Thursday, June 23, 2016

Sorry Bernie-bots it looks like Sanders is finally admitting that he doesn't need your 27 dollar donations anymore.

I like how he admits up front that he will not be the nominee, and then goes on to kvetch about the process.

But then there is also this.
It sounds like Sanders might be wrapping this thing up before the convention.

If so there is going to be a veritable flood of Sanders supporter tears washing through the inter-tubes tomorrow. 

65 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:16 AM

    The rump teleprompter? LOL. He cant even read it! he be the worst candidate in usa history.

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  2. Anonymous2:17 AM

    The Bernie is 100x the man than teleprompt trump and will be a great VP.

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    1. Anonymous9:07 AM

      He is not going to be VP in 2016, but maybe someone with pick him in 2024.

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    2. Anonymous11:31 AM

      Bernie will very likely be dead by 2024!

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    3. Anonymous3:52 PM

      @anon 9:07am
      We can only hope that there will be him and every other misogynist gone by 2024.

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  3. Anonymous3:06 AM

    Bernie gave it his very best bucket-list shot with this run for Independent POTUS. 2016 was his last chance to do so and he did.

    I feel fairly certain that Jane encouraged this hard run because that is what some spouses do when it (something) is the last chance to 'grab the brass ring.' Bye Bernie.

    VOTE for Democrats in November, local county, state, and Hillary for POTUS. Please kick the dunder-headed obstructionist GOTP'ers (teapeople) out, way out!

    dowl

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    1. Anonymous10:57 AM

      Bernie just decided to follow the Ron Paul retirement plan. Now he has his stash of 10 million to retire on.

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    2. Anonymous11:34 AM

      Oh bullshit. Another smear on the Sanders'.

      The FEC describes the permissible uses of campaign funds at the link below on pp.51-57 (pdf pp 61-67). Pp 117-121 (pdf pp 127 -131) describe winding down activity post-election. Pro Tip - and there's no doubt you already know this - candidates can't use campaign money for their retirement.

      http://www.fec.gov/pdf/candgui.pdf

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    3. Anonymous2:07 PM

      It's called brand-building, 11:34.

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    4. Anonymous3:51 PM

      @ anon 11:34 am
      Better check that law and read a bit more, once the presidential campaign is done it is their money to do what they wish with. Now run along and take your ass berned out ass to spread more lies elsewhere.

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  4. Anonymous3:35 AM

    Is that his concession speech ? It APPEARS I am not going to be the nominee?

    A little slow on the uptake, at least he doesn't have to worry about looking for those pesky tax returns.

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  5. Anonymous3:56 AM

    Way to go out with a whimper instead of a bang. He stayed too long and lost his leverage -- all because he started believing what his fans said about him and couldn't parse reality. A cautionary tale.

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  6. Anonymous4:19 AM

    Do you mean this may no longer be accurate? http://www.cartoonistgroup.com/store/add.php?iid=145076

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  7. Anonymous4:33 AM

    "If so there is going to be a veritable flood of Sanders supporter tears washing through the inter-tubes tomorrow." or NOT

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  8. Anonymous4:48 AM

    I'll admit I haven't been paying much attention to Bernie lately, but hasn't he done this a couple of times already? I thought he had a video speech about this and maybe another speech about how the "revolution" continues? Go home, Bernie, you're senile.

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    1. Anonymous9:09 AM

      I paid attention that he hid out in Vermont last week instead of supporting the Democratic fillibuster in the Senate.

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    2. Anonymous10:08 AM

      Yes 9.09, you've made that boring point umpteen times now. Give it up will you.

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    3. Anonymous10:48 AM

      No reason for 9:09 to give it up. It matters.

      Bernie talks and talks. He doesn't do.

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    4. Anonymous10:52 AM

      @anon
      I have no intention of doing so. Why does the truth bother you so much?

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  9. Anonymous5:04 AM

    You really are a dick, I'm convinced of it now.

    Not a good showing on your part, Gryph.

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    1. Anonymous5:59 AM

      Yeah right, after all Bernie hasn't been bothered to concede,so he is still taking in donations.

      Wouldn't want to discourage Bernie-bots from sending more money with this posting.

