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Susan Sarandon: “I don’t vote with my vagina”

Actress Susan Sarandon took to her Twitter account on Wednesday to reiterate her support for Vermont

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)


’ presidential campaign, saying it is “insulting” that women would be asked to vote for a female president based on gender alone.

“I don’t vote with my vagina,” the 69-year-old Thelma and Louise star tweeted. “It’s so insulting to women to think that you would follow a candidate JUST because she’s a woman.”

You know I am glad to hear that

But I am still bringing handy wipes

To the voting booth

Trump gave at least $100K to Clinton Foundation

“New York real estate mogul Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka have donated a combined total of at least $105,000 to the Clinton Foundation, records show.

“Donald J. Trump” is listed on the foundation’s website as giving between $100,000 and $250,000 to the charitable organization.

“Ivanka Trump,” meanwhile, is listed as a donor who gifted between $5,001 and $10,000 to the nonprofit.

“This list is comprised of those who made contributions or grants to advance the work of any part of the Clinton Foundation, including the Clinton Global Initiative, and indicates cumulative lifetime giving through 2014,” the website said.

The website does not specify when the Trumps donated, nor the exact amount of their contributions.”


“At this point, what difference does it make?”

Still plan on voting your way out of this?


Vote for revoluton!

For those of us who refuse to vote for the lesser of two evils; Do not stay home and be ignored. I understand that not voting is a valid form of protest as it shows that you are not validating the system, but your non-vote will not be counted. Stand up and be counted; let them know what you think of them and their system of corruption.

Go to the poll and take the ballot into the booth then write across it in large letters REVOLUTION

Forget writing in Mickey Mouse vote for revolution.

If you like this idea, please pass it on. By 2016 we may have enough people to show them what we really think.