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    Sanders or Clinton?

    Who do you think will get the nomination?

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    Veteran of Misadventures
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    Clinton, but I prefer Sanders to her and think him more competent and honest.

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    President Sanders all the way to the White House.

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    I'm remember Obama faring poorly on Super Tuesday. I hope history repeats itself. Need to get the geezer to the White house.

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    Clinton, and she's my choice too.

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    Sanders all the way

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    59.3 % in Minnesota? That's a big scalp, isn't it?

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    16 pt lead in Colorado for Bernie. 3 pt lead for Clinton in MA.

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    FEEL THE BERN!

    Sanders 100%.
    Your curvy redhead vixen!

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    Sorry my little vixen, Hillary is now saying, "I got this..."

    Quote Originally Posted by AmberRose View Post
    FEEL THE BERN!

    Sanders 100%.

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    A certain segment of the population will vote for a politician like Bernie who promises lots of "free" stuff, e.g. free college, free healthcare, free lunches (what about free sex, isn't that a human right too?). But if you can't beat a drab, tiresome old shrew like Hillary even when promising so much free stuff, then you don't deserve the nomination.
    Rick: He escaped from a concentration camp and the Nazis have been chasing him all over Europe.
    Renault: This is the end of the chase.
    Rick: 20 thousand francs says it isn't.
    Renault: Make it ten. I am only a poor corrupt official.
    Rick: Louis, whatever gave you the impression that I might be interested in helping Laszlo escape?
    Renault: Because, my dear Ricky, I suspect that under that cynical shell you're at heart a sentimentalist.

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    free stuff? That's a really simplistic and cynical description of Bernie's campaign objectives.

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    Exit polling between Clinton and Sanders is saying what somewhat rational voters should have been thinking all along: Bernie's "pie in the sky" fallacy ain't gonna work...

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptRenault View Post
    A certain segment of the population will vote for a politician like Bernie who promises lots of "free" stuff, e.g. free college, free healthcare, free lunches (what about free sex, isn't that a human right too?). But if you can't beat a drab, tiresome old shrew like Hillary even when promising so much free stuff, then you don't deserve the nomination.

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    EB you surprise me....when has competency and honest, simultaneously, been the hallmark of politics
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    Clinton, but I prefer Sanders to her and think him more competent and honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Clinton, but I prefer Sanders to her and think him more competent and honest.
    Same here.

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