Stuart Carlson for May 31, 2016

  1. Bill
    Mr. Blawt  about 7 years ago

    California matters, but most likely this will all be matter of time before this turns to a White House race between Trump and Clinton (and some charming centrist?) Instead of the primary battle (as pictured here)

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  2. Crow
    Happy Two Shoes  about 7 years ago

    At least he’s biting the left leg.

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    superposition  about 7 years ago

    Bernie’s odds have been stable for a while now.

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    pam Miner  about 7 years ago

    I wish the FBI would hurry up and indict her.Sanders would be a much better president, and he is honest.He Would be winning if the DNC were Not throwing the game.

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    Fuzzy Thinker Premium Member about 7 years ago

    It is amazing how many local voters have chosen Ms.Clinton (the one that has the Billy Baggage and his attached interview tent).

    It seems that the same numbers have shown up to voter for Mr. Sanders.In the beginning, Sanders was assigned to receive 20% of primary voting Delegates of all states and Clinton would receive 80%. Well, it appears that the Debbie Whats-her-name Schultz has lost the memo.

    There are threats that if Sanders drops out of the race, no one will vote for Clinton. Zero is a big number in the D.C. Belt-way.

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    Crabbyrino Premium Member about 7 years ago

    While Bernie may hold the public’s hearts, Clinton still has the numbers. Trump should self destruct.

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