2020 Presidential Candidates

10 Nov 2019 16:40 - 10 Nov 2019 16:42 #261 by homeagain

Rick wrote:

homeagain wrote: LOL..... you are so-o-o hilarious..

Which part was funny, Bloomberg saying he wants to take money out of politics when he's trying to buy his way into the White House? Maube the Soros comment was stretch, but you would vote for him over Trump no matter how dangerous he would be to this country.[/quote]

THAT is such an audacious assumption on your behalf..AGE is a problem for the
major contenders and my DARLING Husband and I were agreeing Bloomberg fits the trend.

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11 Nov 2019 10:57 #262 by FredHayek
Eric Holder is also looking at entering the race. I don't think he has the base to be successful, or maybe he thinks Joe Biden will drop out and he can be the representative of Team Obama in 2020?

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12 Nov 2019 07:57 #263 by ramage
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coloradopeakpolitics.com 11/12/19

"Bennet’s grasp of the odds are truly astounding:

“I truly believe that that person is as likely to be someone polling at 1% today as it is to be the people that are leading in the race today,” Bennet told reporters after filing his paperwork. “Stranger things have happened than that.”

It’s the perfect bumper sticker: “Bennet for president, stranger things have happened.”

I think Bennet's time could be better spent enjoying his family.

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14 Nov 2019 06:11 #264 by ramage
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Deval Patrick, ex-governor of Massachusetts has declared for the democrat candidacy for President.

Going to need a larger dais.

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14 Nov 2019 09:01 #265 by homeagain

ramage wrote: Deval Patrick, ex-governor of Massachusetts has declared for the democrat candidacy for President.

Going to need a larger dais.

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I think a three ring circus concept is a much better idea.

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14 Nov 2019 10:19 #266 by FredHayek

ramage wrote: Deval Patrick, ex-governor of Massachusetts has declared for the democrat candidacy for President.

Going to need a larger dais.

I prefer governors to senators but will the Democrats? Some believe Governor Patrick is going after the Obama vote, he would be like candidate Obama but he would have years more executive experience than Barack had when elected.

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14 Nov 2019 19:00 #267 by Rick
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FredHayek wrote:

ramage wrote: Deval Patrick, ex-governor of Massachusetts has declared for the democrat candidacy for President.

Going to need a larger dais.

I prefer governors to senators but will the Democrats? Some believe Governor Patrick is going after the Obama vote, he would be like candidate Obama but he would have years more executive experience than Barack had when elected.

Plus him and Obama are buddies... Obama won't endorse his VP because he's pretty messed up mentally plus he's white. Patrick checks one big identity box that leftist voters demand but it may be too late for him unless primary voters discover how to use calculators.

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14 Nov 2019 19:57 #268 by ramage
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Fred,
" plus he's white." If you said "black", that would be racist.

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15 Nov 2019 09:53 #269 by FredHayek
Deval campaign DOA? Same day as the announcement, Governor Deval's campaign already has a scandal. Seems he fired some state employees who wanted to put his brother in law on a sex offender's list in MA. One reason the former governor went to work for Bain Capital, Mitt's former employer?

And his BIL went onto rape someone else.

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02 Dec 2019 09:25 #270 by ramage
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In case you missed it, Joe Sestak, a former representative from PA, has ended his candidacy for the Presidency. Washingtontimes.com 12/2/2019

Who knew he was running?

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