Sanders 2016

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Many delegates are already gearing up to carry the message of the 'political revolution' to new action
Sanders is set to address the full Democratic National Convention on Monday night
The DNC and the Clinton campaign joined forces against the 'political revolution' for one simple reason: they knew it could win. And it still can.
If the Democratic National Convention is not sufficiently amusing in its own right—following a week of Republicans wracked by self-centered dissent and absenteeism, plagiarism from Michelle Obama and the specter of Lucifer guiding Hillary Clinton—you can enliven the evenings with an educational game: What would these conventions be like if Bernie Sanders were the Democratic candidate?
"We have lost. It's not like we are losing, we have lost that generation."
'The goal here is to do what I think the Democratic establishment has not been very effective in doing,' said Sanders
Earlier this week my colleague Richard Eskow reported on the impact the populist progressive movement led by Bernie Sanders and others is having on the Democratic Party Platform to be voted on at the party’s national convention in Philadelphia later this month.
Now that Sanders has declared his support for Clinton, a senior Sanders campaign advisor maps the road ahead.
Sanders may have endorsed Clinton, but the groups supporting him are plotting a fight for progressive policies far beyond the 2016 election
Today, my hero, Bernie Sanders, endorsed Hillary Clinton, a woman that I truly believe is sociopathic, for the office of the President of the United States and then immediately the sun hid behind a cloud and it began to rain
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