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Monday, May 30, 2016

More Publications Are Beginning To Understand Why Nominating Hillary Is Asking To Repeat The Debacle Of 1968

I have to give credit where it's due, and that is to Current Affairs Magazine. See, the magazine published an article about how nominating Hillary Clinton, or pretty much anyone other than Bernie Sanders, to be The Democrats' candidate for President is really asking for the repeat of 1968. I've written a few posts about it, with this being one such example. We, as Democrats, have repeated the debacle of 1968 only once, and that was in 2000. Placing aside the fact that the GOP stole the Presidency, via the Supreme Court, that year, you can the repetition of 1968's debacle when the Dems nominated Al Gore (who represented the establishment) over Ralph Nader (who was the progressive outsider) to run against the GOP's standard bearer, George W. Bush. Just like back in 1968 and now in 2016, we had the same dynamic play out in 2000.

If we nominate Hillary, it's basically asking to repeat that same debacle again. Think about what I had stated in an earlier posting, and the aforementioned posting above. Nominating Hillary is basically asking for Donald Trump to be President. As Hillary's numbers begin to drop, just like back in 2008, Trump's will continue to rise. This is why nominating her is a mistake. Other publications that I've seen articles telling the DNC to ditch Hillary have been on SalonAlterNet, even Raw Story. Think about how Trump could potentially flip all 50 states red if Hillary is nominated to run against him. I think that given the dynamic that Bernie polls much stronger against Trump, it would make a hell of a lot more sense to nominate him instead. This is something that many publications are beginning to pick up on.  

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