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Chris Matthews: "I think Sanders is going to overtake Hillary in the national numbers,

unless he takes a crushing defeat in New York tomorrow. If he has a competitive race tomorrow in New York, I think he'll continue to be in the passing lane and be ahead of her by next week. That's my hunch."
MSNBC 4:20 pm 4/18/16


To think that Tweety is saying this!

How Today’s Bernie Sanders New York Rally Compared to Hillary Clinton’s (PHOTOS)

http://usuncut.com/politics/bernie-biggest-rally-ever-today/

There she went again: "I tried to have your back and time and time again you had mine"

It seems she didn't have their back but they had hers.

That sounds a lot like "I've always tried to tell the truth". Saying you tried means you didn't succeed.

As Hillary Loses Big Again, AP Plays the Race Card to Explain Away Sanders' Wisconsin Win

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/tom-blumer/2016/04/05/hillary-loses-big-again-ap-plays-race-card-explain-away-sanders


"Despite headlining the story at its front page as relating to Cruz, AP's story covered both races. Here what Julie Pace and Scott Bauer wrote about Sanders' victory ...


draping front-runners Trump and Clinton in uncertainty and preventing both from fully setting their sights on the general election.

For Sanders, Wisconsin was favorable territory, with an overwhelming white electorate and liberal pockets of voters
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Darn that Bernie Sanders. He's winning in predominantly white states and distracting Mrs. Clinton from the all-important task of winning the general election."

Superdelegates Retained By Democrats Despite Their Ridiculous Role In 2008 Election

This is from 2010:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/08/03/superdelegates-retained-b_n_669171.html

Emily's List called again today for money...

I told the woman that I would not donate again until there is a declared nominee for President.

She tried to tell me that they support all progressive Democratic woman candidates. She seemed a bit flustered when I told her Hillary Clinton was not progressive.

I told her no money.

Politico: Clinton super PAC won't spend more on primary


Looks like they're giving up on her primary fight too soon!

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/03/hillary-clinton-primary-super-pac-220897

I'm seeing that the state where I grew up is one of the smarter ones so far...

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"We need you Obi Wan.."

Danny DeVito introducing Bernie Sanders in Missouri this afternoon.

Watching The Sixties on CNN now about 1968 Convention

--a sad reminder.
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