Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Good Grief


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  1. Rather forceful, and largely true, but I don't think an independent campaign is realistic at this point, if ever. Tomorrow we will will be on a long trip to court and back (about five hours' drive each way--a ten year old homicide case). The next day I will re-register as a Green. Tonight I send $15 to Bernie (later more if he has any campaign debts and/or keeps his campaign organization going) and $10 to Tim Canova. Day after tomorrow I will go back and check on the other candidates Bernie endorsed, and send each of them something.

    With one third of the votes counted in California it is about 60:40 for Clinton. I see that both my native county and the one where I grew up are going for Bernie so far. For the life of me I do not understand. Well, my good wife and I are known to remark that it is strange there are so few people who are normal, like us.

    "Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard."
    --H. L. Mencken

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    1. Forgot to sign it, but I think my fingerprints are all over it. Sent a copy to Bernie HQ.

      Alan

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    2. Thanks, Alan. I'm disappointed that California didn't seize the opportunity to have a real say in an election. At least this morning, with 2/3 counted, the gap is 13% rather than 20%.

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  2. I got my hair cut today. And my stylist was telling me how the country need change and change means Trump. I tried to tell her the problems with Trump, but it would have been so much easier if I could have offered Bernie as a currently viable alternative.

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