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T and R, Benny!! 🙂 “Revolution” was written by John Lennon. Hint: the guy who sung the lead on their tunes wrote it. It was one of the final ones they recorded. It makes me feel sad cos they were more than just a band. John, Paul, and George were brothers in more than just a physical sense. John created the group, and he broke it up. It was the worse mistake he ever made, and he admitted it before he was murdered.


Thanks Benny–great post. Warren has been holding hands with Bernie quite often lately. Who knows about Brazille and her motivations.


Jamarl has his doubts about Warren”s authenticity. Time will show her intentions.


I see Warren as being a person who has the right beliefs but lacks the courage to espouse them too much until its looks ‘safe’.

She can be a good ally once we have a strong progressive leader but she can never be that strong leader herself, its just not her make up.


All true but she’s still better than almost all our elected politicians. I still think she is great– not Bernie great. But who is


I agree. I like her but I don’t fully trust her. Bernie, Nina and Tulsi are the only politicians I trust at this time.


So who doesn’t love Van Jones?


Thank you Benny! It sounds like the event was quite well run. Let’s put those organizers in charge.




Former Democratic National Committee (DNC) interim chairwoman Donna Brazile said the individuals urging her to keep silent about the problems she unearthed while helming the Democratic Party can “go to hell.”

“George, for those who are telling me to shut up, they told Hillary that a couple months ago. You know what I tell them? Go to hell. I’m going to tell my story,” Brazile told ABC’s “This Week.”

“I’m not on the payroll, George. I care about my country. I care about our democracy,” Brazile said. “And I say go to hell, because why am I supposed to be the only person that is unable to tell my story?”

Clinton staffers have pushed back on Brazile’s revelations, “saying they do not recognize the campaign she portrays in the book.”


I took kos off of my bookmarks long ago and won’t go back there. Going there is like spying on your ex-lover; sure, you might get details but, in the end, it’ll only make you upset and revisit why you broke up in the first place. It’s just not worth the aggravation.

I have a hard time believing Donna Brazile’s statement she was thinking about replacing $Hillary on the ticket when it was her heinous who installed her in the first place.


You know, Brazile’s comments about $hrill’s campaign sound awfully similar to what was described in Shattered. That was a sympathetic read on Hellery, too. Go figure! (Snort).


I just came across this. I think it is worth sharing.


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