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Yes Massachusetts was important Scott but Warren has mixed reviews there unlike in the rest of the country. He also picked up OK which was somewhat of a surprise. Eric those southern states that voted for HRC are not likely going to turn blue overnight and the support for Bernie from blue/purple states will not automatically transfer to HRC, remember these are voters young and old that no longer accept the establishment status quo and have real trust and authenticity issues with her. HRC will have to somehow win them over which will be very difficult even considering the alternatives the GOP are offering. The allegiance of Bernie's supporters is far from guaranteed and is testimony as to why Bernie needs to be the democratic candidate for president if we wish to keep Trump or Cruz out of the White House. Time to FEEL THE BERN PEOPLE!
We had a record turnout in Routt county and went nearly 2-1 for Bernie. All age groups but obviously a great turnout from millennial's, truly inspiring. Still amazing how much mass media has stacked up against Bernie and down play his victories, most importantly he won in the blue/purple states and nearly tied in MA that will all go Democratic in the general election while HRC won in states that will most assuredly go Republican in November. People across the country are tired with the lies and deceit of the status quo political establishment ann want meaningful change. Compared to the change/anarchy/fascism that is being supported on the right, Bernie will continue to gain momentum as the month progresses and he takes more meaningful blue and purple states to demonstrate that not only is he electable but more importantly he can win the presidency. Th energy and momentum is with Bernie across all age groups at least for those forward thinking voters seeking trust, authenticity and ideals in a candidate. Still lots of skeptics but most of them are over 60 and "the times they are a changing" thankfully.
Some how FEEL THE DRUMPH just doesn't cut it!
If the boot fits Mark!
Haven't seen any pitchforks but something is brewing. FEEL THE BERN PEOPLE!
Hey Tom if you bothered to get your head out of that shady spot between your legs you would know that even Bernie is not expecting to get more than 40% of the delegates on Super Tuesday although he is expecting to take CO, MA, Vt and perhaps a few others. His path to the nomination comes with the northern primaries and caucuses later in the month and into April. So save your gloating for mid April and then we will listen carefully for the fat lady.
Here is the link for the Pitchforks statement I made earlier in the event any one really cares about the future of our so called democracy.
I didn't coin that term but burrowed it from a rather well known author that used it in the same reference. Heck, not sure I have ever had an original thought and no It wouldn't surprise me coming from you Mark. I didn't say I was coming with the pitch forks I just said they were coming and if you didn't have such tunnel vision you would see that many people in this country are not happy with the status quo of our political system. For all I know it could be Trump or Hillary that if elected inspire the citizens to bring out the pitchforks. Also just a metaphor for angry mob mentality which we should be quite comfortable with.
You aren't equal opportunity at all other wise you would have turned the magnifying glass on your own party, ideals... You are nothing but an overgrown schoolyard bully much like your GOP's beloved Donald! You two have far more in common than you would care to admit, only he has far more hair and money than you do. Not to mention he once shared some liberal ideals and may well be again once he is finished dismantling the GOP! Maybe there is hope for you yet Mark!
Sorry Kevin, I see your point now. Allen's comment is not surprising and is reflective of what the GOP have been dishing out for years and manifested with their very own Frankenstein and likely nominee DT. It also speaks to my points and concerns about HRC's electability, she is polarizing and many that would stay home rather than vote for Trump if he runs against Bernie will come out in large numbers to cast a vote against Hillary. Think about it people then FEEL THE BERN!
I worked with and for Dylan in the 2008 Obama campaign so I am speaking from experience, no malice intended. Time to move on Kevin.
No name calling, you must be reading into things. HRC is a flawed candidate (as Dylan admits) with so much baggage that she will be incredibly compromised against the likes of Trump. What I have stated is no different from any other discerning and mindful voter. Many voters see an opportunity for real and meaningful change with Bernie, not so much with HRC. The real cause for concern should be whether that same enthusiasm will transfer to her if she gets the nomination.
As far as Marks comments go I believe many that share his ideology are far more frightened of going up against Bernie in November than they are of HRC. Various recent national polls show Bernie performing much better against any GOP candidate than HRC does and besides Mark has and always will be an equal opportunity ball buster. But what do I know, I suffer from a "lack of mental acuity".
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