Trump: 2020.

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Bolton is out.




My local TV news station had the story on their Facebook feed.


I've noticed almost no pro trump comments....and I am in heavy Trump territory.
You're worse than Haggis.
You're worse than me which makes you even worse worse than Haggis.

How you like them apples?
 

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It is a real bright line on just how amazingly stupid and two-faced the American electorate is.

That nickname will "destroy" her, but apparently nothing Trump does will cost him a single vote.

And the Pocahontas thing is based on absolute bullshit. Most lily white people have some family lore about there being a little bit of colour in there somewhere, and that's all that Warren ever claimed.

:hat
Nah, she openly applied as Native American to benefit from affirmative action protocols.
 

tommygun711

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Social media bubble.
You're using corporate media logic. Even people that like Biden, didn't want Biden to even run FFS. Obama wont even endorse his VP at the moment.
Pretty much that's what I think.

Warren is absolutely unelectable because Pocahontas, Gabbard meeting Assad and being part of a pray the gay away society is nothing.

:hat
Again, corporate media logic. Meeting with Assad is a good thing, not a bad thing. Syria regime change would be another disaster and we all know it. Also, she has been bashed for the Assad thing endlessly, to the extent that it was trending on twitter, to the extent that she gets smeared as a Russian agent :lol:

Tulsi is clearly the stand out democrat candidate. Her conversation with Dave Rubin only reinforces what I already believed. The fact that fake progressive Warren gets more support than Gabbard says all i need to know about the Democrat electorate. Reasonable candidates such as Yang and Gabbard do not get the support they deserve, and shit candidates like Warren and Biden get support.

To be honest if Trump wasn't such an unpopular buffoon I would be confident in him defeating whichever Dem candidate the DNC comes up with. As it stands, I'm not sure Biden can get the job done with his gaffes and Warren has plenty of weaknesses.

It's a sad state of affairs when Trump could potentially get reelected. I will probably vote third party at this rate!
 
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You're using corporate media logic. Even people that like Biden, didn't want Biden to even run FFS. Obama wont even endorse his VP at the moment.

Again, corporate media logic. Meeting with Assad is a good thing, not a bad thing. Syria regime change would be another disaster and we all know it. Also, she has been bashed for the Assad thing endlessly, to the extent that it was trending on twitter, to the extent that she gets smeared as a Russian agent :lol:

Tulsi is clearly the stand out democrat candidate. Her conversation with Dave Rubin only reinforces what I already believed. The fact that fake progressive Warren gets more support than Gabbard says all i need to know about the Democrat electorate. Reasonable candidates such as Yang and Gabbard do not get the support they deserve, and shit candidates like Warren and Biden get support.

To be honest if Trump wasn't such an unpopular buffoon I would be confident in him defeating whichever Dem candidate the DNC comes up with. As it stands, I'm not sure Biden can get the job done with his gaffes and Warren has plenty of weaknesses.

It's a sad state of affairs when Trump could potentially get reelected. I will probably vote third party at this rate!
Obama won't endorse his VP because it's a close race and he can't risk burning bridges with the eventual nominee. He's also got a massive ego and is deeply protective of his legacy, supporting someone that can potentially lose, especially one as closely associated with him as Biden, does that.

Do you know the refrain I hear in states like Montana and through the midwest amongst people that are a bit older than us and actively vote/follow politics? It's "I just wish Bernie would go away."
 

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Obama won't endorse his VP because it's a close race and he can't risk burning bridges with the eventual nominee. He's also got a massive ego and is deeply protective of his legacy, supporting someone that can potentially lose, especially one as closely associated with him as Biden, does that.

Do you know the refrain I hear in states like Montana and through the midwest amongst people that are a bit older than us and actively vote/follow politics? It's "I just wish Bernie would go away."
Obama told Sleepy Joe Biden "not to run"... I wonder why. Because the man is old and has shown a huge mental decline. Gaffe after gaffe, and people just keep ignoring it. I'm not sure why. He is a mess.

They are idiots. Plain and simple. They would rather a moderate neo liberal status quo candidate that would be Obama 2.0 in Biden. Out of the current top 3, Bernie is the best candidate to beat Trump and he has hands down the best policies of the major front runners.

I am so tired of corporate democrats trying to run the show.. Biden is a shit show and would be no different than any of the neoliberals of the past.
 
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Obama told Sleepy Joe Biden "not to run"... I wonder why. Because the man is old and has shown a huge mental decline. Gaffe after gaffe, and people just keep ignoring it. I'm not sure why. He is a mess.

They are idiots. Plain and simple. They would rather a moderate neo liberal status quo candidate that would be Obama 2.0 in Biden. Out of the current top 3, Bernie is the best candidate to beat Trump and he has hands down the best policies of the major front runners.

I am so tired of corporate democrats trying to run the show.. Biden is a shit show and would be no different than any of the neoliberals of the past.
Personally, I would relish a Sanders run.
 

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Personally, I would relish a Sanders run.
I think you would be getting more than you bargain for. Sanders would not only defeat trump but he would look good doing it. Particularly if it was a Sanders-Gabbard ticket.
 
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Obama told Sleepy Joe Biden "not to run"... I wonder why. Because the man is old and has shown a huge mental decline. Gaffe after gaffe, and people just keep ignoring it. I'm not sure why. He is a mess.

They are idiots. Plain and simple. They would rather a moderate neo liberal status quo candidate that would be Obama 2.0 in Biden. Out of the current top 3, Bernie is the best candidate to beat Trump and he has hands down the best policies of the major front runners.

I am so tired of corporate democrats trying to run the show.. Biden is a shit show and would be no different than any of the neoliberals of the past.
He actually has always had unusual gaffs.

I say unusual because 98% of the time he sounds pretty smart and the other 2% he sounds handicapped.
 

Joe E

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I think you would be getting more than you bargain for. Sanders would not only defeat trump but he would look good doing it. Particularly if it was a Sanders-Gabbard ticket.
No. I could possibly get exactly what I expect. All that would happen with a Sanders administration is that any pretense that the Democrats haven't completely embraced the idea of the centralization of political power, and everything that goes with that, would vanish. The idea of a "Federalized State" is still unwelcome to most Americans. Americans still cling to the idea of personal sovereignty and self government outside of any Federal reach. That's almost been wrecked as it is. With a Sanders administration, that process would suffer even more. Checks and Balances which is the bedrock of U.S. law, as well as any states sovereignty, could very well vanish.
 
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Thought I read something the other day where Sanders said he would fund abortions and contraceptives in Africa to help reduce climate change. Surely he can't be serious.
 
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Thought I read something the other day where Sanders said he would fund abortions and contraceptives in Africa to help reduce climate change. Surely he can't be serious.
I would have assumed less black people would be right up your alley. Is this a Catholic objection?
 
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