or more disinformation from you?
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 8 February 2016 at 04:16
It's a valid point.
I like to keep the conversation going but I do reject many comments.
I have waffled though with some negative references that don't provide a source.
From now on they will be rejected and I will remove those published already.
The blog is committed one hundred per cent to Hillary Clinton.
Nobody has an obligation to be a candidate for public office.
Nobody has a right to be chosen.
Like Charlie Rose and Sean Penn's viewers,I may be one in 20 million,but on some days I have more American readers than Canadian.
I feel better putting my heart and soul behind Hillary.
Something weird is happening to my television. As the New Hampshire Primary vote approaches and excitement reaches a crescendo, the T.V. picture gets higher and wider and no longer fits within the screen. It almost seems symbolic.
It's a good thing my attention is more listening than watching.
I understand about caucus voting. I understand voters can chose between Democratic and Republican in the New Hampshire Primary. I do not understand is the relevance of polls between Republicans and Democrats and candidates of both parties.
Does a Primary vote mean New Hampshire voters are choosing their candidate for President.