[QUOTE] Biden summoned high turnout from the diverse constituencies of African Americans, suburbanites, working class and older voters that Speaker Nancy Pelosi marshaled to retake the House in 2018.
Joe Biden Dug Two Graves on Super Tuesday: One for Bernie Sanders, and One for Donald Trump
|by Anonymous||reply 115||Last Friday at 4:57 PM|
PLEASE PLEASE get trump, his grifter family and his inner circle and the things like carson, devos, mnuchkin, conway and others out of there asap!...
another issue of course is getting the p.o.s. of repub senators and butt kissers out of there and the millions of trump supporters who will still remain in our midst...brainwashed masses who will still remain and will procreate, what do we do with them? their trump alcoholics 24/7 on the kool-aid foever.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||03/05/2020|
Trump will make mincemeat of this babbling. senile, jerk.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||03/05/2020|
Oh God - THIS is what we have spent years reading. This is the end, it’s not the end, it’s over, it’s not over. Tune it all out - absolutely meaningless clickbait.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||03/05/2020|
Dream on. Brain dead Biden was looking forward to super Thursday.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||03/05/2020|
What the hell are you talking about, R3? Nobody thinks anything is over—that’s why turnout is so high. We know this is only the beginning.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||03/05/2020|
Bernie could still snatch this. Don't get cocky.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||03/05/2020|
[QUOTE] Dream on. Brain dead Biden was looking forward to super Thursday.
What’s Bernie Sanders looking forward to?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||03/05/2020|
But Cheeto is going to cheat in numerous ways.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||03/05/2020|
[QUOTE] Bernie could still snatch this. Don't get cocky.
He’s not snatching anything without the black vote.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||03/05/2020|
Remember when they wrote this about me in the summer of 2016? LOL!
|by Anonymous||reply 10||03/05/2020|
Latest Florida Poll:
Biden is ahead of Bloomberg by 47 points.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||03/05/2020|
Joe Biden is not Hillary Clinton, R10. Joe Biden has already increased Dem turnout above the levels she ever did in 2016.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||03/05/2020|
R2, did you know that Biden overcame a severe stuttering problem? Probably not asshole.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||03/05/2020|
That's so funny R2. I doubt that Trump knows what mincemeat means or even how to pronounce it. I wonder if Trump's handler's will super-glue his dentures in his mouth so they don't slip.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||03/05/2020|
R11 that is the reason Bloomberg dropped out. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Bloomberg looked at those Florida poll numbers and knew it was curtains. Joe Biden chased him out of the race.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||03/05/2020|
Yes, R15. And Bernie is behind Bloomberg in that poll.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||03/05/2020|
[quote]Joe Biden has already increased Dem turnout above the levels she ever did in 2016.
I want to believe that r12, but I think it is safer to say that Donald Trump has already increased Dem turnout above the levels she ever did in 2016.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||03/05/2020|
[QUOTE] And Bernie is behind Bloomberg in that poll.
Bernie’s loss in Florida will be historic. The calls for him to drop out will get stronger and stronger.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||03/05/2020|
Trump will beat Biden. Dems know this. He is the Bob Dole and John McCain of the Democrat party.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||03/05/2020|
Fuck off with your constant Trump will win bullshit. Don't you have something on FAUX News to watch?
|by Anonymous||reply 20||03/05/2020|
Please get Bernie out of the way as well, best accomplished by seeing that he doesn't win another primary. Shouldn't be that difficult - he can't even mobilize his most fervent supporters to vote. Or maybe it's because he motivates voters to support his primary opponents. His share of the votes cast compared to 2016 has dropped - his sell-by date has passed.
And even if he could and by some fluke of the universe he were to be elected, Sanders won't be able to convince the Republican majorities he'll have delivered to vote for a single proposal he suggests. Even if the House were to remain in Democratic hands, he wouldn't be able to convince members of his own party to vote for his agenda.
