On January 28th, Marianne Williamson Will Be Making a BIG Announcement

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      Segami
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      On January 28th, Marianne Williamson Will Be Making a BIG Announcement

       

      Sounds like Marianne is going to run in the Dem primary and try to siphon off as many progressives and Dem support as she can……I believe after she’s corralled these loyal, progressive supporters, when it comes time to pull the plug on her campaign and drop out, she’ll throw all her support to Bernie Sanders…..I believe this is all part of a progressive strategy….

       

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      2020 Democratic Hopeful Marianne Williamson Wants Election to do More than Defeat Trump

       

      There is already a lot of buzz about the 2020 Presidential election where democrats are hoping to win back control of the executive branch. One Democratic hopeful, Marianne Williamson, wants to make the election about more than just defeating Donald Trump and into creating a renaissance of Democratic values.

       

       

       

       

       

      Despair Is NOT An Option — by Marianne Williamson 2015

       

      “…..In Bernie Sanders we have an experienced, legitimate Presidential candidate who resists the multi-national corporate take-over of the United States, a candidate who insists that our government is here first to serve the people of the United States – not Wall Street, oil companies, chemical companies, defense contractors, Big Pharma, Big Ag or any other special interest. We cannot legitimately say there is no one to represent our views. If we all show up and exercise our power as citizens, Senator Sanders can win the presidency in 2016….”

      https://berniesanders.com/despair-is-not-an-option/

       

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      AN OPEN LETTER TO HILLARY CLINTON

      By Marianne Williamson – July 2014

       

      Hi, Hillary. You know me. I mean, we’re not friends, exactly, but we’re acquaintances. You were wonderful to me back in l994 when you invited me to the White House. It’s a memory I will treasure always, and you gave it to me. I thank you. Now, about your presidential run — if indeed you make it. I’m writing you this letter because I think the topic might figure into your decision-making, or maybe not. I admit that in 2008 I went with Obama, feeling at the time that he was carrying the real spirit of things, yada, yada, yada. Yeah, well. Anyway.

       

      That was then and this is now. I want a woman president — really, I do. A lot of us do. And yes, you’re so qualified, and yes, we’ve known you forever, and yes, you’d know what to do from Day 1. We all get that. But none of that is enough to get my vote, or the vote of a lot of people I know. We only want to vote for you if you run like hell away from that corporate box you’ve landed in. I’m telling you, Hillary. The American people have become hip to what’s happening. We know now that Wall Street runs the country, and we don’t like it. And for many of us, we don’t want to vote for you if Wall Street runs you too.

       

      There are the seeds of political revolution in the air — a rebelliousness, a rambunctiousness — that America has been sorely missing. It’s faint, at least on the left, but it is there. As a matter of fact, as tragic as it is for a lifelong Democrat to have to admit this, the one place where we have been seeing it manifest recently is on the political right. The Tea Party, sans a codependent relationship with the Republican Party, is causing a real problem for establishment Republicans. And once progressives break free of their codependent relationship with the corporate Democrats, you’re going to have a real problem on your hands too. That’s why I’m writing. I have a feeling you’re getting most of your advice from people who think that everything I’m saying here is nonsense. So I’ll say it as loudly as I can.

       

      STOP NOW. Stop cozying up to the banks, to the chemical companies, to the military-industrial complex, to the party machine, and to all the various financiers who make up the plutocracy now ruining this country. Yeah, I know a lot of them are nice people and that’s cool. But they should not be able to turn the elected representatives of the American people into mere inconveniences they can buy off election after election. And if we have a sense that you’d be just another puppet of the elite, then I don’t believe that you will win. We were fooled once, but I don’t think we’re going to be fooled again.

       

      In the final analysis, we really do love democracy — and watching it dismantled as it’s being dismantled, and corrupted like it’s being corrupted, has taken a lot of us from denial to real depression to a collective “Hell, no!” that will have electoral consequences in 2016. Years ago, George Lakoff compared Republicans to a critical father and Democrats to a nurturing mother. I pointed out a bit later that the critical father had become an abusive one — but that as anyone with any psychotherapeutic understanding knows, the child will ultimately put a lot of his or her blame on the mother who stood by and allowed the abuse to happen! That’s the Democratic Party machine today, Hillary. Please don’t be one of them.

       

      I know you know exactly what I’m saying, because I remember you — a lot of us remember you — when you were raging against the Establishment machine on top of which you’re now so sweetly perched. That machine is not our salvation; it’s our problem. Corporate Democrats might have gained some power for the party, but at the cost of its soul. I’d love to clamor for you, to work for you, to cheer you on. I don’t want to sit on the sidelines longing for Elizabeth or Bernie. I want to hear what’s true from you. I want you to rail against the chemical companies and their GMO’s — not support them. I want you to decry the military industrial complex — not assure them you’re their girl. I want you to support reinstating Glass-Steagall — not just wink at Wall Street while sipping its champagne. In short, I want you to name the real problems so we can trust you’d provide some real solutions.

       

      But maybe that’s just me wanting you to change, to be someone different than who you are. If that’s true, please forgive my presumption and ignore this letter. But if anything I’m saying rings any kind of true at all, then I hope you’ll start saying so. And quickly please, Hillary. People are starting to despair.

       

      AN OPEN LETTER TO HILLARY CLINTON

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        Marianne Williamson – 2016

        WHY BERNIE SANDERS MATTERS….

         

         

         

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        she would be president today.

        All governments lie to their citizen's, but only Americans believe theirs.

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          It was sound advice she offered the Queen back in 2014 since the ‘Her’ campaign hadn’t ramped up yet. Just thinking about that advice, she actually gave the Queen the winning nuke schematics. But of course, she said no thanks, I have Robby Mook advising me…..lol

           

          This will be an interesting January 28th announcement. I believe she’ll become a progressive attack-dog (a progressive response to Neera, Brocks Bernie attacks) against the DavidBrock/Thirdway candidates…………I don’t think she has high expectations of winning the Dem primary nomination and going all the way to the White House but she’ll damn well expose the Thirdway, bullsh*t candidates and their flip-flopping lies along the way.

           

           

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        All She had to do was fake it a bit, just for a few months…and she could have won (shudder).

        She lost because she was too arrogant to even PRETEND to be humble- the entire vibe of her campaign was “the Presidency is Mine by right, and only stupid peons can’t see that. Actually stooping to ASKING for it is beneath My dignity”.

        Millions of us peons recognized that vibe, and we didn’t find it inspiring. She depressed Her own voter turnout like few candidates ever have.

        I’m glad she lost. She worked hard to earn my contempt, and earn it She did.

        If you give a man enough rope, it will be six inches too short. This is not the nature of rope- it is the nature of man.

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      https://connect.pachamama.org/node/982

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