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Insurmountable delegate lead is the political phrase of the day.
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The New York Times 22m
From : Bernie Sanders's rise in national polls means he could amass a commanding or even insurmountable delegate lead on Super Tuesday
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The Economist 52m
After 50 hours a week, studies suggest that employee productivity falls sharply
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Jennifer Rubin 56m
LISTEN, Dems -->"the time you spend attacking Bloomberg and not drawing a contrast with Sanders... is essentially an in-kind contribution to Sanders. Sanders could have this nomination essentially locked up before you get to Bloomberg.” via
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Clint Smith 11h
“...in 1789, a dentist in Philadelphia made [George] Washington’s first set of total dentures from teeth that were ‘yanked from the heads of his slaves.’”
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Edward-Isaac Dovere 4h
Replying to @AriRabinHavt
UPDATE: Sanders's now denying Sanders ever talked to Reid or that "crossed his mind to challenge Obama," despite public comments. Reid aide says not commenting on private talks but: “Bottom line: there was never a serious or established primary challenge to Obama"
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Maria Dinzeo 2h
: Federal judge finds treatment of pre-trial detainees by in Tuscon unconstitutional; rules that those held longer than 48 hours be kept in conditions that meet basic human needs- with a bed, blanket, food, and potable water. Story forthcoming
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Avik Roy 2h
House Democrats' Capitulation on Surprise Billing Proves They'll Never Pass 'Medicare for All':
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Nate Silver 2h
Other thing to keep in mind re: Bloomberg is that if he just gets what he's getting in the polls *right now* that's…not actually great for him. It tends to lead either to a Sanders nomination, a contested convention, or leaves room someone else (JB/PB/EW/AK) having a big night.
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Noah Rothman 11h
Hear me out: what if we do McGovern again, but this time we do it exactly the same as last time?
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Charlie Bilello 2h
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How does Sanders at the top of the D ticket impact Susan Collins' chances for reelection?
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Pete Buttigieg 2h
Barack Obama was an excellent president. What's disappointing is that someone in this race would suggest otherwise.
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Daniel W. Drezner 2h
Are you fucking kidding me? This is a joke,bright?!
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Sean T at RCP 10h
"I haven't won a single contest or delegate yet, but you all should drop out."
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Next door in Silicon Valley 8h
Congrats to California for being #1!!!! ... in students to teacher ratio at 22:1 - the nation’s highest!
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Evolve 5h
As the 5th largest economy in the world, it’s shameful that we are facing such devastating budget cuts to our schools. We need to put an end to this.
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The Culinary Union 6h
Pleased to have VP on the picket line today. ✊ workers have organized with Culinary & Bartenders Unions, Teamsters Local 986, & Operating Engineers Local 501 are on the picket line this morning!
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Dave Wasserman 9h
Replying to @Redistrict
The problem w/ Sanders's opposition: no one has any incentive to drop out before Super Tuesday. - Biden: "Think I'm dead? Watch me win SC." - Buttigieg: "Um, delegate leader here..." - Klobuchar/Warren: "Not so fast boys, let MN/MA vote." - Bloomberg: "I AM Super Tuesday."
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