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  • Watch Out, Hillary Clinton: A Revolt Is Brewing in the Democratic Party

    04/22/2016 4:13:36 PM PDT · by markomalley · 18 replies
    Fiscal Times ^ | 4/22/16 | David Dayen
    My unscientific poll of Maryland voters in next weeks Democratic presidential primary gives Bernie Sanders a 100 percent lead in early returns. I just voted for Bernie Sanders today, said Thomas Frank, author of several books, including 2004s best-seller Whats the Matter with Kansas?, and this years Listen, Liberal: or, Whatever Happened to the Party of the People? I advance voted in Maryland. I have my little I Voted sticker on my shirt, Frank told me in an interview this week. Frank spoke with Sanders back in 2014, when he was deciding whether to run for president and whether to...
  • Is Bernie Sanders about to withdraw from the race?

    04/20/2016 4:17:12 AM PDT · by Marcus · 62 replies
    Blasting News ^ | April 20, 2016 | Mark R. Whittington
    When a presidential candidate, having been as beaten as thoroughly as Bernie Sanders was by Hillary Clinton in the New York Primary eschews campaigning to return to his home state, he is usually signaling that he is about to suspend his campaign and bow out of the race. Team Bernie is vehemently denying that their guy is about to throw in the towel. However, the delegate math suggests that Sanders has no chance of gaining the Democratic nomination. Hillary Clinton has all be clinched the prize.
  • Breaking: 50 to 300 thousand Brooklyn Dems mysteriously purged from voter roles!

    04/19/2016 4:21:54 PM PDT · by Hugin · 52 replies
    FNC | 4/19/2016 | live on Fox
    No article, just reported live. Thousands of Democrat voters showed up in Brooklyn today and found their names are no longer on the voter roles. Fox reporting between 50,000 and 300,000 voters "missing".
  • Biden: I'm not 'Goofy Uncle Joe'

    04/19/2016 1:55:15 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 55 replies
    April 19, 2016, 10:20 am Biden: I'm not 'Goofy Uncle Joe' By Jordan Fabian Vice President Biden is not a fan of being labeled Goofy Uncle Joe. No, I'm not comfortable with Goofy Uncle Joe, he said in an interview with CNBCs John Harwood. Biden said voters took him seriously when he considered running for president last summer. And, by the way, the so-called Goofy Uncle Joe if you notice, I beat every Republican in every poll when they thought I was running, he said. You notice that my favorability was higher than anybody that's running for office in...
  • Susan Sarandon Believes Bernie Is America's Best Shot At Eventually Getting A Female President

    04/19/2016 2:31:41 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 23 replies
    Bustle ^ | April 18, 2016 | Rachel Simon
    If anything's for certain about Oscar-winning actor and longtime political activist Susan Sarandon, it's that when she has something to say, she doesn't hold back — whether it's about LGBT rights, the war in Iraq, or, as shown most recently, her support for Bernie Sanders. Sarandon is one of the Democratic candidate's most vocal celebrity backers, and even when her opinions have gotten her into some trouble — such as her recent comments implying she might vote for Donald Trump if he were the nominee opposite Hillary Clinton — she's refused to back down. In fact, when I talk to...
  • Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Revealing Our Elections Rigged: The Illusions of Choice

    04/18/2016 6:45:56 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 369 replies
    (Nick Bernabe via ANTIMEDIA) Denver, CO The 2016 election has been a wild ride, with two insurgent grassroots campaigns literally giving the political establishment a run for its money. But as the events of this presidential primary season play out, its becoming clear the U.S. election and even more so, the presidential race is a big scam being perpetrated on the American people. Events from the last week have exposed the system as an illusion of choice and a farce. They have reinforced at least one study showing the U.S. is an oligarchy rather than a democratic...
  • Hillary is sick of the left: Why Bernies persistence is a powerful reminder of Clinton's...

