and the other trade agreements, what influence will
this have not just on the Fed. government, but on our
courts, and states?
the FBI investigation, let's look at this from a different
A) I don't believe that she will be indicted
B) All the repugs need to do is show the video with
the POTUS saying that his former SoS was
Question posed: Who wants a careless POTUS????
I miss her terribly!
No matter, who gets into the WH, Bernie has now
connections in all 50 states and can start a new
Green-Social Democratic Party, which will immediately
attract the progressive element of the Dems, as well
as a lot of indies.
There has to be a change like this for the future,
because taking over the Third Way party will not
What do you think?
to WS or large corporation, how do we really know
whether they are original or just made up?
he was a life long Dem, but was told he had switched.
This is in NY. There were people advising him, what to do.
Does the party not realize that those people are so angry,
that they won't vote in the GE?
I don't believe that there will be any indictment for HRC.
BUT: What happens, when the FBI report states:
How would that effect the a) nomination, b) election?
I noticed in the HRC threads that either one
day ahead of time or early in the morning
their meme will be decided.
I think it is the best idea to possibly respond
to the first OP, but then to ignore the rest of
them on the same issue totally.
This way they don't get the attention they
crave for and the issue will become obsolete.
Sorry, just my way of thinking.
I dislike them, and would like to see open primaries
in all states with the proviso that you can only vote
for one party.
That said, the facts - at least in my state - are that
it comes down to money. Primaries have to be paid
by the state, caucuses by the parties.
We used to have primaries, the state budget was
tight, legislature killed primaries.
Actually now it seems that the Dems would like to return to the
primary system, but I doubt that the repugs will
support it. Without their support the caucuses will stay.
Just wanted to clear this up.
of us leave out of the primary/GE equation:
The purple states.
I think it was a rather close win for HRC in
Nevada (+5-6%), but a healthy one for Trump.
In my state (CO) Bernie won pretty well, but
the repugs did not decide on any candidate.
This state helped (though barely) Obama in 12.
My fear is that the little bit of purple we have left
will be wiped out by a HRC nomination and will go
straight over back to the red side. That would
probably include a Senator, and one or two reps.
I wonder what other people think, who also live
in purple states.
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