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 on: Today at 06:56:50 pm 
Started by dead0man - Last post by MaxQue
It's not privatization that is making their rates go through the roof.  Read the linked article.

So, we should believe the Australian equivalent of Fox News at face value?

 32 
 on: Today at 06:55:54 pm 
Started by heatcharger 🌹‏ - Last post by Maxwell
I mean I don't want him to run again due to age reasons and the fact that I'd want someone who kind of fits in that ideological axis but is younger,  but I'd support him 100% if he did. I assume a lot of people think the same way.

The thing is, Sanders' ideological wing of the party will probably be as divided as the Clinton faction. Warren, Franken, Brown, Merkley, Murphy, and even Harris would all be able to rip some parts of the coalition that gave Sanders 43% of the primary last year. All of those people are younger than him, so I don't know what decision you'd make if he isn't the only candidate that occupies the space in the Democratic Party that suits you. I'm sure this is a dilemma a lot of people with similar views as you will face.

for the record I voted for Clinton in the primaries, and came to regret that decision as soon as she lost.

And I mean yeah they might take parts of Sanders support but other than Warren, I don't think a lot of them CAN channel a similar message in a similarly compelling way. I also think, and I'm sure a lot of more pro-Clinton areas of the site would agree, a lot of Sanders support also was borne out of Anti-Clintonism, and would shed to other candidates anyways.

 33 
 on: Today at 06:54:31 pm 
Started by heatcharger 🌹‏ - Last post by Mondale Won 1 State
Pence is also going to Alabama on Monday to campaign for Strange: http://www.politico.com/story/2017/09/18/mike-pence-luther-strange-campaign-alabama-242852

The fact Trump, Pence, and McConnell want Strange to win only makes me want Moore to win

Why? The polling gives Strange a stronger chance of being Coakleyed.

Because I'm enjoying this Republican schadenfreude as total idiots descend upon their party: Kelli, Moore, Kid Rock...it's one bozo after another

You probably said that about Trump too

Yes and I'm fine with him taking winning over the party

That's like bragging about Jimmy Savile taking over the Catholic Church

 34 
 on: Today at 06:53:26 pm 
Started by Al Franken 2020 - Last post by Peebs

 35 
 on: Today at 06:53:26 pm 
Started by L.D. Smith, Aggie! It's Real Expenses Again - Last post by Sen. Joe Manchin
Trump wins the general

 36 
 on: Today at 06:53:20 pm 
Started by Ghost of Ruin - Last post by Mondale Won 1 State
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 In over 30 years in my experience with the UN, I never heard a bolder or more courageous speech.

I'm embarrassed and ashamed. I hope he's indicted soon, it's way past time for him to be gone.

The irony is their both going to jail soon

 37 
 on: Today at 06:53:04 pm 
Started by Peebs - Last post by The Govanah Jake
Jimmah

 38 
 on: Today at 06:52:57 pm 
Started by Ghost of Ruin - Last post by VirginiaModerate
And for those who thought he did good, just remember, he literally threatened nuclear war in front of every nation's delegates.

He did not say nuclear. He said we "would destroy NK" if necessary and that could be done conventionally. You guys are overreacting. Maybe a threat will get them to move on further actual sanctions and not watered down ones, hence why UN reform is needed, esp. UNSC enlargement.

 39 
 on: Today at 06:52:16 pm 
Started by Peebs - Last post by NewYorkExpress
Jimmy Carter

 40 
 on: Today at 06:52:01 pm 
Started by NewYorkExpress - Last post by The Govanah Jake


Joe Biden/Kirsten Gillibrand: 279 EV, 49.55%

Marco Rubio/Ben Carson: 259 EV, 45.82%

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