The LuLac Edition #3245, July 12th, 2016
"I have come here to make it as clear as possible why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton and why she must become our next president," Sanders said at a joint rally in New Hampshire.
Sanders and Clinton weren’t very close in the way they presented themselves. No high five or hugs. But it was way better then Eugene McCarthy waiting a week before the end of the 1968 election to endorse Hubert Humphrey or that famous moment where Ted Kennedy avoided President Jimmy Carter like a PokieMan character trying to not get caught.
Look for the two to make more appearances. The good news for Clinton is that millennial women are coming back to her at a rate of 7 out of 10. They were previously for Sanders.
One of our readers, Kenny from the Blueberry patch sent us this e mail that has been going around. It is a classic:
If Donald Trump wins the US Presidential election, it will mark the first time in history that a billionaire will move into public housing vacated by a black family.