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Guide to Dem Presidential Candidates. Too Many? Too Crazy?

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Guide to Dem Presidential Candidates. Too Many? Too Crazy?

There are too many to remember them all. So I suggest this simplification

Hillary 1.0 - The Satanic one herself, says she might run (& lose again)

Hillary 2.0 = Elizabeth Warren, "faux-cahontis" the <1% "native American" candidate

Hillary 3.0 = Kirsten Gillibrand

Obama 1.0 - He has had his two terms, so will just plot in the background

Obama 1.1 - Michelle Obama, the "Better half"

Obama 2.0 = Joe Biden. the front runner? But he is a white male many Dems will oppose

Obama 3.0 = Kamala Harris, "Obama with a skirt" (who is genuinely half black/ half Indian)

Obama 4.0 = Corey Booker, "Spartacus", the virtuous whining fraud

RFK 2.0 = Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke, reminds many of RFK, Robert Francis Kennedy,

right down the to buck teeth.  (Are they fake too?)

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Bookies Still Favor Trump Re-Election Even After 12 Challengers Enter 2020 Race

The entry of Sen. Bernie Sanders and 11 other White House challengers has not changed the gambling odds on the expectation that President Trump will win re-election.

The latest odds, taken after Sanders joined the 2020 race on Tuesday, put Trump as a 3-2 lock to win re-election followed most closely by Sen. Kamala Harris, at 10-1.

And the odds of Sanders winning didn’t budge despite announcing his race, said Dave Mason, the sportsbook brand manager of BetOnline.ag.

 
 
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“There were no changes to Sanders' odds following the announcement. We had it as a foregone conclusion that he will be in the Democratic mix," he said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The latest odds as they appear on the betting sheet:

Donald Trump 3/2

Kamala Harris 8/1

Beto O’Rourke 10/1

Joe Biden 12/1

Bernie Sanders 14/1

Amy Klobuchar 14/1

Elizabeth Warren 25/1

Cory Booker 25/1

Kirsten Gillibrand 25/1

Michelle Obama 25/1

Sherrod Brown 25/1

Mike Pence 33/1

Michael Bloomberg 33/1

Tulsi Gabbard 33/1

Hillary Clinton 40/1

John Hickenlooper 50/1

Howard Schultz 66/1

(note that HELLary is down in the dumps with Kocken-Liquor, or whatever his name is)

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'Bama 1.1 versus Obama 2.0:

Michelle O tied with Biden as frontrunner...

But Obama Version 3.0 is still in the picture:

Kamala Harris' Jamaican father rips her for pushing pot stereotype...

 

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STYX is back with his sharp analysis of Dem Politicians

"Sanders has lost some of his Mojo"

Bernie Sanders Goes Insane, Declares 2020 Candidacy

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Emerson Polling of 2020 Matchups Is Ironically Great News for Trump

 

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Bernie gets Zero backing from 0-Cortex

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez refuses to back Bernie Sanders for 2020 ...

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has refused to endorse Bernie Sanders for the 2020 Democratic nomination, despite working on the senator's first ...

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Tucker LAUGHS at Hillary 3.0's claim of being a victim

"DEMS PRETEND they are the exact opposite of what they really are."

Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News 2/20/19 [FULL]

What a dumb hypocrite she is, while she keeps talking about others who are "morally wrong"

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On 2/20/2019 at 1:46 AM, drbubb said:

Donald Trump 3/2

Kamala Harris 8/1

Beto O’Rourke 10/1

Joe Biden 12/1

Bernie Sanders 14/1

those are pretty sweet odds given it looks like almost certainly a Bernie v Trump race with Bernie a fair chance of getting a majority.

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1 hour ago, drbubb said:

Guess that will really depend on how happy querecanos are with their tax bill and future prospects.

And Whether voters feel the need for a revolution. 

Hows that best economy ever and soaring stock market (that communist obama built) going?

it was hard for JFK, he had to get elected (said Tito after selling him NASA)

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maybe you should do your very own Bernie interview, Sparks - like Glenn Beck did here

An Exclusive Interview With Bernie Sanders

"Castro was a great man... he had a couple of fouables... even I have some - I like to store my two suits in a Pringles can"

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1 hour ago, drbubb said:

maybe you should do your very own Bernie interview, Sparks - like Glenn Beck did here

theres seriously no need, interviews with actual querecano heros provide more than enough comedy.

for example pop culture

or politics

I'm sure they'll be plenty more along soon enough.

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Off Topic, Sparks.

Here's something On Topic.

How long before Kamala Harris' campaign implodes?

She seems to lack actual substance, and is making one mis-step after another.

Eventually one of her gaffs or historical "challenges" will get her - this new one will not help

Kamala Harris’ G-Grandmother Owned Slaves, 2580

 

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On 2/21/2019 at 11:19 AM, mSparks said:

those are pretty sweet odds given it looks like almost certainly a Bernie v Trump race with Bernie a fair chance of getting a majority.

 

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DEM's "best chance" may be age-challenged

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JOE READY TO GO
TOO OLD?

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Isn't it weird how the MSM is saying Biden is leading the polls despite him not even running yet?

