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What is it about mr trump you find so appealing? The_Casual_Observer May 2016 #1
Um, that would be Bernie, actually. dchill May 2016 #3
His 46 inch waist? DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #42
So whats Hillary waist size? since you brought that up. bahrbearian May 2016 #68
I don't give a shit what Hillary's waist size is. Do you? DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #69
Wow, you need a Nap. bahrbearian May 2016 #70
Just got back from three hours at the gym. I couldn't feel more alive. DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #71
Cool story Bro! bahrbearian May 2016 #72
Plato's ideal man was spiritually, physically, and intellectually at his peak DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #73
IT's good to set goals , even if you'll never obtain them. bahrbearian May 2016 #74
I usually exceed them. DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #75
Another cool story. bahrbearian May 2016 #76
I am glad I continue to impress you. I can be your role model. DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #80
At 1st I was impressed how tough you sounded, but now we are playing Rain deer games, bahrbearian May 2016 #81
Don't get lube on your Cheetos, just sayin, and certainly don't eat em after... DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #83
You sure have a thing about Lube, Very Telling. bahrbearian May 2016 #84
First mention of it. Try again, after wiping! Hit the mark on my first try, though. DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #85
Fix your tag line Grandpa. Silver_Witch May 2016 #92
I was minding my own business and the guy made a wisecrack at my expense. I responded in kind. DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #93
None of my business... Silver_Witch May 2016 #95
Thank you for pointing that out. At least someone read my sig line. DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #96
She already can't beat him. dchill May 2016 #2
Exactly. onecaliberal May 2016 #4
A very, very steep downhill. dchill May 2016 #5
^That^ onecaliberal May 2016 #6
This message was self-deleted by its author silvershadow May 2016 #19
. . . what your definition of "is" is? Ed Suspicious May 2016 #78
"steep downfall" made me think of something like this: LiberalElite May 2016 #31
He's actually competitive against her in some blue states as well. bobbobbins01 May 2016 #7
It's gotta be more than that. dchill May 2016 #9
This message was self-deleted by its author silvershadow May 2016 #20
There is no other logical reason. There were many qualified candidates libdem4life May 2016 #59
But, but, but it's her turn. She's entiled to it. TheCowsCameHome May 2016 #8
And she's already wildly unpopular on our own side, and independents hate her. onecaliberal May 2016 #11
Troo dat. TheCowsCameHome May 2016 #12
national poll Thursday showed only 18% "honest and trustworthy".. grasswire May 2016 #17
They have been sticking their fingers in their ears and yelling "la-la-la, we can't hear you." Jackilope May 2016 #10
the way Hillary & surrogates treat Sanderistas, you'd think they were TRYING to elect Trump! cloudythescribbler May 2016 #13
well said, scribbler. nt grasswire May 2016 #18
Actually I think they are trying to hide the fact the progressives wing is the *larger wing silvershadow May 2016 #21
Good point. libdem4life May 2016 #63
Their "logic" if you can call it that dana_b May 2016 #44
What do you think of the primary system? 6chars May 2016 #14
I think lobbyists should not be, because I cannot be certain where their ultimate loyalties lie. silvershadow May 2016 #22
I know this will be a bitter lesson nadinbrzezinski May 2016 #37
It's going to be a disastrous day if Trump wins the Presidency. Then the riots, and I do mean riots YOHABLO May 2016 #15
I hope it doesn't happen. nt silvershadow May 2016 #23
then you should be encouraging people to do the one thing that will keep it from happening onenote May 2016 #32
We are in a primary. You're talking General election strategy. We aren't nearly there yet. nt silvershadow May 2016 #40
Why is it too early to encourage people to vote for the Democratic nominee onenote May 2016 #47
This message was self-deleted by its author silvershadow May 2016 #48
You're the one that brought up the GE, not me. onenote May 2016 #86
The Purity Police are in the house. libdem4life May 2016 #64
I agree, worst thing that could possibly ever happen. So why keep running towards the cliff onecaliberal May 2016 #34
I started a thread with you and others posting in this thread in mind. Garrett78 May 2016 #16
Not to worry, the Dem party leaders have a plan for that ... Scuba May 2016 #24
This message was self-deleted by its author silvershadow May 2016 #41
Yep, the cries of "Nader!" have already begun. Jester Messiah May 2016 #89
It's too late for this gollygee May 2016 #25
How does Trump win without women and minorities? sufrommich May 2016 #26
I've wondered the same thing. Garrett78 May 2016 #39
Angry white men are blind to POC and women. nt hack89 May 2016 #87
trump hasn't even touched the surface of his attacks on bernie . . . you should realize that DrDan May 2016 #27
we are supporting the only candidate that can beat trump...sanders would be mincemeat beachbum bob May 2016 #28
That's a shallow take on a layered electorate. saltpoint May 2016 #29
The person with the most delegates gets the nomination oberliner May 2016 #30
But we HAVE to nominate someone historic. MadDAsHell May 2016 #33
As long as the historic candidate has a lot more votes what's the problem? DemocratSinceBirth May 2016 #46
I think the oligarchy played this perfectly. The dems nominate a corporatist candidate with Doctor_J May 2016 #35
yes - it really is brilliant dana_b May 2016 #45
Why do some of you think you are immune to a Trump Presidency. JoePhilly May 2016 #36
Why do you think we're immune to a Clinton presidency? Doctor_J May 2016 #38
Amen. nt silvershadow May 2016 #43
Because her peeps think the only people DLC policies hurt Hydra May 2016 #49
You'll do much better under Trump. JoePhilly May 2016 #62
Lol Hydra May 2016 #65
You'll do much better under Trump. JoePhilly May 2016 #60
^^^^^^^^^^^ Amen! ^^^^^^^^^^^ pdsimdars May 2016 #50
Nah. That would make FAR too much sense. Shadowflash May 2016 #51
You didn't warn us creeksneakers2 May 2016 #52
Poor little things. How dare we stand on principle for once instead of voting for a liar who onecaliberal May 2016 #91
Losers whine creeksneakers2 May 2016 #94
I didn't threaten anything. Like I said, comprehension problems. onecaliberal May 2016 #97
The people have voted and they have chosen Hillary as the nominee. It sounds like you think Super Metric System May 2016 #53
Hillary was chosen but not by the voters. And the math proves it -- 261 to 2. IdaBriggs May 2016 #55
Over 13 million PEOPLE have voted for her. You can write a book justifying otherwise, but reality Metric System May 2016 #56
And millions more have not. And polls consistently say they don't like her. IdaBriggs May 2016 #57
Using that logic, millions more have also NOT voted for Sanders. Metric System May 2016 #58
And millions didn't vote for Obama in the 2008 primary. That's what happens in a primary. Garrett78 May 2016 #61
Clinton only got where she is by the DNC... AmBlue May 2016 #98
A majority of Democrats have voted for Clinton and refused to vote for Sanders. Agnosticsherbet May 2016 #54
EXACTLY. n/t Triana May 2016 #66
Or, if they are worried about Trump SCantiGOP May 2016 #67
Huh. And the 'liar' that everyone hates is beating Bernie pretty badly. bullimiami May 2016 #77
Which doesn't help her beat Trump. progressoid May 2016 #90
Political purity my Aunt Fanny. DinahMoeHum May 2016 #79
If they had real positions instead of those that blow in the wind..... nolabels May 2016 #82
relax oldandhappy May 2016 #88
Why do Bernie fans welcome a Trump presidency? workinclasszero May 2016 #99
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