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2020 US Democratic Party primaries discussion

Who would you vote for?

  • Joe Biden

    Votes: 4 12.9%
  • Elizabeth Warren

    Votes: 4 12.9%
  • Bernie Sanders

    Votes: 14 45.2%
  • Pete Buttigieg

    Votes: 1 3.2%
  • Kamala Harris

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Andrew Yang

    Votes: 3 9.7%
  • Amy Klobuchar

    Votes: 1 3.2%
  • Michael Bloomberg

    Votes: 3 9.7%
  • Other

    Votes: 1 3.2%

  • Total voters
    31
  • Poll closed .
I'm stunned Warren is still in and hasn't endorsed Sanders.

It's been noted on Twitter, but Warren's reason for getting into politics was to fight the corrupt credit card industry that Biden propped up for decades.
 
I'm stunned Warren is still in and hasn't endorsed Sanders.

It's been noted on Twitter, but Warren's reason for getting into politics was to fight the corrupt credit card industry that Biden propped up for decades.

What's she waiting for? She has no path to victory whatsoever. Bloomberg didn't waste any time abandoning his losing campaign. Maybe she's just hesitating over who to endorse. If she has any integrity, she'll throw her support to Sanders.
 
You think they would have leaned after the hanging chad incident.

That being said if Canada and most of Europe can produce results almost instantly the US should be able to as well.

There's some possible explanations I've heard floating around

1.) Flaw perpetuated by policy (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/22/us/politics/nevada-results-delay.html)
2.) Flaw perpetuated by cronyism- I.e. with the Iowa caucus, contracts go to favorites over the most qualified personnel, producing sub-par results (same thing with a lot of the US's problems).
3.) (Un)intentional built-in feature- the slow reporting allows the DNC party apparatus to evaluate the situation on the fly, and like wobbling a pinball table, nudge the numbers towards a preferred candidate.

I'm stunned Warren is still in and hasn't endorsed Sanders.

It's been noted on Twitter, but Warren's reason for getting into politics was to fight the corrupt credit card industry that Biden propped up for decades.

Warren was a Republican though at the start of her political career though.

I think she's still in as she's negotiating with the DNC for a position in the Biden presidency. Probably not as VP, but in the cabinet. That her presence splits Bernie votes is an added bonus.
 
A person getting older and making more mistakes is not alt right

Acting as if someones' established penchant for verbal gaffs is a medical issue that would make you un-electable, is.
The only people pushing the narrative of Biden losing his mind are right wing sources. Nearly everyone else has discredited it.
 
Acting as if someones' established penchant for verbal gaffs is a medical issue that would make you un-electable, is.
The only people pushing the narrative of Biden losing his mind are right wing sources. Nearly everyone else has discredited it.

Well yes having a 78-year-old man who is senile and a pervert and likely can't relate to anyone under 65 and pretty much has done nothing of personal note apart from being a VP under the Obama days is a pretty pathetic choice for the Democratic nominee

But the orange demon must come down and it seems this man will be our 'champion' for that fight.


sigh...
 
Well yes having a 78-year-old man who is senile and a pervert and likely can't relate to anyone under 65 and pretty much has done nothing of personal note apart from being a VP under the Obama days is a pretty pathetic choice for the Democratic nominee

But the orange demon must come down and it seems this man will be our 'champion' for that fight.


sigh...

:rolleyes: The fox news talking points keep coming.
 
:rolleyes: The fox news talking points keep coming.

Well I dont even have access to Fox news, maybe unlike you I watch something more than MSNBC XD

You are really telling Me Joe Biden is the best the Democrats have to offer for President or frankly is more a compromise about what is assumed to be the best chance to beat Trump and not wanting the party to go full left?

He is a deeply flawed candidate and the only reason he is any way relevant is that he was Obama's VP.

And that is because Obama is miles ahead of anyone who ran for office since.


Like if Obama ran again, I think we can both agree that he would have no issues beating Trump and that speaks to the quality of a candidate he was.

Like where is the next Obama?

I find it funny you try to paint me as an alt-right person even though I like Obama and Bernie, I just feel that the United States has much more to offer then Joe Biden as the great hope to beat Trump.
 
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Gabbard is doing it to get a name of herself and her own power base.

instead of being random congresswoman from a small state she has a bit of celebrity now.
 
I find it funny you try to paint me as an alt-right person even though I like Obama and Bernie, I just feel that the United States has much more to offer then Joe Biden as the great hope to beat Trump.

I found it unconvincing for someone who kept on using the phrases "far left", "socialist" casually, inaccurately and with derision to profess a sudden admiration for Obama, much less Bernie Sanders.

AoD
 

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