A thread to discuss the entire hypothetical field. Candidates lining up: Trump, Don Jr., Pence, Pompeo, Haley, Cruz, Rubio, Cotton, Noem, Hogan, Hawley, Scott, Scott, Sasse, Christie, Abbott, DeSantis, Ducey, Ricketts. I would add Hurd to this list.
Republican Clown Car 2024
|by Anonymous||reply 124||Yesterday at 11:13 AM|
Sasse, who split from Trump in the general & has offered congratulations to Biden, is easily the class of this group. Meaning he’s toast for the Trump Party’s ‘24 nomination.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||11/11/2020|
Yuck! All of them are dreadful. You can't even pick a "best of the worst" from that rogues' gallery.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||11/11/2020|
OP, before I decide if I'm going to ignore this thread or ignore you entirely, please tell me -- do you post images of naked men on the assorted male form appreciation threads?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||11/11/2020|
[quote] Republican Clown Car 2024
I'm assuming this refers to Rachel Campos-Duffy's vagina.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||11/11/2020|
Huckabeast/Pigeon-Headed Whore 2024
|by Anonymous||reply 5||11/11/2020|
America's had a dusky exotic Veep, now it's time for a Snow Princess President!
|by Anonymous||reply 6||11/11/2020|
[quote]I'm assuming this refers to Rachel Campos-Duffy's vagina.
Haven't heard that bitch's name in years and I sure don't want to. Fuck her and her fug husband.
What a dumb annoying ReThuglicunt. To think she auditioned for The View.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||11/11/2020|
I think it is impossible to tell right now because we have no way of knowing what is going to be unearthed in the next year or two. While many, many other people want all associated with the current administration jailed, I think it might just behove Biden/Harris to call out the traitors and let them stew in their own juices. *
Especially if there is evidence of malfeasance that ousts Graham and Cruz and a few of the others.
*exception for outright traitors like Ron Johnson and McConnell, etc...
|by Anonymous||reply 8||11/11/2020|
I want to see DJT, DJT Jr. and Princess Ivanka on the same Republican debate stage.
When that happens, SNL can take a week off, and just replay the above that Saturday.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||11/11/2020|
I hope it's someone like Sassy. Remember a batshit crazy con artist just won about 50% of the vote.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||11/11/2020|
Sassy will be the DILFy DL Fave , fer sure.
Cotton will be the DL Hatefuck Fave.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||11/11/2020|
[quote] I hope it's someone like Sassy.
I hope not. He's just as grotesque and complicit as all of those other Republican monsters -- only in a slightly more palatable form. I, for one, hope the GOP continues its slide off the rails and that it continues to alienate middle-of-the-road and independent voters.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||11/11/2020|
They all sound terrible to us (because they are). But to half the voting population they're all acceptable choices and a couple are rock stars (Jr. and Tucker Carlson, who wasn't listed but who is being floated).
|by Anonymous||reply 13||11/11/2020|
I'm not going to pollute my beautiful mind by thinking about that.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||11/11/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 15||11/11/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 16||11/11/2020|
I think this is why DeSantis is creating a law that Florida citizens can shoot looters. He's trying to out-Trump Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||11/11/2020|
I hope some dirt or scandal comes up for Tom Cotton. He's a moron and a total stiff, but Republican worship all idiots like him.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||11/11/2020|
If Tucker Carlson wanted it, and if Trump didn’t run and endorsed him, he’d easily get the nom. That guy is a god to deplorables.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||11/11/2020|
[quote]I hope some dirt or scandal comes up for Tom Cotton. He's a moron and a total stiff, but Republican worship all idiots like him.
Six years ago, Anonymous took credit for outing him at JR's, a gay bar in DC, although the photo was immediately suspected of being doctored and he of course denied it was him.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||11/11/2020|
What about Miss Lindsey?
|by Anonymous||reply 21||11/11/2020|
The dems should be screaming about this from every corner in the country
Otherwise when it takes effect, the dems will be blamed for it
|by Anonymous||reply 22||11/11/2020|
If Trump Sr. runs, no one else will dare to challenge him for the nomination.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||11/11/2020|
If Trump runs again, there's a very good chance he will be the nominee!
