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And you don't, or President HRC would have been elected in 2008.

She had support lined up in 08.   Obama's message (and character, etc) caused a ground-swell .. much like Sanders -- with the exception that Sanders has underperformed Clinton by 3.1m votes. -- And same with Trump, who had no official support.

It's probably 50/50 on candidates that were establishment vs. groundswell over the years.  Obama, groundswell.  Bush43, establishment.  Bill Clinton in 92 .. not a groundswell, but not establishment either.  Bush41, establishment.  88 Reagan?  Honestly can't recall, was an early favorite though.

No doubt ... getting your party's nomination is easier if you are in the establishment and know who to grease.

Well that and this little thing about the press being so totally in love with the idea of a black man being elected that they didn't vet him at all.
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If somebody gave me $20 every time somebody mused about something causing "the end of the Democrat party" or "the end of the Republican Party," I'd have a lot of Tubmans!

I am so glad they put that gun toting conservative on the $20.  Outstanding decision in my view.
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Chicos, most in the science field would say that those models are very accurate.  They, up until 2000, correctly predicted dips and accelerations in climate change.  They even predicted (albeit underestimated the effect) of a temporary lull in the increases during 2005-present. 

Those are actually expected and help them refine the models. 

What the trends show definitively though is a drastic increase in global temperatures that are being predicted, quite admirably, by man-made climate change models.

Most are saying they aren't, but that's ok....keep on going on.

You going to see Climate Hustle?  I wonder if it will be any more accurate than that absurd bullshyte that Al Gore put out.

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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Swing and miss with Young and Gill?
« Last post by real chili 83 on Today at 11:20:24 PM »
Bacon, lettuce, and tomato.
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Yeah idk I took a tour, everyone living there said it was amazing, and I drank the Kool Aid. I also had a high school girlfriend I was convinced I would marry so what good was chasing MU tail? Funny now that I think about it.

Again, thankful I ended up in McCormick

Living in OD was amazing and shaped in many ways who I am and the course of my life.
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Politics board / Re: That Ted Cruz guy is not a graceful loser, is he?
« Last post by forgetful on Today at 11:01:37 PM »
If somebody gave me $20 every time somebody mused about something causing "the end of the Democrat party" or "the end of the Republican Party," I'd have a lot of Tubmans!

This made me laugh.  Thank you.
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Politics board / Re: feel safer now than ya did 8 years ago??
« Last post by forgetful on Today at 11:01:02 PM »
Terrorist attacks against american interests under GWB.

Sep. 2001.  I think we all remember this one.
Dec. 2001.  Shoe bomber
Dec. 15th 2001.  Assailants attack US embassy in Nepal
Jan. 22nd 2002.  American Center in Calcutta attacked.
March 20, 2002. Car bomb attack at US Embassy in Lima, Peru
June 14, 2002. Suicide bombing at US Consulate in Pakistan
July 2002.  LAX shooting
Oct. 2002.  DC sniper
Nov. 9th, 2002.  Security supervisor for US embassy in Nepal killed.
May 12th, 2003.  Suicide bombers attack US defense firm in Saudi Arabia
July 30th, 2004.  Suicide bomber attack US Embassy in Uzbekistan
Oct. 24th, 2004. Security official killed at US Embassy in Baghdad
Nov. 25th 2004. US embassy's senior consultant killed in Baghdad.

That's the first term.

There have been 11 total attacks against US interests Under Obama; these include events like the insane individual who killed a cop in Brooklyn (but happened to be Muslim) as islamic terrorism.
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Politics board / Re: That Ted Cruz guy is not a graceful loser, is he?
« Last post by MU82 on Today at 10:54:06 PM »
Because by June the narrative will change from the Republican party civil war to Trump CAN win and that might mean the end of the democrat party.

If somebody gave me $20 every time somebody mused about something causing "the end of the Democrat party" or "the end of the Republican Party," I'd have a lot of Tubmans!
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Dunn was out quite a bit with foul trouble and Bentil did extremely well.

Yup.  Bentil is a stud in college no matter who's next to him.  A better college player than Dunn.  Dunn will be the better pro.
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Swing and miss with Young and Gill?
« Last post by YoungsWorld on Today at 10:50:21 PM »
I don't feel the need to control and others (sic) and tell them how to identify. I do have a concern with a guy with a schlong being welcomed into the ladies room. People can identify as whatever sex, mythical creature, etc. whatever they feel they are.

If you're a man who feels they are a female even though they are clearly a man... if when you go out to a store or restaurant or wherever outside of your own property, I have little sympathy for you being upset that you are expected to go to the restroom of your real gender. Tough.

Should car insurance companies be forced to lower my rate if I tell them I'm feeling like a broad?

You get all hot and bothered by "its" vs. "it's" but you can't figure out if you want to go with a single individual (you/a female/a man) or multiple individuals (they).  C'mon bruh.
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