Stop Assuming We Will Vote For Hillary

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Every four years, after one candidate from each Party manages to claw their way to the Nomination, the Parties enter an interregnum phase, commonly referred to as the “Party healing phase” when the Party mends any wounds gained by the nomination process, to coalesce around the nominee.

 

The scene is the same each year, the runner-up throws their support to the victor, the victor does their best to quell any hesitations the runner-up’s supports may have, (often by including the runner-up in the new administration), and the voters eventually fall in line and vote for the Party’s candidate in the General Election. It is standard campaign/elections 101.

 

Yet in a year that should have all Political Science professors setting their textbooks on fire, it is presumptuous at best to assume that this year’s interregnum phase is likely to follow the rules.

If the Democratic Nominee is Bernie Sanders, there is no doubt that Hillary Clinton’s supporters will stand behind him, the same cannot necessarily be said if Clinton were to win the nomination.

It is a dangerous move for the Democratic Party to bank on the fact that Bernie Sanders’ supporters will “heal” with the Party and coalesce around Clinton, should she win. What the Democratic Party and the establishment at large do not understand is that Bernie Sanders supporters ARE initiating a revolution and it is a revolution that will continue, whether Sanders gets the nomination or not.

 

For many people Bernie Sanders has helped open their eyes to the crony capitalistic and blatant corrupt system that we have. For these people the genie is out of the bottle, there is no settling for the lessor of two evils.

 

There are three types of Bernie supporters whose profiles do not lend well to Hillary Clinton.

1. The First Timers – For many people Bernie Sanders has given them a reason to vote for the first time, never having participated in the political process before. We are not just talking Millennials and high schoolers looking for a free ride to college, we are talking about fully formed adults, seniors even, that have stayed on the sidelines their entire lives through one Presidential race after another, never finding a candidate palatable enough, except for now.

2. The Independents – There are many Independents that have gravitated to Bernie Sanders who have absolutely no loyalties to the Democratic Party and might very well switch to Trump if the match up is Clinton v. Trump. We all know someone who falls into this category.

3. The Real Liberals – Then there are the lifelong Liberal Democrats, who voted along the party line because it was the lesser of the two evils, never satisfied with the Party that continuously puts corporate interests before the interests of the American people.

 

There are many reasons that these groups are less likely to get behind Hillary Clinton, too many to list. But the biggest reason that some Sanders supporters will never support Hillary Clinton is because no matter how much she tries to sound like Sanders, we know that she has benefited, as much as anyone could, from the system that we are trying to change.

 

If Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Nominee, the only chance of healing the “Party” is to ask Bernie Sanders to be her running mate. There is no way around it, Sanders can survive without Clinton, Clinton cannot survive without Sanders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

68 comments

  1. Eldridge Jared · November 10, 2016

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  2. pyradius · May 1, 2016

    I’ve been voting Democratic for 21 years, but never participated in a primary. I generally considered myself socially and environmentally to the left, and economically to the center. I bought the standard party line, and even after the crash in 2008, I appreciated OWS’s frustration but Wall St. cast enough doubts at the time, that I accepted the idea that the cause was more complex than it actually was. OWS felt like justifiable frustration with no real plan of action.

    Bernie’s candidacy certainly jolted me out of my political reverie, and sunce his declaration, I’ve spent many hours each day digging into his policy positions, and broader social and economic issues. It amazes me that I used to find Clinton’s speeches appealing. With so much blatant cronyism on full display in D.C. and a complicit media, I can never take this corporate political establishment seriously again, beyind the threat they pose to a healthy nation that works for all Americans.

    As such, I could never in my right mind ever vote for an establishment candidate again. I will never vote out of fear of something worse when better alternatives clearly exist. To continue voting for the status quo will have long-lasting negative repercussions that reaches far beyond our own borders and even our own concerns.

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  3. Richard Gump Devaney · April 29, 2016

    I believe in Bernie Sanders and I am 70. If the truth shall set us free, it means America needs some real old fashioned truth coming from our next President. Clinton and Trump most assuredly do not know the meaning of the word truth. Folks it is that simple! If we are left with a choice of Clinton or Trump for President, then in effect we have no real choice. It will be another dark day in a wonderful nation named America.

