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Oh no!! Screeds has learned to hate!! Just now!! Damn you people! You took a wonderful person

full of love, joy compassion and all kinda shit and taught it hate. No more loving, warm, caring Screeds.

Posted by joannadufrane | Wed Jun 20, 2018, 01:53 PM (29 replies)

"There's a special place in hell for women who don't support women" says Hillary and her cronies.

Unless it's Hillary doing the not supporting. Then it's a double plus good typical Hillary move.

Report: Hillary Clinton to Endorse Andrew Cuomo Over Cynthia Nixon

The narrative around this year’s governor’s race in New York is that of a progressive outsider candidate challenging a powerful incumbent entrenched in the Democratic party Establishment — and a new endorsement of Governor Andrew Cuomo certainly doubles down on that.

The New York Times reports that Hillary Clinton, in a rare public endorsement since the 2016 election, is expected to announce that she’s backing Cuomo over activist and actress Cynthia Nixon at a state party convention in Long Island this week. Numerous elected officials have already offered their support of Cuomo, including New York junior senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who endorsed him shortly after Nixon announced her run.

Some of Nixon’s most prominent endorsements so far include Our Revolution — the progressive organization spun out of Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign — as well as the Working Families Party.

Posted by joannadufrane | Tue May 22, 2018, 08:27 AM (10 replies)

Run Bernie run!

Piss them off all you can! thie stomping of feet and futile anger remind me of children but these are ignorant adults.

Sanders to run as a Democrat -- but not accept nomination (2018 Senate)
The Vermont senator announces his complicated reelection plans for another term.

Bernie Sanders is running for the Democratic nomination in Vermont — but he won’t accept it if he wins. The famously independent senator, who briefly joined the Democratic Party to run in the 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary only to un-enroll later, officially announced Monday that he would seek a third term in the Senate this fall. He also said that he’ll pull the same maneuver that he did in his 2006 and 2012 Senate races: Running as a Democrat, declining the nomination when he wins and then running as an independent.

The move makes it virtually impossible for another Democrat to seek the party’s nod. And it allows Sanders to loom large in the party primary in August, but still preserve his independence. But the move also comes at a time when Sanders supporters are pushing for changes to the presidential nominating process as part of the Democratic National Committee unity reform commission. One priority is to open up the party’s primaries to voters who aren’t registered as Democrats.

A Sanders spokeswoman did not answer when asked whether the senator considered doing things differently in light of his new party and Senate leadership roles.

The Vermont Democratic Party passed a resolution over the weekend supporting Sanders’ move, proclaiming that he could still be considered a member of the party “for all purposes and entitled to all the rights and privileges that come with such membership at the state and federal level.”

Posted by joannadufrane | Mon May 21, 2018, 06:59 PM (6 replies)

From the Jaws of Victory.

We’ve read Chasing Hillary so you didn’t have to. The Clinton campaign was even worse than we thought.

After a decade of covering Hillary Clinton, New York Times reporter Amy Chozick recently compiled her copious notes and produced the book Chasing Hillary, yet another firsthand account of the campaign and election that produced President Donald Trump. While sympathetic to Clinton — an affection that was, amusingly, not reciprocated by the secretive candidate and her campaign — the book contains its fair share of less-than-sympathetic takeaways, along with other interesting tidbits. We’ve collected ten for your reading pleasure.

I'm kind of partial to these selections. They define Hillary as far as I'm concerned. # 7 is really an insight to her.
Joe Biden’s Fear
After flirting with running in 2016, former vice-president Joe Biden ultimately declined to jump in due to what many believed was grief over his son’s death. Yet Chozick argues he was nervous about the prospect of crossing the Clintons to begin with. “You guys don’t understand these people,” Biden had allegedly told the White House press corps off the record one day. “The Clintons will try to destroy me.”

Hamptons Testing
Big-money fundraisers not only let Clinton shakedown donors for much-needed cash, but, as environments in which she felt relaxed, at home, and free to be herself, they served as an important breeding grounds for future campaign rhetoric. It was in the company of friends and acquaintances paying mountains of cash that Clinton came up with “Friends don’t let friends vote for Trump,” “I stand between you and the apocalypse,” and the notorious “deplorables” line. It “always got a laugh,” writes Chozick, “over living-room chats in the Hamptons, at dinner parties under the stars on Martha’s Vineyard, over passed hors d’oeuvres in Beverly Hills, and during sunset cocktails in Silicon Valley.”

Bernie Supporters = Unshaven “White Supremacists”
In the public’s mind, Clinton’s “deplorables” quip is remembered as evidence of her disdain for much of Trump’s fan base. But there was one other group Clinton had a similar dislike of: Bernie Sanders supporters. As one person who had talked to Clinton about the difference between Trump and Sanders crowds recounted, her feeling was that “at least white supremacists shaved.”

Posted by joannadufrane | Tue May 15, 2018, 10:02 AM (13 replies)

Reaction to the death of former first lady Barbara Bush

“Barbara Bush was a remarkable woman. She had grit and grace, brains and beauty. She was fierce and feisty in support of her family and friends, her country and her causes. She showed us what an honest, vibrant, full life looks like. Hillary and I mourn her passing and bless her memory. We will never forget the courtesy and kindness she and President Bush showed us, starting when I was governor in 1983. I’ll always treasure my summer visits to Kennebunkport. Barbara joked that George and I spent so much time together I had become almost a member of the family, the “black sheep” that had gone astray. Our hearts and prayers go out to President Bush; to George, Jeb, Neil, Marvin, Doro, and her grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and to the entire Bush family she loved so much. We know that through them her remarkable strength, warmth and wit, and her devotion to our country will live on.” — Statement from former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“Barbara Bush was the rock of a family dedicated to public service, and our thoughts and prayers are with both Presidents Bush and the entire Bush family tonight. We’ll always be grateful to Mrs. Bush for the generosity she showed to us throughout our time in the White House, but we’re even more grateful for the way she lived her life — as a testament to the fact that public service is an important and noble calling; as an example of the humility and decency that reflects the very best of the American spirit. She’ll be remembered for passing those American values on to her children, her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren — and to the countless citizens whom she and George inspired to become ‘points of light’ in service to others.” — Statement from former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama.


