Thursday, May 05, 2016

Hillary Clinton's new anti-Trump ads simply use the words of other Republicans, and of course his own words, against him.

Ouch!

There is also this one that was just released.

I think using statement from Republicans about Trump is brilliant.

However I also know for a fact that Trump plans to do the same thing using Berni Sanders statement against Hillary in HIS ads. Which is just another reason for Bernie to shut the fuck up at this point.

103 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:37 AM

    You did it now! Bernie bots are going to lose their shit over your comment.

    HeidiWY

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  2. Anonymous8:44 AM

    LMAO. Bernie, STFU!!!!

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  3. Anonymous8:49 AM

    NY Time upshot - new- Clinton 347, Trump 191 https://twitter.com/upshotnyt/status/728261984131665920

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  4. Anonymous8:55 AM

    Mirror Mirror on the Wall, America….

    …Who’s the ugliest of us all?

    In case there was ever any doubt about our unvarnished national character, the conclusion of the Republican Party nomination Tuesday night, laid it bare for all to see. One of only 2 viable political parties within the sole superpower on this planet, that wields thousands of nuclear weapons, decided in a delirious fit of racial and xenophobic apoplexy, to put a madman just one ballot round in line to ascend the presidency!

    ****

    Yes, only 10 million Americans actually cast ballots to nominate Donald Trump to be flag bearer of the Republican Party, but with party Chair Reince Priebus’ seal of approval, that outcome multiplies to represent the will of a good half of this country. Let that sink in.

    ****

    While the other half of us recoil at the sheer horror that the existential threat of Trump’s endorsed candidacy portends, we’ve seen in the last 24 hours the utter venality of the Republican Party and its media minions on full display. Country be damned. The people be damned. Global alliances be damned. Competency? Who needs that? Wheeeeee, Trump is a giant amusement park rodeo they must ride all the way to the White House. And the hordes fueling this putrid dough of a a candidate? Who cares! Just feed them more bigotry. Nothing matters but naked power. This is one fucking ugly country!

    more...

    https://theobamadiary.com/2016/05/05/mirror-mirror-on-the-wall-america/

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    1. 66gardeners10:48 AM

      Let us never waver in shaming those Trump voters until the day they die.

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  5. Anonymous9:01 AM

    Donald Trump will not be president: History, polling data and demographics all point to a single result

    You won't have to move to Canada. Trump is more likely to lose in a historic rout than he is to win the White House

    http://www.salon.com/2016/05/05/donald_trump_will_not_be_president_history_polling_data_and_demographics_all_point_to_a_single_result_partner/

    The GOP’s brutal reality check: Seth Meyers just dropped some hard truths about Donald Trump

    "They're handing their nomination to a race-baiting, xenophobic serial liar who peddles conspiracy theories"

    http://www.salon.com/2016/05/05/the_gops_brutal_reality_check_seth_meyers_just_dropped_some_hard_truths_about_donald_trump/

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    1. Anonymous7:12 PM

      Just in case, I'm not canceling my regular real estate email updates from Nova Scotia.

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  6. Anonymous9:02 AM

    No living President will attend the GOP convention! Sorry, Trump! http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/no-gop-convention-george-bush-222850

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    1. Anonymous10:04 AM

      And Romney refuses to attend, too.

      Will there be a third party? Hmmm.

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    2. Anonymous10:18 AM

      Even the wannabes are ditching. Ann and the Mittster just bailed on it, also too.

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    3. At the rate they're bailing, I can see the RNC inviting Palin to speak. They aren't going to have that many of the party elite left.

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  7. Anonymous9:04 AM

    The new mess Republicans have created for themselves: Clinton’s brutal anti-Trump ad highlights why the GOP can’t plausibly endorse Trump

    http://www.salon.com/2016/05/05/the_new_mess_republicans_have_created_for_themselves_clintons_brutal_anti_trump_highlights_why_the_gop_cant_plausibly_endorse_trump/

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  8. Anonymous9:07 AM

    Bernie bots are 99.99% plants by Trump and Clinton.

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    1. Anonymous9:27 AM

      Proof? No.

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    2. Anonymous9:36 AM

      Why would that be? I am for Hillary, but I would never pretend to be for another candidate!

