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LIVE REACTIONS: Two Elderly People Attack Each Other (#DemDebate)

LIVE REACTIONS: Two Elderly People Attack Each Other (#DemDebate)

Someone might fall, and not be able to get back up.

Ahead of New York’s April 19th primary, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will spar in a head to head debate. CNN is carrying the debate which begins at 9:00 PM EST.

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I don’t watch live debates. I read about them later because some of the “mis-remembering” has already been examined. Takes a lot less time.

I like the whole “Captain Kangaroo” look that Hellary has going.

So “now”….

Bernie’s answer to the first question on Hillary’s judgement: Iraq War, trade and Superpacs, sounded almost like the same answer Trumo would give.

Two elders debating?

Do there schedule longer bathroom breaks, or just more of them?

Or are they required to depend on Depends?

Here’s how to tune in:

Ahh, thanks, but I’d rather sit here in my comfy chair and inhale a can of RAID.

legacyrepublican | April 14, 2016 at 10:14 pm

Weatherization?! How about starting with sealing off Hillary’s email servers so they don’t leak harmful white house gases!

Lucien Cordier | April 14, 2016 at 11:00 pm

Hillary debating = screaming goat video.

“Wolf Blitzer: If you are both screaming at each other the viewers won’t be able to hear either of you”

They didn’t realize they were screaming… the batteries on both their hearing aids went out.

    legacyrepublican in reply to malclave. | April 14, 2016 at 11:19 pm

    Hillary: “What? What’s that Bernie… what did you say about Santa replacing Blitzen with a Wolf! Look, my plan won’t take people on a Vermont sleigh ride like your does. I plan to balance the budget by making speeches at $695K to corporate America with them giving me check payable to the U.S. of A. foundation until the budget is totally balanced. My plan is based on my proven hard work for the Clinton foundation where I did my fiduciary duty all over the money we took in which is why it don’t stink and I can be called Ms. trusted.”

Lucien Cordier | April 14, 2016 at 11:23 pm

Why does Bernie keep saying he wants to “keep guns away from people who don’t have them”? What the hell does that mean?

    It means he’s not willing to say on the campaign trail that he supports gun grabbing but that he wants to signal to his base that he’s anti-Second Amendment. He’s hoping to mollify gun owners while trying to restrict gun ownership. It means he’s a typical socialist.

      Lucien Cordier in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | April 15, 2016 at 12:06 am

      He didn’t say “people who SHOULDN’T have them”. He said “people who DON’T have them”.

        Right. This is the latest in progressive lunacy: there’s too much push back on gun restrictions, bans, and other tactics designed to grab guns, so let the people who have guns continue to own them (while making it difficult to purchase ammo, etc.), but don’t let any new people get them. They’re hoping to eliminate guns by stopping new owners from obtaining them but allowing current gun owners to be “grandfathered” in. It’s the latest in appeasement and subversion.

      Estragon in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | April 15, 2016 at 3:01 am

      Actually, Sanders has supported gun rights throughout his career, although always for more background check requirements. He’s from Vermont, a rural state where hunting is not only a popular sport but an important industry.

      So it is this he wishes to hide from his socialist supporters without ticking off the voters at home, he may need to keep the seat.

Sorry, but every time I see or hear Bill’s wife, I ask “What was he thinking?”

If the Democrat Party had any self respect, they would take a pass on offering a candidate for POTUS this cycle. Instead, they publically claim that these two are the best they have to offer.

Where are they now?

In the jubilation of the Obama election victories of 2008 and 2012, the Left warned Republicans that the party of McCain and Romney was now “too old, too white, too male — and too few.”

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