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Today's least shocking news: Clinton has landslide lead in Massachusetts

WBUR reports on a poll showing her leading by 26 points overall - and 43 points among women.

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I wish there was a "None of the Above" campaign, ala Monty Brewster...

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you can write in who ever your little contrarian heart desires, right?

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Write-In votes don't count unless your candidate is a Registered Write-In candidate. Ex. Bernie is not registered.

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Write-in or sticker candidates do *not* have to be registered in the Commonwealth in order for votes for them to be counted - all a voter needs to do is use the space provided on the ballot to place a sticker or legibly write the name (and optimally address) of the candidate.

Billie G. spells it all out in black and white:
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elestkr/stkridx.htm

(So yes, you could vote for Bernie if you wanted, and that vote would be tallied.)

And fwiw, the Libertarians are far more likely to get a useful chunk of the vote than the Greens (I think >5% = auto inclusion on printed ballot next time around). So if you are primarily motivated by shaking up the existing two-party system, that might be your best tactical vote.

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No gift to politics but head and shoulders above the others on the ballots. A bit of a goofball but with the best record and ethics of the bunch. Given my druthers I'd take any of the VP candidates with Weld at the top of that list.

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....for Elizabeth Warren v Schilling.

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He'll be competing In the bluest state in the nation, running against one of the best-liked incumbents in the senate, who also happens to be the flag-bearer for the progressive wing of the Dems. Who better to run than a dude who posts racist shit on Twitter and defrauded Rhode Island out of millions of dollars?

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For making the smartest business decisions.

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Ah yes, the progressive wing of Democrats will who lie for political or personal gain. Hint: Warren is not a Native American BTW, did you hear the US Court of Appeals just slapped down Warrens pet project, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, ruling its structure was unconstitutional? And people wonder why we are approaching $20T in national debt, its because of agencies and institutions like the CFPB that add to the "administrative state" and avoid Congressional oversight. Where funding comes from the Federal Reserve and not through regular appropriations. Where the CFPB’s single director(appointed by the president for a 5-year term) “enjoys more unilateral authority than any other officer in any of the three branches of the U.S. government, other than the president.”

--Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), who while at Harvard Law School proposed the CFPB, insists it is “highly accountable” to Congress. The CFPB disagrees, having proclaimed that its funding from outside the appropriations process gives it “full independence” from Congress. When a member of the House Financial Services Committee asked CFPB director Richard Cordray about his agency spending $215 million refurbishing a building with an assessed valuation of $150 million, he, oozing disdain, dismissed the question: “Why does that matter to you?”

Good stuff Warren.

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He sucks, but don't forget that Warren's not exactly the best campaigner in the world, beating a barely-there Scott Brown with only 53% during a presidential election that amped up Democratic turnout. Add in that fact that the main other race on the ticket will have a GOP governor who's got a great approval rating, and the fundamentals are in place for a Republican to overperform in the 2018 Senate general election. But ... I don't think the Republican to do that would be Curt Schilling.

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don't forget that Warren's not exactly the best campaigner in the world

She beat an incumbent. If you don't understand the significance of that, particularly in Massachusetts, then you don't know much about politics.

the main other race on the ticket will have a GOP governor who's got a great approval rating

A "great approval rating"? As measured by what?

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She's got a 99.8% chance of winning the state according to FiveThirtyEight's model:
http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/massachusetts/

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Per 538: http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/election-update-women-are-defeating-...

Only projected to win 12 states if only women voted per the model.

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n/t

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chance of her losing is based on the "enormous kaiju emerges from the murky depths and destroys everything east of Worcester, (and also Northampton) leaving the state's EVs in the hands of Pittsfield and Springfield" scenario?

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How many Trump signs there are west of 495 (Marlborough has quite a few) and especially out past Worcester. The Wachusett region, for instance, swings heavily Republican.

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Neoliberal and conservative support is found in the burbs, well east of Worcester, not in western Mass. But you go on with your bad self.

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FiveThirtyEight is pretty bullish on the Democrats retaking senate control:

http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/senate/

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...and drive a Hillary voter to the polls.
Send LePage a msg.

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Go to Maine, pick a name out of the phone book, and vote there!

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on your dog-whistles, fella. I can't tell if this is a shot at Maine for low voter turnout, or an oh-so-clever dig at voter fraud. Based on your history of consistently posting the dumbest possible response to anything, I'm guessing it's the latter, so I'll just leave this here.