I'm not putting it past the imbeciles in the GOP to try to elect him again!
|by Anonymous||reply 24||11/11/2020|
Who are we going to be running against? Kamala? She should be relatively easy to defeat IMO.
DeSantis is my preferred candidate.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||11/11/2020|
With any luck, he'll still be behind bars or he will have ODed .
|by Anonymous||reply 26||11/11/2020|
Another vote for Baio!
TV star is perfect preparation for GOP nomination.
I am worried he might not be a big enough asshole, though.
That’s also crucial.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||11/11/2020|
Regardless of any excellent leadership, I see our dimwitted, racist electorate voting for any white male who runs against Kamala. We already know AOC and the Squad will say awful things about her. I mean, they're saying them already.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||11/11/2020|
Even at 81, soon to be 82, a still-living (& healthy) Joe Biden will be our best bet in ‘24. As the results of this election showed, it’s very hard to beat an incumbent president. And, for what it’s worth, Biden’s sister & very close adviser, Valerie Biden Owens, has said he’ll be running for a 2nd term.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||11/11/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 30||11/11/2020|
Rand Paul, & then his neighbor whoops his ass.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||11/11/2020|
Don't forget Marsha Blackburn who is supporting the Trump hissy-fit.
Kentucky is bad? Try Tennessee.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||11/11/2020|
"Time for the ladies".
|by Anonymous||reply 33||11/11/2020|
Can we at least take 2 year year break from this campaign nonsense? Besides it's Tucker Carlson
|by Anonymous||reply 34||11/11/2020|
r11, unless Dan Crenshaw runs (...drool...), but I think Dan will just lie low for a few years (possibly shooting for the Senate). Dan's in an awkward place at the moment... too conservative to be a 2020 Democrat, but increasingly disturbed, distressed, and probably more than a little bit disillusioned by the Trumpian Republican Party.
As a Texan from Houston, switching parties would be political suicide for him right now... but the Democrats really ought to be nice to him, because I think he'd be one of the first to switch if he thought he could survive the backlash. He'll never be "progressive", but he's definitely more of a "South Park Republican" than a Trumpian. And smoking hot ;-)
|by Anonymous||reply 35||11/11/2020|
We haven't even sworn in the president for 2020. Can we please shut up about the 2024 election?
|by Anonymous||reply 36||11/12/2020|
After four years of being scolded, badgered, hectored, hounded and harassed by dictatorial Dems, 2024 voters will view Repubs as liberators from the oppressive Dem re-education camp.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||11/12/2020|
Dan Crenshaw, the snowflake who made SNL force Pete Davidson into an on-air apology and then demanded a slot on Weekend Update because they joked about his eye patch?
|by Anonymous||reply 38||11/12/2020|
How dare you. King Donald will have you put in the Tower!
|by Anonymous||reply 39||11/12/2020|
Horsey Hawley for VP.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||11/12/2020|
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger (sp?) has just had to go into quarantine because his wife has tested positive for Covid
|by Anonymous||reply 41||11/12/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 42||11/12/2020|
Dan Crenshaw, the Cyclops?
Seriously, R35, try using your brain instead of your cock for a change, and things will pick up for you.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||11/12/2020|
I love this pastor's crying on Biden winning. I wish I could drink his tears.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||11/12/2020|
I don't follow Dan Crenshaw because he's a douche, but it's heartening to hear that he's a moderate. I had him pegged for a full-retard Trump true believer.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||11/12/2020|
Ann, Rafalca, and I am ready to saddle up for 2024!
|by Anonymous||reply 46||11/12/2020|
r45, Dan actually took quite a bit of shit and criticism for fighting to get the Texas Log Cabin Republicans officially recognized by the Texas Republican Party.