It's not over. The best thing anyone here can do is see that Joe Biden is the nominee and the next president. Consider the alternatives and get out and vote for Joe. If, as expected given the map, Biden wins the overwhelming number of delegates selected in the next two weeks, Bernie is dead in the water.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||03/05/2020|
I just love how this shows how truly hated Hillary Clinton is. I think we’re seeing a lot of Bernie’s support last time was more anti-Clinton than it was pro-Bernie. That war criminal must be having nightly drunken fits seeing how easy this is turning out for Biden. She’s the one who raised holy hell when Biden said he was considering running in 2016.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||03/05/2020|
I want to preface this by saying that I liked Hillary a lot and was really upset when she lost, But here's the deal, Hillary was polarizing even among moderate democrats. I don't know what it is about her, but she just rubs people the wrong way. Very few people are indifferent to her, she brings out strong opinions.
Biden, on the other hand, is a likeable guy. He is the quintessential let's have a beer kind of candidate. He has decades of retail politics under his belt and he is as comfortable at a dive diner in Scranton as he is at the swankiest and toniest of DC private clubs. He does't frighten moderates or republicans and he was a liberal long before being a liberal was cool. But he also has common sense.
Hillary was smart and qualified and would have made a great president, but a lot of people just didn't like her. I think Hillary had a rough on-boarding back in the 90s. I think she unintentionally insulted some people and they won't let it drop.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||03/05/2020|
It's interesting how Biden's campaign has gone from dead to unstoppable in the span of little more than a week. Just two weeks ago, pundits said he was the weak candidate who couldn't draw crowds, couldn't raise money, and couldn't inspire anyone. Now, they say he's boosting turnout and building a coalition. Biden has had a great week and has sounded much more coherent and passionate in the last few days. But he's a loose cannon, so you never know what to expect from him going forward. I think Biden will be the nominee and he can beat Trump (I think he would have destroyed Trump in 2016). But I could also see him fading and losing energy in the final months of the campaign. We'll all be holding our breath until November.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||03/05/2020|
Why don't you people realize Joe Biden has dementia? Are you all blind and deaf?
|by Anonymous||reply 25||03/05/2020|
[quote] Hillary was polarizing even among moderate democrats. I don't know what it is about her, but she just rubs people the wrong way.
It's who she is
I am sure that even at Wellesley there were lots of women who hated her and rolled their eyes when "that Rodham person" was mentioned, some that hated her but respected her smarts and some that liked her.
That's not a problem in a lot of jobs.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||03/05/2020|
People hate Killary because she’s a criminal who only cares about enriching herself with money and power. Everyone saw how FAKE she was in 2016. She’s allergic to the truth. She’s woefully incompetent as a politician. She couldn’t beat DONALD TRUMP.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||03/05/2020|
Why doesn’t Bernie appeal to black voters? I would think his free everything for everyone would appeal to them
|by Anonymous||reply 28||03/05/2020|
Who knew R25 was a neurologist? I didn't know that. Did you know that?
R27 Then why did she get almost three million more votes than Trump?
|by Anonymous||reply 29||03/05/2020|
The Dems don't have a suitable candidate and voters know it. Trump can remain sequestered in the White House until November 4, and he will still win a second term.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||03/05/2020|
I would expect the sell-off of the Trump "empire" portfolio to increase exponentially over the summer.
The Family Grift are working furiously behind the scenes to liquidate all assets and making plans to leave the country as soon as the election results are tallied.
He's such a C that he'll probably attempt to keep Air Force One when he flees in the middle of the night.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||03/05/2020|
Because ONLY getting three million more votes than a failed reality show talk hot with zero experience (out of 130 million votes cast) IS A FUCKING EMBARRASSMENT H-HIVE R29 and proof of how many people just don't like her.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||03/05/2020|
[QUOTE] It's interesting how Biden's campaign has gone from dead to unstoppable in the span of little more than a week. Just two weeks ago, pundits said he was the weak candidate who couldn't draw crowds, couldn't raise money, and couldn't inspire anyone. Now, they say he's boosting turnout and building a coalition.
