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    • Published on Jul 22, 2017 According to Public Policy Polling, voters would vote overwhelmingly in favor of Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden over Donald Trump. However, Democratic Party donors (many of which backed Clinton)—along with Party consultants—held a silent primary in the Hamptons over the week, and they've decided that Kamala Harris is their presidential choice in 2020. American oligarchs are "abuzz" about Harris, even though she her policy positions are largely unknown. One thing they do know about her: she's willing to sell her soul to them, and that's all they're looking for in a candidate.

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    • 2014- Made the playoffs, lost in the second round. 2015- made the playoffs, lost the Super Bowl. Making chicken soup out of chicken poo. We have salary cap room now. Let's revisit in a year, shall we?
    • Gettleman did more to put this team in a position to win division and conference championships in 4 years than all his predecessors combined accomplished in 18.   Yet somehow the ones with the problem are those pointing this fact out? How about the dolts who think Hurney has miraculously changed by growing a functional brain and a ridged spine within the last four years ? Please recall, after having a decade to figure out how to properly manage an NFL franchise, Marty was fired for running the team into the ground.  We were worse than the Cleveland Browns.   This guy should have never been given another chance to manage a team, especially with the one that fired him in the first place. JR must be going senile.