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  1. 4E Bern says:

    “Hillary Clinton was in Madison on Monday, March 28th — where she delivered remarks on the Supreme Court of the United States nomination issue.

    “The event was in stark contrast to Bernie Sanders’ event in Madison on Saturday, March 26th. 8,000 supporters were on hand for Sanders’ rally at the Alliant Energy Center.

    “Clinton on Monday spoke to about 250 supporters on the UW campus. It was as if by design, her campaign decided not to compete with Sanders’ numbers in terms of supporters on hand — instead going for a presidential look and a policy speech.”

    [bbm]..Later, she packed in the Boys & Girls Club of Milwaukee.. 🙄 ….8-)

  2. 4E Bern says:

    Political ads are running hot & heavy here the past week..Saw a NEW Bernie ad that he needs to run a lot with a family farmer talking about how Wall St crimes hurts us at home–It should go over BIG here.. 🙂 ….8-)

  3. 4E Bern says:

    SHill clip from Madison: “…how the game is rigged, and I’m not gonna stand for it”..Srsly??….8-)

  4. 4E Bern says:

    Shitweasel is going to make his formal endorsement this afternoon on talk radio–the suspense is killing me.. 🙄 ….8-)

  5. 4E Bern says:

    Oh, yeah..’Mornin’, Realmsters!..CAWFFEEEE!!….8-)

  6. 4E Bern says:

    All Hell Is Breaking Loose at Arizona Election Fraud Hearing

    “The tone of the election fraud hearing is summed up best by a citizen who said, “The corruption has become so prevalent, that you became comfortable, and you became so comfortable, that you became lazy, and you became so lazy, that you got caught. You (Purcell) are a snake in the grass and we see you!””

    http://usuncut.com/politics/arizona-election-fraud-hearing-chaos/ ….8-)

  7. 4E Bern says:

    OMG–there’s like 8 or 9 people lined up for TRUSTed at his Brookfield rally!….8-)

  8. bebe says:

    Spay day and I want to bite my spa groomer, she better not muzzle me lady 🙂

  9. waverly says:

    Tuesday, March 29 at 12:30 p.m. in Appleton

    • waverly says:

      Bernie Sanders will be in Appleton Tuesday for a Town Hall.

      This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required, but RSVPs are strongly encouraged. Admission is first come, first served.

      Sander’s Campaign says for security reasons, please do not bring bags and limit what you bring to small, personal items like keys and cell phones. Weapons, sharp objects, chairs, and signs or banners on sticks will not be allowed through security. Limited parking available in garage across from performing arts center for a $2 fee (cash only).

      DOORS OPEN:9:30 a.m.
      DATE:Tuesday, March 29, 2016
      LOCATION:Fox Cities Performing Arts Center (Appleton, WI)
      400 W College Ave
      Appleton, WI 54911


  10. waverly says:

    Good news! Wisconsin has open primaries, you can vote for Bernie regardless of your registered party. If you want to vote for Bernie, get registered to vote!

    Wisconsin does NOT have online registration

    Wisconsin has Same-Day Registration which allows you to register to vote at the primaries on Tue, April 5 (7 days away)

    Not sure if you are registered, or what you’re registered as? Check your current registration status online.

    Not registered yet? Wisconsin has several registration deadlines:

    Mail-in registration closes on March 16 – Now Closed
    In-person registration at your local municipal clerk closes on April 1
    You can also register at the primary on April 5th by providing proof that you’ve been a resident of Wisconsin for at 28 days or longer

    To vote in the Wisconsin Primary you must meet the following criteria:
    Be a United State citizen.
    Have lived in the area for 28 days before the election with no intent of moving.

    ID Requirement
    Wisconsin requires valid photo ID to vote in person.

    Vote Early in Wisconsin! Wisconsinites can vote in-person before election day!

    Early voting in Wisconsin begins March 21 and ends on April 1.

    Two ways to participate in Early Voting:

    Head over to your local municipal clerk’s office
    Request, complete, and mail an absentee ballot. Make sure it’s postmarked by April 1st or it won’t be counted!

  11. waverly says:

    They’re getting ready for Bernie Sanders Rally In Appleton, WI

    The line for Bernie stretches like 5 blocks. Rockstar status


    • Jack says:

      What worries me is that it shows a clear lack of polling stations which ALWAYS translates an attempt to suppress voters.

      • waverly says:

        This is for a Bernie rally today in Appleton Wisconsin. Nothing to do with the location of any polling stations where people go to vote.

