Sanders Supporters March In Manhattan [VIDEO]

Yesterday thousands of Bernie Sanders supporters gathered in Manhattan’s Union Square and then marched down Broadway to Zuccotti Park, the location of 2011’s Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. Similar marches took place yesterday in about three dozen cities around the country to little to no mention by the press, including the New York Times, which yesterday endorsed Hillary Clinton. The video below was taken at the corner of Prince and Broadway by the husband of Father Tony Adams.

  • Judas Peckerwood

    The establishment thinks that they can ignore Sanders out of the race. I think they’re in for a rude awakening.

    • Prion

      • Octavio

        Nothing is showing up . . . and I waaana seeeee! 🙂

        • sherman

          Just some whining about Bernie only getting 10 minuets. I don’t know anyone who has ever had even one minuet, but then I don’t watch Dancing With the Stars so maybe I just missed out.

          • LonelyLiberal

            I do love a good minuet, but never learned to dance.

          • Judy

            Two old ladies in conversation:

            EDNA: “Do you remember the minuette?”

            BLANCHE: “Honey, I don’t even remember the ones I screwed!”

          • LonelyLiberal

            Ha! I’m getting closer to that point than one wishes to think about. I should start a list, but I really don’t want anybody to ever find that notebook.

          • Octavio

            I still have my “little red spiral binders” from the days I made my living on the street. The little pages just weren’t big enough to get all the details down. But my shorthand is still readable.

          • LonelyLiberal

            Oh, lordy, the expose you could write, I’m sure!

          • Joseph Miceli

            I have been trying for about a year to get him to write his memoirs. Maybe you’ll have better luck!

          • Gene

            you worked on the street? I had no idea! which house?

          • Reality.Bites

            Don’t worry. By the time our generation dies out no one left will know how to open a notebook.

            http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-qmS5Pw69Ctg/VFqJrCZ2v4I/AAAAAAAAM3o/evbxuNaZG-M/s1600/Puzzled.jpg

            True story: a former colleague of mine had a home office or basement or something with a wall-sized world map. He found his 3-year-old son trying to “zoom” in on it with his thumb and index finger.

          • Anastasia Beaverhousen

            Why did I think of this?
            “Where Cathy adores a minuet,
            The Ballet Russes, and crepe suzette,
            Our Patty loves to rock and roll,
            A hot dog makes her lose control —
            What a wild duet! “

          • Reality.Bites

            Because you’re drunk, honey and you think it’s 1963.

            But Patty’s a big ol’ lez these days, and she’s doing Elyse Keaton.

            https://youtu.be/MN5qzUd3Luc?t=3m0s

          • Anastasia Beaverhousen

            When your right your right, now pass the mashed potatoes, er vodka.

          • Joseph Miceli

            That really is not like you. It isn’t “whining about Bernie only getting 10 minuets(sic)” it is about a concerted and deliberate media blackout of Bernie and his supporters. Who has been covering the Bernie support marches? No one! They’d rather focus on Trump’s bullshit like he’s the new Anna Nicole Smith.

          • sherman

            I was just making fun of the sloppy graphic posted by someone who has posted lots of dishonest Republicon talking points about Hillary. I think it is crucial that a Democrat wins. I like both candidates, but the demonization of Hillary by a lot of Bernie supporters is hurting the party.

          • Joseph Miceli

            I agree…and vice versa! I’ve been trying to step on both of those types, but man…they keep coming back.

          • Bill_Perdue

            Look at all those soon to be anti-Democrat activists. Soon they’ll be socialist activists.

          • sosotiredofbillperdue

            But sweetums, ya been sayin’ this for 50 years. Bout time to get that mass movement thingy to pass or get off the pot, doncha think? Maybe ya need more prunes? Just remember to flush, doll.

