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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by thermodynamic, Oct 29, 2016.
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A man that was easily bought.
That's really all anyone ever needs to know about bad-hair-day-boy.
Yeah, he traded in his dirt floor shack for a lake house immediately thereafter. Convenient.
If Bernie could be bought The Retard would have put down an offer.
Not liking the characterization "retard" very much, but Trump v. Bernie would have been interesting contest. First of all Trump claimed to have been NY's best ball player... but Bernie can still actually shoot hoops and has the videos to prove it whereas the Donald... let's see.... could he even hit a fat pitched softball any more?
Extrapolate that campaign from there and we'd be looking at Bernie-Donald 93-7 by now. Even the red states get the difference between a player and someone bragging from down the end of the bar.
She did and he took it.
No, Bernie was just terrified of Trump becoming President. And rightly so.
Hey, don't be messing with my nomenclature! I have clearly established that Trump is The Retard... well actually he established it by being one.
You are out of line to imply that. It is entirely the usual thing in the USA for political parties to expect the runners-up in a primary race to get behind the party's nominee. How else is a party to progress in the future if it cannot reach consensus on policy and candidate after its primary races?
Do you think Bernie Sanders would have preferred Jim Webb or Martin O'Malley and urged a write-in vote for one of them, or for himself? Or that he would have crossed party lines and suggested a vote for a third party or even the other major party? Was never going to happen. Sanders knows the wiser thing to do is support progressive voices inside the Democratic party and so support Clinton in her effort to lead that party to victory in November. And that is exactly what he has been doing. He's campaigned and fund raised for progressive candidates on many Congressional and state level ballots during the general election.