Her Bernie side is something I'm willing to sacrifice to get a person with integrity into office. Her Ron Paul side is a sacrifice I will expect progressives to make to get someone with integrity into office. I'm starting early - think I'll make a little campaign vid.
Tell me what you think of this idea: Start with a brief bio and then description of what she stands for. End with this: "All of the [show picture of Bernie Sanders with sound effect], and all of the [show picture of Ron Paul with sound effect], with none of the [show compromising picture of Donald Trump]. Support your next President - support Tulsi Gabbard!"
A career politician woman couldn't beat the worst politician in the history of the United States....America isn't ready for a woman President.
Woman's got nothing to do with any of it, other than the obvious fact that she's much easier on the eyes. Hillary lost because she was a hideous ogre of a career politician - possibly one of the worst of the past half century.
I see it like this - there's an ugly, festering wound that has infected the echelons of power. Many of us could smell it, but it took alternative forms of media to cut away the obfuscatory clothing of the MSM to expose it. There was a genuine opportunity to cauterize the wound with a mildly painful medication called Ron Paul, but he was "too nice" for folks. The spectre of Hillary finally caused enough to wake up to make some kind of difference - they say most people don't change until the pain of not changing is worse than the pain of changing: Hillary was that milestone, apparently. Trump was a big old chunk of wraught iron plunged into a fire and pressed into that wound, and damn but it don't hurt like a bitch, eh? Tulsi promises to be the soothing balm and bandage that will begin the healing process while finishing the dislodgement of the incestuously corrupt power-elite. Hopefully once they no longer have the power to leverage many will be forced to flee the country or face arrest. One can only hope.
Hillary didn't become the monstrous, festering wound spectre or whatever you want to call it until around 2012-2013 when it was clear she was going to be one of the few established Democrats to contend for the Presidency. Before that time she was mostly mocked for her It Takes a Village book from 1996 and being Bill Clinton's wife. The hideous, unknowable bastion of evil didn't rise about until the Republican smear machine affixed its gaze upon her. What's funny is that people try to assure me how much of a villain Hillary was before then but I lived through it...as you did. You and I both know the description of Hillary right now in 2017 would be laughed at in 2010. But then the Republicans pounced upon the tragic events of Benghazi to further their own agenda of tearing down any Democrat they could and they kept that smear machine going non-stop from 2012 forward.
Let's be real and look at the electoral college: do you REALLY think Dumbfuck McDonalds Burgerman who lives in the boonies of Illinois knows a fuckin' lick about Hillary Clinton's political career and achievements? Of course not...that's why Trump dominated the electoral college and that's why Democrats would be smart to steer clear of anyone outside the norm (i.e., anyone who isn't a white man); the seething masses will vote in a babbling buffoon moron who said that he talked to the President of the Virgin Islands over a person who has ever bled from a vagina.
Let's not argue about Hillary. I may have a more unique perspective having rejected establishment politics 13 years ago. There is a lot of Truth to your burger idiots statement. That's what makes this such a exciting challenge. We have 3 years to craft an appropriate message for those idiots that resonates. If there's one thing everyone should learn from Scott Adams it's that this has nothing to do with unchangeable characteristics and everything to do with the person's ability to persuade. My idea is to make a few different kinds of vids and present them as possible approaches for persuasion using Tulsi Gabbard. I've got three like 15 to 30 second concept ideas so far so I'm going to do those three and we'll see how persuasive they are.
At the end of the day Joe Schmoe isn't voting for one of dem gays or a womham (da Bible tells them to submit to their husbands, something-something 17:6). If it's not a white guy then you've lost the electoral vote.
I shall attempt to prove you wrong. FullAuto is an advanced form of Joe and he don't believe in that Bible shit. Top of her list should avoiding the simplistic position that Trump won because Hillary was a woman.
All informative things have to start with the five questions; Who, What, Where, When, Why. Then to make it directional(propaganda) add the 'how' (to get her in power). However that is mostly factual and contains very little manipulation by itself. To make a proper propaganda clip you leave out the answers to those questions when it relates to the individual in question and make them show or imply 'what others have done wrong'. Like she did.
Hooray for the two-party system. I wonder if you all will flip names again.
I can't think of anyone better equipped to reform the DNC.
The democratic platform went from "Hillary will be the first woman President" to "Donald Trump is Hitler incarnate".
If this superhero runs for President I just know they'll hit her with the Assad-apolagist-schtick because she dared to tell the truth about Syria.
Some comments under the Jimmy Dore video try to push the "soft-on-Assad" line against her. The other commenters call them "Hillbots".
Super Delegate removal huh? Well, it is a start.
Real change comes from making all states have split votes like Maine and Nebraska so your vote actually counts.
Trump supporter's vote in Cali doesn't count, because take all state. and Hillary's vote in Oklahoma doesn't count either, same reason.
Democrats will NEVER ---- EVERRRR agree to a fair vote in all states because they will never have the oval office again.
The image you shared shows exactly what you're stating Democrats don't want...the reason you see so much "red" is because many counties go either entirely red (meaning a Democratic vote doesn't count) or entirely blue (meaning a Republican vote doesn't count). So you are simultaneously stating that the winner-takes-all system is flawed while presenting an image that revels in it.
The last-ditch gasp of the establishment Democrats is to attempt to eradicate the Electoral College and set up a kind of Hunger Games scenario for themselves.