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Rumors that he is already a zombie already were exaggerated as he became somewhat alive during the last debate.

From the retirement home Trio - Donald, Bernie and Joe, he is my favorite (or least despised). Tulsi looks match better though, especially when she sweats a little.

 

I Like Tulsi's foreign policy. She loses me on everything else. I don't think Joe has a chance. The idea seems to be he will try to sound as much like Obama as possible and therefore draw all the previous voters to his base. I could see Corey Booker potentially getting the nomination. Although he is pretty much an admitted rapist who got ahead of the curve by saying "sorry" in a school paper. I think Kamala is completely finished...her track record and policies are terrible. Same goes for Warren, Bernie, Beto and Buttigige (his lack of separation of church and state worry me). Then there is Andrew Yang "An Asian who is good at math" ; who seemingly can't do the math on his own policies correctly. But his heart is in the right place  :P. Some of those other guys like Mr. Montana baffle me. They sound like left leaning republicans on a lot of their stances.

 

If they choose to go with Joe it's simply amazing. Didn't the democratic party want to get away from "old white men"? The guy is on stage talking about policies from the 70s!

 

Is it just me or is Michael Bennet the presidential version of Bill Murray?

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Its not really a secret Obama thinks Biden is a putz, but saw him as the necessary establishment white guy he needed to round out his ticket in 08. By second term, Biden wasn't really needed anymore.

 

Its also not much of a secret Obamas preference is for Koomala Harris.

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Bernie has the energy of a four-year-old after loading up on a pound of sugar. Mentally he's also quite sharp, it's quite impressive really. Biden is definitely in Zombie land.

I vividly remember watching the vice-presidential debate in 2012 and recalled it reading your post as, to me, 2012 appears to have been a missed opportunity. During the debate and in closing remarks, Mr. Paul Ryan gave what could be considered incomplete answers but the answers contained seeds of reform. In the same remarks, Mr. Joe Biden offered peace of mind.

 

After listening to the conclusion, I wondered: "How can you win an election with such a Zombie answer?"

Conclusion: I have poor ability to predict election results. But sometimes zombies win.

https://www.npr.org/2012/10/11/162754053/transcript-biden-ryan-vice-presidential-debate

 

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Bernie has the energy of a four-year-old after loading up on a pound of sugar. Mentally he's also quite sharp, it's quite impressive really. Biden is definitely in Zombie land.

I vividly remember watching the vice-presidential debate in 2012 and recalled it reading your post as, to me, 2012 appears to have been a missed opportunity. During the debate and in closing remarks, Mr. Paul Ryan gave what could be considered incomplete answers but the answers contained seeds of reform. In the same remarks, Mr. Joe Biden offered peace of mind.

 

After listening to the conclusion, I wondered: "How can you win an election with such a Zombie answer?"

Conclusion: I have poor ability to predict election results. But sometimes zombies win.

https://www.npr.org/2012/10/11/162754053/transcript-biden-ryan-vice-presidential-debate

 

Indeed. The silent majority not participating in CoBF still has a say in things.

 

 

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Bernie has the energy of a four-year-old after loading up on a pound of sugar. Mentally he's also quite sharp, it's quite impressive really. Biden is definitely in Zombie land.

 

Bernie's a fired up socialist, Biden's always in his own head thinking about little girls.

And how poor kids compare to white kids.

 

 

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I'd agree with his criticisms but I'd say he's about 50/50 in terms of realistic solutions. His "wall street trading tax" for example is simply unrealistic. But, actually enforcing our tax law on the wealthiest corporations and individuals is a good idea.

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“... how poor kids compare to white kids.”

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https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/09/us/politics/joe-biden-poor-kids.html

 

 

I know this got some publicity, but just imagine if Trump had recently said this.  Do you think there is a chance in hell that you wouldn't have heard about it?  Biden is the Dan Quayle of the Democratic party and the press just never mentions it.  Do some searching for dumb Biden quotes, you can read all day.

 

 

""You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking"

--Joe Biden

 

 

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Yeah, but don't overlook the entertainment value :)

 

Yes, there is always that.  :)

 

Although I find Trump more amusing, because he make the press go ballistic, whereas the press ignores anything Biden says and does, and pretends they didn't hear or see it.  "Nope I didn't hear another racist comment or see him with his hands all over a little girl...."

 

If a president says something crazy and no one reports it, is it even entertaining?

 

 

 

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Biden probably is the Democrats best shot - a guy who will probably do more or less nothing, if elected. Warren went loony when she proposed forbidding fracking (if not before) which would probably lose her PA and who knows what other state. Bernie is the Ron Paul of the left and won’t be elected either.

 

I support taken a stab on climate in a measured way, but quite frankly, I don’t think the general public is too keen on spending tens of trillions on a huge green deal and such. Fixing aging infrastructure and inflating health care costs and education would probably give a better chance of getting the election sealed.

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Biden probably is the Democrats best shot - a guy who will probably do more or less nothing, if elected. Warren went loony when she proposed forbidding fracking (if not before) which would probably lose her PA and who knows what other state. Bernie is the Ron Paul of the left and won’t be elected either.

 

I support taken a stab on climate in a measured way, but quite frankly, I don’t think the general public is too keen on spending tens of trillions on a huge green deal and such. Fixing aging infrastructure and inflating health care costs and education would probably give a better chance of getting the election sealed.

 

Which is to say in summary that Trump will be reelected.

 

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Biden probably is the Democrats best shot - a guy who will probably do more or less nothing, if elected. Warren went loony when she proposed forbidding fracking (if not before) which would probably lose her PA and who knows what other state. Bernie is the Ron Paul of the left and won’t be elected either.

 

I support taken a stab on climate in a measured way, but quite frankly, I don’t think the general public is too keen on spending tens of trillions on a huge green deal and such. Fixing aging infrastructure and inflating health care costs and education would probably give a better chance of getting the election sealed.

 

With is to say in summary that Trump will be reelected.

Only hope is an independent or impeachment. Both are extremely doubtful

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Biden probably is the Democrats best shot - a guy who will probably do more or less nothing, if elected. Warren went loony when she proposed forbidding fracking (if not before) which would probably lose her PA and who knows what other state. Bernie is the Ron Paul of the left and won’t be elected either.

 

I support taken a stab on climate in a measured way, but quite frankly, I don’t think the general public is too keen on spending tens of trillions on a huge green deal and such. Fixing aging infrastructure and inflating health care costs and education would probably give a better chance of getting the election sealed.

 

With is to say in summary that Trump will be reelected.

Only hope is an independent or impeachment. Both are extremely doubtful

 

Yes.  It is probably for the best anyway.  Both Trump and any of the D's will be a disaster on both foreign policy and domestically.  In different ways, but both horrible.  But with Ruth Bader Ginsburg's health status, I'd rather have Trump nominating someone to the Supreme Court than any of the the Democrats.

 

Not only will a Trump nominee be far more likely to protect the 2nd Amendment, but with the left's current disdain for the 1st Amendment I think a constitutional conservative would be better from almost every angle.    I know there is abortion to worry about, but Roe-v-Wade isn't going to be repealed. And even in the worse case if it were, only a handful of southern states in the bible belt would change their abortion laws.

 

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