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^ They mad because most of the (D) media is definitely pro-Hillary

anyway just found this video and it solidified my disgust with Hillary, maybe I am just a terrible sexist cis-scum but idk why someone who identifies as (D) would vote her instead of Sanders.

if you can watch this video and still prefer Hillary over Sanders please tell me why, because frankly it's hard for understand for me and I would love to hear a good argument in her favor, because I assume there is one to make if she has such strong support
Edited by wojt - 3/7/16 at 7:52pm
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Especially when you have to maintain residency back home too.

Congressmen's living arrangements in DC can be downright hilarious. I've read multiple accounts of them living together that make it seem like they're nothing but old frat boys.
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Also, Reddit is fucking intolerable right now. Every third thread is some bullshit pro-Bernie post. They're almost all stupid, like "zomg the media is ignoring Bernie winning three small states while Hillary won a big state and they got the same number of delegates conspiracy lol Hillary is doomed."


When isn't Reddit insufferable when it comes to politics?

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Also, Reddit is fucking intolerable right now. Every third thread is some bullshit pro-Bernie post. They're almost all stupid, like "zomg the media is ignoring Bernie winning three small states while Hillary won a big state and they got the same number of delegates conspiracy lol Hillary is doomed."
To be fair, the mainstream media coverage has been incredibly biased.
Even now, the underlying theme in the Times coverage has been Hilary's inevitability.
As Sanders won Michigan the Times opined that "Sanders has yet to prove he can win a large, diverse, and populous state." The total disconnect from realty is astounding.
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^ding ding ding. NYT is and has been a big shill for Hills.
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^ding ding ding. NYT is and has been a big shill for Hills.

She really is an awful candidate. Clinton v. Trump would make Bush v. Kerry look like a great choice.
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When isn't Reddit insufferable when it comes to politics?

I don't even read the politics forums, it's just that the Bernie/anti-Hillary contingent votes all these stupid political arguments onto the general frontpage.
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To be fair, the mainstream media coverage has been incredibly biased.
Even now, the underlying theme in the Times coverage has been Hilary's inevitability.
As Sanders won Michigan the Times opined that "Sanders has yet to prove he can win a large, diverse, and populous state." The total disconnect from realty is astounding.

Eric is going to call you "weasely" for saying this.
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To be fair, the mainstream media coverage has been incredibly biased.
Even now, the underlying theme in the Times coverage has been Hilary's inevitability.
As Sanders won Michigan the Times opined that "Sanders has yet to prove he can win a large, diverse, and populous state." The total disconnect from realty is astounding.

He won by a very slim margin. Also, the MSM had declared the MI debate a draw when it seemed fairly obvious that Clinton triumphed. Her inevitability still stands, I fear.
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She really is an awful candidate. Clinton v. Trump would make Bush v. Kerry look like a great choice.

Why do you say she's an awful candidate ? If anything, she seems like a very professional and incredibly well-prepared one. (Not sure what the second part means either)
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He won by a very slim margin. Also, the MSM had declared the MI debate a draw when it seemed fairly obvious that Clinton triumphed. Her inevitability still stands, I fear.
Why do you say she's an awful candidate ? If anything, she seems like a very professional and incredibly well-prepared one. (Not sure what the second part means either)

Bernie won by a slim margin but, according to the narrative he was supposed to have faded after Vermont and was projected to lose by a huge margin just couple months to weeks ago. Outside of the Deep South he is killing it.
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The point is he's killing it in states with relatively few delegates or electoral college votes. Michigan is the only significant/large state he has won. Perhaps now things may change for him - Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, etc. We'll see.
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The point is he's killing it in states with relatively few delegates or electoral college votes. Michigan is the only significant/large state he has won. Perhaps now things may change for him - Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, etc. We'll see.
until last night he was only winning white states. This was a big get for him.

Btw,other than His home state, Cruz is only winning white states too.doesn't bigger well for him with the next 5 states being diverse.
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The point is he's killing it in states with relatively few delegates or electoral college votes. Michigan is the only significant/large state he has won. Perhaps now things may change for him - Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, etc. We'll see.

Dude, he's one several medium size states, like Colorado or Kansas and been very close in several others.

The real point is that in states Democrats have a snow balls chance in hell of wining he is beating Clinton. Hilary won Texas, sure, but there is no way a Dem carries that in the general election. A state like Colorado is going to be in play come election time and winning those states is key to winning the election.
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until last night he was only winning white states. This was a big get for him.

Btw,other than His home state, Cruz is only winning white states too.doesn't bigger well for him with the next 5 states being diverse.

If you look at the maps Bernie didn't win any of the major black areas; he still can't seem to get black votes.
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If you look at the maps Bernie didn't win any of the major black areas; he still can't seem to get black votes.

Wonder why? Seems like some blacks have done well in unions. Sanders seems better for unions to me.
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