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chaski On about 6 hours ago
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#61New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 15:09:56
@Leon Said

It’s looking like it will be either Biden or Warren at this point. Everyone else has been slipping in the polls instead of going up, or been stuck at the 1-2% bottom.



It will be Warren.

Biden will get pissed and essentially undermine the Democratic party, again, then go back to being the non-Democrat that he had always been.

The divided Democrat Party will lose to Trump.

We get 4 more years of him being a crybaby.

Of course there is a chance that once the office of President is secured away from the Democrats, the Republicans will turn on Trump and remove him from office to put Pence (if he's still around) or whoever is VP in charge.
Leon On about 18 hours ago




San Diego, California
#62New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 15:27:03
@chaski Said

It will be Warren.

Biden will get pissed and essentially undermine the Democratic party, again, then go back to being the non-Democrat that he had always been.

The divided Democrat Party will lose to Trump.

We get 4 more years of him being a crybaby.

Of course there is a chance that once the office of President is secured away from the Democrats, the Republicans will turn on Trump and remove him from office to put Pence (if he's still around) or whoever is VP in charge.


Hmm...

I don’t think Warren will cause a party split. The progressive left will finally have their person. And the old-school Democrats will not jump fence, as they never have, never will, especially with Trump as the alternative.

It’s the non-Democrat, non-Republican independent voters that we will need to worry about with Warren. But even in a Warren vs Trump scenario, I‘d be hard pressed to see them voting for Trump en masse. They will just stay home if they like neither.

Which means it would come down to which base shows up most to the polls. I think Warren has the passion-inspiring momentum on that. Plus, while he has unprecedented backing, there is 10% of GOP voters that hate Trump, which could make all the difference in a close election, as they will stay home too.

All the above also would be beneficial towards a flip of the Senate.
chaski On about 6 hours ago
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#63New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 15:52:21
@Leon Said

Hmm...

I don’t think Warren will cause a party split. The progressive left will finally have their person. And the old-school Democrats will not jump fence, as they never have, never will, especially with Trump as the alternative.

It’s the non-Democrat, non-Republican independent voters that we will need to worry about with Warren. But even in a Warren vs Trump scenario, I‘d be hard pressed to see them voting for Trump en masse. They will just stay home if they like neither.

Which means it would come down to which base shows up most to the polls. I think Warren has the passion-inspiring momentum on that. Plus, while he has unprecedented backing, there is 10% of GOP voters that hate Trump, which could make all the difference in a close election, as they will stay home too.

All the above also would be beneficial towards a flip of the Senate.



While I get your point, it isn't Warren who is the problem. It is Bernie who will cause the problem.

I think you are wrong, but I hope you are right.
Leon On about 18 hours ago




San Diego, California
#64New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 15:54:44
Warren vs Trump would also be very different than Hillary vs Trump for independent voters. In 2016, Hillary was viewed as the establishment, the face of corruption in politics, and Trump was viewed as the outsider, the firecracker to blow up the system. This time, Trump will be the face of corporate greed & corruption, and Warren as the outsider fighting against it.
Leon On about 18 hours ago




San Diego, California
#65New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 15:55:09
@chaski Said

While I get your point, it isn't Warren who is the problem. It is Bernie who will cause the problem.

I think you are wrong, but I hope you are right.


I can’t see Bernie causing a problem if Warren is the candidate.
mrmhead On about 8 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#66New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 20:09:00

Facebook is allowing the Trump campaign to post false information about former Vice President Joe Biden, a policy change that came after CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a White House meeting with the president.

The Biden campaign had requested that the company remove a campaign ad that claimed Biden, as vice president, had threatened to withhold $1 billion in aid to Ukraine to induce the government to stop an investigation into his son Hunter. There is no evidence this occurred, and the same ad was rejected by CNN for containing inaccuracies. The ad was accepted by Fox News, Twitter and YouTube.


... I'm just really at a loss for words right now...
chaski On about 6 hours ago
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#67New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 21:03:07
@mrmhead Said


Facebook is allowing the Trump campaign to post false information about former Vice President Joe Biden, a policy change that came after CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a White House meeting with the president.

