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Democratic nominee?  

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  1. 1. Who will be the Democratic nominee? I'm interested in seeing who is seen as the strongest candidate. I am putting the names in alphabetical order to keep it fair.

    • Joseph R. Biden Jr., 77
      2
    • Michael R. Bloomberg, 77
      6
    • Pete Buttigieg, 38
      2
    • Tulsi Gabbard, 38
      3
    • Amy Klobuchar, 59
      1
    • Deval Patrick, 63
      0
    • Bernie Sanders, 78
      7
    • Tom Steyer, 62
      0
    • Elizabeth Warren, 70
      0

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Thanks to those who have voted so far.

 

Love them or hate them, everyone must have an opinion on who will be the nominee... Come on exercise your right to vote.

 

B/A

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38 minutes ago, bostonangler said:

Thanks to those who have voted so far.

 

Love them or hate them, everyone must have an opinion on who will be the nominee... Come on exercise your right to vote.

 

B/A

 

Am I correct in that most Americans ( who could do so)  do not ( exercise their right)?

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I voted for the one I felt the most moderate Dem and the most common sense.

let me break this down as to my vote.

1.  Slow jo Biden poor thang can't even speak without his tongue twisting up in his mouth.  He is part of the lying, cheating scum that owns washington.  It seems the only way to get rid of them is to hold tight and wait for them to die off.

 

2. Commie bernie, no comment necessary 

3.  White, *** boy buttigieg.   No comment necessary and it's very doubtful you would want to hear my feelings or opinion on this.

4. Money bags Bloomberg has not debated once.  His entry into the race is just another evil tool used by the Dems to have the candidate of their choice not the peoples.  This example of money can buy you anything is sickening. 

4. Broom riding, lying Warren.  She'd rather lie and play the victim than eat.  What a measly excuse for a woman.  

5. Amy, Amy.....the only one that is a moderate dem.  She has a little common sense and would probably work pretty hard as Prez being the 1st woman to hold position.

6.  The rest of em just need to go home and that includes slow jo.

 

there you have it but fear not, there is not one of these that will earn my vote because all stand firm on abortion.  This issue alone is where I stand firm.

 

 

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27 minutes ago, whatsfordinar? said:

Every time I type in Hillarious, it changes it to Hillarious…. what's up with that?

 

I think it has something to do with the boards censure (?) workings. :shrug:

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34 minutes ago, whatsfordinar? said:

Every time I type in Hillarious, it changes it to Hillarious…. what's up with that?

 

She and her name is evil.  The pure spelling out of her name could bring death so be glad, be very, very glad you can't  spell her name out.

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My vote is for Sanders, as I think he has the ground-swell movement behind him. The only way that he won't become the nominee is if the Democrat Party Establishment rigs the primaries against him. It will be an interesting ride to say the least, as the Democrat Party is depeserate to defeat Trump, but only second-tier candidates left in the field will probably not get the job done.

 

Just keeping it REAL!

 

Indy

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This is great and very interesting to see what people think... Bernie leads which I personally don't think his surge will last. Tulsi is doing well, and I do like her muster. Bloomberg was in my town yesterday and had an overflowing crowd. People stood in the rain and he has picked up several endorsements overnight. He seems to be gaining ground...

 

Whatsfor and bigwave say Clinton may try for a comeback, but I don't see that happening. I agree she is a power monger and thinks a lot of herself, but it would be a huge mistake for an already dismal party.

 

Also, Deval Patrick is now out. I'm not sure anyone outside of Massachusetts had ever heard of this guy.

 

Thanks for the comments and voting.

 

B/A 

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12 hours ago, umbertino said:

 

Am I correct in that most Americans ( who could do so)  do not ( exercise their right)?

 

For years voter turn out had be very low, but when Obama showed up there was a surge in voting. I think this year will also see a higher than average turn out. Umbertino, I hope you voted, this isn't an official election and just because you are an Italian doesn't mean you can't take the poll... In fact it would be interesting what our friends overseas think about the this next election.

 

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I might add this on Obama....in 08 the very charismatic Obama offered hope and change.....I hope many recall what he walked into when he first came into office......the economy was tanking so badly that Bush brought Obama and his team into the decision making process prior to inauguration to help smooth the economic impacts of the transition.....(pretty awesome show of statesmanship.....and yes...a bipartisan effort)

 

In 1929 Hoover inherited a similar mess......and as a conservative dealt with his economic issues in a less aggressive manor.......recovery took 22 years....

 

Obama helped bail out banks and industry.....there was ample QE.....and his 8 years spirited a substantial recovery....so when it is suggested Obama played a major part in the current economic boom.......yes he did!

JMO.   CL 

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11 hours ago, whatsfordinar? said:

Every time I type in Hillarious, it changes it to Hillarious…. what's up with that?

 

 

The site made it that way ...Nothing we can do about it.....Don't worry

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1 hour ago, bostonangler said:

 

For years voter turn out had be very low, but when Obama showed up there was a surge in voting. I think this year will also see a higher than average turn out. Umbertino, I hope you voted, this isn't an official election and just because you are an Italian doesn't mean you can't take the poll... In fact it would be interesting what our friends overseas think about the this next election.

 

B/A

 

 

Of course I did vote ( in this poll)....I think I was the 2nd person to do that yesterday...Vote is secret but it's easy to understand who my fave is.....lol

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And yes.....my heart is with the Gabbard campaign.....at the least....she is setting the table......her options are pretty diverse.....from involvement with Trump....Bloomberg.....Sanders

...and Biden......if any of them should win it all.......

 

Do recall Trump had her in during his 1st week after his election...looked at her for Ambassador to the UN.....which Niki Haley got and did an awesome job........and surprisingly ....Sec of State.....which IMO would have been to much at the time......Sanders and Bloomberg see her as a potential for VP.....CL

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It's going to be really interesting....It almost always is......

 

The Democratic nominee choice and then the final fight  for the Presidency

 

I can hardly wait......

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   No one has voted for Warren but yet Sanders is in first in this poll.  What gives, they are both Socialists.  I’m curious, what is the appeal of Sanders?   

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As an outsider looking in I would suggest at least Sanders is consistent with his calls/stand on socialism.

 

Warren on the other hand is part of the nutters club and as inconsistent as pebbles on a beach. Each day brings a new slant on things with her.... all are gob smacking at best

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