« prev   random   next »


Why are Democrats mad at Republicans we're not the ones keeping them locked out of the Democratic process?

By Tenpoundbass following x   2018 Mar 10, 10:08am 230 views   1 comments   watch   sfw   quote     share    


Bernie Sanders is back in the Senate minority. Hillary Clinton is selling books and playing with grandchildren. And the Democratic Party is still navigating the fallout from their bitter 2016 presidential nominating fight.

The latest reminder came this week as party leaders failed to agree on how to reduce the influence of so-called “superdelegates” in picking Democrats’ next White House nominee. That class of party leaders — Democratic National Committee members, elected officials and others — overwhelmingly favored Clinton two years ago, inflaming Sanders backers who accused Democratic power players of stacking the deck.

Democratic national Chairman Tom Perez is promising the party will curtail superdelegates’ role at the 2020 presidential nominating convention, but he’s been unable to broker a shift he says is needed to avoid charges of favoritism that dogged Clinton.

A key Democratic National Committee panel this week opted to delay specific action until this summer. Instead, the full DNC on Saturday is expected to ratify a generic commitment to reduce superdelegates’ “perceived influence.” That essentially repeats a deal that Clinton and Sanders negotiated ahead of the party’s 2016 convention in Philadelphia.
1   TwoScoopsOfSpaceForce   ignore (4)   2018 Mar 15, 11:15am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Another Gay Urban Kreative Klasser mad at Bernie for 'hurting Hillary's chances'


The Housing Trap
You're being set up to spend your life paying off a debt you don't need to take on, for a house that costs far more than it should. The conspirators are all around you, smiling to lure you in, carefully choosing their words and watching your reactions as they push your buttons, anxiously waiting for the moment when you sign the papers that will trap you and guarantee their payoff. Don't be just another victim of the housing market. Use this book to defend your freedom and defeat their schemes. You can win the game, but first you have to learn how to play it.
115 pages, $12.50

Kindle version available

about   best comments   contact   one year ago   suggestions