      No,I posit this: in the same way Trump's candidacy has brought the racists out, Bernie's and Trump's candidacies has brought the misogynists out into the open, too. Too many avid Sanders supporters (the Paulite wing?) who are identifiable on social media--with their real names--ascribe to misogynist views. (I do NOT think all Sanders supporters are misogynists, by the way. Nor do I think if you support Clinton it automatically means you're not a misogynist. I only know what I've read online & heard on the media--& the hateful insults hurled at me here by supposed Bernie & Trump allies.)

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    3. Anonymous10:28 AM

      Bernie bots are 99.99% plants by Trump and Clinton.

      I would correct that statement by removing "Trump and Clinton" and replacing it with "David Brock and his superpac Correct the Record"

      People have been aware of it since late last year but no one wants to believe that dirty tricks are being played by one Democratic candidate against another Democratic candidate.

      GASP! Clutching my pearls. Where's my fainting couch?

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    4. Anonymous10:35 AM

      Proof? It's common sense.

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    5. Anonymous10:54 AM

      I see - no proof needed? Crazy conspiracies are HERE! Hahaha.

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    6. Anonymous10:56 AM

      10:35AM

      No, it's not common sense (something you even understand or have).

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  9. Anonymous9:11 AM

    THIS is what is really scary! People have such short term memories and he can lull them quickly into, 'aww, he's not so bad...'

    ...Although Trump has wavered in his execution, the pivot has been obvious. And now that he’s running virtually uncontested, you can expect more of this. During his speech last night, for example, there was no talk of Muslims and luxurious walls on the Southern border; instead, he focused on trade and a kind of half-baked economic nationalism. The rhetoric, though, was far less divisive. This is Trump transitioning to general election mode.

    http://www.salon.com/2016/05/05/let_this_sink_in_the_republican_party_has_chosen_a_birther_as_its_presidential_candidate/

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    1. Anonymous9:46 AM

      This is a huge concern for me as well. He will strive to seem reasonable and presidential, but it's all a facade of epic proportions. Unfortunately, people will buy it and vote for him. They'll rationize and make excuses for his abhorrent primary behavior and we'll end up with Dems voting for him, too. Scary prospect when a con man runs a con and gets away with it. In this case the stakes are astronomical.

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    2. 66gardeners10:52 AM

      Trump may be able to pull off sounding calm and rational, the substance, however, will always be lacking. Trump does not read and is terribly uninformed.

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    3. Anonymous11:11 AM

      FACTS:
      http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/05/donald-trump-2016-contradictions-213869

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  10. Anonymous9:12 AM

    Let this sink in... only 10 million people voted for this POS. 10 million as opposed to how many hundred million people there are in the US. These idiots and the worse idiots who stayed home chose this buffoon to be with in a ballot box of running the world's only true super power with the ability to wipe all life off the planet. A madman at the helm. Let that sink in DEEP folks, because that is what we on the opposite divide are working against.

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    1. Anonymous9:36 AM

      Yes! Great point!

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    2. Anonymous9:50 AM

      The sky is falling!! lol.

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    3. Anonymous10:17 AM

      9:50 PM lol must be the most favorite 3 letters in your sorry vocabulary, is that why you use it so much? Do you get your 'jollies' by posting your nonsense here? Grow up, clown.

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    4. Anonymous10:47 AM

      9:50 - Lol, damn, you're a dumb child. How old are you child? You come across as stupid as Sarah Palin or Bristol.

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    5. Anonymous11:08 AM

      The sky is falling, the sky is falling!! lol lol.

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    6. Anonymous11:30 AM

      11:08

      Lol, doubling down on the childish idiocy I see. It's all you have. Life must be tough going through it with a 70 point IQ. My sympathies. Post again but raise it to three (3 follows 2). You know you want to. It's how you get your jollies and broadcast to others your limitations.

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    7. Anonymous12:10 PM

      11:30 - Sarah Palin's IQ is 83. Is that your IQ, too? Hmmm, seems like it!

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    8. Anonymous12:19 PM

      Gosh yer smurt 11:30 yuk yuk.

      The sky is falling!!!

      President Trump!!

      lol.

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    9. Anonymous12:41 PM

      What we have at 12:19 is an example of a Trump supporter. As you pull them out you can really see how feeble minded and childish they are. They demonstrate the Dunning-Kruger effect perfectly.

