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Game Thread: Nevada vs USA 2020

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2 minutes ago, toonkee said:

Taking a 12 second clip out of context isn't very smart either.

OK put it in context for me. I thought it was a complete message, but maybe I'm wrong.

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2 minutes ago, Rocket said:

Back at ya

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What?

Maybe the guy should try a bread line, you reckon?

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2 minutes ago, CV147 said:

What?

Maybe the guy should try a bread line, you reckon?

yea except it's always just out of reach pardner

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Democratic Primary is starting to look like a disaster.

Bernie is going to get clobbered in a general election.   There are too many Democrats still in the race, and it's allowing radical socialist Bernie to win.

And there is no white knight (Bloomberg or Hillary) who has enough appeal to come in late.

Trump will destroy Bernie in a general election.  Bernie in reality has a very tiny base.

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Warren needs to drop out.  She has no prayer of competing anymore.

Same with Klobuchar.

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10 minutes ago, Rocket said:

yea except it's always just out of reach pardner

As an employee in a capitalist system I am not starving to death.

Should we say the same about those in the re-education camps?

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14 minutes ago, #1Stunner said:

Democratic Primary is starting to look like a disaster.

Bernie is going to get clobbered in a general election.   There are too many Democrats still in the race, and it's allowing radical socialist Bernie to win.

Swap parties and adjectives to describe the candidate and this could have been said about Trump four years ago. 

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Just now, FlyingLobo said:

Swap parties and adjectives to describe the candidate and this could have been said about Trump four years ago. 

Trump can win (and has won).

Bernie's base is tiny tiny tiny.

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2 minutes ago, FlyingLobo said:

Swap parties and adjectives to describe the candidate and this could have been said about Trump four years ago. 

It was said. Repeatedly. I was there.

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5 minutes ago, #1Stunner said:

Trump can win (and has won).

Bernie's base is tiny tiny tiny.

Bernie’s base appears to be roughly a quarter of the party. Again, not too different from Trump four years ago. 

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29 minutes ago, #1Stunner said:

Trump can win (and has won).

Bernie's base is tiny tiny tiny.

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...about the same as Hillary.

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4 minutes ago, bsu_alum9 said:

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...about the same as Hillary.

Polls are Irrelevant.

Wait until the general election happens.

This is a disaster for Democrats.  Carville is spot on.

Too many candidates is handling a radical the nomination.

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26 minutes ago, FlyingLobo said:

Bernie’s base appears to be roughly a quarter of the party. Again, not too different from Trump four years ago. 

Bernie's ideas are far from mainstream Democrats, though, so he is unlikely to ever appeal to more than 25%.

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2 minutes ago, #1Stunner said:

Bernie's ideas are far from mainstream Democrats, though, so he is unlikely to ever appeal to more than 25%.

Bernie IS mainstream democrats now. It’s going to be his party and it will adjust accordingly.

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2 minutes ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

Bernie IS mainstream democrats now. It’s going to be his party and it will adjust accordingly.

 

https://foreignpolicy.com/2019/12/18/democrats-dont-screw-up-like-britains-labour-party-did/

Democrats: Don’t Screw Up Like Britain’s Labour Party Did

Radical leftism may provide a political high, but it won’t bring victory—and the withdrawal symptoms could last decades.

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26 minutes ago, #1Stunner said:

Polls are Irrelevant.

Wait until the general election happens.

What do you make of the record caucus turnout in Nevada? And reportedly a 40% increase in 1st-time caucus voters?

Bernie just might be able to get young voters energized like Hope/Change (or more) in ‘08. 

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1 minute ago, bsu_alum9 said:

What do you make of the record caucus turnout in Nevada? And reportedly a 40% increase in 1st-time caucus voters?

Bernie just might be able to get young voters energized like Hope/Change (or more) in ‘08. 

It was the first time they allowed early voting so I wouldn’t put too much stock in the turnout compared to previous years.

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I hope Bernie wins beyond all hope of hope because we're due for a downturn due to Capitalism's pattern of downturn every 4-7 years.

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