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Tahuyaman
05-26-2016, 03:41 PM
In the wake of Hillary backing out of an agreed to debate, Sanders came up with something politically brilliant. He used Jimmy Kimmell's show to ask Trump if he would be willing to engage him in a debate in California. It was brilliant in that it should have caught Trump off guard and led to some stumbling response. However, Trump's response was even more brilliant.

http://www.salon.com/2016/05/26/what_the_hell_are_you_doing_bernie_the_vermont_sen ator_inexplicably_agrees_to_debate_donald_trump/

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/281325-trump-id-love-to-debate-sanders-for-charity

Cigar
05-26-2016, 04:08 PM
Trump will never do it ... unless he can use insults for all the answers, because he has not policy legs.

Cigar
05-26-2016, 04:16 PM
Donald Trump rep: offer to debate Bernie Sanders was just a JokeDonald Trump was only joking when he said he would debate Bernie Sanders, his campaign said on Thursday after a morning of media frenzy.

Sanders’ campaign confirmed he was serious about the opportunity if Trump was, but an aide to Trump clarified on Thursday that the former reality TV star was joking and had no intention to actually debate Sanders.

A debate between candidates from both parties before the conclusion of the nominating process would have been highly unusual and a potential headache for Clinton, who turned down an invitation from Fox News to debate Sanders earlier this week – citing the need to shift gears toward the looming battle with Trump in November.

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/may/26/california-debate-bernie-sanders-donald-trump

Cigar
05-26-2016, 04:18 PM
Now Trump says he'lldebate Bernie - for $10 million. Just saw this on Politico. No link yet ...


Trump, aways the scam'er :rollseyes:

Mark III
05-26-2016, 04:30 PM
In the wake of Hillary backing out of an agreed to debate, Sanders came up with something politically brilliant. He used Jimmy Kimmell's show to ask Trump if he would be willing to engage him in a debate in California. It was brilliant in that it should have caught Trump off guard and led to some stumbling response. However, Trump's response was even more brilliant.

http://www.salon.com/2016/05/26/what_the_hell_are_you_doing_bernie_the_vermont_sen ator_inexplicably_agrees_to_debate_donald_trump/

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/281325-trump-id-love-to-debate-sanders-for-charity

The most overblown and misused phrase of the season - "Trump was brilliant"

MMC
05-26-2016, 04:30 PM
Now Trump says he'll

debate Bernie - for $10 million. Just saw this on Politico. No link yet ...


Trump, aways the scam'er :rollseyes:



There goes that BS about Trump being the scam'er. :laugh:

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have seemingly agreed in principle to give the world the debate it's been waiting for.

Appearing on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in a show that aired Wednesday night, Trump said he would be willing to debate Sanders if proceeds from such an event went to charity.

Within minutes of the statement airing, Sanders had agreed to the idea.



"Game on. I look forward to debating Donald Trump in California before the June 7 primary," he tweeted early Thursday morning.....snip~

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/trump-sanders-kimmel-debate-223594

Mark III
05-26-2016, 04:31 PM
This will be a circus , a reality show with the potential to mar Sander's legacy from this campaign.

The Xl
05-26-2016, 04:32 PM
Sanders is done, there isn't any logical upside in it for either Clinton or Trump. It's a shame.

Mark III
05-26-2016, 04:33 PM
There goes that BS about Trump being the scam'er.

What an odd comment. The evidence that Trump is a scammer is overwhelming and has nothing to do with this "debate".

MMC
05-26-2016, 04:41 PM
There goes that BS about Trump being the scam'er.

What an odd comment. The evidence that Trump is a scammer is overwhelming and has nothing to do with this "debate".

Since you thought it was odd. Why don't you pony up those links showing Trump is a scam'er with Debates like Cigar tried to paint out. As I said.....tried. I'll wait!

What part about the money going to charity do you consider to be a scam?

MMC
05-26-2016, 04:48 PM
This will be a circus , a reality show with the potential to mar Sander's legacy from this campaign.

Now lets take a look at the real reality. Rather than the left's idea of making up their own shit.

Trump-Sanders debate would be Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare......

