06.07.2016 04:23 PM

#Daisy10 at @DaisyGrp is about to begin for #SuperTuesday! Go @HillaryClinton!

That’s a lot of hashtags. Wow.

Anyway. Here’s our boardroom, set up to celebrate our tenth anniversary – and Super Tuesday! Hacks and flacks will be in abundance. So too beer, pizza and political gossip!



  1. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Clinton got an A+ tonight. Trump just isn’t in the same league.

    Turnout wins it. Republicans are like Conservatives. They are wheeled out of hospitals to vote. Count on it. But Democrats can do even better. It’s their call.

  2. Francis says:

    You’re forgetting a hashtag; #ImWithHer.

    Time for Sanders and his supporters to either get on board or get out of the way because at this point they’re working for Donald Trump.

  3. Luke says:


    Out of curiosity, why do you think Bernie Sanders is not now conceding? I understood before yesterday’s primaries. There was the possibility of making the case to superdelegates on the strength of his potential advantage against Trump and putative wins in California and elsewhere, but the latter never materialized. Do you think he’s holding out in case of something very damning from the FBI or the Department of Justice? He certainly has not drawn any attention to that set of issues during the campaign.

    I would be utterly shocked if any significant number of superdelegates changed their allegiance from Clinton to Sanders after yesterday’s results. Actually, I would be surprised if a single one did.

    • Warren says:

      I think he’s true to his roots: he really is “independent.” He doesn’t give a shit about the Democratic Party, because he’s not now – nor has ever been – a Democrat.

      • Luke says:

        I can understand that. And in that way, I guess as long as there is a technical chance, why not go all the way? It isn’t over until all the delegates vote at the convention, because Hillary doesn’t have a majority of delegates from pledged delegates alone. When he loses, he will have lost at the real end of the contest and not given up when winning was still technically possible.

        I wonder if he would go to the convention if Hillary had the majority of delegates from pledged delegates alone, in which case Bernie would not even have a slim technical chance.

  4. lance mclean says:

    Could Sanders pull out of the Democratic race now and run as an independent?

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