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Highlights of the Democrat Debate from Last Night are the Agenda for Today—we did NOT learn anything New but it seems that Bernie Sanders is more in Tune with the Youthful Crowd of New Hampshire and perhaps the Nation

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WHO is MORE ‘Progressive’ than the other is—let us see…?
Oildale, CA, 02-05-2016 Friday: I found it rather amazing to watch MSNBC in its run-up to the Democrat Party’s presidential debate last night, Chuck Todd, Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, and some of the other losers on that pathetic network discussing ‘who is more progressive than the other,’ referring to the two remaining candidates.  The question was ‘what do each of the two candidates--Democratic-Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders and former first lady, senator, and secretary of state, Madam Hillary Clinton—needs to do to win the debate?’ 
The crusty old Vermonter has definitely pushed Madam Clinton farther to the left than she probably feels comfortable doing when she is much more of a centrist as a Democrat even though she is a disciple of Saul Alinsky, a communist if ever there was one.  
As with Governor Jim Gilmore on the GOP side of the aisle is in his party, she is more of an ‘old-style Democrat’ who believes in national defense and engaging in wars deemed necessary to fight.  This is why it is amazing that Senator Sanders captivates many of the young regardless of their sex  
Last Night, Sanders and Clinton went toe-to-toe at the University of New Hampshire
The two of them debated last night at the University of New Hampshire, a beautiful state and a wonderful place to be sure.  I doubt that over the course of my lifetime, I have not seen anything remotely similar to this since the amazing spectacle that occurred in Chicago in 1968. 
Outside the Democrat National Convention in the Windy City back at that time, total street strife erupted as the Yippies—the more aggressive form of Hippies enraged by the meat grinder of the Vietnam War—waged war with the police of that city. 
At that time, the battle was between the leftists of the party at the time, Robert Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy, and Hubert H. Humphrey, all doing battle to see who was the biggest leftist of all-time, and who would represent the party in the general election—took it to one another.  Needless for me to say, it was not a good time for the Democrats and Richard M. Nixon wiped them out in the general.    
Lawrence O’Donnell pointed out that ONE Year ago, Hillary was the undisputed presumed nominee—but not now
As MSNBC commentator Lawrence O’Donnell pointed out, one year ago, Hillary was at 69-percent while Bernie Sanders was at 13-percent, there was no question as to whom the Democratic faithful wanted to see in the White House.  Now, however, Hillary is in a street fight with someone older than she is and it is not very pretty. 
Even better is that J. Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow were the moderators, two hacks presumably on the side of Hillary and determined to take out her challenger, the best they can, sat in the chairs before them slinging the questions.  I do not think they succeeded in diminishing the credibility or viability of the crusty Vermonter.   
Bernie opened with the same complaints and critiques of America that he usually does
Bernie went first with the opening statements and ran off the litany of things he finds deplorable such as the wealthy destroying the middle class by sucking the life out of them. 
He is upset that we cannot provide healthcare to everyone as every other modern industrialized nation does for its citizens. 
He wants equality for all, wants to see the death penalty no more, and wants to see the end of racism, sexism, discrimination against the LGBT community, and of course, free education for all. 
He abhors the student loan debt that all graduates in this country stagger beneath at the time they leave their educational facilities behind them. 
Furthermore, he wants to end the ‘rigged economy’ and demands that we overturn the atrocious Citizens United case the Supreme Court said was ‘okay’ several years ago.  The youthful crowd gave him a great round of applause.  
Hillary, too, goes with the tried and true line of crap she always does
Hillary more or less said the same things in different ways.  She is running for the White House because she wants to help the people of the country, the ones who cannot wait for change to come their way fast enough. 
She, too, wants to end discrimination against all classes and groups of people and wants the wealthy to pay their fair share.  Any mention of the Republicans and of the Koch Brothers brought cheers and jeers from the crowd.  It was clear the crowd was very receptive and hoping that they are indeed watching one who will become the next president and will do battle against the evil Republicans. 
Both swear they can work with others and that they will do so if the other side is willing to do so but we all know that simply is not the case, except possibly if Bernie becomes the president. 
He seems to believe he can and will be able to work with the GOP but we know that Hillary wants to CRUSH the Republicans into a dripping pool of gore.  