A Donald Trump (http://www.cnbc.com/donald-trump/) vs. Bernie Sanders (http://www.cnbc.com/bernie-sanders/) debate in the coming days before the June 7th California primary is getting closer to becoming a reality. If this happens, it will likely be a huge boost for Sanders, a mild aid to Trump, and -- to borrow the key buzz word of this election so far – a YUGE pain in the neck for Hillary Clinton (http://www.cnbc.com/hillary-clinton/).

For Sanders, this entire election has been a "nothing to lose" proposition. He was given no chance to even make a dent in Mrs. Clinton's inevitable coronation, er presidential nomination, by the Democrats. And as a lifetime Senate backbencher, he was not in danger of losing a chairmanship or leadership position. While it's basically impossible for Sanders to overtake Clinton in the delegate battle, the latest PPIC poll shows Sanders trails her by just two percentage points among likely California primary voters.

Needless to say, if Sanders wins this primary it will wound Mrs. Clinton greatly. And Sanders chances to do just that would rise if this debate comes off. The contest would no doubt be the most-watched event in Sanders' political life and Clinton wouldn't even be there to defend herself. For a campaign that's been suffering a number of failures lately (http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/26/(http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/20/the-three-biggest-mistakes-hillary-clinton-is-making-right-now-commentary.html)), its refusal to debate Sanders and setting off this alternative contest vs. Trump is perhaps the biggest failure yet. She can't even benefit from a sympathy factor if Trump and Sanders get too nasty in attacking her in absentia, because her absence is entirely her own fault.

The only potential negative for Sanders is he's wading into waters vs. Trump that he's not quite used to. His battle with the Clinton campaign has become nastier of late, but it's nothing compared to what Donald Trump's opponents have had to face over the past 10 months. Sanders can get pretty nasty himself, as many of his Senate colleagues can tell you, but even though he can fight fire with fire against Trump it doesn't mean that's the kind of image he wants to present to undecided voters in California and nationwide.....snip~

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/26/trump-sanders-debate-would-be-hillary-clintons-worst-nightmare-commentary.html?__source=yahoo|finance|headline|he adline|story&par=yahoo&doc=103668528&yptr=yahoo&ref=yfp


Oh.....now we can see why. As if this takes place.....its not good for Hillary. As a matter of fact its very bad for Hillary and her Cult members. So we can see why the Leftness will talk shit about Trump over it. :laugh:

Green Arrow
05-26-2016, 04:49 PM
I hope this actually happens. I'd watch it for sure.

Mark III
05-26-2016, 04:53 PM
Now lets take a look at the real reality. Rather than the left's idea of making up their own $#@!.

Trump-Sanders debate would be Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare......

A Donald Trump (http://www.cnbc.com/donald-trump/) vs. Bernie Sanders (http://www.cnbc.com/bernie-sanders/) debate in the coming days before the June 7th California primary is getting closer to becoming a reality. If this happens, it will likely be a huge boost for Sanders, a mild aid to Trump, and -- to borrow the key buzz word of this election so far – a YUGE pain in the neck for Hillary Clinton (http://www.cnbc.com/hillary-clinton/).

For Sanders, this entire election has been a "nothing to lose" proposition. He was given no chance to even make a dent in Mrs. Clinton's inevitable coronation, er presidential nomination, by the Democrats. And as a lifetime Senate backbencher, he was not in danger of losing a chairmanship or leadership position. While it's basically impossible for Sanders to overtake Clinton in the delegate battle, the latest PPIC poll shows Sanders trails her by just two percentage points among likely California primary voters.

Needless to say, if Sanders wins this primary it will wound Mrs. Clinton greatly. And Sanders chances to do just that would rise if this debate comes off. The contest would no doubt be the most-watched event in Sanders' political life and Clinton wouldn't even be there to defend herself. For a campaign that's been suffering a number of failures lately (http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/26/(http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/20/the-three-biggest-mistakes-hillary-clinton-is-making-right-now-commentary.html)), its refusal to debate Sanders and setting off this alternative contest vs. Trump is perhaps the biggest failure yet. She can't even benefit from a sympathy factor if Trump and Sanders get too nasty in attacking her in absentia, because her absence is entirely her own fault.

