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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    Because otherwise:

    1) People will starve
    2) Health care will be non-existent, except for the wealthy
    3) The wealthy will get wealthier at the expense of the poor (because that's where the real money is)
    4) Endless war
    5) Unaffordable higher education
    6) Illegal immigrants won't get a fair shake
    7) The air, water and ground will be poisoned and we'll all cook
    8) Corporatism will trump everything
    9) Social programs will be gutted
    10) Women will be trampled
    11) Blacks will be trampled
    12) Hispanics will be trampled
    13) Gays will be trampled
    14) A theocracy will be established
    15) The military-industrial complex will absorb most of the budget
    16) Bush!
    17) Children will suffer
    18) Cheney!
    19) Iraq!
    20) Everything else will be vewwy, vewwy bad.

    Naturally, this is just a partial list.
    Check out what they are telling themselves... 10 Reasons Why Progressives Need to Vote for Hillary

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    Because otherwise:

    1) People will starve
    2) Health care will be non-existent, except for the wealthy
    3) The wealthy will get wealthier at the expense of the poor (because that's where the real money is)
    4) Endless war
    5) Unaffordable higher education
    6) Illegal immigrants won't get a fair shake
    7) The air, water and ground will be poisoned and we'll all cook
    8) Corporatism will trump everything
    9) Social programs will be gutted
    10) Women will be trampled
    11) Blacks will be trampled
    12) Hispanics will be trampled
    13) Gays will be trampled
    14) A theocracy will be established
    15) The military-industrial complex will absorb most of the budget
    16) Bush!
    17) Children will suffer
    18) Cheney!
    19) Iraq!
    20) Everything else will be vewwy, vewwy bad.

    Naturally, this is just a partial list.
    You forgot one.
    Hillary has a new bold campaign plank.
    Voting.
    Republicans hate voting.
    Hillary said so and she never lies.
    She's in favor of voting.
    Maybe that's what she was making notes about in her coffee clatches.
    Here's a thought.
    Since healthcare is a right for everyone now, and voting has been a right for everyone, and healthcare is mandatory, why not make voting mandatory?
    And if a person can't find the time, they can assign a designated voter to vote for them.
    And if they can't do that, the Government can create a new position to do block voting for all those non-voting bastards ... somebody like Debbie Wasserman Schultz would be a good choice but that can be left up to Hillary.

    Be bold, Hillary...be bold.
    Better never than late.

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Check out what they are telling themselves... 10 Reasons Why Progressives Need to Vote for Hillary
    That was quite an entertaining Kos piece and comments after.
    Better never than late.

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabgone View Post
    That was quite an entertaining Kos piece and comments after.
    Yes a bit foul mouthed but entertaining, I liked this one...
    Our only hope is that we can keep Democrats together long enough for the Republicans to implode sometime next year. They cannot hold together the forces unleashed by Goldwater, Nixon and Reagan, the three ideological dystopian giants who are still the bedrock of Republican thought and rhetoric.

    The Democrats are hardly in better shape; the two main wings of the party distrust and hate each other so deeply, and no leader seems willing or able to try to speak sincerely to both factions. A schism here is not out of the question as well. We have the Corporate Toadies who trot out classical Democrat speak when they want to run, then rule to the hard right to keep the Plutocrats happy, who think that being all socially liberal is an excuse to rape and ravage the poor and disadvantaged. They use social and civil rights as a cloak to hide among the people, and to hide their dealings with the people who outsource, bust unions, offshore, tax shelter and overrun earth. Then we have the economic populists who somehow cannot sustain a street action because they are so tolerant they let Anarchists and Libertarians represent them and outrage the people. Not much better. We are so tolerant we let people call us racist simply because we are white, (this happened to me this weekend at a Union Convention) forgive and forget, despite the fact that we have been working hard for the rights of all people of color and gender for 60 years. Democrats like this love to maim each other when they are not getting enough attention.


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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Check out what they are telling themselves... 10 Reasons Why Progressives Need to Vote for Hillary
    They actually believe that stuff. Amazing. This stuff should be highlighted by the MSM rather than just the inspiration behind parts of it.
    "I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance." William Faulkner

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    As we all know, ALL liberals take their orders from Daily Kos

    Partisan blog stumps for mediocre candidate. Stop the presses. Only libs would do THAT!
    Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    They actually believe that stuff. Amazing. This stuff should be highlighted by the MSM rather than just the inspiration behind parts of it.
    Yeah as you can see they haven't figured out when talking about an issue and who does what. Hence the usual of. Well they did it to.....neener.

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Yes a bit foul mouthed but entertaining, I liked this one...
    When you read some gavon saying stuff like Hillary's not Progressive enough do you wonder if they're trying to cagily establish her as some kind of moderate for readers who don't know better, or are they themselves really that far out in the stratosphere?
    Granted, she may be a bigger crook than, say, Bernie Sanders who would redistribute what he stole (lord knows she's a bigger crook than most), but fercrissake she wouldn't govern like Reagan.
    Better never than late.

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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    As we all know, ALL liberals take their orders from Daily Kos

    Partisan blog stumps for mediocre candidate. Stop the presses. Only libs would do THAT!
    Maybe you could mention those parts of the Kos piece with which you disagree. Doesn't have to be "Hillary specific".
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    Re: ‘Tone-deaf’ Clinton campaign throws kids off playground

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    I wonder why your initial thought isn't why can't Hillary change her schedule? I guess the machine has too much momentum eh?

    Still, it goes to show how she's completely missing the "optics" of this. Does she really need this headline out there right now? Have you seen her polling numbers recently?
    She misses the optics because she is surrounded by people who think like TheDemSocialist.
    Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.

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