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Eiron, the Goddess of Irony, laughed so hard she farted:

Source: Eiron, the Goddess of Irony, laughed so hard she farted:

So after listening to a long, Long, LONG xenophobic discussion of how immigrants are bringing in diseases (including bedbugs! Really, they said that!) and that’s today’s why they should be kept outta here, Dan Stein gets the last word without any irony:

“Take a look at what happened to the Native Americans when they didn’t properly screen for contagious diseases back in 1620.”

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New Hampshire Town Hall – Hillary 2016

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‘Hillary Clinton may lose New Hampshire, but she is the only candidate in either field that looks, sounds, and acts like an experienced president. Republicans should be very nervous about Clinton. She delivered a dose of honesty and was well connected to the audience’.

‘Clinton dropped the hammer on the real progressive argument by pointing out that the litmus test that the Sanders campaign uses would mean that President Obama wouldn’t be a progressive and Vice President Biden wouldn’t be a progressive’.

‘On the topic of young people supporting her, Clinton said, “They don’t have to be for me, but they need to know that I will be for them.”

‘Anderson Cooper asked what was wrong with a political revolution, and she talked about the goal of universal care and said that she doesn’t agree with Sen. Sanders that we need to start all over again. She pointed out that we are at 90% coverage, and it will be easier to get to 100% than it will be to start all over again’.

‘Former Sec. Clinton was asked about appointing Supreme Court justices. She said that she has a litmus test, and that is to appoint justices who know how the real world works’.

‘Clinton was asked about respectfully advancing the conversation on end of life decisions. She said that it was the first time that she had been asked that question. She said honestly that she doesn’t have an easy or glib answer, but she would like to immerse herself in the issue, and said that we all need to do some thinking about this critical question’.

‘The next questioner asked former Sec. Clinton if she could promise not to expand US military involvement abroad. She honestly answered that she couldn’t, but said that she would do everything she possibly could do avoid sending Americans troops abroad and expanding military action’.

‘On a question about every American being required to register for the Selective Service when they turn 18, Clinton suggested that every American be automatically registered to vote at age 18′.

‘She was asked what she learned from her Iraq war vote. Clinton owned her mistake. She said that Bush said that he wanted the vote to use as leverage to prevent war, but instead he used the vote to launch the invasion’.

‘Clinton was asked how she would defend herself from right-wing attacks. She said that she’s had a lot of experience, and she can laugh, but it is not easy. Clinton said that she had had to learn to take criticism seriously but not personally. She said there are lessons to be learned from criticism, but it can’t be taken personally’.

From : http://www.politicususa.com/2016/02/03/republican-fear-grows-hillary-clinton-sounds-president-cnn-nh-town-hall.html

New Hampshire Poll Watch – 2-3-16

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Republicans –

Wednesday, February 3

New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Polling – UMass/7News
Trump 38, Cruz 14, Kasich 7, Rubio 12, Bush 9, Christie 6,

Trump +24

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New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Polling – Harper
Trump 31, Cruz 9, Kasich 12, Rubio 10, Bush 14, Christie 6,

Trump +17

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Tuesday, February 2

New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Polling – UMass/7News
Trump 38, Cruz 14, Kasich 9, Rubio 10, Bush 9, Christie 5,

Trump +24

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New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Polling – ARG
Trump 34, Cruz 10, Kasich 16, Rubio 11, Bush 9, Christie 6,

Trump +18

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Democrats

Wednesday, February 3

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary Polling – ‘UMass/7News
Sanders 61, Clinton 32, O’Malley

Sanders +29
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Tuesday, February 2

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary Polling – UMass/7News
Sanders 63, Clinton 30, O’Malley 1

Sanders +33
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New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary
Polling – ARG
Sanders 49, Clinton 43, O’Malley 3

Sanders +6

Leftovers

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Music – Extreme – More Than Words

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Cats Gone Bad

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Reflection

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The Thought For Today

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The Day in a Picture

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The Day in a Quote

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