Top contenders for the Democratic Primary as reported by M$NB¢

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  • #216286

    tk2kewl
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    Image result for msnbc iowa contenders

  • #216294

    salemcourt
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    They included Tulsi Gabbard

  • #216306

    djean111
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    Oh, hey!  “Who” is a group of politicians I will not be voting for, Alex!!!!

    Just got off the phone with a younger friend in Texas – lessee, she is gay and says that she not only does not like Buttigieg, but is offended that his sexuality is even brought up.  She says Beto should really stay in Texas, and she had been a Hillary supporter last time, but saw a recent clip of Hillary ranting or whatever on an airplane and now agrees with me that Hillary has no business being in charge of anything because she is bonkers.   I also explained why Yang’s Freedom Dividend will not be awesome for her – she has had a lot of little strokes, is in a wheelchair, and is on disability.  Also explained how a VAT is regressive.  She will vote for Bernie in the primary.    Yesssss!

    I will not vote for a Vichy Dem. Period. As always, I decide who is a Vichy Dem.

    Bernie's ISSUES or Bust!

    • #216436

      Fuddnik
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      I agree. A whole pile of turds  I won’t vote for.

      That includes Bloomberg and Clinton.

       

    • #216558

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      Huge plus one! Hillary is bonkers!    

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

  • #216559

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    This is just one of the reasons I am boycotting MSNBC. Join me!

    I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

    Me

  • #216628

    tk2kewl
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    @enthusiast i havent watched a cable news program for a long time

    also recently got rid of cable tv altogether and put up a hdtv antenna.  now i can watch amy goodman instead

    • #217240

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      It is a dirty shame that “they” have corrupted TV News as they have. You really cannot believe a single narrative they create.

      We used to be avid consumers of TV news. My wife and I watched MSNBC every evening until we suddenly discovered that they no longer had any credibility. Worse yet, the lies and falsehoods extended to the entire MSM apparatus including NPR.

      This is a tremendous barrier to the democratic process.

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

  • #217298

    N2Doc
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    If they don’t want to be called fake news they should stop being fake news

  • #226576

    eridani
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    Analysis of Primetime MSNBC Programs Finds Sanders Received ‘Least’ and ‘Most Negative’ Coverage of Top 2020 Democrats

    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/11/14/analysis-primetime-msnbc-programs-finds-sanders-received-least-and-most-negative

    The analysis, which is the cover story for In These Times magazine’s December issue, found:

    –64% of the 240 episodes examined discussed Biden, 43% discussed Warren, and 36% discussed Sanders;
    –25% of the episodes only discussed Biden, while just 5% mentioned only Warren and 1% mentioned only Sanders;
    –Sanders had the highest percentage of negative mentions (20.7%) and the lowest percentage of positive mentions (12.9%);
    –87% of Sanders’ negative mentions came from Matthews’ Hardball and Williams’ 11th Hour;
    –Warren had the lowest percentage of negative mentions (7.9%) and the highest percentage of positive mentions (30.6%);
    –11.3% percent of Biden’s mentions were negative.

    “While pundits get paid to have opinions, MSNBC’s seem to dwell in an alternate reality,” wrote Marcetic. “As momentum mounts for longstanding liberal goals like single-payer healthcare and bold climate action, MSNBC’s coverage seems devoted, instead, to narrowing the liberal imagination.”

    The two most common substances in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity.

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