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    smart money thinks that if biden can somehow win iowa, he has a very good chance of running the table in the early states....and essentially locking up the nomination by super tuesday.

    this would be bad news for

    a. the progressive wing of the party
    b. trump

    getting ahead of myself here, but if the above comes to pass, the pressure on bernie to bow out gracefully and fully commit to supporting biden will be immense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    getting ahead of myself
    So will I.
    Sally Yates for his VP.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    i'd put my money on kamala harris, amy klobuchar or stacey abrams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    So will I.
    Sally Yates for his VP.

    Tulsi Gabbard to stop her creaming off Dem votes for Vlad?


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    Bloomberg is going to run and take votes away from Biden,

    Trump is going to be re-elected, thanks to the Democrats and the new pending war with Iran

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    Gonna be piss funny seeing the Donald tearing the silly old coont a new one.

    Burnie will stroke out at the first hurdle when The Donald puts the slightest bit of pressure on him

    You really, really don't know Bernie Sanders. He will run circles around Trumptard in a debate, if he gets the chance.

    Also, what's your beef with "socialism", aren't you living off a pension now?
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    It is a loss to me why you wouldn't want to vote for this guy..


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    Meanwhile Harris, Castro and that weird bird with the crystals all dropped out while no-one was watching.

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    Cory Booker has pulled out.

    Trumpanzees will be partying.

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    Trump 2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Cory Booker has pulled out.
    Probably a good thing, contender numbers need to shrink

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    Watched the Dem debate in Iowa. Was not impressed by any of the candidtes.
    The DNC and remaing candidates better up there game or we will have to suffer 4 more years of the fuckwit currently occupying the White House.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Watched the Dem debate in Iowa. Was not impressed by any of the candidtes.
    The DNC and remaing candidates better up there game or we will have to suffer 4 more years of the fuckwit currently occupying the White House.


    Can't blame the Americans for voting Donald.
    They are truly a disaster!!!!!

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    [QUOTE=HermantheGerman;4046322]

    Can't blame the Americans for voting Donald.
    They are truly a disaster!!!!!
    The only JackAss that is missing is......Hillary.

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    The only JackAss that is missing is......Hillary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Watched the Dem debate in Iowa. Was not impressed by any of the candidtes.
    The DNC and remaing candidates better up there game or we will have to suffer 4 more years of the fuckwit currently occupying the White House.
    Bloomberg wasn't there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Bloomberg wasn't there.
    Nope. Probably a good choice on his part.

    "Bloomberg, who jumped into the crowded presidential field in November, is not participating in the debates because he's self-funding his campaign thus does not meet the donor thresholds the Democratic National Committee has set for the debates, though he has polled near the middle of the field of candidates.


    Still, his campaign sought to draw attention to his White House run during the Tuesday night debate by publishing a string of tweets, sometimes unusual, explaining why Bloomberg was not on the stage."

    Bloomberg dismisses Democratic debate as 'good theater' | TheHill
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    bloomberg is not a serious candidate in the traditional sense. of course he wants to be president and has what amounts to unlimited funds, but he knows he has no chance of winning the nomination or the GE. he's already committed to keeping his entire staff on his payroll through the general election working for super PACs to oust trump....which is really what his entire campaign is all about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    The DNC and remaing candidates better up there game or we will have to suffer 4 more years of the fuckwit currently occupying the White House
    As in 2016, it will be their election to lose. Majority of voters dislike Trump, he's a national embarrassment at best and an incompetent criminal at worst.

    Once the nominee is chosen then messaging and strategy will be forefront to determine if the Dems can get enough of the independents and casual voters out in mass on Nov 3.

    One thing going for this bunch that Hillary didn't have is general likability. That could play an important role this year, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    bloomberg is not a serious candidate in the traditional sense. of course he wants to be president and has what amounts to unlimited funds, but he knows he has no chance of winning the nomination or the GE. he's already committed to keeping his entire staff on his payroll through the general election working for super PACs to oust trump....which is really what his entire campaign is all about.
    Bloomberg has already spent more in States advertising than Obama did in his whole 2012 campaign.

    Oh he's serious alright. And the Dems should be seriously courting him, because TV money wins elections.

    Plus he's smart enough to chew baldy up and spit him out in debates. None of that "they go low, we go high" bullshit.

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    he won't win the general election for almost as many reasons that he won't win the dem nomination...and they're not the same reasons.

    bloomberg is smart enough to know that he can't win...which is why he didn't run in 2016. i don't doubt he'd love to be president if the stars were to align, but they're not going to and he knows it.

    he is running for one reason only....to help defeat trump.

    that's it.

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    he is not going to defeat Trump, that strategy is not going to work, he tried already in 2016 and was proved wrong

    he is going to accelerate the defeat of the Dems and my prediction is that Trump is going to win with a bigger landslide, which is going to put again all the political pundits expertise upside down

    the world has changed, and Trump is the perfect reflection of that

    Dems are still the old same, can't change and won't change, they are doomed

    Reps are the same, but they have the 'joker' card with Trump so they will play it to the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey
    he is running for one reason only....to help defeat trump.
    Isn't he risking splitting the vote though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Isn't he risking splitting the vote though?
    Not if he doesn't run when the DemMachine has picked the candidate

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Isn't he risking splitting the vote though?
    of course it will, but somehow the Dems believe in miracles or maybe Jesus

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