Wednesday, April 13, 2016

President Obama comes very, very close to endorsing Hillary Clinton for President.

Okay remember, be subtle.
Courtesy of Politico: 

In his speech Tuesday commemorating the designation of a new national monument honoring women's equality, President Barack Obama said he looked forward to the day when future visitors to the Washington, D.C., site would be "astonished" that at one point in time, a woman had never been president. 

“I want young girls and boys to come here 10, 20, 100 years from now to know that women fought for equality, it was not just given to them. I want them to come here and be astonished there was ever a time when women could not vote," Obama said during his remarks at the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument, which served as the headquarters of the National Woman's Party since 1929. 

"I want them to be astonished that there was ever a time when women earned less than men for doing the same work." "I want them to be astonished that there was ever a time when women were vastly outnumbered in the boardroom or in Congress, that there was ever a time when a woman had never sat in the Oval Office," he remarked. 

Hold on. The President wants young girls and boys who some to the monument in 10 or 20 years to be astonished that there was ever a time when a woman had never sat in the Oval Office?

Because the only way for that to seem unremarkable is if we were to actually elect a female president in the very near future, and the only woman poised to meet that criteria is Hillary Clinton.

And this follows closely on the heels of this comment from Joe Biden: 

"This country’s ready for a woman," Biden said. "There’s no problem. We’re gonna be able to elect a woman in this country. I would like to see a woman elected.”

Now the Vice President also claimed that neither he nor the President were going to endorse any candidates, but I guess that doesn't mean they're not going to drop hints like crazy up until the nomination now does it?

91 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:47 AM

    OT-Go Get them!
    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/13/tables-turned-a-g-subpoenas-koch-related-climate-deniers-documents.html

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    1. Anonymous7:23 AM

      The internet has allowed the good guys to shine a light on the cons of all stripes

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    2. Anonymous7:32 AM

      YES! And I just reads at C&L that Miss Sarah has backed out of the climate change thing. Guess they didn't want a dinged canned speech but a Q & A, and Miss Unprepared could never handle that in a room full of climate deniers. She might recall that she was a believer back when she was a Governor.

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  2. Anonymous7:16 AM

    This is not news.

    So what President Obama almost spilled the beans he's endorsing Hillary Clinton.

    The news is what happened to Bernie Sanders!

    BERNIE SANDERS RECEIVED HIS FIRST ENDORSEMENT FROM A FELLOW US SENATE CO-WORKER!

    Eat that Hillary Clinton!


    Internet:
    Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley has endorsed Bernie Sanders for president, the first of Sanders' fellow members of the U.S. Senate to do so.


    Bernie Sanders is endorsed by one fellow co-worker.

    WAIT! WHAT? ONE CO-WORKER?

    We got some work to do.

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    1. Anonymous7:51 AM

      I'm sure Bernie's best friend, Republican and science denier Senator Infofe (R-OK) will endorse Bernie, too. Bernie said Inhofe was his close friend in a Democratic debate.

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    2. Anonymous8:38 AM

      Lol.

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  3. Anonymous7:20 AM

    ABC News:
    Sanders Gets First US Senator Endorsement

    Bernie Sanders has snagged his first endorsement from a sitting U.S. senator, less than a week before the New York primary.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/bernie-sanders-us-senator-endorsement/story?id=38356079

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    1. Anonymous7:52 AM

      Wow! One whole senator! That will definitely shift the election. /s

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    2. Anonymous8:39 AM

      Wow, one Senator that no one knows the name of on a Nat'l scale. LOL.

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    3. Anonymous3:54 PM

      This is HOOOGE! Every revolution begins with an endorsement and a visit to the vatican. I think it's in a "Beatle's" song.

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  4. 66gardeners7:23 AM

    Not long ago, Congressional Republicans said authoring and passing a budget were the basics of governing. They flew into open rage when Harry Reid's Senate Democrats took a pass on advancing a fiscal blueprint, and threatened to withhold lawmakers’ pay as a punishment. And they convinced voters to return them to power because they would make Capitol Hill work again.

    But here we are, on April 13, with Republicans holding both chambers of Congress, and there isn't a budget in sight.
    Read more at Politico

    Thanks Obama for being the most republican party divisive American patriot hero in history. May Hillary supersede you. Youbetcha!

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    1. Anonymous8:41 AM

      So now President Obama is at fault for the GOP having a majority in the Senate? OMFing dog, get a clue Bro.

