Friday, May 06, 2016

Having a little trouble telling the Bernie Sanders supporters from the Trump supporters.

Okay do these people really think this is helping?


  1. Anonymous8:42 AM

    Bernie loves it.

  2. Anonymous8:43 AM

    Be careful, Gryphen. You don't want to alienate the youth vote.


    1. This just in, I'm not running for office.

    2. Anonymous9:27 AM

      Why do you assume that all young people are Bernie supporters?

    3. Anonymous10:09 AM

      I was quoting people on this blog who have said those exact words.

  3. Anonymous8:49 AM

    It's called Democracy and it's a good thing.

    It's better than just ignoring the glaring problems with Hillary: namely her buddy-buddy relationship with Wall St and her close ties to the .01% & tax cheats & tax evaders found in the Panama Papers as well as other contributors to the Clint Foundation. (god, remember how pissed we all were when Bill pardoned Mark Rich as he was leaving the White House?)

    Or are you suggesting we just ignore any faults she has lest her husband's golf partner gets elected instead?

    1. Anonymous9:03 AM

      Oh my. You sure are full of Fox facts, honey. Better do some research on St. Bernie-he's about as connected as anyone out there.

    2. Anonymous9:06 AM

      they don't care about all the corruption, lying, cheating. Just so their Hillary wins. They called others all kinds of names, called Jane Sanders a bitch right on this blog. Democracy is dead , if you don't go along with what they want because only they know what you need . They want same same old same old, NAFTA and other trade deals to take the rest of the crappy jobs.

    3. Anonymous9:21 AM

      It's not right to call Jane Sanders a bitch just like it's not right to call Hillary Clinton a bitch (which Sanders supporters have called her right on this blog).

    4. Anonymous9:23 AM

      Democracy isn't dead.

      Although you wouldn't know if listening to Sanders who thinks we should ignore the votes of the people and have the Superdelegates declare him the candidate because all the dumb minorities and women don't know what's good for them.

    5. Anonymous9:30 AM

      First of all, Baby Jane is a bitch.
      And it seems Barney's supporters know nothing about him except the "new" image his people have slapped on him for this run, too bad they couldn't get him to buy a decent suit and some clothes for Baby Jane ( I suppose he thought the DNC would do that).
      He lies and lies, his record is nothing and oh, I am still waiting for those tax returns of his and his first wife, scratch that...his gf that he had when he had his first wife is still waiting for child support.

    6. Anonymous9:40 AM

      Do you think Hillary will try to keep us out of war? Her so-called foreign policy “experience” has been to support every war demanded by the U.S. deep security state run by the military and the CIA...
      OK she's still better for the US than any repub would be.

    7. Anonymous10:08 AM

      Sanders has also supported wars. It's amazing how his supporters are either ignorant of his history or give him special consideration.

    8. Anonymous12:10 PM

      Tax cheats? Buddy-buddy ties. Where are Bernie's tax records again? Why did Jane get a $2 million dollar severance package for committing fraud on a loan application?

    9. Anonymous12:24 PM

      HUh, 9:30? WTH are you talking about? He was married for two years in his twenties. Divorced. Three years later, he had a kid (he was 28 she was supposedly of similar age. They weren't married, but he and his now 46 year old son are friends it appears - son onstage with dad and grandkids. Supported same kid - he was NOT preaching abstinence to others, he's never denied the kid. Various articles and bios have made mistakes that Levi was his son with first wife. A big SO WHAT to it all.

      Now, Jane's shenanigans at Burlington and the loan fraud and the $2 million dollar severance package and any investments of theirs that might have benefited as a result - yeah, that I'd like to see. Start with the tax returns.

    10. Anonymous12:59 PM

      @anon 12:24pm
      WAy to whitewash Bernie's life.
      Here's the real deal. Bernie got married and was still married ( 18 months into the marriage) when he got his GF knocked up.
      He refused to work so he couldn't be forced to pay child support and only saw his own child a handful of times and demanded the child not call him Dad but Bernard. And while he may have some sort of friendshp with his child as an adult that does not change the facts he was married when his gf got knocked up nor the fact he never supported or took care of( I am all for Dad's being the primary caregiver) and the tax payers had to support his own child that he refused to.
      No he did not support his child, ever. So yes, I do think being a deadbeat parent speaks directly to someone's character or lack there of.

