Bernie to 270. Election math

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I've read in places that I cant seem to find anymore (annoyed I didnt save) that Bernie gets to 270 the easiest. That in fact he could lose states like NH FL and VA because he'd easily get to 270 elsewhere. What states would come into or go out of play with Bernie in the general? how ez is 270 for him compared to someone like warren? Any info is appreciated. Thanks

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As a gunowning lefty Bernie voter, I’m confused why there’s always so much talk in the left about “universal background checks” every election. From my experience, that’s already a thing

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I’m not here to say anybodies wrong. I’m just curious why this seems to be such a reoccurring stance politicians talk about.

Maybe it’s just in my state, but anytime I’ve gone to purchase a gun it’s a 20-30 minute process while I’m filling out paperwork and they are running my processing through government criminal background checks.

This is at big box stores. Local gun shops. And gun shows. Same deal every time.

So I’m just here to ask and learn, is it different in other states? I assumed it was a federal law and enforced country wide.

It’s really confusing to hear calls for back ground checks when I see that happen constantly here.

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Bernie Sanders odds of victory: the misunderstood current state of the election

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Yes. Bernie is in second place. In fact, the trends of the data show warren close to overtaking him. The media is touting the fall of sanders and the success of Joe Biden. The sanders base (some) seems to be taken back. Some are even losing hope.

Here’s what you are not considering: other candidates WILL be dropping out. That’s not even a question. After Super Tuesday, it’s likely that the field will narrow to three, MAYBE five candidates.

Those voters will go to support other candidates. The current field will DRAMATICALLY shift.

Look I’m not telling you sanders is currently leading. He’s not.

But the media wants you to ignore what’s going to happen as candidates begin dropping out. DONT LOSE HOPE.

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This sub is losing the appeal. It feels like it Bernie’s turn, just like last election felt like her turn. It doesn’t feel whimsical like a pie in the sky idea anymore.

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Maybe I'm feeling something different. But last election felt special. I felt like a part of something, going against the system, fighting for what I believed. I felt like Bernie was everything I stand for, and I still do, except that it doesn't feel whimsical anymore.

It feels like every post is underlined with anger. But not anger with the system, it feels like the anger is directed at Hillary. Just like how the Hillary camp was directing anger at Obama. It feels like it's finally our turn, we lost the last election, but now it's our turn.

I'm excited vote for Bernie, but I'm feeling like it's difficult to be a part of the group that wants Bernie. Everyday it's another post saying that Bernie has the best chance to beat Trump. Last election, it felt like every post was one about how we're going to change the world. It was whimsical, it felt like we were doing something. Now I feel like we're telling everyone to get in line, vote with the popular one, and move on. This election cycle there are tons of good candidates, I still think I'll vote Bernie in the primaries (assuming my vote is disenfranchised for the third time), but there are a bunch of candidates that I would vote for, if they got the Democratic nomination. I'm worried that we're being too vengeful, to how we were treated, and as a whole this sub feels to be campaigning on "my turn" and "we're better than Trump," as opposed to "let the people choose" and "we're the best for everyone." It's turning me off. And I'm sure that it'll turn others off too, it just feels like this whole mentality is going to make it hard to win, if we piss everyone off because we believe it's our turn. We need to prove it again. And we need to prove it harder than we did last time.

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