NBC News reported this week that Clinton’s campaign and allied super-PACs have spent $57 million so far, while Trump’s campaign hasn’t spent anything, and two allied outside groups have spent only $3.6 million.
Being a 24/7 Board Troll is a pathetic existence for you. (PS - Don't bother responding I have you on ignore).
First time since W'.s 1st term that I'll be doing so.
No True Christian would be supportive of such prejudice !
The Republican-led Legislature passed House Bill 1523 this spring in response to last summer’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.
The bill would allow clerks to cite religious objections to recuse themselves from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and would protect merchants who refuse services to lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender people. It could affect adoptions and foster care, business practices and school bathroom policies.
Tell the board what chance Hillary's ideas (most of which are Bernies) have of being implemented in the current political congress. Tell me what members of Congress on the GOP side will be willing to work wholeheartedly with her.
Bernie Sanders knows that Team Clinton is clueless about this anti-establishment revolution!
With some polls suggesting that more than half of Sanders’s supporters would refuse to back Clinton in the general election, Sanders today urged Clinton to “Stand up, be bolder than you have been,” if she hopes to eventually attract many of his liberal supporters to her side. And he agreed with some political analysts that last week’s “Brexit” vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union should be a wakeup call to Clinton and the Democratic Party that they, too, could fall victim to anti-establishment forces backing Trump for president.
“I think there is massive resentment throughout Europe and the UK and in the United States about the global economy which works very, very well for large multi-national corporations . . . but that is not working in many ways for the middle class and working families of this country,” Sanders said. He neglected to point out that many of those trade deals make goods and services affordable to the very people who shop for bargains at Walmart and other retailers.
Type messageHere's a good bet: After resisting for a year, Hillary Clinton soon will release copies of some of the lucrative paid speeches she made to big Wall Street interests three years ago.
• She is assailing Donald Trump for not releasing his tax returns. One of his rejoinders is her refusal to let the world know what she told the fat cats. It's true that virtually all candidates release their tax returns but not transcripts of private speeches. Still, keeping the speeches under wraps undercuts Clinton's criticism.
• Trust remains one of Clinton's major problems with the public and the speeches reinforce it. In this week's Bloomberg Politics poll, when asked about a series of criticisms of Clinton, the one that voters cited as most bothersome was the paid speeches, more even than her use of a private e-mail server while Secretary of State. Half of likely voters said they were bothered "a lot" about the speeches; only a quarter said it didn't bother them.
• With Bernie Sanders out of the way, there's less political risk. The Vermont senator's full-throated attacks on Wall Street appealed to a lot of Democratic primary voters. It's safe to assume that Clinton's speeches were more conciliatory, making them a potential liability in her campaign against a socialist opponent. On the stump, by contrast, Clinton has struck a tough tone on Wall Street: "I have the toughest most effective campaign plan to take on the entire financial industry," she has declared. That's probably not what she said privately to the bankers -- few people take money for speeches and then criticize their hosts.
Clinton, after she left the State Department in 2013, collected well over a million dollars in speaking fees, including $675,000 at Goldman-Sachs functions. Sanders and others pressured her to release what she said in these speeches. She refused, at one point saying she'd only do that if others did. Then she dropped the issue.
-Bill O'Reilly, FOX NEWS
"That's because the Second Amendment clearly states the government has a right to regulate militias, made up of individuals," he continued. "They have that right in the name of public safety. Therefore, Congress should debate what kind of weapons should be available for public sale. And the states, the individual states, should decide what kind of carry laws are good for their own people."
Thanks for confirming my point is correct!
Ironically the most damage against Hillary is not being caused by the GOP.
The FBI and James Comeys investigation of Hillary is doing the most damage IMHO
People would actually vote FOR Bernie, instead of voting against Trump or Hillary.
Polls are hypothetical also- remember the polls you used to indicate Jeb Bush or Scott Walker would be the GOP nominee?
WRONG! a hypothetical one-on-one Bernie -vs Trump Hillary -vs Trump
Bernie wins by a larger margin.
Nice try though!