They couldn't be dismissed as insignificant or non-representative, nor could they be ignored

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The Sanders movement 2.0, though with some regrettable destruction of property.

And hopefully we’ll get the 3.0 version, where we too are seen as being inarguably representative of the 99%, and not restricted to a limited demographic. And we’ll be impossible to be ignored or dismissed

We won’t need, or want, violence, just like we never have in the past.

We just have to watch out for the fakes who’ll try to rush to the front to shepherd us. Who was that fellow who bragged in his messages that he’d built the credibility to lead us to Clinton, because he’d said some nice things about Sanders in the past?

People like him, and people much worse than him, who’ll promise what they have no intention or means of delivering, so that they can put themself into positions where they can work the grift that they have so much practice at.

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