The only potential negative for Sanders is he's wading into waters vs. Trump that he's not quite used to. His battle with the Clinton campaign has become nastier of late, but it's nothing compared to what Donald Trump's opponents have had to face over the past 10 months. Sanders can get pretty nasty himself, as many of his Senate colleagues can tell you, but even though he can fight fire with fire against Trump it doesn't mean that's the kind of image he wants to present to undecided voters in California and nationwide.....snip~

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/26/trump-sanders-debate-would-be-hillary-clintons-worst-nightmare-commentary.html?__source=yahoo|finance|headline|he adline|story&par=yahoo&doc=103668528&yptr=yahoo&ref=yfp


Oh.....now we can see why. As if this takes place.....its not good for Hillary. As a matter of fact its very bad for Hillary and her Cult members. So we can see why the Leftness will talk $#@! about Trump over it. :laugh:


If this debate takes place, the only person helped would be Hillary Clinton. The "debate" will be the political equivalent of the Worldwide Wrestling Federation, and Clinton will look better just for not having been involved. Beyond that it is pretty meaningless.

MMC
05-26-2016, 05:04 PM
If this debate takes place, the only person helped would be Hillary Clinton. The "debate" will be the political equivalent of the Worldwide Wrestling Federation, and Clinton will look better just for not having been involved. Beyond that it is pretty meaningless.

Say what :rollseyes: with Sanders being less than 2 percentage points and within the margin of error to take Hillary to the cleaners once again. Are you sure you know how politics works with an election. CNBC just explained it out as to why its a problem for Crooked Hillary.

Despite the fact that it would be one of the most watched Debates. Sanders would easily overcome Clinton's tiny and very my-noot lead. Propelling him to win California despite Hillary getting her 85 delegates. Thus causing Hillary to lose again.

You know.....her actual track record. Of losing and being a loser.

Mark III
05-26-2016, 05:20 PM
Say what :rollseyes: with Sanders being less than 2 percentage points and within the margin of error to take Hillary to the cleaners once again. Are you sure you know how politics works with an election. CNBC just explained it out as to why its a problem for Crooked Hillary.

Despite the fact that it would be one of the most watched Debates. Sanders would easily overcome Clinton's tiny and very my-noot lead. Propelling him to win California despite Hillary getting her 85 delegates. Thus causing Hillary to lose again.

You know.....her actual track record. Of losing and being a loser.

You clearly don't know enough about politics or the primaries to bother with.

You are starting too many threads without being competent to discuss the subject matter in many of them.

MMC
05-26-2016, 05:38 PM
You clearly don't know enough about politics or the primaries to bother with.

You are starting too many threads without being competent to discuss the subject matter in many of them.


I know more than you will ever know in your pathetic miserable little existence. Wheres those links showing Trump scam'ed money for Charity over those debates, mouth.

Playing mope doesn't help your case., and just to show all that you don't know shit about politics. I will let CNBC show why you as the dumbfuck don't know how to read a link.




The answer is the exposure will be worth it, even for the overexposed Trump. Right now, Trump's #1 best goal is to prove to as many people as possible that he's not crazy. And a relatively cordial, yet lively, debate vs. fellow firebrand Sanders would go a long way toward accomplishing that goal. And each and every moment Trump and Sanders seem to be on the same page about Hillary Clinton's record or choreographed path to the Democratic nomination will be extremely helpful to the Trump camp. Trump's winning image as an outsider can only be enhanced by a sustained national TV appearance with fellow outsider Sanders. ....snip~

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/26/trump-sanders-debate-would-be-hillary-clintons-worst-nightmare-commentary.html?__source=yahoo|finance|headline|he adline|story&par=yahoo&doc=103668528&yptr=yahoo&ref=yfp


Oh and mope.....I didn't start this thread. How you looking now......beside dumb, ignorant, and inbred? :laugh:

Tahuyaman
05-26-2016, 05:55 PM
The most overblown and misused phrase of the season - "Trump was brilliant"

No, it's not overblown or misused, because it's hardly ever used when referring to him.

However in this case, he responsed in a way Sanders wasn't counting on. Sanders thought he was setting him up. It didn't work. Now he's stuck with following through or looking bad.

Chris
05-26-2016, 06:03 PM
I hope this actually happens. I'd watch it for sure.

Ditto, the two anti-establishment candidates going at it. Sanders might be able to set the tone and make it interesting.

Common Sense
05-26-2016, 06:04 PM
Trump will never do it. There is little room for a positive outcome for him. He's better off debating Clinton.

Refugee
05-26-2016, 06:13 PM
Trump is a realist and Sanders is a believer. It’s impossible to destroy a belief with logic.

