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Go Bernie Podcast
5 minutes | Mar 1, 2016
Super Tuesday, Go Bernie!
Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont & Virginia all cast their votes today in the democratic primary. None of these contests are winner-take-all, so every vote really matters, and Senator Sanders is ahead or competitive in a bunch of these races. Bernie has pledged to run a 50-state campaign, and it’s up to us to back him up every step of the way. With that in mind, let’s ask one quick question about Secretary Clinton’s paid speeches to Wall St. and other special interests. Specifically, three speeches to Goldman Sachs, netting her $675k. On January 23rd, Lee Fang of The Intercept published this piece: “Hillary Clinton Laughs When Asked if She Will Release Transcripts of Her Goldman Sachs Speeches.” https://theintercept.com/2016/01/23/clinton-goldman-sachs-laugh/ February 4th in a debate on MSNBC, Chuck Todd asks the question again: https://youtu.be/3d2bZ_fpypY I’m going to spare you this tap dance routine that somehow drags Johnson Controls, a pharmaceutical company called Valiant, and Oil companies into the mix. It’s basically two minutes paraphrasing: f**k off. Now, this evasion, however skillful has been noticed, not just by the Sanders campaign, but by none other than the New York Times editorial board, who refuted Secretary Clinton’s claim of a double standard at play thusly: “The only different standard here is the one Mrs. Clinton set for herself, by personally earning $11 million in 2014 and the first quarter of 2015 for 51 speeches to banks and other groups and industries." Keep in mind, this is the New York Times editorial board, booster of Wall street and endorser of Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nod. http://nyti.ms/1oL8trP And so, here we are. March 1st, Super Tuesday, and somehow, Hillary Clinton has been able to keep these speeches under wraps for almost a month, and crucially, delaying until after Super Tuesday. Follow the obfuscation: http://IWillLookIntoIt.com Let’s zoom out for a second, here. Even if we never see the transcripts, we don’t really need to. One, they’ve already been written about in Politico by Ben White and Maggie Haberman: http://politi.co/1oejykx But two, we are seeing a complete lack of transparency and indeed a deliberate stonewalling of information. We’re not talking about classified emails here, these were speeches given at a lectern to hundreds of people. A privacy claim here is laughable, and one the grand scale, a few paid speeches aren’t the real problem. Here’s the real problem. When you take this set of attitudes and tactics and apply them to a really big deal that shouldn’t be done, or a really big mistake that we as a country should not be making. It is good judgment and consistency that we want from our president, and that is why Bernie Sanders our candidate. So today, Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont & Virginia all take their shot at history. We thank you for listening, we welcome your comments and feedback @GoBerniePod on all social media, and Please! Go vote if you can, and visit http://BernieSanders.com/SuperTuesday for information about polling places, pone banking, and donation. And remember, The Sanders Campaign is re-inventing campaign finance reform, going straight to the people. They’ve garnered over 4 million individual contributions of far. http://BernieSanders.com/Donate For all of us here at the Go Bernie Pod, thanks for listening. And remember, we’re only getting started: Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, Maine, Michigan and Mississippi are just around the corner. Go Bernie! http://twitter.com/goberniepod | http://fb.com/goberniepod | http://goberniepod.org | http://instagram.com/goberniepod Music: Charlie Musselwhite “Cha Cha The Blues” & Dr. Dre “Xxplosive" (instrumental)
2 minutes | Feb 20, 2016
Dear Nevada: How To Caucus For Bernie Sanders #NVforBernie
Dear Nevada, today, February 20th is your big day to caucus! You’re just the third state to have your voice heard, and the very first contest in the West. The reason Nevada was chosen to vote this early is your diversity, with a significant hispanic population. So today is a huge opportunity for us to stand together - for working families, for our future, for a Bernie Sanders presidency. Here’s what Nevada voters need to know about how to caucus for Bernie Sanders today. 1) Nevada is a closed primary, so only registered democrats can caucus, not registered republicans, and not registered independents. But! 2) You do not need to be registered before today! If you live or attend college in Nevada, just arrive at your caucus site between 11 AM and noon, and you’ll be able to register on the spot and caucus for Bernie. 3) To find your polling place and check your eligibility, visit http://BernieSanders.com/Nevada. If you’re 17 and unregistered, you may still be able to join in this historic event. Today, we’re asking Nevadans of all ages and backgrounds to caucus for Bernie Sanders, the candidate who truly speaks for working people and their families. Learn where Bernie stands on the issues and examine his record, at http://BernieSanders.com. Donate if you can, and if you’re not in a position to do that, and you’re not in Nevada, keep spreading the word online. And remember, always do it with respect and civility. Thank you Nevada! South Carolina, you’re up next. Follow http://twitter.com/BernieSanders on twitter, follow us on all the social media platforms at GoBerniePod http://twitter.com/GoBerniePod.
