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Now retired and living on Kaua'i. :)

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"There are many reasons to be wary of Clinton, but a subset of Democrats seem to be motivated by

something else."

No kidding!

But, I take exception to this from Bernie..

During the first presidential debate, Sen. Bernie Sanders suggested that the media coverage of Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state was an impediment to talking seriously about the issues. I admire Sanders — and count myself a supporter — but I think he stopped short of identifying the full problem. While Emailgate did indeed suck up much of the media’s available bandwidth earlier this summer, with news outlets across the country combing through her correspondences, the ongoing obstacle is actually even bigger than Emailgate.

Yeah. and then in the second debate BS decided that there should be more investigation of the emails. Not only wasting taxpayers money$$$$$$. But, negating what he said in the first debate.

Thank you, Nancy.

Mahalo ronny!

Excellent, MrWendel.. thank you!

“I served proudly in President Obama’s cabinet and I’m running for president now to make sure every child has a chance to live up to his or her God-given potential. And that every family can get ahead and stay ahead,” Clinton says."

Paul Helmke, former president of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, said Friday that when

Sanders declined to say he made a mistake in voting against lawsuit reforms that would have made it easier to sue gun manufacturers, it reinforced concerns many already had in the anti-gun violence community."

Thank you for this, ProudToBeLiberal

http://www.cnn.com/2015/12/04/politics/bernie-sanders-hillary-clinton-gun-control-no-fly-list/

It made our website look stupid.. 122 Recs.. Good that H.A. Poorlooser brought it to light and made

fun of it. It was ridiculous.

Shouldn't Rec stuff like that if you can't be proud of it.

Brilliant, rivers! I knew Carole King supports Hillary.. and thank you for this latest from her.

Such an activist! She must have been protesting that Congress voted to repeal Obamacare and defund Planned Parenthood.

The vote that berniesanders missed.

"Senate votes to repeal key Obamacare provisions, defund Planned Parenthood"

Senators voted 52-47 to pass the bill. Two moderate Republicans — Susan Collins of Maine and Mark Kirk of Illinois — joined Democrats in opposing the bill. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., was absent.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/12/03/senate-votes-repeal-key-obamacare-provisions-defund-planned-parenthood/76719174/

Right.. it's not enough to attack just one, either..

Excellent madame!



Thank you!

thank you..

They've censored her again.. just because they don't like her. What does that say about them?

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It fairly Screams of Desperation. And, they're allowed to do this .. on this so-called "Democratic" board.

What an ugly joke.

"Secretary Clinton's work on behalf of Building Trades workers and their families is unquestioned,"

said McGarvey. "Her infrastructure plan is further proof that she understands that the state of our nation's infrastructure is a bellwether for the health of the American economy and for the economic prospects of American workers. We commend Secretary Clinton for putting forth a robust, yet entirely practical plan. She acknowledges, in stark contrast to the other candidates in this presidential race, that this is a national problem which requires a bold, national, and realistic solution, not a pie-in-the-sky dream or a piecemeal approach."

That's what we've been saying! Thank you, HNY~

North America's Building Trades Issue Formal Endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President

http://www.bctd.org/Newsroom/Press-Releases-and-Speeches/Press-Releases/North-America-s-Building-Trades-Issue-Formal-Endor.aspx
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