Well isn’t it about time for another conspiracy theory?

Sure it is ………..

Barack Obummer has publicly stated that he would do whatever he could to keep Bernie Sanders from getting the Democraps Presidential nomination.

Killery Clinton has cast disparaging comments about Bernie Sanders and would not even venture a position on whether she would support Bernie Sanders if he did the get the Democraps nomination.

NOW REMEMBER they both are taking this stand in the FACE of a TRUMP WIN!

And if these two sleazeballs would not back Bernie Sanders if he got the nomination then what would that tell us about the Corporate Democraps?

A Tubularsock hint: THEY still make lots and lots of money with a Trump win. It is the regular people that lose!

In the final hours of the Iowa Caucus, Bernie Sanders’ momentum was shaping up FOR A WIN. Or at least that was what was reported.

And what is the best way to slow down an exciting and powerful momentum?

A computer glitch?

Huh. Funny that.

The company that was running the count was a company named

So far so good.

And who is the head of Shadow?

Well, that would be Gerard Niemira who is a veteran of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

And who is on the board of directors of Shadow?

David Plouffe, one of the chief architects of President Barack Obama’s campaigns.

Hmmmm. That Democrap Establishment. Are they at it again?

You remember: Disgraced former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz has admitted that the DNC rigged the primaries against Bernie Sanders in order to allow their favorite candidate to win.



And YOU think Dump’s bad!

Well you know conspiracy ……… maybe yes, maybe no.

Tubularsock goes for YES! Those fuckers are at it again!

  1. sojourner says:

    They aren’t even close to being clever in their fuckery! They evidently don’t give a shit anymore, as long as they and their puppet masters get their way, then the end always justifies the means!

    Disgusting bullshit!

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    • tubularsock says:

      sojourner, they don’t have to give a shit. They’ve got theirs all they keep working on is the gravy for themselves.

      The disappointing part for Tubularsock is that we don’t have the people in the streets!
      But then citizens would have to take responsibility for their lives and hell, lets watch the game!

      The power structure does grudgingly take notice if “shopping” slows down. When money starts to be lost the Capitalists ALWAYS changes just enough to get the money flowing back in their direction.

      Boycotting in mass does get attention. SHUT THE FUCKERS DOWN!

      Tubularsock does appreciates your insights and your poignant observations.

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      • sojourner says:

        “Boycotting in mass does get attention. SHUT THE FUCKERS DOWN!”

        Disengage, stop taking part and playing their games! Exactly, Tube! But will we ever see it happen here? The French have the guts to do it!

        I appreciate your insights, too, Tube, even though I might not always show it!

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      • Sha'Tara says:

        Gandhi called it “Satyagraha” which means in essence, non violent, non cooperation. That is the most powerful way to force change. You don’t throw “sabots dans les engrenages.” What you do is you don’t lubricate the system and let the gears grind themselves into filings in the crankcase. It takes serious sacrifice here also, like growing a garden when possible, walking, buying second hand and fixing up and of course no… “I’m leavin’ on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again…” Got to stay and “fight” that resistance, that rear guard action. A lot of it has to do with being there for the neighbours when they can’t make ends meet on their own. Like the depression farmers used to do when a neighbour’s farm went up for auction. The neighbours all showed up, blocked anyone else from the auction and no one bid or they’d pool their meagre resources, paid the amount owing in taxes and the farm returned to the family. Yeah, so where did that kind of solidarity go? Where are those who fought for unions, decent wages and work conditions? Was it only a half dozen generations ago when people were still people, not Amazon/Google/Wall Street/Walmart twittering brainless idiots? Is Trump the legitimate face of current ‘Marikkka’ Fuckin’ A?

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      • sojourner says:

        Perfect! Spot on! Would not a change a word!

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      • tubularsock says:

        Damn girl! Fucking Yeah!
        Kick some butt! EXCELLENT.

        Sha’Tara you have captured the essence of what needs to be done.

        But that “. . . Amazon/Google/Wall Street/Walmart twittering brainless idiots” syndrome runs deep in today’s market place!

        And Tubularsock agrees with not lubricating the gears of the system but tossing a monkey wrench into the gears occasionally is just too tempting for Tubularsock.

        Thank you for jacking up Tubularsock’s day!

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  2. swo8 says:

    Does that make Bernie an outlier?

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  3. I wouldn’t put anything past them.

    Tell me, Old Sage, why do they hate Bernie so much?

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    • tubularsock says:

      KO, you are a wise person.

      Oh, as for your question. A moment to burn a half ton of sage before Tubularsock begins on his quest for truth across the sands of time and around the corner of the distance universe and under the rock of knowledge. “Are we there yet?”

      Bernie IS Bernie and ALWAYS has been. His beliefs have been extremely consistent his entire life as compared to almost any other political person.

      And he believes what he’s talking about.

      Most of our political candidates attempt to shift with the current winds and haven’t a clue about a REAL commitment to anything.

      Bernie is like a broken record because truth is still truth!

      Yet, Tubularsock is not in favor of a few of his foreign policy position of the past but besides Tubularsock who’s perfect?

      And now look what you have done, KO!

      Tubularsock is now stuck out here under the rock of knowledge around the corner of the distant universe across the sands of time and the last bus has just left leaving Tubularsock to sit in the deserted bus station and ponder his navel until morning.

      And yet by pondering Tubularsock’s navel if will give Tubularsock time to study the universal naval charts just in case Tubularsock may be able to catch a slow boat to China or a worst case scenario going against everything PC by picking up a oar.

      Thanks for the question.

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      • Thank you, Oh Wise One, for guiding me on that trip through the outer limits of Time Will Tell Truth in the Universe, and for bringing me back to the empty bus station of the ever-present Now.

        Now, I know even less than before, which was Nothing. Now it’s less than nothing, sort of like the US dollar, but maybe that will be worth something in The Future.

        Is Bernie so feared then, because he’s consistent?

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      • tubularsock says:

        KO, Tubularsock is happy that you enjoyed your trip and knowing “less than before” is obviously to your advantage because the present moment is all there is and dragging things along just increases the baggage fees at the station.

        As for the “US dollar” ……. illusional from the get-go. Ascribing value to an illusion is just delusion and isn’t worth the “paper/digits” it is “printed/computed” on!

        Bernie, yes, is consistent, but beyond that he actually has a plan for change rather than complacency which both the Democraps and Rupublican’ts are very happy with because they get to hold power and profit from that power.

        THAT is what they are afraid of, from Bernie.

        Will he be able to pull it off if elected? Tubularsock doubts that BUT Bernie is the ONLY candidate running with a future in mind rather than clinging to the past in order to consolidate power.

        Bernie is creating a future FOR THE FUTURE rather than himself! Impressive.


      • tubularsock says:

        And KO, this may help with Bernie being consistent:

        Well at least funny.


  4. A caucus is pretty hard to rig because it’s based on a voice vote and there are too many witnesses. I assume they did their best to screw Bernie, but with 72% of the vote counted it looks like he’s tied for first with Mayor Pete.

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    • tubularsock says:

      Well DrB as “they” say, “If there is a will, there is a way” and what one voice says may be “heard” differently.

      And from the looks of things, some counters heard “wrong” it appears.

      Or in Iowa they may just just have a different counting system.


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