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Two kinds of people are promoting the "there's soooo much voter fraud out there" narrative: those who are gullible dumbasses, and those who think you are. smh.

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Not saying voter fraud is wide-spread but how do dead people vote? Some local elections(and national elections) can come down to a few hundred votes, so are you opposed to implementing measures to ensure there is little to no fraud?

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/sep/23/colorado-voter-fraud-rev...

http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/article_e008ce00-0365-57a2-95c0-4d...

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What measures are you implementing to avoid that?

http://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/statements/2016/apr/07/mark-pocan/wh...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/08/06/a-comprehensive-i...

To put this in perspective, the 31 incidents below come in the context of general, primary, special, and municipal elections from 2000 through 2014. In general and primary elections alone, more than 1 billion ballots were cast in that period.

May 2014: Ben Hodzic allegedly voted at the polls in the name of his brother in the Catskill School District Board of Education election in Catskill, NY.[1]
Nov. 2013: Mark Atlas allegedly voted at the polls in the name of someone else in the municipal election in Worcester, MA.[2]
Sep. 2013: At least four, and possibly 20-24, Hasidic voters in the South Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, allegedly attempted to vote at the polls under others’ names in the municipal primary elections for New York City.[3]
Mar. 2013: Kristina Bentrim went to vote at the polls in the Cedar Rapids, IA, special election on a gambling referendum, and was allegedly told that someone had voted in her name.[4] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2012: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the name of Angela Cooney in the general election in San Diego, CA; there is an Angela Cooney listed as dying 4 years earlier.[5] It is not clear whether the two are the same person, or whether the death reports are accurate, and poll book records do not appear to have been investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2012: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the name of Evan Dixon in the general election in San Diego, CA; there is an Evan Dixon listed as dying 11 years earlier.[6] It is not clear whether the two are the same person, or whether the death reports are accurate, and poll book records do not appear to have been investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2012: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the name of Alejandro Guerrero in the general election in San Diego, CA; there is an Alejandro Guerrero listed as dying 5 years earlier.[7] It is not clear whether the two are the same person, or whether the death reports are accurate, and poll book records do not appear to have been investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
2012: According to the North Carolina State Board of Elections, one allegation of impersonation fraud in 2012 was sufficiently credible to refer to the local district attorney.[8] It is not clear whether the alleged fraud was in-person, or if follow-up established whether fraud did or did not likely occur.
June 2011: Hazel Brionne Woodard apparently arranged for her son Mark James Jr. to vote at the polls in the name of his father, Mark James Sr., in the municipal runoff elections in Tarrant County, TX.[9]
Nov. 2010: Four ballots may have been cast in the general election in South Carolina in the name of voters who had previously died (Ed Louis Johnson, Elbert R. Thompson, Ruth Middleton, and James L. Warnock); election and law enforcement officials had insufficient information to come to a final conclusion, including two pollbook pages that were unavailable. (Law enforcement agents believe that the ballot of Elbert R. Thompson may have been confused with that of his son, Elbert Thompson.) Another 203 allegations of deceased voters in the same election were revealed to be either clerical error or coincidence.[10]
May 2009: Lorenzo Antonio Almanza, Jr., after voting himself, apparently cast a ballot at the polls in the name of his incarcerated brother, Orlando Almanza, in the 2009 election for the Progreso Independent School District Board, TX. (His mother, Reyna Almanza, vouched for him, and was separately convicted.)[11]
Nov. 2008: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the name of Forrest Downie in the general election in San Diego, CA; there is a Forrest Downie listed as dying 3 years earlier.[12] It is not clear whether the two are the same person, or whether the death reports are accurate, and poll book records do not appear to have been investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2008: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the name of Scott Hagloch in the general election in San Diego, CA; there is a Scott Hagloch listed as dying 2 years earlier.[13] It is not clear whether the two are the same person, or whether the death reports are accurate, and poll book records do not appear to have been investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Mar. 2008: Jack Carol Crowder III allegedly impersonated his father (Jack Carol Crowder), using his father’s voter registration card at the polls in the March 2008 presidential primary election in Baytown, TX.[14]
Aug. 2007: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the statewide primary in Hattiesburg, MS, in the name of James E. Barnes, who died in 2006. This may (or may not) have been the result of clerical error confusing the man with his son, James W. Barnes; it is not clear whether the pollbooks were reviewed to determine whether fraud or clerical error was the cause.[15]
