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Tell Hillary Clinton to Stop Lying About Single Payer - Petition

Health & Wellness  (tags: Single Payer, health insurance, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, hypocrite, Presidential election )

- 1006 days ago -
Watch the video the same complaint that Hillary Clinton made when she ran in 2008 is what she is doing to Bernie Sanders. Talk about being a hypocrite.


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Animae C (507)
Friday January 15, 2016, 1:31 pm
Thanks for asking Hillary Clinton to stop lying about single-payer

Thanx Dande

Darren Woolsey (218)
Friday January 15, 2016, 2:36 pm
Signed and shared petition on social media.
Thanks Dandelion.

Pat B (356)
Friday January 15, 2016, 2:43 pm
Thanks for asking Hillary Clinton to stop lying about single-payer

Thank you, Dandelion.

Walter F (129)
Friday January 15, 2016, 7:22 pm
I told her .Aapparently Bill isn.t .t the only liar in the family

Shirley S (187)
Friday January 15, 2016, 8:20 pm
N&S in support

Past Member (0)
Friday January 15, 2016, 9:15 pm
Noted, signed--ty Dandelion.

M B (62)
Friday January 15, 2016, 9:21 pm
thx Dandelion

Rose Becke (141)
Friday January 15, 2016, 10:03 pm
So signed

Darren Woolsey (218)
Friday January 15, 2016, 11:03 pm
Reshared on social media

Past Member (0)
Friday January 15, 2016, 11:13 pm
Signed-thx Dandelion

Barb SiteIssues V (202)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 1:17 am
Signed & Noted, Thank you

Peter Blattner (86)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 2:23 am
Before approximately 10 to 15 years ago, I thought time that the dear and oh so cute Hillary, was a Power Woman with Civil Courage - In between I had to thoroughly revise my opinion - Today, it is rather, a very power-hungry person and to high ministerial posts (or even more) to achieve, it is partly a very dirty compromise! Hillary: My thumb is clearly downwards for you!!!

Ben O (140)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 2:43 am
Stop lying Hillary, and tell us how rich you are!

Giana Peranio-paz (398)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 6:03 am
Noted and signed, thanks Dandelion.

Janis K (126)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 6:04 am
Thanks for sharing

Birgit W (160)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 6:48 am

Liv B (0)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 6:55 am
Thanks for asking Hillary Clinton to stop lying about single-payer.
Thanks Dandelion.

Ed Site Issues V (198)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 7:00 am
S&N, Thanks

Ben O (140)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 8:47 am
OK, here it is; -Hillary Clinton net worth is currently estimated at $22 million. (Bill Clinton $80 million) I say no more... : ~ (

Darren Woolsey (218)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 9:00 am
Self worth = 0

JL A (281)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 9:41 am
signed via email, noted; thanks for posting Dandelion

Angelika Kempter (96)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 11:27 am
Signed-Thank you Dandelion

Lynn Squance (235)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 1:21 pm

Mandi T (367)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 1:44 pm
hanks for asking Hillary Clinton to stop lying about single-payer

Lois Jordan (63)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 2:57 pm
Signed & noted. Many thanks, Dandelion.

Christeen A (342)
Saturday January 16, 2016, 7:43 pm

Arild Gone for now (174)
Sunday January 17, 2016, 1:46 am
Thanks for asking Hillary Clinton to stop lying about single-payer

Inge B (199)
Sunday January 17, 2016, 1:58 am


Mike M (40)
Sunday January 17, 2016, 5:12 am

Sherri OConnor (55)
Sunday January 17, 2016, 7:32 am
One of the most repulsive, arrogant women on the planet. God help America if this witch wins.

Evelyn B (61)
Sunday January 17, 2016, 2:53 pm
What worries me are the "feminist voters" who want to see a woman in the White House .... so support Hilary.

I want to see a woman as Potus - but it must be a trustworthy, competent woman.
Because woman have to perform at 150% to be viewed as equal - and I don't see Hilary performing at 75% ... I don't trust her .. Sherri ... I do so agree

And the result if she performs badly (as I fear she will) will be an even greater barrier against electing another woman for a long time, maybe decades .....

