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stone space

(6,498 posts)
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 07:18 AM Apr 2016

Should Clinton, Sanders, and O'Malley all speak at the Democratic Convention?

I've seen some discussion here about which candidates should or should not be allowed to speak at the Democratic Convention.

So, it seemed like a good idea to have a poll on the issue.



7 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Yes, Clinton, Sanders, and O'Malley should all speak at the Democratic Convention.
6 (86%)
Only Clinton and Sanders should speak at the Democratic Convention, not O'Malley.
1 (14%)
Only Clinton and O'Malley should speak at the Democratic Convention, not Sanders.
0 (0%)
Only Sanders and O'Malley should speak at the Democratic Convention, not Clinton.
0 (0%)
Only Clinton should speak at the Democratic Convention, but not Sanders or O'Malley.
0 (0%)
Only Sanders should speak at the Democratic Convention, but not Clinton or O'Malley.
0 (0%)
Only O'Malley should speak at the Democratic Convention, but not Sanders and Clinton.
0 (0%)
None of the 3 should speak at the Democratic Convention.
0 (0%)
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Should Clinton, Sanders, and O'Malley all speak at the Democratic Convention? (Original Post) stone space Apr 2016 OP
Queens don't allow mere mortals to speak at their coronation! Chasstev365 Apr 2016 #1
Offs rjsquirrel Apr 2016 #2
Churlish Chasstev365 Apr 2016 #4
Rather than use the Hillary " Sexist Victim Card" Yet Again Chasstev365 Apr 2016 #5
Why not? It's days long with dozens of speakers Orangepeel Apr 2016 #3
 

rjsquirrel

(4,762 posts)
2. Offs
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 08:19 AM
Apr 2016

That is just petulant nonsense. There's no way Sanders won't have a speaking role. None. And Clinton would be stupid to deny him one, and she's not stupid.

"The Queen," really? Can't you give the churlish misogyny a damn rest? I'm sure the queen will allow the communist revolutionary (see what I did there ?) to say a few words.

O'Malley? Why? He got less than 3%. He was a wooden stiff as a candidate. And he will never again get close to the nomination.

Chasstev365

(5,191 posts)
5. Rather than use the Hillary " Sexist Victim Card" Yet Again
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 08:59 AM
Apr 2016

Maybe you should admit that she has demonstrated time and time again that she feels entitled to be the nominee and has no patience for anyone who dares to question her. THAT IS WHY THE SNARKY QUEEN COMMENT!

By the way, I was raised by a single Mom who taught by example to respect women. Who I don't respect are power hungry elitists.

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