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If Dems were the party they think they are they would have an answer to Trump's economic message, but they don't!

Last weekend I was driving through Western Massachusetts around Springfield and economically and culturally it’s pretty post-apocalyptic.  A lot of liquor stores, vaping stores (it’s a growth business) a lot of fast food, and a lot of people shopping at the thrift store we were at. 245 more words

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Thus cementing her position as a moderate Republican!

From the New York Times:

Some Republican operatives are so disgusted with their presumptive nominee that they will support Mrs. Clinton.

If she was a New Deal Roosevelt Democrat they wouldn’t be moving her way, that’s for sure.

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Do you remember when Obama said he preferred a public option? Dems in bed with insurance companies!

From here:

Excerpt 1:

INFLUENTIAL DEMOCRATIC CONSULTANTS, some of whom work for the Super PACs backing Hillary Clinton, have signed up to fight a bold initiative to create a state-based single-payer system in Colorado, according to a state filing posted Monday.

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Larry Wilmore hilarious!! How dare a bald, black dude jeer people in power!

From here:

At the top of The Nightly Show Monday evening, Wilmore immediately addressed the kerfuffle over his use of the term “my nigga” in reference to the president.

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Quote of the day! Eddie Snowden!

From here:

What begins as a survival strategy ends with the compromise of the human being it sought to preserve and the diminishing of the democracy meant to justify the sacrifice.

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Babs Streisand endorses Clintons' 'I can be corrupt too, right?' argument!

A Barbara Streisand twert:

What’s the issue about Secretary @HillaryClinton getting $225k a speech when Pres Bush 41/43 got $1m/Trump $1.25m. OK for men but not women?

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No sympathy for you Trump haters/Trump makers!

From here:

Trump’s brand of populism has been enabled by the roughly 40-year decline of our middle class that both parties have facilitated through the abandonment of Franklin D.

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