Common Sense
05-26-2016, 06:24 PM
Trump is a realist and Sanders is a believer. It’s impossible to destroy a belief with logic.

LOL...Trump is a realist and I'm Colonel Sanders.

Refugee
05-26-2016, 06:31 PM
LOL...Trump is a realist and I'm Colonel Sanders.

Whether you think he’s right or wrong, Trump is a realist looking at problems. Sanders is a socialist utopia dreamer. Yes, quite possibly you might be Colonel Saunders, nothing is an impossibility in the liberal mind :smiley:

Common
05-26-2016, 06:35 PM
This a big risk for trump with no reward

Common Sense
05-26-2016, 06:38 PM
Whether you think he’s right or wrong, Trump is a realist looking at problems. Sanders is a socialist utopia dreamer. Yes, quite possibly you might be Colonel Saunders, nothing is an impossibility in the liberal mind :smiley:


Trump is a dreamer who likes to give broad general answers to complex questions. He doesn't like specifics. He likes to appeal to emotion. His plan is to "make America great again". How? He'll get some smart people? Who? He's not sure.

Sanders and his followers are indeed a bit naive to think they can implement his lofty goals and change the way America functions.

Refugee
05-26-2016, 06:43 PM
This a big risk for trump with no reward

I think all Sanders would do is focus on inequalities, which then puts Trump in the same position of having to provide answers to creating a utopia, which will then make him sound as stupid as liberals.

MMC
05-26-2016, 06:48 PM
Trump will never do it. There is little room for a positive outcome for him. He's better off debating Clinton.


Here read it again. This will help with the actual perspective. :wink:

The answer is the exposure will be worth it, even for the overexposed Trump. Right now, Trump's #1 best goal is to prove to as many people as possible that he's not crazy. And a relatively cordial, yet lively, debate vs. fellow firebrand Sanders would go a long way toward accomplishing that goal. And each and every moment Trump and Sanders seem to be on the same page about Hillary Clinton's record or choreographed path to the Democratic nomination will be extremely helpful to the Trump camp. Trump's winning image as an outsider can only be enhanced by a sustained national TV appearance with fellow outsider Sanders. ....snip~

MMC
05-26-2016, 06:49 PM
LOL...Trump is a realist and I'm Colonel Sanders.

The Chicken man? :evil:

Refugee
05-26-2016, 06:49 PM
Trump is a dreamer who likes to give broad general answers to complex questions. He doesn't like specifics. He likes to appeal to emotion. His plan is to "make America great again". How? He'll get some smart people? Who? He's not sure.

Sanders and his followers are indeed a bit naive to think they can implement his lofty goals and change the way America functions.

Well, you’ve had Obama for eight years giving broad answers to complex questions and answers aren’t emotions, change you can believe in is an emotion. Trump isn’t trying to create a utopia, he’s pointing out what he thinks is wrong in society. A lot of people agree and a lot of people are trying to stop him from saying so.
An increasingly divided society, America has a lot of problems, which aren’t going to be solved by waving red flags, BLM protests and shutting down free speech.

MMC
05-26-2016, 07:13 PM
Trump, Sanders explore an unconventional presidential debate.....

Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks said in an email that there were no formal plans yet for such an event. But Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver told CNN that there had been "a few discussions" between the campaigns about the details.

But a nationally televised debate with the presumptive Republican nominee would be a big boost to his chances in the California primary on June 7, when Clinton is likely to clinch the nomination.
Trump said a debate with Sanders could raise up to $15 million for charity.

Clinton, who backed out of an agreement to debate Sanders before the California vote, said she did not think a Trump-Sanders showdown would happen.

"This doesn’t sound like a serious discussion. I’m looking forward to debating Donald Trump in the general election. I really can’t wait to get on the stage with him," she told CNN in a phone interview.....snip~

https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-secures-delegates-needed-clinch-republican-presidential-nomination-143856207.html


Then debate him now Hillary.....Right now. Walk the walk.

Tahuyaman
05-26-2016, 08:08 PM
This a big risk for trump with no reward

Trump can say whatever he wants and his supporters will stick with him.

MMC
05-26-2016, 08:21 PM
Trump can say whatever he wants and his supporters will stick with him.

Hillary wont like that.....only her supporters are allowed to do that.