Aug. 2007: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the statewide primary in Hattiesburg, MS, in the name of Stanley Dwayne Echols, who was at the hospital and did not vote.[16] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
June 2007: The two contending city council candidates in a municipal runoff election in Hoboken, NJ, both reported instances in the election in which someone went to the polls and found out that someone else had voted in their place.[17] It is not clear how many instances there were, or how the candidates learned of them. It is also not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the records of voting represented impersonated signatures or clerical errors.
2007: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in a municipal budget referendum in Stonington, CT, in the name of Jane M. Drury, who died in 2000.[18] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2004: Rosalie B. Simpson died in August 2004, but a vote was apparently recorded at the polls in her name in the general election in Seattle, WA.[19] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2004: Frank Sanchez, in Albuquerque, NM, was told that someone had signed on the line for his name in the pollbook during the general election.[20] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2004: Someone apparently signed on the pollbook line for Rose-Mary G. McGee, in Albuquerque, NM, during the general election.[21]
Nov. 2004: Dwight Adkins, in Albuquerque, NM, was told that someone had signed on the line for his name in the pollbook during the general election.[22] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.
Nov. 2004: Three people at the polls in Westchester County, NY, were given provisional ballots (in New York, “affidavit ballots”) in the general election because someone had allegedly signed the poll books in their place.[23] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the records of voting represented impersonated signatures or clerical errors.
Nov. 2004: A vote was apparently cast at the polls in the general election in Milwaukee, WI, in the name of an individual who had died several years earlier.[24] It is not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the records of voting represented impersonated signatures or clerical errors.
2004: According to the North Carolina State Board of Elections, one allegation of impersonation fraud in 2004 was sufficiently credible to refer to the local district attorney. [25] It is not clear whether the alleged fraud was in-person, or if follow-up established whether fraud did or did not likely occur.
Jan. 2004: Mark Lacasse apparently voted at the polls in the presidential primary in Londonderry, NH, in the name of his father, who was away on business at the time. [26]
Nov. 2002: Shasta Nicole Crayton apparently voted in her sister’s name at the polls in the general election in Dadeville, AL.[27]
In several municipal, primary, and general elections in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011, votes were cast in-person in Philadephia, PA, by an individual named Joseph Cheeseboro and by an individual named Joseph J. Cheeseborough. There is apparently some doubt about where one or both names represent real identities.[28]
In elections from October 2008 through June 2011, 44 individuals with names, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers matching the information of individuals listed as incarcerated were recorded as having cast ballots in person in Michigan.[29] It is not clear whether records were further investigated to determine whether the matches represent fraudulent votes or clerical errors in either the incarceration records or the voting records.
In elections from October 2008 through June 2011, 145 individuals with names, dates of birth, and addresses matching the information of individuals listed as deceased were recorded as having cast ballots in person in Michigan.[30] It is not clear whether records were further investigated to determine whether the matches represent fraudulent votes or clerical errors in either the death records or the voting records.
According to Texas Director of Elections Keith Ingram, the names, birth dates, and Social Security numbers of four “recent” voters allegedly matched the corresponding information on earlier death certificates, indicating that the votes were cast after the individuals’ deaths. It is not clear at which elections these votes were cast, or how many, if any, of these votes were cast at the polls (rather than absentee). It is also not clear whether poll book records were investigated to determine whether the record of voting represented an impersonated signature or a clerical error.[31]

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Is 65mph, yet everyone is doing at least 80. I see thousands of cars passing by, but only one or two gets pulled over, most of the time none. And I'm pretty damn sure those cops are doing a much better job than those looking for voter fraud...

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thank you for the lolz this morning. i needed a laugh

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Don't let facts get in the way of your invalid analogy and your "pretty damn sure". After all, what counts for more than "pretty damn sure"?

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Next Adam will post telling us that Fluff is made right here in Massachusetts.

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We don't need Adam to tell us that.

https://www.marshmallowfluff.com/

It's made right in Lynn. :)

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There exists a recipe for Fluff cheesecake. Has anyone tried to make or eat it?