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    10. Anonymous7:16 PM

      But the nominee is supposed to be chosen by party members and only 20% or so of voters identify as Republican. More than 10 million for sure, but nowhere near half the country.

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  11. Anonymous9:15 AM

    Haha and chris mathews talks about t rump wife as a sexual object. Wow, are we gonna hear every news guy begin this? Ugh t rump pos!

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    1. Anonymous10:56 AM

      Meh, Chris Matthews also felt a thrill up his leg when he was covering then Senator Obama.

      The man has a thing for good-looking people.

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    2. Anonymous3:23 PM

      and you two get off talking about what thrills Chris Matthews

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  12. Anonymous9:24 AM

    AZ-Sen: Recording Of McCain (R) Admitting Trump Would Hurt His Re-Election Bid Surfaces



    Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) acknowledged last month that with Donald Trump at the top of the Republican ticket, he could have to fight for his Senate seat harder than ever before, according to a recording from an Arizona fundraiser obtained by Politico.

    "Have no doubt that if it is Donald Trump at the top of the ticket, here in Arizona, with over 30 percent of the vote being the Hispanic vote, no doubt that this may be the race of my life," McCain said in the recording published by Politico on Thursday morning.

    McCain said that if you "listen or watch Hispanic media in the state and in the country, you will see that it is all anti-Trump."


    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/5/5/1523478/-AZ-Sen-Recording-Of-McCain-R-Admitting-Trump-Would-Hurt-His-Re-Election-Bid-Surfaces

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    1. Anonymous10:19 AM

      Good, Johnny boy, you deserve to rot in Hell for all eternity for the horror you unleashed on our country.

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    2. Anonymous10:58 AM

      Country First, right Mr. McCain?

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    3. Anita Winecooler5:09 PM

      Seniletor McCain, of all people, opens his mouth on any subject. Have you no shame? When was the last time you and Sarah got together for moose hot dogs? Got some news for you, those weren't hot dogs.

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  13. Anonymous9:26 AM

    Vulnerable Senate Republicans grapple with running on the same ticket as 'he who must not be named'

    ...Not one Senate Republican up for reelection this November has openly, unreservedly endorsed Trump, a stunning situation for a party's nominee. Only Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) has formally backed him so far.

    What Sen. Kelly Ayotte's (R-N.H.) campaign said in a statement on Wednesday was typical of how her Republican colleagues are handling their standard bearer: She will "support the nominee," it said, without mentioning the word, "Trump." […]

    So did Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), one of the most endangered Republicans this fall.

    "As Ron has repeatedly said for months, he intends to support the Republican nominee, but he's focused on the concerns of Wisconsinites — not national political winds," said Brian Reisinger, spokesman for Johnson's reelection campaign.

    Trump is the new Voldemort, even for candidates in the reddest states, including North Dakota's Sen. John Hoeven. His spokesman says "I can tell you that he is not endorsing in the presidential race and that he will support the nominee of the party." A source supposedly close to Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) says "he wouldn't be endorsing Trump and didn't want to talk about him," but would "support the nominee." Ditto Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA), who "has said all along that he’ll support the ticket." North Carolina's Richard Burr was the only incumbent included in this story willing to utter the name. He tweeted "I look forward to working with Mr. Trump at the top of the ticket and to maintaining a #GOP Senate."

    But he doesn't look forward to it enough to be willing to go to the big Trump showcase at the Republican convention this summer. "Neither will Ayotte, Johnson or GOP Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, John McCain of Arizona, Mark Kirk of Illinois, Jerry Moran of Kansas or Roy Blunt of Missouri." Like that'll inoculate them. The denial here, it runs unbelievably deep. Like this, from Ohio's Rob Portman. "We just run our own campaign. ... We've been prepared to run ahead of the top of the ticket for the last year."

    If you don't say his name, no one will notice that he's running on the same ticket! Yeah, that'll work.

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/5/5/1523499/-Vulnerable-Senate-Republicans-grapple-with-running-on-the-same-ticket-as-he-who-must-not-be-named

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  14. Anonymous9:46 AM

    Kimmel did a sketch on how Trump is going to pick his VP-it is called "VP island" with as reality show format!!! Probable closing to the truth than we know.