Don't get me wrong... we're never going to see him looking like a leather-clad pirate on a float in the Houston Pride Parade showing off his 6-pack, but he's pretty mellow and tolerant when it comes to gay issues. He also illustrates perfectly that a politician doesn't have to loudly and proudly fart rainbows to quietly vote in favor of laws that help gay Americans. There's a huge "live and let live" middle ground.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||11/12/2020|
Off topic, R47, but what the fuck is the deal with Will Hurd? I assume glass closeted?
|by Anonymous||reply 48||11/12/2020|
I think if the GOP wants to wrest the party from Trump, they need to run someone with some personality against Ronna Romney McDaniel. Trump is backing her because she's such a suck-up.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||11/14/2020|
Crenshaw isn't pro-gay or a moderate.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||11/14/2020|
I'm tanned, rested, ready ... and SINGLE!
|by Anonymous||reply 51||11/14/2020|
Is Sarah still a force in MAGAland? She wasn’t much in evidence during Trump's reign of terror. They need to find someone who can maintain the base. This will have to be someone with a big personality and strong brand recognition like him. I can’t think of anyone right now.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||11/14/2020|
Trump may threaten to run in 2024, but he never will. Trump will never allow himself to be put in a position of losing on such a grand scale ever again.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||11/14/2020|
r50, Crenshaw isn't "pro-gay", but he's definitely not anti-gay, either. He's not an ally, but he's not an enemy. He's an example of the big ambivalent middle (which, by Republican standards, IS almost semi/kind-of/sort-of pro-gay).
|by Anonymous||reply 54||11/14/2020|
All Republicans are anti-gay.....when they support their anti-gay colleagues and support anti-gay justices being appointed to the Supreme Court
|by Anonymous||reply 55||11/14/2020|
dan crenshaw is an enemy. I don't give a shit if he appears to side with gays once in a while, or he doesn't outright hate us, but don't ever forget that he's an overall piece of shit
|by Anonymous||reply 56||11/14/2020|
They're all disgusting.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||11/14/2020|
Fuck off OP we don't need any more threads on politics especially shit four years from now just fuck off already.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||11/14/2020|
The Republicans are fortunate that they have a deep bench to draw from.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||11/14/2020|
I’m not a fan of Crenshaw. I don’t dislike him but he is definitely not prez material.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||11/14/2020|
r56, ok, fine... YOU go find a magical unicorn of a pro-gay Democrat with a snowball's chance in hell of winning in Crenshaw's district. The fact is, we're damn lucky Crenshaw is as gay-ambivalent as he is, because you know DAMN WELL just about anyone who could beat Crenshaw would probably be orders of magnitude worse. Sometimes, you just have to settle for partial non-loss & consider yourself lucky. He's as officially non-anti-gay as Texas voters will allow him to be, and substantially more tolerant in his personal life.
The harsh reality is, Texas isn't a liberal state, has NEVER been one (even when Democrats ran the show there), and won't become one EVEN IF the Republican party implodes and nominal Democrats start winning there.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||11/14/2020|
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott doesn't rule out 2024 presidential bid.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||11/15/2020|
No one can say or do anything until Trump says he won’t run again. Anyone who pushes back against Trump will have no future in the Republican Party so someone who is a complete asskisser will probably get the nomination. Maybe Pompeo?
|by Anonymous||reply 63||11/15/2020|
I think Trump will announce he's running again as a grift, so he can still keep taking donations to pay for his legal expenses. That's something the party is going to have to find a way to work around.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||11/15/2020|
R62, Gov. Abbott would be like FDR redux.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||11/15/2020|
How would Gov. Abbott be like FDR?
|by Anonymous||reply 66||11/15/2020|
It’s fun to look at history. FDR waited until the bitter end to announce he was running for a controversial third term. Meanwhile, he encouraged likely candidates to run including his VP. The front runners destroyed each other and then he announced and got the nomination easily. Trump could do something similar but he’ll need the 2024 race as a way to raise millions for himself.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||11/15/2020|
I think the GOP needs to enact a rule that the party will not nominate anyone who has not served a full term in office. That won't eliminate their Trump problem, but it will eliminate the problem of other populist business men who have no experience actually running a government.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||11/15/2020|
LOL at Trump dominating the GOP all the way to 2024, and all these douchebags (Abbott, Cruz, Cotton, et al.) having to cool their heels for another 4 years, until 2028. Pleasure-filled bonus: them having to kiss Trump's fat ass the whole time to stay on the good side of his 72 million cult members.
Downside: Media breathlessly reports it all.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||11/15/2020|
[quote]I think the GOP needs to enact a rule that the party will not nominate anyone who has not served a full term in office.
Just need to require to show taxes for the last 10 years before running for office. That will eliminate Trump and his family members.
