President Barack Obama has endorsed U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz who faces a rare primary challenge for her Broward/Miami-Dade congressional district.
It's no surprise that Obama endorsed his Democratic National Committee chair since 2011 -- but it shows that she is facing a challenge worth paying attention to from Nova Southeastern University professor Tim Canova.
Up until such time as Mrs. Clinton agrees to an appropriate time and date for a debate in her home state of New York. Don't "duck" the debate, Hillary.
That's why I'm feeling the Bern
Just a reminder of how easy it is.
We were convinced that it was stolen because every place in the country where the voting was a mess, where there was mistakes, where exit polls did not match the vote tallies...all the places where there mass confusion was created, BUSH WON ALL THOSE PLACES. It was obviously most evident in Florida as we all know (and the same in Ohio 4 years later). So it is safe to assume that setting up problems to occur before the voting and then stealing elections during the confusion is the formula.
Fast forward to today.
There have been 4 states in the Democratic primary that have had serious problems: IOWA, NEVADA, MASS, ARIZONA.
All four went to ONE candidate.
Do the fucking math.
The reason why Bernie and his campaign do not make an issue for long in each state is because of the next states are coming up and it would be foolish to fight the prior state and lose focus on what's coming up.
wasteland that is called GDP.
And someone has commuted the sentences of the suspended posters!!!