because tomorrow is my birthday, and I have plans.
And yes, I'm a fanilow,
My gift is my song, and this one's for you.
Bernie Sanders grabbed headlines when a recent poll showed him with a 10-point lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, but nationally, the former secretary of State is still way, way, way ahead of the Vermont senator.
Clinton has 59% support among Democrats, compared with Sanders 26 %, according to a Monmouth University Poll released Wednesday. Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley is well back at 4%.
Whats more, a majority of Sanders supporters 59 % said they would be OK if Clinton bested their candidate and won the Democratic nomination.
An accurate reflection, of this election.
or be square
Will you carry the words of love with you?
There is not one candidate running, who comes even close to her outstanding qualifications.
She is heads and tails above every other single candidate running, and the polls, the endorsements, the positive commentary from not only United States voters, but also from World Leaders and people of the world prove it.
The Republicans will pull out all the stops to prevent this, but I, and many, many others will not let them. I'm working hard for the election of Hillary Clinton. The Democratic Party is going to keep the White House, as well as make gains in the Senate, and the House.
The future is bright. We've got this.
say something nice about the poster above you.