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  4. James Carter · April 27, 2016

    Hillary is a Republican period.

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    • Anonymous · April 28, 2016

      Trump is so much better than Hillary, he’s a billionaire, knows that salaries are too high in the US for us to compete with China, plus he knows that there is no climate change. Thanks Nader for George Bush otherwise we would have had president Al Gore!

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  5. shelleyjjensen · March 22, 2016

    There IS a candidate who is WORSE than Donald – it’s Hillary “Monsanto” Clinton.

    It’s Bernie now or Donald later. Your move, status quo Democrats.

    http://drpj.weebly.com/revolution.html

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  7. avedon · March 21, 2016

    I completely disagree that Sanders should be Hillary’s runningmate, and I would hope he would refuse such an offer. Bernie is far more valuable in the Senate where he can continue to caucus with Democrats and use his considerable skills to influence legislation. A Vice President has no power. This would be an incredible waste of his position and sklils to hand off his Senate seat to an unknown.

    What *might* make me think better of Clinton would be if she ditches people like her present financial advisor, Gary Gensler – and others of his ilk – in favour of people like Robert Reich and Stephanie Kelton. But as long as she surrounds herself with banksters and war hawks, I still don’t know why I – who vote in a solid blue state – shouldn’t cast my vote for Jill Stein if Clinton is the nominee.

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    • Mary L Aull · June 10, 2016

      The main reason to support Hillary is TRUMP…THINK @ IT

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  8. arockbody · March 21, 2016

    I’m voting for Bernie. If he is not elected President, America will continue to rot.

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  9. abe bubush · March 20, 2016

    This sort of absolutist brinksmanship is tired. “only chance of healing”. Well frankly , healing doesn’t matter. We’ve moved from monolithic Parties to Individuals, with both good an bad consequences. Dems moved first, and fractured their Party, (Humphrey, McGovern, Dukakis, Gore) while Repubs united behind such criminals as Nixon and W.
    This year,the Repubs tried it, with a like disaster. I don’t think this affects the larger voting population however. My view is hindsight, as are all historical views.

    Unfortunately, those of us with something in our 401k’s (for which we had no choice, defined benefit programs having been killed almost entirely) have to suck it up and support whichever Dem. The accusations that Hillary is in league with WallStreet is not lost on us, and it has benefits as well as negatives. We know Wall Street will crash our investments when it suits them. We’d rather things remained as stable as possible as long as possible, however.

    Those with no money are smart to support Bernie, and I do, just as I support Hillary, like all the people who are concerned about having a retirement. Depending on my mood I will either make it or be homeless/dead.

    And, as in all elections, the youth vote will probably be split down the middle more evenly than you can image. Young vigorous people generally do not think of the unintended consequences of individual prosperity. They should just not believe that they will ever get financial security by saving money on taxes, or that their success is relative to their classmates in competition.

    If you live in a country where everyone has enough to eat, a decent roof, clean water and a reason to get up in the morning, then your success is your own business. Until then, you need to be supervised by a government.

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    • avedon · March 21, 2016

      No, business *always* needs to be supervised by government so that you can “live in a country where everyone has enough to eat, a decent roof, clean water and a reason to get up in the morning.” That’s what Sanders is offering – and Clinton is not.

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    • shelleyjjensen · March 22, 2016

      Those with unearned privilege don’t usually give it up voluntarily.

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  10. Belgian Foodie · March 19, 2016

    What BS. I would never vote for Sanders. I support HIllary and would rather sit out of the election than vote for a phony like Sanders. He’s able to fool the naive youth but not others with experience. I don’t believe in his moral highground…where is the basis for all this? He makes my stomach turn. Let’s see if you let this comment stay or you censor it.

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    • Anonymous · March 19, 2016

      Some people are just idiots no matter what real facts you present to them and are basically just a waste of skin not worthy of intelligent conversation or debate. YOU are one of those… Hope you’re happy with your loser candidate.. have a nice day.

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    • Anonymous · March 19, 2016

      Let see how many people say fuck off and ………..!!!

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    • avedon · March 21, 2016

      I can’t help but be curious as to what makes you say such ridiculous things. Hillary has steadfastly told you that things will not change, though half the country is in a depression. What possible reason could you have for supporting Clinton?