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Saves me from having to figure out the absentee ballot nonsense.

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... there are those ballot questions -- which might have some impact on life here in Massachusetts. We will try out early voting at City Hall next Monday. Should be "interesting" --as we have zero idea as to how this will work.

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I'm going to try to vote on Monday but if I don't get there, Tuesday's the day. I just want to get it over with.

I couldn't care less about voting for President but I do want to vote on the ballot initiatives.

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Glad she is leading in Mass (no surprise, really) so I don't have to "hold my nose" to vote for her. Not voting for the pussy-snatcher either.

But will definitely vote on those ballot questions.

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Bill Clinton can tell you(or his wife Hilary) a thing or two about p***y snatching...

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You may be surprised to learn that Bill Clinton is not on any ballots this year. Sorry if that disappoints you.

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A woman can't actually be the one running for things - she has to be her husband's proxy!

Leave Bill - and Melania - out of this.

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..for the foreseeable future. So the next couple years won't affect me personally, but yes will affect a lot of loved ones. Mass is solidly blue, current governor notwithstanding. Things will work themselves out eventually I'm sure. Also I should say Mass is a great state and you don't always learn that until you live somewhere else for awhile.

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Should drop out and there should be another round of primaries so we can end up with decent candidates. We shouldn't be forced to choose between a sleazy lying scumbag who belongs in jail and a total nutjob who belongs in a padded room.

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(sorry, I've been swearing off getting involved in election discussions in public forums)

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I got off my (expletive) and voted for Bernie over Hillary in a primary. If you voted for Hillary over Bernie in a primary, you're a schmuck.

If you vote Democrat in this election after what they did to you, the American voter, in this primary, you're a schmuck. If you vote for Donald Trump under the guise that he's any kind of everyman, you're a schmuck. This country deserves a terrible president and will get one.

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Jill Stein (Green)
Gary Johnson (Libertarian)

Both teams have folks from Massachusetts on them.

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John Oliver did a pretty thorough job of discrediting Stein and Johnson candidacies on Sunday night.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3O01EfM5fU

WARNING: seriously bad folk/rock performances

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Should drop out and there should be another round of primaries so we can end up with decent candidates.

And so you can sit on your ass and do nothing like you did the last time? The primaries have happened. Everyone knew when they were, and we weren't "forced" to pick these two candidates. Those who turned out made that choice, and those who volunteered to make phone calls and knock on doors did what they could to influence that choice. If you didn't choose, you have nothing to complain about. As it happens, I was in both categories, and I'm still not complaining, because there's nothing to complain about -- we went through the process, the outcome wasn't my personal choice, but it is what it is (and in Massachusetts at least, the process was fair enough that the outcome wouldn't have been influenced by any of the documented irregularities anyway).

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Yay! MA staying true to voting/supporting fraud corrupt politicians. With news like this coming out and our choices for president this elections, its difficult to have faith this Republic will survive.

A new video investigation released Monday by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas Action shows how Democratic-aligned organizations used a tactic called 'bird-dogging' to incite violence and chaos at Trump rallies for media consumption. A key Clinton operative is captured on camera saying, "It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherfucker."

In the video, Democratic activists Robert Creamer and Scott Foval reveal their strategy to create a sense of "anarchy" in and around Donald Trump events over the course of the campaign. Foval tells an undercover operative: "One of the things we do is we stage very authentic grassroots protests right in their faces at their own events. Like, we infiltrate."

One event specifically mentioned by the Democratic operatives to have been 'bird-dogged' was the September incident in North Carolina where a 69-year-old woman was supposedly assaulted by a Trump supporter. In reality, the woman was "trained" by Foval as part of his operation. “She was one of our activists,” he says.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/10/17/new_okeefe_video_clint...

Ps. Recently polled millennials believe Bush was responsible for more deaths than Stalin. Let that soak in...

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA

Might as well cite a Steven Seagal movie

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The only thing thats funny is your inability to refute or even reject the video and its content. You suggesting the videos are fake? Doctored or manipulated? I'm sure you believe every word out of Hillary Clinton's mouth too...

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Just going by O'Keefe's track record of approximating a Port-o-Potty on the last day of the Amarillo Chilifest

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Carry on then. Keep believing everything Hillary and the MSM tell you. Just remember, Hillary has two positions on everything, so you'll never know which one you'll get! Surely it will be honest though!

