- Sep 27, 2013
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Amy's best chance is as someone's VP. That president then gets impeached or killed and Amy becomes president.
Statistically, as a 78 year old who just had a heart attack, Bernie has 3.5 years to go. I don't think he will pick Amy though. Tulsi, maybe? What a dream ticket that would be.Amy's best chance is as someone's VP. That president then gets impeached or killed and Amy becomes president.
Please please please please.I don't think he will pick Amy though. Tulsi, maybe? What a dream ticket that would be.
Her or someone like Nina Turner. Either way, hard pass for me. Let them get crushed. Bass can let us know which 3rd party candidate is the least insane this year.Please please please please.
That is literally a replay McCain’s Palin desperation. Old white man picks young, good looking woman from non-contiguous state with semi-radical views.
Of course. But I could get behind it if it eliminated federal welfare programs. I think it's a political winner. Dems like it because they're getting cash for their constituents. Repubs like it because it eliminates a ton of federal bureaucracies and busy bodies. Won't be a perfect solution, but I think a net good.I have to ask, S2, Tulsi says she’s supporting Yang’s idea of Universal Basic Income. I didn’t know that was part of her deal. I assume you and other Libertarians hate that idea?
Bernie is the front runner. Yes- they will try and rig it and they will probably take Bernie out at the convention. Expect a riot. Good luck with the Bernie Bros. in the general election!70-75% of the party should never, and will not this cycle, be beholden to a radical 20-25% of the party.
Go form your own party.
If they have to rig it up, superdelegates or whatever, so that Sanders can’t win, well ... that’s where I’m at right now.
The two primaries are structured differently. The GOP primary has had more winner-takes-all-delegates states and even a number of those that aren't reward proportionately more to the leader in votes. The Dem primary is mostly proportional. It's much harder to rack up a prohibitive delegate lead in the Democratic primaries.Interesting take by Karl Rove. To paraphrase, the rise of Buttigieg and Klobuchar makes it more difficult for any Dem candidate to get enough delegates to win nomination prior to the convention if Sanders, Mayo Pete, Amy, and Bloomberg keep splitting up the delegates, not to mention whatever Biden and Warren get. Most, except Super Tuesday losers, will stay in the race into April.
That may seem like an obvious conclusion, but typically, even with the 2016 GOP primaries, the race was down to a few candidates, but one candidate (Trump) was taking the lead, winning more states/delegates, but with only a plurality of the vote. It wasn’t until Rubio dropped out, then later Cruz, that Trump’s ultimate win was becoming apparent and Kasich gave up his hope of a brokered convention. And each of those candidates had different lanes that they were appealing to.
Yes, massive amounts of “8 year olds“ came “unaccompanied“ from Central America and Obama/Biden reunited them with relatives. O/B were just doing them a favor by putting them in the “cages”. It was an act of compassion.Biden explains that the cages Obama put children in were good cages....
Betting odds aren’t based on what the bookmakers think is the true outcome.Good news howie, Amy is up to about a 5% chance of winning the nomination according to betting money.
The bad news is that Bloomberg fella that you said wouldn’t have an impact on the race is up to 33% chance of winning.
Your political instincts really suck Howie.
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It’s pretty amazing the way he fires back at the audacity to question their policy. Ramos would never let an R get away with that.Yes, massive amounts of “8 year olds“ came “unaccompanied“ from Central America and Obama/Biden reunited them with relatives. O/B were just doing them a favor by putting them in the “cages”. It was an act of compassion.