Sanders Urges Party to Go Beyond

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He asked the popular senator if he would end the U.S. drone program if elected president, and Sanders said that he would scale back the drones but would not end the program.

"Something compelled you to find the space and time to be here and I want you to ask yourself what that reason is", she asked a crowd in Portland Monday night. And I think everybody in that room that we were in tonight in Miami and yesterday and the day before and tomorrow and through the weekend understands that.

"If Democrats think the path forward following the 2016 election is to support candidates who substitute their own judgment and ideology for that of their female constituents, they have learned all the wrong lessons and are bound to lose", she continued.

"Omaha-are you ready for a political revolution?" That was on February 25 in Atlanta.

Bernie Sanders will return Thursday to Grand Prairie's Verizon Theatre, where the former Democratic presidential candidate will rally supporters and talk progressive politics in Trump's America. Bernie didn't sign the letter. That's not to say their needs aren't important or that the Democratic Party can't address them better. My question to Perez is what track are you getting the DNC on?

Sanders raised eyebrows earlier this week when he told The Wall Street Journal he isn't sure how progressive Ossoff is. If that's the case, there's little need for Democrats to move toward adopting a much more sweeping class-based attack on the rich.

He was pretty strong about that in an interview after the DNC election when it was reported, "Sanders also implied in response to Tapper's questioning that he would not give the DNC his presidential campaign's massive email list, which shattered previous records by raising $218 million online from 2.8 million donors". It's got to open its doors to working people and to young people, create a grassroots party.

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"Maybe, just maybe it's time to change one-party rule in Nebraska", Sanders told an audience of more than 3,000 at University of Nebraska-Omaha Thursday, headlining a Democratic Party rally in the GOP-heavy state.

Bernie Sanders are not interested in supporting corporate Democrats. Sanders doesn't need Perez or the Democratic Party.

I recently had a conversation with one of the candidates who lost her bid to be a vice chair of the DNC. "I call it a s-ty budget".

"They were writing the obituary for the Affordable Care Act, and now they're writing the obituary for Jason Chaffetz", he said as the crowd cheered. College tuition? Make it free. Well, Bernie has every right to do that but what does that have to do with the DNC?

Republicans have painted him as a creation of House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, an attack that Ossoff has criticized as a a exhausted smear from a predictable Republican playbook.

Others reflect Sanders' challenge to the party establishment, such as Tom Pierrello of Virginia. Northam already had the endorsement of almost every Democratic state official and the governor. "We believe that as Democrats".

Sanders didn't draw almost as big an audience as President Donald Trump did when he came to town for a rally last month, but his message of unity was well-received Tuesday at the Louisville Palace.