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Nikki Haley response to Trump attack: 'Bless your heart'

http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/01/politics/nikki-haley-donald-trump-bless-your-heart/index.html


for those of you who may not speak Southern, she basically called him a fucking idiot!


The word of the day is unhinged

From 2012-Tulsi Gabbard: The Curiously Conservative and Nepotistic Network of a Democratic Candidate

Tulsi Gabbard is a candidate for the HI-02 House seat vacated by Congresswoman Hirono to run for Senate. She has previously served in the military, in the Honolulu City Council, and in the Hawaii House of Representatives--her campaign materials seem to emphasize her military service. But behind this impressive political C.V.--like so many--is the product of a political dynasty. Tulsi is the daughter of Mike Gabbard, a Hawaii state Senator, former Republican, and anti-gay activist. Certainly, no one should be assumed to share the political views of their parents. But Tulsi Gabbard's political connections to her father go far beyond the family relationship. Despite her recent claims to socially-progressive views, the identities of her staffers and donors make much more sense as the products of a conservative family network than as the products of conventional ideological organizations.

http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2012/1/20/1056467/-

guess she's evolved over the past few years

Saying that the Koch bros support Hillary is okay to say here

I alerted on a post and it came back 5-2 to keep it

This goes beyond sad and hits pathetic

Rubio super PAC compares him to Harry Potter

Leaders of a pro-Rubio super PAC sent a fundraising memo Sunday evening likening Marco Rubio to the youthful boy wizard Harry Potter and Donald Trump to the evil wizard Voldemort from the Harry Potter book series.

"The results in South Carolina were tremendously good for Marco Rubio," Warren Tompkins and Jon Lerner wrote. "This morning, the media speculation that Donald Trump is unstoppable, is flatly wrong. It misses a central element of this year's Republican nominating contest."

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Tompkins and Lerner then spent the bulk of the message to donors building out the analogy of Rubio as Potter and Trump as Voldemort.

"In Harry Potter lore, Voldemort, the Dark Lord, had a secret to his strength. His secret was his horcruxes," they wrote. "As each horcrux was destroyed, Voldemort became increasingly vulnerable, not increasingly strong. When all of the horcruxes were gone, Voldemort lost his one-on-one battle with Harry Potter."

Read more: http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/02/marco-rubio-harry-potter-219597#ixzz40rohhA2O





Explain to me why I read the comments on sites like this

http://wontvotehillary.com/

Exit polls at NBC news are interesting

For example, those union households voted for Hillary over Sanders by about 10% margin

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I'm staying out of GDP again

You can literally say anything about Hillary on this website but Gods forbid you say anything about Sanders

GOP voters could participate in NV Democratic caucus

Look for Nevada to be a clusterf**k

Nevada has a closed caucus system -- that is, only Democrats can participate on Feb. 20 and only Republicans on Feb. 23.

But because of a quirk in the system -- cue the national ridicule again -- Republicans could vote in both caucuses. How?

Republicans closed their registration rolls on Feb. 13, and that is the file that will be used on Feb. 23. Democrats are allowing same-day registration on Saturday.

So: A Republican registered by Feb. 13 could show up at a Democratic caucus site on Saturday, switch to the Democratic Party, vote and then still participate on Tuesday because the party switch would not show up on the GOP caucus rolls.

https://www.ralstonreports.com/blog/gop-voters-could-participate-democratic-caucus?mc_cid=c4b0791354&mc_eid=f390b4a272
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