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  1. señor pedro

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    President Bernie Sanders



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    They’ve Nailed Every Presidential Election Since 1975. They Say Our Next President Will Be…(VIDEO)
    Last Updated on December 6, 2015

    Western Illinois University has successfully predicted every single presidential election with 100 percent accuracy since 1975. They’ve completed their mock election for the 2016 presidential field and according to their calculations, the 45th President of The United States will be…

    President Bernie Sanders


    Here is the electoral vote chart followed by a detailed explanation.

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    The latest Quinnipiac polling data indicates although Sen. Sanders is behind Sen. Clinton in the Democratic primaries by more than 30 points. He polls considerably better than any of the GOP presidential candidates, including current GOP front-runner Donald Trump.



    According to Quinnipiac:


    “Sanders does just as well, or even better [than Clinton], against top Republicans.”


    Sen. Sanders beats Trump by eight points, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) by one point, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) by five points, and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson by 10 points, according to Quinnipiac.


    Something to keep in mind: WIU’s system predicted Barrack Obama’s victory in 2007 and 2011. And then Sen. Obama (D-IL) was pretty much in the same boat as Sanders around this time in 2007. Obama was behind Clinton by 18 percentage points on December 14th through to December 16th in 2017.


    The Vice Presidential Blemish

    The WIU wrongly predicted that Pres. Obama would pick the Sen. John Edwards (D-SC) and not current Vice President Joe Biden. The calculations could have been made before the Edwards scandal, as many saw Edwards as the favorite to become either Obama or Clinton’s running mate.


    That being said, there is some strong hope for Sanders supporters out there. Most Republican candidates have already dismissed Sanders and started campaigning against Clinton. A Sanders upset could throw the Republicans off balance.


    And with the phrase “democratic socialist” becoming more and more popular, the Republicans could be left without a simple and effective attack to use against a genuine heavyweight policy wonk like Sanders.


    A Sanders presidency could also see a huge shift in how people perceive the role of government. People recognize and resonate with the opportunity for real change in Washington. The WIU’s system hasn’t been wrong since 1975, and they predict the election of a self-described “Democratic Socialist.”
     
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    Who can forget the historic election of 1975?
     
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    Trumpito esta llorando!

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    Nailed every intern since 1975


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    I'm registered as an Independent, and I'm leaning toward voting for Bernie in the NH primary.

    I like Trump's big talk, but he needs to start detailing how he's going to put his ideas into action. You can't say you're going to build a wall to keep illegals out without having a detailed plan on how it's going to be done.
     
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    There's never been a better time for someone like sanders to get the spot.
     
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    Sanders would win Utah, Oklahoma, Kansas, Georgia, Mississippi and Florida but lose Illinois, Hawaii and Maryland and maybe Pennsylvania to Jeb? o_O
     
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    Unfortunately I don't buy into what his conviction is, but realistically speaking, Bernie is probably the only legitimate candidate on either side who is driven by a sincere conviction to do what he thinks is right.
     
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    Are they saying Bernie will get the nom over Clinton?

    That would be incredible, because that vile gorgon has had it clinched for years.
     
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    Jut like in 2008?
     
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    But it would be the funniest thing EVER!
     
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    When Nate Silver starts saying it, I will believe it.
     
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    But, it's soooooo wrong.
     
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    I guess there's always this year.

    Not getting elected. No way, no how.
     
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    When she was up against a young, likable black man instead of an old cranky Jewish man?

    Yeah, jut like that.
     
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    This would have the affect on the Democratic Party machine that Trump is having on the Republucan party.

    Bernie has a good shot at winning the whole thing.

    However - is someone eventually tell the southern Democrats that Bernie Sanders is not related to "The Colonel" ?
     
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    This guy gets it
     
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