That’s what voting can do. They didn’t allow voters, particularly African-Americans, to have their say in the matter before they started writing his obituary. Nobody gives a crap about Iowa, and it’s high time that they stop going first with their caucus bullshit.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||03/05/2020|
Warren is out.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||03/05/2020|
He was my first choice from the beginning (due to electability and Obamacare) but his sputtery debate performances made me think he couldn't break out.
I'm glad people saw through those debates and got behind him. Please send him some money; it's going to take a shitload.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||03/05/2020|
r14, babbling and stuttering have different meanings, moron. Do you know what a dictionary is?
|by Anonymous||reply 36||03/05/2020|
Oh shit, Warren really is planning on dropping out. It was inevitable but I was very much hoping she'd stay in for a few more primaries.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||03/05/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 38||03/05/2020|
r29, every American with a brain knew Ronald Reagan was senile way before the official diagnosis came out. You obviously aren't part of our group.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||03/05/2020|
[quote]Trump will make mincemeat of this babbling. senile, jerk.
Svetlana has stated her boundaries.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||03/05/2020|
Joe Biden doesn’t show any signs of senility, you fool. He makes some of the same mental mistakes I do, and I’m young enough to be his grandson. The rest can be chalked up to his lifelong battle with stuttering.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||03/05/2020|
Anyone but Karl Marx and Pocohontas with no offense intended to our socialist and native American brothers, sisters and in-betweens.
Sadly, I'm not sure "old Joe" can beat Trump. But, then I didn't think Trump would beat H Clinton.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||03/05/2020|
[quote]Anyone but Karl Marx and Pocohontas with no offense intended to our socialist and native American brothers
Pocahontas? So you're a Trump fan, I take it.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||03/05/2020|
If/When Joe is the nominee, the chances increase that Trump will throw in the towel before he has to debate him if the polls keep trending towards trump getting creamed.
I know it's a very slight chance, but it's a chance nonetheless.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||03/05/2020|
Nobody knows anything. Since the primaries/caucuses started we've gone through Pete's moment, Amy's moment, Bernie's Moment, and now Biden's moment. Just vote with your heart, and be sure to vote D across the board in November. Tell Republicans America values ethics and respect in politics.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||03/05/2020|
Oh my sides, R44.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||03/05/2020|
Joe Biden didn't do anything on Super Tuesday. He didn't campaign in or spend money in most of those states.
The voters at large, which included a massive turnout of Republicans invading Democratic primaries, reluctantly rallied around the "most electable"of their own accord.
Nobody is enthusiastic about Joe Biden and conservatives are simply afraid of Bernie Sanders.
2020 will be an election of purging the worst disease, not making progress forward.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||03/05/2020|
r44 thinks Trump has a conscience, or an ability to recognize his own faults. PFFFFFFT
Trump will just slink away bitterly, blaming the world but realizing he doesn't have the numbers to defend him, as his beloved Vladimir did in the Ukraine.
He'll still be a malignant narcissist sociopath, though.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||03/05/2020|
These articles should be printed out and used as toilet paper. Meant to lull people into a false sense of security. Nothing is set in stone yet and I don't trust that the orange Turd and his flying monkeys don't have something in store.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||03/05/2020|
Idk why this didn’t post before , anyway this is the Biden we need in the debates and the campaign trail. Maybe he’ll be energized now
|by Anonymous||reply 50||03/05/2020|
[quote]But, then I didn't think Trump would beat H Clinton.
Apparently, all it took was a few social media posts and folks who were going to vote for Clinton all of a sudden decided they hated her!
|by Anonymous||reply 51||03/05/2020|
R51 One of the unfortunate side effects of the hacking and releases is the Democratic Party hasn't done a deep dive on just how arrogant the Clinton Campaign was. She didn't visit two swing states as the election approached. She held far fewer events then trump, especially the week prior to the election. Just like Bloomberg, Clinton couldn't hide how she thought the Presidency was already hers. The leaks didn't help, but there's no certainty she would have won otherwise.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||03/05/2020|
Not at all R48 - I'm thinking much more along the lines that New York is still working with Michael Cohen and they are still investigating him and his family.
