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    Dem candidates (so far) that have thrown their hat in the ring for POTUS (or are being considered)
    Tulsi Gabbard; Pocahontas (oops...sorry...I mean Elizabeth Warren); Julien Castro; Kamala Harris

    A couple others whose name keeps coming up, but I do not know if they have declared:
    Joe Biden; Beto O'Rourke. I expect the list will grow quite a bit in the coming months.

    So far, from what I can see, all but one are essentially running on an anti Trump ticket, and/or identity politics. Which essentially means that they have a better chance than one may think, for no other reason that they hate Trump, and are good at identity politics. Goes hand in hand with America's pension for choosing style over substance. And yes...I do believe that any person who can manage to insult Trump will appeal to the victims R us party. That means that there is a good chance our next potus will be yet another clueless populist without a clue as to how to manage America. After suffering through the absolute two worst possible candidates in 2016, one would think we might have earned something.
    HA!!

    As for the current crop, there are only two (declared and being considered) that I think might be worth the time to listen to. Biden might at least bring some sort of dignity back to the race (doubtful, but one can hope) And Gabbord is one whom I have always liked, although I suspect her candidacy may be over before it really gets started (something to do with her working on her father's supposed anti gay group in Hawaii. I lost alot of respect for her when she caved to the snowflakes and haters, and took the whole Obama route about somehow being evolved on the issue or some such bull s@@t. Ironically, that will hurt her more than her meeting with al-Assad.)

    Enjoy the show, kids.

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  • #2
    Originally posted by dale1257 View Post
    Dem candidates (so far) that have thrown their hat in the ring for POTUS (or are being considered)
    Tulsi Gabbard; Pocahontas (oops...sorry...I mean Elizabeth Warren); Julien Castro; Kamala Harris

    A couple others whose name keeps coming up, but I do not know if they have declared:
    Joe Biden; Beto O'Rourke. I expect the list will grow quite a bit in the coming months.

    So far, from what I can see, all but one are essentially running on an anti Trump ticket, and/or identity politics. Which essentially means that they have a better chance than one may think, for no other reason that they hate Trump, and are good at identity politics. Goes hand in hand with America's pension for choosing style over substance. And yes...I do believe that any person who can manage to insult Trump will appeal to the victims R us party. That means that there is a good chance our next potus will be yet another clueless populist without a clue as to how to manage America. After suffering through the absolute two worst possible candidates in 2016, one would think we might have earned something.
    HA!!

    As for the current crop, there are only two (declared and being considered) that I think might be worth the time to listen to. Biden might at least bring some sort of dignity back to the race (doubtful, but one can hope) And Gabbord is one whom I have always liked, although I suspect her candidacy may be over before it really gets started (something to do with her working on her father's supposed anti gay group in Hawaii. I lost alot of respect for her when she caved to the snowflakes and haters, and took the whole Obama route about somehow being evolved on the issue or some such bull s@@t. Ironically, that will hurt her more than her meeting with al-Assad.)

    Enjoy the show, kids.
    I wonder if there are any moderate <John kasich type Democrats running, the kind of dem Thst the radical left would consider a fake dem.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dale1257 View Post
      Dem candidates (so far) that have thrown their hat in the ring for POTUS (or are being considered)
      Tulsi Gabbard; Pocahontas (oops...sorry...I mean Elizabeth Warren); Julien Castro; Kamala Harris

      A couple others whose name keeps coming up, but I do not know if they have declared:
      Joe Biden; Beto O'Rourke. I expect the list will grow quite a bit in the coming months.

      So far, from what I can see, all but one are essentially running on an anti Trump ticket, and/or identity politics. Which essentially means that they have a better chance than one may think, for no other reason that they hate Trump, and are good at identity politics. Goes hand in hand with America's pension for choosing style over substance. And yes...I do believe that any person who can manage to insult Trump will appeal to the victims R us party. That means that there is a good chance our next potus will be yet another clueless populist without a clue as to how to manage America. After suffering through the absolute two worst possible candidates in 2016, one would think we might have earned something.
      HA!!

      As for the current crop, there are only two (declared and being considered) that I think might be worth the time to listen to. Biden might at least bring some sort of dignity back to the race (doubtful, but one can hope) And Gabbord is one whom I have always liked, although I suspect her candidacy may be over before it really gets started (something to do with her working on her father's supposed anti gay group in Hawaii. I lost alot of respect for her when she caved to the snowflakes and haters, and took the whole Obama route about somehow being evolved on the issue or some such bull s@@t. Ironically, that will hurt her more than her meeting with al-Assad.)

      Enjoy the show, kids.
      Keep an eye Kirsten Gillibrand, I think she will go pretty far, and can draw a base of support. I wonder if Biden is seen as too old and part of past political alliances (and so rejected)

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