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      • abe bubush · March 22, 2016

        You are just as strident and just as wrong.

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    • Marcia Thomason · March 23, 2016

      I am 65..I believe in Bernie

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    • Simon Scowl · March 30, 2016

      If he ‘makes your stomach turn’, then you’re obviously a horrible person. Geez.

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    • Anonymous · April 27, 2016

      Moral high ground…how about being recognized by the pope…..you are in another universe of your creation.

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    • The Clinton Royal Family has had their day in the sun.
      The irony of you saying “I don’t believe in his moral highground…” when Clinton has none.
      You should see a doctor about that stomach of yours or go up stairs and ask your mom if she has something for it.

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    • Caryn (@KarenQJ) · June 9, 2016

      If you look at his voting record, he has been CONSISTENT through out his political life. No Flip Flopping like Hillary (I believe marriage is between a man and a woman/ I believe marriage is a right for everyone) Her beliefs CHANGE when the voting block gains power, or the the fees come rolling in.

      Bernie isn’t wearing $12,000 jackets when he gives talks about inequality. Bernie has released is tax returns, showing a working class income. He hasn’t given his kids $600,000 a year job for doing nothing in his charity.

      Quite simply, Hillary talks about integrity and doing good. Bernie LIVES it. Consistently. Voting records documents it, lifestyle documents it.

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  11. Abbymac · March 19, 2016

    I am appalled at this juvenile tantrum you are showing the world. Is this ” we will hold our breath unless you choose Sanders” argument supposed to persuade others to vote for your candidate? Listen to yourselves. Sec Clinton may not be your first choice – fine. But if you think handing the election to Trump is the answer you sound like a spoiled brat.

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    • Anonymous · March 19, 2016

      fds

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    • Anonymous · March 19, 2016

      Look at you thinking you are all righteous and uppity with your bullshit rhetoric you memorized straight from mainstream media. This movement to not support clinton IS A RESPONSE TO STIMULI of the media and the DNC shoving clinton up our collective snouts whether we want her or not. There is no voting for any conservative candidate here. If you had a clue of what you were talking about in the first place you would know that…The truth of the matter is your kids (if you have any) have fact checked the shit out of #BernieSanders and found him to be the straight up moral character that he comes across as at his rally’s. Now the real question is why can’t YOU ALL see the facts in front of you as well?? Quit fucking around and lend support the best candidate for POTUS since Roosevelt, and this whole BernieOrBust movement will cease to exist in a minute.

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      • avedon · March 21, 2016

        Hm, a little self-righteous yourself, there. Have you even considered the fact that maybe 45 years of the approach Clinton exemplifies is why we have such a clown car of Republicans and Trump in the first place?

        You think Trump is the worst that can happen, but have you thought about what a disaster it has been to have Democrats spend more than four decades passing exactly the right-wing policies we always voted against Republicans in order to stop? Have you asked yourself how much longer the half of the country that is now living in a depression can take it before things explode?

        Democrats enabled those Republicans to get as crazy as they are. They didn’t used to *dare* act this way because the Democrats used to get in their face and make them pay for even hinting at that kind of thing. Then suddenly Bill Clinton gets into the White House and liberal activists are told to shush about abortion and stop being so “paranoid” that the right-wing is really after birth control, too. Suddenly instead of it being shameful to deliberately impoverish people and leave lead pipes and paint in housing projects, it’s just Sister Soulja that’s shameful. Suddenly, the excellent New Deal regulations that were put in place to prevent the banks from stealing everyone’s homes and money are overturned – by Democrats! – and, behold, the banks go back to stealing everyone’s homes and money. I have a much, much longer list.

        Have fun voting for the Clinton/Blankfein ticket and watch that mania that Trump has set free continue to build. Sanders is probably our only hope of stopping it before it’s too late, but you just sit back and be smug about how you’re so much smarter and more mature than those kids.

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    • Anonymous · March 19, 2016

      Easy problem to solve. Just vote for the only Progressive in the race.

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    • Heidi Strand · March 21, 2016

      Abbymac “juvenile tantrum” really? Because I won’t throw another vote away on a corporate candidate? Because anyone but Bernie is a vote for my own oppression?

