We made our own dodge or dare from the Amazing World of Gumball! We used some of the leftover dinosaurs from the Mabel juice as game pieces, I had to write goober on my forehead! Surprisingly, the game was super fun following Gumballs rules..

Clinton dusts off 2008 dig at Obama to hit Sanders - CNNPolitics.com
When Hillary Clinton faced a surging Barack Obama in 2008, her argument against him was that his speeches were inspiring, but his leadership wouldn't be.
By Dan Merica, CNN

On Friday, Clinton used a similar argument against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has surged in early state polls and is drawing large numbers to his rallies and speeches across the country.

I think you can come with your own ideas and you can wave your arms and give a speech,” Clinton said in response to a question from NBC’s Andrea Mitchell about Sanders and Donald Trump. “But are you connecting with and really hearing what people are either saying to you or wishing that you would say to them?”

Clinton argued that her campaign is listening to the issues that matter to Americans and that she feels “very, very good about where” her campaign is.



“He’s great at innuendos and conspiracy theories and really defaming people. That’s not what I want to do in my campaign. That’s not how I’m going to conduct myself.”

“He is going after so many people, many of them by name, from great basketball players to people who express different opinions from him.” 

“It’s an unfortunate development in politics that his campaign is all about who he is against, whether it’s immigrants or women broadcasters or aides of other candidates.”

“I do know people say I’m careful about what I say. That’s because for more than 20 years I’ve seen the importance of the president of the United States as the leader not only of our nation but also of the world having to send messages that will be received by all kinds of people. 

Loose talk, threats, insults — they have consequences.” –Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Bernie Sanders Claims His Supporters Aren't 'Anti-Clinton' - Many Proceed To Prove Him Wrong
I truly admire Bernie Sanders for trying to keep this campaign from becoming a back and forth mudslinging event with Hillary Clinton, but many of his...

I’ve seen numerous Bernie supporters propelling the fake “outrage” over Hillary’s e-mails and using derogatory language towards Mrs. Clinton.
Sexism runs deep within our culture. 

Well, that was nice . . .

How strange to see Benedict Cumberbatch gracing my tv screen (CNN is one of only two English language channels in Berlin’s analogue cable tv system), instead of my laptop screen !

Loved the interview, and loved this intelligent, eloquent, humble, open-minded, widespread-interested, compassionate, enthusiastic interviewee !


A Flawless Defense of Hillary and her E-Mail:

CHRIS HAYES: The e-mails we got today, as bad as Watergate or worse than Watergate? Your thoughts?

JAMES CARVILLE: My question is, will this rise to the level of scandal as the White House Christmas card list back in the ‘90s that had 140 hours of sworn testimony. This is the great gefilte fish day.

HAYES: I – wait a second, we were doing a series, at some point, of Hillary Clinton for millennials about the sort of various faux Clinton scandals. I had forgotten the Christmas card list. Which one was that?

CARVILLE: I just was reminded, as they came on the air, that there was 140 – the Clintons sent out Christmas cards to supporters and friends, and that Congress spent 140 hours of sworn testimony. I don’t know how much people had to pay in legal fees, and God knows whatnot, but that ranks up there at the top. And the question is, will this e-mail scandal rise to that level? And so far, today, it looks like it probably won’t. It’s kind of petering out every day.

HAYES: Okay, you – the reference to Christmas cards brings up the fact that for several decades in American life, whatever Bill and Hillary Clinton have done has been followed by ceaseless accusations of wrongdoing, malfeasance, corruption, coverup, deception, scandal, illegality et cetera. And the big central question is, is this because of their enemies or is it because of something they do? Is it really your position that it’s 100 percent their enemies that we find ourselves in these situations?

CARVILLE: 100 percent, maybe 97.2 percent. I don’t know. I think that the Clintons basically are better people than their enemies. Look at their number one enemy, Ken Star, who is, you know, now has a hell of a problem with rape down there, Baylor or whoever he is. You know, he used to be a cigarette lawyer. And he was the great icon of the Washington establishment.

Well, we kind of know about that. Bill Clinton is going to be probably one of the most successful post-war presidents, I guess, the third, second most popular human being on the planet now. And we go through these things all of the time. And of course the New York Times and the Washington Post and the cocktail party, the dinner party crowd, they get all out of breath and screaming and yelling at each other and it turns out to be nothing. 

Whatever happened to Benghazi? Which was, you know – I haven’t heard that word in I don’t know how long.

HAYES: Yeah, that was something that got tremendous amounts of congressional investigation, there’s Trey Gowdy’s committee. Ultimately, I think, every iteration of investigation has said that there were genuine security failures and a horrible tragedy and basically that is it.

CARVILLE: And Admiral Mullen and Ambassador Pickering said that right away. We haven’t learned a single new thing. You know, in the entire Bill Clinton administration in eight years, one person was ever convicted of anything, and I think it was a deputy, a chief of staff or secretary of agriculture and it involved Super Bowl tickets. And that’s all that they have at the end of the day.

But it’s not going to stop them from taking. Trey Gowdy, who is a tool of the Koch Brothers, just feeds the New York Times stuff and they put it in the paper, just like the neocons fed the New York Times a bunch of bunk that they put on the front page of the paper basically helped start is a war. 

You would think that at some point people who are supposed to know better would learn their lesson. But they never do, and so therefore, I have to keep coming out of retirement to point this kind of stuff out.

Caption: The Clintons laughing at yet another GOP witch-hunt. 

Does the e-mail scandal compare to the White House Christmas card list in the 1990s that had 140 hours of sworn testimony?