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  5. Anonymous7:23 AM

    The Democratic presidential race is rigged. Bernie Sanders has only one friend in the US Senate who thinks he's qualified to be president.

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    1. Anonymous7:53 AM

      Imagine that - the folks who work with him do not endorse him.

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    2. Anonymous8:42 AM

      Yes, the whole Democratic Party has worked for decades to ensure that Bernie would be unable to make friends during his life ( eyeroll).

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  6. Anonymous7:25 AM

    As a woman, I want the first woman president to be spectacular. Hillary Clinton will not disappoint.

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  7. Anonymous7:29 AM

    OT?-BLM>
    Erica: Bill C>"was him chastising us because we are the “uncivilzed people,” the black “barbarians” and if it wasn’t for what he did with the 1995 Crime Bill then we would be worse off than where we are today. In that moment he revealed himself and his true thoughts on black people. He likely had lots to do with his wife calling us “super predators” and that “we need to be brought to heel” like we were animals.

    "In the schools, nurses, social workers, and counselors were replaced with police officers and metal detectors. The children know they are being prepared for prison. They know this based on how their teachers talk with them"
    "This is not just police brutality; it is gentrification; it is a lack of funds for school systems and other matters too."

    http://www.salon.com/2016/04/13/we_confronted_bill_clinton_about_race_in_that_moment_he_revealed_himself_and_his_true_thoughts_on_black_people/

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    1. Anonymous7:48 AM

      THIS TOO>
      http://www.salon.com/2016/04/13/this_is_how_latinos_elect_donald_trump_why_democrats_cant_coast_on_demographics_and_trumps_wall_in_2016/

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    2. Anonymous7:54 AM

      Why did Bernie vote for that 1994 bill at the time, and defend his vote on it in 2006?

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    3. Anonymous9:15 AM

      7:48>
      “By writing ‘TRUMP’ in large, red letters across their ‘wall,’ KA changed what was a tradition of building a wall into a tradition of constructing a border, symbolizing separation and xenophobia,” Khristyan Anthonee Trejo, a Tulane University student, wrote in a public Facebook post about the sandbag ‘border wall.’ “This issue not only affects Latinos but all other marginalized immigrant groups in this country.” This really pushed it overboard for students of color on campus,”
      Trejo told USA Today College. “It’s one thing to see an endorsement of Trump on campus — that’s freedom of speech — but it’s another to see the wall when it’s a symbol of racism and oppression"

      http://thinkprogress.org/immigration/2016/04/13/3768935/tulane-frat-students-border-wall/

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    4. Anonymous9:39 AM

      @7:54 I would love to know where you got your (dis)information from. Bernie made headlines back in 1994 for his senate floor speech denouncing the bill.

      See for yourself, if you care to operate factually.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luxkUPezssM

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    5. Anonymous10:22 AM

      9:39 - No, he VOTED FOR IT. Are you saying he did not vote for it? HE DID. Actions speak louder than words. So tired of YOUR bending the facts. BERNIE SANDERS VOTED FOR THE 1994 CRIME BILL on August 21, 1994 - https://votesmart.org/candidate/key-votes/27110/bernie-sanders/20/crime#.Vw6OJ4TxZdk Did you not know that?

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    6. Anonymous10:56 AM

      Eric Holder, speaking to the Washington Post, says Sanders voted for the 1994 Crime Bill: “Many supported the crime bill because of the circumstances at the time. Sen. Sanders voted for the bill. He has not acknowledged or apologized for his vote. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has acknowledged the racially disproportionate impacts of overly harsh crime policy for many years, and worked in the Senate to reform the criminal justice system,” Holder said in a statement to The Washington Post. "As Attorney General, I worked with President Obama to address mass incarceration, and I know Hillary Clinton is the one to continue that work and get it done. She knows our criminal justice system is broken and will make real reforms."

      Hillary Clinton was the First Lady in 1884 and had no vote, although she did advocate for it.

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/02/12/1994-crime-bill-haunts-clinton-and-sanders-as-criminal-justice-reform-rises-to-top-in-democratic-contest/

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    7. Anonymous11:07 AM

      Oops, sorry - typo correction above ^^^:
      Hillary Clinton was the First Lady in 1994 and had no vote, although she did advocate for it."

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    8. Anonymous11:14 AM

      10:56 > 1884? I do NOT think she is THAT OLD. Chester A. Arthur was president then...
      This happened>
      Dissatisfied with resistance by the men of the major parties to women's suffrage, a small group of women announced the formation in 1884 of the Equal Rights Party.
      :-)

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    9. Anonymous12:07 PM

      Did you miss the correction at 11:07, @11:14? Look again!