    11. Yes. They are saying exactly that.

      Oh, and don't mention The Family.

    12. Anonymous8:38 AM

      I would have loved Bernie to disavow the Pope's anti-choice doctrine, but I guess Women's issues like reproductive rights are just a "distraction." It's more important to pretend you got a personal invitation to "spend time" with the Pope at the end of the NY primary.

  4. Anonymous8:53 AM

    This why Bernie Sanders needs to bow out and tell his supporters to unite behind Secretary Hillary Clinton. There's no need to take his campaign to the Democratic convention and no need for his followers protesting. It's over, get over it.

    1. Anonymous9:32 AM

      At this point I want him to stay in until his campaign is broke, or even better yet, a few million in debt. FU_K Barney and Baby Jane.

  5. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Jane sanders already mentioned she wants the FBI to hurry up with Hillary's email investigation. That is Jane's only hope to the White House. That is the only reason the Sanders are still in it and willing to take their campaign to the DNC.


  6. Caroll Thompson9:03 AM

    We should leave the inter-party fighting to the Republicans. Let them have a divided house that falls.

    We Dems have a President to elect, a Senate to take back and possibly win back the House.

    What I like about Hillary is she has done a lot of fund raising for the down ballot elections. Bernie has not lifted one finger to help with down ballot elections.

    Bernie talks while Hillary walks. Actions speak much louder than words.

    1. Anonymous9:18 AM

      VOTE for HRC!

    2. Anonymous12:12 PM

      She has my vote!

    3. Anonymous12:25 PM

      Carroll Thompson - LIKE.

    4. Anita Winecooler5:27 PM

      Well put. It's supposed to be the Republicans that eat their own.

  7. Anonymous9:04 AM

    Bernie you you will be 75 years old with little time left. Go back to Vermont and enjoy what time you have left with Jane, kids and grandchildren.

    1. Anonymous9:22 AM

      Would you go back to Vermont with Jane? Bernie see Jane. Run Bernie run away from Jane.

    2. Anonymous9:37 AM

      See Bernie run.
      See Jane harp.
      See Bernie run faster
      See Jane waddle behind.

    3. Anonymous10:06 AM

      9:37 does not represent Clinton supporters or liberals.

    4. Anonymous10:17 AM

      What do you call it when Hillary goes by wearing her glorified caftans.

    5. Anonymous11:01 AM

      Shut up, you idiots.

    6. Anonymous11:29 AM

      @ 10:17am
      LMAO! Hillary is much lighter than Fat Jane.

    7. Anonymous12:50 PM

      Stop with body-shaming women! We are not Trump!

    8. Anonymous12:23 AM

      The New York Italian Deli in Brandywine, Maryland, is offering a Hillary Clinton special that is sure to turn some heads.

      “Four Piece Chicken: 2 small breasts with 2 large thighs,” a sign reads for the special that costs $4.99.

    9. Anonymous3:20 AM

      Fuck the New York Italian Deli. Now I know who to boycott. Sexist fucking bastards.

    10. Anonymous8:36 AM

      Sound like the "New York" "Italian" Deli in Brandywine, Md. has a serious self-esteem problem that goes beyond the desperation of their name.

  8. Anonymous9:12 AM

    O/T -- OMG

  9. Anonymous9:13 AM

    Donald Trump will have an easy presidential campaign against Hillary thanks to Bernie Sanders attacks against Hillary. The Republican Party should make Bernie and Jane Sanders their party's Most Valuable Players.

    1. Anonymous10:49 AM

      Oh bull. Everyone is totally underestimating how pathetic Donnie will look next to a person who has more facts in her smallest brain cell than he has in his whole head. She is going to demolish him. I do hope they force him to do a series of debates..because the cowardly bully will want to do ONE on FOX with his buddy Hannity, and no more. Hillary will take them all down.