Green Arrow
05-26-2016, 08:28 PM
Trump is a realist and Sanders is a believer. It’s impossible to destroy a belief with logic.

As it should be.

Refugee
05-26-2016, 09:26 PM
As it should be.

Which is why Trump shouldn’t take on the SWJs and let Sanders and Clinton argue utopias.

Green Arrow
05-26-2016, 10:32 PM
Which is why Trump shouldn’t take on the SWJs and let Sanders and Clinton argue utopias.


What is "SWJ?"

Refugee
05-26-2016, 11:51 PM
What is "SWJ?"

Sorry, SJW (social justice warrior), it’s not a familiar term outside America.

MMC
05-27-2016, 01:01 PM
Uh oh.....Bernie gives some Bern to Hillary.Now she is getting jacked from both sides. Trump and the Sandman. What say ye?


Bernie Sanders on Debating Donald Trump, How ‘Arrogant’ Hillary Clinton ‘Insulted’ California.....

Kimmel then asked Sanders what happened to his proposed debate with Hillary Clinton. “We had reached an agreement for a number of debates, including one here in California, unfortunately — and not appropriately — Secretary Clinton decided not to go forward.

“I think it is insulting to the people of the largest state in the United States of America not to come forward to talk about the serious issues that impact this state and this country, so I am disappointed that she choice not to come forward,” he said.

When shown a clip of Clinton steadfastly saying that she will definitely be the Democratic nominee, Sanders called his rival “arrogant” and said: “I think that on June 7 the people of California will have a message for Secretary Clinton.”

After breaking down the current poll figures, Sanders concluded: “If the Democrats want the candidate who is most likely to beat Trump and beat him badly, you are looking at the guy.”.....snip~

https://www.yahoo.com/tv/bernie-sanders-debating-donald-trump-arrogant-hillary-clinton-044200673.html

Peter1469
05-27-2016, 04:13 PM
If Trump debates Sanders it makes Hillary look like a chump.

I like it.

JDubya
05-27-2016, 06:37 PM
Just reported on the news that the Trump Sanders debate is not gonna happen.

Trump called it off because, as he said, he didn't think it would be appropriate for him to debate the Democrats' number two finisher....

:biglaugh:

JDubya
05-27-2016, 06:40 PM
Uh oh.....Bernie gives some Bern to Hillary.Now she is getting jacked from both sides. Trump and the Sandman. What say ye?


Bernie Sanders on Debating Donald Trump, How ‘Arrogant’ Hillary Clinton ‘Insulted’ California.....

Kimmel then asked Sanders what happened to his proposed debate with Hillary Clinton. “We had reached an agreement for a number of debates, including one here in California, unfortunately — and not appropriately — Secretary Clinton decided not to go forward.

“I think it is insulting to the people of the largest state in the United States of America not to come forward to talk about the serious issues that impact this state and this country, so I am disappointed that she choice not to come forward,” he said.

When shown a clip of Clinton steadfastly saying that she will definitely be the Democratic nominee, Sanders called his rival “arrogant” and said: “I think that on June 7 the people of California will have a message for Secretary Clinton.”

After breaking down the current poll figures, Sanders concluded: “If the Democrats want the candidate who is most likely to beat Trump and beat him badly, you are looking at the guy.”.....snip~

https://www.yahoo.com/tv/bernie-sanders-debating-donald-trump-arrogant-hillary-clinton-044200673.html

Time for old BS to shut his fat mouth and stop dragging the nominee of supposedly, "his own party" through the mud.

He knows he can't win, but because of his own over inflated ego, he's willing to drag the Democrats down with him.

And he's got the nerve to call Hillary arrogant.

birddog
05-27-2016, 07:03 PM
Time for old BS to shut his fat mouth and stop dragging the nominee of supposedly, "his own party" through the mud.

He knows he can't win, but because of his own over inflated ego, he's willing to drag the Democrats down with him.

And he's got the nerve to call Hillary arrogant.

If the FBI recommends indictment, she may be forced out, and Sanders would be a possibility even if they put Crazy Joe in.

Common Sense
05-27-2016, 07:05 PM
Trump wussed out...

Green Arrow
05-27-2016, 07:09 PM
Time for old BS to shut his fat mouth and stop dragging the nominee of supposedly, "his own party" through the mud.

