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  • A Visual Impression of the Democratic Debate

    Posted by Jonathan on August 1st, 2019 (All posts by )

    double trouble


    9 Responses to “A Visual Impression of the Democratic Debate”

    1. Grurray Says:

      Appropriately stone-faced Tulsi is just getting started defending California stoners from the torments of former DA Kamala Harris. Her advisers should inform her that you catch more flies with honey than vinegar and suggest revving up some of that surfer charm.

    2. Brian Says:

      The fact that we now have permanent campaigns for emperor, I mean president, is the ultimate sign of American decadence. Also the most destructive influence of 24 hour “news” channels.

      Almost none of these people are seriously running for president, they’re just trying to raise their name profile, and now they can call themselves “presidential candidate” when they try to move up the chain in politics and/or media.

    3. OBloodyHell Says:

      Almost none of these people are seriously running for president, they’re just trying to raise their name profile, and now they can call themselves “presidential candidate” when they try to move up the chain in politics and/or media.

      Not precisely. They also want to
      1) learn the ropes
      2) get experience assembling a team
      3) Get name recognition for when they have a serious chance of winning in some future election.
      4) Hoping they can get the booby prize of Veep, as Veeps are always serious front-runners for subsequent elections.

      In that sense, they are doing “the right thing”. That they are clearly doing it the wrong way, and locking themselves into a quick tap dancing two-step in some future timeframe when the idiocy they are pushing today is ill-thought of is not particularly smart.

    4. Felton Neurolithicum Says:

      Gabbard is running to be Biden’s VP. Because that is an achievable goal. It may work. She is smarter than most of these people.

      Harris the anointed choice of the D establishment. If Harris starts to disintegrate, expect them to push forward the Black woman they really want to run — Michelle Obama.

    5. Gavin Longmuir Says:

      I have respectfully to disagree with Felton — the Clown Circus is deliberate on the part of the real movers & shakers of the Democrat Establishment. And the Democrats have no real interest in Americans of African heritage, female or male, except as a club to beat cowering Republicans. Every one of these Democrats in the contest has skeletons in the closet which the Democrat Establishment will leak to the Democrat media as & when required — all to prepare for the eventual triumphant return by mass acclamation of the candidate the Establishment really wants: Hillary Rodham Clinton.

      Of course, it is quite possible that, by the time this happens, Billy Clinton will have been Epsteined and a divorced Hillary will run as Ms. Rodham — the answer to a nation’s prayers.

    6. Grurray Says:

      The DNC has changed permanently to an urban party of gender fluidity & neo-Chavezism. There isn’t even any pretense of appealing to anyone outside the top dozen or so metropolitan areas. Given that we still have an Electoral College, either the nominee has to be Biden or they must have to be cooking up some scheme for stealing the election.

    7. OBloodyHell Says:

      The Bee is on a roll…

    8. OBloodyHell Says:

      @$%&@%$$%@$&#%^*%^# Facebook and their @#$#$% retarded links.


    9. Anonymous Says:

      Thanks for the Bee link, LMAO.


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