“With the passing of Barbara Bush, our country has lost one of its most beloved and gracious citizens. I always enjoyed being with Barbara and hearing her opinions, which she was never reluctant to share. She was a wise and thoughtful woman, and Marilyn and I will miss her. Our hearts are full of sympathy and love for our dear friend President Bush in this sad hour.” — Statement from former Vice President Dan Quayle.


“Rosalynn and I are saddened by the death of Barbara Bush. She touched the hearts of millions with her warmth, generosity, and keen wit. The matriarch of a family dedicated to serving, she urged volunteerism as a way for all citizens to participate in our nation’s progress. Through her own work to promote literacy as a value in every American home, countless families now have the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in all aspects of their lives. She will be missed.” — Statement from former President Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalynn Carter.

Posted by joannadufrane | Tue Apr 17, 2018, 10:20 PM (3 replies)

Much talk about minority voters being the key to a Dem victory and the future of the party;

Does anyone really believe that? They didn't show up in 2016 and there was a lot more at stake than in 2012 when they did show up. Minorities had to have recognized the racism and dog whistles that they are complaining about now so why did they sit out the election? Not saying that it would have helped Hillary but it would have shown they are a dependable voting block.
The second pattern that jumps out in the SurveyMonkey data: Non-white and Hispanic Americans were more likely to stay home than white voters.


Of all voters who cast a ballot in the general election, 25 percent were black, Hispanic, Asian, or a member of another minority group. But those voters were 42 percent of those who didn’t vote. Drilling down a little further, black voters made up 11 percent of voters who cast a ballot and 19 percent who didn’t. This disparity really hurt Clinton because black voters (by 82 percentage points) and Hispanic voters (by 40 percentage points) overwhelmingly favored her, while white voters went for Trump by a 16-point margin in the SurveyMonkey poll.

The turnout rate for black voters was substantially higher in 2012, the last time Barack Obama was on the ballot. According to the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey,3 black Americans made up 13 percent of voters and only 9 percent of registered non-voters in 2012. In other words, black voters actually made up a larger percentage of voters who cast a ballot than those who didn’t in 2012, which is the opposite of what occurred last year. Whites, on the other hand, made up about the same percentage of registered voters who cast a ballot (74 percent) and those who didn’t (73 percent). The higher number of black non-voters in 2016 probably had a big impact.
Posted by joannadufrane | Sun Mar 18, 2018, 11:53 AM (7 replies)

Was your vote in the 2016 primary or GE influenced by Russian meddling?

Mine was influence but not by Russian trolls. I started off liking Hillary but preferred Bernie.

Hillbots, Hillary's supporters have influenced me to despise her
Posted by joannadufrane | Sat Feb 17, 2018, 04:12 PM (26 replies)

The smart money is on Mueller going after Manafort. He was the one being watched before the

election. I don't believe this was ever about Trump although he has tried to obstruct the investigation but the Republicans will let that go.
Posted by joannadufrane | Fri Feb 16, 2018, 10:31 PM (0 replies)

The Russians Apparently Infiltrated These #Hashtags and @Handles in the 2016 Election. BLM was one

The list is interesting. I'm pretty positive Hillbots will ignore the fact that Black Lives Matter is on this list.

Twitter accounts controlled or established by the alleged Russian group:

March for Trump
@TEN_GOP (which falsely claimed, the indictment says, to be the official Twitter page of the Tennessee Republican Party).
Facebook and/or Instagram pages or groups controlled or established by the alleged Russian group:
Clinton FRAUDation
Trumpsters United

The group also is alleged to control Facebook and/or Instagram pages or accounts associated with:

Black Lives Matter
Secured Borders
South United
Heart of Texas
Woke Blacks
United Muslims of America
Stop A.I.

This is a breaking news piece. It will be updated as Law&Crime continues to review the indictment.
Posted by joannadufrane | Fri Feb 16, 2018, 03:45 PM (4 replies)

Hillary Clinton Chose to Shield a Top Adviser Accused of Harassment in 2008

Her cult followers will ignore this.

Hillary Clinton Chose to Shield a Top Adviser Accused of Harassment in 2008

WASHINGTON — A senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign who was accused of repeatedly sexually harassing a young subordinate was kept on the campaign at Mrs. Clinton’s request, according to four people familiar with what took place.

Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager at the time recommended that she fire the adviser, Burns Strider. But Mrs. Clinton did not. Instead, Mr. Strider was docked several weeks of pay and ordered to undergo counseling, and the young woman was moved to a new job.

Mr. Strider, who was Mrs. Clinton’s faith adviser, a co-founder of the American Values Network, and sent the candidate scripture readings every morning for months during the campaign, was hired five years later to lead an independent group that supported Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 candidacy, Correct the Record, which was created by a close Clinton ally, David Brock.

He was fired after several months for workplace issues, including allegations that he harassed a young female aide, according to three people close to Correct the Record’s management.
Posted by joannadufrane | Fri Jan 26, 2018, 01:21 PM (3 replies)
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