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post #1246 of 3333
So she did nothing in 8 years. A perfect senator.
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

The Citizens United decision has been pretty good to Hillary,

The 20 donors who have given the most to support Hillary Clinton’s political runs



https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2015/11/19/the-top-20-donors-who-have-given-the-most-to-support-hillary-clintons-political-runs/

But, of course, Hilly will do "the right thing", and seek to strike down Citizens United as soon as she can.

 

11. Herbert and Marion Sandler; former savings and loan executives – $1,002,700

 

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Lol, CSpan.
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

This is actually true:

Just 3 Bills Sponsored By Sen. Hillary Clinton Became Law.
During her eight years in the U.S. Senate, Hillary Clinton sponsored just three bills that eventually became law.
Clinton served as the junior senator from New York from January 2001 to January 2009, during George W. Bush’s presidency. The three pieces of legislation that became law named a highway, renamed a post office and designated a historic site.

S. 1241: A bill to establish the Kate Mullany National Historic Site in the State of New York. Bush signed the bill Dec. 3, 2004.

S. 3613: A bill to name a post office the "Major George Quamo Post Office Building." Bush signed the bill Oct. 6, 2006.

S. 3145: A bill to designate a highway in New York as the Timothy J. Russert highway. Bush signed the bill July 23, 2008.

P.S. Her camp would argue that she co-sponsored a lot of bills that have passed in a Senate , but co-sponsorship means the person signs her name onto a bill once it is written by the author and up for a vote. So at the end of the day Clinton were coasting for 8 years while Willi gave speeches. That was ok until Professor in chief threw her a bone and she became the most incompetent sec. of state in recent history.

You realize sponsoring is basically just about grandstanding, right?
Oh wait, you clearly don't. Never mind.

I'm sure Hannity appreciates the re-tweet, though.
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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

she is trying to appeal to the crowd she is not going to get in the first place, like with Tim Kaine pick its a mistake, she could throw a bone to progressives and seal the deal already
No. Most serious people who are substantively progressive and engaged, even if they are far more progressive than her, will vote for her because the alternative is Trump. The people who say they'll boycott her are largely entitled, butthurt-addicted millennials and millennial wannabes. There's no way she can cater to them enough to satisfy them - if you'd ever worked in an American company with spoiled millennial employees you'd understand the dynamic very well. There are far more votes to be picked up by picking up people who are weakly for Trump based on nothing but the novelty factor, and in getting out the vote among the base.
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

No. Most serious people who are substantively progressive and engaged, even if they are far more progressive than her, will vote for her because the alternative is Trump. The people who say they'll boycott her are largely entitled, butthurt-addicted millennials and millennial wannabes. There's no way she can cater to them enough to satisfy them - if you'd ever worked in an American company with spoiled millennial employees you'd understand the dynamic very well. There are far more votes to be picked up by picking up people who are weakly for Trump based on nothing but the novelty factor, and in getting out the vote among the base.


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Originally Posted by greger View Post

Your college educated, aren't you? Use that college education to study pc and write about it, and it will be nothing more than rewriting history. Your a brain, so enjoy yourself.

It takes way to much time to write about it. You could say just about anything without offending anyone. PC is about thieving people telling you that you are supposed to be offended in a way that dumb people believe it, and those who stood up against it were shouted down. Sometimes the media is your enemy, because they have so much power. We're not better because of them. The liberal media has turned into a monster using pc against the rest of us. If you don't know what freedom is, how can you miss it?

Did you college teach basic English? Like contractions and how to spell one-syllable words?
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post


Is Conne a Berniac?
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@Connemara LD wants to know.
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@Connemara LD wants to know.

I mean, HRC has finally become age appropriate for him, so . . .
post #1256 of 3333
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

You realize sponsoring is basically just about grandstanding, right?
Oh wait, you clearly don't. Never mind.

I'm sure Hannity appreciates the re-tweet, though.

Thank you for explaining to us something that was clear all along while giving perfect example of grandstanding.
You r really good at this.
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

Thank you for explaining to us something that was clear all along while giving perfect example of grandstanding.
You r really good at this.

So the point of your post was to commend Clinton for not grandstanding, then?

Or are you just dishonest as well as a fucking idiot?
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Or are you just dishonest as well as a fucking idiot?


Trick question.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Trick question.

You're right, it's theoretically possible -- albeit unlikely -- that the answer could be "all of the above".
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post


No. Most serious people who are substantively progressive and engaged, even if they are far more progressive than her, will vote for her because the alternative is Trump. The people who say they'll boycott her are largely entitled, butthurt-addicted millennials and millennial wannabes. There's no way she can cater to them enough to satisfy them - if you'd ever worked in an American company with spoiled millennial employees you'd understand the dynamic very well. There are far more votes to be picked up by picking up people who are weakly for Trump based on nothing but the novelty factor, and in getting out the vote among the base.

 

Do Millennials even work?

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