    04/04/2016 1:58:46 PM PDT · by McGruff · 22 replies
    SALON ^ | April 4, 2016 | Connor Lynch
    Heading into the final months of the presidential primaries, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and her team seem to be increasingly fed up with the Sanders campaign, which has remained competitive since the first votes were cast in Iowa, and continues to dog Clinton from the left. Early last week, Clintons chief strategist Joel Benenson remarked that if Sanders wanted another debate, he would have to tone down his very negative campaign, which as I discussed in a previous article is an absurd allegation, considering the Clinton camp has held a virtual monopoly on negative campaigning. (True, there are...
  • Hillary Wants Clinton Foundation Donor To Moderate Next Debate And MSNBC Host Cant Believe It

    04/04/2016 11:01:54 AM PDT · by george76 · 21 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 04/04/2016 | Chuck Ross
    MSNBC Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski on Monday was heavily critical of Hillary Clintons decision to agree to a debate moderated by ABC host and longtime Clinton ally George Stephanopoulos. Are you kidding me? Brzezinski asked. During an interview with Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Clinton confirmed that she had agreed to a debate on Good Morning America, which Stephanopoulos co-hosts ... She wants to do a debate with George Stephanopoulos as the moderator? Didnt he work for her? Didnt he donate to the Clinton Foundation? ... Stephanopoulos served as communications director in the Bill Clinton White House. He has also donated...
  • Mika Skeptical of Stephanopoulos as Dem Debate Moderator

    04/04/2016 9:16:55 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 28 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    File this one under A Liberal Discovers Media Bias . . . Back in 2012, George Stephanopoulos somehow was permitted to moderate a Republican primary debate, and proceeded to harangue frontrunner Mitt Romney on the arcane matter of the right of states to prohibit contraceptive sales, thus abetting the Dems' "GOP War on Women" narrative. Republicans were rightly outraged. Now, in an ironic twist, it's the turn of some liberals to doubt Stephanopoulos' ability to serve as an impartial moderatot . . . of a Dem debate. On today's Morning Joe, Mika Brzezinski repeatedly expressed skepticism at the notion of...
  • Bernie Sanders has a plan to hijack Hillary Clinton's superdelegates

    03/29/2016 5:45:25 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 17 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | March 29, 2016 | Evan Halper
    As the Bernie Sanders campaign accepts the reality that securing enough votes at this point to win the Democratic nomination outright is impossible, it has moved on to a new phase in its long-shot bid for the White House: hijack Hillary Clintons so-called superdelegates.
  • Clinton camp: Sanders call for debates a stunt'

    03/28/2016 12:28:48 PM PDT · by McGruff · 13 replies
    POLITICO ^ | March 28, 2016 | NICK GASS
    Hillary Clinton's campaign fired back at Bernie Sanders' team on Monday afternoon, denouncing the Vermont senator's team for pulling a "stunt" and crying out for attention despite three significant caucus victories over the weekend. During an interview with CNN's Brooke Baldwin, Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon was asked to account for strategist Joel Benenson's comments earlier in the day on the same network, in which he said that Sanders' call for another debate for the New York primary would depend upon his "tone." Well look its still only March, so theres plenty of time to consider a potential debate in...
  • Despite The Math, Bernie Sanders Has Already Won

    03/27/2016 12:16:15 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 30 replies
    National Pubic Radio ^ | March 27, 2016 | Domenico Montanaro
    Bernie Sanders scored huge-margin victories Saturday in the caucuses in Washington State, Hawaii and Alaska. Sanders won with 82 percent in Alaska, 70 percent in Hawaii and 72 percent in Washington. That Washington margin was even bigger than the Sanders campaign expected and significant, because there are 101 delegates up for grabs there. AP has not yet allocated all the delegates out of Washington State. More will be tallied in his column over the next several weeks, as the state party releases margins by congressional district. But if Sanders' share holds, when all's said and done, he could net...
  • Bernie Sanders Crushes Shrillary Clinton in AK and WA contests (HI to report in soon)

    03/26/2016 7:33:49 PM PDT · by SamAdams76 · 45 replies
    3/26/2016
    AK (100% reporting) Bernie = 80.7% Shrillary = 19.3% WA (93% reporting) Bernie = 72.3% Shrillary = 27.5% HI (0% reporting) So in Alaska and Washington State, just a total smackdown of Shrillary Clinton in those contests. Hawaii will not report for a few more hours but is generally expected to go the same way. So it appears that Bernie will win the trifecta of Democrat contests this weekend. So what does it all mean? It means that Bernie's faint hopes stay alive as the next major contest looms in Wisconsin - also where Bernie is expected to do well....
  • Bernies Revolution Is Too White to Win