    2. Anonymous11:28 AM

      Donald Trump will be the first GOP presidential candidate in decades to lose Texas to the Democratic candidate.

    3. Anonymous11:42 AM

      You really don't understand Texas. They eat his kind of shit up with a spoon.

      However, he may lose NC and AZ.

    4. Anonymous12:07 PM

      @ anon 11:42am
      Well since I am a Texan I think I understand it quite well.

    5. That's like saying Hillary Clinton will have an easy presidential campaign against Trump thanks to Ted Cruz's attacks against Trump.

      *Now* it looks stupid.

  10. Anonymous9:14 AM

    This from the President:

  11. Anonymous9:19 AM

    Bernie has been a politican for 25 years and is 74 years old and is willing to take down the Democratic Party as his last act.

    1. Really? I don't think Bernie will have much of an impact on the Democratic party. At least not a negative one. I think he's been a breath of fresh air bringing important issues to the fore front and forcing the party to acknowledge them and even pledge to work on them to better the lives of the American people.

      Trump on the other hand will do severe damage to the GOP as the Republican nominee.

    2. Anonymous12:29 AM

      I agree with you miaiuppa, Bernie cares deeply for the people of our country. He also takes seriously the responsibility of elected office to help those with no power (rather than to line his own pockets or his family's foundation).

      For those of us who have become very disillusioned by the influence peddling and war profiteering of politicians, Bernie is indeed a ray of hope for a better future!

    3. Anonymous8:34 AM

      Bernie peddled his influence to the NRA.

  12. Connie9:20 AM

    I used to admire Bernie but power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    So far the email issue is the major issue people have with Hilary. Does anyone else remember all the emails that were deleted by Cheney and his gang of thugs as they left office? Where was the outrage then? Where is the anger at everyone else who used a private server? I'm smelling a lot of double standards here and they stink.

    It was said in a previous comment - Bernie talks the talk but Hilary walks the walk. She is not perfect and honestly I'm not all the fond of her personally. But this isn't about me, it's about our nation and who has the chops to move the country forward. After critical analysis, Hilary is the answer. I stand with her.

    1. Anonymous9:40 AM

      May I ask in all seriousness what you admire about him? I don't see him as a person who has either done much or done anything to back up what he has ever said. I am not bein snide or trying to be rude, but I guess I just can't see whatever "it" he is supposed to have. Maybe it's a white thing I'm not seeing, but I just don't see anything.

    2. Connie10:18 AM

      Back when Bernie started the race his proposal to shake up the establishment sounded good. I'm an old hippy and his words struck a chord which my soul translated into a full symphony. When The Bern descended into spreading misinformation I realized his chord was the ONLY chord he knew and the symphony in my head was only memories.

      Not sure why white comes into the picture. Yes, I'm of the pasty variety of human but trust me, I'm not looking to vote for someone who "looks like me". There is no 'like me' so far. If there were, a lack of empathy would not be the world's problem right now.

    3. Anonymous10:40 AM

      I'm right there with you, connie.


    4. Anonymous11:25 AM

      hanks for the answer Connie. And as one old hippy to another I guess I just remember his original articles treating women poorly when I was fighting to expand women's healthcare rights decades ago. So maybe it's just me, but I never heard the "chord" you managed to hear.

    5. Anonymous11:26 AM

      Oh, and why white matters is that Bernie seems to only care about what his majority, a very high majority of white supporters care about. Maybe that's the "chord" I hear from him.

    6. Anonymous12:30 PM

      Bernie had integrity. Starting with claiming CO status instead of running to Canada - easy to do from Vermont. The unpretentiousness pre-Jane was cool. Post her gig at Burlington, not so much.

    7. Anonymous1:05 PM

      @ anon 12:30pm
      CO status did not stop anyone from being drafted, many CO's served many fucntions at home and in VN while they were CO's. From medics to other healthcare jobs, to logistics, to supply.
      Bernie's did not go to Cnada because his number was never drawn until after he had a child and was a few yrs older and not in danger of being drafted.
      Now his first marriage did protect him from one round ( that his number never came up for) but he was never drafted so your illusion that his CO status was some brave thing is beyond ridiculous. If you don't believe me please ask someone who was alive during the draft and they can explain how it worked to you.
      BTW no deadbeat parent has any integrity, today or in the past.

