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  1. Warren and Buttigieg both have “fellowships” which is unpaid interns without college credit. All three have interns for credits. Warren has the biggest paid staff by design basically her entire budget is on staff looks like Bernie bulked up his paid staff recently and barely behind warren — Sen. Elizabeth Warren has the largest staff in the 2020 Democratic presidential race. Sen. Bernie Sanders is close behind. And others trying to go big are weighing the dangers of the most expensive piece of the “invisible primary”: the people running the campaigns. Warren had 303 people on her campaign payroll during the second quarter of the year, according to a POLITICO analysis of Federal Election Commission records. It’s a reflection of her campaign’s belief in the importance of early organizing, which is shared by Sanders’ campaign and its 282 people on salary and echoes the successful approach of Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign.
  2. Here is what it seems to break out Buttigieg has the best compensation package for field staff and for interns only paid or college credit ones involved. Buttigieg also has the smallest paid staff of the three of them warren has the biggest paid staff and compensation right in line with sanders workers also unionized . But allows for paid interns college credit ones and unpaid fellowships no unpaid fellowships for Bernie. Compensation in line with warren. Was the first to unionize paid staff bigger then Buttigieg smaller then warrens
  3. Bernie’s response was lackluster. Expressing disappointment for those that leaked to the media. I agree the power of honest labor negotiations is needed but you can’t complain when those feel they need to go public. Its another misstep when apparently warren and Buttigieg are compensating just as well or better with salary and health care packages.
  4. I laughed which was an appropriate response. I also have mocked you for your Clinton’s are murders insanity. But hey look at how many people connected to Kevin bacon have died! He is the real killer.
  5. The same Bernie that stated his support for Amazon raising its wage to $15 an hour? Imagine being able to point out bad conditions pressure worker activism and praise a company when it does right and keep pressure on them where they are still wrong. Its much better to just burn your shoes because CK got paid then do real activism.
  6. Pretty sure Paa will vote for one side especially if one of those pesky liberals the young folks like gets the nom...
  7. same side huh. Then I will wait for Trump to respond to internal problems with a comprehensive plan to address the issues and do better. https://berniesanders.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Campaign-Equity-Blueprint.pdf
  8. So the next debate line ups. Will be good to see Sanders and Warren toe to toe and Willamson being there may be able to drive into some racial wealth gap issues in absence of POC the first night. Second night could be(hopefully be) a hammering on Biden as his record on racial issues should be on sharp display. July 30: Steve Bullock, Elizabeth Warren, Tim Ryan, John Hickenlooper, John Delaney, Marianne Williamson, Bernie Sanders, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O'Rourke and Pete Buttigieg. July 31: Bill de Blasio, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Michael Bennet, Tulsi Gabbard, Kirsten Gillibrand, Jay Inslee, Cory Booker, Andrew Yang and Julián Castro.
  9. 57 percent of Republicans said they agreed with Trump’s tweets, while only 7 percent of Democrats agreed. Only 45 percent of Republicans found telling minorities to “go back where they came from” to be a racist statement, which starkly contrasts with the 85 percent of Democrats who think that way. Fifty-two percent of Republicans found those who criticized American to be un-American, while only 17 percent of Democrats agreed. https://www.vox.com/2019/7/17/20697721/trump-racist-tweet-polling
  10. So this is the response of someone who just yesterday disavowed the chant? -- -- Well if a packed arena chanted it....
  11. You mean the same Bernie that is pro union and believes all workers have the right to organize? Imagine that sanders being to the left of the democrats...
  12. Hmmm - so mentioning that this type of union is a feature in sanders campaign at that the pay is good but does not hit the equivalent when asked to work 60 hours a week hence leading to a negotiation is not reading the article that states all those things?
  13. so the campaign workers dont have a union? https://www.npr.org/2019/05/08/721560528/sanders-campaign-workers-ratify-union-contract The agreement has provisions ensuring that the campaign will pay the entire health insurance premiums of any worker paid under $36,000, according to Jonathan Williams, communications director at UFCW Local 400. There's also a pay limit for top campaign officials — no one in campaign management can make more than three times the highest-paid worker in the bargaining unit. -- OMG now they are renegotiation as workers are being pushed for longer hours and feel the pay equivalent is not living up to the original compromise.. The HORRORS and hypocrisy !
  14. The president has taken this type of extremism to an art form. The current enemy which he is using to make him and his supporters feel good is Omar. Having vile hate of others is what drives the Trump campaign.
  15. absolutely he fished around with ICE raids promises and it failed to get the hype he wanted.
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