          • Bill_Perdue

            hi, vorpal

      • Steven Leahy

        would have been nice if he spelled checked his cartoon, LOL, unless he intended to spell “minuets”

        • Reality.Bites

          All his coverage was set to music

    • Jake

      Polls suggest otherwise

    • Gene

      people put their MONEY (betfair and paddy power, and in vegas and macao) where they think it will WIN
      that’s not ignoring…that’s putting your money where your mouth is.
      and while she may lose iowa (and will lose NH) she will be the nominee
      so, why waste energy on someone who wont be? just being a harsh realist

      • Judas Peckerwood

        If you repeat it often enough it will become true, right?

        • Gene

          no…money placed on bets over and often enough makes it true. that’s why the house, in the end, always wins

      • Joseph Miceli

        Because even if I conceded your point that Hillary will win (I dont!) Bernie is shifting the rhetoric of the DEM candidates to the left, something we haven’t seen since Clinton!

      • Bill_Perdue

        There’s no realism at all in your wishful thinking that banksters like you will continue to rule the roost.

      • MattM

        Because people are allowed to vote for whichever candidate they want. Don’t shit on people’s passion just because you’re a “realist.” Insulting Sanders supporters isn’t appropriate.

    • e jerry powell

      I’m not ignoring him. I’m waiting for him to explain how his administration intends to pay for tuition-free higher education and single-payer healthcare. See, I know how they do it in Sweden, but somehow I don’t think that an effective tax rate of over 50% is gonna fly here, even in hypothetical discussions.

      For once, I’m not being snarky, I want to know how those things get paid for without raising taxes or cutting defense spending (or both), which low-information voters simply will not get behind.

      • dr morbius

        The same way Obama closed Gitmo. Oh wait…

        • e jerry powell

          So you’re conceding that Sanders can’t make it happen?

          • dr morbius

            Make what happen? I prefer to have someone who’s not a GoldmanSachs puppet in the executive chair no matter what. What will Clinton “accomplish” with what appears to be a GOP-run Senate and House? Aside from more endless war against a noun, and foot-dragging on climate change?

          • e jerry powell

            Make the Northern European socialist-democratic tuitionless college and single-payer healthcare that he’s envisioned happen. Republicans will continue to stand in the way of what little Obama was able to accomplish; there’s no way they’ll allow anything that even remotely approximates Sweden — or even Canada.

            Sanders is inflaming the youth with a level of idealism that, while admirable, can’t be implemented given the level of opposition there is in the extant system. That opposition, unfortunately, isn’t going away, Sanders’s lofty ambitions notwithstanding.

          • Gerry Fisher

            It’s important to put that forth as a vision. It’s an important part of leadership. Otherwise, you’re just a “manager.”

          • e jerry powell

            So what he’s envisioning is Scandinavia. The American Right won’t have it. At all. No matter how much sense it makes.

      • Gerry Fisher

        He’s already said it involves a tax raise, mostly at the top and cutting out loopholes for corporate taxes. It’s absolutely the right vision; how much of it can be implemented within the next four years is questionable. Most of the gripes we have about Hillary doesn’t involve her incremental plans and goals; it has more to do with her absolute refusal–re-FUSE-al!–to put forth a progressive vision like that, even though her goals nudge us in that direction very slowly. She’s timid. Dare I say “conservative.”

        • e jerry powell

          But the American “progressive” reads to Europeans — who know what real socialism looks like — as “center-right.” Americans simply aren’t raised to be that altruistic.

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    Although it would seem like they might gravitate towards Sanders, I don’t think the Occupy crowd and the Sanders supporters really overlap much. The OccupyWallStreet crowd would never support a candidate running for one of the two major parties’ nomination.

    • Octavio

      Yes. We need a Ven diagram. 🙂

    • Lazycrockett

      I think that is what will be his undoing, Bernie should never have hitched his wagon to the DNC horse. He should have ran as an independent in the first place. The DNC is not going to allow someone who was never a member of its party get the nomination.

      • Alan43

        I think he should take his momentum and attention he’s received and create a activist group. Forget the presidential race, forget the Senate. This isn’t someone who should working within the system

        • David L. Caster

          He really needs a SuperPAC.