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    • shelleyjjensen · March 22, 2016

      I am a lifelong Democrat – my first campaign was for Bobby Kennedy, before I was old enough to vote. The former first lady is just another corrupt tool of the transnational corporations who exploit every resource, human, environmental, and what you got? For-profit-prisons, NAFTA, TPP, Keystone, Monsanto, Walmart, Goldman Sachs, big Pharma, fossil fuel industry, the military industrial complex, Clinton Foundation pay-to play . . . pick up any stick and something slithers out of the squirming snake pit.
      Vote for that woman? After watching her special friend DWS corrupt the DNC? After watching her minions cheat in Iowa and Nebraska caucuses? After being subject to her reduction of feminism to ”they just go “where the boys are” and “vote for the woman” or “bern” in hell? After hearing her lie and manipulate to misrepresent Bernie Sanders’ record?

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    • KarlS · March 31, 2016

      Not as spoiled brat, just sick to death of corporate toady warmongers.

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    • Anonymous · April 27, 2016

      No …handing the Presidency over to Clinton just because we are bullied by the “democratic party” would be stupid and weak. We are fighting for something bigger. Hillary is a proven liar. She is not what democracy is supposed to be. She is no better than Trump. In fact…atleast he is out right honest of his views…she flip flops on everything.

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    • Omar Wright · April 27, 2016

      I keep telling people that want a democrat to win no matter what that calling Sanders supporters spoiled brats and insulting them in other ways is not going to yield them a blue President, definitely not the one with the red arrow pointing to the right.

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  12. Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle · March 19, 2016

    I will never vote for Hillary. And I hope that Bernie doesn’t join her on a ticket, I wouldn’t vote for a ticket with Hillary on it period. Her role in the coup in Honduras, her vote for the war in Iraq, her orchestration of the Libyan invasion, her support of anti-worker, anti-poor policies her whole life, her pandering, her cozy ties with Wall Street… Nope. Never. I’ll vote third party if she is the nominee, even if Bernie is on the ticket. Trump is scary, but so is Hillary. What is scarier than either of them, however, is the threat of losing the ability to dream, hope and fight for of a world beyond this madness.

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    • Velma Brinkley-Claige · March 19, 2016

      You poor soul, believing all the republican bs and talking points!!! Research, really research all these allegations from a source that is non-partisan and you’ll see them for what they are…Republican propaganda put out there for low information people to fret over! SMDH

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      • Dana Logsdon · March 21, 2016

        YOU are the “poor soul.” Why don’t YOU do YOUR research? She DID vote for the Iraq war. https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/107-2002/s237

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      • avedon · March 21, 2016

        That’s nonsense. The Democratic Leadership Council is on the record with the policies they have been supporting and the goals they set. Clinton has been consistent with those horrible, destructive policies all along.

        Do some research yourself about what the Clintons have always stood for. These critiques of Clinton do not come from the GOP – why would they? These are all policies the GOP has always supported.

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  13. Philip Uhrich · March 18, 2016

    Over 50% of millennials already identify as independents. http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2014/03/07/chapter-1-political-trends/ If Clinton is the nominee I bet that jumps. I wouldn’t vote for her under any circumstance. Bernie or Jill Stien

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    • SheepODoom (@sheepodoom) · March 19, 2016

      So your voting for Trump?

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      • John Avery (@johnaveryw) · March 19, 2016

        No, he just said he’s voting for Bernie or Jill Stein. Trying to imply not voting for Hillary is the same as voting for Trump also means not voting for Trump is the same as voting for Hillary…and since he’s not voting for Trump, be happy.

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      • Valkyrie · April 27, 2016

        There is such a thing called a “write-in” in elections. You can vote for people that aren’t on the ballot (a.k.a. Trump or Hillary) and support whomever you wish. So no, he is not voting for either candidate. He will vote (write-in) for Bernie or Stein, as will most other Bernie Supporters saying they aren’t voting for Clinton when it comes down to it. So keep your snarky comments and Trump talk to yourself when you know there are other options (we are a democracy after all).

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  14. Sally · March 18, 2016

    Ridiculous notion that he would be her running mate. He would lose all power to challenger her and pursue a progressive agenda. Same for Warren.

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  15. Gear Mentation · March 18, 2016

    Vice Presidents are powerless. I will not vote for Hillary just because she has Sanders as a Veep. Bernie or Bust!