    03/02/2016 5:43:17 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 34 replies
    The New Republic ^ | March 1, 2016 | Jeet Heer, senior editor
    Sanders scored several Super Tuesday victories, but his demographic base isn't diverse enough to earn the Democratic Party's nomination. Bernie Sanders will live to fight another day. The senator was expected to win overwhelmingly on Super Tuesday in his home state of Vermont, and his campaign would have stalled if that were the extent of his victory. But he won in Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Colorado, and ran a tight race in Massachusetts, giving his political revolution a new lease on life. His rival Hillary Clinton won overwhelming majorities, as expected, in the Southern states: Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, and...
  • 2016 Presidential Primary Data - Feb 28th

    02/28/2016 9:33:52 AM PST · by Jeff Head · 32 replies
    FREE REPUBLIC | Feb 28, 2016 | Jeff Head
    This thread is about the 2016 Presdidentail Primary Data I have accumulated to date. I have been tracking it since September 1st, and am now set up to track specifically by the vote, and not including non-viote polls any longer. We will let the vote itself tell us what we need to know. Here's the table with the raw numbers: I have established four charts for the GOP and four for the DNC. They incvlude the following for each: -State by State percentage of the Vote -Overall average fo the total Vote -Cumulative Vote Mumbers -Cumulative Delegate Count (including Super...
  • Biden Congratulates Clinton Clinton As Bernie Fans Swamp CA Convention

    02/28/2016 10:32:52 AM PST · by Biggirl · 19 replies
    Breitbart.com ^ | February 28, 2016 | Michelle Moons
    Vice President Joe Biden used the California Democratic convention stage to congratulate 2016 presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton for winning Saturdays South Carolina Democratic primary.
  • Hillary Wins South Carolina Primary

    02/27/2016 4:03:38 PM PST · by goldstategop · 150 replies
    ABC News ^ | 02/27/2016 | ABC News
    Hillary Clinton won South Carolina Democratic Primary. Projected winner at top of hour after polls closed.
  • Clinton Wins Nevada Caucus

    02/20/2016 2:20:14 PM PST · by NRx · 140 replies
    NBC ^ | 02-20-2016 | NBC News
    NBC is calling it for Clinton.
  • Early entrance polls show close race in Nevada Democratic caucuses

    02/20/2016 1:04:10 PM PST · by BigEdLB · 24 replies
    CBS ^ | 2/20/16 | CBS
    3:30 p.m.One issue that has come up in the primary and caucus season for the Democratic candidates is whether they will continue to pursue President Obama's policies or whether they will move in another direction. Very early entrance polls out of Nevada show that almost half of early caucus-goers would like the next president to continue Mr. Obama's policies (49 percent), while four out of ten say they would like the next president to pursue a more liberal policy agenda. Exit polls in New Hampshire last week showed that Democratic voters were split on this issue - with 40 percent...
  • What Is Sanders Hiding?

    02/20/2016 12:32:23 PM PST · by TBP · 66 replies
    New York Sun ^ | Seth Lipsky
    It’s long been known that the only self-professed socialist in the Senate spent time on a kibbutz, or communal farm. Nothing wrong with that. But so tight-lipped has Mr. Sanders been about it that the Israeli daily Haaretz put its reporters on the mystery. “One of Israel’s best-kept secrets” is how the paper described the name of Mr. Sanders’ kibbutz. At one point it thought it had found the senator’s name in a kibbutz archive, but it turned out to be a Bernice Stamder. Haaretz finally solved the mystery last week, with the discovery, in its own files, of an...
  • Is There Anything Less Democratic Than The Democratic Party?

    02/14/2016 6:30:23 PM PST · by IBD editorial writer · 24 replies
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 2/10/16 | Editorial
    Election 2016: Bernie Sanders won 60% of the vote in New Hampshire Tuesday yet will collect fewer delegates in the electoral college than distant-second finisher Hillary Clinton. This is just plain rigging. The Democratic Party had better reeducate itself about the word “democratic.” “Tonight, we served notice to the political and economic establishment of this country that the American people will not continue to accept a corrupt campaign finance system that is undermining democracy,” Sanders, an avowed socialist, told his supporters in his Tuesday night victory speech in New Hampshire.
  • Dems Fundraise Off Scalia Death

    02/14/2016 10:44:38 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 23 replies
    Weekly Standard ^ | 2/13/16 | Daniel Halper
    Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia died today and already the Democratic party is fundraising off his death. In an email sent out by the Democratic National Committee, supporters are asked to chipping in some money for the coming Supreme Court nomination fight.
  • CNN’s Tapper Challenges DNC Chair To Explain ‘Rigged’ Superdelegate System [VIDEO]