      • another_steve

        Thank you thank you thank you. What you say there is very taboo in the media and among Sanders’ supporters, but it’s very true. America is in no way ready to elect a man who professes Socialist ideals and identifies as a Socialist.

        Please. Walk down the streets of Any Town U.S.A. and ask people what they think of Socialists and Socialism.

        The result: “What’s that? Like…Communism?”

        • Reality.Bites

          We rarely agree. This time I agree with you 100%.

        • Judy

          Yeah, that’s because we were taught as children that socialism and communism were the same, and that Baby Jesus™ sees us when we masturbate. And that cops are the ones we should trust, and that authority knows best. Fuck that. Bernie’s a Democratic Socialist, as you are if you’;d just examine yourself. As are many European nations, the most successful ones.

        • CottonBlimp

          Even in Anytown USA the kids aren’t nearly as stupidly prejudixed as their parents, and they’re hitting voting age. They weren’t subjected to the Cold War brainwashing, and they weren’t subjected to all the lead in the air that apparently melted the brains of baby boomers.

          They’re more likely to know what socialism is than to have any feelings whatsoever towards Communism.

        • dr morbius

          He does not profess socialist ideals; he’s not for nationalizing any industries.

    • Max_1

  • skeptical_inquirer

    I think it has to be said that people are feeling a huge amounts of anxiety and the establishment candidates are not really acting in a way that’s in any way reassuring. For the GOP side, all they hear is the same old trick-down garbage and dog whistles that even many of the GOP voters know is really about giving the financial wing more filthy lucre while they end up with the tab and they don’t even have the consolation prize of winning the culture wars (except in the abortion arena where they’ve basically shut down entire states’ access – I don’t consider one or five clinics to be true access).

    As for Hillary, I’d like to point out that she hasn’t been sending the message that she’s on fire as Bernie about the issues Bernie has been emphasizing. And if people are more concerned about those issues and that’s what drives their vote, then she has two choices: she can either ignore those issues & concentrate on stuff that she prefers to talk about OR she can start messaging in a much stronger way that those issues are on her list as well. I know that states further along down the line the primary season will tend to favor her but frankly, the fact that Bernie has gotten this far and this big even with the complete absence support of the party for Bernie should point a certain “lack” to her.

    • another_steve

      I think the Bernie “bern” is more like a fading ember.

      In times of high unease and anxiety like this (terrorism, economic malaise, etc.), people want a steady hand on the helm. They don’t want experimentation or revolution.

      Sanders is a good and honorable man, but I’m betting he’s not going to be the next President.

      • Reality.Bites

        OR the Democratic nominee. If, by some chance he does become the Democratic nominee I predict a Republican victory, regardless of who their nominee is.

        • skeptical_inquirer

          Bernie Sanders can keel over tomorrow and people’s worry about these issues won’t go away. Without real action, the worry and the anxiety will continue to grow. That’s the real problem.

          • Max_1

            But do know this, IF Bernie were to keel over tomorrow…
            … Clinton won’t pick up his banner and fight corrupt D.C.

        • Joseph Miceli

          I disagree. If Bernie wins the nomination I’m sure all the Hillary people will do the right thing and get behind him. The undecideds would rather a sane person than any of the idiots on the Republitard stage.

  • bambinoitaliano

    This is quite an interesting time in US politics. You see the extreme RWNJ support of Cruz and Trump. Bernie’s politic is as left as you can get in US and he is gathering steam. The standard GOP and established Democrat are losing supports from the voters. To see these truly two opposite forces collide is history in the making. If Hillary not evolve soon enough, she is going to be the bridesmaid once again.

    • canoebum

      The pendulum of American politics has been swinging Right for 35 years. I think it has about reached the end of that arc and will now start to swing back to the Left. We can only hope for at least as long a period. Time will tell. US history is full of these cycles.