  13. Anonymous9:34 AM

    So is this the new meme lol?

    Bernie is the cause of Hillary's impending loss?

    Maybe you all should have recognized how weak of a candidate she is/was to begin with. Been telling you this from the get-go.

    1. Anonymous9:46 AM

      Weakness? With almost a 300 delegate lead?

      If she's weak, Bernie is a figment of the imagination

    2. Anonymous10:10 AM

      Hillary had to have superdelegates locked in before primaries even began to falsely attempt to present her as the winning candidate. Yeah, I would call that weak.

      The general, of course, does not come with the superdelegate advantage.

    3. Anonymous10:13 AM

      Bernie is the weak candidate. He apparently has so few ideas, I think the last one on nat'l TV was a brave stand against soda taxes lol, that he has to try and cut down others instead of getting his plan across. But I guess the only real plan he had was getting Fat Jane in private jets.

    4. Anonymous10:47 AM

      SHE did not 'lock in' anyone. The supers can vote for whomever they like. She has a big lead without them. Go vote for Trump.

    5. Anonymous11:03 AM

      She is winning the majority of votes. How is that false? Wake up from your Sanders-induced dream.

    6. Anonymous11:05 AM

      Please stop commenting on people's weight. I'm a Clinton fan and if you are, too, you would know it's inappropriate and a real shitty thing to do.

    7. Anonymous11:23 AM

      What is with this "private jets" thing? All the candidates who are under Secret Service protection fly by charter jets.

    8. Anonymous12:32 PM

      Now commenting on Jane's 'fat" severance package for fraud on a loan? That's fair game.

  14. Anonymous9:45 AM

    O/T, but many here admire Elizabeth Warren and this article at POLITICO has good insights:

  15. Anonymous9:45 AM

    Bernie flames out big time ... and his supporters throw major temper tantrums all over the US.

    What was it about this guy that was progressive? Is he condoning this campaign to elect Trump?

  16. Anonymous9:56 AM

    “97 percent of us spoke English in 1960,” Buchanan said during an interview on NPR’s “Morning Edition” Thursday, remarking on an idyllic time when European immigrants to the U.S. happily assimilated without offending the already settled Whites. “Now in half the homes in California, people speak a language other than English.”
    That is Trumpism in a nutshell.

    1. Anonymous10:46 AM

      Oh yeah. I'm sure Buchanan and Robertson are full in with Trump's hateful assessment of 'the others.'
      Pat wants the white male (with the right God beliefs, of course) in charge forever. I'm surprised the re-election of Obama hasn't caused him a fatal stroke.

    2. Anonymous12:35 PM

      And their nostalgia is simply untrue. I'm fourth generation - and I remember going into MANY frennds and relatives homes in the 1960's where at least one member of the family usually a grandmother,could not speak English. Hell, my third generation parents were fluent in both languages until they died.

    3. Anita Winecooler5:38 PM

      Does he have his crisp white robes and hood dry cleaned and ready to go? The sixties are over. The lady of the house no longer has to worry about getting a tit caught in a wringer, nor boiling water to do the wash.
      Wanna talk about the growth of immorality? How about lily white "christians" with elongated chins having kids out of wedlock and scamming the sperm donors? Someone hand the senile guy some smelling salts.

  17. Anonymous9:59 AM

    This is getting tiresome.

    In a Friday letter, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) accused Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz of stacking committees at the July national convention with supporters of Hillary Clinton.

    Sanders lamented to Wasserman Schultz that the DNC only nominated three of the more than 40 people he recommended to sit on the standing committees, and the DNC did not appoint any Sanders picks to the key Rules Committee.

    "I believe the composition of the standing committees must reflect the relative support that has been received by both campaigns," Sanders wrote in the letter. "That was why I was so disappointed to learn that of the over forty people our campaign submitted at your request you chose to select only three of my recommendations for the three standing committees. Moreover, you did not assign even one of the people submitted by our campaign to the very important Rules Committee of the Democratic National Convention."

