Susan Perks Me Up!

susan and colbert

As a Bernie Sanders supporter, you could say I’ve been a little down since the New York primaries. The one of five win in Rhode Island didn’t add anything to my optimism. It’s obvious, Sanders isn’t walking into the convention as a winner now, but all isn’t lost.

The night after the four losses for Sanders, Susan Sarandon came on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and seems optimistic that Bernie can gain back some ground since the states coming up will be open primaries, which have proven to be big winners for the candidate we need for president.

Susan was pretty hard on her old friend Hillary, because of her trust problem. I’m just not excited about Americans having to vote for the politician they hate the least. All Americans are tired of being the world’s policemen, and this just doesn’t look like the Democratic party stance on that:

The NY Times is absolutely right — she’s a bigger hawk than the Republicans

Sarandon says she’s not there yet, on whether she will not vote for Hillary in the general election, and neither am I. I’m going to wait for Sanders’s proven sense of logic on what to do when we get there.

If this comes down to Trump and Clinton, it’s not entirely crazy to imagine Karl Rove rigging the election for Hillary. The American Empire falls into a rabbit hole.

  1. #1 by Richard Warnick on April 29, 2016 - 12:57 pm

    Walker Bragman on Salon: A liberal case for Donald Trump: The lesser of two evils is not at all clear in 2016

    If Bernie doesn’t get the Dem nomination, I might just have to vote for Trump because there is a poll that says Hillary might win Utah.

  2. #2 by Larry Bergan on April 29, 2016 - 4:17 pm

    Here’s something that seriously disturbs and enrages me. I HATE internet trolls, and it’s clear the Clinton campaign is buying them, and they are doing shameful things.

  3. #3 by Nathan Erkkila on May 2, 2016 - 5:50 pm

    I happen to be Bernie or Bust. The message that a Hillary victory would send to the already corrupt democrats is too dangerous to allow her into office. At this point, I would rather have anyone over Hillary.

    • #4 by Larry Bergan on May 3, 2016 - 1:22 am

      I’m Bernie or Bust too.

      I’m going all the way with what Sanders wants to do. He knows the scene.

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