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    We’re having some great debates in my home about Sanders vs Clinton.

  • Sam_Handwich
    • Octavio

      Now how about useful predictions. I know absolutely nothing — NOTHING — about ‘Mericuhn football. So who’s gonna win the Super Derper Bowl and what will be the spread/ 🙂

      • Sam_Handwich

        Nate Silver thinks Broncos have a 59% chance to win….but i don’t think he gives a points spread

        • Octavio

          Boncos. That’s a Dallas team, right?

          • Gene

            heretic
            😉

          • Joe in PA

            hahahaha

    • LonelyLiberal

      https://www.predictit.org/Browse/Group/65/Early-States

      Even Predict It has settled down considerably, but still shows some strange oscillations.

    • danolgb

      Don’t you know bookies are part of the establishment?

    • Gene

      the numbers on Paddy Power (Ireland based), and Betfair,( British based) which have NEVER gotten a Presidential election wrong (or Scottish independence, or the UP premiership, etc) have her looking even better in the general.
      I am not that concerned about IOWA at this point, just hoping that it spells the end of Cruz’s career. Loath that SOB.

      • Octavio

        They need to shave his back or ass and find that 666 tag.

        • LonelyLiberal

          665. He’s not quite competent enough for 666.

          • Gene

            you speak of cruz? the thought of shaving him….oohhh…ohhh…yuck.
            at least, being reptilian, he would provide his own layer of slime for the shave

          • LonelyLiberal

            Cruz, yeah, that thing. 🙂

          • Octavio

            Well, you’ll notice that I didn’t volunteer to do it. But someone should. 🙂

          • That_Looks_Delicious

            Can’t somebody just Nair him from a safe distance?

          • Reality.Bites

            I volunteer Maggie Gallagher. First honest work she’ll do in her life.

          • Joe in PA

            you want to shave Maggie’s back? Ewwwwh. Not with YOUR razor. 🙂

          • Reality.Bites

            No, I volunteer her to shave Cruz’s back

          • OdieDenCO

            can we just hose him down with Nair?

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          • Falconlights

            LMAO. So true.

        • BlueberriesForMe

          Just run him through the nearest barcode scanner.

      • LonelyLiberal

        http://www.paddypower.com/bet/politics/other-politics/us-politics?ev_oc_grp_ids=482040

        For those who are curious. I also keep an eye on Paddy since they’re extremely reliable.

      • another_steve

        Gene, why do you think the bookies are so sure that Trump will sink? Any theories?

        I’m not seeing it at the moment. I’m not seeing Little Boy Marco emerging as their standard bearer.

        • skeptical_inquirer

          I don’t get the constant media swoon for Rubio. He’s got none of the charisma of Obama and no real convictions. It seems almost as shallow as that SNL skit where Rubio says that he’s the hottest of the contenders, a strong “7” that you’d swipe on Tinder.

          • another_steve

            Thank you. Plus he has lingering scandals of his own involving his personal finances.

            I do, however, want to see his bare ass before he disappears from the Presidential political landscape.

            Close up.

            So I can assess.

          • Homo Erectus

            He’s no Martin OMalley.

          • Judas Peckerwood

            In all fairness, who is?

          • canoebum

            Little Marco is at the peak of his political career. Right now, today. It’s all going to be downhill from here.

        • bill weber

          Because no one like him has been nominated by a ‘major’ party. Ever.

      • Roy Biv

        Unfortunately, even if Cruz loses his presidential bid, his smug, punchable face will still be in the Senate and possible future runs.

      • Circ09

        Everyone loathes Cruz. That’s why I want him to end up the GOP nom. The GOP deserves him. And the general electorate will never elect him President.

        • skeptical_inquirer

          Considering a lot of voters loathe it when their Senators basically bail on being their Senator in order to chase higher office, is there any way his Presidential run will help get Cruz kicked out of office even if it’s for another Republican?

          • Circ09

            Wishful thinking. Texans don’t care. They don’t believe the government works anyway. And once you get a Senate seat in Texas it is almost impossible to lose the seat.