    Sanders wrote that the lack of representation for his supporters at the convention suggests that the Democratic Party "is not open to the millions of new people that our campaign has brought into the political process."

    He also wrote that he was disappointed in the process for choosing members of the committee that drafts the Democratic Party platform at the convention, and he suggested that he and Clinton each recommend seven members of the committee and jointly select the committee chair.

    "In our conversation, you told me with respect to the platform Drafting Committee that you would consider allowing each campaign to submit ten names from which you would choose four from each and then you would add an additional seven," he wrote. "While having four members on the Drafting Committee is an improvement, it does not address the fact that up to this point Bernie 2016 has secured 45% of the pledged delegates awarded. Frankly, we believe that percentage will go up in the coming weeks and, of course, we hope it will end up being a majority."

    Sanders threatened to have his delegates attempt to make changes to the party platform and the convention rules at the July convention if the DNC does not address his grievances.

    "It is my hope we can quickly resolve this in a fair way. If the process is set up to produce an unfair, one-sided result, we are prepared to mobilize our delegates to force as many votes as necessary to amend the platform and rules on the floor of the convention," he wrote.

    The DNC responded to Sanders' letter in a Friday statement, according to Politico.

    1. Anonymous11:06 AM

      Sour grapes.

    2. Anonymous11:22 AM

      Meh, I guess Bernie is forgetting that the DNC uses voting all the way through the convention and his people will be voted down by a large percentage. I am so over Bernie using the Democratic Party for his own needs but bitching about how it's run.

    3. Anonymous12:15 PM

      Hey, Bernie, stop whining and get the tax records.

    4. Anonymous12:59 PM

      Thanks, Bern, but the Democratic platform has always been excellent. What, you didn't know that, Bernie? Must be because you have not been a Democrat for a full year yet.

      This convention is Bernie's first rodeo.

    5. Anonymous5:47 PM

      Did the DNC approve Jane's unbiased speeches during the campaign? Ruh Ro.... nevermind Debbie!!!!!

  18. Anonymous10:00 AM

    Lindsey Graham Goes Full On #NeverTrump

  19. Anonymous10:01 AM

    Erick Erickson Demands GOPers Apologize For Impeaching Bill Clinton

  20. Anonymous10:03 AM

    East LA is well over 90% hispanic or mixed race. I think that these people are some of the most disenfranchised in our country so I guess it's good that they are actually taking the time to become part of the process.

    Bernie gives them hope that their voices can be heard, and that's not a bad thing. That being said, there are a lot of illegals there who wouldn't be able to vote, so not sure that their protesting makes much of a difference.

    1. Anonymous10:28 AM

      Can you share with us how you can tell there are a lot of illegals who won't be able to vote in those pictures and video of the protestors?

    2. Anonymous11:00 AM

      Hillary Clinton has overwhelmingly won the votes of minorities across the country.

    3. Anonymous11:19 AM

      Apparently you didn't realize that the Hispanics were also a major percentage of people inside supporting Hillary also.

    4. Anonymous12:38 PM

      In short, an area with a lot of Hispanics has a lot of Hispanics present at major events. T-A-U-T-O-L-O-G-Y, duh.

  21. Anonymous10:21 AM

    I used to really like Bernie Sanders. His comments and criticisms were right on target, IMO. But, since becoming a candidate I see someone who is very idealistic and focused on policies that I am convinced will work. Sure, I would love college tuition free and more jobs. Just because other countries have free tuition but they also have a different economic structure than the US. How much is free tuition going to cost and where is the money going to come from? Apparently from taxing the rich. The argument is that this should work in the US because it has worked in other countries. In a general election, how many Americans are going to go for this?
    The Sanders admin with demand that the wealthy and large corporations pay their fair share of taxes. How, exactly? I love this idea but it's just not very realistic. Or rather, I don't think it's as easy as just telling them to stop what they're doing.
    The list continues: Investing $5.5 billion in a youth jobs, Expanding Social Security, Guaranteeing healthcare, Requiring employers to provide at least 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave, Enacting a universal childcare and prekindergarten program, etc.
    I want to see real numbers. I want to see how much is coming in and going out now and what is going to change in order to fulfill all of these promises.
    If all of these things really can be realized then, great! I would love to see all of these things in place.
    There is a breakdown here:
    I don't see how this can be done without a significant increase in taxes.

