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  1. Joined
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    28 Jan '19 14:04
    In 2020, do either Bloomberg or Schultz have a chance at winning the DNC nomination considering that the leader of the DNC, AOC, has declared billionaires immoral?

    Also, are they too male/white?
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    At this point, I think that even Obama is not Left winged enough to win today in the DNC.

    Plus he is half white and male.
  3. the forest
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    biden will be the nominee.

    most all others are running for the presidency by running for the vice-presidency.
    biden may not live thru or be able to finish his term and ergo, the vice will become either the acting president under 25 or be lifted up thru death. there is of course the possiblity that biden serves one or two terms and the then vice will be the party nominee to continue his policies, etc.

    money will not buy the presidency per se. bloomberg and schulz will die in the iowa and new hampshire primaries.

    it is biden for sure.
  4. Behind the scenes
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    28 Jan '19 15:51
    @whodey said
    In 2020, do either Bloomberg or Schultz have a chance at winning the DNC nomination considering that the leader of the DNC, AOC, has declared billionaires immoral?

    Also, are they too male/white?
    Right now my cat could win an election against Trump. Even Trump's right wing minions have turned against him.
  5. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Jan '19 16:474 edits
    @mister-moggy said
    biden will be the nominee.

    most all others are running for the presidency by running for the vice-presidency.
    biden may not live thru or be able to finish his term and ergo, the vice will become either the acting president under 25 or be lifted up thru death. there is of course the possiblity that biden serves one or two terms and the then vice will be the party nom ...[text shortened]... se. bloomberg and schulz will die in the iowa and new hampshire primaries.

    it is biden for sure.
    It is way to early to make endgame statements. There are several women running and some with more pull than others. On the women's side, Gillibrand, Warren, Gabbard, Kamala Harris, at least. Men: Delaney, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Orourk, Biden and maybe more.

    So things will have to shake out in a few months hence to say for sure who is the nominee for Dems.
    May the best human win.

    Of those names I mentioned, ANY of them would be 100 times better as POTUS than that criminal Trump.
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    28 Jan '19 16:59
    @sonhouse said
    It is way to early to make endgame statements. There are several women running and some with more pull than others. On the women's side, Gillibrand, Warren, Gabbard, Kamala Harris, at least. Men: Delaney, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Orourk, Biden and maybe more.

    So things will have to shake out in a few months hence to say for sure who is the nominee for Dems.
    May t ...[text shortened]... Of those names I mentioned, ANY of them would be 100 times better as POTUS than that criminal Trump.
    Think of how his accomplishments will continue on, all this cintrived turmoil will be a memory 2 years from now as he continues to win. , the Wall being his only problem. Problem with dems at that point is simply picking someone not for who he/she is, with their promises, but rather... who can beat him. I don’t see such a person.
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    28 Jan '19 17:38
    @whodey said
    In 2020, do either Bloomberg or Schultz have a chance at winning the DNC nomination considering that the leader of the DNC, AOC, has declared billionaires immoral?

    Also, are they too male/white?
    No, they will both suck votes away from democrats and help DJT. Perhaps that is the whole plan.
    Shultz is a democrat pretending to be as fiscally conservative as a libertarian. He is laughable. Bloomberg wants to be the sugar water Nazi and dictate your drink size. Not to mention the guy looks evil.
    Are they both planning on running as independents? Has an independent ever won a presidential election or even come close? It is a joke.

    This is why we need run-off voting. Without it manipulating splitting of votes is too easy.
  8. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Jan '19 18:261 edit
    @AverageJoe1
    There is that pesky detail about the fact his base is only 1/3 of present voters, and a much higher percentage from polls about his DIS approval rating.
    You can poo poo that all you want but come 2020 he will either be impeached or voted out of office on his ass. I hope it is the latter and THEN they go for criminal activity, since that doesn't short circuit the voters right to kick an obvious assswipe out of office, which impeaching would do. Chances of an actual impeachment succeeding is very small and Pelosi knows that full well.
    Unless the Mueller probe finds real evidence of Trump's involvement in ANY of the many scandals surrounding this criminal POTUS.
    Can you tell perhaps I HATE the bastard?

    One thing that needs to be made a constitutional amendment, the power of POTUS to shut down government, which Trump does at a whim because of his temper tantrums about the wall. If he goes with the emergency deal, one question on many folks minds, is if it is this incredible national emergency, WHY DID HE WAIT SO LONG TO INVOKE IT? The second issue is there WILL be courts involved and the most likely outcome is to prove he does not have the authority to invoke such national emergency procedures since for one thing, and very obvious, there IS no national emergency in the first place, it is just a petulant child brain temper tantrum POTUS swinging his impotent fists with his small hands.
    How can you support such a creep?
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    28 Jan '19 18:391 edit
    Biggest concern out there is that the Dems will move too far to the left.
    That will only help the GOP.
    Notice I didn't mention Trump.
    He may no longer be around.
    Either by removal from office or he may just call it a day after one term.
    That depends on whether he achieved his self-enrichment objectives through the WH.

    Remember, he is all too aware how Putin has done the same thing as Russian President.
    (estimates anywhere to $100B + pilfered from Russian economy).
    Donald has to walk away from the presidency with something.
    The Trump brand is mud !!
  10. Subscriberno1marauder
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    28 Jan '19 19:46
    @whodey said
    In 2020, do either Bloomberg or Schultz have a chance at winning the DNC nomination considering that the leader of the DNC, AOC, has declared billionaires immoral?

    Also, are they too male/white?
    No, they have no chance at winning the DNC nomination.

    Given how Joe Biden has fared in his previous tries, I doubt seriously he has any real chance of being the Democratic candidate either. Polls this early aren't very predictive; as late as December 2007, Rudy Guiliani and Hillary Clinton had sizable leads and in the 2012 cycle Newt Gingrich led Romney up until the votes started to be cast. https://www.cato.org/blog/presidential-candidates-who-led-polls-january-entering-2008-2012-primary-election-cycles-didnt
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