Sen. Sanders: Dem party handed Presidency to Trump

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He's right. Theu black balled him when HE had the right message and "installed" hiLIARy and we all see how well that worked out.

Bernie Sanders 'deeply humiliated' by Democrats' inability to do this
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Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday lambasted the Democratic Party for failing to pay attention to white working class voters during the election.

“There needs to be a profound change in the way the Democratic Party does business. It is not good enough to have a liberal elite,” Sanders said in an interview on “CBS This Morning.”
 

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I told you all Bernie could have knocked Hillary off by going Third party, the Dems would have had to push her aside, instead he got bought off for 30 silver piece
 

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He's right. The DNC black- balled him (see: Wasserman Shultz)
Yep, we saw that going on in the primaries where Hillary had X number of delegates already before a primary even started.

All that is because it's all about Party and party loyalty and being a good soldier. Democrats weren't OK with Bernie's level of maverick and not being a Democrat.

And yet --- the Republicans were OK with theirs -- they could have done the same thing, but blew it. So ironically the Democrats handled it more conservatively than the Repubs. Weird world.

All of which just underscores why never-ending political parties suck dingo balls.
 
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He's right. The DNC black- balled him (see: Wasserman Shultz) when HE had the right message and "installed" hiLIARy and we all see how well that worked out.

Bernie Sanders 'deeply humiliated' by Democrats' inability to do this
Too bad Sanders has already destroyed his own brand.

He had the opportunity to refuse to support Hillary, and he had the ability to call out the social justice warrior bs that lost the Democrats the election, he didn't do either.
he ran on their party ticket you dummy. He HAD to endorse the eventual nominee :banghead:

You're welcome.
 

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He's right. The DNC black- balled him (see: Wasserman Shultz) when HE had the right message and "installed" hiLIARy and we all see how well that worked out.

Bernie Sanders 'deeply humiliated' by Democrats' inability to do this
Too bad Sanders has already destroyed his own brand.

He had the opportunity to refuse to support Hillary, and he had the ability to call out the social justice warrior bs that lost the Democrats the election, he didn't do either.
he ran on their party ticket you dummy. He HAD to endorse the eventual nominee :banghead:

You're welcome.
You mean like John Kasich did? Oh wait.....
 

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He's right. The DNC black- balled him (see: Wasserman Shultz) when HE had the right message and "installed" hiLIARy and we all see how well that worked out.

Bernie Sanders 'deeply humiliated' by Democrats' inability to do this
Democrats owed Bernie Sanders NOTHING.

Sanders has ridden the Democrat wagon for decades masquarading as an Independent.

If he ever had had the guts he would have run for president as an Independent, but again he chose to be cheap to pay his own fare and hitch hike on the Democrat wagon.

He is still a better person than the queen of all hitchhikers who thought that having a very seldom used vagina and the last name of a sexual predator would propel her to the post that she never did or could earn.
 

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Kasich? Who is that? You mean the guy who went from Washington to Lehman Bros? THAT John Kasich? HE has a lot of credibility :rolleyes-41: :cuckoo:
Well he has enough credibility to get elected governor of Ohio.
 

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Kasich? Who is that? You mean the guy who went from Washington to Lehman Bros? THAT John Kasich? HE has a lot of credibility :rolleyes-41: :cuckoo:
Well he has enough credibility to get elected governor of Ohio.
which means he'll take money from anybody. You're point? :eusa_eh:
that he has enough credibility to get elected, which seems only tangential to the main point; he is a dick for failing to back his parties nominee after he took a pledge to do so.
 

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Kasich? Who is that? You mean the guy who went from Washington to Lehman Bros? THAT John Kasich? HE has a lot of credibility :rolleyes-41: :cuckoo:
He did run one of the most successful re-elections in history.
 
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Kasich? Who is that? You mean the guy who went from Washington to Lehman Bros? THAT John Kasich? HE has a lot of credibility :rolleyes-41: :cuckoo:
Well he has enough credibility to get elected governor of Ohio.
which means he'll take money from anybody. You're point? :eusa_eh:
that he has enough credibility to get elected, which seems only tangential to the main point; he is a dick for failing to back his parties nominee after he took a pledge to do so.
true but I think he was sour grapes because he was one of the first to be eliminated, correct

Now we changed sides in our debate :p
 
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Kasich? Who is that? You mean the guy who went from Washington to Lehman Bros? THAT John Kasich? HE has a lot of credibility :rolleyes-41: :cuckoo:
He did run one of the most successful re-elections in history.
STILL a sell- out for going from Washington to Lehman. He cashed- in just like hiLIARy on public service which is sickening :puke:
 

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Kasich? Who is that? You mean the guy who went from Washington to Lehman Bros? THAT John Kasich? HE has a lot of credibility :rolleyes-41: :cuckoo:
He did run one of the most successful re-elections in history.
STILL a sell- out for going from Washington to Lehman.
The point is that he had a lot of pull.

If Kasich had endorsed Trump he would have won Ohio by almost 30 points.

Sanders didn't sign a pledge and he still endorsed Clinton, despite being a supposed independent, but yet Kasich did sign the pledge and still didn't support Trump.
 

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Bernie would have beat Trump...the Dems fucked up.
1) Tell me what state that went for Hillary, that would not have went for Bernie....answer - zero.
2) I do not believe Trump would have cashed in all of the upper midwest states like he did...where Bernie had support...he beat Hillary in three of them
 

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