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  8. Anonymous7:32 AM

    OT Bernie Sanders goes to New York Verizon picket line. He is getting desperate

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  9. Anonymous7:37 AM

    If Bernie Sanders is for the Union, how come this is his first appearance to a Union picket line?

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    1. Anonymous8:43 AM

      Because he has never given a damn before.

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    2. Anonymous9:28 AM

      Do a little homework. It is s eash to go to google images, google "sanders picket line" and find many images of Bernie Sanders walking picket lines for various unions including nurses, communication workers and postal service. So stop making shit up.

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    3. Anonymous9:44 AM

      Lies. He has always fought for unions. One small example is this 2011 video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ_UbD414YU

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    4. Anonymous9:46 AM

      Here's another from 2007. Never cared before? Lies.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I5yOGuDNBc&ebc=ANyPxKq_YTemdsiiRfZDRlUvN5A_gLoDBzHUEZzUyzlfnYGjE0aQe2CeF9_5TD5nRAg4NP2JOkHWexxlbQYAf7gk-0ovxqrMvA

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    5. Anonymous10:22 AM

      Yeah, he's done a lot of good walking with them.

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  10. Anonymous7:38 AM

    O/T but Gryphen, this is so infuriating!!!

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/13/parents-jesus-lunches-wisconsin-high-school.html

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  11. Anonymous7:40 AM

    What a scam, that Union backed Bernie Sanders in December and it so happens they organize a picket line for Bernie Sanders to attend days before the New York election.

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    1. Anonymous9:29 AM

      You Clintonites are as paranoid as she is.

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    2. Anonymous10:23 AM

      I am voting for Hillary Clinton for President. She's going to be great!

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  12. Anonymous7:45 AM

    Clinton Campaign Has Been Collecting Dirt, Ready To Take On Donald Trump

    http://www.addictinginfo.org/2016/04/13/clinton-campaign-has-been-collecting-dirt-ready-to-take-on-donald-trump/

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    1. Anonymous8:06 AM

      Top Trump Aide Led the ‘Torturers’ Lobby’

      Paul Manafort and the partners at his firm made a fortune repping some of the most despicable dictators of the 20th century.

      http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/04/13/top-trump-aide-led-the-torturers-lobby.html

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    2. Anonymous8:30 AM

      8:06. Many excellent DETAILS in that link>
      "Now we hear that an advisor of Yanukovych, Paul Manafort, has been hired by the Donald Trump campaign. This is someone who took part in perversion of democracy in Ukraine and if [Manafort’s] role in that fiasco turns out to be substantial, then he should not be allowed within 100 feet of government buildings of any self-respecting democracy,” Pavel Yarmolenko, a spokesman for the Ukraine Freedom Support Group"

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    3. Anonymous9:19 AM

      Yeah that's really going to change a Trump supporters mind. If anything they'll just campaign harder for him.

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  13. Anonymous7:56 AM

    Sarah Palin Chickens Out

    The half-term Republican governor of Alaska isn’t known for much except publicly spewing verbal diarrhea and endorsing the likes of Donald Trump. Why would she be speaking about climate change? Well, turns out, she’s not. The infamous (and not for good reason) Sarah Palin has chickened out of “debating” with “Bill Nye the Science Guy” in person, and has opted for some kind of pre-recorded video conversation instead.

    Really? Quitty McQuitter is just gonna phone it in?

    http://bipartisanreport.com/2016/04/13/sarah-palin-chickens-out-instead-of-debating-climate-change-with-bill-nye-she-will-do-this-instead/

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  14. Anonymous7:57 AM

    I think HRC will be a great president. She has my vote. I switched from Bernie to Hillary after the 11 hour Benghazi hearings.

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    1. Anonymous12:24 PM

      She impressed the whole world with her stamina. That's why Trump's claims of her lack of stamina go nowhere and just make him look stupider, if that's possible.

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    2. Anonymous3:58 PM

      It was rigged!!!! She must have gotten the questions in advance!!!!!!!

      /sarcasm

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  15. Anonymous7:57 AM

    Trump Supporters Release Home Addresses Of GOP State Leaders, Issue Death Threats

    http://crooksandliars.com/2016/04/trump-supporters-release-home-addresses

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    1. Anonymous3:59 PM

      More proof that some Sanders supporters aren't much different from Trump supporters.

