2020 Presidential Candidates

Replied by Pony Soldier on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

If you’re not responding to the post immediately above yours, you may want to quote so people have a clue as to what the heck you’re talking about.
07 Feb 2020 12:06 #361

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Captain Trips,
Excellent point.
I do think that if your comment is in reference to HA's comment: "Seems like a PRUDENT practice, for a period of time.....until there is more info and more build up
for med. supplies,practices,personnel. The REAL question is....are we doing the build up in an
expeditious way?"
I would like to think that she posted to the wrong thread. Otherwise the comment makes no sense in this thread.
07 Feb 2020 12:16 #362

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Replied by homeagain on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

ramage wrote: President Trump has ordered instituted a suspension of entry visas for persons traveling to the USA from China. Biden says travel entry restrictions are “hysteria, xenophobia and fearmongering”, what's not to love about Joe Biden.


MY mistake, I hit submit too early.....the cat jumped up on the desk and was prancing around on the computer....:silly:
07 Feb 2020 13:06 #363

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Darn, I lost my bet. Michael Bennet has quit the campaign as has Andrew Yang. Finally the democrats can boast that a white millionaire has quit the race (Bennet).
11 Feb 2020 19:16 #364

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Replied by Pony Soldier on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Steyer is also done. I think Bloomberg will be next.
11 Feb 2020 19:40 #365

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Replied by Rick on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Pony Soldier wrote: Steyer is also done. I think Bloomberg will be next.

No way. Unless Biden drops out soon and endorses Amy, Bloomberg still has a good chance of catching fire in such a weak field. He'll have to do a lot more grovelling at the feet of black voters for the recent audio found but I'm sure he has a team working on that apology as we speak.
12 Feb 2020 08:29 #366

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

I never understood why Steyer entered the race. At that time he was the billionaire bogeyman. He seems like small potatoes compared to Bloomberg. The amount of money that Bloomberg has spent and is going to spend is mind boggling and yet insignificant to him.
He will stay in, at least through the Super Tuesday primaries Should it come down to Sanders and Bloomberg, it will demonstrate what a big tent the democrats have. A socialist vs. a democrat/republican/independent/democrat(again) vying for the opportunity to represent the democrat party in the Presidential election.
12 Feb 2020 09:17 #367

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Replied by Pony Soldier on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Yep, Steyers is still in. They reported last night on one of the channels that he was out but apparently that was an unfounded rumor.
12 Feb 2020 09:25 #368

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Replied by FredHayek on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

Deval Patrick is expected to suspend his campaign today too.

Interesting tweet from Krystine Ball today. Every candidate that has won both Iowa and New Hampshire, has gone on to win their party's nomination. So if history holds true, could this primary be all but over? The 78 year old Sanders would be the nominee. Make Mayor Pete his VP and we can start the general election.
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12 Feb 2020 09:30 #369

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Replied by ramage on topic 2020 Presidential Candidates

nypost.com 13 Feb 2020

"San Francisco billionaire hedge-funder Tom Steyer has spent almost $200 million on his vanity presidential campaign, for a grand total of about 13,000 votes in New Hampshire and Iowa combined."

I can only imagine what Bloomberg has spent so far for his 1+ vote(s) in NH.
13 Feb 2020 08:11 #370

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