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Our primary candidates who are Senators will be pulled off the campaign trail while

they do their constitutional duty being jurors in the trial of trumplethinskin.

If you are in the camp of any of them, please consider donating to help their staffs working on the ground campaigning.

Even if 5 bucks.

Ninga thanks you for listening.



Liz Warren is the candidate that can chop the demented one off at the knees in a debate.

She’s unflappable and unshakable. She is articulate and can pivot in a nano second.

She’s 70 and looks 60 and has the energy of a 40 yr old.
She has great appeal to young voters.

The benefit of her 70 years has allowed her to grow deep.
She’s whip smart, has a very creative mind, and a global thinker.

While I like listening to Klobuchar and Buttigieg, and am impressed by many of their answers,
their answers are not enough for me.

Biden is wonderful but the debate stage puts everyone under the microscope and I fear he will have enough small moments of unavoidable shakiness that will detract from his views and remind voters of his age.

We have to bypass the MSM and not let them lead us around by the nose, tell us that every small story or latest poll has major implications and have us take our eye off the prize.

Thank you for listening...


So in December 2018 Elizabeth Warren invites

Bernie Sanders over to her house, to tell him she is running for President. I imagine snacks coffee and lots of chatting.

So I imagine he respects her and knew right from the get go she would be formidable.

So I imagine that he contemplated how to dissuade her from running and maybe talked about the horrible 2016 campaign. So I imagine he says to her “Liz you’d be a great candidate but I just don’t think a woman can be elected in 2020.”

I believe Liz.

Not one word. I do not believe anything he is saying.

This blabbering speech from the Sharpie toting weather map altering koo koo nut case is one huge lie.

Here is what I know, what I believe and what I am not afraid of...


Lyndon Bains Johnson was the last liberal to occupy the White House.
Some 45 years ago. A majority of middle class families could sustain their households with one income.
Since that time, only the very rich have had growth and prospered, and middle class households struggle even with two incomes.
Nixon/Ford 2 terms, Reagan 2 terms, Bush I one term, Bush II 2 terms, trumplethinskin 3 years.

31 of the last 45 years dominated by ultra conservative policies.

Johnson designed the Great Society Programs
-The Voting Rights Act
-Medicare/Medicaid
-public broadcasting
-aid to education
-the arts
-War on Proverty (helped millions of Americans rise above poverty.
-banned racial discrimination in public facilities
-interstate commerce
-Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965

The middle class and working poor have been kicked to the curb and voters have been worked over by messages of caution and warning that only middle of the road candidates (only said about Democrats by the way) can win.
It’s not voters we need to reach out to, it’s non voters. We need to work hard in that effort.

When someone asks me who I like for President I repeat the words of Sen John Glenn when he was asked the same question.
Examine your values and align your self with the candidate that reflects those values and then work hard for their victory.

For goodnesses sake DO NOT STICK YOUR FINGER IN THE WIND to try and guess which candidate might appeal to
others. That is just playing into the hands of the genius conservatives that have made sure that message is repeated every election cycle. Our win loss record proves their propaganda has worked.

I am not afraid of progressive candidates. It’s long past time.
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