How much did her venture into designing a health care system under Bill's reign cost the tax payers? 3 years work by her commission & paid experts ... giving an end product that was no use, & not used ... Is this the basis equipping her to criticise Sanders' ideas????

Beryl Ludwig (80)
Sunday January 17, 2016, 4:46 pm
Thank you Dandelion

Darren Woolsey (218)
Monday January 18, 2016, 1:16 am

When I was an active member of shallow, narrow, right wing Political Derby and Former Silent Majority, I mentioned the exact same thing about a female President, and the response from the females was largely, they were happy with a male Republican President. So, I reckon a lot of female Republican followers have actually been conditioned to ACCEPT a male leader.

Evelyn B (61)
Monday January 18, 2016, 1:27 am
Good point, Darren ...
Mind you, they haven't exactly got a great choice, for the feminists among them to choose from, either - which helps the "conditioning" effect!!

BackSoon Fowler (33)
Monday January 18, 2016, 3:07 am
Signed and noted.

Sheryl G (360)
Monday January 18, 2016, 12:08 pm
The Republican women would be less likely to support a woman President as they are conditioned to be the secondary within the situation. Lip service tends to be what is given to them.

When House Republicans finally appointed one female in a Committee Chair position.....guess what it was for? Congressional Housekeeping Committee; yup that's correct housekeeping.

Democrats have long been ready to accept that women can be at all levels of political office, so they are more ready for a woman President. However, in their haste to have a woman, I'm afraid many of them do look at only that, she is a woman.

Many of the women who are fully behind her, are themselves in higher positions, well paid jobs, so they do see her as more of a peer. But is Hillary in this to help all women or only the women whose Corporate life is more apt to provide quality Day Care already as a perk or at least pay them a salary so that at least they can afford to pay for quality Child Care. Besides a multitude of reasons that I would not vote for her, I also do not see her really understanding the plight of the average working woman, the lowly paid woman, the poor woman.

She might be a feather to the Political and Corporate woman, and that is okay, IF Hillary was also one to be there for ALL women, and didn't have such a dicey legacy behind her. Bernie Sanders, although not a female, has more of an understanding of what it is to be overall on the bottom, be it financial, minority, or oppressed in general.

We need Bernie at this time......Hillary isn't Elizabeth Warren......not that woman "gets it".

Darren Woolsey (218)
Monday January 18, 2016, 12:14 pm
All brilliant points. . .

A woman in the position of power must really, by definition, be a beacon for all those mothers, nurses, schoolteachers, cleaning ladies, counselors, etc.etc. to achieve their full potential.

Evelyn B (61)
Monday January 18, 2016, 12:23 pm
And why that set of careers, Darren???

Dandelion - I totally agree: Elizabeth Warren may well be a strong hopeful for the future, but I respect her decision NOT to run yet. She'll build experience (especially if/when Bernie gets in) and be all the more well balanced next time or the time after. And I think that she has more integrity in her little finger than Madam HC can muster from all of herself

Jae A (316)
Monday January 18, 2016, 2:36 pm
As has been with the case all too often,with Obama, unfortunately, HC would be the best thing that Republicans can hope for to take care of their Corporate interest above that of the people.

Personally I don't want another 'tough talking war hawk' for votes or to keep people in fear, in the White House... Defense spending is out of control..sure big profits for those who have millions/billions invested in the military industral complex arms business but for all others, not even a tiny bit. We can not police the world with our tax dollars alone. Enough is enough when it comes to outragious so called 'defense' .. and I don't think HC is on that 'enough is enough' page at all.

I have actually come to think of her just as I do about all Republican political with corporate control of our nation.... just corporate whore$. The big exception that is running for President is Bernie Sanders. He is real...he is a champion for people above all else and for me, that's Patriotism. She doesn't sound as 'insane' as anyone of the Republicans running but her insider deals with some of the most evil corporations that Wall Street has to offer is only second to those of the GOP candidates. She would not sound like them, and it'd take more effort than she could muster to sound that insane. HC does support many progressive issues but for me.... she's in bed with way too many evil corporations and a war hawk for dollars, i.m.o. I 'might' however vote for Matin O'Malley if he got the nomination. Next choice if not Bernie, I feel he'd do a better job than not only any GOPer but HC also. Of course O'Malley will not get the nomination so for's Bernie.