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    2. Anonymous6:07 AM

      Don't take your frustration from feeling the bern out on Gryphen

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    3. Anonymous9:10 AM

      Is that you Celia? Why do you need to troll Gryphen's blog? Is it because no one reads yours?

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    4. Anonymous9:26 AM

      Yeah, just send Bernard and Baby Jane some more $$$$$$$, they haven't had a huge grift since Jane defrauded Burlington college.

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  10. Anonymous5:12 AM

    '''Bernie Sanders just announced an event in NY tomorrow titled "Where We Go From Here": '''

    I know where he should go from here. he should get back to the Senate, and do his job.

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  11. Anonymous5:17 AM

    O/T Kaine rises to top of Clinton's veep list

    Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine is emerging as the leading candidate atop Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential short list, according to Democratic allies and operatives close to the campaign.

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren and HUD Secretary Julian Castro are also top prospects for the Democratic ticket — both representing nods to important Democratic constituencies.

    But they have serious drawbacks that make them less appealing for Clinton than the Spanish-speaking, Terry McAuliffe-endorsed, former missionary and swing state governor, who was a finalist in Barack Obama’s vice presidential vetting process eight years ago.

    Kaine currently towers over other top-tier candidates still in consideration like New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, Labor Secretary Tom Perez, California Rep. Xavier Becerra and Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown......



    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/06/kaine-rises-to-top-of-clintons-veep-list-224702#ixzz4CPL65wiJ

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  12. Anonymous5:30 AM

    NO DON'T LET THAT SOCIALIST BE IN CHARGE OF EDUCATION!

    We know what his wife did to Burlington College. She ran it to the ground, it is closing and she took $200,000.

    PLUS NOBODY LIKES HIM!


    The Hill:

    Bernie Sanders’s awkward return to the Senate
    June 23, 2016

    ... But as the votes dragged on, Sanders didn’t gravitate to any of the friendly huddles of lawmakers. He got into an animated conversation with Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), two strong allies of Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee. The conversation didn’t seem especially jovial; Sanders still has not dropped out of the presidential race...

    In an interview with C-SPAN released Wednesday, Sanders said he wants to lead the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee, which has jurisdiction over many of the health and educational issues he has raised during his campaign.

    “Bernie seems startled that people aren’t more deferential,” observed one Senate Democrat, who noted that Sanders was waiting for colleagues to come to him instead of going to them to initiate friendly chatter. “He thinks he’s bigger than just the Senate. He’s the head of a movement and his colleagues aren’t quite there.”

    The notion that the White House hopeful is holding himself higher than his colleagues is reinforced by his decision to keep his Secret Service detail, at the reported cost of $38,000 a day — a subject of some grumbling among colleagues.

    Sanders pulled up to the Capitol for a vote Wednesday morning in his motorcade, with police lights flashing and sirens wailing....

    http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/284552-bernie-sanderss-awkward-return-to-the-senate#

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    1. Anonymous10:10 AM

      I like him.

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    2. Anonymous11:27 AM

      I don't see Hillary Clinton putting Bernie anywhere in her Administration!

      He'd be the last person she should include - but, don't think she has to be told that.

      Bernie and Jane have gotten huge heads in the primary and are nowhere near as important as they think they are.

      He never has had the majority of voters behind him.

      And, he's NOT a Democrat! They should have kicked his ass out of the party!

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    3. Anonymous11:27 AM

      @anon 10:10am
      I am sure he thanks you for padding his retirement fund.

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    4. Anonymous11:36 AM

      Oh bullshit. Several other news outlet reported he was greeted warmly. He got cheers when he went into the House chamber to support the sit-in.

      What you Clinton supporters are about is seeing Sanders humiliated like Clinton was in 2008. Not gonna happen. Sanders is influential and powerful. Deal with it.

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    5. Anonymous12:16 PM

      So sick of Bernie. Hope my ego is not that inflated when I'm 75.#MeMeMe

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  13. Anonymous5:36 AM

    COMMENTS FROM POST:

    "Bernie Sanders’s awkward return to the Senate"

    #1 PrincetonPoliticalPundit
    an hour ago-

    15 minutes of fame is over - Bernie - now get over it

    #2 Mace Dindu
    an hour ago-

    Get back to work, Bernie.

