Democrats, who do you want to run in 2020?

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#1 luckylucious
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Lets talk about options here for the Democrats of this forum.

Who would you prefer to run on your party ticket? (Feel free to throw out some names, even though I'll provide some prominent rising stats within the party); Tulsi Gabbard, Keith Ellison, Bernie (Again?), Tim Canova etc.

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#2  Edited By KHAndAnime
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As a registered democrat, I want Kanye. Not for 2020, but 2024. I will personally push him through the primaries.

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Deval Patrick seems like a good choice. He wrote the blueprint for obama.

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#4 AFBrat77
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Bill Maher

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#5  Edited By InEMplease
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Seth MacFarlane, but he has to use his Stewie voice at all times.

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#6 KHAndAnime
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@AFBrat77 said:

Bill Maher

That's funny, Bill is an idiot.

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#7 AFBrat77
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@KHAndAnime:

Not by a long shot.....Donald Trump is an example of an idiot.

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#8 KHAndAnime
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@KHAndAnime:

Not by a long shot.....Donald Trump is an example of an idiot.

Meanwhile Bill claims to be a libertarian while he's a been a democrat shill for a decade. How exactly is he going to run as a libertarian when he's donated millions towards promoting big government?

Or is he just going to come out and admit that he was pretending to be a libertarian so he wouldn't come across as a partisan hack? The dude and his fans couldn't be any more confused IMO

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@KHAndAnime:

I just know my views on issues are quite a bit similar to his, irrespective of political labels. Sure, Bill Maher is probably as full of himself as Donald Trump, but he's a sharp guy and quite capable of succeeding as a politician in my opinion.

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#10 schu
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I vote for Megyn Kelly to be the one to dethrone Trump.

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#11 N64DD
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Elizabeth Warren will be the front runner.

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#12 Shmiity
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Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

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#13  Edited By Gaming-Planet
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I'm still a registered democrat.

Kanye 2020.

We need a true kang in office.

Elizabeth Warren would also be nice, but needs more backbone and not be such a DINO. Next up is Bernie Sanders, who really doesn't have backbone.... like, at all. The entire democratic establishment can go to hell. :)

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#14  Edited By AFBrat77
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@Shmiity:

Bernie Sanders would be too old for sure to run in 2020.

Not a big fan of Kanye either. Besides I think he wants to run as a Republican anyways, though I could be wrong.

Elizabeth Warren might be good.

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Not a Democrat but Tulsi Gabbard, Kirsten Gillibrand, Sherrod Brown, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren would all be solid picks. Gavin Newsom in 2024 or 2028. That dude is awesome but he will be California's next governor first.

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@n64dd said:

Elizabeth Warren will be the front runner.

I can't believe how far this thread went before someone mentioned her.

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@Shmiity said:

Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

Same, only problem is the fact that he will be too old by that time unfortunately. But seeing how things are going we are probably going to end up with asshat Tim Kaine, because it seems like the democrat establishment has learned nothing about the last election.

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@Shmiity said:

Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

I want Bernie to run too. I'm going to put on a wig walk up to him while onstage and watch him squeal and run away.

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@Shmiity said:

Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

Same, only problem is the fact that he will be too old by that time unfortunately. But seeing how things are going we are probably going to end up with asshat Tim Kaine, because it seems like the democrat establishment has learned nothing about the last election.

Yeah, that is the main issue with Sanders. He was already pushing it. But now it will be too late. I think it is best he just keeps leading his political revolution from behind the scenes.

I hope Elizabeth Warren gets to run. Hopefully that will show the democratic establishment, that we are not sexist. People didnt dislike Hillary because she was a woman. People disliked her because she was a terrible candidate who was openly fraudulent. She lost any remaining credibility she had once her statement of being two-faced got leaked.

The democratic establishment is sad. Instead of fixing their problems they try to weed out the symptoms of their problems.

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#20 MarcRecon
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Well, since the standards have been lowered, I'd vote for Dwayne Johnson and I'm not saying that as an insult to him, but you know what I mean.....and I'm a Independent by the way.

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If they do the smart thing they'd find a new charismatic candidate that isn't tied to current politics.

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#22  Edited By bforrester420
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Elizabeth Warren and/or Cory Booker.

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#23  Edited By luckylucious
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I'm surprised by all the Elizabeth Warren replies. Kind of surprising since she endorsed Hilary on the campaign trail and sold herself out.

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@luckylucious said:

I'm surprised by all the Elizabeth Warren replies. Kind of surprising since she endorsed Hilary on the campaign trail and sold herself out.

She didn't support anyone until after the primaries were over. She was going to support whichever Democrat was in the general election, so I don't see how she sold herself out.

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#25  Edited By luckylucious
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She didn't support anyone until after the primaries were over. She was going to support whichever Democrat was in the general election, so I don't see how she sold herself out.

She didn't endorse Hilary on the campaign trial? Ok:

This was during the primary. The Superdelegates didn't vote yet. On top of that she didn't even endorse Bernie during her state's primary which could've greatly helped him.