He needs to arrange his own exit because he can't risk being indicted the second a new president is sworn in.
He also probably shouldn't risk debating, but his ego will get in the way I'm sure.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||03/05/2020|
Ahhh whoops wrong link
|by Anonymous||reply 54||03/05/2020|
R53 If trump loses, there will surely be a lame duck state visit, probably to a country that doesn't have a an extradition treaty to the U.S.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||03/05/2020|
The make up of the Democratic primary is not the same as that of the general election. For one, South Carolina and other Southern states are not in play for Democrats.
The Swing States are :
and maybe Iowa.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||03/05/2020|
WaPo is calling his suburban supporters "Whole Foods Moms"
|by Anonymous||reply 57||03/05/2020|
This is ridiculous. Once all the California delegates come in, Biden and Sanders will be essentially tied.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||03/05/2020|
Florida is going to wipe Bernie out for good.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||03/05/2020|
At least with Biden’s campaign we’ll get lots of appearances from the Obamas which will get people fired up. They’ll probably have Hillary and Bill do some stuff, as long as they don’t let Bill and Hunter start hanging out. Beto will be doing appearances. Pete and Chasten will be out. If Joe gets the nomination, it’s going to be an action packed campaign season.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||03/05/2020|
SHATTERED, the book detailing her campaign, goes on to show that the bungled campaign launch foreshadowed how her whole campaign would evolve. Especially helpful in pointing out how she refused to handle the email server issue effectively.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||03/05/2020|
I don't think Putin really cares about this election. His goal was to destroy Hillary's chances in 2016, revenge. And he did.
Besides, there's intense focus on election integrity, so he's playing it safe.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||03/05/2020|
[quote]Trump will make mincemeat of this babbling. senile, jerk.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||03/05/2020|
[quote]This is ridiculous. Once all the California delegates come in, Biden and Sanders will be essentially tied.
What, you were expecting the media to report fair and honestly?
|by Anonymous||reply 64||03/05/2020|
California has over 3 million more ballots to count. Let’s see where Biden and Bernie after they’re all counted.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||03/05/2020|
Biden should be catching up the longer the counting takes.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||03/05/2020|
I’ve yet to hear a compelling case for why Biden is electable.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||03/05/2020|
Unlike Hillary, he's likeable.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||03/05/2020|
R67, Likeable, moderate, well-known, popular in the suburbs and swing states where this election will be won.
This is an election about security--people want something who can re-establish governmental and social norms. Biden knows everybody and how the executive branch is supposed to work and the core values of our foreign policy.
As for Trump--he hasn't gotten above a 50 percent approval rating since his second week in office. He's historically unpopular. With the coronavirus doing a number on the economy (and demonstrating the lethal effects of Trump's eviscerating the federal government), Trump loses his one ace--a good economy.
The silliest of the trolls in this thread talks about Trump making mincemeat of Biden. Biden has a stutter and compensating for that stutter means he makes gaffes. Trump, on the other hand, is decompensating badly and doesn't make sense much of the time.
I mean, c'mon, Trump's scared of Biden--remember, this is why he was impeached.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||03/05/2020|
R69 I think it’s so funny that he’s considered a “moderate” now. He was always to the left of Obama and was ahead of him on things like gay marriage.
Only difference is he’s what you would call an “old school Liberal” verses a “progressive liberal.” Whatever the f that even means.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||03/05/2020|
MICROSOFT NEWS POLL
If Bernie Sanders is the 2020 Democratic nominee, who will win?
Sanders = 30%
Trump = 64%
Other / No opinion = 6%
Based on 21,041 responses. Snapshot of real-time results.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||03/06/2020|
I suspect “old school liberal” means “someone who can win.“
“Progressive liberals” demonstrated this week, once again, that they can’t.
