Susan Sarandon is worth $50 million

CNN Tries To Convince Susan Sarandon To Change Her Vote

And unlike most of us, can afford the luxury of a Trump presidency:

Bernie Sanders supporter and actress Susan Sarandon appeared on All In with Chris Hayes last night. Sarandon explained why she doesn’t think she can bring herself to vote for Clinton if she is the nominee, even if Sanders himself encourages his supporters to vote for her. Hayes appeared surprised that Sarandon might actually vote for Trump…

5 thoughts on “Susan Sarandon is worth $50 million

  1. It’s far better to stay silent and be thought a fool than speak and remove all doubt.

  2. Eh, so what. Bill and Barry have been slow walking us in the same direction as the republicans, and Hillary will do the same. Did she say she would vote for trump? Or just that she wouldn’t vote for Hillary. Instead of bitching about Susan S, how bout Hillary and company come up with something we can positively vote for. A genaration of voting for the lesser evils has got us to the edge of the abyss, and voting for Hillary might not keep us out of it this time around.
    I’ll vote for Bernie in May and Hillary in November. But I’m not gonna criticize anyone who can’t hold their nose one more time.

  3. What Sarandon knows is that Clinton will tuck up just to the left of Trump’s butt cheeks the instant she senses that the “Professional Left” has been co-opted. Threatening triangulators with the hard numbers of opportunity cost is just sound candidate control. All this squawking is about Hillary’s desire to pivot right in the general. She needs to start vacuuming up that pay day lending larder that Debbie Wasserman Schulz has waiting in the wings.

  4. The part Dems always seem to forget is, you just can’t do anything big unless voters turn out and win twice in a row. The Democrats didn’t turn out in 2010, and that handed control of the House to the Republicans — because they always DO turn out. I don’t know why people are so oblivious to the need to establish a solid majority before we can get to the good stuff.

  5. What a stupid unproductive thing for her to say . . .
    And as to Dems not turning out for non-Presidential elections, I really believe that establishment Dems don’t want power. It would mean they’d actually have to produce something for their constituents and we saw how that turned out between 2008-2010.

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