She was in talks about being VP with Hilary, she dodged Bernie, she endorsed Hilary. She is by definition a sellout.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/elizabeth-warren-endorses-hillary-clinton_us_5759c842e4b0e39a28acf9b6

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Bill Cosby, voiced by Morgan Freeman. But you can still hear Bill Cosby.

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#27  Edited By luckylucious
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Elizabeth Warren endorsed the biggest criminal in politics since Richard Nixon. Come on Democrats, really?

Democrats are literally like the girls who complain about being treated badly but actively seeks out assholes to run her life.

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@luckylucious said:

Elizabeth Warren endorsed the biggest criminal in politics since Richard Nixon. Come on Democrats, really?

Democrats are literally like the girls who complain about being treated badly but actively seeks out assholes to run her life.

I don't like her. She will be the candidate though. People are that dumb still.

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@Shmiity said:

Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

I was feeling the Bern too, but my only issue with him in 2020 will be his age, other then that, he's still my boy. The thing I really like about him was how he broke down Capitalism to the young people and the fact that his politics have been consistent for decades.

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#30 Jag85
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Someone from the progressive wing. For example, Bernie Sanders, Keith Ellison, Elizabeth Warren, or Tulsi Gabbard.

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I don't like her. She will be the candidate though. People are that dumb still.

Its just silly that the Democrats would vote like that right after what just happened. Meh its better for us, the longer the right seizes power the better.

Seems like they still don't understand that establishment choices don't work anymore.

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@luckylucious said:
@n64dd said:

I don't like her. She will be the candidate though. People are that dumb still.

Its just silly that the Democrats would vote like that right after what just happened. Meh its better for us, the longer the right seizes power the better.

Seems like they still don't understand that establishment choices don't work anymore.

It'll happen again. They'll find another insane reason to blame (russian hacking) instead of themselves again.

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#33  Edited By luckylucious
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@n64dd said:

It'll happen again. They'll find another insane reason to blame (russian hacking) instead of themselves again.

Rooted in the leftist ideology is finding blame for other systems or individuals to explain one's own incompetence (May it be capitalism, business, police, etc.)

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@luckylucious said:
@n64dd said:

I don't like her. She will be the candidate though. People are that dumb still.

Its just silly that the Democrats would vote like that right after what just happened. Meh its better for us, the longer the right seizes power the better.

Seems like they still don't understand that establishment choices don't work anymore.

It has to do with renown and other factors.

  • Bernie is getting too old.
  • Tulsi isnt well known enough.
  • Keith Ellison is probably going to lead the DNC.

By all means, in an ideal world, Elizabeth Warren would not be the main pick.

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#36  Edited By N64DD
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@trumplethinskin said:

I want all democrats to run. My second amendment supporters will give them the exercise they need!

raugutcon, nice alt.
This alt was online, he was off, he came online, alt went off, made a comment, then went off and now this account is back on commenting.
Try not to make it so obvious next time.
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@trumplethinskin said:
@n64dd said:
@trumplethinskin said:

I want all democrats to run. My second amendment supporters will give them the exercise they need!

raugutcon, nice alt.
This alt was online, he was off, he came online, alt went off, made a comment, then went off and now this account is back on commenting.
Try not to make it so obvious next time.

You're an absolutely incredible sleuth, but I'm the greatest person on this website and raugutcon just cant compete! That's why I built a tremendous business! I think I'll call you Loser Slueth.

Isn't that right @raugutcon?

You got called out and busted. GG WP.

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#40  Edited By luckylucious
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@Maroxad said:

It has to do with renown and other factors.

  • Bernie is getting too old.
  • Tulsi isnt well known enough.
  • Keith Ellison is probably going to lead the DNC.

By all means, in an ideal world, Elizabeth Warren would not be the main pick.

- Yes

- Tulsi has 4 years to change that, she isn't running now

- Keith Ellison will lead the DNC

- You guys are also overlooking Tim Canova.

If anything wouldn't the Democrats want Warren in the senate? Probably more useful there especially with Republicans running everything no?

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@luckylucious said:
@Maroxad said:

It has to do with renown and other factors.

  • Bernie is getting too old.
  • Tulsi isnt well known enough.
  • Keith Ellison is probably going to lead the DNC.

By all means, in an ideal world, Elizabeth Warren would not be the main pick.

- Yes

- Tulsi has 4 years to change that, she isn't running now

- Keith Ellison will lead the DNC

- You guys are also overlooking Tim Canova.

If anything wouldn't the Democrats want Warren in the senate? Probably more useful there especially with Republicans running everything no?

2. I prefer basing it on contemporary information. Elizabeth could eshew her ties with the establishment in 4 years as well. The best way to predict the future is to base it on trends, and information we have today.

3. The chairmanship election has already been held? What were the results?

4. Tim Canova is great. I will give you that much.

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@Maroxad said:

2. I prefer basing it on contemporary information. Elizabeth could eshew her ties with the establishment in 4 years as well. The best way to determine viability is to do so on the stuff we have today.

3. The chairmanship election has already been held? What were the results?

4. Tim Canova is great. I will give you that much.

2. I think her endorsement of Hilary made her lose appeal among the electorate tbh, but yes she has 4 years.

3. Its honestly an assumption, but it seems Ellison will most likely lead it considering the direction the Democratic Party is trying to go.