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  16. Anonymous8:04 AM

    Sneaky but a good move. Bernie Sanders shows up to a picket line in New York for a couple of minutes, days before the New York vote and now it is said he walked a picket line

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  17. Anonymous8:07 AM

    The Secret Movement to Draft General James Mattis for President

    Gen. James Mattis doesn’t necessarily want to be president—but that’s not stopping a group of billionaire donors from hatching a plan to get him there.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/04/08/the-secret-movement-to-draft-general-james-mattis-for-president.html

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  18. Anonymous8:10 AM

    If you like what's happening in North Carolina, a Ted Cruz presidency will take it national

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/4/13/1514737/-If-you-like-what-s-happening-in-North-Carolina-a-Ted-Cruz-presidency-will-take-it-national

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    1. Anonymous8:56 AM

      NC Guv Scrambles To Undo Damage From New Law But Leave Anti-Gay Part Intact

      http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/pat-mccrory-knew-issues-hb2

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    2. Anonymous9:58 AM

      A new poll has McCrory losing re-election by 4 points in North Carolina as HB2 backlash continues

      http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/04/13/1514744/-A-new-poll-has-McCrory-losing-re-election-by-4-points-in-North-Carolina-as-HB2-backlash-continues

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  19. Anonymous8:14 AM

    I have tried to stay objective during the Democratic primary. I'm done.

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/4/12/1514516/-I-have-tried-to-stay-objective-during-the-Democratic-primary-I-m-done

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    1. Anonymous10:12 AM

      And I am done with the whining egomaniacal Berners who suck at math and don't know how to participate in campaigns for the eventual good of the 2016 Democratic ticket, because their personal purity politics matter more than ANYTHING ELSE, including the Supreme Court.

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  20. Anonymous8:15 AM

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

    As expected, $he wimps out!

    TOTALLY O/T: http://crooksandliars.com/2016/04/sarah-palin-wimps-out-debate-bill-nye

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    1. Anonymous10:45 AM

      Perhaps they refused to provide her questions in advance? We all know she can't speak off the cuff.

      Perhaps she can't explain her total flip flop from statements she made in 2007?

      Poor baby boopsie......

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  21. Anonymous8:45 AM

    So unless Bernie is having a sex change operation in the next few months I am taking that as an endorsement.

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  22. Anonymous8:49 AM

    @Gryph....I loved this site a lot more before it turned into Hillary fan page.

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    1. Anonymous9:31 AM

      Welcome to the Democratic Party, @8:49.

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    2. Anonymous6:45 PM

      I like it better now.

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    3. Anonymous1:29 PM

      People with critical thinking skills post here.

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  23. Anonymous8:53 AM

    Without Paul Ryan, all is lost, Republicans elites fear.

    After Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced yesterday that he wouldn’t accept a nomination for president, Republican elites like Senator John McCain (R-AZ) fell apart.

    “We’ve got so many problems—there are a myriad of problems. None of this is going to turn out well for the Republican Party,” a dismayed McCain told reporters.

    “I am at a loss. OK? I do not know what’s going to happen. I just don’t see that a lot of it’s going to turn out well. Because there are too many divisions within our party.”

    It’s ironic that it’s John McCain bemoaning the divisions within the Republican Party, because the VP nominee he tapped, Sarah Palin, is the person who incited and cheered on the Tea Party defiance of the establishment Republicans.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/13/dismayed-john-mccain-moans-none-turn-republican-party.html

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  24. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Clinton’s dismal approval ratings prompt Dem fears

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/276078-clintons-dismal-approval-ratings-prompt-dem-fears

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    1. Anonymous10:25 AM

      Thanks for your rightwing shares! /s

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    2. Anonymous4:03 PM

      Nope

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  25. Anonymous9:02 AM

    FEC report shows Trump, Clinton have huge spending disparity

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/276079-fec-report-shows-trump-clinton-have-huge-spending-disparity

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  26. Anonymous9:05 AM

    In Texas and going viral>
    Cruz's legal team asserted that "obscene devices do not implicate any liberty interest." And its brief added that "any alleged right associated with obscene devices" is not "deeply rooted in the Nation's history and traditions." In other words, Texans were free to use sex toys at home, but they did not have the right to buy them.

    http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/04/ted-cruz-dildo-ban-sex-devices-texas

    "Summing up, the judges declared, "The case is not about public sex. It is not about controlling commerce in sex. It is about controlling what people do in the privacy of their own homes because the State is morally opposed to a certain type of consensual private intimate conduct. This is an insufficient justification for the statute after Lawrence...Whatever one might think or believe about the use of these devices, government interference with their personal and private use violates the Constitution."

