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Old 02-10-2016, 01:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Wintergirl80 View Post
This is the problem with Trump, he runs his mouth too much and doesn't show respect. That is a real turn off despite some of his ideas he has for this country that would actually be good.
Oh please, like the time Hillary compared the GOP to terrorists? You mean that kind of "respect"?


How about tonight? The reason that Sanders won tonight was because NH has too many "white people" according to her campaign manager...

PBS NewsHour obtains Clinton memo conceding New Hampshire, focusing on March

PBS got a hold of a memo from Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook to concerned staffers. In it he basically says forget about Iowa and New Hampshire, and focus on other states that have less white voters:

And whereas the electorates in Iowa and New Hampshire are largely rural/suburban and predominantly white, the March states better reflect the true diversity of the Democratic Party and the nation including large populations of voters who live in big cities and small towns, and voters with a much broader range of races and religions...

Hispanics and African Americans play a critical role in who we are as a party and who we are as a nation. Many of the most delegate-rich states also have some of the largest minority and urban populations states like Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Illinois and Florida.
Yeah, real classy.
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Old 02-10-2016, 02:27 AM
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Originally Posted by snowmountains View Post
Has Clinton ever expressed appreciation for Bernie and his wife's defense for her on various occasions?
No. She wouldn't even accept Bernie's apology for that issue with the server firewall.
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