I have heard multiple pundits on the media dismiss Bernie's Revolution as a failure because of the lower number of voters in the democratic primary election. Has anyone ever thought about voter suppression? To me this is exemplar of the effectiveness of the undermining of voting rights and I hope Bernie points this out.
I know Trump's supporters are out there and only supporting him because of the ridiculous things he is saying but what if he wasn't in the race? Would some of these same people be supporting Sanders right now because they are sick of establishment politics?
Will the Congress or Senate work with Hillary, her being a woman, since they have'nt worked with Obama, him being black? Or is it just the Democrats the Republicans won't work with?
Walker and His GOP CUT another $250 million from University of Wisconsin with $94 million in cuts targeting specifically the Madison campus.
"That there edge-a-ma-kay-shun ain't got no place here in the Wisconsin don't cha know!"
Republican ideology and consequent policies are a means to an end.
I’m just making an observation about our rigged political system and not endorsing anybody. And I continue to be baffled with the establishments hatred of Trump
Trump and Hillary are either being allowed to be where they are at in the race via a tacit approval given the preponderance of the media (Hillary) or, by every indication, similarly being “asked to leave” (Trump).
There are two things that really tick me off lately -- the constant pounding to vote blue no matter what - shouldn't that start near the end of the primary?
Also, the bombardment pushing Bernie to drop out - aimed at his supporters! Why? Are we supposed to give up our right to vote for our choice when the primaries have barely started? I don't remember this from previous elections. Is this new or just someone taking advantage of Facebook and the Internet to push out the propaganda?