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My feelings about Hillary, which are complicated, have no bearing on the fact that James O'Keefe is a joke.

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LOL and one of the DNC's "bird dogging" operatives(Scott Foval, the National Field Director of Americans United for Change) was fired from his organization today. Proof is in the pudding!

Discredit O'Keefe all you want but it wil not hide the fact the Hillary Clinton and the DNC are a corrupt borderline criminal enterprise permeating many aspects of the federal government. Clinton has learned from her mentor, Saul Alinsky, quite well. He would be proud!

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Is he mentoring her from beyond the grave?

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That'd be amusing if it wasn't for Hillary's senior thesis on "the Alinsky model" including interviews with the man.

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Forty-plus years ago she wrote a thesis. Recounting her experiences with Alinsky, she later wrote:

I agreed with some of Alinsky's ideas, particularly the value of empowering people to help themselves. But we had a fundamental disagreement. He believed you could change the system only from the outside. I didn't. Later, he offered me the chance to work with him when I graduated from college, and he was disappointed that I decided instead to go to law school. Alinsky said I would be wasting my time, but my decision was an expression of my belief that the system could be changed from within.

But yeah, she talked to Satan's community organizer, who also allegedly influenced a certain possibly Kenyan born community organizer, and don't you get tired of parroting the same BS that's been circulating ineffectively since 2008?

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Robert Creamer made 340 visits over 7 years, 10 months = 3.6 visits per month to the White House (i.e., nearly weekly visits over the entire Obama presidency) by Creamer, of which
40 visits were with Obama = 5 visits per year by Creamer.

…voter fraud isn't Creamer's only criminal specialty. A quick look at Wikipedia reveals that Creamer spent 5 months in federal prison back in 2006 for a "$2.3 million bank fraud in relation to his operation of public interest groups in the 1990s." (snip)

According to his website bio, Creamer has been a "political organizer and strategist for over four decades" and has been very involved with the Obama administration over the years. He even "provided strategic advice" to Obama on the "Iran nuclear deal." Ironically, Creamer "began his organizing career in 1970 working with Chicago’s Citizen Action Program (CAP), which had been organized by Saul Alinsky’s Industrial Areas Foundation."

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Proof is in the pudding!

Why do people say/write this? It really sounds idiotic to my ear.

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The original statement was "The proof of the pudding is in the tasting," which makes sense. Somewhere along the way, people started leaving out words, and the ones they left out make it senseless.

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Creamer (who has visited the White House over 300 times since Obama took office) has also resigned. Guess that O'keefe video wasn't as foolish as some think it was.

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You are brave to promote Project Veritas on this web site, I'll give you that. I look at everything with suspicion, but when one of the Clinton camps fired the guy that caused the violence at some of the Trump rallies, it gives it more legitimacy.

Kudos to you though, I expect there to much shit thrown your way now ;)

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You get your "news" from James O'Keefe, convicted criminal? LOL.

If you don't like Massachusetts then move to a red state. You know, the ones that have rampant illiteracy, morbid obesity, poverty, pathetically short average lifespan etc. Leave Massachusetts' best in the nation schools and wages to rational people who are responsible for our states success.

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Because our other news options are better? Right, O'Keefe plead guilty in 2010 to one misdemeanor count of entering a federal building under false pretenses. GASP! How DARE him attempt to do the job our "journalists" DO NOT do these days... Yeah lets just trust CNN who fed Clinton questions before hand during a May town hall meeting(according to Wikileaks). I'm sure you'll opine on wikileaks too.

Again, can't refute the content of the video? Too lazy? Don't believe the corrupt DNC would do something like this? This is the same DNC that manipulated the primaries for Clinton to win and stabbed Bernie Sanders in the back. Or do you suffer from selective memory?

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Entered a federal building, with a fake name and tried to mess with the phones. He should have been charged with a lot worse.

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Different from recording a private conversation and leaking it to the media? Quod licet Iovi non licet bovi?

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He was attempting to wiretap a US Senator's office. A similar crime brought down a President. This alone should have put O'Keefe in prison, but it's only one of a long list of crimes he has committed, including attempted voting fraud.

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Well, one of the Clinton camps already fired someone they nailed on video. Thoughts?

I agree, take O'Keefe with suspicion, but I don't stick my fingers in my ears either.

