Originally Posted By: Greger
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I think the party is beyond reforming myself. Sanders doesn’t think so apparently.


The party is beyond reforming but it isn't beyond destroying and rebuilding.

There are no laws or even any moral obligation for The Party to play fair. Either Party.

The goals of The Party are not the goals of the people.

Voters have input but they do not have control.

When you started this thread I wouldn't have given Bernie a Popsicle's chance in Muspelheim of getting a single delegate.

Now it looks like he might very well be our next president.

I'm pretty excited about this and, win or lose, this is going to be an election for the history books.


I find it infinitely wiser to torch the Democratic Party WHILE Democrats hold majorities and the White House.
It doesn't seem to do much good when they're out of power across the board. Once they are IN power, their tenure can be threatened and since they don't want to lose again, they tend to respond.

It's similar to a pissed off mom saying,
"I brought your dumb ass into this world and I can take you back out!"

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