    Agree Bernie needs to cut the lying about Hillary. Obviously he doesn't get how important this election is and I still think he is hiding something in his tax returns.

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  15. Anonymous9:50 AM

    Elected Official Trump Endorsement Scorecard

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/elected-official-trump-endorsement-scorecard

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  16. Anonymous9:51 AM

    Chris Mathews eliminates his own credibility.

    Trump should choose Sara Palin as vice president. Viciousness unparalleled.

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    1. Anonymous4:29 PM

      http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/chris-matthews-melania-trump-222827

      hot for her....

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    2. Anita Winecooler5:16 PM

      She's an entrmanure, alright. She's got a line of scarfs you can wear six ways, also jewelry hand made in china on QVC, and a website on how to polish chandeliers. Matthew's reaction is exactly why trump married her. Eye Candy.

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  17. Anonymous9:53 AM

    Clinton's dilemma: To punch or not to punch

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/hillary-clinton-donald-trump-election-strategy-222821#ixzz47nyZ47UD

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  18. Anonymous9:53 AM

    What the Kochs think about Trump now

    Top GOP officials are warming to the party's presumptive nominee, but the donor class remains unswayed.

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/trump-megadonors-koch-222825#ixzz47nyjkpkU

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    1. Kinda funny since in many ways the Kochs created Dullard Drumpf. And Sarah Palin.

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  19. Anonymous10:07 AM

    Looking good for Dems

    http://cookpolitical.com/story/9583

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  20. Anonymous10:35 AM

    Bernie needs to drop out now. He can never catch up and he is giving Donald all the ammunition he needs.

    Who knew Bernie would be bad for the election as now I see all the pathetic Berniebots whining that the election was rigged.

    I guess that's what happens when you end up with millions fewer votes.

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    1. Anonymous10:57 AM

      What difference 8 years make. When Clinton could not catch up in 2008,the Clinton supporters insisted it was good for the party for Clinton to stay in until the end. You are pathetic hypocrites to call for Sanders to drop out.

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    2. Anonymous11:07 AM

      Well, I disagree, 10:57. We are in a much more desperate time than in 2008. I don't think the world would have ended if McCain had won. Trump is an apocalyptic event waiting to happen. That's why we cannot wait around for Bernie's pyrrhic "civic exercise" to end UNLESS HE STOPS CRITICIZING OUR WINNER.

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    3. Anonymous11:45 AM

      Clinton was much closer to Obama at this point in the primary than Bernie is to Clinton. At one point, it looked like Clinton even was ahead in the "popular vote." Sanders doesn't have a chance.

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    4. Anonymous12:06 PM

      Hillary was ahead in the popular vote. You must not remember the PUMAs snatching themselves bald knowing she was ahead in the popular vote, behind in the delegate count, and even with all that going for her, conceded to Barack.

      "If you give the nomination to Obama, McCain will win!" said the crazy lady at the delegate litigation conference.

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    5. Anonymous12:15 PM

      Yes, yes, it's different! It's desperater times! It's ALL CAPS! Yawn. It's because it's your preferred candidate. Trump's no worse than Bush, McCain, Romney, and on and on back to Roosevelt.

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    6. Anonymous5:02 PM

      Donald starts receiving intelligence (as in CIA) reports as soon as he gets the nomination. Senator Murphy from Connecticut sits on the Intelligence Committee and fears Trump's lack of understanding of how the US government works will allow him to leak reports to the media if it serves him personally. Oh well, no worry on that one, right people?

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    7. Anonymous8:07 PM

      12:15 Trump has no understanding of how gov't works. The others on your list did. YES, IT'S DIFFERENT.

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    8. The ad uses Trump's words against him.

      Who cares what Bernie says?

      Now, if they made an ad using Clinton's words against her, that would be different.

      But using Bernie against Clinton is like using Ted or Christie against Trump. No one cares.

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  21. Anonymous10:41 AM

    A must read:

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/05/donald-trump-2016-contradictions-213869

    Can we label him schizoid Donnie?

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    1. Anonymous10:56 AM

      He is not well; he has mental health issues. It's pretty obvious. Crazy attracts the crazies.

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    2. Anonymous11:07 AM

      People better wake up from this..

