2020

EagleSmack
+1
#91
GOOOOOOO BERNIE!


Once More Into The Breach Bernie Bros!
 
Hoof Hearted
+2
#92
If Bernie gets elected, the White House will have to come up with an emergency plan in case the President simply cracks in half from old age.
 
Hoid
#93
Bernie will probably get to the convention and throw his support to Anyone But Hillary
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
-1
#94
AOC for Prez.
 
EagleSmack
+1
#95
Every Democrat Caucus and Convention is going to be like it was in Nevada. The DNC has scaled back the power of the Democrat Super Delegates but I don't think it will be enough to at least give the impression that the Democrat establishment is still up to their dirty tricks.. Bernie Bros will be going crazy from the start. They're already pounding the other candidates.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2 / -1
#96
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

AOC for Prez.

Too bad she is too young

AOC vs Ivanka Trump 2024
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#97
Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze View Post

who cares how many mansions anyone has?? What matters is the quality of the person , and if he/she has the attributes to full fill the job

How does a communist , member of the House of Representatives become a multi millionaire and maintain credibility?
 
Tecumsehsbones
+2
#98
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

How does a communist , member of the House of Representatives become a multi millionaire and maintain credibility?

He's not a communist. But you're a liar.
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#99
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

AOC for Prez.

Astronaut Barbie for POTUS
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#100
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

He's not a communist. But you're a liar.

No no no , I calls I’m likes I see them . Socialism in its purest form is communism.Does Bernie want to rule the world ala Stalin , I don’t think so .But no I am not a liar exaggerate sure ,spin certainly , lie nope .
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#101
I calls I’m likes I see them

and THAT might just be the problem
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#102
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

No no no , I calls I’m likes I see them . Socialism in its purest form is communism.Does Bernie want to rule the world ala Stalin , I don’t think so .But no I am not a liar exaggerate sure ,spin certainly , lie nope .

OK, you're delusional. Whatever.
 
Hoid
#103
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

No no no , I calls I’m likes I see them . Socialism in its purest form is communism.

You see'em as a really stupid guy and you call'em that way.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+2
#104
The first law suits are coming out over the Covinton kids fakenews trumphate fiasco.

250 million bucks - You bullied Innocent CHILDREN. So you Stupid Dumbocrats arse so screwed.
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#105
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffYbNaNl9Lw


Trump's National Emergency Broadcasting System
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#106
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

OK, you're delusional. Whatever.

Ok
Didn’t you hear I am the voice of reason ?
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
+1
#107
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Ok
Didn’t you hear I am the voice of reason ?

 
EagleSmack
+1
#108
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

The first law suits are coming out over the Covinton kids fakenews trumphate fiasco.

250 million bucks - You bullied Innocent CHILDREN. So you Stupid Dumbocrats arse so screwed.


The $250 Million lawsuit is just against the Washington Post!


There are at least 50 more letters being sent to various media outlets, movie stars, and politicians.


A short list.... Washington Post, GQ Magazine, Jim Carey, Bill Maher, HBO, Sen. Liz Warren, CNN, and TMZ. The list is HUGE!
 
