Awesome, love it. And fuck if this hydro broad ain't dense.
After the NBA news broke a couple years back , where the refs were fixing games, I'm sure she was all " yea, but they still didn't score as many points as the other team. So they lost fair and square!"
Hillary has 600 super delegates in her column. What if a few hundred regular delegates and a few hundred super delegates change sides?? It could be interesting.
Go look up who the superdelegates are. They are the establishment. Fat fucking chance that any of those losers whose only path to power is the political privilege to take from the average joe, are gonna wake up tomorrow morning and repent for their sins.
In Saudi Arabia, clerics renewed an existing fatwa against Pokémon, calling it “un-Islamic.”
Day 2 at the DNC, Bill Clinton says that PokemonGo should be banned, because it is "un-American."
"All these fucking losers out walking all those miles breathing all that fresh air, is promoting unnecessary physical activity, which makes them less unhealthy, and cuts into the holy manna that is Private Health Insurance Profits!" Shrieked Clinton.
Wouldn't anyone with a brain rather go for the candidate who sides WITH Russia, and against ISIS/Saudi Arabia, over the candidate who is in bed with ISIS/Saudi Arabia and harbors irrational fears of Russia?
Clinton is part of a charity organization that has accepted money from foreign dictators to help the poor after natural disasters and combat disease and global environmental problems
You love the Kochs, now that they have seen the light, and jumped ship over to the party of eternal altruism. CLINTON IS PERFECT. ANY AND ALL ACCUSATIONS OF HER BEING LESS THAN PERFECT ARE JUST REPUBLICAN BULLSHIT!
Because all those awesome Hillary voters have too much other important stuff to do. They show their support in other ways LOL
More like, they just can't put all the Hillary supporters in a picture unless they want her to be even less likable. Lloyd Blankfein, Saudi Royal family, the Kochs etc don't make for much of a picture opportunity for the Labor Party