I think they pocketed most of his campaign donations.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||11/15/2020|
I'm starting to see puff pieces about Trump running for office in 2024 - the kind of junk pieces we saw for Pence before the election. It seems like the Trump folks are putting their feelers out - but why put out feelers if they were confident? I wonder if they are getting pushback behind the scenes.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||11/15/2020|
Chris Christie is co-chairing the George Battleground Fund in order to get the two GOP Senators re-elected to Congress.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||11/15/2020|
[quote] Chris Christie is co-chairing the George Battleground Fund in order to get the two GOP Senators re-elected to Congress.
Loeffler, an appointed senator, has never been elected to anything. As she is the weaker candidate, I just wish Ossoff, our stronger candidate, was matched up against her so we could have a better chance at taking at least one of those seats.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||11/16/2020|
So, Karl Rove is heading up the Georgia fundraising effort, assisted by Dan Quayle, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley as honorary co-chairs, and also by Nick Ayers, Haley Barbour, and a few other Republican fundraisers.
Two interesting points: 1) Nick Ayers is famous for running the heck away from the Trump Administration, when they were looking to move him into the Chief of Staff position; 2) Christie has announced that he's considering a 2024 run, but Politico only mentioned Nikki Haley as a likely 2024 contender.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||11/16/2020|
What the fuck experience does motherfucking blowhard asshole Junior bring to the office of the president?
Go run for city council and gain some political experience you douchebag.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||11/16/2020|
Larry Hogan teases presidential run. It sounds like he's trying to position himself as a new Reagan. I don't think it will work because he was too anti-Trump for the Republican party, but it's an interesting angle to play.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||11/17/2020|
Sasse will still be viable. No idea about the rest.
Don't fucking bother us with this again for the next two years, OP. CUNT.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||11/17/2020|
You type fat, R77
|by Anonymous||reply 78||11/17/2020|
I am the Fat Whore OP of both the 24 hour chocolate chip cookie thread and the Bacon questions thread that have been around recently.
Fat whores of the Datalounge, unite! But not too close because.. fat.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||11/17/2020|
Politico speculated about Pence's future. Some feel if Trump announces a 2024 run, Pence will squash his own presidential ambitions. There was also another piece out today, about how Pence could do something like run Liberty university. If I didn't know better, I would think that Pence is fishing for a job offer, LOL.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||Last Wednesday at 1:31 PM|
Please do not underestimate the stupidity of 70+million voters who voted for Trump. The Democrats lost seats in the House and didn't flip the Senate as expected. They are in a an extremely vulnerable position in '24.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||Last Wednesday at 1:37 PM|
Pence could be successful as the anti-Trump Trump. There were many people in the 2020 election who said they agreed with Trump’s policies but didn’t like Trump and so they ended up voting against him. If Pence could retain the Trump voters and add on the anti-Trump voters who agreed with his policies, it could be a winning combination for him in 2024.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||Last Wednesday at 1:41 PM|
[quote]how Pence could do something like run Liberty university
He'd be perfect for that job.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||Last Wednesday at 1:54 PM|
I don't see Pence retaining Trump voters, because Trump voters prefer authoritarians. I think a Trump voter once referred to Pence as acting like Trump's supportive wife.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||Last Wednesday at 1:59 PM|
Whoever they run in 2024 is going to have to be a FREAK. They’re all freaks, of course, but after Trump they’re going to have to keep it ramped up. People won’t be flying massive Pence or Romney flags from the backs their pickup trucks like the hillbilly Taliban caravans we were treated to this year.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||Last Wednesday at 2:07 PM|
[quote] They are in a an extremely vulnerable position in '24.
Not to mention '22.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||Last Wednesday at 2:11 PM|
Pence is too "beta" for most Trump-lovers. Also, no novelty value. They'll migrate to someone else, like Cotton or Pompeo.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||Last Thursday at 9:46 AM|
We'll see how "vulnerable" the Democratic candidates are after two years of regular order and democratic government. Living in the maelstrom of Donald made it seem normal after a while but it's not.
See how people feel after the fog clears.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||Last Thursday at 9:47 AM|
Trump won't be running in 2024. He'll be dead before then.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||Last Thursday at 10:05 AM|
He'll declare that he's running in 2024 so that he can continue to milk the faithful of their money.
