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First Read: Clinton, Sanders to Clash After Contentious Week
Thu Apr 14, 2016
In reply to: FoghornL619 #4.2 Then I guess you don't know what a conservative is or looks for in a candidate.
Sanders Under Fire for Supporter's 'Whores' Remarks
Thu Apr 14, 2016
In reply to: Ohwee123 #8.1 She is upset so she attacks those who were either victims or at the least seduced by her husband? I would think the reaction would be to lash out at her husband who is the common denominator in the equation.
Poll: Voters Split Between Clinton and Trump in Hypothetical November Matchup
Tue Apr 12, 2016
In reply to: Charlie-1915998 #32 What you are not indicating in your message is when these polls were conducted. Nor, are you stating that statistically, Cruz and Clinton are in a virtual tie due to margin of polling error.
First Read: A Tale of Two Very Different Campaigns
Mon Apr 11, 2016
In reply to: Just Jim NC TttH #1.41 In addition, the unisex bathrooms were not for multiple users at one time. It was one bathroom with one toilet and one sink. You would have a man and a woman in the bathroom at the same time.
First Read: Trump Gets Outhustled in Delegate Fight
Fri Apr 8, 2016
In reply to: John David #1.148 I am a fan if the Islay (smokier) scotches, myself. But, I would not pass on a glass of Macallan.
First Read: The Democratic Race Takes a Nastier Turn
Thu Apr 7, 2016
In reply to: Sueb1 #26.9 But to jrl's point above, did she actually admit he was fully qualified? If she didn't flat out answer yes when asked a straight forward question, one can correctly infer that she does not believe him to be qualified.
First Read: Map And Math About to Get Tougher for Cruz, Sanders
Wed Apr 6, 2016
In reply to: Dennis, Columbus, Ohio #3.35 There is no president (Reagan, Bush (GHW), Clinton, Bush (GW), or Obama that created any jobs. The president, no matter who they are, do not have that much influence on the job market as a whole. To Jim's statement that Clinton created job …
First Read: What the Wisconsin Primary Will (And Won't) Tell Us
Mon Apr 4, 2016
In reply to: Jody, Iowa #1.19 It is only insignificant as long as YOUR vote isn't impacted. Your vote could be next.
Sanders Wins Idaho and Utah While Clinton and Trump Take Arizona
Wed Mar 23, 2016
In reply to: Dragon-1573721 #8.15 Where in the Constitution does it give a timeframe as to how long the Senate has to advise? Is not having hearings in and among itself advice? I don't agree with their tactic and think Garland should be confirmed, but they are not acting outside the Con …
First Read: The GOP Establishment
Mon Mar 21, 2016
In reply to: fielden #11.6 No where in the Constitution does it require a vote. Advise is that they are not going to have hearings or vote and consent to the nomination. I totally disagree with this approach, but it is not unconstitutional.
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