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Smell that? It’s smoke. Smoke pouring out of the ears of establishment Democrats. It’s not because they Feel the Bern. It’s due to two reasons: (1) they are furious at Sanders; and (2) their mental wheels are continuously grinding, creating massive internal friction, as they come up with one inane reason after another to blast the senator from Vermont.
You all know what I am talking about. The endless stream of articles and posts pouring forth from the commentariat of the Democratic establishment, as well as the self-righteous comments by Clinton supporters on articles about Sanders, not to mention the vituperative remarks on Twitter. Here’s an example from yesterday’s Washington Post, by Stuart Rothenberg, “How Bernie Sanders missed his moment.” It’s worth quoting at length because it contains many of the accusations that are hurled at Sanders.
Apparently, getting five Sanders supporters on the Democratic National Committee’s platform committee…
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So very frustrated with all the election fraud going on in the USA at the moment….we might as well be a third world country ruled by a dictator…..
This applies equally to governors, Members of Congress, state legislators, and any other supporter of the Democratic establishment.
I’ve had it. And so have hundreds of thousands of grass roots Democrats. Perhaps millions of us.
The Democratic party has become a mirror image of the Republicans on economic policy. On trade agreements. On military adventurism and intervention in the affairs of other countries. They have the same revolving door for industry alums and lobbyists to be appointed to their administrations. They both suck at the teat of Wall Street, they both take money from Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big Ag, the military-industrial complex, insurance companies, Big Banks, and lobbyists.
They both support killing civilians in drone strikes, both support pouring billions into the Israeli treasury and back Israel’s mass murders of Palestinians.
We are supposed to overlook these atrocities because the Democrats say nice things about Hispanics and Muslims? Because…
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Hillary doesn’t get it. The Democratic establishment doesn’t get it. The political pundits don’t get it. The media talking heads don’t get it.
But almost everyone under thirty does get it.
The movement to elect Bernie Sanders is not a political movement!
Let me say that again. Politics has nothing to do with the support for Bernie. Those supporting Bernie do not give a damn about the Democratic party or politics as usual.
We care about fairness, about democracy, about providing healthcare and education to everyone. We oppose plutocracy, oligarchs, corporate control of government. We believe government should work for everyone, not just those who can buy Members of Congress.
We think the current system of private funding of campaigns is obscene.
And we will not support anyone who is part of that obscene system.
All the “Vote Blue No Matter Who” rhetoric is falling on ears deaf to Hillary’s…
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The Media and Clinton campaign has tried one last ditch effort to coerce the Bernie-or-Busters into kowtowing to the preordained queen. This attempt is the “Don’t Split the Vote” slogan. Remembering the wounds of the Florida debacle in 2000 (and wrongfully blaming it on Nader), the Dems are freaking scared of Sanders emerging as a third party independent candidate.
However, times have changed since Nader, Gore, and Bush. Nader’s campaign never had this kind of traction. The Bernie Bus has the overwhelming support of independents, half the democrats, and even a sliver of life-long republicans. The Vermont Populist has mastered the art of small donor contributions, and he found the fuse of the Millennials (which have overtaken the Boomers in terms of population).
That got me thinking. “Splitting the vote” only pertains to the swing states. At first glance, a mildly-supported third party candidate would ding the party…
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It was supposed to be easy, a mere formality of a primary campaign and then the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate for President. The charade would last until March, and then Clinton would pivot to the general election. But something unexpected happened: the fringe candidate Bernie Sanders caught fire, and now Hillary is going broke.
Major media outlets reported in February that the majority of her donors had already reached their maximum campaign contribution, which wouldn’t have been an issue had things gone as planned. The problem was Sanders was still in the race and on pace to raise 40 million+ for the month. Clinton desperately needed to close Sanders out in March. However, she failed to do so.
Sanders opened March with an upset in Michigan and finished with a rout of the Northwest and Hawaii. To make matters worse for the…
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