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Old 04-25-2016, 10:49 PM   #46
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Man I really don't think there's anything uglier than partisan support. On any side. There is one woman on Twitter I followed back when Baltimore blew up, she was terrific, but these days literally every tweet and RT, several in an hour, is about Bernie, whether it's a really shithouse "dank" meme, or constant complaining about Hillary... I'm about as left as they come and it just makes my skin coil. It's hideous.
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that's like 99% of what Jimmy Dore says.
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just change "lame-stream" to "corporate" media and, well, these are the conversations i read on Facebook (and keep my damn mouth shut).

what i find so interesting about people who advocate for candidates who aren't presently front-runners, in this or other elections, is the blame-the-media strategy -- the right has been doing it for years, "liberal media bias," but now i'm hearing it from the left about "corporate media" -- as well as the overuse and misuse of the word "narrative." The common "well, that's what THEY want you to believe" is maddening.
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I don't think there's any media malice about the Sanders campaign.

But I do think early on, he wasn't taken legitimately and that probably really helped Clinton with name recognition in early voting states. I don't think that was some ploy from the media... to be honest it would've been a ploy had they been talking too much about Sanders (a ploy to strength competition against Clinton so they have stuff to talk about).
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I don't think there's any media malice about the Sanders campaign.

But I do think early on, he wasn't taken legitimately and that probably really helped Clinton with name recognition in early voting states. I don't think that was some ploy from the media... to be honest it would've been a ploy had they been talking too much about Sanders (a ploy to strength competition against Clinton so they have stuff to talk about).


i agree, but where you see the natural course of events others see CONSPIRACY and CLINTON NEWS NETWORK and THE BANKERS ARE SCARED OF BERNIE SO THEY ARE BLACKING HIM OUT.

i probably know too many people in San Francisco.




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2016 US Presidential Election Thread - VIII

I dunno. It's a good story. It's one of the talking points of his campaign. Really big corporations will use you.

I'd say that much is true, but I don't know about any conspiracy. I'm not a fan.

The only conspiracy I truly believe is that the NHL helped fix game 6 of the Panthers-Islanders playoff game to help the repairing image of the now-in-Brooklyn New York Islanders. Just saying. This was probably Clinton's doing.
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I like Bernie Sanders on a personal level, I think he's a decent human being and seems to have stood for something in his life. But I really hope he moves on quickly and puts all of us out of our collective miseries. He has done well to push HC to the left on some issues and if she and her team are intelligent, they will work with him to on one or two things that are meaningful to him and his supporters. Let this show get on the road already.
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My lord Ted Cruz is trying to rip off Hoosiers in his speech.

At what level of self loathing do you have to be to attend a Ted Cruz rally?
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Is there anyone creepier than Ted Cruz in the history of the presidential race?

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Did Dennis Hastert ever run?
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Meanwhile Michael Stipe must be channeling Rip Van Winkle. WTF.
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