    #3 julian tellez
    an hour ago-

    That message has been less enthusiastically received in the Senate, where lawmakers often note that Sanders enjoys the full privileges of membership in the Democratic caucus even though he is technically an independent.
    This bastard has done a lot of damage to the Dems. He was running as a Dem out of convenience, he's not a Dem, will never be one.

    #4 Fred-qwerty
    an hour ago-

    Bernie won't formally withdraw from the race, because doing so would mean the end of his Secret Service protection and he really enjoys the illusion that he is important.

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  14. Anonymous5:40 AM

    "Where we go from here" speech
    ------------
    Return to the senate as the Independent he always has been.

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    1. Anonymous6:07 AM

      "Where we go from here"?

      Retire Old Man

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  15. Anonymous5:47 AM

    Bernie Sanders admitted he will not be the Democratic Party nominee.

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Why won't he give up his expensive Secret Service detail?

    THE HILL:
    ... The notion that the White House hopeful is holding himself higher than his colleagues is reinforced by his decision to keep his Secret Service detail, at the reported cost of $38,000 a day — a subject of some grumbling among colleagues.

    Sanders pulled up to the Capitol for a vote Wednesday morning in his motorcade, with police lights flashing and sirens wailing. The pomp didn’t necessarily befit a vote on an amendment to the commerce, justice and science appropriations bill...

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    1. Anonymous11:22 AM

      This 'act' of Bernie Sanders is a joke! He and Jane obviously think they are pretty special - which they are NOT thought of by the majority of Americans!

      Hillary Clinton is the correct choice of the majority. And, she is more than the right choice to have up against Trump!

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    2. Anonymous11:39 AM

      But Clinton pulling up in her motorcade with lights flashing to attend the Dem lunch yesterday was A-OK, I guess. You Clintonites and your double standards. Sanders is entitled to a Secret Service detail until he concedes.

      Sorest winners ever.

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    3. Anonymous12:48 PM

      HRC is a former First Lady, 11:39.

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  16. Anonymous6:00 AM

    RRRRRrrrrrr WEEEEE WEEEEEEE

    PULL OVER NOW BITCH!

    MOVE OVER YOU PEASANT!

    BERNIE AND JANE ARE COMING THROUGH!

    "Sanders pulled up to the Capitol for a vote Wednesday morning in his motorcade, with police lights flashing and sirens wailing. The pomp didn’t necessarily befit a vote."

    Pomp Definition:
    Ceremony and splendid display, especially at a public event.

    synonyms: ceremony, ceremonial, solemnity, ritual, display, spectacle, pageantry

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  17. Anonymous6:25 AM

    It is ironic Bernie Sanders campaigned on the injustice African-Americans experienced by law enforcement but he uses law enforcement to pull people over so he can speed down streets like he's going to a fire. Sanders is a public servant acting as if he is important.

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    1. Anonymous7:55 AM

      Bernie Sanders was reluctant to campaign about police injustice to African-Americans. He at first dismissed the BLM saying that it was really a matter of income inequality. That may be so but too many African-Americans are brutalized or killed by police; that immediate issue Bernie Sanders was slow to take on.
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous9:19 AM

      @Beaglemom
      Income inequality doesn't mean shit. My multimillionaire black BIL has been detained for walking while black in his exclusive neighborhood in a very progressive state. Though now the local police are well aware of when they get a call a new white person has moved on in because ( gasp) they get police calls about a very scary black person scoping out their new home. Of course that "scary black person" is just an older black man walking his dog in the evening down to the park like all the white dog walkers are doing. Over the yrs he has been slammed to the ground, detained in a police car while cuffed, had his dog taken by animal services while he sat in a police car, cuffed cuffed and frisked multiple times, been frisked separately many times....and it has had nothing to do with his income level, ever.

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    3. Anonymous10:52 AM

      Income inequality does mean shit. It's just that it's not an explanation for RACISM, which also exists in massive amounts beyond income inequality. And if Bernie hasn't figured that out after all these years, he's the slowest progressive I've ever seen.

      Only from an old white guy. Only from an old white guy.