            However, depending on how this all shakes out, I wouldn’t be surprised if Ted Cruz decides not to run for another term. It all depends on what is in it for him VS other opportunities.

          • skeptical_inquirer

            I wish that all the people who hate the government would also stop demanding FEMA or state of emergency disaster money whenever crap happens to THEIR state. I still remember that the same assholes who bitched about money going to New Jersey for Sandy still whined for money to go to their state whenever crap happens to their state.

          • Circ09

            Texas is extra screwed when it comes to talking trash about FEMA. Thanks to LBJ, Texas houses FEMA Region 6 (& one of the few places the President & the Cabinet is authorized to stay underground in a State of Emergency) and also the largest National Processing Center for FEMA claims. It is no different than dumb lawmakers bitching about money for space science but not wanting to part with NASA in Houston.

    • j.martindale

      But too early.

    • Gerry Fisher

      Interesting.

  • gaylib

    Oh yeah, Occupy Wall St. That other youth led “revolution” that never went anywhere.

    • Gene

      I remember how middle America just embraced them…oh…wait.

      • Octavio

        Yeah, but remember that Bernie really is cuddly. There are many 70+ year old women ready to tear off their panties for him and bring him chicken soup when he has the sniffles. 🙂

        • Gene

          oh…gawd…and I thought the idea of a cruz body shave above was enough to make me hurl….
          ohhhh….yuckkk

        • Max_1

          Name the other candidates that seek to hold corrupt CEO’s banking practices accountable.

          Now, name the candidates that saddled up to Wall Street for speaking fees and oh, yea… (cue Lois) 9 fucking 11!!!

          • Octavio

            That has nothing to do with being cuddly.

      • Max_1

        I remember how middle America got fucked by the CEO’s O.W. opposed…
        … Your cynicism makes you sound soft on Wall Street!

        • MickinDetroit

          middle america is very stupid and vote as if they are just…how’s it go? “temporarily embarrassed millionaires”. They are deluded morons that think they’ll one day BE those CEOs and millionaires.

    • Essus

      How disingenuous. Occupy Wall Street did so much. It took a conversation about economic inequality from the shadows and made it front and center. Change is rarely as simple as dominoes falling in a row and it was a significant part of the conversation that got Elizabeth Warren elected senator. “We are the 99 percent.” is also something that is the child of Occupy as well. You have Bill deBlasio reaping the benefits of the alliances around racist persecution that are still active today. Not to mention Strike Debt, which has it’s genesis through Occupy Wall Street. That’s some road to nowhere. Shame on you.

      • Roy Biv

        Totally agree.

        People expect OWS to function like the Tea Party who actually elected representatives to Congress but in its own way, it changed Washington for the better.

        • MickinDetroit

          changed it for the better by not actually getting people elected and motivating opposition to come out in massive force thus OWS values are relegated to a minority voice in congress for at least the next decade? I don’t think the word “better” means what you think it means.

          • Roy Biv

            a minority voice? Income inequality is one of the largest issues in the race right now, lol.

          • MickinDetroit

            and the ones that will actually address it through legislation are either A) republicans … or b) hillary clinton…. a blue dog democrat.

    • Roy Biv

      That’s a disservice to OWS. No, they never elected representatives like the Tea Party did. However, OWS pulled the conversation to income equality, higher wages, and 1% Oligarchy, topics that were barely registering in the Democratic party. It can even be argued that OWS is one of the foundations for Bernie’s candidacy.

    • Max_1

      Oh please…
      You sound like a petulant spoiled CEO’s child.

      • gaylib

        Thanks for confirming that you don’t have a clue what you’re talking about.

        • Max_1

          Say gaylib,
          Do you think Wall Street should be punished for tanking your economy? I ask because you defend Wall Street and Hillary.

          • leastyebejudged

            You’re wasting your breath.

