Thursday, 9 January 2020

Youth-led climate group endorses Sanders for president

quote [ "We believe a Bernie Sanders Presidency would provide the best political terrain in which to engage in and ultimately win that struggle for the world we deserve," the youth-led climate group said in a Medium post. The Sunrise Movement cited Sanders's "political courage," "holistic vision of the future" and "his commitment to building a cross-class, multi-racial movement" as reasons members voted for Sanders. ]

Also - Illinois is the latest blue state to end the war on pot users.
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[by knumbknutz]
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ComposerNate said @ 6:41pm GMT on 18th January
Bernie being openly non-religious adds real weight to my consideration, he being the first since Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Also his consideration for adding Warren as both VP and active Treasury Secretary. However, Bernie would be 82 at the end of his first term and Warren only 74, and a woman so statistically and apparently sharper longer, more expectantly able to serve two fullminded terms without Reaganing out. Bernie has also been striking the same steady drumbeat as an underdog for over 50 years and I'm unable to imagine him reevaluating given new info and status in office.

My very first Democratic Party Presidential Primary absentee ballot is sitting in my inbox. Change my mind? I'll also watch the final Dem debates before filling circles or buying the postage.


ComposerNate said @ 6:43pm GMT on 18th January
Bernie being openly non-religious adds real weight to my consideration, he being the first since Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Also his consideration for adding Warren as both VP and active Treasury Secretary. However, Bernie would be 82 at the end of his first term and Warren only 74, and a woman so statistically and apparently sharper longer, more expectantly able to serve two fullminded terms without Reaganing out. Warren as first woman president has it's appeal, including socially and as some healing from Rep/Rus stealing the 2016 from Clinton. Bernie has also been striking the same steady drumbeat as an underdog for over 50 years and I'm unable to imagine him reevaluating given new info and status in office.

My very first Democratic Party Presidential Primary absentee ballot is sitting in my inbox. Change my mind? I'll also watch the final Dem debates before filling circles or buying the postage.


ComposerNate said @ 7:09pm GMT on 18th January
Bernie being openly non-religious adds real weight to my consideration, he being the first since Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Also his consideration for adding Warren as both VP and active Treasury Secretary. However, Bernie would be 82 at the end of his first term and Warren only 74, and a woman so statistically and apparently sharper longer, more expectantly able to serve two fullminded terms without Reaganing. Warren as first woman president has it's appeal, including socially and as some healing from Rep/Rus stealing the 2016 from Clinton. Bernie has also been striking the same steady drumbeat as an underdog for over 50 years and I'm unable to imagine him reevaluating given new info and status in office. It will take more than two terms of non-Rep rule for maybe humanity to recover.

My very first Democratic Party Presidential Primary absentee ballot is sitting in my inbox. Change my mind? I'll also watch the final Dem debates before filling circles or buying the postage.



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ComposerNate said @ 6:41pm GMT on 18th January
Bernie being openly non-religious adds real weight to my consideration, he being the first since Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Also his consideration for adding Warren as both VP and active Treasury Secretary. However, Bernie would be 82 at the end of his first term and Warren only 74, and a woman so statistically and apparently sharper longer, more expectantly able to serve two fullminded terms without Reaganing. Warren as first woman president has it's appeal, including socially and as some healing from Rep/Rus stealing the 2016 from Clinton. Bernie has also been striking the same steady drumbeat as an underdog for over 50 years and I'm unable to imagine him reevaluating given new info and status in office. It will take more than two terms of non-Rep rule for maybe humanity to recover.

My very first Democratic Party Presidential Primary absentee ballot is sitting in my inbox. Change my mind? I'll also watch the final Dem debates before filling circles or buying the postage.




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