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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ComposerNate said @ 9:23am GMT on 20th January
Thanks for this, really. I've been on the road for over three months, largely disconnected. My "same steady beat" was made out of a mix of what you would call authentic admiration in sticking to what is right as advocate, though also hesitation in wanting some political flexibility in leaders willing to make the best from new situations.

Their controversy seem most likely a set aside honest misunderstanding bubbling back up during campaign heat. W: How do you think H Clinton can win this election? S: This is the list of places I can imagine where unscrupulous Rep would pry election pushback due to her being a woman. W: So you think a woman can't be president.

Sanders is so loveable, his branding so pure, it makes me a bit ill imagining him getting truly kicked around and slandered by Republicans/Russia/Fox as to H Clinton. We can expect Sanders keeping straight to message and pushing through as they add one nonsense corpse after another to cling and drag along forever behind and beating down. Warren has a hot torch which swings toward opposition weight, sharp little knives for kidneys, eyes for action. Sanders being mostly ignored is an understandable soreness for you, as is for me, though some relief for me as well that such a huggable character has gotten no true beatdown. Neither has Warren, though it wouldn't bother me nearly as much, she seemingly up to politic as well as policy. Sanders coming in for a jovial forgiving handshake seems true to form, as does Warren's straight to accounting. Sanders is building a movement expecting setbacks to overcome. Warren is a kill taker.

Only my thoughts, here forming. Maybe I want too vengeance, a just end to the GOP as crime syndicate.


ComposerNate said @ 9:29am GMT on 20th January
Thanks for this, really. I've been on the road for over three months, largely disconnected. My "same steady beat" was made out of a mix of what you would call authentic admiration in Sanders' sticking to what is right as advocate, though also hesitation in wanting some political flexibility in leaders willing to make the best from new situations.

Their controversy seem most likely a set aside honest misunderstanding bubbling back during campaign heat. W: How do you think H Clinton can win this election? S: This is the list of places I can imagine where unscrupulous Rep would pry election pushback due to her being a woman. W: So you think a woman can't be president.

Sanders is loveable, his branding so pure, it makes me a bit ill imagining him getting truly slandered by Republicans/Russia/Fox as to H Clinton. We can expect Sanders keeping straight to message and pushing through as they add one nonsense corpse after another to cling and drag along forever behind, beating down. Warren has a hot torch to swing toward opposition weight, sharp little knives for kidneys, eyes for action. Sanders being mostly ignored is an understandable soreness for you, as is for me, though some relief as well that such a huggable character has gotten no true beatdown. Neither has Warren, though that wouldn't bother me nearly as much, she seemingly bloodhungry for politic as well as policy. Sanders coming in for a jovial forgiving handshake seems true to nature, as does Warren's straight to accounting, and Sanders' mumbling accepting walk offstage while Warren keeps to center forefront. Sanders is building a movement expecting setbacks to overcome. Warren is a kill taker.

Only my thoughts, here forming. Maybe I want too vengeance, a just end to the GOP as crime syndicate.


ComposerNate said @ 9:32am GMT on 20th January
Thanks for this, really. I've been on the road for over three months, largely disconnected. My "same steady beat" was made out of a mix of what you would call authentic admiration in Sanders' sticking to what is right as advocate, though also hesitation in wanting some political flexibility in leaders willing to make the best from new situations.

Their controversy seem most likely a set aside honest misunderstanding bubbling back during campaign heat. W: How do you think H Clinton can win this election? S: This is the list of places I can imagine where unscrupulous Rep would pry election pushback due to her being a woman. W: So you think a woman can't be president.

Sanders is loveable, his branding so pure, it makes me a bit ill imagining him getting truly slandered by Republicans/Russia/Fox as to H Clinton. We can expect Sanders keeping straight to message and pushing through as they add one nonsense corpse after another to cling and drag along forever behind, beating down. Warren has a hot torch to swing toward opposition weight, sharp little knives for kidneys, eyes for action. Sanders being mostly ignored is an understandable soreness for you, as is for me, though some relief as well that such a huggable character has gotten no true beatdown attempt. Neither has Warren, though that wouldn't bother me nearly as much, she seemingly bloodhungry for politic as well as policy. Sanders coming in for a jovial forgiving handshake seems true to nature, as does Warren's straight to accounting, and Sanders' mumbling accepting walk offstage while Warren keeps to center forefront. It's too easy to imagine the same from a triumphant Trump staying on camera while Bernie goes to have a think. Sanders is building a movement expecting setbacks to overcome. Warren is a kill taker.

Only my thoughts, here forming. Maybe I want too vengeance, a just end to the GOP as crime syndicate.


ComposerNate said @ 9:33am GMT on 20th January
Thanks for this, really. I've been on the road for over three months, largely disconnected. My "same steady beat" was made out of a mix of what you would call authentic admiration in Sanders' sticking to what is right as advocate, though also hesitation in wanting some political flexibility in leaders willing to make the best from new situations.

