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Listen, Superdelegates! What the Corporate Media and Mainstream “Experts” Refuse to Acknowledge: Bernie is vastly more popular with voters than Hillary

Listen, Superdelegates! What the Corporate Media and Mainstream “Experts” Refuse to Acknowledge: Bernie is vastly more popular with voters than Hillary In July the superdelegates will determine who will be the Democratic Party nominee for president. If present patterns continue, expect Bernie Sanders to win most of the remaining primaries and caucuses, and, as in West Virginia, to do so in convinc...

My Take—Three Large Piles of Horse Manure Being Served Up by the Clinton Campaign and Dutifully Propagated in Unison by the Corporate News Media

PILE NUMBER ONE—Victories, even Blowout 50 point Landslides, in Caucus States Do Not Really Matter Because Hard-Core Politically Engaged People Tend to Participate at Disproportionate Levels SAY WHAT?—Wait a second, it is a problem that Bernie wins blowout landslides in five consecutive states because caucuses tend to attract dedicated people? Isn’t that a good thing? Especially when at least four...

Now We Know Why the Corporate Media, NPR, the DNC and Hillary were Desperate to Kill Off Bernie’s Campaign by March 15

Because they all know Hillary is holding a weak hand. She is not popular with voters. I have been doing extensive canvassing with prospective voters in Wisconsin and it confirms what the polls say–Hillary has little enthusiastic support, especially among people under 50. People do not trust her. The more they see her the less likely they are to like her. Even her hardcore supporters are eith...

My Take – Hillary Clinton is Sitting on a Corruption Time Bomb (NOT the email servers or Benghazi either) that will Eventually Explode.

My Take – Hillary Clinton is Sitting on a Corruption Time Bomb (NOT the email servers or Benghazi either) that will Eventually Explode. Bernie Sanders: Light the Fuse Sunday night; Don’t let Trump Light it in the General Election Campaign. I prefer President Sanders to President Trump Bernie has scored lots of points pointing out that Hillary Clinton was paid $675,000 (to her personal bank a...

My Take–Top Ten Reasons for Why March 15 is a Make or Break Day for Hillary Clinton

  It is not Bernie who lived to fight another day with his Michigan victory; It is Hillary who now has to produce and produce big on March 15 or else she is toast. Why? Let’s count the reasons: First, the Superdelegate issue is a red herring. Even the New York Times is now acknowledging that Hillary cannot include Superdelegates as sure things; if Bernie wins the most elected delegates, he wi...

My Take—This Chart can Win Bernie the Election and End Hillary Clinton’s Political Career (but shed no tears for Hillary—after a career in “public service,” she is now among the richest people in America!)

Hillary Clinton has the email server scandal hanging over her head. Related to this, she also has the scandal concerning whether she shaped policies as Secretary of States to favor major donors to the Clinton Foundation, donors like Saudi Arabia, the country that beheads dissidents like other people floss their teeth. Either of these could end her campaign and put her in legal hot water, but no on...

My Take – Hillary’s Strategy to Depress Turnout in the Primaries Makes Her Unelectable in the General

  The evidence is in. Voter turnout is dramatically lower in the Democratic primaries in 2016 compared to 2008. This is especially true in the Republican confederate states where Hillary has won her landslide victories—states that no Democrat has won in decades and no Democrat will win in 2016. There the voting population is a dwindling few of older return voters. It is because of Hillary’s l...

My Take–Where the Sanders Campaign Stands as the Dust Clears on Wednesday March 2

In my dream scenario, Bernie would have won Massachusetts and gotten 40 percent in Texas. He got everything else. The tally? Four decisive victories, three in states the Democrats must win in November. A near-victory in Massachusetts. All the other losses in Republican southern states with extremely low turnouts dominated by elderly voters, states that no Democrat has a prayer of winning in Novemb...

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