|Yet Another Installment of Primary Phenomena (Tom Tomorrow/This Modern World)|
Sanders and Clinton battle for soul of Democratic Party
André Coleman, Kevin Uhrich (edited by Wisdom Quarterly)
|"Bernie's Plan B: Follow me to Hillary?|
|"Candidates we can get behind" (Sorensen/JenSorensen.com)|
“I’m voting for Bernie Sanders because he represents what the Democrats used to be -- progressive,” said Pasadena resident Allison Schermerhorn, a young television producer.
But “I think [Clinton] has the most experience,” said local African American politician, a member of the Hillary Clinton campaign’s National Finance Committee, Pasadena City Council member J. Kennedy.
He didn’t dispute Schermerhorn's contention: [Allison] may be correct, at least inasmuch as Bernie Sanders being the better progressive. But Clinton possesses other important qualities, he said.
Like what? Well, Republicans like her.
What more could you ask for in a Democratic candidate? “She is known for being an advocate for bipartisanship [compromise with Republicans],” Kennedy said.
“Although of late you could not tell because of the national dialogue, but many of the same Republicans attacking her now were her greatest supporters at one point.” More