    02/13/2016 3:47:51 AM PST · by Impala64ssa · 36 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 2/13/16 | Steve Guest
    CNN’s Jake Tapper confronted Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz over the “rigged” process in New Hampshire that left Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton with the same number of delegates despite Sanders’ 22 point shellacking of Clinton. Appearing on CNN’s “The Lead” with Jake Tapper on Thursday, after Wasserman Schultz attempted an explanation, Tapper said, “I’m not sure that, that answer would satisfy an anxious young voter.” (RELATED: After Crushing Defeat, DNC Quirk Still Gives Hillary More New Hampshire Delegates Than Sanders) “Hillary Clinton lost to Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire by 22 percentage points, the biggest victory in...
  • Bernie and Hillary's America

    02/09/2016 6:32:27 AM PST · by Kaslin · 16 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 9, 2016 | Cal Thomas
    Watching last Thursday's debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders, one might have thought a Republican had been in the White House for nearly eight years. Hearing their complaints about the economy (bad), discrimination (rampant), health care (too many without it), unemployment (too many not working, or working at low-paying jobs), it appeared hope had died and change is all we have left in our pockets. To hear these two ultra-liberals tell it, we are a horrible, miserable, evil nation. We are bigots, we are greedy because we won't surrender more of our income to the...
  • Video: Howard Dean admits labor unions are "Super PACs that Democrats like"

    02/07/2016 4:07:13 PM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    Hot Air.com ^ | February 7, 2016 | JAZZ SHAW
    Does this qualify as a “gaffe” when defined in classic Washington terms? Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean sat down with Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC to talk about the New Hampshire primary and seems to have lost control of his better partisan senses for a moment. Mitchell was quizzing him about all the money that Hillary Clinton has taken from special interest groups though her Super PACs and her paid speaking engagements, relating these bits of history to recent attacks coming from Bernie Sanders’ campaign. Dean is one of Clinton’s most vocal (and frequently incomprehensible) supporters and he didn’t take kindly...
  • Democrat Party Bosses Panicked Over Bernie Sanders (extremely enjoyable read alert)

    02/07/2016 1:31:31 PM PST · by Zakeet · 51 replies
    DC Whisper ^ | February 6, 2016
    "This has gotten way out of hand." So goes the oft-repeated refrain from top-tier DNC bosses to rank and file operatives who are all now scrambling to try and figure out what is an increasingly serious Bernie Sanders dilemma. The Sanders' dynamic playing out within the Democrat Party is in fact a far greater and more important story than the Donald Trump vs GOP Establishment meme that the Mainstream Media has put on a repeating loop for the last several months. As combative and boisterous as Trump can be, his views represent a significant wing of BOTH the Republican and...
  • Iowa Democratic party altered precinct's caucus results during chaotic night

    02/06/2016 4:11:48 PM PST · by Libloather · 18 replies
    The Guardian ^ | 2/05/16 | Ben Jacobs
    In the Iowa Democratic party's chaotic attempt to report caucus results on Monday night, the results in at least one precinct were unilaterally changed by the party as it attempted to deal with the culmination of a rushed and imperfect process overseeing the first-in-the-nation nominating contest. In Grinnell Ward 1, the precinct where elite liberal arts college Grinnell College is located, 19 delegates were awarded to Bernie Sanders and seven were awarded to Hillary Clinton on caucus night. However, the Iowa Democratic party decided to shift one delegate from Sanders to Clinton on the night and did not notify precinct...
  • O'Malley drops out of Democratic race for president

    02/01/2016 8:43:23 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 26 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Feb 1, 2016 11:34 PM EST | Ken Thomas
    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley ended his Democratic presidential campaign Monday midway through vote-counting in the Iowa caucuses, terminating a bid that failed to gain traction against rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. O'Malley's decision to drop out of the race came even before a winner had been declared but as early results showed O'Malley garnering negligible support in the first primary contest. His plans were disclosed by two people familiar with his decision, who weren't authorized to discuss the decision publicly and requested anonymity. The former two-term governor and Baltimore mayor campaigned as a can-do chief executive who had...
  • What Are Deadlines for (Biden or ??) to Replace Hillary in November's Election?