The Biden campaign had requested that the company remove a campaign ad that claimed Biden, as vice president, had threatened to withhold $1 billion in aid to Ukraine to induce the government to stop an investigation into his son Hunter. There is no evidence this occurred, and the same ad was rejected by CNN for containing inaccuracies. The ad was accepted by Fox News, Twitter and YouTube.


... I'm just really at a loss for words right now...


Well this clearly demonstrates that the leftist controlled social media outlets known as Facebook and Twitter are trying to repress the 2nd Amendment rights of the "Right".

DiscordTiger On October 20, 2019
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#68New Post! Oct 09, 2019 @ 22:16:24
@chaski Said

It will be Warren.

Biden will get pissed and essentially undermine the Democratic party, again, then go back to being the non-Democrat that he had always been.

The divided Democrat Party will lose to Trump.

We get 4 more years of him being a crybaby.

Of course there is a chance that once the office of President is secured away from the Democrats, the Republicans will turn on Trump and remove him from office to put Pence (if he's still around) or whoever is VP in charge.


You mean Bernie not Biden right?

Bernie or mo so the Bernie Bros will probably f*** things up again.

I still can't figure where biden will fit in.
Other than he should of tried in 2016, I get why he didnt... but I just can't figure where he fits in now, other than just problematic.
I mean, I'm essentially ride or die Democrat nomination this time around, becuase significant polices under the rebulican party and trump do mean risks of death for either myself or those I care for, so even a problematic democrat is better than death.

I know that sounds melodramatic. It really does suck in the minority or targets of policy. Just the anxiety alone is causing life issues. Some of us are not ok. I don't "hate" anyone, but the anxiety is real.
The Midwestern in-laws are coming next month. I dread even starting to talk politics. and i can only talk about our health and dr appointments for a few hours before im done with that too. It's going to be a long week.
Sigh I'm off on a tangent, i almost forgot to tell you to shut your whore mouth.
chaski On about 6 hours ago
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#69New Post! Oct 10, 2019 @ 00:48:43
@DiscordTiger Said

You mean Bernie not Biden right?

Bernie or mo so the Bernie Bros will probably f*** things up again.




I guess that was a Freudian Slip!


Leon On about 18 hours ago




San Diego, California
#70New Post! Oct 10, 2019 @ 01:53:40
@chaski Said



I guess that was a Freudian Slip!




Was wondering why you called Biden a non-Democrat.
chaski On about 6 hours ago
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#71New Post! Oct 10, 2019 @ 02:56:35
@Leon Said

Was wondering why you called Biden a non-Democrat.


I do make mistakes... in my typing...


...and other mistakes also.
Leon On about 18 hours ago




San Diego, California
#72New Post! Oct 10, 2019 @ 03:49:01
@chaski Said

I do make mistakes... in my typing...


...and other mistakes also.


It’s all good.

The only mistake I care about will be the one you make on Tuesday Nov. 3, 2020.
chaski On about 6 hours ago
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#73New Post! Oct 10, 2019 @ 04:07:17
@Leon Said

It’s all good.

The only mistake I care about will be the one you make on Tuesday Nov. 3, 2020.



To be honest, I will vote for anyone or anything that has a chance of outing Trump.

In fact, it doesn't even matter if that person even has a realistic chance of outing Trump... she/he has my vote.

The fact that Trump, a draft dodging narcissistic idiot, is the face of our nation is sickening.
gakINGKONG On about 11 hours ago




, Florida
#74New Post! Oct 16, 2019 @ 10:18:37
As of today it’ll be Trump v Warren. Trump wouldn’t need to attend the debates to win re-election.
Leon On about 18 hours ago




San Diego, California
#75New Post! Oct 16, 2019 @ 15:31:48
@gakINGKONG Said

As of today it’ll be Trump v Warren..


Not so sure about that after last night’s debate. She was naturally the object of attacks as the new front runner, and some questions about her policies were left unanswered, particularly how she plans to pay for Medicare for all. And these questions will only grow if she continues to skirt around it.

Biden will probably regain the lead again in the polls for the next month as a result, as he wasn’t the victim of attacks this time around, although his fundraising dollars are dismal compared to the other top runners. Sanders may also get a bump due to AOC’s endorsement. So we may be back to a three way for the time being.

Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Booker, Harris, and even Steyer were all strong, but it may be too steep a hill for any of them to climb at this point. Some are good VP candidates though.
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