Sunday, June 05, 2016

Yeah this is pretty much how it's going to end up. (Hopefully.)

Yes this is how it should work out so long as the Bernie Sanders supporters recognize the importance of standing together against Trump.

If not.......


  1. Just so we can dispense with the lie that Hillary is 3M votes ahead of Bernie.

    1. Anonymous10:33 AM

      Uh huh. Wait for Tuesday night. Be sure to turn on TV. Remember how they called it for President Obama in June 2008? Hillary was only 100 delegates behind, and the President needed superdelegates to put him over, too:

  2. Anonymous5:20 AM

    I'm building a wall. Just such a stupid stupid man.

  3. Anonymous5:21 AM

    Omg rump. Calls europe stupid people.

  4. Anonymous5:32 AM

    I'm a Hillary supporter - have been since she was First Lady. I really hope she becomes our next president. I switched my party affiliation from Independent to Democratic so I could vote for her in the primary. I have no patience with Bernie supporters who are whining that they are being shut out of the closed state primaries. They could have changed their affiliation to Democratic if they were at all serious and knowledgable about how their state was run. All that being said, I will vote for Bernie if he's the nominee. Anyone but Trump!

    1. Anonymous10:33 AM

      Thank you,

  5. Anonymous6:13 AM

    Well, as a black person in courts would start arguing for a black judge, same with all people of color in courts. Omg all these years white courts judging people of color are null and void release everyone who has been sentenced. Especially if rump gets hos way.
    This is how his life is. These idiots supporting him do not realize he already separates himself from them and would do so if the poor ignorants would move in right next door to him. Fools.

    1. Anonymous7:10 AM

      Uh... what?

    2. Anonymous10:34 AM

      I understood you, 6:13, and agree. Trump is terrible. Will he put white supremacists on the judiciary?

  6. Anonymous9:10 AM

    That's what we need, a new president under indictment.

    1. Anonymous10:35 AM

      Rightwing fantasy. Far left meets the far right! AG Lynch will never indict Hillary. Never!

  7. Anonymous9:20 AM

    I will vote for anyone but Drumpf, and i appreciate Bernie keeping Hillary steered towards the left.

    1. Anonymous10:36 AM

      Maybe he did that in 2015, and January 2016, but since then, she's had no policy changes. She also pulled him left on gun control and women's issues.

  8. Anonymous11:11 AM

    Trump also questions Muslim judges. Just adds some more fuel to his racism.

    "Trump claimed the judge, who was born in Indiana, treated him in a “hostile manner” due to the judge’s Mexican heritage.

    “I think it has a lot to do with it. First of all, I’ve had terrible rulings forever,” Trump said. “This is a case I should’ve won on summary judgment.”

    “He is a member of a club or society, very strongly pro-Mexican, which is all fine,” he added, referencing Curiel’s membership in La Raza Lawyers of California. “But I say he’s got bias. I want to build a wall. I’m going to build a wall.”

    Asked if he believed that he would be treated unfairly by a Muslim judge because of his call to ban all Muslims from entering the United States, Trump said, “It’s possible.”

    “It’s possible, yes,” he said. “That would be possible, absolutely.”"

    Notice how he says he's had terrible rulings forever. Yeah, narcissist much?

    "“He’s so classic that I’m archiving video clips of him to use in workshops because there’s no better example of his characteristics,” said clinical psychologist George Simon, who conducts lectures and seminars on manipulative behavior. “Otherwise, I would have had to hire actors and write vignettes. He’s like a dream come true.”

    And while Ryan was quick to denounce Trump's racist comments about Curiel, McConnell is basically giving Trump a pass, won't call the comments racist and says whatever it takes for Republicans to win. I think McConnell is the poster boy for what is wrong with the Republican party; winning at any cost.

  9. Anonymous11:38 AM

    "A well-respected American neuroscientist warns that Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has a mental disorder that could make him a dangerous world leader.

    Writing for Raw Story, neuroscientist and freelance science writer Bobby Azarian says Trump is a "textbook" narcissist "in the same category as a number of infamous dictators like Muammar Gaddafi, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Saddam Hussein."

    At least two other mind experts—Harvard Professor and researcher Howard Gardener and clinical psychologist George Simon—share the same view. Simon even told Vanity Fair that "Trump is so classic that I'm archiving video clips of him to use in workshops.""

    "A person with narcissistic personality disorder:

    Reacts to criticism with anger, shame or humiliation
    Takes advantage of others to reach his or her own goals
    Exaggerates own importance
    Exaggerates achievements and talents
    Entertains unrealistic fantasies about success, power, beauty, intelligence or romance
    Has unreasonable expectation of favorable treatment
    Requires constant attention and positive reinforcement from others
    Disregards the feelings of others, lacks empathy
    Has obsessive self-interest
    Pursues mainly selfish goals
    “He’s very easy to diagnose,” psychotherapist Charlotte Prozan told Vanity Fair. “In the first debate, he talked over people and was domineering. He’ll do anything to demean others,” she said."

    "The idea that Trump, an obviously disturbed individual who consistently belittles and degrades other people, is currently polling better than every other GOP candidate says a lot about the Republican Party.

    Clearly teapublican voters see Trump as a reflection of themselves. As a party, they’re rabidly against treating other people with dignity and respect, calling it “political correctness” – a thing to be despised and rejected at all costs.

    The more offensive and disgusting you are, the higher you poll among Republican voters. The more you threaten to harm “lesser” human beings, whether in the name of your “superior” race, religion or creed, the more the rabid right adores you.

    The Republican Party may claim to be the party of “Christian values,” but it’s really an entire political movement that is made up of people exactly like Donald Trump, self-obsessed and sincerely convinced that they are superior to their fellow human beings.

    Donald Trump is their candidate because he accurately represents their devotion to the Ayn Rand Virtues of Selfishness doctrine that has been spoon fed to them by the right-wing propaganda network over the last few decades."


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