Should HC get the nomination, will I support her...I doubt it as I am tired of voting for the lessor of two evils. I will instead do the unpatriotic thing and just not vote.
I personally will only accept Bernie as our next President. For me there are no other serious options...period.

Evelyn B (61)
Monday January 18, 2016, 11:24 pm
************************** Jae - That's how HC looks from here, too.

But opting not to vote is effectively passive voting anyway. The likely beneficiary of the non-vote would be Trump/ the Republican candidate.

Darren Woolsey (218)
Monday January 18, 2016, 11:29 pm
All those roles have traditionally and historically been filled by women. That's why I mentioned a female President being a beacon for them. . .

Sheryl G (360)
Tuesday January 19, 2016, 10:10 am
I hear you Jae on O'Malley, he seems to be sincere and the next one I'd even consider beyond Bernie, but he is not getting the traction so for me, it's Bernie and has always been Bernie, even before Bernie ran for President I've admired Bernie. On C2 I've got stories going way back on him, or on threads pulling out information that was something he was talking about.

Now, I'm not sure how I'd feel on this, but Bernie could ask Elizabeth Warren to be his VP. I think that would bring in the disenchanted women that wanted Hillary, and would a Progressive ticket that would be having Elizabeth on the ticket. She is also a great speaker.....she articulates well which is why so many know of her she is an intelligent woman, that has a heart and can convey the message.

But the VP role tends to be the end of the road for many people and she is such a dynamo in the Senate. I do not know if she'd be able to be as effective as a VP, but I certainly think she'd assure that the Democrats would win the Presidential ticket. Bernie will do good, he is the cake, she'd be the icing on that cake.

Elizabeth Warren has been writing books for years now, long before she ran for political office she was on the pulse of what was going on. Is why she does know what is going on, she has been trying to teach those who would listen or read what she knew to be true. Her being in office, was a nature step, I've been talking and writing about this, now I need to do something about it. Elizabeth had made her name before she had entered the political arena and is why she got in. I was calling every contact I had back in Massachusetts, from the time I lived there, to not let her get away and to vote for her.

Now, if Bernie wins, will he do two terms or one, he is after all 74, so he'd start in 2017 Jan. that makes him 75, with 4 year terms, he'll be 79. If his message is picking up steam, but he doesn't feel he wants to go do a second term, we'd need another Progressive to follow his steps, and that might be where Elizabeth could step in.

Is she is VP she could run for President, if she is still in the Senate she can still run. But remember, Elizabeth isn't a spring chicken either, she is now 66, so in 5 years, if Bernie was to not run a second term, she'd be 71 however, Bernie is now 74, so if she felt well, she could. But if Bernie runs two terms, I don't see where she'd run for President, as that would add 9 years to her 66 years, thereby she'd be 75.

I know it's only one year older than Bernie right now, but frankly I just don't see where she'd go there. Just a gut feeling I have. And truly, she just may have absolutely no aspirations to run for President and is happy in the capacity she is. She lives in Massachusetts, she is working for the most part there except when she is required to go to DC. So....she may just want to stay put. I wouldn't blame her, she is doing a fantastic job in the Senate, but I'd be okay if she was in the White House too......rather she her face as the first woman as President than Hillary.


Evelyn B (61)
Tuesday January 19, 2016, 1:36 pm
I've read a number of interviews in which Elizabeth Warren has made it very clear that at this point in time she believes she is in the right place for her to have a maximum impact, and right now she doesn't see herself as being as effective in the Presidential position. I really respect her for her position, although I'd far prefer to see her up there than HC.

I can't help wondering - what would Bernie do should the Democrats officially choose HC even if Bernie has more voices behind him? I understand that this is possible .... Would he go independent? And would enough of his supporters follow him in such a case?

