I just retweeted our good friend Bernie Sanders. You'd think cable news would finally wake up and see that the Bernie/Hillary story is the most intriguing. They are wasting a lot of time on Trump and that other race. They are acting like Ronald Reagan is the current president, not Obama. They have yet to evolve with the exception of some MSNBC hosts and I imagine Amy Goodman into taking seriously Bernie's story.
We could use some European-styled Fourth Estate to go with substantial relief for poor and middle class human beings.
I am mailing this in because I'd rather not always feel obligated to doing the world's homework.
Here's a CNN link titled, Bernie Sanders ratchets up knocks on pro-Clinton super PACs.
That's from yesterday. It's where I found the tweet.
I'd rather be watching Bukowski or even tweeting Brock some good-natured, well-deserved venom.
New York (CNN)Bernie Sanders may not want to go after Hillary Clinton directly, but his presidential campaign has shown over the last two days that it is are more than happy to punch back against the world of pro-Clinton super PACs.
What a bunch of looooosers. I can understand slobs like us with unfortunate edit or non-proofread material, but not CNN.
And have you ever noticed the comments at Yahoo? They are just a tad too skewed. I will repeat that I think there is a lot of paid fakery going on, i.e. astroturf.
It looks like this is more bad news for Hitlary and is backfiring in real time.
Keep an eye out for the political operative astroturf saying that Bernie is attacking the Democratic Party and has no moral standing to run as a Democrat.
Bernie is an intellectual which is rare to find in politics. One of his key platforms is to get rid of the Super PACs. He has been more than fair to Hillary refraining from making character attacks. This has gotten extremely interesting. Hillary just threw over an 85 m.p.h. cheeseball with no movement to Bernie "Big Papi" Ortiz.
If the media can show any professionalism at all, Bernie Sanders should have decent odds of winning the nomination.