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Bernie Sanders seeks U.S. presidency again in 2020

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24 minutes ago, lannarebirth said:

 

They didn't break ranks, the ranks followed the money.

 

There really aren't any good policies. The best you can hope for is when two parties bargain away measures designed to benefit their specific voters in a compromise neither party likes. That's probably going to be pretty good policy.

 

No, that's the best you can hope for, we already have better thanks.

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Oh look, another angry opinionated old white guy running for president. Yawn.

 

At least the Democratic candidates running so far are a good field of various minorities. This time around, it is nice too see such diversity vying for the big office.

 

I am looking forward to seeing how each and every one of the potential candidates roll out their respective campaigns. The first debates are going to be interesting with such a huge number of candidates running.

 

The first primaries will whittle down the choices pretty fast with California joining in on Super Tuesday (March 3rd). Still a whole year away and many campaign stops and debates to go.

 

Also, here is to hoping that there will be other Republicans vying for the office to get a primary choice on that side as well. William Weld has announced already. Maybe Larry Hogan? There are other potential candidates just waiting in the wings. That side might blow wide open.

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12 minutes ago, Stargrazer9889 said:

I am glad that Bernie is running again. Have you seen how Fox.com asian TV is making like. Oh he is a Socialist, sounding like he is the Devil walking on Earth. What a sad pathetic TV station.  My opinion of course,  I just wish there was an American TV network, CBS, or ABC, that broadcast in Asia.

Geezer

Streaming CNN and MSNBC.

Enjoy!

https://www.livenewsmag.com/

I only get Fox on my local cable. It's worthwhile to watch though because they basically force feed policies to "trump" during his copious "executive" time. He doesn't control the media, but Fox media controls him. 

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17 minutes ago, Silurian said:

Oh look, another angry opinionated old white guy running for president. Yawn.

 

At least the Democratic candidates running so far are a good field of various minorities. This time around, it is nice too see such diversity vying for the big office.

 

I am looking forward to seeing how each and every one of the potential candidates roll out their respective campaigns. The first debates are going to be interesting with such a huge number of candidates running.

 

The first primaries will whittle down the choices pretty fast with California joining in on Super Tuesday (March 3rd). Still a whole year away and many campaign stops and debates to go.

 

Also, here is to hoping that there will be other Republicans vying for the office to get a primary choice on that side as well. William Weld has announced already. Maybe Larry Hogan? There are other potential candidates just waiting in the wings. That side might blow wide open.

Sanders is a minority as well. 

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I believe it was Gore Vidal who said all a person had to do to be President was look good on TV. Trump certainly conforms to that observation. Bernie Sanders less so, unfortunately.

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9 minutes ago, Jingthing said:

Sanders is a minority as well. 

Yes, I know. He comes from Jewish heritage.

 

 

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Just now, Lacessit said:

I believe it was Gore Vidal who said all a person had to do to be President was look good on TV. Trump certainly conforms to that observation. Bernie Sanders less so, unfortunately.

You think "trump" looks good? Hmm. 

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7 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

I believe it was Gore Vidal who said all a person had to do to be President was look good on TV. Trump certainly conforms to that observation. Bernie Sanders less so, unfortunately.

I liked old Gore Vidal. He was an a-hole but at least he was witty, ascerbic though it may have been.

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Just now, Jingthing said:

You think "trump" looks good? Hmm. 

Not at all, as a President. Just saying his experience with TV reality shows and makeup artists gives him an edge in that area. Reagan, Kennedy, Carter and Obama all used TV effectively. They say Kennedy's win over Nixon was partly due to Nixon's five o'clock shadow on TV, which compared poorly with Kennedy's looks.

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9 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

Not at all, as a President. Just saying his experience with TV reality shows and makeup artists gives him an edge in that area. Reagan, Kennedy, Carter and Obama all used TV effectively. They say Kennedy's win over Nixon was partly due to Nixon's five o'clock shadow on TV, which compared poorly with Kennedy's looks.

...also the fact that Nixon was recovering from hospitalization, which left him pale and weakened.  Nobody remembers that Nixon did much better in subsequent debates with Sen. Kennedy, the damage had been done. 

 

Trump is tall, looks strong, and has a great tailor. Counts for a lot these days.

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What kind of tailor tells you to wear your tie down to your knees?

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