    01/19/2016 12:55:23 PM PST · by Robert A. Cook, PE · 46 replies
    NA | 19 Jan 2016 | RACookPE1978
    Forget the primaries .. We know those deadlines are meaningless if Hillary is "replaced" because she is indited at any time before November. (The democrats don't follow election law anyway in past elections, so why would they care this time? But that is being cynical, right?) Lautenburg in NJ was stuffed into the ballot for an Senate seat illegally after the primaries. Missouri elected a dead man to the Senate when he died before the election. California's most infamous "Mexican-American" representative was elected to the House only after she changed her name to a Spanish-sound. Three other Senate seats were...
  • Why Democrats Should Stop Dabbling With Bernie

    01/18/2016 1:25:14 PM PST · by presidio9 · 25 replies
    Calbuzz ^ | January 18, 2016
    The Democrats who are pushing Bernie Sanders are dangerously naïve. Because Sanders has a shot at beating Hillary Clinton in the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, and because some polls show him running better against the GOP candidates than she does, they imagine he could actually win the White House. He can't. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, and others who predict that the Republicans would win at least 40 states against Sanders, are right. Let's remember that Bill Clinton didn't win in Iowa or New Hampshire in 1992.* And that the Republicans haven't laid a glove on Sanders (because they...
  • Time to take Sanders seriously

    01/14/2016 8:53:19 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 43 replies
    Yahoo! Politics ^ | January 14, 2016 | Matt Bai, National Political Columnist
    After I wrote about the twisted codependency of Donald Trump and the media a few weeks back, some readers got in touch to complain that the attention paid to Trump had all but obscured the rise of Bernie Sanders. In an interview with CNN that week, Sanders himself made the same point, referring to a report that claimed network news shows had devoted 234 minutes to Trump and only 10 to his campaign. (Yes, 10 - for the entire year.) Judging from what's happening right now in Iowa and New Hampshire, Sanders and his avid supporters have a legitimate point....
  • Poll: Sanders leads Clinton by double digits in New Hampshire

    01/12/2016 8:58:15 AM PST · by St_Thomas_Aquinas · 22 replies
    The Hill ^ | 1/12/16 | Jonathan Easley 2351 115
    Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by 14 points in New Hampshire less than a month before the first-in-the-nation presidential primary, a new poll finds. According to a Monmouth University survey released on Tuesday, the Vermont senator takes 53 percent support over the former secretary of State at 39 percent. Clinton led the same poll in November with 48 percent support over Sanders, who was at 45 percent.
  • The Dems, Not the GOP, in Disarray This Election

    01/10/2016 9:28:50 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 23 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | January 10, 2016 | Salena Zito
    Last Tuesday, Bloomberg political reporter Sahil Kapur tweeted from a Donald Trump rally in Massachusetts that an undecided New Hampshire voter said he will likely vote for the Republican businessman. The mans second choice was Vermont Democrat-Socialist Bernie Sanders. Tweeted Fox News contributor Michelle Fields the next day: “My cab driver in Iowa says he's an independent. His first choice is Trump. Second choice? Hillary.” Many registered Democrats in those regions now self identify as Republicans or Republican-leaning independents. Trump has captivated these voters, resulting in his commanding lead in the Republican field. “In essence, Trump and the other outsiders...
  • If Hillary Loses in Iowa..... (Complete the sentence)

    01/09/2016 1:23:12 PM PST · by PJ-Comix · 92 replies
    Self | January 9, 2016 | PJ-Comix
    If Hillary loses in Iowa..... Okay, I'll start it off by completing the sentence. ...then she will move to disqualify Bernie Sanders from the ballot in New Hampshire and other primary states based on the fact he is a Socialist but NOT a registered Democrat. Yeah, that will piss off the Bernie supporters bigtime but it might be the only desperate card left she has to play. Remember, for Hillary's entire adult life, her mind has been focused on only one ultimate goal...becoming President. And if playing dirty is the only way to do it, then she will do it....
  • Bernie Sanders Will Win The Presidential Nomination — Hillary Clinton's Only Chance Was 2008

    01/02/2016 4:11:35 AM PST · by Helicondelta · 87 replies
    inquisitr.com ^ | January 2 | SANDRA HAJDA
    The Huffington Post is reporting that Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic nomination over Hillary Clinton, after it emerged that the investigation into the Clinton email scandal may actually be gaining momentum, rather than dying down. "Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic nomination because if Clinton was ever going to win, it would have been in 2008, not during an investigation of her emails by the FBI." Politico is reporting that the FBI has taken possession of Clinton senior staffer Bryan Magliano's government-issued computer. It is thought that this will be the FBI's most likely shot at locating the messages...
  • **LIVE Thread** New Hampshire Democratic Debate

