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2016 Postmortem

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Armstead

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11. No. The resignation was enough. That's not the issue I am referring to
Mon Jul 25, 2016, 12:38 PM
Jul 2016

Appointing her to a high position in the Clinton campaign immediately during the convention that is attempting to "heal" the party is just....well, er you know....

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I'm amazed at how many people care so deeply about the DNC over the actual candidates.... CrowCityDem Jul 2016 #1
They run the party support system Armstead Jul 2016 #5
I mean, why would the DNC effect if you support Hillary? She's more important than they are. CrowCityDem Jul 2016 #20
I'm amazed at how many people care so deeply about the DNC ... 1StrongBlackMan Jul 2016 #14
they control a lot of money and in past elections have stiffed candidates out of the running. hollysmom Jul 2016 #26
I may have missed this, but were either of the two targeted emails written by DWS? nt eastwestdem Jul 2016 #2
You may have missed this. She took responsibility and resigned. Armstead Jul 2016 #8
Asshole much? My question is, who wrote the two emails in question. I know that someone else eastwestdem Jul 2016 #37
...says the person with the "Unnamed Democrat" ballot vote gif. pkdu Jul 2016 #3
Would you prefer DWS wear a scarlet letter? hrmjustin Jul 2016 #4
If she wants to just kacekwl Jul 2016 #10
No. The resignation was enough. That's not the issue I am referring to Armstead Jul 2016 #11
Get over it. hrmjustin Jul 2016 #16
An "Honorary" position is a high (level) position? In what world? 1StrongBlackMan Jul 2016 #18
Amstead, you know better than that. kstewart33 Jul 2016 #44
'Krikes' on a Cracker. You know "Honorary Title" = "Meaningless Title" emulatorloo Jul 2016 #58
The entire story right now is DWS and the emails piechartking Jul 2016 #12
Or a hair shirt... DemocratSinceBirth Jul 2016 #13
No, just get the head out of sight and not try to reattach it to the Clinton campaign in such a... Armstead Jul 2016 #17
Time for a deal. kstewart33 Jul 2016 #46
Bernie (nor I) are not in a position to send the demonstrators packing Armstead Jul 2016 #54
Armstead, of course I know that. kstewart33 Jul 2016 #61
I think some want more than that DemonGoddess Jul 2016 #23
Post removed Post removed Jul 2016 #29
Too late. merrily Jul 2016 #53
Too late to put on a scarlet letter? hrmjustin Jul 2016 #55
IMO, DWS got hers when she supported Republican candidates because they were her friends. merrily Jul 2016 #57
I get your grievances but she is going now and it is time to focus on the election. hrmjustin Jul 2016 #63
You were the one who asked about a scarlet letter. I only replied. merrily Jul 2016 #64
Krikes on a cracker is right. kacekwl Jul 2016 #6
I've asked in other threads and got no answer, but what exactly did DWS do by playing favorites Arkansas Granny Jul 2016 #7
Got an hour or two? Armstead Jul 2016 #15
barring DNC data from Bernie, a week from the primary vote? ChairmanAgnostic Jul 2016 #25
You mean after they admitted to violating the rules and stealing data? Try again. CrowCityDem Jul 2016 #31
Amazing how that side of the story grows and grows. ChairmanAgnostic Jul 2016 #35
Even what you said is an admission it happened. Was a violation supposed to have no consequences? CrowCityDem Jul 2016 #41
Bernie apologized, Weaver falsely blamed DNC for what the hackers did. emulatorloo Jul 2016 #62
When it was suspected that Bernie's people had gained unauthorized access to Clinton Arkansas Granny Jul 2016 #36
Now, now... R. Daneel Olivaw Jul 2016 #9
Rewarding with a honorary position that is really nothing? hrmjustin Jul 2016 #19
"Yeah Trump's bad. But...." That's where you lost me. Paladin Jul 2016 #21
loyalty to a candidate is earned. ChairmanAgnostic Jul 2016 #32
It's spelled "Democratic" with a large-case "D." Paladin Jul 2016 #38
since my power failure, my caps don't work. ChairmanAgnostic Jul 2016 #42
Understood. Apologies for any disrespect. (nt) Paladin Jul 2016 #43
DWS should have been marched through sufrommich Jul 2016 #22
walk of shame like Cersei on GoT maybe? n/t DemonGoddess Jul 2016 #24
It's smells of lynch mob at this point. sufrommich Jul 2016 #30
it really is DemonGoddess Jul 2016 #39
They are literally calling for her to be locked up. NCTraveler Jul 2016 #28
Yep. They're a mob. sufrommich Jul 2016 #33
I'm not sure how she doesn't make people enthusiastic. NCTraveler Jul 2016 #27
I think this brings that all into question. hollysmom Jul 2016 #34
How many days after the emails were released do we see DWS stepping aside? NCTraveler Jul 2016 #40
Bernie said she should resign and/be fired...He didn't say Armstead Jul 2016 #51
Glad I don't feel the need to excercise restraint. NCTraveler Jul 2016 #56
Oh brother! Nothing is ever enough, is it? You guys just need to get over it. NurseJackie Jul 2016 #45
If you are truly a nurse you should be familiar with the phrase.... Armstead Jul 2016 #47
Why reward bad behavior? Why let obsessives disrupt the process? NurseJackie Jul 2016 #52
Revenge fantasies aren't helpful right now. Orsino Jul 2016 #48
Your narrative is full of holes. annavictorious Jul 2016 #49
It's just a matter of days before HRC drop-kicks DWS completely brentspeak Jul 2016 #50
I think it was a way to get her out without causing much fuss Chathamization Jul 2016 #59
Well after your first sentence falsehood MyNameGoesHere Jul 2016 #60
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