    1. Anonymous10:43 AM

      It can't. There is data out there, and the middle class will pay significantly more in taxes were St. Bernie able to push even one of his ideas through a Congress that hates to allow Americans health care, safe roads and bridges, and clean air and water.

    2. Anonymous11:17 AM

      Bernie's tax plan raises everyone's taxes, even the lower income people who currently really don't pay taxes because they get what they paid in or more.
      I wish I would have kept the link to when VOX had all the candidates tax plans and you could plug in any income.
      My lowest paid relative at this point get's everything back and more and they would no longer get anything back of what they paid in and, in fact, would have most likely owed a couple hundred more. Mine would have doubled in the upper middle class income range under Bernie's tax plan.
      You may be able to google VOX's article and get a link to plug in your income to check for yourself. Also, Gryphen did have a link to it in an article on this blog, you may be able to track it down that way easier.

    3. Anonymous12:09 PM

      The biggest problem with the ACA is self-employed people who make too much for subsidies. They pay exorbitant premiums with huge deductibles. How is this encouraging entrepreneurship?

    4. Anonymous12:49 PM

      Countries that have free college tuition also have tracking that begins at a much earlier age and good UNIONized trade jobs. They don't think everyone needs a college degree to get a decent job, and college isn't just job training.

    5. Anonymous12:50 PM

      Well that took 3 seconds:

    6. Anonymous12:59 PM

      Meh, over all, one from column A or from B. Either taxes or private services. Free tuition or pay for college. taxes or bad roads(which translates into higher car repair bills and more time on the roads.) Life isn't free - suck it up, buttercup.

    7. Anonymous1:04 PM

      Here's the link. My taxes went up so much under Bernie's plan:

    8. Anonymous1:29 PM

      @anon 12:59pm
      I already put myself through college, then I put my six kids through college and have college funds for my Grandkids. I don't care to put your family through college, suck it up and do it yourself.

    9. Anonymous4:21 PM

      @ 12:59pm
      Well there ya go, just move your own money around and pay for things yourself.

    10. Anonymous9:02 PM

      The difference is that in countries where university and health care are free people don't worship money or respect people simply because they're wealthy. Their focus is on quality of life. The US has always been a dog-eat-dog society where the laws allow shysters to thrive. Sanders won't undo that, nobody will, it would take the whole country to change.

  22. Anonymous10:24 AM

    Our President Disagrees:
    AP "Obama Declines to Declare Clinton the Nominee"
    Asked whether he think Sanders should call it quits, Obama says "let's let the process play itself out."

    1. Anonymous11:09 AM

      Do you really think the POTUS is going to say anything different?

    2. Anonymous12:03 PM

      President Obama is in a tough spot....he has to be very careful and he will be throughout this process.

      But, once Hillary Clinton is named the nominee - I'll bet he publically supports her 100%! He knows she's more than capable for the job where Trump doesn't have a friggin' clue!

    3. Anonymous8:56 PM

      Obama already said he thought Hillary would make an excellent POTUS.

      He has said zip about Sanders.

      What more does anyone want?

  23. Anonymous10:58 AM

    My god, Bernie's constant whining is tiresome. Man up, you sniveling old fool.

  24. Anonymous11:32 AM

    Would it be inappropriate to tell Bernie and his ugly ass wife to go fuc_ themselves?

    1. Anonymous11:47 AM

      What's inappropriate is your sexist fixation on women's looks. It's uncool to bay on and on about any political figure's appearance, but as long as you're doing it, it's especially telling that you're focusing on what his wife looks like and ignoring his own face.

