- Mar 21, 2019
Didn’t brainchild get called a paid Bernie shill for posting information and news the other day?
Including busing feels like it might be in there to bring up to contrast with Biden because that is really not a topic that you're generally looking to deliberately bring up in 2019. (The numbers are unlikely to have gotten substantially better since the '70s and generally everyone's looking to funding solutions instead nowadays https://twitter.com/ForecasterEnten/status/1106293438914486274 )
I predict it goes nowhere but still.People convicted of murdering a police officer in Massachusetts could face the death penalty under a new bill filed by state lawmakers, the Boston Herald reported.
Rep. Shaunna O’Connell and Rep. David DeCoste filed the bill that would give judges the option to sentence people over the age of 18 to death for killing a police officer.
The pair filed the bill in response to the deaths of Weymouth police Sgt. Michael Chesna, Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon and Auburn police Officer Ronald Tarentino, the Herald reported.
Actually, if he keeps Florida it makes things very tight for the Dems.
I’m interested in his debate performance but there’s going to be so many people he won’t have much time.
Considering the meltdown of NCGOP, the WIGOP following the NCGOP playbook, and the almost assured flip of Arizona, I don't think its all that tight for any specific side so much as it is a toss up but the more that Trump's trade war romps the rustbelt and the sort, the more likely it becomes for key states that flipped in 2018 to remain flipped in 2020.
God, he's awful.
I love this.
Ehhh, it’s not an overwhelming electoral victory but it’s pretty solid. PA+MI+WI and they don’t need Iowa. They could even lose New Hampshire *or* Nevada, and don’t have to pick up the NE and ME split votes.
And they should also know that Northam was talking about palliative care, not about healthy children being aborted.The Reproductive Health Act, sponsored by Democratic state Sen. Liz Krueger, says that a health care practitioner "may perform an abortion when, according to the practitioner’s reasonable and good faith professional judgment based on the facts of the patient’s case: the patient is within twenty-four weeks from the commencement of pregnancy, or there is an absence of fetal viability, or the abortion is necessary to protect the patient’s life or health."
Right, but I guess my thought is those 3 states together is not a given. No other states matter as much as those 3. I guess it’s WI I’m most worried about.Ehhh, it’s not an overwhelming electoral victory but it’s pretty solid. PA+MI+WI and they don’t need Iowa. They could even lose New Hampshire *or* Nevada, and don’t have to pick up the NE and ME split votes.
It’s prettttty much over with the Midwest states back.
Why should Democrats be afraid of truth? I mean, honestly, Democrats need to stop engaging and responding to any outrage from the right after the shit they are currently doing when it comes to women's rights.
It’s why he’s the frontrunner.