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Let's look at the democrats top 3 candidates.

1. Joe Biden. He's been in DC for 40+ years so why would someone who wants to drain the swamp vote for the swamp monster.

2. Elizabeth Warren. I give her a pass on the native American stuff. When I was a kid there was a rumor that we had native American blood in our history but no paper work to prove it. EW always looks confused to me and slow on her feet.

3. Bernie Sanders. The young leftist love him but his shooting star has burned out. He will push the dems too far to the left just like 2016.

Over 71,000 people standing in the rain.

Over 71,000 people standing in the rain outside arena in Orlando where our President is going to speak.


The Pulse Nightclub murders were 3 years ago today.

Last week someone posted on Facebook about the Matthew Shepard murder and pushed the narrative that Matthew Shepard was a homosexual kid who was murdered because he was a homosexual. The fact is Shepard was a drug dealer and was killed by two of his customers and one of the killers was a sex partner of Shepard. Now we have the Pulse nightclub shooting anniversary. The killer in the Pulse nightclub was a homosexual Muslim and that's something that will be left out of the rainbow flags tributes.

DU sooooooooooo desperate for good news

Star Member kpete (62,215 posts)

Kaepernick is officially back in the NFL


Collin Kaepernick has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks. Sources have confirmed Kaepernick has signed a 1 year deal with the team. Working on getting the exact details of the contract, but Kaepernick is official back in the NFL

Ha ha. fake account and fake news. DU dopes fell for it.

Huge attack on Uncle Joe on DU.

Over the last week more and more attacks on Joe Biden.
"So Joe Biden and Republicans still support the Hyde Amendment. Luckily, we have alternatives"
Biden and the Hyde Amendment.
Joe Biden's Views on Abortion Are Unacceptable for a 2020 Democrats.
Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren and the 2005 Bankruptcy Bill

A few weeks ago it was Sen. Sanders in the hot seat. I love their circular firing squad.


The UN health agency said in a fresh report that every day globally there were more than one million new cases of treatable sexually transmitted diseases (STD) or infections (STI).

WHO found that there were more than 376 million new cases of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, trichomoniasis and syphilis registered around the world in 2016 -- the latest year for which data is available.

376 million people is 51 million more people in the population of the US and that's just the 2016 NEW cases.

The UN health agency meanwhile warned that, while all bacterial STIs have until now be easy to treat using antibiotics, drug shortages and growing antimicrobial resistance were threatening those treatments.

Shortages in the global supply of benzathine penicillin has recently made it more complicated to treat syphilis, while increasing resistance to the antibiotics used to treat gonorrhoea "may lead eventually to the disease being impossible to treat", WHO warned.

We are looking at the danger of infertility and with the already falling birth rate in the first world nations we are only two or three generations away from disaster.

WW3 movies.

A good one.

New green jobs take 3.

President Obama talked about green jobs. Hillary promised new high paying green jobs to people of Ohio, Penn, Tenn and WV. Now Warren is pushing the same thing in Detroit.

DETROIT — Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts on Tuesday proposed an economic program of “aggressive intervention on behalf of American workers,” suggesting that as president she would invest $2 trillion in climate-friendly industries over a decade, create a new cabinet-level Department of Economic Development and even manipulate the dollar to promote exports.

Unveiling a campaign theme of “economic patriotism,” Ms. Warren promised to announce further plans under that banner over the next several months, on issues like trade and Wall Street regulation.

By pledging to intervene in markets to support American manufacturing and promote job creation, Ms. Warren laid out a goal that President Trump has also pursued, albeit by different means, like imposing tariffs on imports from China and Mexico.

The new proposals were further evidence that Ms. Warren believes that her policy-first message is helping her stand out in the Democratic presidential primary. Her announcement was timed to coincide with a trip to Indiana and Michigan, where she will hold campaign events this week as she tries to extend her recent political momentum.
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