Have they learned that lesson? I hope so but sadly, I think they have not.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||03/06/2020|
R71 Microsoft polls are online - anyone can vote and all the Trumpsters and their bots do.
No fan of Bernie’s but their polls are bullshit-level bad.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||03/06/2020|
R69.. actually had a "conversation" with a MORON trump supporter... he works at a grocery store and i chat him up and others that work there just to be a nice person... anyway, he always wants to talk about politics and LITERALLY spews fox/faux news "talking points"... i actually feel kind of sorry for him since i don't think he is "all the way there" in the mind. ANYWAY, the first thing he says to me yesterday was "so what's going on with the democrats, their all dropping like flies! now you've got sleepy joe and commie bernie left!".... uh, well yes, that is what happens i told him! candidates drop out when they have no chance to win delegates or the future nomination! DUH!....
for the next 10 minutes he spewed trump and fox news talking points 1) maybe cigarettes DON"T cause cancer (ala pence) 2) who are the ones saying that trump has lied over 16 thousand times? 3) hunter biden being investigated and his father fired the prosecutor because of it (never mind i explained the full complete story of it that debunked all he said).. and on and on he went. and had NOTHING to say about everything i said about what trump is..
anyway the conversation ended and this is kind of going back to what you were saying in your post... when i mentioned trump KNOWN lying number, he mentioned what about Biden and his "gaffes"... to which i replied you think KNOWINGLY AND WILLINGLY lying on purpose is the same as a mistake a gaffe on someone's part? their the same, their equal? NOT TO MENTION, even if they WERE the same (which of course their not!) you would be comparing a few biden gaffes to the thousands of outright lies that trump has spewed?...and his reply was that YES a lie and a gaffe are the same!!!!!!!!!!!!!
so to make a long story short (sorry i'm rambling here).. i just smiled and walked away and i've now made up my mind i CAN NOT TALK, CONVERSE, BE FRIENDLY to this person again.. i just can't!... the MONUMENTAL ignorance, stupidity and willful stubbornness to me is mind blowing. I know some will say that i'm wrong, that i can still be friendly or converse with someone who doesn't believe the same i do in regards to politics, but this is so mindblowing to me, that someone like this thinks like this, i just can't!.
In closing, not to be a jerk or a snob, but should anyone listen to someone with no education and who works all day stocking produce at a grocery store? i don't think so! he is THEE epitome of what trump said " i love the uneducated"!.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||03/06/2020|
"Biden has a stutter and compensating for that stutter means he makes gaffes."
Strange. I've been watching him for over 30 years-- you know, while he was plagiarizing, and harassing Anita Hill, and talking about how women shouldn't have sole control of their own bodies, and all that-- and never once did I notice a "stutter." The media didn't notice until just now, either. Not one word about it-- weird!
Honestly, you sound silly. The man is slipping, mentally. Ignoring it or covering it up are not going to make it go away. It will come back to haunt Democrats, sooner or later.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||03/06/2020|
I eat old people's excrement.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||03/06/2020|
Even though I didn't quite get your point R74, my philosophy is not to engage with Trump supporters. Talk about the weather. Talk about what's happening in your city. Just stay away from Trump. You are not going to change their minds and quite frankly they like saying stuff to get a reaction from people who hate Trump. Why give them what they want?
|by Anonymous||reply 77||03/06/2020|
R77... i hear you, i hear you.. it just blows my mind, that a "functional" human being walking the streets can think like this?!...
never mind, it's HIM who always brings up the politics not me... i'm at the point in life where i just can't and do not want to deal with such people and warped mindset. The older i get the less "b.s." i can tolerate or should....
