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July, 2016

 

Moments that will live in our minds forever

The Best Quotes from The DNC

There were a lot of memorable moments in the just concluded DNC, the Mothers of the Movement, Mr. Khizr Khan and his wife honoring their son Hamayun Khan, US Marine KIA, Iraq, former Congressman Gabby Giffords coming out stronger than ever even after an assassination attempt on her by a deranged gunman. It was a great DNC, some of the most memorable speeches were delivered by First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama. In my opinion those two were the best speeches in the convention. I really enjoyed Michael Bloomberg’s speech. It was funny, filled with zingers for Republican presumptuous nominee Donald Trump, the sarcasm was great and the delivery was masterful. Who know Bloomberg has a future inRead More


A Man You can Bait with a Tweet is not a Man we can Trust with Nuclear Weapons

CLINTON VOWS TO BE A PRESIDENT FOR ALL IN HISTORIC NOMINATION SPEECH

History was made today when Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State, Senator and First Lady accepted her nomination to be the flag-bearer for the Democratic Party. Clinton becomes the first woman in the history of the United States to be nominated by a major political party. In her speech, a confident, poised and presidential Clinton sent a strong inclusive message that sought to build on her slogan and theme “Stronger Together.” Clinton spelled out her policy on Clinton attacked her rival, the Republican nominee Donald Trump characterizing as a bully who does not have the temperament to lead America. Calling on Democrats and Americans in fear of a Trump presidency not to be complacent, Clinton pointed out that during the primaries,Read More


Photos that Represent Great Moments in this Election Year

In Photos: Great Moments in 2016 Nominations

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HILLARY CLINTON HAS STOOD UP FOR THE POOR AND THE DOWN-TRODDEN. SHE IS A FIGHTER AND NOT A QUITER

HISTORIC!

ON THIS DAY, JULY 27, 2016. HISTORY IS MADE. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY MAKES HISTORY. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON OFFICIALLY BECOMES THE FIRST WOMEN TO BE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE FOR A MAJOR US POLITICAL PARTY. She is still making history Read her Bio here     Notice: JavaScript is required for this content. Share on: WhatsApp


Hillary understands issues cannot be boiled down to 140 characters

Michelle Obama Brings Down Philly “This right now, is the Greatest Country on Earth”

After a raucous and chaotic first convention day, First Lady Michelle Obama came in and saved the day. Well New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker, laid great groundwork with a powerful speech and Obama knocked it off the ball park, unifying the the hall behind Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. She vouched for her and simultaneously hit Republican nominee Donald Trump, saying Clinton never takes the easy way out and she never buckles under pressure. She described her as “somebody who knows this job and takes it seriously. Somebody who understands that the issues of our nation are not black or white. It cannot be boiled down to 140 characters.” She hit Trump directly saying “don’t ever let anyone tell you thisRead More


They are aiding Trump directly or indirectly. They don't belong in the DNC

Bernie-or-Busters are Closet Trumplicans “You’re Being Ridiculous”

It’s hard to imagine that anybody who voted for Bernie Sanders and agreed with his views would even consider not voting for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, the first ever woman nominee for a major party. This strikes me as strange, extremely naive or plainly misinformed. After wrapping up the first day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC), where speaker after speaker including die-hard Sanders supporters like, Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkeley, Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison, former NAACP President Ben Jealous and Comedian Sarah Silverman came out in support of Clinton, it was amazing there were still some Sanders’ supporters who were not ready to come on board. Some displayed a severe lack of understanding about how the process worked and oneRead More


Sanders should concede tonight to avert crisis

Berning The Democratic (Disunited) National Convention

The revolution is out of control. Today Bernie Sanders was booed by his own supporters for asking them support Democratic nominee Sec. Hillary Clinton. Sanders ran such a charged campaign based on absolute opposition to almost everything that Clinton stood for and convincing his supporters that the only way he could lose to her is because the system is rigged against him by the establishment. He railed against Super Delegates and Super PACS supporting Clinton suggesting that she was compromised by special interests. This prompted Sanders’ supporters to pelt Clinton with cash at a fundraiser hosted by actor George Clooney at his California home to benefit Democrats. He questioned the motives of her speeches to Goldman Sachs, suggesting that by refusingRead More


Ambassador Chris Steven’s Mother Tells Trump to Stop Exploiting her Son’s Death

In a short letter to the editor in the New York Times, Mary F. Commanday, the mother of Ambassador Christopher Steven’s who was killed in a terrorist attack on the US Embassy in Benghazi, Libya called on Donald Trump and Republicans to stop any mention of her sons name. This is the link. Share on: WhatsApp


Well done running mate roll out

In First Joint Appearance Clinton-Kaine Attack Trump-Pence

Presumptive Democratic nominee Secretary Hillary Clinton described her running mate Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as everything their Republican rivals, businessman Donald Trump and Indiana Governor Mike Pence, are not. At a rally in Miami, Florida, Clinton spoke glowingly about Kaine, saying behind the warm smile Kaine has a backbone of steel gained from fighting and winning hard battles including a fight against National Rifle Association, NRA, a powerful gun lobby. This was a much better-organized roll-out compared to Trump’s botched roll-out of Pence where he appeared to be having second thoughts about his VP pick. The reviews for Kaine among progressives have been mixed and Clinton is hoping the strong introduction will put concerns against him at ease. Progressives suchRead More


Supporters plan various forms of Protests in Philly at the DNC

Is Bernie planning to pull a Ted Cruz in DNC Speech?

There is something brewing and Sen. Bernie Sanders’ and his supporters are brewing it. Sanders will be holding a private closed-door meeting with his delegates Monday July 25, in Philly, just a few hours ahead of the Democratic convention and on the same day he is scheduled to speak at the DNC. It is not clear what his meeting will be about but according to Associated Press Sanders has promised “a special meeting” to his 1900 delegates. The meeting might just be a chit-chat of old buddies but it raises eyebrows when he says that while he is coming out to support Clinton, he is not dropping out of the race. What does that mean? Clearly, such cryptic messages areRead More


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