spaminator
#109
Joe Biden: ’Don’t be surprised’ if I run for president in 2020
Associated Press
Published:
February 26, 2019
Updated:
February 26, 2019 8:56 PM EST
In this Dec. 13, 2018, file photo, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Biden is strongly signaling he could soon launch a presidential campaign while still giving himself room to opt against a run. During a forum at the University of Delaware Biden School of Public Policy, Biden said "I haven't made the final decision but don't be surprised."Rick Bowmer / AP
NEW YORK — Stepping further toward a 2020 presidential run than he ever has before, former Vice-President Joe Biden declared Tuesday that his family — including his grandchildren — are encouraging him to launch a White House bid.
“There’s a consensus,” Biden told an excited crowd during an appearance at the University of Delaware. “The most important people in my life want me to run.”
He did not explicitly say he was running. In fact, the 76-year-old lifelong politician conceded he may not be popular enough to win over the Democratic Party of 2020. Yet roughly 10 months before the first primary votes are cast, Biden sent an unmistakable message to prospective rivals and voters alike that the already-crowded Democratic field is far from set.
Should he run, he would instantly become a front-runner, the best-known option for primary voters and perhaps the best-respected by elected officials and donors, who in many cases have a decadeslong relationship with the longtime Democratic leader. Biden’s potential rivals had little to say publicly about his latest comments on potentially joining the field, but in private, their camps conceded that he would be a political force who could scramble the evolving field.
Biden could erode Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ popularity with working-class voters in the Midwest, California Sen. Kamala Harris’ standing with African-American voters in South Carolina and New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s claim to the political centre.
Story continues below
“Uncle Joe is absolutely beloved within the Democratic Party and for good reason,” said Zac Petkanas, an aide to former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. “However, this isn’t a popularity contest. Not only is he going to have to prove he’s got fresh, bold ideas, but that he’s tough enough to stand up to Trump.”
While he would be the oldest U.S. president ever elected, toughness has never been an issue for Biden, a native of working-class Pennsylvania, who suggested last year that he would “beat the hell” out of President Donald Trump for his comments about women if the two were in high school.
It is unclear, however, if Biden’s profile, politics and policies are in line with today’s liberal base, a relatively small slice of the electorate that holds outsized sway in presidential primary elections.
Biden would stand out as an old white man just months after Democratic voters sent the most diverse class to Congress in history. He would also be viewed as an establishment-minded moderate unwilling to wholly embrace litmus test issues like free universal health care, free college and the so-called Green New Deal.
“He is the biggest, best-known candidate in the race,” said veteran Democratic strategist Gary Pearce. “Personally, I have mixed feelings. For all the respect I have for him, I don’t know if he’s the right thing for the Democratic Party right now.”
Still, Trump allies have long considered Biden among the most formidable possible general election opponents given his working-class appeal. Despite more than four decades in Washington, most of it as a Delaware senator, he has long played up his upbringing in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Biden also has far more international experience than his would-be Democratic opponents — and the president. At a global security conference in Germany this month, he told an international audience that an American leader “stands up to the aggression of dictators.”
Yet he has struggled to develop a strong base of political support in two previous presidential runs.
Veteran Iowa Democratic strategist Brenda Kole noted that Biden has never run as a former vice-president — particularly one so closely associated with popular former President Barack Obama.
“Ultimately, if he can make the case that he is the best candidate to beat Donald Trump, and I haven’t heard a convincing case yet from the vast field of candidates so far, he could break through,” Kole said.
With his family behind him, Biden said Tuesday he’s still determining whether he can mount a high-powered campaign to win the nomination and defeat Trump. He acknowledged that he’s not sure his “alleged appeal” is real.
“I don’t want this to be a fool’s errand,” he said, noting that his personal decision not to align his candidacy with a super PAC could create financial challenges.
Biden told The New York Times he’d launch his campaign after March if he decides to get in.
In the meantime, Biden allies are reaching out to campaign operatives in early-voting states including New Hampshire and South Carolina to gauge their willingness to join Biden’s team. On Tuesday, operatives in both states said chatter continues, though no formal job offers had been extended.
South Carolina Democrat James Smith, the party’s nominee for governor in 2018, said Tuesday that he’s compiled a list of possible hires for the former vice-president.
“I believe he’s getting ready to say the word,” said Smith, who was endorsed by and campaigned with Biden last year.
In Iowa, Biden is the most recognized and preferred in early polls. Yet activists report a hunger for new faces, as evidenced by big crowds at recent events for Harris and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Midwesterners such as Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown are also making a play for Iowa voters, though Brown has yet to announce whether he’s running.
“(Biden’s) got the experience, but I don’t want him to run,” said Julie Neff, a Democrat from suburban Des Moines, who attended a recent event for Klobuchar. “I’d vote for him if he were the nominee, but we need someone new. There’s a whole new generation of future leaders out there.”
related links Trump fires back at ‘Crazy Joe Biden’ after ex-VP says he’d ‘beat the hell out of him’
Former VP Joe Biden says he’d ‘beat the hell’ out of Trump for disrespecting women
Joe Biden consoles daughter of ailing Arizona Sen. John McCain
http://torontosun.com/news/world/joe...sident-in-2020
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#110
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