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  18. Obviously the people who visit this site are mostly old white women. This link should tell you how out of touch with the country your incessant, infantile Bernie bashing.
    http://amusmentic.com/44-percent-democrats-want-sanders-make-independent-run-white-house/

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    1. Anonymous9:25 AM

      Actually I am a US army veteran from a military family. I am not white and I guess if you consider yourself old then I too am old.
      Bernie really can't run in this election as an indy and have any success. IN multiple states you cannot run under more than one party in one election. Maybe you should read up on elections and someday you may understand that not everyone thinks like you old white men. And, if you really think that Bernie would pull 44 percent of the Democratic vote you are either mentally limited or just naive.
      BTW This old woman runs a cattle and horse ranch on a daily basis, a property management firm, and I am enjoying a wonderful semi retirement after selling a commercial construction business where I am still on the payroll during the changeover. And, I for one, am tired of you Bernie bots and your misogynistic statements.

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    2. Anonymous11:18 AM

      Bernie and Jane will NEVER win the White House!

      Thank God, Hillary Clinton WILL and I look forward to supporting her!

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    3. Anonymous11:26 AM

      Yah, how darn us women folk think for ourselves when you are around to tell us exactly how to think! we should be just sitting around waiting while clutching our pearls waiting for a old white guy like you to tell us how to think huh?

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    4. Anonymous12:19 PM

      I am a mixed race person, Andrew, who is a First Nation member. Sorry to learn that in addition to being so stupid you are also a misogynist.

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    5. Anonymous3:53 PM

      No response Andrew? You must not be up for the task of debating women huh?

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    6. Anonymous4:16 PM

      You took the words right outta my mouth, 11:26! Andrew is a jerk.

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    7. Anonymous4:47 PM

      Obviously, depending on your definition of "old" and "white".

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  19. Anonymous8:12 AM

    No tears from me, I appreciate everything he's done along the way and unfortunately we don't always end up with our candidate on the ticket, but who knows, in 2020 perhaps we'll end up with someone to vote for.

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  20. Anonymous9:01 AM

    The event should be called "Where Do We Go From Here?" with the theme song "Follow The Yellow Brick Road".

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    1. Anonymous10:59 AM

      Maybe someone will recite the "Emperor With No clothes" as Bernie stands up flailing his little fingers around?

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  21. Anonymous9:57 AM

    Anonymous 6:00 you think you are funny. I'm pissed. I heard sirens, pulled over, then I seen blue and red lights and I along with other people moved over thinking it was a life and death situation. It was only Jane Sanders and Bernie Sanders's gold SUV in a motorcade of police cars and black Suburbans. I caught a glimpse of their smug faces as they drove by.

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    1. Anonymous10:55 AM

      Sorry you were stopped during your way to work, since unlike Bernie it probably matters to your employer if you show up and show up on time.

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    2. Anonymous4:56 PM

      That's funny because there's a commenter on The Hill who says he was there but filmed the arrival and there were no lights or sirens.

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    3. Anonymous5:31 PM

      @anon 4:56pm
      Do you think that Bernie and baby Jane got in the motorcade a block away? Or do you think they drove there from the airport or hotel? Did your one observer follow them the whole way? Are you that retarded? Or have you just smoked too much dope?

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  22. Anonymous10:19 AM

    Bernie Sanders: Here’s what we want

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2016/06/23/bernie-sanders-heres-what-we-want/

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  23. Anonymous11:14 AM

    Legally - how much of the money raised for Bernie's campaign do he and Jane have access to for the rest of their lives?

    Have always been curious about it. According to the law - is the point?

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    1. Anonymous12:22 PM

      They are making a profit! Why do you think so many ran on the GOP side at first? Why does Huckabee run each cycle? It's a money-making, brand-building business.,Bernie wants money out of politics? Yeah, right.

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    2. Anonymous3:46 PM

      All of it, once the presidential campaign is done the account is nothing but a retirement plan. They can buy toys for Jane's grandkids, pay rent, they can do whatever they want with it.

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  24. Anonymous4:42 PM

    He's my third favorite socialist EVER! Send me a 27 dollar donation and I'll personally take my wife, Jane to the Vatican for a selfie with the Pope. And don't forget free college! So why, again, stretch this out to the convention when you just admitted you won't be the nominee?

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