You are right that the clock is ticking for her, though. I hadn't realised that she is already 66.

Maryann S (112)
Tuesday January 19, 2016, 4:17 pm
Noted and signed, thanks Dandelion.

Judy C (91)
Tuesday January 19, 2016, 5:26 pm
Signed. Thanks Dandelion.

Cheryl Aaron (18)
Tuesday January 19, 2016, 8:31 pm
Noted and signed. Thanks Dandelion...peace.

Sheryl G (360)
Wednesday January 20, 2016, 5:03 am
Is too late for Bernie to go Independent one has to have the paperwork in by a certain time as to what Party a Candidate is running under. As far as I know, this time frame has gone past for all Candidates because Iowa and New Hampshire Primaries are right around the corner.

Many Independents that crossed over to vote for Bernie will not vote for Hillary nor go to the Republicans. As many of them will do again is vote in the 3rd Parties, which is something I'd most likely do myself and vote for Jill Stein of the Green Party. She is a terrific woman, the Party has always stood more Progressive but in the USA, the 3rd Parties get no traction as the Republicans and Democrats got in bed together to make sure a 3rd Party can't make why the League of Women Voters got out of the Debates because they said they wouldn't be party to the election fraud they could see that would go along with the "new rules" that the two Parties drummed up.

This is why so many Progressives are saying, if the Democrats want the Party to win, Bernie is their best of choices, because those who vote for Hillary would most likely cross over to vote for Bernie if he won in the Primaries......but that isn't going to happen the other way around. Hillary is exactly why many Democrats have left the Democratic Party and gone to an Independent ticket, many just won't vote for her no matter what, and I'm not the only one saying this as other C2 members have said the same and this is what I"m reading on other articles off of C2.

Even disillusioned Republicans are crossing over to Bernie Sanders but no way in hell would they vote for Hillary. Democrats win when people come out to vote, and many are excited for Bernie, but not so for the Corporate Hawk Hillary.

As to Elizabeth Warren's age, she does look younger than her age. She acts young as well. Very youthful in appearance and manner.

Evelyn B (61)
Wednesday January 20, 2016, 5:45 am
Thanks for this information, Dandelion

I admit that I have been very impressed by what I have seen of Jill Stein -

I do wonder if these elections aren't going to be part of a major crack in the rigidity of the two party set up. Perhaps not in time for the coming elections, but opening a breach for the next time round. If the Democrat Party leadership ignore the realities shown by Bernie's support and refuse to accept him when it comes to the crunch, the crack could be considerable. (And their official site comes across to the outsider as suspiciously biased .......)

Jae A (316)
Friday January 22, 2016, 11:59 am
I'd like to see Jill Stein run as BP with Bernie once he has the nomination. Elizabeth Warren is another but currently I think she is needed where she is...but hopefully she will one day be on the short list for President or VP . For now, just feel the burn....and be confident that he will be our candidate and the next President of the United States of America.

Sheryl G (360)
Friday January 22, 2016, 12:09 pm
I don't think Jill Stein can be nominated for VP, she is running in the same election for President of the Green Party.

Darren Woolsey (218)
Friday January 22, 2016, 3:35 pm
Reshared on social media

Mary T (356)
Saturday January 23, 2016, 1:15 am
thank you Dandelion - signed, noted and shared

Evelyn B (61)
Saturday January 23, 2016, 2:37 am
more same, more same: Hillary Blames Bernie for An Old Clintonite Hustle and That IS a Rotten Shame

Nita L (125)
Saturday January 23, 2016, 7:19 am
N, S&S. Thank you Dandelion.

Terrie Williams (798)
Saturday January 23, 2016, 7:43 am
Thanks for asking Hillary Clinton to stop lying about single-payer SSN

Darren Woolsey (218)
Sunday January 24, 2016, 1:17 am
Reshared on social media

Darlene W (303)
Sunday January 24, 2016, 1:35 pm
N, S, and S--thank you Dandelion.

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Tuesday February 9, 2016, 1:20 am
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