Sunday, March 6, 2016

Bernie Batting .750 This Weekend

   Senator Bernie Sanders picked up the Maine caucus on Sunday by a 64-36 margin.   But by the time you add in the super delegates both he and Hillary Clinton get the same amount.
    Its tough to overcome the rigged system the Dems have.....

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Jeff, what's with the JCC show featuring a transgender babe who dresses and presents herself like a porn star? Is this supposed to prove our openness and lack of phobia? Fine, bring her/him in. I get tired of these bs shows, especially when indirectly, I'm paying for it. What's next at JCC, a black dude who had an ear transplant from a white guy and faces phobia and scorn? Oh the pain. Just send the bill to the taxpayers, JCC.

Ted Ford said...

Just for the record the super-delegates are not committed to vote for any specific candidate. However, most of them have indicated a preference for Secretary Clinton. They can change their minds and in many conventions in the past have done just that.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Ted, it's NOT a fixed system. We all believe you. Thanks for the spin.

Anonymous said...

Its not a rigged system, its a political party. If Sanders wanted to be the top dog in the democratic party, he should have become a democrat years ago and worked his way up. He chose to register himself with a fascist collectivist party instead. And now he has some catching up to do.

Anonymous said...

Way to completely go off topic right out of the gate 921. You are an embarrassment.

Anonymous said...

The super delegate process is patently unfair and reeks of insider backroom politics . It is no wonder people are pissed at BOTH parties .,but at least the rediculous elephants have'nt stooped THIS low to rig a process .

The process needs to change and the systemic shenanigans must end , it is 2016 not 1816 .

Anonymous said...

6:29, I'm sorry bring up the JCC baloney scares you so much. My guess is you are afraid every day of your life. It can't be easy on your family. Writing about something else is ok, you won't get hurt. Relax.

Anonymous said...

15% percent of the Democrats delegates are unpledged or super delegates. A block that big ensures that the party gets what it wants regardless of the voters desire. Sanders needs 3 votes to every one of Clinton's votes to have chance. but that does seem likely. Even a slight lead in popular vote is not enough for him going into the convention.

Anonymous said...

The only thing that scares me about wingnuts like 921, is when they come unglued they usually go and shoot up public places.
Your Planned Parenthood buddy Robbie Dear is a perfect example.

With friends like that...

Middle-Class Mike said...

Mayor when your right --your right -- thinking same thing: (see below)

I tweeted: @meetthepress Chuck Todd: explain why Hillary has just lost 3 out of 4 State races to @BernieSanders, stacked deck makes her a winner! MCM