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Biden super PAC warns of 'doomsday scenario'
Posted by: Filliam H. Muffman
Date: February 11, 2020 08:26PM
What... Clinton is going to enter the race? smiley-laughing001

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Yang supporters are the ones most likely this time to take their votes and stay home to decimate Democratic turnout.



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Re: Biden super PAC warns of 'doomsday scenario'
Posted by: Acer
Date: February 11, 2020 09:31PM
Yang? Hillary lost PA, WI & MI by a few thousand, not a few dozen.



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Re: Biden super PAC warns of 'doomsday scenario'
Posted by: SteveO
Date: February 12, 2020 12:44PM
Sanders is the only viable candidate who is truly a Progressive. Warren, eh, she used to be that back when she gave the bankers hell and started the CFPB, but imo doesn't seem as committed anymore. I'll reserve full judgement on that, though, 'til November. She'd sure still get my vote either way.

Klobuchar isn't terribly different than Biden, so to pretend the sky is falling if Klobuchar gets it...sounds pretty hypocritical. The Biden funders et al are scared that the Ds might start doing things for the working class again, and thus distance themselves from the Rs. Can't have that.

As Sanders continues to make headway, expect more and more crazy-azz Establishment bs stories about him and the armageddon that would happen if he's elected.
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Re: Biden super PAC warns of 'doomsday scenario'
Posted by: vision63
Date: February 12, 2020 01:37PM
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SteveO
Sanders is the only viable candidate who is truly a Progressive. Warren, eh, she used to be that back when she gave the bankers hell and started the CFPB, but imo doesn't seem as committed anymore. I'll reserve full judgement on that, though, 'til November. She'd sure still get my vote either way.

Klobuchar isn't terribly different than Biden, so to pretend the sky is falling if Klobuchar gets it...sounds pretty hypocritical. The Biden funders et al are scared that the Ds might start doing things for the working class again, and thus distance themselves from the Rs. Can't have that.

As Sanders continues to make headway, expect more and more crazy-azz Establishment bs stories about him and the armageddon that would happen if he's elected.

He lost Iowa after spending $50 million and campaigning there since 2016. He won New Hampshire with 60% in 2016 but he merely tied Pete this year underperforming with 27% and spending $6 million. He's done nothing that's truly "progressive" other than flap his jaws (exception, a single bill co-sponsored with McCain re: veterans). He can't even explain how he'll get anything done. Warren gets skewered about it but he's graded differently of course.

Fun Fact: They tried single payer in Vermont, Berniecare. Yeah, they dumped it because it nearly became bankrupt. There are a million stories about it, but does anyone ever even breathe anything about it? No. Because he's Bernie Sanders, leader of wildlings.

Why Bernie Sanders' Single-Payer Health Care Plan Failed in Vermont
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