He knows he can't win, but because of his own over inflated ego, he's willing to drag the Democrats down with him.

And he's got the nerve to call Hillary arrogant.

His criticisms are legitimate and Hillary is not entitled to his obedience.

JDubya
05-27-2016, 07:46 PM
His criticisms are legitimate and Hillary is not entitled to his obedience.

There is no longer a point to him attacking her other than to maybe help decrease the margin he loses by. The DNC has already made concessions for him at the convention. That's the best he can realistically hope for.

Now he's just proving to the country he's as self centered as his spoiled, entitled millennial sheep followers and that the race is all about him. Even the proposed Trump debate was only about more publicity for him.

The more I listen to him talk, the more I dislike him.

If he were to somehow become the nominee I would think very seriously about voting for Trump.

Green Arrow
05-27-2016, 08:00 PM
There is no longer a point to him attacking her other than to maybe help decrease the margin he loses by.

There is a point to him criticizing her. He disagrees fundamentally with her. That's the only reason he needs.


The DNC has already made concessions for him at the convention. That's the best he can realistically hope for.

That's all he's ever been trying for, but it's not that easy. There will be more concessions during the convention.

JDubya
05-27-2016, 09:04 PM
There is a point to him criticizing her. He disagrees fundamentally with her. That's the only reason he needs.

That's all he's ever been trying for, but it's not that easy. There will be more concessions during the convention.

You and the rest of the BernieBot cultists can deny, rationalize and make excuses for him all you want to, but all he's doing is making Trump's potential bid for the WH that much easier.

And though most of the BernBots will come to their senses by November and realize that no matter how hard he tried to brainwash them into hating Clinton, they'll be better off by a long shot with her in office than Trump and as such, will vote for her anyway, he's still making the possibility of a Trump Presidency more likely the longer he keeps trashing her.

If he wants to stubbornly stay in till the end, fine. But he needs to shut his drooling old gob about Hillary.

Peter1469
05-27-2016, 10:01 PM
The Hillary sycophants fear Bernie and the people who don't bow to the Establishment.

Why? :wink:

del
05-27-2016, 10:03 PM
hillary is going down faster than monica on pizza night.

she'll get all the dem pinheads like dumya, but if she gets 10% of the independents, i'd be surprised.

entitled, supercilious and dishonest is no way to win an election, s0n.

Peter1469
05-27-2016, 10:33 PM
The DNC typing pool (media) is going off the reservation and attacking their anointed Harpy.

The Dems have a real mess on their hands.
hillary is going down faster than monica on pizza night.

she'll get all the dem pinheads like dumya, but if she gets 10% of the independents, i'd be surprised.

entitled, supercilious and dishonest is no way to win an election, s0n.

JDubya
05-27-2016, 11:21 PM
hillary is going down faster than monica on pizza night.

she'll get all the dem pinheads like dumya, but if she gets 10% of the independents, i'd be surprised.

entitled, supercilious and dishonest is no way to win an election, s0n.

When it begins to finally penetrate the thick skulls of the pinheads like deldo, that we could actually get President Trump, they'll start coming around to Hillary's side.

del
05-27-2016, 11:24 PM
When it begins to finally penetrate the thick skulls of the pinheads like deldo, that we could actually get President Trump, they'll start coming around to Hillary's side.

not in this lifetime, my fine young asshat

JDubya
05-28-2016, 12:31 AM
not in this lifetime, my fine young asshat

Well, I know you aren't that intelligent, but I was speaking in more general terms.

Not everyone is as dull as you, dull.

Peter1469
05-28-2016, 07:21 AM
Warning: discuss the topic, not each other. Thanks.

Green Arrow
05-28-2016, 08:38 AM
You and the rest of the BernieBot cultists can deny, rationalize and make excuses for him all you want to, but all he's doing is making Trump's potential bid for the WH that much easier.

And though most of the BernBots will come to their senses by November and realize that no matter how hard he tried to brainwash them into hating Clinton, they'll be better off by a long shot with her in office than Trump and as such, will vote for her anyway, he's still making the possibility of a Trump Presidency more likely the longer he keeps trashing her.

If he wants to stubbornly stay in till the end, fine. But he needs to shut his drooling old gob about Hillary.

No, he does not. This is still a free country and she is still a terrible person with terrible views. The criticism will continue.