“First fallacy: we were not outvoted.”

I’d like to see some evidence for that. My evidence is that Ms. Clinton got 16,914,722 votes and Mr. Sanders got 13,206,428 votes. What’s your evidence?

“Second fallacy: the delusion you have that the Democratic party represents anyone but itself. It certainly does not represent the people.”

That’s an idle opinion. The party held its primaries and it awarded the nomination to the person who got the most votes. Would you prefer that the nomination NOT be awarded to the person who got the most votes?

“Third and worst fallacy: you are very much a centrist ideologue. Stop misrepresenting yourself!”

Did you have anything of substance to say? Me, I go for logic and evidence. All you’ve got is mudslinging.

Master of Science, Physics, 1975. Computer Game Designer. Interactive Storytelling. www.erasmatazz.com

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