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  22. 66gardeners10:47 AM

    What is the worst thing Bernie has said about Hillary? Probably that she is "unqualified" which is absolutely laughable. If that is the best Trump has, he needs new material. It will be difficult to come up with that.

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    1. Anonymous1:40 PM

      And I heard Bernie clarify that and Trump is using an old quote. And if Hillary gets the nod, of course Bernie will come right out and say she's qualified and Trump isn't.

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    2. Anonymous8:04 PM

      He'd better hurry!! What a creep.

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  23. Anonymous10:50 AM

    So now it's not just Bernie should drop out, Bernie should shut the fuck up. Clinton hit Obama hard all the way. It's disingenuous to call for her opponent to layup on her.

    If Clinton can't win the nomination or a general election against Donald Trump without needing Sanders to layup or take it easy on her, she doesn't deserve the nomination.

    You can't have it both ways. You can't claim she's super-tough and battle-hardened and ready to be president and call for her Sanders to do the equivalent of letting her finish the game hitting from the ladies' tees.

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    1. Anonymous11:11 AM

      Yes, I can say it. Here's why. Sanders has already lost. There's no numeric/legal path to any"victory"; the SDs cannot stand him.

      It's an all hands on deck situation; it's not 2008. THIS IS SERIOUS.

      Bernie is helping Trump now. That's all he's doing. If you think he's truly "shaping the platform," I think many Democrats would disagree, as the Democrats have had a great platform always.

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    2. Anonymous12:21 PM

      What you're saying is you think can't win the final unless her semi-final opponent lays up on her in the 3rd set. If she doesn't have the strength, stamina, resilience, money, whatever to fight a full primary and a general election, she isn't fit to be president.

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    3. Anonymous1:04 PM

      Oh please. Clinton is one of the most resilient politicians ever. She'll be fine. That doesn't mean she should be bashed by her opponent (who has no chance of winning).

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    4. Anonymous1:39 PM

      Clinton can handle Trump.And I do like Bernie. I just wish the timing of things were different. Now, Trump has six months to do the kind of learning that Sarah needed to cram in in just two months. She was far dumber than Trump and had a third of his time. If we had a Dem nominee right now, s/he could challenge Trump to debates right away and blow him away from day one. He got away with mo more debating when Cruz could have shown the public, more, what a know-nothing Trump is. I see Hillary or Bernie as winning any debates, but no debates will happen until after the Dem convention. Trump has the next months to get turned into enough of a true candidate Pygmalion style.

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    5. Anonymous2:09 PM

      Hillary bashed the shit out of Obama. I like it that Bernie is bashing the shit out of her. Even if he can't win, he should keep her "honest", as if that was even a possibility :-)

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    6. Anonymous6:12 PM

      I love how people fawn all over Bernie like he's everything that's pure and good in the world. It's so naive.

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    7. That's because Bernie has no right to speak or to run. Our Constitution and Bill of Rights in this country says that if you're not the winner, if you are not the chosen of the party you have no right to run and need to sit down and shut up and not say anything to question or damage the chosen one.

      Wait a minute.......

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  24. Anonymous10:54 AM

    2000: "The 3rd party candidate hurt the Democrats. He should have run as a Democrat in the primary.
    2016: "The 3rd party candidate running in the primary as a Democrat is hurting the Democrats."

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    1. Anonymous11:14 AM

      2000 - At least Nader was a true Independent, and ran as one.
      2016: Bernie is a fake Democrat and a real Independent; he's even described as an Independent on his current official senate profile. http://www.sanders.senate.gov/about

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    2. Anonymous11:46 AM

      Nader lost a lot of good will and respect during his candidacy.

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    3. Anonymous12:54 PM

      Bernie Sanders, unlike Ralph Nader, has used the Democratic Party. He'll never be a Democrat; in fact, he's running for reelection to the Senate as an independent.
      Beaglemom

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  25. Anonymous10:59 AM

    I wondered in jest if Trump may pick a super model as VP. What about Kendall Jenner half sister to the Kardashians who is young , beautiful and having success as a runway and fashion model. I am waiting to hear which rich smart business friends he plans on having make Ameriva great again too.

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    1. Anonymous11:37 AM

      He should pick Caitlyn Jenner, a Republican and another reality show star.

