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Who is going to win democrat nominee?

Bernie Sanders
23
47%
Joe Biden
19
39%
Elizabeth Warren
4
8%
Other
3
6%
#15069688
Bernie Sanders is the strongest candidate with the most prospects.
Bloomberg could try to cheat his way to a victory, especially if it's true that he's planning to put Hillary Clinton as his VP.

If Bernie won, he'll probably beat Trump in general elections.
#15069691
Rich wrote:
Oh for God's sake is there no end to lefties falsification of history. Hawaiian society was hideously reactionary. We liberated the ordinary Hawaiians from semi slavery.



"King Kalakaua died in 1891 and was succeeded by his sister, Liliuokalani, who proposed a new constitution that would restore powers of the monarchy and extend voting rights for native Hawaiians. The queen’s actions angered many of Hawaii’s white businessmen, who formed a 13-member Committee of Safety with the goal of overthrowing the monarchy and seeking annexation by the United States."
https://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/17/jan-17-1893-hawaiian-monarchy-overthrown-by-america-backed-businessmen/

We go over this in greater detail, but seriously, wtf.
#15069705
Tainari88 wrote:Yes, you break Christian doctrine every single day. You are a fake.

You can go and ask for a Halleluyah....because the reality is you a racist, ignorant and bigoted man. You spend more time in here praising Trump of God and don't care if the guy does whatever that is sinful. Trump hardly goes to chruch. You spend more time on politics than on religion and helping others Hindsite.

I don't see myself as racist, ignorant, or bigoted. President Trump is very busy being President of the USA. Going to church is not a priority when one can see many Christian sermons on television these days. I spend more time on politics than religion on here because this is a politics forum.

Tainari88 wrote:You lie all the time against me. Against anyone who dares to question the rule of Trump.

I am pretty sure I am telling the truth as I know it.

Tainari88 wrote:I have never seen such a heretic as bad as you are Hindsite.

But, have fun in the lake of fire of your own making.

Until you realize how racist, and ignorant your opinions are on here? I don't care if you pray for me or not.

I have enough people praying for me who are true Christians. You can keep your fake prayers for your fake thoughts.

Okay.

Tainari88 wrote:I think @annatar1914 told you the truth about Aesop's fables. The wolf in sheeps clothing. The problem is you don't have enough of an education to be a good wolf.

You might consider working on being a more informed Devil. Because the Christian you are now is a complete and utter failure!

Surely, even with all my faults and inferior education, you must agree that I am still a near genius.

A video for you. Enjoy.

#15070095
The Democrat voters are finally going to put Bernie up. That's what it looks like currently.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/democratic- ... h-carolina

They're all scared he's got this. A killer Super Tuesday for Bernie will send a few of them packing.

Although I think Trump is certain to win in November, I want to see Bernie win the nomination in a final repudiation of Hillary Clinton's legacy dammit. I want to see the contest we were originally promised before that cheater stole it.

Chris Matthews is a Nazi obsessed nut, lol:


https://www.businessinsider.com/msnbcs- ... nts-2020-2
#15071240
colliric wrote:The Democrat voters are finally going to put Bernie up. That's what it looks like currently.

However, Joe Biden is beginning to come on strong with his win in South Carolina.
#15071248
Meh, Biden should have dropped out instead of Buttigeg. I don't know what underhanded deal this was but basically this might kill Bernie candidacy if Warren doesn't drop out.
#15071252
JohnRawls wrote:Meh, Biden should have dropped out instead of Buttigeg.


Biden won the primary. So he's suddenly back in contention again. Klobuchar and Warren will be finished next. Bloomberg clearly doesn't care about his own money so he'll be in till late.
#15071256
colliric wrote:Biden won the primary. So he's suddenly back in contention again. Klobuchar and Warren will be finished next. Bloomberg clearly doesn't care about his own money so he'll be in till late.