            Nobody here cares about transparency, justice, or disclosure, much less accountability and addressing this nations most critical issues.

            It’s just the same old tired circus.

    • bill weber

      It absolutely elevated the issue of corporate hegemony, fool.

    • Bill_Perdue

      It was part of the change in thinking that was expressed so well when 27 or so million 2008 Obama voter decided to leap out of the swamp of Democrat Party politics.

      • MattM

        Did someone say your name three times like Beetlejuice? What alternate socialist reality did you ooze out of?

    • Gerry Fisher

      I have my complaints about Occupy. Their leaders blew a yuuuuuge opportunity.

  • Gustav2

    Only 16 days left to register in Ohio, contact your county board of elections. BTW if you do not have a photo ID, a military ID or a bank statement, a urility bility bill, paycheck with your name and adress will do.

    If you just need to change/update your address, that can be done online.

    • StraightGrandmother

      Keep up this message every day.
      Just because you post it here not everybody will read this article but might read it in another one.
      Your comment is short and very timely it won’t hurt to keep posting it I don’t think.

      • Octavio

        Spoken like a mother who pinned the same note on her kids’ shirts every day for many years. Good advice. 🙂

      • Gustav2

        In Ohio, you can print out the forms from your county and mail photo copies of the rest of the documentarion, but it is getting late for that. Public libraries, DMV, and the county board of elections will take drop offs. But that starts to be TMI

    • Bill_Perdue

      Why would anyone bother?

      “A new scientific study from Princeton researcher Martin Gilens and Northwestern researcher Benjamin I. Page has finally put some science behind the recently popular argument that the United States isn’t a democracy any more. And they’ve found that in fact, America is basically an oligarchy.

      Comparing the preferences of the average American at the 50th percentile of income to what those Americans at the 90th percentile preferred, as well as the opinions of major lobbying or business groups, the researchers found out that the government followed the directives set forth by the latter two much more often. It’s beyond alarming.

      As Gilens and Page write, ‘the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy.’ In other words, their statistics say your opinion literally does not matter.” http://mic.com/articles/87719/princeton-concludes-what-kind-of-government-america-really-has-and-it-s-not-a-democracy

      ”The government we have is not a democracy. It’s nowhere close. Instead, a corruption in the very idea of a representative democracy has rendered our nation almost ungovernable. We have entered the age of the “vetocracy,” as political theorist Francis Fukuyama puts it, where very small numbers in America can block almost any sensible change. – Gridlock happens not because Americans want it. Gridlock happens because it pays — for that tiny minority.

      • Gustav2

        Since, statistically, you have no say…STFU bitch.

        • Bill_Perdue

          Poor thing. Not a clue.

      • MattM

        Why bother? Because some of us still care. Why bother? Because we’re not all paid trolls like you.

  • JonathanC

    Aww, that’s cute. NYC used to matter.

    • Max_1

      NYC MATTERS… Ask Hillary.

      CLINTON: So I represented New York, and I represented New York on 9/11 when we were attacked. Where were we attacked? We were attacked in downtown Manhattan where Wall Street is. I did spend a whole lot of time and effort helping them rebuild. That was good for New York. It was good for the economy, and it was a way to rebuke the terrorists who had attacked our country.

  • Tigernan Quinn

    “Feel the Bern.” My fellow liberals are morons.

    • Max_1

      You know what’s moronic?
      … Not holding CEO’s that wrecked your economy accountable.
      … Siding up to those CEO’s for speaking fees.

    • skeptical_inquirer

      I don’t think caring about certain issues make people stupid. I’d rather they care rather than feel apathetic and powerless. We already suffer from a craptacular turnout voter rate.

    • MattM

      Don’t be a fucking dick. If Clinton gets the nomination, you need these “morons” to support her in the general election. Just because Sanders is not your candidate doesn’t mean he’s a bad choice. Stop trying to make this an “us vs. them” situation, which should be reserved for the Dem vs. GOP race.

