Indeed. Left notes on previous thread.Alan
Alan, listener gave me the formula for making a link, but the addy is just too long. If you go to Amazon and put "nope/noper yard sign" in the search box a photo will come up.
Hey, that's a pretty good one, Susan!Alan
Reposting from the bottom of the last thread:Mah*Sweetie makes the excellent point that Bernie is going to win in Vermont anyway, and we are not a battle ground state. So he plans to write in Bernie's name (even if he endorses Hillary), and let Vermont say loudly that Bernie was the best choice, just as we voted for Dean anyway. I have the luxury of telling any Hillary supporter who fusses at me that Vermont is Bernie's and we're not going to make or break the election anyway, so they can just like it.
Very reasonable, listener--but will a write-in be tallied? I wrote in Dean here, but it wasn't tallied because he wasn't a registered write-in candidate.--Alan
State Dept resumes Clinton investigation. This time looking to discern whether she purge red herself when she said her emails did not include classified information. No timeline.http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/state-department-resumes-investigation-hillary-clinton-emails/story?id=40420594
She may become the first President in history to pardon herself.
"purge red" should read "perjured"
Vermont, Bread and Puppet, and Bernie:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gAm8CtxW984Rock the Boat!
I had been saying that if Bernie does not endorse Hillary I will write in his name, and if he does endorse Hillary I will leave that line blank. But I'm rethinking that. Bernie is simply keeping his word, as is his way, that he would endorse the nominee. And even though I believe the election has so far been corrupt, that hasn't yet been sufficiently proven. Meanwhile, Bernie is focusing on giving the new Bernie-supported Congressional candidates a legup, by stacking the Dem party platform, which they can later clamber for. Mind you, I don't believe for a moment that Hillary or the Party will support Bernie's platform ideas later on, no matter what they promise now. But if it's true that President Obama had difficulty getting anything done because of an obstructionist, dysfunctional Congress, doesn't it stand to reason that her administration might have difficulty obstructing Bernie's platform if there were a pro-active, functional Congress? ;-)
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