It seems like an obvious anti-Bernie movement that everyone is buying into.

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EIGHT YEAR WETDREAM? = Kamala + Beto

The Ultimate BETO MALE ... What To Expect From Beto O'Rourke
 

 

 

 

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R-A-C-I-S-T: Democrats Call Out Media for Heaping Praise on White Male Candidates

Democrats are complaining about what they say is the media’s penchant for heaping loads of praise on the white men running against President Donald Trump in 2020.

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They want to know why female candidates are not receiving similar treatment.

National media are heaping too much praise on Beto O’Rourke and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, according to Mary Anne Marsh, a Democratic political consultant. It’s not fair to the women in the race for the White House and is starting to look a lot like a replay of 2016 when reporters focused on then-candidate Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, she said.

“I feel like the media is always captivated by the person they seem to think is a phenom: Bernie. Trump. Beto. But they always seem to be white men who are phenoms,” Marsh told Politico Friday. “In a year where we have more choices than ever, more women and more persons of color than ever, none of them seem to be deemed a phenom.”

She added: “Not one woman got that kind of coverage. Not one. Not Kamala. Not Kirsten. Not Elizabeth Warren. Not Amy Klobuchar in a blizzard.”

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2020's politically correct presidential election

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Get ready for the most politically correct — and politically incorrect — election of our lifetime.

Why it matters: Look for 2020 Democratic candidates to be more careful than ever not to offend anyone, while Trump revels in the contrast with a stream of outlandish assertions and observations that will delight his followers.

  • On one side, you have President Trump, easily the most politically incorrect figure to win the White House in the modern era. He loves nothing more than to taunt liberals, the media and America with throwback thinking and insults. 
  • On the other, you have the most diverse Democratic field ever, showing early and enthusiastic insistence on inclusivity, as well as race, gender and lifestyle sensitivity.

This weekend was a sneak peek: Beto groveling and Trump bellowing. Beto O'Rourke apologized for joking during his first two days on the trail that his wife is raising their three children "sometimes with my help."

  • For good measure, he admitted his white male privilege had benefited him, and he said his preference for a running mate would be a woman.
  • As RedState put it: "Beto Apologizes for Being White & Male After the Woke Trash Him Over a Joke About His Wife."

At the same time, Trump was tweeting love for two embattled Fox News hosts — Tucker Carlson, who made misogynistic comments on a radio show a decade ago, and "Judge" Jeanine Pirro, who made an anti-Muslim comment on her Fox show.

  • "Keep fighting for Tucker, and fight hard for @JudgeJeanine. Your competitors are jealous," Trump tweeted.
  • Trump continued: "Stop working soooo hard on being politically correct, which will only bring you down. ... The losers all want what you have, don’t give it to them. Be strong & prosper, be weak & die!"

Go deeper:

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NARCISSISTS on  Steroids

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MAG: Why are 2020 Dems so weird?
Candidate offers history of sexual conquests...
BLOOMBERG MOCKS BETO...
Rendell Sounds Alarm on Election...

Rendell: 2020 Went From "Slam Dunk" To "Trouble" For Dems; "AOC Does Not Speak For The Democratic Party"

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Former DNC chairman Ed Rendell (D-PA) advised 2020 Democratic presidential candidates to look toward the center and not to the far left.

"I think all of a sudden, the 2020 election went from a slam dunk for Democrats to something where we're going to have trouble beating this guy because he's going to make Democratic socialism swing to the left, which I don't think is real, but he's going to make it into the issue," the former governor told CNN on Thursday.

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Self-destructive snowflakes will sink us next November.

March 21, 2019  / Christopher Dale
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And so it begins. With democratic socialism O.G. Bernie Sanders and baby-faced Beto O’Rourke officially running, the race is on for the presidential nomination of my party, the Democrats.

It’s also over. Not the nomination, but rather the general election. Because the reaction to Sanders’ candidacy especially showcases why Democrats will lose next November.

By now, we all know Democrats have an uncanny knack for losing winnable elections. And since 2016, when Hillary Clinton blew a double-digit polling lead in less than a month, Democrats have descended even further into dysfunction.

The problem isn’t policy. It’s pettiness.

Many conservatives believe Democrats are lurching toward far-left policies like single-payer healthcare, livable wages and free public college education. As a socialist who firmly believes Bernie Sanders would have defeated Donald Trump in 2016, I hope they’re right. Progressive populists are the future of the party; centrist elitists like Hillary Clinton are the past.

But many conservatives also suspect that Democrats have become a bunch of hyper-sensitive, easily offended wimps. Again they’re right – and it’s going to cost my party another eminently winnable presidential election next year.

The initial reviews to a Sanders sequel vividly displayed the horde of suicidal cannibals Democrats have become. In less than three years, Bernie has gone from darling to demon in a party so hell-bent on perfection that progress – and progressivism – is rendered impossible.

One exercise in smug nitpickiness came from The Progressive. In a piece sarcastically titled “Thanks Bernie,” Editor Ruth Coniff espoused what has become an all-too-familiar theme with today’s Democrats: outrage when a white heterosexual male like Sanders doesn’t mention the plight of women and minorities every single time he opens his mouth.

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