commented on What Last Night's Primary Election Results Mean for Housing, Transit, and the Futures of a Bunch of Big-Name Pols
Park Advocates: And finally, monsieur, a wafer-thin Viaduct Park.
Park Advocates: Oh sir! It's only a tiny little park.
Voters: No. Fuck off - we have too many parks (burps).
Park Advocates: Oh sir... it's only *wafer* thin.
Voters: Look - I couldn't possibly take on another park. I'm absolutely
over budget as it is. Bugger off.
Park Advocates: Oh sir, just... just *one* more...
Voters: Oh all right. Just one more.
Park Advocates: Just the one, sir... voila... bon appetit...
commented on Should I Vote for Hillary Clinton? A Flow Chart
@10 "But there's a ton of publicly available information that strongly indicates that she is a war hawk, and is owned by the banks."
There isnt a shred of evidence that suggests the money she got in speaking fees resulted in legislation that benefited the banks.
commented on House Dems Boo Sanders
At this point, nobody cares if he endorses Clinton. But after the convention, he needs to end his campaign.
commented on FBI: Clinton "Extremely Careless" With Classified Material, But No Charges
@9 What Colin Power did was worse. He used an AOL account, a private commercial server that he had zero control over to conduct Dept of State business on. With Clinton, theres always someone at home who could have turned off the server at a moments notice. She had full control over that server. His excuse in no way justifies what he did, nor is Clinton's excuse justifying what she did, but these violations are nothing more than dept rules, no actual laws were broken.
commented on Bernie Sanders Joins House Reps at Sit-In for Gun Violence
What 13 said. Sanders showed up, got alot of applause and praise from everyone, then left. He was there for about 5 minutes.
Since the DC primary, Sanders appears to be doing everything he can to ignore the Democrats in both the House and Senate, while at the same time making wild demands of them. Gotta give love to get love Bernie!