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    He's legit evil and terrorized black and brown communities in NYC, tearing apart an entire generation of families. Not even sure what I would do if that nightmare scenario ended up coming true. Bleh.

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    I wish I could embed mp4s.

    https://i.imgur.com/HRZiYrI.mp4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah K View Post
    He's legit evil and terrorized black and brown communities in NYC, tearing apart an entire generation of families.
    So did Mayor Richard J Daley in Chicago, who was a Democrat. Chicago STILL hasn’t recovered or changed from Daley’s redlining or segregation or police brutality.

    My original point was directed toward Jinsai calling Bloomberg a Republican, even though Bloomberg’s track record isn’t one that is necessarily “Republican.”

    Both Democrat and Republican urban Mayors did (and do) that kind of shit.

    But there are reports, now, that black voters are thinking strategically and that they primarily want to get Trump out of office; that they’re looking at which candidate has the best chance at outspending and out-strategizing Trump, and if they decide that Bloomberg is their choice, I’ll support that. They have the most at risk, here. I’ll listen to them. Whichever candidate they support.

    However, as I said earlier, I’m up nights worried about the Senate race.
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    I’m still so depressed about what happened to Elizabeth Warren’s campaign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    I’m still so depressed about what happened to Elizabeth Warren’s campaign.
    If Sanders gets the nod, I hope they at least discuss the possibility of a joint ticket. Let's be realistic here: the man has already had a heart attack. Yes, he appears to be in good health now. But the presidency ages you - hard. I will 100% be voting for him if he's the candidate, but it would be the first time that I've legitimately been interested in who the VP is in case they need to assume the presidency.

    Yes, part of me knows that losing her as Senator Warren would potentially be a bad thing. But if Sanders is on the ballot - and especially if we want him to STAY in 2024 - I think it'll really help his chances if he's got a running mate with name recognition.

    Alternately...I'd be game for eight years of Sanders followed by eight years of Warren. One can dream, right? Alas, she'll be pushing 80 in '28. I think '24 is probably the latest she could feasibly run, and even then I doubt she'll be able to convince enough people to pick her over a younger male candidate. Which pains me to say, but that's the world we live in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    If Sanders gets the nod, I hope they at least discuss the possibility of a joint ticket. L
    I think the better strategic bet for any ultimate Democratic candidate would be a POC as a VP. Especially a WOC.

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    ^ agree. I see Bernie going with Abrams if he's the nom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    I think the better strategic bet for any ultimate Democratic candidate would be a POC as a VP. Especially a WOC.
    Works for me! I'd be happy to see it, especially if it's a WOC (and let's be honest, I can't envision Sanders picking someone unqualified for the job, so I'm pretty sure I'd be on board with whoever he chooses if it comes to that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    I’m still so depressed about what happened to Elizabeth Warren’s campaign.
    I don't know about VP, but I do hope she is on his cabinet. I also would love to see Yang be a part of his team.

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    the failure of the Iowa caucus has been the best thing... Fuck Iowa, why do we care so much, and that should be the point across the board to anything that doesn't represent the popular vote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsai View Post
    the failure of the Iowa caucus has been the best thing... Fuck Iowa, why do we care so much, and that should be the point across the board to anything that doesn't represent the popular vote
    Thank you! Iowa and NH are two of the smallest (and whitest) states in the country. The population of NH is less than Chicago. No offense to the people of Iowa, but Iowa and NH shouldn’t be deciding candidates for the rest of the country.

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    This aspect of Pete Buttigieg is one I do really like:

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    Bernie is 58 percent ahead of his closest rival amongst Hispanics in Nevada.

    jawdropping numbers. Why on earth anyone is taking bloomberg seriously is beyond me, he would have to resort to a level of corruption that would do the US too much damage internally and externally . the DNC would if they could but i dont think they can here.

    Trump won by 50.000 votes in country of 330 million, it was not like Brexit which won by few million.

    some people like Tim Pool and Sargon of Akkad and StyxHexandHammer have been saying that Trump will win i dont see it at all.....



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