    Look Left<<<<<
    :-)

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    1. Anonymous4:15 PM

      Bet Cruz is having fun with his new drone and cam!!!!

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  27. Anonymous9:11 AM

    A new Electoral College projection Wednesday from Morning Consult found that Hillary Clinton would secure massive victories in the general election against both Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, the two most likely Republican presidential nominees.

    But the analysis also showed that Clinton, the former secretary of state and Democratic frontrunner, would suffer a defeat at the hands of John Kasich, the Ohio governor.

    The study, which surveyed more than 44,000 registered voters across all 50 states, showed that Clinton would have the advantage in nearly every Midwestern swing state against Trump, the GOP frontrunner, and Cruz, the Texas senator nipping at his heels.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/polls-hillary-clinton-trump-ted-cruz-john-kasich-map-2016-4

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    1. Anonymous12:22 PM

      Perfect! Kasich will never be the nominee, so landslide Hillary.

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    2. Anonymous1:31 PM

      Kasich would lose all conservative voters

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  28. Anonymous9:34 AM

    There is a consistent trend developing in state level polls of a significant number of Republicans saying that they will vote for Hillary Clinton in November if Donald Trump is the Republican presidential nominee.

    The Monmouth University Poll of Maryland Republicans found that although Trump has a dominant lead in the state’s primary (47%-27% over John Kasich), 11% of Republicans stated that they would support Hillary Clinton in the general election if Donald Trump is the Republican nominee.
    A Monmouth poll of New York that was released found that while Trump has a big lead in the primary (52%-25% over Kasich), 9% of Republicans in his home state would cross over and vote for Hillary Clinton in November. In Ohio, ten percent of Republicans said that they would support Clinton in an election against Trump. In Michigan, 9% of Republicans are going to support Clinton over Trump.

    There is also a percentage of Republicans in each state ranging from 9%-12% who say that they will vote for neither Clinton or Trump in November. If Republicans nominate Donald Trump, they are facing the potential loss of 18%-25% of their vote in November.

    A drop of as little 5 points in the popular vote could trigger a Democratic landslide. A drop of ten points from 2012 levels would cost Republicans House and Senate seats. A drop of 20 points would set the stage for Republicans up and down the ballot to be wiped out.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/04/13/trump-triggering-democratic-landslide-republicans-vow-vote-clinton.html

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    1. Anonymous10:28 AM

      I hope the GOP is asleep at the wheel and nominate Trump.

      Now I understand why Sneaky Snyder of Michigan passed the law in the middle of the night to prohibit straight ticket ballots !!!

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  29. Anonymous9:39 AM

    As Hillary Clinton seeks to defend her role in the 2009 Honduras coup, we speak with Dana Frank, an expert on human rights and U.S. policy in Honduras. "This is breathtaking that she'd say these things. I think we're all kind of reeling that she would both defend the coup and defend her own role in supporting its stabilization in the aftermath," Frank says. "I want to make sure that the listeners understand how chilling it is that a leading presidential candidate in the United States would say this was not a coup.... She's baldly lying when she says we never called it a coup."

    http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/35623-she-s-baldly-lying-human-rights-expert-responds-to-hillary-clinton-s-defense-of-her-role-in-honduras-coup

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  30. Anonymous9:41 AM

    What's Fueling the Clinton Campaign?

    http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/35590-what-s-fueling-the-clinton-campaign

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    1. Anonymous10:26 AM

      I am fueling her campaign. I have donated to her twice. My entire family is fueling the Clinton campaign, actually.

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    2. Anonymous11:52 AM

      You are dumb enought to donate your hard earned money to people who are personally worth over 100 million dollars? And you guys think Palin is the ultimate grifter... She doesn't even come close to scratching the surface of the Clinton grift machine.

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    3. Anonymous12:09 PM

      11:52 - I am proud to donate to Hillary! I am excited to elect the first Woman President of the USA! Such a thrill to have elected the first African-American president and now the first Woman! Woo-hoo!

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    4. Anonymous12:17 PM

      My sister is a Hillary Girl, meaning she donates automatically each month. I don't know how much, but she's not super wealthy. I don't give that way, but I do give $10 or $25 when I can. I am completely behind Hillary! She can do this. She spent her life building for this, and that's what it takes to do the job WELL.