His kids will set up PACs so that they can continue to milk the faithful of their money.
This is a new revenue stream for Trump Org and they will use it until they die or are prohibited from participating by a court order (a la their "charitable foundation")
|by Anonymous||reply 90||Last Thursday at 10:14 AM|
Pence solves the imperfect vessel problem that Trump had. Pence will be the religious, and more soft-spoken, version of Trump. His competition will all try to out-Trump him though, as GOP candidates used to fight to be seen as most like Reagan.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||Last Thursday at 10:42 AM|
A NJ columnist thinks that Trump will endorse Pence for president. If he doesn't endorse, then most likely Tom Cotton will take the Trump lane in the primaries. In the center-right bracket, he thinks it will come down to Haley and Christie.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||Last Friday at 1:40 PM|
Christie is wishful thinking. He’s toast. Anyone who crossed Trump is dead in the water.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||Last Friday at 1:45 PM|
It's going to be Paul Ryan. He's the only one who can legitimately say "I was so disgusted by Trump that I left Congress and politics completely".
|by Anonymous||reply 94||Last Friday at 1:46 PM|
R94 No, it really isn't. Anyone who runs in 2024 has to be demonstrably anti-amnesty. Anyone who has flirted with being pro-amnesty in the past is dead in the water.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||Last Friday at 1:50 PM|
R76 Definitely DOA
R81 They're vulnerable in 2024 because Kamala sucks.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||Last Friday at 1:52 PM|
[quote] It's going to be Paul Ryan. He's the only one who can legitimately say "I was so disgusted by Trump that I left Congress and politics completely".
Is this a game of who Democrats would pick as the GOP nominee if they had the power to do so? These are pretty off-the-wall predictions.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||Last Friday at 2:01 PM|
For some reason, I can't link to the story, but CNN says that Pompeo is seen as "auditioning" for the Presidency while on his Israel trip. And apparently he's aggressively courting contacts behind-the-scenes.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||Last Friday at 2:09 PM|
R96, she only sucks according to idiots like you.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||Last Friday at 2:41 PM|
Ryan/Schock ‘24. They’re tanned, ripped and rested.
But seriously Pompeo, Cotton and DeSantis are terrifying choices. They’re as corrupt and malignant as Trump, but they’re smart. Well, maybe DeSantis isn’t.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||Last Friday at 2:58 PM|
DeSantis is as dumb as Trump
|by Anonymous||reply 101||Last Friday at 3:06 PM|
I think DeSantis is too controversial and Pompeo is too dull. Cotton's problem is going to be name-recognition - outside of his home state and Fox viewers, folks have probably never heard of him unless they follow politics.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||Last Friday at 3:25 PM|
It feels like there are two Republican parties - the GOP party of Trump and the GOP party of Karl Rove. Karl Rove's party is throwing an early convention down in Georgia, while the party of Trump feasts its agonized eyes on the cult leader in the bunker. The party of Karl Rove doesn't appear to need Trump anymore.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||Last Friday at 3:54 PM|
Sassy is probably the least vile, but that’s not saying much.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||Last Saturday at 9:31 AM|
[quote] Cotton's problem is going to be name-recognition
I can't wait for the inevitable, "will black people pick Cotton?" jokes.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||Last Saturday at 10:45 AM|
Calling it now: Cotton/Noem.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||Last Saturday at 11:52 AM|
Noem is like an even dumber Sarah Palin. And she probably killed thousands of people with the Sturgis motorcycle rally
|by Anonymous||reply 107||Last Saturday at 11:53 AM|
But 'freedumb' trumps (as it were) everything, r107. Buffalo Barbie is clearly positioning herself as Donald Trump with a vagina.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||Last Saturday at 12:28 PM|
[quote]Buffalo Barbie is clearly positioning herself as Donald Trump with a vagina.
So she'll be grabbing her own pussy?
|by Anonymous||reply 109||Last Saturday at 3:14 PM|
Who gives a flying shit about ANY of this. Seriously. Biden and Harris aren't in the WH. Yet there's some speculative absurd thread on DL about which ReThug creeps will be running for president in 2024?!