|by Anonymous||reply 78||03/06/2020|
The only thing that seriously gives me doubts about Biden is his insistence he can gain Republican support in the Senate. I'm all for reaching across the aisle, for arguing that some of our old norms were worth saving, but I wish Biden would be clear that he's not going to keep reaching across the aisle to have his hand bitten. Right now, he's coming across like he's played too many rounds of golf with Mitch McConnel, and isn't able to call scum out.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||03/06/2020|
Biden is parroting whatever he is told to say. He has no original ideas, no clear position on any issue and bumbles his way around any legitimate questions. A risky candidate imo. Being the alternative to Bernie isn’t really enough. Is there anyone better?
|by Anonymous||reply 80||03/06/2020|
He might get some cooperation the Senate if ones who are up in 2020 to decide to Pivot away from Trump, should he lose decisively, signing on to more mainstream Common Sense truly bipartisan support bills in an effort to present themselves as not-a-kook.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||03/06/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 82||03/06/2020|
Biden did well with the demographics that Bernie should be doing better with. Biden gets the poor, uninsured and no college crowd. Free college is a losing position. Nobody who hasn't been to college and with kids who haven't been to college wants to pay for some else and their kids to go.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||03/06/2020|
Plus, let's be real R83-- all those upper middle class people are thinking "I busted my ass at a job I don't really love to have the money to pay for Zach and Chloe to go through four years of private universities each and come out with zero debt. Fuck all if I'm paying for kids with a bunch of deadbeat parents who were too busy buying BMWs to save up for college. Refund me the half million dollars I plunked down and then we'll talk Sanders"
|by Anonymous||reply 84||03/06/2020|
From your keyboard to the inboxes of the Gods, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||03/06/2020|
R84 yes exactly.
A little off subj but has anyone else checked out Joe’s McLean estate? A tasteful friends thread is in order.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||03/06/2020|
He should have dug one for himself since he'll be wanting to utilize it within the next term.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||03/06/2020|
Don’t talk about my future President like that, R87.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||03/06/2020|
Damn, I hope so. I would've voted for Warren, but I'm racing toward acceptance, and feeling more and more okay with Biden winning this whole thing, hopefully soon.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||03/06/2020|
"Biden is parroting whatever he is told to say. He has no original ideas, no clear position on any issue and bumbles his way around any legitimate questions"
Listen. Get informed.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||03/06/2020|
I've seen the old Biden in the last few weeks. I really wanted him to run int 2016, but IDK, for most of this cycle I've liked him least among the main candidates, excluding Bloomberg. Now, he's seems to be better, more of the Joe Biden from 2008 and 20012. I rewatched his debate with Ryan recently. He was great, he made Ryan seem inexperienced and nonsensical without coming across as condescending. It was this amazing "I'm proud of the boy's passion, but he's got some learning to do," vibe. I've started to see that again. Maybe he just struggles with 3+ candidate debates.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||03/06/2020|
When I heard Biden was running against Reagan I knew the gaffes weren't gaffes but early signs of dementia. This is serious. Remember Mueller? He showed signs when testifying before congress...
|by Anonymous||reply 92||03/06/2020|
I don't know if I agree that Biden has shown signs of dementia, but that is a huge risk with septuagenarians (We'll have to people in their 70s on the ballot in November). A poster on another DL thread reminded me off a huge problem with old age: How fast things can go south, mentally and physically. I've read that our most successful Presidents have been those in their late 40s to late 50s.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||03/06/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 94||03/06/2020|
I’m not voting for Biden
|by Anonymous||reply 95||03/06/2020|
R95 Will you be abstaining? voting for Trump? considering write-in or third party candidates? Will you still vote for Democrat down-ballot candidate? Our electoral system is messed up, I won't tell you to vote for someone you don't feel deserves your vote. I do hope, though, that you still go and vote for other candidates in other races. Local politicians affect all of our daily lives much more than Washington does.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||03/06/2020|
Are you a silly little person r95?