    2. Anonymous12:11 PM

      Probably, but since you aren't running for office it's no different than when the Bernie Bros have called Hillary an ugly old fat hag and then now they finally realized that uglier hag Jane is fatter and older.
      So now the "concern" Berns are getting upset with any comments about Jane's looks but can't seem to understand they set the tome already. BTW Hillary has taken that crap for decades and can handle it, but I doubt Baby Jane can.

    3. Anonymous1:04 PM

      "They do it too" is a child's argument.

  25. Anonymous12:00 PM

    It's way past time the media/journalists start dicing and splicing Bernie Sanders!

    The guy is NOT a Democrat and he's purposefully dividing the party!

    Ride his ass out of town on a fucking rail!

    Hillary Clinton is superior to him in every way - especially as to experience, knowledge and knowing how to get things done. Check his history/background - he doesn't!

    1. Anonymous11:49 PM

      No, it is time for Hillary to concede the race. All the polls for months have been showing that she beats the Donald with a small margin compared to Sanders. Also, the independents favor Bernie 70 to 30 over Hillary.

      Bernie has a stronger chance in the general election of defeating Trump, and he does not have to face the FBI which means he can focus 100% on campaigning and then holding office!

      Check out Bernie's history right here:

    2. Anonymous8:29 AM

      That's some great democracy you have there, 11:49. Ignore the fact that Clinton has millions more votes than Sanders and declare him the winner. I though Sanders was all about the will of the people.

  26. Crystal Sage12:04 PM

    Strange that Bernie was never part of the Democratic Party, but joined in order to run for president under its banner and now, complains about the party policies. Those forty names he offered cause some issues. Are they newbie Democrats like Bernie? Have they been involved in the process in a meaningful way? Or are they spoilers? Somehow, I think Bernie's suggested members of the committee were offered in order to push his agenda for the transformation of the Democratic Party which is Bernie's goal all along.

  27. Anonymous12:14 PM

    Reading these comments makes me realized many of the Clinton supporters responding here are very interchangeable with Trump supporters, thats disturbing.

    1. Anonymous1:01 PM

      It's only one person.

    2. Anonymous1:06 PM

      That's so funny because I was going to write the same about Berners & Trumpers! The Paulite wing of Bernie's campaigners sounds misogynistic and so like The Donald.

  28. Anonymous1:05 PM

    Hardly, 12:14 PM! You, my dear, are an idiot! You know not what you speak is very clear!

  29. Anonymous2:06 PM

    If I were an advisor to Hillary Clinton, I'd suggest she go totally after Trump and drop ANY mention or emphasis on The Bern in the Ass!

    He really is irrelevant and is just trying to split the Democratic party when he isn't even a Democrat! He's a jerk and only concerned about the continued recognition of he and his wife!

    1. Anonymous2:50 PM

      I agree, though Hillary has already shifted her campaign to go after Trump.

  30. Anonymous4:04 PM

    I'd like to go into a Sanders crowd and ask young women to reconcile the repulsive, perverted and dangerous things that Sanders wrote about women when he was in his thirties.

    'Women with cervical cancer seem to be sexually maladjusted....'

    I can't even.

  31. Anita Winecooler6:04 PM

    Rachel is interviewing Bernie, what a doosie! The last part, especially. He was asked about the protesters at Hillary's event, screaming liar liar, etc. etc. He said he doesn't want his supporters interrupting outside, he doesn't want them disrupting, but doesn't mind them calling her names, carrying signs etc. outside. He also said he'd do anything in his power to not allow Trump to be potus.
    Crickets chirping on uniting the Democratic party.

  32. All of this makes me think Bernie's campaign may have been captured to a certain extent by anyone thinking his effort would ruin Clinton's chances. That would explain a lot of the violence. I think generally Bernie fans are more mellow than violent in nature.

  33. Anonymous11:42 PM

    I don't know what news report you've been reading about this story, but weren't the protesters LATINOS that were upset with HRC's attempts to assimilate their culture on Cinco de Mayo? Yet another instance of Hillary not understanding the "common man". Let's face it, Hillary is disconnected from the average citizen.

    1. Anonymous8:27 AM

      They were protesting Hillary Clinton, period. Do you think it would have mattered if she had come the day before or the day after?


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