2 minutes | Feb 9, 2016
Let's Win New Hampshire!
Dear New Hampshire, today is your day to show up for Bernie Sanders. We’re here with information to help you block out all the noise and send a clear message in the New Hampshire Primary: Working Families are back on the agenda in presidential politics. New Hampshire votes in the primary election on Tuesday, February 9th. If you live in New Hampshire or you go to college there, you are eligible to vote for Bernie as long as you’re not a registered republican. If you don’t know your polling place, go to http://BernieSanders.com/NH. There, you can easily check your eligibility and find your precinct. The Sanders campaign has a hotline at (844) 502-5948 if New Hampshire voters have questions. New Hampshire is not technically a closed primary, because in addition to registered democrats, independents are also eligible to vote. So if you’re an independent, it’s crucial that you get out a cast a vote for Senator Sanders. A strong showing among independents would send a powerful message to undecided voters about Bernie’s chances in the general election. If you’re a registered Republican, you won’t be able to vote in this primary, but for republicans and undecided voters, we do ask that you keep an open mind about Senator Sanders. Learn his record at http://BernieSanders.com or pull up a speech on YouTube. We are welcoming people from all ideological backgrounds into this campaign, because it’s about much more than politics. It’s about a future where we can be proud of our country, our leaders, and ourselves, for standing together. Thank you New Hampshire, now get out there and do us proud…. Hey Nevada, your chance at history is up next. - Thanks for listening to the Go Bernie Podcast, find us on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher or your podcast app of choice. We’re also on http://twitter.com/goberniepod, http://fb.com/goberniepod, http://instagram.com/goberniepod and http://tumblr.com/goberniepod. Our website is http://goberniepod.org Music by Charlie Musselwhite, signatory to the Artist for Bernie Sanders endorsement http://BernieSanders.com/artists
16 minutes | Feb 4, 2016
"Thank You, Iowa!" Full Speech...Fired Up for New Hampshire!
On February 1st, Iowa cast the first votes of a political revolution. Hear Senator Bernie Sanders address his tremendous supporters in Des Moines, and let that palpable energy propel you into action for New Hampshire. Visit http://BernieSanders.com/NH to learn about voting in the Granite State, sign up to phone bank at http://berniesanders.com/phonebank and if you can, join the 3.5 million of your fellow citizens who have already donated to the campaign http://berniesanders.com/donate. Thanks for listening to the Go Bernie Podcast, find us on Soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/go-bernie iTunes http://apple.co/1PBriHB Stitcher http://stitcher.com/s?fid=82324 or your podcast app of choice. We’re also on social media: http://twitter.com/goberniepod, http://fb.com/goberniepod, http://instagram.com/goberniepod and http://tumblr.com/goberniepod. Our website is http://goberniepod.org
3 minutes | Feb 1, 2016
Iowa: #CaucusForBernie Tonight, Go Make History!
