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Democratic Presidential Campaigns for 2020
Posted 17 May 2019 - 06:03 AM
There are things you shouldn't apologize for. You should never apologize for the things that are out of your control. He had no control over his race or whether he was male or female. If a female candidate isn't getting press it isn't because they are female, it's because they are uninteresting candidates. The press would love to jump on the Kamala Harris bandwagon. Problem is that she has no personality. Beto is showing he might be out of his League.
I am okay with that!
And Elizabeth Warren not wanting to do a town hall on Fox News isn't about Fox being "a hate for profit network". It's about her not wanting to answer opposing questions.
Posted 09 June 2019 - 05:29 PM
Two guys who don't stand a snowball's chance in Hell of winning as the top name on the ticket in 2020.
More reasons why O' Rourke is hollow:
The excuse that:
"He is a blank slate that is waiting to be filled by our hopes and dreams for the United States," the woman said, introducing O’Rourke to the crowd."
...is not a compliment. It reinforces the belief that O'Rourke is not abut anything, has no ideas or convictions of his own. He's merely a puppet waiting for someone to write an idea on a piece of paper and slide it under his head cap. That is not going to appeal to anyone looking for someone who has a real sense of their issues and can get down to discussing real solutions--or anyone not drinking that DNC/entertainment business Flavor Aid.
Posted 26 June 2019 - 08:38 PM
"Senator Warren, do you have a plan to deal with Mitch McConnell if he is still Senate Majority Leader?
Yadda yadda yadda win back the Senate"
A nice follow up would have been "Senator Warren, if Mitch McConnell it's still Senate Leader when you're elected then your haven't won back the Senate. So you plan is WHAT again?
Posted 26 June 2019 - 11:59 PM
Watched a little. The crowd doesn't care about anything except abortion. They could literally just say "Abortion yay!" and win the debate.
No kidding. One would think its the issue of the century right up there with terrorism, homelessness and illegal immigration.
The short of it all, this was truly a Not Ready for Prime-Time Players sideshow; Warren typically promised things that she will never be able to pull off, and De Blasio was there for what reason? Someone should ask him about his record, just to watch him stutter. Then, there was know-nothing O'Rourke, who continued to prove he...knows nothing, especially when he seemed to be the "y--yeah, me too!" person to the ideas of others.
Oh, then there's the gun issue. Democrats really need to learn from the past--meaning if they ever think they're going to seriously curb or halt gun manufacturing/sales, just ask Obama, Clinton, Carter and Ouija board Lyndon Johnson about even tip-toeing in that direction.