Tag: 2016 Presidential Nomination

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As I am sure that all of you heard, President Obama endorsed Clinton to be the next President.  But I just wonder why does it feel like when it was reported through different media outlets that it was supposed to be a surprise or something? It’s politics as usual.  I mean: did anyone really think that he […]

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The GOP Establishment has been excusing their rubber-stamping of Obama’s entire agenda by saying “Nothing will change until we get a Republican president.” But how can conservatives be sure the next GOP president will advance a conservative agenda — which for our purposes we will define in terms of reducing Government spending; eliminating, reforming or at […]

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The Bernie Zone

 

Bernie SandersVermont Senator Bernie Sanders has mad it official: he’s in for 2016. Pop Quiz: Who of the following has the best chance of becoming the next Democratic presidential nominee: 1) Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders; 2) Colonel Harland Sanders; 3) The actor who played the dead guy in Weekend At Bernie’s.

The answer, of course: none of the above (and in case you’re curious about the late Colonel Sanders, he left us for the big chicken bucket in the sky almost 35 years ago).

Although Sanders, the senator, officially threw his hat in the ring during a press conference Thursday on a grassy spot outside the U.S. Capitol (that’s more interaction with the press than the party’s frontrunner), his run isn’t seen as a serious threat to Hillary Clinton’s chances. In fact, NPR’s Mara Liaison lists three reasons why Sanders’ presence could benefit Mrs. Clinton (he’s a convenient sparring partner, not a real threat, and his last name isn’t Warren).