The American people are tired of hearing about your damn emails!

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)

In some ways, it was the highlight of the Democratic debate last night.

For eight months Hillary has been answering questions about the private email server she used when she was Secretary of State. It was not illegal, but she has admitted it was a mistake. Still she found herself answering again last night for the umpteen billionth time, and complaining that it was time to go on to something more substantive.

Bernie Sanders, standing next to her, turned her way. “I think the Secretary is right,” he said, “The American people are tired of hearing about your damn emails!”

I agree.

I want to hear how the candidates plan to make America great again. I want to know how they are going to create — or promote the creation of — millions of good, high-paying, secure jobs. How they are going to save and expand Social Security and Medicare and provide universal access to healthcare and education. I want to know what they plan to do to keep America and the world safe.

I’m tired of hearing about the damn emails.

2 thoughts on “The American people are tired of hearing about your damn emails!

  1. Maybe, but I don’t see it. Bernie is coming from behind, so he may very well lose this contest; but I hope not. Regardless, I thought this particular unexpected tactic removed the spotlight from Hillary and put it directly on Bernie, giving him more opportunity to expound his views. The more he does so, the more people have an opportunity to become acquainted with them and to learn that a “democratic socialist” is not a Communist. Bernie’s brand of democratic socialism is exactly what the USA needs to rebuild our economy, create good jobs for people, keep us out of unnecessary wars, and make our country strong again.

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