Thoughts on the Democratic Primary

Sep 2019
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I'm going to go ahead and tell you

I held my nose and voted for Hillary, just because I couldn't have it on my conscience to have had a part in trump being president

therefore, again, I'll vote for whoever the Dem candidate is, again, no matter who it is.

hopefully I won't have to hold my nose again, but if I do, oh well
fuck trump
I have grown to wish I had voted for HillBill…..even though it would have made no difference.
 
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Jul 2019
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It is more important to get rid of garbage Senators like Graham and McConnell.
amen.

hoping the voters in KY & SC can pull that off for us

sucks we all can't vote against two of the most powerful men in the Country (esp. McConnell)
 
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amen.

hoping the voters in KY & SC can pull that off for us

sucks we all can't vote against two of the most powerful men in the Country (esp. McConnell)
He is exceedingly unpopular here, as was Bevin....we shall see. In fact the new Republican DA here has asked the FBI to investigate Bevins pardons.
 
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Feb 2019
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here and there
I've thought this person, that person and this person were going to win the whole thing at some point. But sitting here on October 21st, I have a strong feeling about this: I don't have a fucking clue.

I have no freaking idea who's going to win it. Not a clue. The three top runners right now and for awhile have been Biden, Warren and Sanders. I think that group will probably be around for awhile. However there are signs any number of people could jump up.

  • Pete Buttigieg is polling at 17% in Iowa. If he can sneak in and get 1st or 2nd in the Iowa Caucus, that could be a big boost to his candidacy.
  • Kamalah Harris blew up in early polls but has fallen in recent months. But she's still a strong candidate who could improve her debate performances as the field whittles down.
  • Andrew Yang continues to do one thing: Rise, rise rise, and raise raise raise. His base continues to grow and his appeal as a non-traditional candidate serves him well in a field of politicians.
  • Klobuchar is coming off her best debate performance and people are looking for a moderate candidate not named Joe Biden. Klobuchar's midwest appeal makes her a very attractive candidate
  • Tusli Gabbard just barely made the debate stage, but now Hillary Clinton's comments seem to be causing a surge of support for Gabbard. I think she's still a significant long shot, but she's not going away any time soon.

I have no clue...
Last I heard this is who is in the lead to win the DNC primary

 
Feb 2018
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I notice all the media seems to be pushing Biden. The DISH guide for the debate on CNN tonight lists "Biden, Buttigieg, and Klobuchar". They seem to want nothing to do with anyone too far from establishment status quo.

Sorry. We are living in radical times with radical political conditions imposed on us, and we need a radical progressive solution. Status quo means more of the same in some form ..... more of what got us here.