    12/19/2015 5:30:33 PM PST · by PROCON · 1,149 replies
    ABC ^ | Dec. 19, 2015
    Hey, it's fun time FReepers.Did you know there was a Democratic debate tonight? On a Saturday.Do you care?Don't you want to know if the podiums are far enough apart so Bernie doesn't slap Hillary! and accuse her of being in bed with "Wall Street?"Don't you want to see Martin O'Malley jump up on his podium and demand that EVERYONE in America turn-in their guns NOW!Come-on, the fun's just starting!
  • Democrats Wigging Out With Worry

    11/12/2015 1:39:48 PM PST · by Kaslin · 33 replies
    Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | November 12, 2015 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: They are worried. The Democrat Party is worried. Don't let anybody tell you otherwise. They are worried. Hillary Clinton's wearing a wig? We always knew she was fake, phony baloney, plastic banana, good-time rock 'n' roller. Now the big news is Hillary's wigs? By the way, who was first to observe that she might have been wearing wigs and pointing it out? That was me, your guiding light El Rushbo, weeks ago. Her hair didn't look natural. But when you know how to look at Hillary, it's not hard to figure out, find out she is wearing...
  • VP Joe Biden says he will not run for president in 2016

    10/21/2015 10:56:17 AM PDT · by yoe · 40 replies
    AP ^ | October 21, 2015 | JOSH LEDERMAN
    Vice President Joe Biden will not run for president in 2016, he said Wednesday, ending a months-long flirtation with a third White House campaign and setting him on a glide path toward the end of his decades-long political career.
  • RNC: Biden Not Getting In Is Good For Us, We Have A Better Shot At Hillary Clinton

    10/21/2015 10:37:15 AM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 60 replies
    breitbart ^ | 10/21/2015 | Patrick Howley
    Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Preibus says Vice President Joe Bidens decision not to enter the presidential fray is good for the party, because Republicans have a better chance of beating Hillary Clinton. The Vice Presidents decision not to enter the 2016 race is a major blow for Democrats, who now will almost certainly be saddled with their unpopular and scandal plagued front-runner Hillary Clinton, Preibus said in a statement first provided to Breitbart News. Vice President Biden was the most formidable general election candidate the Democrat Party could have fielded, and his decision not to challenge Hillary Clinton...
  • Top Ten Reasons Biden Not Running For President (Humor)

    10/21/2015 10:14:12 AM PDT · by llevrok · 38 replies
    10/21/2015
    ala David Letterman's Top Ten Lists - what are your top humorous reason(s) Slow Joe is not running ?
  • Vice President Biden to Speak at White House at 12:10 P.M. [Biden: No]

    10/21/2015 9:03:00 AM PDT · by kristinn · 195 replies
    Wednesday, October 21, 2015 | Kristinn
    On Fox News and the others, Biden to speak in a few minutes
  • Biden out

    10/21/2015 9:19:32 AM PDT · by Phlap · 140 replies
    AP ^ | 10/21/2015
    Biden Out.
  • BREAKING NEWS: JOE SAYS NO Biden announces he will not run for president in 2016

    10/21/2015 9:37:12 AM PDT · by WhiskeyX · 174 replies
    Fox News ^ | October 21, 2015 | Fox News
    Vice President Biden announced Wednesday that he will not run for president, ending months of feverish speculation over his 2016 plans and likely settling the Democratic field. Speaking in the Rose Garden alongside his wife Jill and President Obama, Biden said the window of opportunity to mount a viable campaign "has closed." He has been weighing a decision since summer, but cautioned all along that he and his family were grieving over the loss of his son Beau Biden -- and said Wednesday he knew that process could outlast the window for making a decision. "Unfortunately I believe we're out...
  • Senator Jim Webb Press Conference [Withdraws from Democrat Race]