|by Anonymous||reply 97||03/06/2020|
If anyone is going to start swatting away invisible flies and mumbling about how our precious bodily fluids are being tainted, it's Trump. This may be a coot-off, but in the end it's Trump who will wind up more cootish.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||03/06/2020|
[QUOTE] Two things happened on Tuesday in Michigan. First, Democratic turnout exploded. Second, Biden performed far better with key demographic groups than Clinton did four years ago. If either one of those things happens in November, Trump will have a difficult time winning the state again. If both things happen, the president can kiss Michigan’s 16 electoral votes goodbye—and with them, more than likely, the electoral votes of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||03/11/2020|
Looks like I should’ve expanded the number of graves that Joe dug. He’s significantly lifted the chances of Dems retaking the senate since he became the de-facto nominee:
[QUOTE] Yet the furious resuscitation of Biden’s political fortunes has not only positioned his party more strongly against Trump in the general election, but suddenly scrambled the Senate map. Four Republicans up for reelection are now officially behind their challengers (or their most likely challengers) by four percentage points or more. And Biden’s numbers against an incumbent Trump show he is stronger than Hillary Clinton ever was in 2016 against the insurgent outsider most Americans expected would lose.
[QUOTE]More important than his wins against Sanders have been the underlying numbers behind Biden’s success this past week. In a majority of the primaries, he is winning a broad and deep coalition that threatens Republicans’ ability to hold the Senate and the White House. With black voters, suburban voters, white voters without a college degree, white voters with a college degree, union and non-union, Republicans and independents, Biden’s breadth of support is remarkable.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||03/13/2020|
R2 got 12 votes for that. I only wish we could check WHERE they came from. 10 bucks says half were given to himself and the other half a mix of gab/incel trash and "foreign" trolls.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||03/13/2020|
This is what people need to understand -and apologies if it was already mentioned since I didn't read through the thread- a lot of us think Biden is too old and a bit out there and there are issues with which I disagree with him, but I have not a shred of doubt that the people with whom he is surrounded, are beyond capable. I never had that confidence in the enabling, incompetent, racist demons Trump is surrounded by.
Don't think about the candidates, think about who has their ears. No one should feel safe having Pence, the Kushners and Miller in power. No one.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||03/13/2020|
Moreover, r12, we now know the dangerous treason Trump is capable of.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||03/13/2020|
on my facebook page, i got a message from someone about trump on a facebook page entitled? "i love trump' and this person posted that trump has done 268 accomplishments????!! including a picture of the famous Uncle SAM i want you poster but with instead trump and the description i'm working for you!...
|by Anonymous||reply 104||03/14/2020|
As long as Biden surrounds himself with top notch people he will be fine. I would think Amy and Kamala are out as VP candidates. Democratic senators need to stay senators. He certainly will pick people qualified and not the likes of Pence.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||03/14/2020|
Katie Porter for VP (Frankly, I'd prefer her over Biden)
|by Anonymous||reply 106||03/14/2020|
Me, too, r106!
She demands answers and doesn't suffer fools!
|by Anonymous||reply 107||03/14/2020|
R105 I could see him choosing Kamala, her Senate seat is a safely blue. It wouldn't surprise me if Biden chose a moderate running mate, but one that otherwise can be juxtaposed with him.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||03/15/2020|
R101 and what are all these gab and uncle losers complaining about? Biden is an old white guy too. He’ll give them more stuff than Roly Poly Orange Drooly. It’s nit like he’s a “dreaded” black man like Obama or *shudder* a woman like their Satanic Killary.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||03/15/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 110||03/15/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 111||06/09/2020|
Rumors come out occasionally about Trump replacing Kushner. Kushner knows everything, more than Barr, Pompeo or dirty Roger Stone.
What Kushner does in service to Trump is still a mystery, but highly illegal I suspect.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||06/09/2020|
I love Quinn.
I'd pay money to see her beat the shit out of 'Susan from Glendale' aka Audrey Rose.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||06/09/2020|
[QUOTE] Trump will beat Biden. Dems know this. He is the Bob Dole and John McCain of the Democrat party.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||Last Friday at 4:26 PM|
Man I really want to ok punch R47 in the face right now.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||Last Friday at 4:57 PM|