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Lisa

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Celebrity endorsements only influence the voting patterns of morons.

Do you even know a single thing about Bloomberg outside of judge Judy likes him ?
Sure..but will a popular judge sway people? I guess we will have to wait and see.
 






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Sure..but will a popular judge sway people? I guess we will have to wait and see.
Bloomberg isn’t even POLLING. So my guess is no. If anything sways things it will be the ridiculous amount of corporate money he throws at the thing.
 






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i think she will pick him - wow makes sense
and another first - can say he would be first jewish vp..
At first, I thought this was a semi-serious thread, but would you be saying here that Hillary will possibly run still and pick Bloomberg as her VP? I really, really hope this is not what you are saying considering the primaries are starting and we may as well say it is February already. Even though Hillary didn't have a campaign started because of the Benghazi thing by this point last time, she was still on the primary ballot, and she is not at the moment.

I hope I am reading this wrong, but I'm not going to lie that I am laughing so hard at this thread right now still. And the stuff about Judge Judy...


 






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At first, I thought this was a semi-serious thread, but would you be saying here that Hillary will possibly run still and pick Bloomberg as her VP? I really, really hope this is not what you are saying considering the primaries are starting and we may as well say it is February already. Even though Hillary didn't have a campaign started because of the Benghazi thing by this point last time, she was still on the primary ballot, and she is not at the moment.

I hope I am reading this wrong, but I'm not going to lie that I am laughing so hard at this thread right now still. And the stuff about Judge Judy...
as posted on page before:

"Another but: The delegates are distributed proportionally, meaning a candidate who wins 14% of the vote gets 14% of the delegates, and so on. With nine candidates still in the race, it may come down to no candidate winning a majority of the delegates, which means no one would be picked until the Democratic National Committee’s convention in July. Plus, there are “super-delegates,” which carry more weight than regular delegates and, in a skewed 2016 race, greatly helped Clinton win the nomination.

So what we’re saying is, Hillary is still not gone. STILL NOT GONE!

And Clinton recently took a swipe at Sen. Bernie Sanders, who just happens to be the frontrunner for the nomination.

“He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it,” Hillary says in a new documentary about Sanders."
 






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“He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it,” Hillary says in a new documentary about Sanders."
Projection?
 






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as posted on page before:

"Another but: The delegates are distributed proportionally, meaning a candidate who wins 14% of the vote gets 14% of the delegates, and so on. With nine candidates still in the race, it may come down to no candidate winning a majority of the delegates, which means no one would be picked until the Democratic National Committee’s convention in July. Plus, there are “super-delegates,” which carry more weight than regular delegates and, in a skewed 2016 race, greatly helped Clinton win the nomination.

So what we’re saying is, Hillary is still not gone. STILL NOT GONE!

And Clinton recently took a swipe at Sen. Bernie Sanders, who just happens to be the frontrunner for the nomination.

“He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it,” Hillary says in a new documentary about Sanders."
I am 99% sure that Hillary is gone. The fact that she had a political comment towards Bernie Sanders does not mean in any way shape or form that she intends to run a campaign. She is not on the ballot at all and her last campaign was a disaster. I hardly think that she is going to be the first person that comes to mind at the convention, but again. This has served to give me a really good laugh today. I needed it. Thank you.
 






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I'm surprised no one has made a meme out of this Judyism, "don't try to teach a pig to sing. It doesn't work and it annoys the pig." That was my favorite one.

On a serious note, if people are really taking political direction from Judge Judy in this country, it would seem they have really learned nothing from her. If I had time, I would make a meme with a picture of Judge Judy and a caption that says, "think for yourself." I don't have time, so you will all have to just use your imagination.
 






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I am 99% sure that Hillary is gone. The fact that she had a political comment towards Bernie Sanders does not mean in any way shape or form that she intends to run a campaign. She is not on the ballot at all and her last campaign was a disaster. I hardly think that she is going to be the first person that comes to mind at the convention, but again. This has served to give me a really good laugh today. I needed it. Thank you.
keep laughing
would be nice to have an interesting comment - like who they would choose besides her is none of the current ones fail to get delegates needed.
 






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keep laughing
would be nice to have an interesting comment - like who they would choose besides her is none of the current ones fail to get delegates needed.
Yes, I could be much more useful if I were to sit around and entertain who she would pick as her VP.

 






ohhi9876

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Yes, I could be much more useful if I were to sit around and entertain who she would pick as her VP.

very mature
thanks - and i think today is the first time you have commented on a 24 page thread
maybe start your own about biden or something...
 






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No, but seriously, if you want to believe Hillary still has a chance and entertain who she would pick as her vp, don't let me stop you, man. Have at it.
 






rainerann

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very mature
thanks - and i think today is the first time you have commented on a 24 page thread
maybe start your own about biden or something...
I've actually seriously commented several times in this thread, but it is okay if they weren't the most memorable posts for you. I don't remember a lot of what other people write either. It's a forum.

And you're going low too suggesting that I start a thread about Biden. Biden makes me want to puke. Anyways, no hard feelings I hope. Have a nice day.
 






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I'm surprised no one has made a meme out of this Judyism, "don't try to teach a pig to sing. It doesn't work and it annoys the pig." That was my favorite one.

On a serious note, if people are really taking political direction from Judge Judy in this country, it would seem they have really learned nothing from her. If I had time, I would make a meme with a picture of Judge Judy and a caption that says, "think for yourself." I don't have time, so you will all have to just use your imagination.
I would think that if Bloomberg didn’t think she had some influence in his campaign...he wouldn’t have her doing commercials for him...he obviously thinks she can help him a great deal.
 






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I would think that if Bloomberg didn’t think she had some influence in his campaign...he wouldn’t have her doing commercials for him...he obviously thinks she can help him a great deal.
or she is the only celebrity figure he could find to show support for him. Even considering his success, he doesn't really have a lot of charisma or appeal. He kind of seems like a boring old guy that is going to struggle with the social side of his campaign and getting Judge Judy's endorsement proves this. She might still be a somewhat popular figure, but it is going to be with older people who might also find someone old and boring like Bloomberg to be an appealing candidate.

I personally haven't had cable in years. I didn't know Judge Judy was still on the air and even when I did know about it, she was never popular with my generation. So she doesn't have as much influence as you are suggesting. There are at least two generations of voters now who either don't know or don't care about Judge Judy's opinion in regard to politics. It is nothing personal towards judge Judy if she is still on the air. Clearly she has a stable gig and I would want to keep it going too, but her endorsement is rather meaningless. Most endorsements are unless they are able to pull some strings behind the scenes to get you the nomination like they did with Hillary.
 






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