    10/20/2015 2:36:36 PM PDT · by Timber Rattler · 33 replies
    Senator Jim Webb's Facebook Page ^ | October 20, 2015 | Senator Jim Webb
    Several years ago Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihans wife Elizabeth sent me a wooden chink that had been used to put together the old school house on the rural farm where he wrote his books. Wed been talking about t=he kinship I felt with Senator Moynihan for his thoughtful approach to governance, his willingness to put country ahead of party, and his search for solutions rather than political expediency. She wrote on it, square pegs in a round hole. Some people say I am a Republican who became a Democrat, but that I often sound like a Republican in a room...
  • Webb exits The Democrat Primary

    10/20/2015 12:50:35 PM PDT · by DeathBeforeDishonor1 · 43 replies
    WP ^ | 10/20/2015 | Jose Delreal
    Former Virginia senator Jim Webb announced Tuesday afternoon that he would no longer pursue the Democratic presidential nomination, telling reporters that instead he will gauge support in the coming weeks for a possible White House bid as an independent candidate. "More people in this country call themselves political independents than Republicans or Democrats. I happen to agree with them," Webb told reporters at a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington.
  • Webb to drop out of Democratic 2016 race [not yet committed to indep run]

    10/20/2015 7:04:20 AM PDT · by GIdget2004 · 36 replies
    Fox News ^ | 10/20/2015 | Fox News
    Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb will announce Tuesday that he is dropping out of the Democratic presidential race, Fox News has learned. Webb is said to be disillusioned with the Democratic Party -- as well as the Republican Party -- and how the political parties are being pulled to allegedly extreme positions by the huge amounts of loosely regulated money fueling the campaigns. Webb has a press conference scheduled for 1 p.m. ET. While Webb is thought to be weighing a possible independent bid, he is not expected to launch an independent campaign for president Tuesday. Rather, he's expected to...
  • Democrats' Debate: No Solution for Economic Inequality, No Interest in Economic Growth

    10/20/2015 6:51:36 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | October 20, 2015 | Michael Barone
    You may not have noticed, but Lincoln Chafee, the erstwhile Republican U.S. senator and Independent-turned-Democratic governor, had one penetrating comment at the Democrats' debate Tuesday night. "But let me just say this about income inequality," he said toward the end. "We've had a lot of talk over the last few minutes, hours or tens of minutes, but no one is saying how we're going to fix it." Chafee offered no solution himself and showed his confusion about the issue by saying that inequality "all started with the Bush tax cuts that favored the wealthy." Actually, as my Washington Examiner colleague...
  • Keith Ellison hands Bernie Sanders his second congressional endorsement

    10/12/2015 3:48:57 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 9 replies
    MSNBC ^ | October 12, 2015 | Alex Seitz-Wald
    Sen. Bernie Sanders will get a pre-debate boost from Rep. Keith Ellison, the co-chairman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, who will become the second member of Congress to endorse Sanders insurgent presidential campaign Monday, he told MSNBC. Im endorsing Bernie because he is talking about the issues that are important to American families, Ellison told MSNBC in an email via his spokesperson. His candidacy is important for many reasons, but I believe the most important part of his candidacy is that it has the ability to create a renaissance in voter participation, which was at its lowest in decades this...
  • Thought the Republicans Were Nuts? Wait 'til Bat**** Craziness of Next Week's Democratic Debate

    10/08/2015 1:22:45 PM PDT · by ppaul · 42 replies
    The Stranger ^ | 10/08/2015 | Matt Baume
    I started with a simple enough question: how do I watch the October 13 Democratic debate on CNN? And I wound up learning the answer to so many more questions I didn't know I had. Among those answers: Cheryl Crow, virtual reality, Las Vegas, and maybe Joe Biden or maybe not. Crazily, CNN itself seems to be offering no information about whether they will livestream the debate, as they did with the Republicans last month, or whether they'll shunt it over to cable-only like Fox did with their debate. Mashable is the only site reporting that CNN will be livestreaming...
  • Is Hillary Clinton playing a high stakes game of chicken with Democrats who want her out?

    10/08/2015 8:52:44 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 28 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 10/8/15 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    Since at least this past March when coachisright.com first predicted her campaign would end in her indictment, things have gone from bad to worse for Hillary Clintons presidential campaign. Her lack-luster campaign announcement was followed by another equally pathetic attempt to stir up supporters. A book tour flop topped off by a virtually secret, Friday night re-re-re-announcement have all drawn flies at best. Empty seats at BIG rallies even on college campuses have become the rule rather than the exception. Mrs. Clintons smug and demonstrably false explanations of having done nothing wrong by using her private email accounts for governmental...