Free trade agreements and the death penalty were points of contention
The pair battled back and forth over their views on free trade, trade agreements, who has voted for what and who will vote for what when and if they become the president.
Senator Sanders wants no death penalty whereas Hillary feels that in federal cases, there is room for the death penalty in horrific situations such as the Oklahoma City bombing caused by white terrorist Timothy McVeigh. 
She believes that in cases of the states, however, that they must meet a very high threshold before employing such a penalty and that oversight must be in play. 
Senator Sanders on the other hand believes there is no room for such barbaric practices in the modern world and that someone who commits heinous crimes needs to spend the rest of his or her days in prison with the key tossed away for good. 
I think none of them has much to worry about on this matter because Texas seems to be the only state still putting convicted criminals to death.  Here in California, however, we continue adding to the death row population in San Quentin but no one has het his or her end in a long, long time (even though the people of the state wishes they would).  
How about the FBI investigation into the emails of Hillary Clinton
Other topics that arose were the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, which according to the secretary does not cause her concern.  The reason for this elation was the timely report today that both Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell did the same thing (although I did not hear that they had private servers in their homes—they left that fact conveniently out of the debate) that SHE did. 
The pair also criticized Governor Rick Snyder’s pathetic failure at not leaping onto the disaster with the water supply in Flint, Michigan, and pointed out that ‘had this happened to a white suburban community, the problem would have been fixed before it happened.’  In this instance, they could very well be true but I think the disaster in Michigan occurred long ago when the automobile industry in America fell into disarray over the legacy costs the owners must pay to keep the unions at peace. 
Still, the people of Flint do NEED water and if Snyder cannot fix it, then he should step down and allow the Democrats to return to destroying the state as they have just as bad a record as do the Republicans, generally worse.  You see, this problem is but one example of the transition of America from an industrial nation to a service nation, which is because economic policy sucks.   
I do not think we learned anything new last night
I do not believe we learned anything new last night in the debate but it was still interesting to watch.  I felt bad that Martin O’Malley was not on the stage because I still feel he added much to the soup of Democrat politics.  Unfortunately, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz did her best to ‘X’ out any of the others but so far has been unable to do that with Senator Sanders. 
I have no idea as to who is going to win come Tuesday but I suspect that Senator Sanders will pull off a big victory in the Granite State but after that, I have no idea.  I believe Senator Sanders can appeal to minority communities because he sure does bring them up a great deal, mentioning the plight they suffer daily and his ideas on a revolution to take back and to save America resonates among many. 
Still, we cannot count Hillary Clinton out because far too many people they know have sadly passed away from strange circumstances.  Imagine if something untoward happened to poor old ‘aged Bernie’ between now and the election; that would suck for him but be grand for her.  I hope his Secret Service detail keeps a close eye on him.    
Don’t get me started on Goldman-Sachs, investment banking, and Hillary Clinton’s ‘speaking fees.’  Those topics are not pretty because that is what Bernie fights, large banking firms dumping gobs of cash into the pockets of hacks who will do their bidding once in office—you go, Bernie.      
Thank you,
Moses Scharbug III
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02-05-2016 F Political Topics and Essays, Part DCLVI: “Highlights of the Democrat Debate from Last Night are the Agenda for Today—we did NOT learn anything New but it seems that Bernie Sanders is more in Tune with the Youthful Crowd of New Hampshire and perhaps the Nation” by Moses Scharbug III
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A.    1428: King Alfonso V of Sicily orders Jews to attend conversion therapy so that they can become good Christians.
B.     1631: The future founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams, arrives in Boston from England.
C.    1679: German Emperor Leopold I signs peace treaty with France.
D.    1778: The first state to ratify the Articles of ConfederationSouth Carolina —does so on this date.
E.     1783: Sweden recognized the independence of the United States.
F.     1811: George, the Prince of Wales, was named Prince Regent due to the mental illness of his father, Britain’s King George III.
G.    1870: The first motion picture is shown to a theater audience in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
H.    1917: The U.S. Congress passed, over President Woodrow Wilson’s veto, an immigration act severely curtailing the influx of Asians.  Mexico’s constitution was adopted.