    • Gerry Fisher

      His vision is not moronic. It’s a shame that Hillary didn’t understand how to coopt his vision better.

  • Max_1

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  • Max_1

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…
    GOLDMAN SACHS or BERNIE SANDERS?

  • Max_1
  • Max_1

    George Soros donates $8 million to boost Hillary
    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01/hillary-clinton-george-soros-218494

    VOTE HILLARY- VOTE ESTABLISHMENT!

    • MattM

      Again, will you not vote for her in the general election of that’s how his plays out? Because stabbing the rest of us in the back and having a GOP candidate win is truly cutting off your own nose to spite your face.

  • Max_1
  • mizzourah

    Aside from the far left fringe, Occupy, Black Lives Matter, etc. will not win Bernie any votes beyong those marching. The bubble is very strong on the right; however, lots of so-called progressive are in a bubble of their own.

  • Max_1

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  • Max_1

    1.3 million people donated 20 million dollars to Bernie Sanders.
    Meanwhile, George Soros just donated 8 million to Hillary Clinton.

    OVERTURN CITIZENS UNITED

    • Capritaur

      How does this have anything to do with Citizens United?

      • MattM

        You’re asking a known anti-politics troll for facts. Why?

  • Hillary voted to invade Iraq and now considers herself an expert on ISIS, then she voted “yes” on the Wall St. bailout. She never apologized for either. She never apologizes for anything….

    Who the heck does she think she represents? It’s not people like us. I wonder how her next kowtow to a neocon congress will end up ruining people’s lives?

    Bernie would at least think twice about sending 5000 American to their deaths in an unnecessary war because she doesnt want to hurt her reputation with neocons. They should have asked her about the god damned “Bush doctrine”….not just stupid Sarah.

    • MattM

      Does this mean you’re not voting for her in the general election if she gets the nomination? Because that makes you a traitor to our community. If setting our country back decades just to spite her is your goal, then you should really reevaluate your priorities. No candidate is perfect. But unlike the Republicans, we’re all in this together and should be above this division nonsense.

      • Do you always make wild extrapolations based on thin evidence? I could ask you the same thing…do you hate this country so much you want to sink the only candidate willing to take on the unholy trinity of Christian Dominionism, Wall St., and a foreign policy that isn’t only designed to serve the interests of both? That makes you a traitor who supports this “division nonsense”.

        • MattM

          Nope. I’ve posted numerous times (even on this thread) that a Dem needs to win this election, and that we’re all in this together. But you seem so disgusted by Clinton and everything she supposedly stands for. In doing so, you seem to be advocating that people sit out the election if Bernie is not the nominee. Because either Hillary or Bernie WILL be the nominee. And we have to be willing to vote for either one come November. I’m just responding to your nastiness with pointing out how refusing to support the Dems puts Trump or Cruz in the White House.

          • You need to learn to ask people what they think, Instead of telling them what they think. It’s very patronizing and it might work on your social circle, but it doesn’t work on me. I am allowed my opinions, and so are you.

            I’m not your boy, your slave, your child or your pet. If I don’t want to vote for her, it’s my own business honey. If I vote for her it will only be because of SCOTUS. Otherwise you’re going to have to live with the mystery of it all just like everyone else

  • JCF

    FWIW, wouldn’t this effort have been better spent registering voters?

  • Now, if only we can keep this rolling through to the election. I hope the momentum elects Bernie, but if we have to settle, we need to get Hillary in there.

  • petewestcentral

    I refuse to hope that Democrats will vote. Yet I have hope for those folks out there, marching in the street. Every time this cycle comes around, I wonder what on earth was so important–people!–that you couldn’t get off your ass, put on your flip-flops and go down there to push a button and vote?

    • MickinDetroit

      I was busy bingwatching netflix. sorry. maybe next time.

  • Tigernan Quinn

    I am so very much looking forward to not hearing about Bernie Sanders anymore.

    • dr morbius

      More than one candidate: sooooo unAmerican!

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