worshiping Savior Bernie and actually participate in the system.

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    2. Anonymous7:38 AM

      That's not what's happening in this primary. Hillary Clinton is getting a lot more votes than Bernie Sanders. This isn't an anointment, it's an election.

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  29. Anonymous12:07 PM

    I agree, miaiuppa

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