I.       1919: Actors/producers Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, D.W. Griffith and Charles Chaplin incorporated the movie studio, United Artists, on this date.
J.      1937: President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed increasing the number of U.S. Supreme Court justices; the proposal, which failed in Congress, had critics accusing the President of attempting to “pack” the nation’s highest court.
K.    1940: Glenn Miller and his orchestra recorded “Tuxedo Junction” for RCA Victor’s Bluebird Label.
L.     1953: Walt Disney’s animated feature “Peter Pan” hit the movie theaters on this date.
M.  1958: Gamal Abdel Nasser is nominated to be the first president of the United Arab Republic.  Meanwhile, Clifton R. Wharton is confirmed by Congress to be ambassador to Romania; Mr. Wharton is black.
N.    1967: “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour” premiered on CBS-TV on this date.
O.    1971: Apollo 14 astronauts Alan Shepherd and Edgar Mitchell stepped out onto the surface of the moon in the first of two lunar expeditions lasting four hours.
P.     1973: A funeral for the last official U.S. soldier killed in the Vietnam War before the Vietnam cease-fire took effect, Lance Colonel William B. Nolde, takes place at Arlington National Cemetery.
Q.    1980: The Egyptian government votes to end boycott of Israel.
R.    1983: Former Nazi Gestapo official Klaus Barbie, expelled from Bolivia, was brought to Lyon, France, to stand trial.  He was convicted of war crimes, sentenced to life in prison, and died there in 1991).
S.      1987: The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 2,200 points for the first time.
T.     1989: Los Angeles Laker Kareem Abdul-Jabar becomes the first NBA player to score 38,000 points.  Elsewhere, the Soviet Union announced that all but a small rear-guard contingent of its troops had left Afghanistan.
U.    1991: Radio shock jock Howard Stern kisses New York Giantsstar, Leonard Marshall’s ass, over a bet Stern made that the Giants would lose the Super Bowl—they did not.  Meanwhile, a Michigan court bars Dr. Jack Kevorkian from assisting in suicides.
V.    1992: Jury selection begins in the Rodney King beating case in Los Angeles, California.
W.  1993: James Woolsey becomes the 16th director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
X.    1994: Thirty years after the fact, the killer of Medgar Evers, Byron de la Beckwith, is sentenced to life in prison for killing the civil rights leader.
Y.    1995: The NFL Pro Bowl: the AFC beats the NFC by a score of 41-13.
Z.     2006: The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 to win Super Bowl XL at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.
AA.                      2010: Danish special military forces storm a ship captured by Somali pirates freeing 25 crewmembers in the process.
BB.                       2011: In Cairo’s Tahrir Square, protesters continue their twelfth day of demanding Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to step down from office and to leave the country.
CC.                      2012: The New York Giants beat the New England Patriots by a score of 21-17 to win Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.  This was the second time the Giants beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl putting an end to the once vaunted New England team.  Giants quarterback, Eli Manning, beat Pats’ quarterback Tom Brady to put a period to the dominance of one of the NFL’s greatest teams, the Patriots.
DD.                      2013Founder Michael Dell leads a consortium that announced plans to take Dell private with a $24.4 billion leveraged buyout deal - the largest buyout seen since the recession.
EE.                       2014: New York Governor Mario Cuomo plans to announce executive action to loosen marijuana laws, allowing use of the drug for medical purposes. Meanwhile, Benigno Aquino III, president of the Philippines, considers the territorial claims China has made in the South China Sea comparable to the Nazi Germany invasion of Czechoslovakia.
FF.2015: RadioShack, the U.S. electronics retailer founded in 1921, files for bankruptcy; the company plans to sell up to half of its stores to Sprint and close the remainder.


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1 comment:

  1. Mo goes to town on the two elder statesman Democrats going hand-to-hand with one another at the University of New Hampshire last night. I think Hillary did well but I believe Bernie took control and beat her. As the only candidate in the race who owes NOTHING to anyone except the American people, Bernie gets my vote just as does Donald Trump should he get the nomination for president of the United States on his side of the aisle. Please, join us today and let me know what you thought about last night's debate and we will then argue the issues. Thank you and aloha. / Posted by Chef Itzi Nakamura of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, posted @ 10:26 A.M. PST

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