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Actually looks like all the headlines now are that Wasserman-Schultz has resigned over it.  

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About time as we've been reading about her bias for Hillary and helping to tank Bernie for what? A week now? About time they traditional media admits it happened. They're always reporting the fallout of the news these days vs. the news that create the fallout.
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Yes, we must presume their guilt, prosecute, impeach, and behead them.  Clearly.

Girlfriend, please. Find ONE NYT editorial or column that was pro-Bernie in any way, shape or form. From Andrew Rosenthal down through Blow, Krugman, Collins, Friedman, etc. All HRC hacks with the singular narrative that Bernie is tilting at windmills. So go ahead, find ONE piece that doesn't conform to that narrative.
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Girlfriend, please. Find ONE NYT editorial or column that was pro-Bernie in any way, shape or form. From Andrew Rosenthal down through Blow, Krugman, Collins, Friedman, etc. All HRC hacks with the singular narrative that Bernie is tilting at windmills. So go ahead, find ONE piece that doesn't conform to that narrative.


You're right, it's all a vast left-wing media conspiracy to stifle the voice of... a socialist.  I get it.

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You're right, it's all a vast left-wing media conspiracy to stifle the voice of... a socialist.  I get it.


It has nothing to do with "left" vs "right."  Places like the NYT are pretty much in the tank for the DNC.  Bernie isn't a real democrat.  He is a socialist - he only ran as a Dem to get exposure and force the DNC further left.

I mean Krugman may be the most pro-war columnist of all time - maybe more than a Bill Kristol.  He's the one who wants aliens to attack so we can get a huge GDP boost from rebuilding.

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How does someone get a Nobel in economics yet believe in the broken window? This is not new with Krugman.
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Originally Posted by NickCarraway View Post

Girlfriend, please. Find ONE NYT editorial or column that was pro-Bernie in any way, shape or form. From Andrew Rosenthal down through Blow, Krugman, Collins, Friedman, etc. All HRC hacks with the singular narrative that Bernie is tilting at windmills. So go ahead, find ONE piece that doesn't conform to that narrative.

What about the op-ed from this dude?
http://nyti.ms/29cQUeS
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How does someone get a Nobel in economics yet believe in the broken window? This is not new with Krugman.

Krugman pulled out Broken Window in the wake of 9/11. Most repulsive thing I've ever read.
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What about the op-ed from this dude?
http://nyti.ms/29cQUeS

Please re-read my post. I'm looking for one column from a regular Times columnist or their Editorial Board that casts BS in a positive light vis a vis HRC.
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So needy
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I remember Krugman's alien invasion article. All I could think of at the time was the Alien Nation intro where they transposed Reagan importing illegal non-terrestrial aliens saying "if not now, when? If not us, who?"

Shit that movie was the tits.
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How does someone get a Nobel in economics yet believe in the broken window? This is not new with Krugman.

 

His academic work seems to not be in line with what he writes in the Times.  I don't read his articles much anymore, but I believe he has been anti-trade in the NYT or at least we aren't going to see any more benefits from free trade so why bother increasing it.  Meanwhile, his Nobel is for expanding on comparative advantage and the benefits of free trade.

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The GOP missed a great opportunity, by not having Malik speak at their convention,



Malik was for keeping Gadhafi in power, and thought HRC should have been indicted. He would make a good Republican, if he's not one already.


If Auma Obama, Mark Obama Ndesandjo or Maya Soetoro-Ng had done so it would have been news worthy. Malik appears to be the dumb brother who yearns for attention.

That being said, blacks from the Anglophone Caribbean, Latin America and Africa are much more conservative than their AA brothers. If not for the blatant racist rhetoric of establishment as well as the base, those demographics would have been easily wrapped up by the GOP.
Edited by Rumpelstiltskin - 7/24/16 at 8:16pm
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If Auma Obama, Mark Obama Ndesandjo or Maya Soetoro-Ng had done so it would have been news worthy. Malik appears to be the dumb brother who yearns for attention.

That being said, blacks from the Anglophone Caribbean, Latin America and Africa are much more conservative than their AA brothers. If not for the blatant racist rhetoric of establishment as well as the base, those demographics would have been easily wrapped up by the GOP.

I think Malik looks to make some money off of his famous step brother too.

As to the non AA black people I agree with what you say generally.

Many of them will vote for Trump, but few of them will be shouting it out.

Obama got about 93% of the black vote against Romney and I don't think HRC will come close to that. If she gets 85%+ it would be bad for her.
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I think Malik looks to make some money off of his famous step brother too


Thats makes him unscrupulous not intelligent.

 

 

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As to the non AA black people I agree with what you say generally.

Many of them will vote for Trump, but few of them will be shouting it out.

 


You're smoking. His anti immigrant rhetoric is enough to turn away most of those 1st or 2nd gen immigrants who might sympathize with his "policies".

 

 

 

 

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Obama got about 93% of the black vote against Romney and I don't think HRC will come close to that. If she gets 85%+ it would be bad for her.


Hillary will get a greater share of the Hispanic vote which will be enough to push her over the top


Edited by Rumpelstiltskin - 7/24/16 at 10:18pm
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