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    Quote Originally Posted by Isalexi View Post
    This has always been the problem with Democrats. Republicans March to the same drummer, we don't. Put two Democrats in a room and you will come out with three different opinions
    Any way you look at it, Democrats didn't really need UHC, free college, a $15.00 minimum wage, repealing NAFTA and shutting down oil pipelines in 2016. All they really needed to do was to stop the damned Republicans from fucking everything up again.

    But, Nooooo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    Sanders is traveling all over the country,picking out the worst hicks he can find. That coal miner was a classic example.

    No,Sanders is only popular to those who cling to that.

    The New Democrats I am watching,such as Congressman Heck today. His great speech in the Comey hearing is not up yet on Google. I watched so many young,really great Democrats today. They are the future of the party.

    Bernie lost the Primary. He is not only old,he is old news and certainly not a Democrat. From a tiny northeast state.
    Bernie went and spoke to the poor, drug addicted and union workers. How dare he!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemoWhip View Post
    About time you did and took care of your own needs instead of continuously poking your nose into things of a party that is not your own.
    #bigtentparty

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