Bernie bows to the queen...

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  1. Snoopy4 macrumors 6502a

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    In the end, Bernie bows to queen Hillary like everyone else.

    Feel the Bern.
     
  2. nfl46 macrumors 603

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    YES! YES! YES! He said it and endorsed her!! The day has finally arrived. Trump is DONE.

    I wonder if Bernie will be apart of Hillary's cabinet. I guess we shall see.
     
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    Clinton/Sanders 2016 would be interesting. Much more than Clinton/Warren
     
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    Too bad, I thought that Bernie was intellectually honest.
     
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    He is. But he's probably putting the country first instead if idealism only because an orange ape, who appeals to the worse in everyone, (the id for lack of better term)is dangerously close to being president.

    Also I think it's rich coming from GOP members after Paul Ryan called him a straight racist and decided to endorse him anyway. That isn't intellectually dishonest?
     
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    That's not putting the country first, it's putting politics first. He said for years that the real problems of the United States are:
    1- Lobbies
    2- People with WS connections
    3- People with political connections
    4- The divide.

    Now, he goes for the person that has 1,2,3, and 4 against her? (Trump might have 4). Seriously?
    Does he really think that having a Goldman Sachs, extremely connected DC politician will solve the problems he talked about?
    No, here he just played cheap party politics.
     
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    Seriously?
     
  10. yaxomoxay macrumors 68000

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    Yeah, as far as he his from my ideological view, I thought he really believed in a better America.
     
  11. Meister Suspended

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    I told you so.

    I also told you that Trump would be the republican nominee a year ago.
     
  12. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    all through the campaign Bernie said he'd do whatever is necessary to keep Trump from winning........weren't you paying attention?
     
  13. yaxomoxay macrumors 68000

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    Are you saying that his politics was against Trump ? That's it? No wonder his platform lost.
     
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    Your points are all valid, but of the 4, the divide is seen as the biggest problem at this moment. Trump has encited violence and given validity to xenophobic thinking throughout the country. Bernie feels that is a bigger threat than what he currently mentioned. If some other republican was running I don't think he would have endorsed her so 'easily'. And he waited a month this time even
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    The GOPs whole platform the last 8 years was making sure Obama fails at literally everything he tries. Honestly I don't feel like you have a leg to stand on here.
     
  15. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    Bernie was quite clear that he thinks Trump as president would be a disaster for the US
     
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    Oh, so bringing in Wall Street, lobbies, etc at full force into the WH is good for him. Good to know.
     
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    well MAYBE you guys should have picked a real candidate instead of complaining what other people are doing.
     
  18. Macky-Mac macrumors 68030

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    Really it's amazing that Trump supporters ever thought there was some similarity in the political views of the two
     
  19. LIVEFRMNYC macrumors 603

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    To all the Bernie bots who swore this would never happen....

    [​IMG]
     
  20. yaxomoxay macrumors 68000

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    Same goes to you guys.
     
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    I see this less as a Pro-Hillary move, more an Anti-Trump strategy.

    That look on his face in that shot above, though. It looks like he's swallowing a bitter pill.
     
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    Well I'm not a democrat but most of them feel she is better than trump. Less democrats are complaining about Hillary vs republicans for trump.
     
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    Neither one is going to happen, you know that, right? I figure Kaine.
     
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    I wouldn't say never. They obviously have no love for each other, but Sanders knows a VP position would give him the best platform for his initiatives that he could hope for, and Hillary knows having him as her VP would boost her popularity by huge degrees. They'd both have something to gain out of that relationship.
     
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    It would be political suicide to his ideas. He would've to comply to whatever the President decides as they can't show to be one against each other on important issues.
     

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