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#43  Edited By Maroxad
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@luckylucious said:

3. Its honestly an assumption, but it seems Ellison will most likely lead it considering the direction the Democratic Party is trying to go.

Ahh good. But I agree. Ellison will most likely lead it. He is afterall, the clear favorite.

But you never know these days. Not with how the Democratic establishment has been acting.

Edit: regardless. I think the ideal situation here is Keith winning and Tim Canova getting the democratic nomination.

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@luckylucious said:

I'm surprised by all the Elizabeth Warren replies. Kind of surprising since she endorsed Hilary on the campaign trail and sold herself out.

The real question is who DIDN'T sell themselves out. I mean Bernies Sanders ended up endorsing Hillary too. Not supporting your party candidate is tantamount to career suicide.

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All the cheeky liberal talk show hosts that make me laugh on TV lmao.

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#46  Edited By deactivated-59d151f079814
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@Maroxad said:
@sSubZerOo said:
@Shmiity said:

Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

Same, only problem is the fact that he will be too old by that time unfortunately. But seeing how things are going we are probably going to end up with asshat Tim Kaine, because it seems like the democrat establishment has learned nothing about the last election.

Yeah, that is the main issue with Sanders. He was already pushing it. But now it will be too late. I think it is best he just keeps leading his political revolution from behind the scenes.

I hope Elizabeth Warren gets to run. Hopefully that will show the democratic establishment, that we are not sexist. People didnt dislike Hillary because she was a woman. People disliked her because she was a terrible candidate who was openly fraudulent. She lost any remaining credibility she had once her statement of being two-faced got leaked.

The democratic establishment is sad. Instead of fixing their problems they try to weed out the symptoms of their problems.

That's because they are basically Republicans themselves that have used the smoke screen of social regressive rhetoric to cover up what they have been doing.. I wish people so concerned on environmental policy with Trump would have actually paid attention to the Obama administration for instance.. Recent report basically showed that their entire policy and EPA was being heavily influenced by fracking industries.. I guess you can just say that your pro environment, and that means its ok to basically do what Republicans have been wanting to do..

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@bmanva said:
@luckylucious said:

I'm surprised by all the Elizabeth Warren replies. Kind of surprising since she endorsed Hilary on the campaign trail and sold herself out.

The real question is who DIDN'T sell themselves out. I mean Bernies Sanders ended up endorsing Hillary too. Not supporting your party candidate is tantamount to career suicide.

To his credit he said he would from the beginning, and through him he at least publically shifted the Democrat platform under Hillary more left.. Now do I think Clinton would actually have followed it? Hell no.. But if he were not to endorse her and oppose her.. We would basically see what Teddy Roosevelt did when he founded the Bullmoose party.. Leading to both him and Taft's loss anyways because they split the vote.. Sanders is but one man and is a old man with not much time left in his political career.. And unlike Clinton or Warren, he hasn't disappeared into the scenes, he is spearheading the Trump and Republican criticism, and general government criticism in general..

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#48  Edited By Maroxad
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@sSubZerOo said:
@Maroxad said:
@sSubZerOo said:
@Shmiity said:

Bernie Sanders. **** it, just do it. I love this guy and was lucky enough to stand like 3 feet behind him during one of his speeches in NH.

Same, only problem is the fact that he will be too old by that time unfortunately. But seeing how things are going we are probably going to end up with asshat Tim Kaine, because it seems like the democrat establishment has learned nothing about the last election.

Yeah, that is the main issue with Sanders. He was already pushing it. But now it will be too late. I think it is best he just keeps leading his political revolution from behind the scenes.

I hope Elizabeth Warren gets to run. Hopefully that will show the democratic establishment, that we are not sexist. People didnt dislike Hillary because she was a woman. People disliked her because she was a terrible candidate who was openly fraudulent. She lost any remaining credibility she had once her statement of being two-faced got leaked.

The democratic establishment is sad. Instead of fixing their problems they try to weed out the symptoms of their problems.

That's because they are basically Republicans themselves that have used the smoke screen of social regressive rhetoric to cover up what they have been doing.. I wish people so concerned on environmental policy with Trump would have actually paid attention to the Obama administration for instance.. Recent report basically showed that their entire policy and EPA was being heavily influenced by fracking industries.. I guess you can just say that your pro environment, and that means its ok to basically do what Republicans have been wanting to do..

Sadly, that is true.

And because we didnt support a corrupt woman who represents everything wrong with politics. Appearantly that makes us sexist and racist pigs. Even funnier is when a chunk of these people then supported Jill Stein... a woman.

Democrats need to focus more on what the people want and less on victimhood narratives from here on out.

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The game in politics today is almost entirely optics. The democrats will want someone who looks the part. So they will choose:

Gavin Newsom. I'll bet my cock they peg him, after Obama was pr campaigned into office twice.....

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Not a Democrat but Tulsi Gabbard

I follow this lady. She knows what is up about our foreign policy and actually cares about our vets.