Who do you prefer to see in the 2020 presidential race? Looks like it will be one of these two guys.
Looks like Joe Biden is gonna get the nod for the Democratic
nomination, leaving independent candidate Bernie Sanders in the
dust, with Gabbard in last place without a single delegate.
As for the Republican nomination, Bill Weld still thinks he
has a chance. Even though he is in the same boat as Gabbard.
Of course, let's start this discussion by saying that the democratic party is sexist, racist, against people with disabilities, and anti-semitic, among other nasty things.
George Wallace is no longer governor of Alabama, having passed away
years ago. The only good thing he ever did in his entire adult life
was pave the way for Jimmy Carter (who was everything George Wallace
But David Duke is alive and well, every bit the racist and bigot he
has always been. Duke is the guy who gave us all the party of Donald
Trump. Not George Wallace or any Democrat.
The one thing David Duke has never been a day in his life is
a Democrat. Always and forever a proud Republican. A very racist
and bigoted Republican, but always and forever a Republican.
Now that that's out of the way, back to my question: Biden or Sanders?
The Lone Ranger, with Tonto as his mate!
I won't talk bad about anyone from here on out:
Bernie is toast. Not that he did anything wrong as a candidate.
The voters he was appealing to did not go out and vote. If he is
unable to get them to the polls and vote, he has zero chance to
win the Democratic nomination. Voters age 18-34 are his main
support. Without them, he is nothing. What polls were showing
was water vapor. Nothing at all substantial.
Biden can be a good generic do-nothing type of president like Obama. He'll sign off on stuff that his party wants, ignore Republicans in Congress,
probably not start any wars or even care about the military much at all. These are the dreary semi-good things about Sniffy Joe.
The news media has been going crazy, talking about how well Biden
did on Super Tuesday, blowing all the other candidates away. But
when you look at the results, his numbers were stagnant. Warren
derailed Bloomberg, but gained no votes of her own. Biden did not
gain votes so much as Sanders failing to get his own vote out.
Sanders, on the other hand, is endorsed by the far-left, which means that unlike Joe, he might actually go to extreme measures. Legalize marijuana
the federal level? Ok, we can get past that but then - expand the NY/CA style bail reform to the entire country - that sounds a little painful.
Sanders is not a radical or extremist. He does present himself
as a type of lone ranger, going against the grain of both political
parties. Most people agree with his views, such as legalizing
marijuana (small amounts), free college tuition, criminal justice
reform, and access to quality health care (medicare for all).
Big Pharma does not like him. Corporate Fat Cats do not like him.
But everyday people love him. And that is why he could never be
allowed to win the nomination of any major political party, or win
Bernie Sanders is the Norman Thomas of our times. His views will
be adopted by both major parties and be made a part of America itself. Regardless of who is to become our next president(s).
If I were a registered Democrat, which I will never be, I'd vote for Corrupt Joe instead of Sleazy Sanders as the less of 2 evils.
Doesn't matter. His views are the future of us all.
We Put Big Loads In Tight Places
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