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    • SheepODoom (@sheepodoom) · March 19, 2016

      So you would rather a Republican win than Clinton? How bout this NEVER EVER vote Democrat again we do not need you nor do we want you go Join the GOP & Vote Trump.

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      • Kenny Browne · March 20, 2016

        Umm,excuse me..I’m voting my conscience, not yours..I’ve been, BEEN a lifelong Democrat. I can count the number of elections I’ve missed one one hand..I have been voting since 1981 and I vote in every election from dog catcher to President. .

        I will, under no circumstances, vote for Hillary Clinton. .It’s not fucking happening. .

        I don’t need Karl Rove or “right wing talking points” to sway me away from Secretary Clinton. .Simply having an interest in politics and the ability to read and understand the English language has forbid any possibility of me voting for her..

        Her record is widely available and easily researched. .She is a neo con in a pantsuit. She has been horrible for American workers..She has stridently supported trade deals that have devastated the middle class..Only to revisit them later on and claim to have evolved. .Much as she has with her vote for the Iraq war,her position on gay rights,fracking,the patriot act,the Keystone pipeline and a very wide host of other issues..

        I’m supporting THE ONLY Progressive in this race and it sure the fuck isn’t Hillary Clinton. .I will never support Hillary Clinton. .

        This whole election, especially the corrupt leadership of that pig,Debbie Wasserman Schultz has made it real easy to never look back on the Democratic Party. .

        Not only do I have no problem refusing to support the DNC, I refuse to look the other way at the way they’ve shown their ass in the last ten months..I won’t forget it..

        After this election cycle is complete and I either vote for Bernie or Jill Stein, I am withdrawing from the Democratic Party.They turned their backs on their blue collar base many years ago..

        Vote blue, no matter who? I don’t fucking think so..I owe the Democratic Party nothing. .And as long as they ignore the concerns of rank and file members, nothing is all they’ll get from me.

        y turned their back on their base a long time ago in exchange for corporate money and favors..

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      • Elaine Kramer Eike · March 20, 2016

        Voting for Hillary is like voting for a Republican. Get to know your candidate Hillary before making vapid statements like that.

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      • avedon · March 21, 2016

        Yes, thank you for repeating the message the Democratic leadership has been giving its base for 45 years: “We do not need you.”

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  16. Darryl Thomas · March 18, 2016

    Darryl Thomas Independents are going to decide this election and every one after. The two fascist parties are busily eating themselves to irrelevance, so new parties may become viable sooner than imagined.

    The DNC is actively engaging in voter suppression and fraud. And you expect Sanders to drop his run and sing “Kumbaya” as long as Mrs. Clinton and her gloating supporters can have her “inevitable coronation.” She sold her vote for the Iraq war in exchange for Bush giving her $$$. That’s how she operates. It’s disgusting. Let Mrs. Clinton’s moneybag Wall Street donors fnance the ticket – it’s what they do, anyway. Read our lips: Sanders is going to the convention. We would NEVER let him bow out before that. Let the chips fall where they may.

    Of course, the best way to gain the Sanders’ supporters is to release the Wall Street speeches. But we all know she won’t. So she can go screw. HRC has no chance with Bernie and Independent support. End of story. ‪#‎BernieorBust‬.

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    • SheepODoom (@sheepodoom) · March 19, 2016

      Another TRUMP TROLL.

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      • Anonymous · March 20, 2016

        Going through the comments, I’m guessing you would be the only trump troll on here. So are you a trump troll or just a run of the mill troll stirring up shit.

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      • Elaine Kramer Eike · March 20, 2016

        Why in heavens would there be a Trump troll on this site? There is a good chance that Trump will not become the Republican nominee. Maybe Cruz which would be worse. The Bernie supporters strongly object to having Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee. They see nothing in her record that represents the people, the ordinary citizen. We are Bernie people against the Clinton Machine!

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      • Darryl Thomas · April 27, 2016

        Your mother dresses you funny.

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    • avedon · March 21, 2016

      Actually, I don’t care about what’s in the speeches. I care that she is the kind of politician they are sufficiently grateful to that they want to pay her off with high speaker’s fees. I care that she is comfortable with them, and they are comfortable with her. I want political leadership that makes them uncomfortable.