Joe Biden: ’Don’t be surprised’ if I run for president in 2020
Associated Press
Published:
February 26, 2019
Updated:
February 26, 2019 8:56 PM EST
In this Dec. 13, 2018, file photo, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Biden is strongly signaling he could soon launch a presidential campaign while still giving himself room to opt against a run. During a forum at the University of Delaware Biden School of Public Policy, Biden said "I haven't made the final decision but don't be surprised."Rick Bowmer / AP
NEW YORK — Stepping further toward a 2020 presidential run than he ever has before, former Vice-President Joe Biden declared Tuesday that his family — including his grandchildren — are encouraging him to launch a White House bid.
“There’s a consensus,” Biden told an excited crowd during an appearance at the University of Delaware. “The most important people in my life want me to run.”
He did not explicitly say he was running. In fact, the 76-year-old lifelong politician conceded he may not be popular enough to win over the Democratic Party of 2020. Yet roughly 10 months before the first primary votes are cast, Biden sent an unmistakable message to prospective rivals and voters alike that the already-crowded Democratic field is far from set.
Should he run, he would instantly become a front-runner, the best-known option for primary voters and perhaps the best-respected by elected officials and donors, who in many cases have a decadeslong relationship with the longtime Democratic leader. Biden’s potential rivals had little to say publicly about his latest comments on potentially joining the field, but in private, their camps conceded that he would be a political force who could scramble the evolving field.
Biden could erode Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ popularity with working-class voters in the Midwest, California Sen. Kamala Harris’ standing with African-American voters in South Carolina and New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s claim to the political centre.
Story continues below
“Uncle Joe is absolutely beloved within the Democratic Party and for good reason,” said Zac Petkanas, an aide to former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. “However, this isn’t a popularity contest. Not only is he going to have to prove he’s got fresh, bold ideas, but that he’s tough enough to stand up to Trump.”
While he would be the oldest U.S. president ever elected, toughness has never been an issue for Biden, a native of working-class Pennsylvania, who suggested last year that he would “beat the hell” out of President Donald Trump for his comments about women if the two were in high school.
It is unclear, however, if Biden’s profile, politics and policies are in line with today’s liberal base, a relatively small slice of the electorate that holds outsized sway in presidential primary elections.
Biden would stand out as an old white man just months after Democratic voters sent the most diverse class to Congress in history. He would also be viewed as an establishment-minded moderate unwilling to wholly embrace litmus test issues like free universal health care, free college and the so-called Green New Deal.
“He is the biggest, best-known candidate in the race,” said veteran Democratic strategist Gary Pearce. “Personally, I have mixed feelings. For all the respect I have for him, I don’t know if he’s the right thing for the Democratic Party right now.”
Still, Trump allies have long considered Biden among the most formidable possible general election opponents given his working-class appeal. Despite more than four decades in Washington, most of it as a Delaware senator, he has long played up his upbringing in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Biden also has far more international experience than his would-be Democratic opponents — and the president. At a global security conference in Germany this month, he told an international audience that an American leader “stands up to the aggression of dictators.”
Yet he has struggled to develop a strong base of political support in two previous presidential runs.
Veteran Iowa Democratic strategist Brenda Kole noted that Biden has never run as a former vice-president — particularly one so closely associated with popular former President Barack Obama.
“Ultimately, if he can make the case that he is the best candidate to beat Donald Trump, and I haven’t heard a convincing case yet from the vast field of candidates so far, he could break through,” Kole said.
With his family behind him, Biden said Tuesday he’s still determining whether he can mount a high-powered campaign to win the nomination and defeat Trump. He acknowledged that he’s not sure his “alleged appeal” is real.
“I don’t want this to be a fool’s errand,” he said, noting that his personal decision not to align his candidacy with a super PAC could create financial challenges.
Biden told The New York Times he’d launch his campaign after March if he decides to get in.
In the meantime, Biden allies are reaching out to campaign operatives in early-voting states including New Hampshire and South Carolina to gauge their willingness to join Biden’s team. On Tuesday, operatives in both states said chatter continues, though no formal job offers had been extended.
South Carolina Democrat James Smith, the party’s nominee for governor in 2018, said Tuesday that he’s compiled a list of possible hires for the former vice-president.
“I believe he’s getting ready to say the word,” said Smith, who was endorsed by and campaigned with Biden last year.
In Iowa, Biden is the most recognized and preferred in early polls. Yet activists report a hunger for new faces, as evidenced by big crowds at recent events for Harris and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Midwesterners such as Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown are also making a play for Iowa voters, though Brown has yet to announce whether he’s running.
“(Biden’s) got the experience, but I don’t want him to run,” said Julie Neff, a Democrat from suburban Des Moines, who attended a recent event for Klobuchar. “I’d vote for him if he were the nominee, but we need someone new. There’s a whole new generation of future leaders out there.”
related links Trump fires back at ‘Crazy Joe Biden’ after ex-VP says he’d ‘beat the hell out of him’
Former VP Joe Biden says he’d ‘beat the hell’ out of Trump for disrespecting women
Joe Biden consoles daughter of ailing Arizona Sen. John McCain
http://torontosun.com/news/world/joe...sident-in-2020