OK Iowa, today is your day to make history. To send the message that honest, hardworking people still have a voice in American politics. Beginning at 7 PM, your state goes to caucus in the first real political contest of 2016. If you’re an Iowa resident who is 17 or older, you can represent millions of Bernie Sanders supporters by going to caucus tonight. If you’re undecided, learn more at http://BernieSanders.com, or pull up a speech on YouTube or http://CSPAN.com. If you’re already feeling the Bern and you’re fired up to caucus, Thank you! And if you’ve never done it before, don’t worry. It’s easy, fun, and you get to tell your grandkids you helped get Bernie Sanders get elected. http://BernieSanders.com/Iowa has all the information you need. You tell them your address and they tell you where to go. Just to be safe, give yourself plenty of time, and try to arrive by 6:30. You DO NOT need to be registered before you come, but you DO have to be willing to register as a Democrat to go in. Once inside, Bernie caucus-leaders will show you the way. If you’re not in Iowa, you can help by spreading the word on social media http://twitter.com/berniesanders or donating online. You don’t have to look hard to see Americans from all walks of life supporting this candidate. 3.2 million of your fellow citizens have already donated to Senator Sanders, a new record at this point in the history of American campaigns. Visit http://BernieSanders.com/donate and give…if you can. But the world is watching Iowa tonight, and no matter what happens, we’re very proud of Senator Sanders and the positive campaign he’s leading. On behalf of all those who are inspired to join this movement…we ask the people of Iowa to go out and caucus for Bernie Sanders tonight. It would mean the world to us. Thanks for listening to the Go Bernie Podcast. We’re an unofficial resource, run by volunteers, with information about the Bernie Sanders campaign. Find us on soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/go-bernie, iTunes or your podcast app of choice. We’re also on twitter: http://twitter.com/GoBerniePod, facebook, instagram and tumblr. Our website is goberniepod.org No more talk, it’s time for action. Millions of Sanders supporters are behind you Iowa, do us proud...and New Hampshire...you’re up next. Music by Charlie Musselwhite, http://charliemusselwhite.com signatory to the Artist for Bernie Sanders endorsement http://BernieSanders.com/artists
3 minutes | Jan 31, 2016
Iowa: #CaucusForBernie on Feb 1st
Hi, This is the Go Bernie Podcast. We're here with information to help Senator Bernie Sanders become the next President of the United States. We are unofficial- that means we're independent volunteers, and we'll be coming to you throughout the campaign at pivotal moments like this one... just before the Iowa Caucus. 1) If you're in Iowa, and you're 17 or older, we're asking you to take a stand for working families, and caucus for Bernie Sanders, 7 PM on Monday. If you're undecided, learn about Senator Sanders on the issues and check out his political record on http://BernieSanders.com. We also recommend his inspiring speeches available on http://CSPAN.com or YouTube. If you've already decided to caucus for Bernie on Monday, Thank you! If you've never done it before, don't worry. http://BernieSanders.com/Iowa has all the information you need. It's really simple. Just enter your address and they'll tell you where to go. Make sure you get there before 7 PM and you're golden. You DO NOT need to be registered before you come, but you DO have to be willing to register as a Democrat to go in. Once inside, your fellow Bernie supporters will be happy to show you the way. 2) People outside of Iowa can still pitch in! If you have a phone and an internet connection, you can phone bank for Senator Sanders from anywhere. Visit http://BernieSanders.com/PhoneBank to sign up. You can also help raise awareness online, by following and retweeting http://twitter.com/BernieSanders on twitter, instagram, and facebook. And while you're at it, follow our accounts http://twitter.com/GoBerniePod on all those networks too. We'll be posting all the links we talk about on this podcast. Also, if you have the means, you can join the nearly 3 million people who have donated to the Sanders campaign. http://berniesanders.com/donate. Every last bit helps. BUT even if you can't spare any money... This is really important: 3) The most powerful moment in politics is when your neighbor tells you who they're going to vote for. So for everyone hearing this podcast, whether you're in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, or anywhere else in the world, go into your communities and advocate for Bernie. The better people know the Senator's ideas, the better chance we have to win. And remember: please do it with respect to those who disagree. To recap: The Iowa Caucus is 7 PM on Monday, February 1. If you're a resident, go to http://BernieSanders.com/Iowa to find your caucus location. If you're not in Iowa, it's not too late to help. Phone Bank at http://BernieSanders.com/PhoneBank, donate to the campaign or spread the word online. Remember to have the conversations in your own community and tell your neighbors why Bernie Sanders is the right person for the job in 2016. Thanks for listening to the Go Bernie Podcast, find us on http://soundcloud/go-bernie, iTunes or your podcast app of choice. We're also on http://twitter.com/goberniepod, http://fb.com/goberniepod, http://instagram.com/goberniepod and http://tumblr.com/goberniepod. Our website is http://goberniepod.org Music by Charlie Musselwhite, http://charliemusselwhite.com signatory to the Artist for Bernie Sanders endorsement http://BernieSanders.com/artists
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