Dr. St. Ridley Santos
saintridley
5/22/20
4:21 PM
41

Valid point, but maybe if the pro-choice crowd, including Hollywood who profited from her story, had given a damn about her welfare after the gavel fell, maybe she wouldn't have been so easy to bribe.

5/22/20
3:38 PM
62

Given that she took a bribe to fuck over women all over the country, my sympathy is very low.

5/13/20
8:39 PM
13

I may be wrong, but "A dragged to B" (headline) and "B drags A" (your comment) read quite differently.

5/13/20
7:49 PM
16

Have you ever heard the phrase “dragged to the left” before in relation  to politics? Because it seems like you haven’t.

4/13/20
7:02 PM
49

I mean, Biden’s entire pitch, the entire reason for his candidacy, was his electability. If some snarky blogs and tweets from people who just wish he would be better are enough to jeopardize his chances, it sure seems like the entire basis for his candidacy was a lie.

4/9/20
9:46 PM
1

Bernie has written 422 bills and holds the record for the most amendments. Read more

4/9/20
4:03 PM
34

I mean, did you see the list of possible appointments that was floated by the Biden camp? It included Mike Bloomberg as head of the World Bank, Jamie fucking Dimon and Anne Finucane (CEO of Bank of America) as Treasury Secretary.  I don’t care too much about VP, a position with no inherent authority, but I already Read more

4/9/20
3:58 PM
27

Thanks? I think everyone understands that Bernie lost. I think this article is about how Biden’s winning this primary, and looking to win the general election, with appeal to nostalgia for a time when America was still fundamentally broken and fundamentally failed to fulfill its promise for many ordinary Americans, is Read more

4/9/20
3:37 PM
53

Biden’s campaign slogan could just as easily be “Make America Great Again” as Trump’s, with the difference being the “Again” points to, like, the 1890s for Trump and to 2013 for Biden. Read more

3/17/20
4:31 PM
72

This honestly isn’t true, because the demographics Sanders has staked his campaign on are unreliable voters. They couldn’t even carry him to the Democratic nomination, much less carry him to victory in a general election.
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3/16/20
2:44 PM
3

I don’t think the Bernie voters in question were every in the fold. The Bernie voters that were already Democrats most likely voted for Hillary. It was the Independents who most likely did not have a political allegiance that didn’t cross over.

3/16/20
12:27 PM
16

Weird that you left out those who voted for Trump, who would seem to be the most to blame.

3/1/20
7:25 PM
40

Thank goodness that farce is over for now. I look forward to the day when an LGBTQ candidate that's actually qualified to hold the office runs for president so I can support them.

3/1/20
7:23 PM
36

The only reason for the candidate who ‘won’ Iowa and who placed third in delegates to quit prior to Super Tuesday was to ensure consolidation behind a single moderate candidate on Tuesday. 

I’m sure Biden offered him something. (Probably not VP, but a cabinet post nonetheless.) And I’m disappointed Pete took the plunge Read more

3/1/20
7:03 PM
86

This is terrible news for progressives. The only reason Pete would give up before Super Tuesday after ‘winning’ Iowa is to consolidate the moderate lane around Biden. It’s clear that the establishment is pushing Pete out prematurely because they’re terrified of Sanders. Read more