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artyteacher

(598 posts)
42. you don't get that ...
Thu Feb 18, 2016, 09:24 AM
Feb 2016

A huge plurality or even a majority of peole don't think like we do.

The general election would tear Bernie to microscopic shreds.

This is a month old Nonhlanhla Feb 2016 #1
OK, but Quinnipiac currently has Sanders up vs. Clinton in every match-up Recursion Feb 2016 #2
Presidential match ups this far out lack predictive power, Please open the link DemocratSinceBirth Feb 2016 #10
After both nominees have clinched. Chichiri Feb 2016 #12
Fortunately I have a DeLorean with a Flux Capacitor Recursion Feb 2016 #13
Based on what? She's never run in a general. nt Chichiri Feb 2016 #16
She has run two successful races in populous and heterogeneous states./nt DemocratSinceBirth Feb 2016 #18
Which was custom-made for her in a very blue state. Rocky the Leprechaun Feb 2016 #30
Got more than you. DemocratSinceBirth Feb 2016 #33
No, seriously, what else have you got? Rocky the Leprechaun Feb 2016 #37
You didn't debunk anything. You called me out from an anonymous internet connection DemocratSinceBirth Feb 2016 #39
Her polls went up in 2000 dsc Feb 2016 #21
Politifact deserves a pants on fire rating for that one jfern Feb 2016 #6
I've already long discredited Politifact Rocky the Leprechaun Feb 2016 #32
What crap will be left to fling at Bernie in the General that hasn't been flung at him by Dustlawyer Feb 2016 #43
Seriously? A ton. They'll dig up his old kibbutz Recursion Feb 2016 #46
Oh my goodness! That's so scary, how could he possibly survive what his old girlfriends Dustlawyer Feb 2016 #48
This message was self-deleted by its author stopbush Feb 2016 #54
This. nt. Nonhlanhla Feb 2016 #63
"Clinton is an amazing progressive politician who has done tireless (and thankless) work for all.." RiverLover Feb 2016 #3
Sure, whatever Recursion Feb 2016 #5
For that matter, are you *that* tone-deaf that you couldn't tell what the audience of this post was? Recursion Feb 2016 #8
You made a point that is not valid. RiverLover Feb 2016 #15
People are buying what MSM is selling: label based fear WhaTHellsgoingonhere Feb 2016 #4
K&R for truth! Betty Karlson Feb 2016 #7
I agree that this is going to be a tough election. NCTraveler Feb 2016 #9
I think Trump would destroy Clinton, he'll go after Bill and Hillary both with a vengance . . . Fumesucker Feb 2016 #11
Head to head polls become meaningful upon the candidate's presumptive nomination. Tommy_Carcetti Feb 2016 #14
Bernie supports universal healthcare, a living wage, fair trade, & affordable education think Feb 2016 #17
No...because the Republicans haven't even begun to think about dismantling Sanders Yog-Sothoth Feb 2016 #19
says you Robbins Feb 2016 #20
Says any critical thinker Yog-Sothoth Feb 2016 #26
i know they polled against the top gop candidates restorefreedom Feb 2016 #22
Kasich is my nightmare fuel Recursion Feb 2016 #23
oh crap, i forgot kasich. i guess i don't restorefreedom Feb 2016 #25
The GOP is currently pumping up Sanders dsc Feb 2016 #24
you might be underestimating the depth of the despair restorefreedom Feb 2016 #27
you underestimate the anti union sentiment of the south dsc Feb 2016 #29
i guess there will be only one way restorefreedom Feb 2016 #34
not even vaguely true EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #28
our turn out is lower than in 08 dsc Feb 2016 #31
well that's not true EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #36
What dsc is absolutely true. You're comment does not respond to dsc's points. You move the goalposts stevenleser Feb 2016 #41
Your first two sentences are particularly important for anyone really trying to understand the stevenleser Feb 2016 #38
this is what happened when Mondale said... artyteacher Feb 2016 #35
jesus EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #40
you don't get that ... artyteacher Feb 2016 #42
no EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #47
It's resonating with a loud minority of artyteacher Feb 2016 #49
No EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #51
That's partly my point... artyteacher Feb 2016 #52
The Democratic polls EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #53
wow... artyteacher Feb 2016 #56
Predict wise EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #57
predictwise is not just betting.. artyteacher Feb 2016 #58
No no they don't EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #59
Yes there are artyteacher Feb 2016 #61
In no national poll EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #62
How many times are you going to ignore the common denominator in 1984, 1972 and 1968? stevenleser Feb 2016 #44
you've missed the point EdwardBernays Feb 2016 #50
Ever since Reagain, the "New Democrats" have used that tax threat to destroy Democratic RiverLover Feb 2016 #45
Are you assuming Bloomberg is not serious that he will run if Sanders and either Trump or Cruz are seaglass Feb 2016 #55
The claim that her negative are already locked in and won't change much also seems to be false Chathamization Feb 2016 #60
Bernie might not win, but Hillary has no earthly chance. mhatrw Feb 2016 #64
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