Democratic Debate

Free Thinker
Quote: Originally Posted by Serryah View Post

Surprise, there's not one actual Presidential figure in the current White House either, yet here we are.

That is the perfect example of "Ignoring reality" which is the principle fault of the democrats
( look up the definition of the word INSANE) as a hole, and is the cause of all the sh*t maps in California, and also slaughtered babies everywhere.
Insanity. n. mental illness of such a severe nature that a person cannot distinguish fantasy from reality...

But I guess sh*t maps and dead babies are the desired outcome in democratic states. Of course if the babies had lived, I guess they could always be sold as slaves ( especially the brown and the female ones) in some place like obomba and hitlary's democrat inspired paradise, Libya.
WE came. We saw...He died! cackle cackle cackle!

So, let's recap:
Murder ( dead leaders, dead children ), foreign owned dictatorial tyranny coups, oil bourses, and central banks, slave RAPE markets, Massive starvation, illegal immigration and shit maps - I guess that would be YOUR definition of "presidential" eh?

ETA - One could also include other democratic presidential realities like the 500,000 dead babies in Iraq that were worth it according to Pass the bill Clinton's zionist ( secretly jewish, oooops ) SOS Madeline Albright.
Last edited by Danbones; Jun 29th, 2019 at 05:14 AM..
Free Thinker
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

You mean like all those farmers collecting government handouts because China ain't buying their wheat and soybeans?

What wheat and soy?

Corn That Won't Get Planted This Year Could Shatter All U.S. Records

2019 Spring Wheat Acres Down: What Did Get Planted Went in Late

AccuWeather predicts substantial 2019 corn and soybean yield shortfall

I can certainly see how you might be concerned about the price of soy boi beans...

Butt, ass a lawyer, you should also be thinking about all those empty Corn holes too.
Last edited by Danbones; Jun 29th, 2019 at 05:08 AM..
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze View Post

inclined t agree.....with all your points. I think we are just beginning to see Mayor Pete evolve.......and he has some fantastic potential. He comes with some governing experience.

Yes...his intellect shines through , and he is easy to listen to as he makes sense.....without being arrogant, or condescending or too aggressive. When he talks I WANT to hear what he has to say..

Plus........although not a defining component......he has likeability factor.

It's early we shall see......but very interesting beginnings of election season.

Can he carry his own state ?
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

That’s UIC, or EI not Walfare

It is a tax-time item rather than needing hours to collect. How could you not know that and even be in any part of North America.
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

They are not even truly contenders yet. Just a bunch of wannabees hoping for access to the Democratic Party treasure chest. One of them may become the contender. Or not. ALways a chance of a winner coming up from behind.

Here she comes she’s on her way , is it Hillary Ophra ,or Michelle to save the day .
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

They are not even truly contenders yet. Just a bunch of wannabees hoping for access to the Democratic Party treasure chest. One of them may become the contender. Or not. ALways a chance of a winner coming up from behind.

Why yes, that's the process by which we choose our candidates in the general election.

It's the process that got your Messiah into the White House. Got a problem with it?
Biden's support from black voters cut in half after debate: Poll
July 3, 2019
July 3, 2019 11:03 AM EDT
In this Saturday, May 18, 2019 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign rally at Eakins Oval in Philadelphia. Matt Rourke / AP
NEW YORK — Former Vice President Joe Biden, the early front-runner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, has lost support among African-Americans after taking heat on racial issues during the party’s first debate, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
The survey, conducted from Friday to Monday in the days following the debate in Miami, found 22% of adults who identify as Democrats or independents said they supported Biden, down 8% from a similar poll conducted earlier in June.
Support for Biden among blacks, a critical Democratic voting bloc, was cut in half, with about two out of 10 saying they backed President Barack Obama’s former vice president, compared with four out of 10 in the June poll.
African-Americans largely supported Biden when he entered the race for the right to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election.
But they appeared to be looking elsewhere after Kamala Harris, a U.S. senator from California also seeking the presidency, criticized Biden for opposing mandatory busing to integrate schools in the 1970s and for his cooperation with segregationists while he was a young senator.
The dramatic exchange became a defining moment of the debate and has reverberated in the race. Biden has defended his civil rights record and said Harris mischaracterized his positions.
Harris, the daughter of a black father from Jamaica and an Indian mother, appears to have benefited from her debate performance. Her support rose 4 percentage points to 10% in the poll released on Wednesday — the most of any of the more than 20 candidates seeking the nomination.
The poll found Harris now the third most popular candidate for the Democratic nomination, behind Biden and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who was backed by about 16% of Democrats and independents. Support for Harris, who was fourth in the previous poll, rose with black voters, as well as among women and people who make at least $100,000 a year.
Harris’ confrontation with Biden showed voters she could throw a figurative punch and effectively run against a revered figure within the Democratic Party, said Christopher Galdieri, a political scientist at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire.
“The main thing Democrats want in a candidate is someone who can beat Trump,” he said. “They’re not looking at the debates so much to hear about their positions on healthcare or the environment. They’re looking for someone who can go head-to-head with Trump.”
Several other candidates saw small overall gains since the June poll, including Sanders and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, and former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke lost support.
(To see the full poll results, click here:
Support for candidates is expected to fluctuate before Democrats begin holding their nominating contests early next year.
Twenty-one percent of all Democrats and independents said they did not know yet which candidate they would support. Among those who had picked a candidate, only about 35% said they were “completely certain” they had made up their minds.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English, throughout the United States. It gathered responses from 2,221 adults, including 1,367 Democrats and independents. It had a credibility interval, a measure of precision, of 3 percentage points.
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

It is a tax-time item rather than needing hours to collect. How could you not know that and even be in any part of North America.

Ah gee, maybe because I work for a living and have never once asked for assistance from the government..

Normal people are, or at least should be ashamed of getting government assistance
touch'em all joe: go easy on me kid
she didn't
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