  12. waverly says:

    reposting link

    Bill Press: Media missing the boat on Bernie | TheHill

    The real story is that Bernie Sanders — a 74-year-old, self-described socialist whom most people had never heard of a year ago, running against the Democratic Party establishment — has now won 15 primaries or caucuses, is tied with Clinton in national polls, scores stronger than the former secretary of State in match-ups against Trump and Cruz, has raised more money from more small donors than any candidate in history, has won more votes from millenials than Trump and Clinton combined — and has done it all without a super-PAC.


  13. Trump campaign manager Lewandowski charged with battery

    Florida police have charged Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski with simple assault in connection with an incident earlier in the month involving a reporter.

    Police in Jupiter, Florida, said Lewandowski surrendered Tuesday morning to face a misdemeanor charge of battery, NBC News reported. He is scheduled to appear before a judge on May 4.

    A surveillance video released by the police appears to show Lewandowski grabbing Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields as she tried to ask Trump a question during a March 8 campaign event.


  14. waverly says:

    10 Ways the Media and Political Establishment Have Tried to Orchestrate the Democratic Primary | Alternet

    It’s not over. Far from it. The economic and political establishment, which includes the Democratic National Committee (DNC), its Wall Street and corporate backers, and the major media, most of it now owned by a half dozen big corporations, have worked feverishly to turn the Democratic primary process into a coronation for Hillary Clinton.

    Bottom line, they wanted to declare it over before actual voters could vote, but their carefully crafted strategy began to #FeelTheBern.

    Here’s ten ways that establishment has sought to orchestrate the results, and why the race has a long ways to go.


    • Jack says:

      A clear onslaught on DEMOCRACY, surprisingly enough not only supported by HELLary supporters but if you look across social media they have taken the cause themselves—the immoral bastards.

  15. waverly says:

    For Vera – here’s a link to tomorrow’s rally

  16. waverly says:

    Is Hillary Clinton Running Away From Political Reality? | Alternet

    Team Hillary should be worried about the lopsided vote Sanders is receiving from young people of all colors. Not only is the vote one-sided, but so is the enthusiasm. Hillary’s vulnerabilities with young people includes her perceived untrustworthiness, her vote for the Iraq war and her establishment. But it all gets wrapped up into what she calls Bernie’s “single issue”—Wall Street.

    Bernie and his supporters see Wall Street as synonymous with runaway inequality, which is the key issue that connects so many of our problems. As a result, young people are convinced we need a massive political revolution to do something about it. As Robert Reich recently put it, “Such a political revolution is the prerequisite for everything else – reversing climate change, overcoming structural racism, rebuilding the middle class, achieving equal opportunity and upward mobility for the poor, and avoiding cataclysmic war.”

    Hillary can’t abide this revolution because it requires a full-scale assault on Wall Street, which has funded her and her campaigns. So she tries to denigrate Sanders’ stance by suggesting his focus on Wall Street-driven runaway inequality is merely a single issue. She asks, “If we broke up the big banks tomorrow would that end racism? Would that end sexism? Would that end discrimination against the LGBT community? Would that make people feel more welcoming to immigrants overnight?”

    Her line of attack not only is failing, it reveals why young people are so unenthusiastic about her: she’s far too tied to Wall Street and the super-rich ever to break from them.


  17. waverly says:

    Voters call for ‘re-vote’ during hearing into AZ’s botched primary | 12NEWS.com

    PHOENIX – Arizona lawmakers held a hearing Monday about Tuesday’s presidential preference election.

    Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell and Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan were invited to the hearing, hosted by the House Committee on Elections.

    Many Maricopa County voters showed up to the hearing and expressed their anger. One voter said, “Helen Purcell, please resign! Do us all a favor.” Helen Purcell has already admitted fault, but it wasn’t enough for voters at the hearing today. Voters want whoever is responsible to face justice and they also want a primary voting re-do.

    Citizens were invited to offer testimony and public comments were passionate. You can see some of the angriest moments by following the link here:


  18. waverly says:

    Bloomberg Politics National Poll: Democrats Evenly Split Over Clinton, Sanders – Bloomberg Politics

    Even after more than two dozen primaries and caucuses in which Clinton’s amassed a commanding lead in votes and in delegates needed to win the nomination, a Bloomberg Politics national poll found that Sanders is the first choice of 49 percent of those who have voted or plan to vote in this year’s Democratic contests, while the former secretary of state is preferred by 48 percent.


  19. Vera and Four Eyes, you’ll like this. Aaron Rodgers a Bernie Sanders supporter.


  20. bebe says:

    Jack take care of yourself please.
    Off the the library now, later i`ll send you a recipe to soothe your throat.

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