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  1. #1321
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    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by blah3 View Post
    The misogyny charges and other charges are not blown out of proportion.
    But even still they won’t be excited to vote for Bloomberg. They will just stay home and not vote. You’ll have poor black and women turnout and that does not bode well for the dem candidates
    We will have to agree to disagree on this. I think this November's election is going to see record high voter turnout on both sides. Nobody is sitting out this election.
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    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    We will have to agree to disagree on this. I think this November's election is going to see record high voter turnout on both sides. Nobody is sitting out this election.
    I can tell you as one of the few non Republican/non heavily right-leaning people (although I do not consider myself a full on Dem either) on this board, I am 100% not coming out to vote if the Dem nominee is Bloomberg. People on the left were/are motivated to vote out Trump but if the eventual nom is Bloomberg I see that enthusiasm drying up real fast.

    TBH I am not sure I will bother going out to vote for any of the Dem candidates. I don't like any of them. Realistically, I'd probably vote for Biden simply because I respect and somewhat like him, but it's looking increasingly unlikely he's going to be the nominee unless nobody reaches the delegates needed and it goes to the Superdelegates at the DNC, in which case he'll have a chance.
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    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    We will have to agree to disagree on this. I think this November's election is going to see record high voter turnout on both sides. Nobody is sitting out this election.
    But why? If you believe that voters are turned off by trumps behavior why would the misogynistic, racist condescending comments by Bloomberg be ignored?





  4. #1324

    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    Realistically, I'd probably vote for Biden simply because I respect and somewhat like him
    What policy has he proposed that you support and why?





  5. #1325

    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenmaniac4life View Post
    What policy has he proposed that you support and why?
    Hair fetish?





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    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by blah3 View Post
    But why? If you believe that voters are turned off by trumps behavior why would the misogynistic, racist condescending comments by Bloomberg be ignored?
    Bloomberg has flaws, but his record on climate, guns, jobs, health and immigration has lots for Democrats to like. It is also a matter of degree. It can be credibly argued that Trump's misogynistic, racist condescending comments are worse and more recent than Bloomberg's. Democrats really dislike Trump. They will come out to vote for Bloomberg, and so will many moderate Republicans and Independents.
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  7. #1327

    Re: Democratic Primary

    FYI...

    Since Andrew Yang is now a political pundit for CNN, here is his political prediction BEFORE last night's debate:

    This is going to be the Mike Bloomberg debate. He’s new and rising.


    Sounds like he's fitting in nicely





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    Re: Democratic Primary




    Race is getting tighter.


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    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Frye's Moustache View Post



    Race is getting tighter.


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    Re: Democratic Primary

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Frye's Moustache View Post



    Race is getting tighter.


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