Their controversy seem most likely a set aside honest misunderstanding bubbling back during campaign heat. W: How do you think H Clinton can win this election? S: This is the list of places I can imagine where unscrupulous Rep would pry election pushback due to her being a woman. W: So you think a woman can't be president.

Sanders is loveable, his branding so pure, it makes me a bit ill imagining him getting truly slandered by Republicans/Russia/Fox as to H Clinton. We can expect Sanders keeping straight to message and pushing through as they add one nonsense corpse after another to cling and drag along forever behind, beating down. Warren has a hot torch to swing toward opposition weight, sharp little knives for kidneys, eyes for action. Sanders being mostly ignored is an understandable soreness for you, as is for me, though some relief as well that such a huggable character has gotten no true beatdown attempt. Neither has Warren, though that wouldn't bother me nearly as much, she seemingly bloodhungry for politic as well as policy. Sanders coming in for a jovial forgiving handshake seems true to nature, as does Warren's straight to accounting, and Sanders' mumbling accepting walk offstage while Warren keeps to center forefront. It's too easy to imagine the same from a triumphant Trump staying on camera while a bruised Bernie goes to have a think. Sanders is building a movement expecting setbacks to overcome. Warren is a kill taker.

Only my thoughts, here forming. Maybe I want too vengeance, a just end to the GOP as crime syndicate.


ComposerNate said @ 9:36am GMT on 20th January
Thanks for this, really. I've been on the road for over three months, largely disconnected. My "same steady beat" was made out of a mix of what you would call authentic admiration in Sanders' sticking to what is right as advocate, though also hesitation in wanting some political flexibility in leaders willing to make the best from new situations.

Their controversy seem most likely a set aside honest misunderstanding bubbling back during campaign heat. W: How do you think H Clinton can win this election? S: This is the list of places I can imagine where unscrupulous Rep would pry election pushback due to her being a woman. W: So you think a woman can't be president.

Sanders is loveable, his branding so pure, it makes me a bit ill imagining him getting truly slandered by Republicans/Russia/Fox as to H Clinton. We can expect Sanders keeping straight to message and pushing through as they add one nonsense corpse after another to cling and drag along forever behind, beating down. Warren has a hot torch to swing toward opposition weight, sharp little knives for kidneys, eyes for action. Sanders being mostly ignored is an understandable soreness for you, as is for me, though some relief as well that such a huggable character has gotten no true beatdown attempt. Neither has Warren, though that wouldn't bother me nearly as much, she seemingly bloodhungry for politic as well as policy. Sanders coming in for a jovial forgiving handshake seems true to nature, as does Warren's straight to accounting, and Sanders' mumbling accepting walk offstage while Warren keeps to center forefront. It's too easy to imagine the same from a triumphant Trump staying on camera while a bruised Bernie goes to have a think. Sanders is building a movement expecting setbacks to overcome. Warren is a kill taker.

Only my thoughts, here forming. Maybe I want too vengeance, a just end to the GOP as crime syndicate, heads on spikes, figuratively.



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ComposerNate said @ 9:23am GMT on 20th January
Thanks for this, really. I've been on the road for over three months, largely disconnected. My "same steady beat" was made out of a mix of what you would call authentic admiration in Sanders' sticking to what is right as advocate, though also hesitation in wanting some political flexibility in leaders willing to make the best from new situations.

Their controversy seem most likely a set aside honest misunderstanding bubbling back during campaign heat. W: How do you think H Clinton can win this election? S: This is the list of places I can imagine where unscrupulous Rep would pry election pushback due to her being a woman. W: So you think a woman can't be president.

Sanders is loveable, his branding so pure, it makes me a bit ill imagining him getting truly slandered by Republicans/Russia/Fox as to H Clinton. We can expect Sanders keeping straight to message and pushing through as they add one nonsense corpse after another to cling and drag along forever behind, beating down. Warren has a hot torch to swing toward opposition weight, sharp little knives for kidneys, eyes for action. Sanders being mostly ignored is an understandable soreness for you, as is for me, though some relief as well that such a huggable character has gotten no true beatdown attempt. Neither has Warren, though that wouldn't bother me nearly as much, she seemingly bloodhungry for politic as well as policy. Sanders coming in for a jovial forgiving handshake seems true to nature, as does Warren's straight to accounting, and Sanders' mumbling accepting walk offstage while Warren keeps to center forefront. It's too easy to imagine the same from a triumphant Trump staying on camera while a bruised Bernie goes to have a think. Sanders is building a movement expecting setbacks to overcome. Warren is a kill taker.

Only my thoughts, here forming. Maybe I want too vengeance, a just end to the GOP as crime syndicate, heads on spikes, figuratively.




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