PS: Many of us born here in this state are part of generations of families that helped make this state what it is and what made many people transplant to this state. We welcome all kinds, or at least we used to :).

This poster said nothing offensive, or at least not offensive enough to drive them out of the state!

Tolerance!

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Indeed, move to a state where college football is the only entertainment. Roll Tide, yeehaw!!!

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I won't be voting for Clinton, but I won't mind her being president either. You are doing mental gymnastics to somehow convince yourself the guy with the (R) next to his name is the right choice. That's fine, I understand you are embarrassed and are just riding this mistake into the grave. There is all kinds of rationalization going on all over the place. "BUT PENCE WILL DO THE GOVERNING" Great. Awesome. But Putin isn't going to meet with Pence. Angela Merkel doesn't want to talk to Pence. The Premier of China would be straight up insulted if we sent our Vice President to negotiate with him. No my friend, Trump will need to meet with these people. Now consider the fact that Trump cannot even string together a cohesive sentence IN ENGLISH. I pity the poor translator who has to somehow convert Cheeto Jesus' word salad into coherent RUSSIAN so Vlad can understand WTF this guy is trying to say.
Its just NOT. GOING. TO HAPPEN.
If the man DOES get elected the GOP will move, with democrats, to have him impeached in the first hundred days. Not only is his fraud case ongoing but Trump has an upcoming rape trial to attend. Involving a 13 year old. He will never have a chance to be a has-been, he's a never-was.
Those voting for him are the worst kind of stupid. The stubborn kind.

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has the tiniest shred of credibil--- oh, it's you, CCD. Never mind: carry on.

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The two people featured in his video have been fired/resigned, so it seems this video was pretty credible.

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Yep. But its much easier to just discredit/bash the source than the content of the video...I wouldn't expect anything less from some on the Left where 'the ends justify the means.'

In similar news, a second Trump-Pence campaign office was vandalized, the recent on in Indiana. While I utterly despise Trump, it is clear The left and Democrats are to blame for this and inciting violence at Trump rallies.

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No two ways about it.

Nice that you get your news from terrorists.

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Lol yeah O'keefe is the terrorist. Those undercover videos are real dangerous and scary stuff! Go retreat to your "safe space."

The real terrorist are these political operatives paid for by the DNC to incite violence at Trump rallies. Manipulating "mentally ill" people to cause commotion at political rallies, is the true terrorism. This is straight out the Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals.'

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Guess what would have happened if he was black or of Islamic heritage and pulled that stuff.

Only reason he ain't in jail is that his daddy is Judge in Loseranna

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for [violence at Trump rallies and against GOP campaign offices.]"

Are you sure you're getting enough oxygen inside of that hilarious right-wing bubble you live in, CCD? I worry about the effects of hypoxia on your brain when you try to blame liberals for Trump's months-long fomenting of armed insurrection among his supporters.

Maybe put a little pinhole in that bubble. And squeegee down some of the froth. I suspect the coming weeks are going to be very difficult for you, what with Trump setting himself on fire late in the campaign.

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Are you going to vote for Trump in November? A simple yes or no will suffice.

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Registry of Deeds Division
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/rod/rodidx.htm

2016 State Election Candidates
Candidates For Election
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/ele16/state_election_cand_16.htm

Suffolk County
1) Margherita Ciampa-Coyne, Emmett St Hyde Park Boston, Independent
https://twitter.com/RegisterRita16
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ufjCUsSxsI
2) Joseph M. Donnelly, Jr., Franclaire Dr West Roxbury Boston, Independent
https://twitter.com/jdsbro
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykE5c76FKHk
3) John A. Keith, D St South Boston, Independent
https://twitter.com/JohnAKeith
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykE5c76FKHk
4) Stephen J. Murphy, Warren Ave Hyde Park Boston, Democratic
https://twitter.com/StephenJMurphy8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_R9Tsy_aZSY

5) Any Write-in Campaigns?...

The Sample Specimen Ballot for a favorite Ward/Precinct now available by email via https://www.boston.gov/departments/elections
Please post favorites! Check out layout, design, fonts, wording. How might the Ballot be better designed?

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I love the John Keith ads that have been appearing here on UHub!

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Me too ;-)

I swear its about the only ad I see most often.. and am welcome to seeing

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