Diehard Hillary Clinton supporters who still refuse to accept that the nomination race is over have given themselves a name, Pumas, and a logo that the in-house lawyers at the Puma sportswear brand might like to take a look at. In the network of blogs where the name originated, it stood for "Party Unity, My Ass! Now that the Pumas have formed their own fundraising committee, however, they seem to have had a change of heart. According to their site, Pumapac. True, last night he was planning a relaxing date with his wife and that secret service guy who's always hanging around in the background followed by a bike ride today with his family and that secret service guy who's always hanging around in the background. But tonight the Obamas will play host to eight seven-year-olds, arriving for a sleepover to celebrate their daughter Sasha's birthday.
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View the discussion thread. Skip to main content. It is hilarious, most especially since Jesse Jackson that would be the reverend, not his son makes an appearance at the end. Moving on, you may have read that Team Hillary has assembled a "whip" team to blanket the convention floor, preventing any mischief from the overzealous Hillary supporters. They plan to hold up Obama signs if any kazoo-playing or hollering goes on that might embarrass the party's nominee. No word yet on whether the whip team will be assigned to Bill; after all, the former president is speaking, and Team Hillary has proven incapable of containing him in the past. Whether she runs in or not, this is partly Hillary's convention.
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Recently, Susan Sarandon sparked controversy by openly equivocating on whether or not she would be willing to support Hillary Clinton should she win the nomination over her preferred candidate Bernie Sanders, suggesting that she might even prefer a Trump presidency, hoping that it would galvanize the country into a revolution akin to how the travesty of George W. This interview has shined new and dangerously stupid light on a supposed phenomenon among Sanders supporters that fits conveniently well within an even stupider narrative that the media and the Hillary camp has been trying to force upon them for quite some time, that there is at least a segment of Bernie supporters, and perhaps a sizable segment, who are so flighty, ego-driven, and enraptured by a cult of personality, that they would stay home or even vote for Trump rather than vote for anyone but Trump. At the end of the day, it comes down to two basic competing assumptions about voting, specifically whether votes are to be earned, or whether or not they are an entitlement sworn by circumstance.