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    2. Anonymous12:52 PM

      I don't think Kendall Jenner is old enough. Maybe he'll pick Kim. She'd suit him perfectly: vulgar, homely and ignorant.
      Beaglemom

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    3. Anonymous2:08 PM

      Kaitlyn Kardashian, a chick with a dick who also happens to support the party that really doesn't like his kind.

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    4. Anonymous6:11 PM

      She's a she. She's an idiot, she's still a she. Don't be an asshole.

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  26. Anonymous11:41 AM

    WIN CA -HRC!
    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/05/05/cash-crunch-complicates-bernie-sanders-california-comeback-dreams.html

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  27. Anonymous11:45 AM

    It is just a matter of time before Trump uses Bernie Sanders words against Secretary Clinton.

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    1. Anonymous12:07 PM

      Trump has already done it in speeches this week!!!!

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    2. Anonymous3:27 PM

      No comparison to what Trump's GOP opponents words against dump

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    3. Who cares?

      Let him use Hillary's words against her.

      Otherwise it's just like using Cruz's or Christie's words against Trump. Except Bernie has never said anything against Hillary as bad, rude or insulting as Trump's opponents have said against him.

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  28. Anonymous12:04 PM

    A follow up for ya G:

    Artist attacked by a Trump fanatic over painting of naked Donald called 'Micro Penis'

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/5/5/1523516/-Trump-fanatic-sucker-punches-artist-in-the-face-over-painting-of-Naked-Trump-Micro-Penis

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  29. Anonymous12:20 PM

    Anything Bernie says/has said about your sweetheart has been the truth. It baffles me that so many people don't give a shit. Are you really saying that she shouldn't have had any opposition? Really? It's all out there, for anyone who cares to research it. I know she assumed that nobody would challenge her for the office, but someone did. He told the truth about her, and I guess whatever negatives came out about her would be HER fault, wouldn't it?

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    1. Anonymous3:29 PM

      you are one miserable SOB

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    2. Anonymous6:10 PM

      Seriously. What an ass.

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    3. Anonymous8:15 PM

      Seriously, how dare you have an opinion that differs from the Star of Wasilla. Lmao. Is anyone up there normal? I'm starting to think they're all related. Any of em. All of em!

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  30. Slightly OT, Bushes won't endorse Trump [WaPo]

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  31. Anonymous12:51 PM

    We have almost six months left until the 2016 election. This election cycle actually began by mid-2015. How will any of us survive with our brains intact if we have to listen to or look at Donald Trump non-stop until then? He's already almost always featured in two or three of the NY Times headlines (international edition) every day. Yikes!!!
    Beaglemom

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  32. Anonymous1:29 PM

    Where is the "jarnie" "baby jane" troll?

    This thread is sputtering to a halt without her.

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  33. Anonymous2:07 PM

    Are we still arguing about who is voting for whom? I mean really, don't 90% of us have our minds made up at this point?

    Summer is here, and I think like most families, summer is for travel and fun and very little time for reading the news or paying attention to anything but vacation time for the next 4 months.

    There is very little time for watching politics. Minds are made up, anything that happens from May-October is just noise and then we vote.

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    1. Anonymous8:17 PM

      The regulars here would rather sit around pissing and moaning than get their butts outside and do something fun... you can tell by their pasty white faces and ingrown hairs.

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  34. Anita Winecooler5:27 PM

    What's best about the ads is they're verbatim from his own party. I can't wait till she debates him one on one, show him how much is't rigged. Can he send a surrogate in to do the heavy lifting? Or will we hear a litany of "I'll find one and get back to ya, wink"

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  35. Anonymous6:46 PM

    Yes, Bernie should shut up. I suggest he simply tweet, repeatedly, that wedding photo of the Trumps chumming it up with their true fellow oligarchian Wall Street peers, the Clintons. With the caption NO COMMENT.

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    1. Anonymous7:59 PM

      The FEC says Bernie's campaign won't be able to pay for the Rome trip-- gotta come from his own wallet.Poor Bernie! Pope stalking ain't cheap!

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  36. Anonymous7:38 PM

    Good.

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  37. Anonymous8:21 PM

    Dear Bernie, Thanks but I'm Done https://medium.com/@Boo_Radley/dear-bernie-thanks-but-im-done-6c6bc6e23993#.sxpk9mttr

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