Dump will be dead by then or will have slipped even deeper into his dementia. Pompous Payola is another disgusting fat fuck who might stroke out by then, ditto for Chris Crusty.
Dump's children will have fled to Lord knows where. Dump's rabid gun-toting hillbilly part of his base, will have forgotten about why they loved him in the first place, while the other half will have died from Covid.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||Last Saturday at 4:06 PM|
Why do we care about 2024? First of all, the Republicans themselves are looking ahead. It's fascinating to see them jockeying for position, trying to make a place for themselves in the line-up. Sure, Trump could come back at the last minute and try to blow them up again in the primaries, but that's something they are all aware of - so it will be interesting if they can correct some of their mistakes from 2016. If they want to avoid another 16-candidate slate, there needs to be a couple of front-runners by 2022.
Secondly, the Republicans are at an inflection point - a lot of the old establishment became never-Trumpers and left. It feels like Karl Rove is using the Georgia election as a call-to-arms for the new establishment to coalesce and get everybody back into line. But even if Trump stroked out tomorrow, there's always going to be some conservative commentator willing to stoke the flames. So the new establishment has to figure out how to deal with the crazies - the old crazies were mostly Evangelicals, but the new crazies worship Trump, so throwing them the abortion bone won't work with this group. Over the next four years we're going to see how the Republicans re-form themselves.
Third - the obvious takeaway from the election is that while Trump lost, the Republicans did pretty well for themselves. With Trump out of office, how many of the voters who split their ticket and voted for Biden will go back to the GOP? A lot will depend on how the Biden administration copes with Trump's continued chaos out of office, and a lot will depend on who the Republicans choose to carry their banner in 2024. So we're using this thread to discuss how things are playing out.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||Last Sunday at 3:34 AM|
I feel he will be killed because he owes money to the mafia and probably with interest and he is broke. Everything this racist,rapist,lying mentally ill man touches dies and it looks like his hands are on Americans and America. All his businesses have failed, from football to steaks.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||Last Sunday at 4:56 AM|
It's going to be Ivanka, surely?
|by Anonymous||reply 113||Last Sunday at 5:26 AM|
R99 did u not see how far she got in the *Dem* primary?
|by Anonymous||reply 114||Last Sunday at 5:33 AM|
R113 I wouldn’t vote for her.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||Last Sunday at 5:34 AM|
Ivanka melts whenever she's asked hard questions. The cult wants an authoritarian, and she doesn't project that.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||Last Sunday at 6:43 AM|
I foresee another battle for the soul of the party. The GOP leadership, who are currently celebrating their freshman class of 13 women, still clearly don’t get it and haven’t learned the lesson of Trump. It also looks like they’re ready to make a deal with Biden on immigration. They don’t understand the base and don’t even attempt to try. Whoever comes along like Trump in 2016 and gives the GOP leadership what’s coming to them, that is the person who will be the nominee.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||Last Sunday at 7:42 AM|
The Dems look very divided and it would be nice if the GOP could seize the day by being united, but I’m seeing troubling things from the GOP leadership that will need to be corrected.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||Last Sunday at 7:45 AM|
I thought you flounced away from DL, DeFecto.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||Last Sunday at 8:16 AM|
I agree that we're going to see a struggle for control of the party, between the pragmatists who want to get something done and the incendiaries who just want to throw grenades without regards to the party. I think a lot is going to depend on who becomes the next GOP chair - if they keep McDaniel, she's such a Trump ass-kisser they're going to be under Trump's thumb for the next four years.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||Last Sunday at 9:14 AM|
A poll released today found that 66% of Republicans want Trump to run again in 2024.
Which means no one else will be able to.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||Yesterday at 10:51 AM|
I say: bring it on. Along with the indictments against his entire family and everyone Trump-adjacent in the past 4 years.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||Yesterday at 10:55 AM|
Donald Trump running as an obese 78-year-old four years from now? Fat chance. He'll be yesterday's news by then.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||Yesterday at 11:05 AM|
I think the only thing I want to ever read about Trump or any of the horrible people mentioned is their obituaries if they even rate them after being lined up against a wall and shot. Resist!
|by Anonymous||reply 124||Yesterday at 11:13 AM|