Good idea , the party of diversity and inclusion needs more old white guys on the ticket .
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
+1 / -1
#111
Trump re-election Super PAC struggles to fill key position — raising alarms for 2020

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/03/tru..._notifications
 
Hoid
#112
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

The first law suits are coming out over the Covinton kids fakenews trumphate fiasco.

250 million bucks - You bullied Innocent CHILDREN. So you Stupid Dumbocrats arse so screwed.

More than 1,000 claims of child sexual abuse in custody, inquiry reveals
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...-inquiry-finds
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#113

Michael Bloomberg will not run for president in 2020. The billionaire will instead help fund an effort to elect Democrats.


Bloomberg, who served as New York mayor from 2002 to 2013, reregistered as a Democrat last year but determined that his path to a Democratic nomination was narrow.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ational&wpmk=1


too bad. HE would make a terrific POTUS. but might not want to play dirty politics that exist now. You certainly would not see him tweeting the kind of juvenile crap we see from the current POTUS.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#114
Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze View Post


Michael Bloomberg will not run for president in 2020. The billionaire will instead help fund an effort to elect Democrats.


Bloomberg, who served as New York mayor from 2002 to 2013, reregistered as a Democrat last year but determined that his path to a Democratic nomination was narrow.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ational&wpmk=1


too bad. HE would make a terrific POTUS. but might not want to play dirty politics that exist now. You certainly would not see him tweeting the kind of juvenile crap we see from the current POTUS.

Oh well , we are sure the democrats will field a credible candidate.
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#115

Democratic National Committee rejects Fox News for debates, citing article that suggested the network is 'propaganda' for Trump


DNC Chairman Tom Perez said that a recent article in the New Yorker showed an ��inappropriate relationship between President Trump, his administration and Fox News,�� which led to the decision. He said the network would not be ��in a position to host a fair and neutral debate for our candidates.��

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifes...ational&wpmk=1
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#116
Trump threatens to refuse to presidential debates if they’re not on a network he likes

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/03/tru..._notifications


If the "debates" are anything like last time..........they should be eliminated completely........ as they were a display of incredible stupidity and human despicable characteristics. Grade school debates are more mature and informative.
 
Hoid
#117
He won't be the candidate anyway
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
#118
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

He won't be the candidate anyway

Why do you think that??
 
Hoid
#119
Because it makes me happy
 
Ocean Breeze
Free Thinker
+1
#120
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Because it makes me happy

Understand that one.
 

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