Democratic Debate

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  1. Fancy Jack says:

    Bernie reveals his Healthcare plan!!!!!!!!

  2. 4E Bern says:

    Just got here..wut I miss?….8-)

  3. Darth says:

    Debate, Wasserman style!

  4. Fancy Jack says:

    Clinton is a waste of time.

  5. Darth says:

    MSNBC isn’t even covering this? wow.

  6. Darth says:

    Hillary: “Hedge fund billionaires…”

    Is she talking about her donors?

  7. Darth says:

    Here comes the “How a you gonna pay for all this commie stuff” media kneecapping.

  8. Fancy Jack says:

    Man It’s WW3 at my place if don’t see me it’s OBAMA’S FAULT!!!!!!!!

  9. Darth says:

    FYI, Wasserman’s congressional seat is in trouble.

    In primary challenge, Wasserman Schultz faces unprecedented test

    “Timothy Canova, a professor at the Shepard Broad College of Law in Florida’s Nova Southeastern University, says Wasserman Schultz’s positions on trade, criminal justice, consumer protection and drug policy reform — among others — are evidence that she’s sold out to corporate interests at the expense of her constituents.

    It marks the first primary challenge to Wasserman Schultz since her arrival on Capitol Hill in 2005.

    Canova launched his bid last week on a platform that pulls more than a few pages from that of populist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), the Democratic presidential hopeful who’s waged a surprisingly strong challenge to front-runner Hillary Clinton by attacking from the left.

    In that mold, Canova is vowing to fight President Obama’s trade agenda, reform the criminal justice system, rein in big banks and curtail the influence of money in politics — all issues where he sees Wasserman Schultz as vulnerable.

    “People here on the ground — I hear left and right, you name it — are just dissatisfied that she’s not responsive, she takes people for granted, and it’s becoming evident in the way she votes on an awful lot of issues,” Canova said Friday by phone.

    “She takes a lot of corporate money, and she votes for corporate interests contrary to the interest of her own constituents.”

    Canova, a former aide to the late Sen. Paul Tsongas (D-Mass.), is pointing to a host of votes that, he says, make Wasserman Schultz a bad fit for the district.

    He says she fought against new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau guidelines governing car loans and pay-day lenders.

    He’s quick to note that she opposed a 2014 Florida referendum to legalize medical marijuana, calling her “a drug warrior” in the pockets of a private prison industry that promotes incarcerations.

    And he’s highlighting the fact that she was one of just 28 House Democrats to support the fast-track trade bill that’s greased the skids for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a huge international accord that’s a top priority of Obama but remains anathema to liberals in his own party.”

  10. Tío Azúcar says:

    Iraq: US confirms Americans kidnapped in Baghdad
    The US embassy in Baghdad has confirmed that “several” Americans have been kidnapped there.

    “We are working with the full co-operation of the Iraqi authorities to locate and recover the individuals,” said a state department official.

    Unconfirmed reports from Iraqi security circles said three Americans and an Iraqi translator were seized on the southern side of Baghdad.

    But US officials did not say how many were held or where they were seized.

    An official in Baghdad told CNN three contractors went missing on Friday.

  11. Lizard says:

    So. You guys bernin’ one? Buncha maryjowanna lieburals.

  12. Fancy Jack says:

    Well watching HELLary, yes! I introduced that name to a few people tonight

    Hillary talking about hedge fund managers when her son in-law is one AND he is paraded arounf by Chelsea on Clinton foundation events so there’s that!

  13. Fancy Jack says:

    The problem with Bernie Sanders is not a Bernie Sanders problem. It’s that he is too no nonsense for the media. They thrive on drama and stupidity so when you get someone that has no interest in the political circus he is deemed as angry.

  14. Fancy Jack says:

    Sleep now–laterz!

  15. waverly says:

    Who Won the Democratic Debate? Viewers Lean Toward Bernie Sanders – The New York Times

    “From the beginning, Clinton was perceived as too negative toward Sanders. The attacks not only didn’t resonate, they made him appear even stronger as he was able to reinforce his message in response.” — Chris Kofinis of Park Street Strategies, which conducted a focus group of likely Democratic voters in South Carolina®ion=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0

  16. waverly says:

    The Daily 202: Bernie Sanders won the Democratic debate, say pundits and social media – The Washington Post

    NBC’s Alex Seitz-Wald: “Sanders shined …. at times overpowering Clinton in a format she typically controls.”

  17. waverly says:

    Clinton and Sanders duel on Wall Street and healthcare in Democratic debate | US news | The Guardian

    After a series of relatively cautious warm-up debates dominated by the former secretary of state, the candidates sparred over radical policy issues much closer to the agenda of Sanders supporters, leaving Clinton on the defensive over healthcare and Wall Street.

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