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  17. dancerboots · March 18, 2016

    There is a reason HRC supporters will stand behind Sanders if he wins the nomination. It is called the veto pen in the White House…For the first time, after sixty failed attempts, the Republican majority Congress was successful and sent the Obamacare repeal to his desk a few weeks ago. He vetoed it. I find it incredulous that the ‘so called’ progressive would risk splitting the ticket and increase the likelihood the veto pen would be handed off to a republican presidency of either Trump or Cruz…
    It will be Obamacare dismantled first…then EPA regulations…forget addressing climate change. Followed by repealing the Clean Air/Clean Water Act/Clean Drinking Water Acts …that took Henry Waxman (D) Calif. ten years to get the expansions. You think the policies we want and now have were handed to us on a silver platter? It took hard fights and often years to get the legislation made law…Ted Cruz, if elected, has promised to get rid of the EPA entirely…
    Republicans will pack the Supreme Court with conservative ideologues. As much as they pound their chest about adhering to the Constitution, it is their desire to interfere in a woman’ reproductive choice and marriage equality based on their religion and against the Constitution…
    If he does not win and you BS supporters are for real…I will believe it when you take that enthusiasm and work to get a Congress that supports your views…

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    • Gear Mentation · March 18, 2016

      Only “dismantled” for 4 years. After that, the political revolution will be made good. Or, if not, well maybe the country doesn’t deserve to be great.

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      • nerskine · March 20, 2016

        unfortunately, 4 years will seem like a lifetime to all the Bernie supporting 18-27 year old first time voters- and will probably affect their lives for a good while afterwards- when I was a 20-something, I had no concept of the long haul either, but it’s how policy and change really happens in this country

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    • avedon · March 21, 2016

      Maybe you’re right. It’s much like everyone said when Bush was elected that he’d be terrible – and he was! But the Republicans also passed Medicare Part D, which was a godsend for many.

      And when we finally got a Democrat back in the White House, everyone assured us that he’d undo all that terrible (and largely illegal as well as expensive) stuff Bush had done, like allowing torture, and the non-negotiation clause and the donut hole in Medicare Part-D, and the unlimited checks to contractors in Iraq, and so on. Only he didn’t. Instead, he codified Bush’s crimes in law, he completely ignored the problems with Medicare Part-D, he kept right on using Dick Cheney’s war profiteering friends and bleeding money out of the militar, and on top of all that, he actually stopped the prosecutions of the bankers who had committed criminal fraud and caused the banking crisis.

      Of course, no one thought President Bill would pass all those horrible Republican policies, either, but there you are.

      I don’t think we can afford another one of these “Democrats” in the presidency.

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    • avedon · March 21, 2016

      PS. Ever ask yourself why Democrats didn’t stop the appointment of crackpots like Alito, Roberts, Scalia, and Thomas when they had the power? Funny, that.

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  18. Aaron Remy · March 18, 2016

    Bernie Sanders is very likely, the last candidate I will ever support. If suppressing his campaign is SO necessary for a crooked establishment trying desperately to protect their own interests, I will no longer have an ounce of faith in this country, or our sold out corporate owned leaders. #BernieOrBust !!! Bernie is one of the only ones to not be bought out.

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  19. Fred LaMotte · March 17, 2016

    How could anyone vote for someone who regards Henry Kissinger, an international war criminal and assassin, as her foreign policy mentor? It boggles the mind. I am loyal to democracy, not to the Democratic Party.

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  20. Nick Turner · March 17, 2016

    #WeCanBe – The only man deserving and qualified for this job is #BernieSanders and he proves it in this speech!
    Please take just 2 minutes and watch smile emoticon SHARE WITH THE UNDECIDED!!

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    • Elaine Kramer Eike · March 20, 2016

      How could anyone NOT vote for Sanders after watching this video? What is Hillary Clinton’s message exactly? Mmmm. Your guess is as good as mine, but it’s probably along the lines of “More of the same…” and “It can’t be done”. When I hear her say “I’ll work for you” a bit of bile comes into my throat. Really, Hillary, really?

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  21. Cesar Lardies · March 15, 2016

    I, too, am feeling the Bern! It can be done! http://politicsunraveled.com/2016/03/13/why-im-feeling-the-bern/

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