Discussion in 'GatorNana's Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by gatorfan5220, Nov 21, 2019.
This is ridiculous. What a horrible group.
I have an autocorrect feature that is horrific.
That said the Democratic group looks pitiful.
At least you are consistent...
So which group of Democrats looked great to you?
Is grammar why the pool sucks so horribly, or just the DNC tactic du jure to detract from the harsh reality?
I mean...like right on cue, one guy pounces, then the pile on, like a memo went out or something...
The pool sucks ass.
Agree, or disagree?
All of them represent a better option than the current guy in the WH.
It’s hilarious hearing the critiques about the Democrat candidates given the circus that was the Republican primaries in 2016 that elected the head clown. In case you forgot, we were subjected to intellectual conversations like where women bleed from and whose hands were bigger.
People say this when they need an excuse to vote for Trump again. "I didn't want to vote for him again, I swear! But the Democratic hopefuls were sooo bad, I had no choice!"
They did it in 2016. Might as well do it again.
It was unintelligible in its original form. Now it’s just unintelligent.
Saying something sucks is about as lazy a post that you can go with not a quote or a fact. Let me try it.
Worst Republican hopeful for re-election
I feel so much better.
No, it's not a good group. Trump is a disaster, a humiliation for this country. But I'm not sure the Democrats have a candidate that will prevent a second term.
Shocking. And folks fall for this. Get a bunch of Dems to weaken their enthusiasm by the message that the candidate pool is the “worst ever.” And encourage debate on social media framed by how bad they are. Classic hit and run method on social media these days. I disagree. There are great candidates. Biden did a great job as VP. Bloomberg ran the most complex city on the world. Multiple US Senators. All way better than the incumbent liar, incompetent, backstabbing, dishonest, incumbent who consistent puts his interests over the country. Trust him with your health care? Really? He will take away your health care, tell you it is good for you, blame the Dems, and his base will happily go bankrupt if it gets sick.
Who's falling for this? The people that say stuff like this would never vote for any candidate. If you look at the actual polling, the people that will actually vote in the primary are quite satisfied with the options.
This is how this type od suppression works.
Well, in 2008 and 2012 the Democrats put up an intelligent, moderate scholarly Senator who articulated clear values and actually adopted a Republican-proposed plan to solve the nation's problem with lack of access to healthcare. He navigated the country and Congress through the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression and saved a good chunk of the US auto industry from bankruptcy. Under his leadership, growth in the deficit was at least moderated. But he was black and a Democrat and that was all that mattered to most of his opponents.
In response, most Republicans, conservatives and white Evangelicals branded him a Communist, questioned his faith and his citizenship. They portrayed him and his family as apes even as they benefited from his policies. The Republican Senate leadership refused to work with him on anything and refused to consider his highly-qualified Supreme Court nominee. In the end these same people voted and now swear fealty to a racist, ignorant, lying, self-serving, p****** grabbing incompetent who is happy to let allies die if it gives him personal gain.
Donald Trump is no electoral titan. His victory was sealed by a total of 70,000 voters in three traditionally Democratic states that Hillary Clinton foolishly took for granted. All three of these states have seen significant Democratic gains since 2016. Florida's last state-wide elections turned on less than 1% of the vote. Trump received a significant number of votes from people who chose 'the devil they didn't know', but they know him now and will not vote for him again. I'm not impressed with most of the Democratic candidates but that's how it works. The primary process winnows out the weak fish. In 2007, nobody thought much of Barrack Obama's chances and yet...
I disagree with the OP.
I'm still vacillating but like several of the candidates. I will make a decision and pull the trigger in the primary.
Who do you like so far?