He probably will drop out the same way Buttigeg did. To consolidate all of the vote under Biden. Well, all of the vote who don't consider themselves lefties/progressives.
#15071263
JohnRawls wrote:He probably will drop out the same way Buttigeg did. To consolidate all of the vote under Biden. Well, all of the vote who don't consider themselves lefties/progressives.


Bingo! That's exactly why Bloomberg is in in the first place, to consolidate the vote around Biden. Warren is in still to suck air out of Sanders campaign talking points, Klobuchar is there to be Biden's running mate, and Sanders is there to make Biden look moderate Liberal until after the DNC nomination for Biden is secured.

And Biden? He's running for second place so President Trump can easily win re-election in 2020.
#15071265
annatar1914 wrote:Bingo! That's exactly why Bloomberg is in in the first place, to consolidate the vote around Biden. Warren is in still to suck air out of Sanders campaign talking points, Klobuchar is there to be Biden's running mate, and Sanders is there to make Biden look moderate Liberal until after the DNC nomination for Biden is secured.

And Biden? He's running for second place so President Trump can easily win re-election in 2020.


In darker moods, I sometimes think Trump will end up President-for-Life. At any rate, that hardly even matters anymore. The Democrats haven't been an opposition party in many decades. They both fundamentally adhere to oligarchic rule as the natural fate of humanity; the only debate is which group will administer the state.
#15071268
quetzalcoatl wrote:In darker moods, I sometimes think Trump will end up President-for-Life. At any rate, that hardly even matters anymore. The Democrats haven't been an opposition party in many decades. They both fundamentally adhere to oligarchic rule as the natural fate of humanity; the only debate is which group will administer the state.


I am basically a follower of Oswald Spengler when it comes to Meta-historical trends, so I pretty well see an upcoming time of an analogue to the ''Caesars'' and their Greco-Roman Imperium, for a similar period in the West, Spengler's ''Faustian Civilization''.

The Republic is dead and lies ripe for one-man rule, but nobody yet among the Oligarchs quite dares to do anything and be the first to claim the throne for fear of the rest quickly turning on them.
#15071270
colliric wrote:The Democrat voters are finally going to put Bernie up. That's what it looks like currently.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/democratic- ... h-carolina

They're all scared he's got this. A killer Super Tuesday for Bernie will send a few of them packing.

Although I think Trump is certain to win in November, I want to see Bernie win the nomination in a final repudiation of Hillary Clinton's legacy dammit. I want to see the contest we were originally promised before that cheater stole it.

Chris Matthews is a Nazi obsessed nut, lol:


https://www.businessinsider.com/msnbcs- ... nts-2020-2


I agree completely. A Sanders nomination guarantees two things:

1) a repudiation by the Democratic base of three decades of Clintonism.
2) giving the voters a clear ideological choice in the general election.

I am, however, skeptical that anything short of 1991 delegates going into the Convention will get him there. A second round guarantees it will go to the superdelegates, and they will select Biden. This will destroy the Party for a generation, but they won't care.

A more immediate concern will be the fate of the planetary ecosphere, which is going to take a beating under the best of circumstances. 2020 will be the last exit for any kind of effective international cooperative solution - neither Trump nor Biden will get it done.
#15071276
As Bernie himself said, it's the most important election in American history. But that could be his so-called Trump-style megalomania lol
#15071728
I was surprised to see Mayor Pete bow out before Super Tuesday.

I just can't see it being Sanders. He's a socialist lunatic with a weak heart.

The day before Super Tuesday I'm going to say Joe Biden gets the nod. He'll lose the election, as I think Sanders would.

Of course, after tomorrow, it could all be different!
#15071793
ProPhoto wrote:I've heard that before, literally, every Presidential election I've ever voted in.


Sure, but I think people intuitively understand how important it is. At the very least it's important for the Democrats.
#15071799
Donna wrote:As Bernie himself said, it's the most important election in American history.

No, that would be the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860.

But that could be his so-called Trump-style megalomania lol

Megalomania is an asset in a politician seeking election.
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