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A curse upon New York - no New York sports franchise will win a title in 2016. For every person that likes this post I'll add a year to the curse.

Want to offer a particularly large #### you to the people who made tonight possible. We could've had Bernie ####### Sanders as our president. Enjoy president Trump.

Here's Bernie's speech from Oct. 12, 2011 on the Panama deal. It is unbelievable how time after time after time, he has been on the right side of issues.   Finally, Mr. President, let's talk abou

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

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2 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

He isn't a Democrat and both parties need major changes. 

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2 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

Hopefully he cares more about his beliefs than the Democratic party, which doesn't represent them anymore.

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3 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

What attacks are you talking about? I hope he continues to questionher judgement, because it sucks. As does the Democratic Party, by and large. 

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3 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

Remember when we talked about 20 delegates tonight?

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1 minute ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

Hillary is hurting the Democratic party. You just can't see it.

After all the lies, all the underhanded dealings, all the deception - do you really think her story/candidacy/Presidency is going to end in anything but a total disaster?

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2 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

She could be cuffed and stuffed at any moment. He stays on the gas until she gets over the delegate threshold.

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14 minutes ago, Willie Neslon said:

Another sad night for America. I just don't get it.

It does remind me of the early years of American Idol when there was the site "vote for the worst"

Only its working for both party's primaries

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After NY, to win pledged delegate majority, Bernie will need to win CA by ~20% and states like PA and NJ by ~10%.

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5 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

Hillary is hurting the Democratic party. You just can't see it.

After all the lies, all the underhanded dealings, all the deception - do you really think her story/candidacy/Presidency is going to end in anything but a total disaster?

Tim isn't a Democrat so he cannot claim to be concerned with the Democratic Party.

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Just now, Henry Ford said:

Remember when we talked about 20 delegates tonight?

Yep - Bernie can make up this difference in California easily. Clinton camp wants this story over before he can embarrass her there.

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2 minutes ago, AnonymousBob said:

How much does Hillary need to win by? I don't believe she'll be able to get the numbers either.

I believe somewhere around 43% of the remaining vote to capture the pledged delegate majority. 

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Regardless of what happens, it is good to see someone give liberal values a try on such a big stage.  Too often we have had politicians afraid to even admit they have these views.  With Bernie till the end.

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3 minutes ago, Willie Neslon said:

Sandy Hook and 9/11 in the same speech. She's really going for it.

Too early for her to go full blown right turn. Her gain tonight is only 19 delegates as we type and ticking in Bernie's direction...

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Jeff Weaver just on MSNBC now, saying that "at this point" even if Bernie loses the delegate count and the popular vote, they will still fight for the super delegates based on the argument that Bernie polls better against Trump in November. 

But I think this was all for show, myself. 

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2 minutes ago, timschochet said:

What do you mean by "way more polarizing"? 

Looking county-by-county. The Clinton seems to be winning counties by a higher margin this time - like Bronx and Brooklyn. And - obviously - Sanders is winning upstate, which Clinton nearly swept.

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1 minute ago, Clayton Gray said:

Looking county-by-county. The Clinton seems to be winning counties by a higher margin this time - like Bronx and Brooklyn. And - obviously - Sanders is winning upstate, which Clinton nearly swept.

I see. 

I figured it would have been more polarizing last time around, given the strong African-American support for Obama. 

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Just now, timschochet said:

If Hillary's campaign manager in 2008 had said what Jeff Weaver just said, she would have been torn apart in the media. Bernie's really going to fight for the super delegates in the summer? It's going to be scorched earth? 

We can only hope so.

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54 minutes ago, timschochet said:

Bernie's going to go on, he's going to have a major speech at the convention, power to shape the platform. 

But he's got to stop attacking Hillary now, and be prepared to endorse her vigorously once the campaign ends. Otherwise he is hurting the Democratic party. 

Who cares? The truth should never be a bad thing. Tired of this lesser of two evils BS. 

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You got Weaver telling MSNBC they are going to try and win supers leading to convention. 

You got Sanders flying to Vermont and leaving the press corps at PSU. 

You got Devine telling the AP that they will assess the situation after April 26. 

Quite an evening for Team Sanders. 

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2 minutes ago, Anthony Borbely said:

So what is the bottom line here...especially regarding delegates?

Clinton probably +31ish net delegates on the night. 

Sanders needs 58-59% going forward. 

And he's going to get swamped in MD and lose in PA 1 week from tonight. 

So not great.

 

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