Nate, I was responding to the Indy's endorsement prior to any votes taking place. The question to me was how was Clinton better than Bernie in any of those issues?
Still Knowing that you were dissafecting so many voters by turning away from progressive values and Knowing that Clinton had such a weak record on good judgement and trustworthiness that she could loose to Trump is really something the DNC and those supporting Clinton should consider. We won't ever get candidates from the corrupt political system we have now if we accept the "realities" they offer.
The Clintonistas have been calling this over before it even began. Why so anxious folks? Let's wait and see how this thing plays out hunh?
I guess you would have endorsed Bernie's opponents for the people of Burlington, then of his congressional district, then of Vermont. It was unrealistic for anyone to work for him in a taking on Clinton in the first place. We should all just settle back in our Barcoloungers and vote for the lesser of two evils our corrupt political system gives us and wait for change to happen. Having seen how quickly Obama (who I remind you was left of Clinton) ran from the people who voted for him into the hands of his Wall Street buddies means many of us will not under any circumstances be supporting Clinton. You know what's unrealistic to me? Pretending like 4 years of Clinton won't bring us closer to planetary destruction, wars for resources, more of our young incarcerated than educated, and more profit for the rich while the workers get fleeced.
Love it or hate it, really? Is this Fox news or Maury Povich?
Nobody hates the store, lots of folks disliked a bar and event venue in a residential neighborhood. Sorry Ethan, if you tell me where you live I will crank the stereo real loud and throw some Bud cans in your yard every time I drive by. Otherwise just walk the four blocks to the bar district.:-)
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