This is a major breakthrough, folks!
The complete video of Bernie's meeting with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board 34 minutes long, this shows to all of the Bernie Supporters what this editorial page battle strategy of mine is all about., and how we HAVE to win lots of these Battles of the Editorial Pages.
I know at least 20 people in Wisconsin just in the last week at my request asked the Journal Sentinel editors and publisher to endorse him; we will see who they endorse Sunday or Monday, if anyone; I am sure that not only did these letters helped to get the interview but also the fact that it is visible to all in a video, instead by complete transcript like the LA Times reported their interview!
At this time, it looks good for a Wisconsin win for Bernie, I am calculating by 5.5%. The people on his campaign have been doing a superb job; the former Lt. Governor Barbara Latham's endorsement helped a lot, and Wisconsin's own long history in Progressivism going back to Robert La Follette is maybe reasserting himself. Yesterday's article in the Washington Post giving 10 reasons why he might win Wisconsin is something everyone should read and even study and try to apply in the remaining primary states. I posted that Post article here on opednews.com.
If, like the Chicago Tribune, the Journal Sentinel endorses no one, that is acceptable also, because Milwaukee generally is affected by "Chicago Machine" Politics, which gave Illinois to Hillary by a hair. Keep your fingers crossed and even pray a bit that these Milwaukee editors will make, not break, Bernie in Wisconsin, because make no mistake; they can make or break him, the folks you see in this video. Sooner or later the Bernie supporters on Facebook will quit clicking Like and making phone bank calls for just an hour or two and write letters to the editors in the remaining primary states to ask them to endorse him. Bernie's victory depends on all of us doing exactly that!
After you watch the video, please take the time to comment here with your take on it: does it look good for Bernie? Did you like the Boards questions? Did they seem fair? equitable? open to his candidacy?
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