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Paying price for not supporting Trump

I think people like McCain will pay a huge price for not supporting Trump. Paul Ryan was booed yesterday for saying what he did about Trump. I saw that 75% of republicans still support him.

I think McCain loses. We win New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and maybe Florida as well. I think, and hope, that the Trump voters will punish those they see. As traitors.

But what if I want burritos

I already know the answer to this but

Someone tell me that the proper response to some of these idiots (not on here for a change) is NOT that I hope you get cancer and die a horrible death.

Why can't stupidity be properly punished?

I admit I got goosebumps when she accepted the nomination

her speech was absolutely amazing

is this the offical Sanders position on Kaine or just someone running off at the mouth

Politics1.com @Politics1com

Kaine is “loyal servant of oligarchy" - Bernie Delegates Network coordinator Norman Solomon

Post of the day

Just found this on Politico

Come on, that Jill Stein/HA Goodman ticket is the most qualified in history!

Trump Implies That He Will Indict Hillary Clinton If People Give Him Money

Donald Trump is trying to raise money with the suggestion that he will indict Hillary Clinton if he wins the White House.


Death of Jo Cox MP ‘sparks surge to Remain’ in EU poll

Source: Metro UK

There has been a shift in public opinion following the death of MP Jo Cox, a new poll indicates.

A ComRes poll for the Sunday Mirror shows before Jo was shot, 45% of those surveyed said they would be ‘delighted’ if Britain left the EU.

But after the 41-year-old was shot at 2pm on Thursday, that figure dropped to 38% – with Remain getting a nine point increase in those saying they would be ‘delighted’ to stay in the EU.

The sample size is small as the tragic news came midway through the polling, with some answers coming back before it and some afterwards.

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2016/06/18/leave-and-remain-camps-neck-and-neck-in-latest-poll-5953294/

Exclusive: Sanders Campaign Explains Why He Did Not Take Part in Democratic Gun Control Filibuster


So why did Senator Sanders miss the filibuster entirely? He had met with Hillary Clinton less than 24 hours earlier in a D.C. hotel.

Sanders spokesman Michael Briggs told The Washington Post's Dave Weigel, "It just didn't work yesterday."

"We're keeping an eye on votes next week," he added.

just no words

Openly gay NY state Sen. Brad Hoylman declines to back LGBT reference-free Orlando resolution

State Sen. Brad Hoylman, the state Senate’s only openly gay member, declined to back on Tuesday a resolution memorializing those killed and injured in Sunday’s shooting at a gay club in Orlando, expressing displeasure that it did not include references to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or Latino.

“That is a mistake because, frankly, one could suggest that we’re trying to rewrite an important part of American and LGBT history,” Holyman said in an emotional speech from the floor. “I don’t think we should condone expunging (the) words transgender, gay, lesbian, bisexual, Latino from resolutions as important as this. And if we don’t recognize these words, Mr. President, we’re not recognizing the people who lost their lives and the loved ones who are suffering today.”

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