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    5. Anonymous4:13 PM

      I have been proud to donate monthly to Hillary Clinton's campaign for quite a while and I'll continue to do so. There are lots of us - not rich - but concerned Americans who do not want to lose in November 2016.
      Beaglemom

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  31. Anonymous9:44 AM

    The Republican candidate in last place has the best shot against Hillary Clinton

    http://qz.com/661295/the-republican-candidate-in-last-place-has-the-best-shot-against-hillary-clinton/

    Hillary Clinton says she wants half of her cabinet to be women

    http://qz.com/661130/hillary-clinton-says-she-wants-half-of-her-cabinet-to-be-women/

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  32. Anonymous9:57 AM

    Lying Liar Donald Trump’s New Attack On Hillary Clinton Proves He Is Running Out Of Material

    ...Trump’s modus operandi is to coin juvenile slogans that disparage his opponents. It’s a type of shorthand, anti-branding designed to stick to his targets like rhetorical tar. It works because his followers are too dumb to comprehend more complex policy proposals, which Trump refuses to provide anyway. The simple-minded buzzwords make it easy for his realityTV-forged fans to follow along.

    Today Trump made his first official foray into general election politicking with a swipe at Hillary Clinton. He has previously tried to tag her as “low-energy” (which he recycled from Jeb Bush) and lacking stamina. But Clinton’s obvious vitality on the campaign trail made those barbs impotent. He also tried to tarnish her with her husband’s infidelity, but since that doesn’t actually reflect on her, and his own marital peccadilloes are far worse (and creepier), that didn’t work either. So now Trump is floating this:

    “Her whole life has been a lie. A big, fat, beautiful lie. Everything about her is a lie.”

    http://www.newscorpse.com/ncWP/?p=31375

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    1. Anonymous12:01 PM

      OT?WTF?>
      http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2016/04/13/trump-megyn-kelly-have-secret-meeting.html

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  33. Anonymous10:34 AM

    Donald Trump Probably Can’t Clinch a Majority of Delegates, But He Can Make Denying Him the Nomination a Living Nightmare

    http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/04/trump-to-gop-nominate-me-or-the-party-gets-it.html

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    1. Anonymous11:56 AM

      The WORLD>
      https://www.facebook.com/theguardian/videos/10154109217166323/?fref=nf

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    2. Anonymous12:06 PM

      Ain't that the truth. He wants to see blood in the streets. Why? I don't know. Who the fuck knows. What a twisted fuckwad he is. Life is hard enough without the likes of this destroyer. How many minority children are going to bed afraid every night because Trump has given them something to be very afraid of. How many vanilla adults like me are losing sleep over the prospect of months or years or DECADES of Trump and the whole sickening lot of them. Barack Obama and Hillary, or Bernie if you wish, are the only thing standing between chaos and sanity in the country. Laws aren't enough, because Trump et al hate the governments that produce the laws. They hate all the institutions that used to protect us, including the Constitution. We have the Democratic party to save us and we have to support it like never before.

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    3. Anonymous12:24 PM

      Maybe the reason for his meeting with M. Kelly?>
      http://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/trump-fans-threaten-gun-violence-against-protesters-ahead-of-pittsburgh-visit/

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  34. Anonymous11:39 AM

    IT IS ON NOW>
    http://occupydemocrats.com/2016/04/13/bush-cheney-panic-obama-set-release-embarrassing-911-classified-info/

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  35. Anonymous4:11 PM

    This is totally off topic but there's a photo of President Obama and Vice President Biden so I think this is as good a place as any to say that they are both great men who have accomplished so much since 2009, not the least of which has been to re-establish dignity and quality in the Executive Branch of our government. And today was - drumroll please - White House Science Fair Day. Reading summaries of some of the triumphs of American students, including students who are immigrants or children of immigrants, at The Obama Diary website made me feel truly hopeful about the future. How amazing is the work of these students! And how wonderful to have a president who cares enough about youth to celebrate their successes like this! It's enough to make me wish that I could be young again but with a talent for science, math or engineering.
    Beaglemom

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  36. Anita Winecooler4:25 PM

    I'm voting Hillary because I feel she's qualified to hit the ground running, she's fast on her feet and knows more than enough about world affairs and how other countries work. I'm also voting for her work on behalf of young girls and women around the world.
    A huge plus would be watching her make mincemeat out of Trump, should he be the GOP front runner.

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