Watch the Launch…

[…] “They’re going to launch strategically all over the country,” an operative with knowledge of Biden’s strategy said. “They’ll have people in place in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina and roll out endorsements from elected officials all over the country, so when they come out they can have this show of force.”  (read more)

Watch the launch. Remember, nothing about the DNC club plan is happenstance; nothing is organic; everything is astroturf; everything is planned.  Planning, strategy, coordination and conniving scheme to position optics and narratives is the expertise of the club. This is what they do; this is all they do.  Pelosi and Schumer are part of the operational plan.

The DNC is predictable; it’s a club.  Inside the club the board members control everything. From the outside, it appears Joe Biden still holds the most board member votes.  The test run to bring out all the ‘creepy Joe’ trouble appears to have worked.  He goes silent and re-emerges having left the creepy memes in the past.  Smart play.

Again, planning and strategy is one of the key elements of the Democrat party.  It might seem weird at first, but the DNC club is not chaotic; and that is their weakness. It makes them predictable.

The chosen-one would generally come into play immediately after the democrats have set down a larger trumpeted baseline. The chosen-one roll out would be designed to flow from the Club’s baseline political narrative. The Democrats rarely, if ever, go off script….

Knowing it’s likely the ♦UniParty DNC is following a similar ♦UniParty RNC strategy, we can start to put the personal characteristics and political traits together and contrast them against 2016. Here’s the way it looks so far:

  • Senator Ted Cruz was to 2016…. as Senator Elizabeth Warren is to 2020
  • ♦Governor Jeb Bush was to 2016 as….
  • Senator Marco Rubio was to 2016… as Mayor Pete Buttigieg is to 2020
  • Governor John Kasich was to 2016… as Senator Bernie Sanders is to 2020
  • Senator Lindsey Graham was to 2016 as… Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is to 2020
  • Governor Mike Huckabee was to 2016… as Senator Corey Booker is to 2020
  • Senator Rand Paul was to 2016…. as Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is to 2020
  • Dr. Ben Carson was to 2016… as Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is to 2020
  • Governor Chris Christie was to 2016 as… Governor J. Hickenlooper is to 2020
  • Governor Scott Walker was to 2016 as… Governor Jay Inslee is to 2020
  • Senator Rick Santorum was to 2016…. as Senator Sherrod Brown is to 2020
  • Governor George Pataki was to 2016 as…. Eric Swalwell is to 2020
  • Governor Rick Perry was to 2016…. as Senator Kamala Harris is to 2020
  • Governor Bobby Jindal was to 2016…. as Julian Castro is to 2020
  • Carly Fiorina was to 2016 as…. Senator Amy Klobuchar is to 2020
  • Governor Jim Gilmore was to 2016 as… Rep. Tim Ryan is to 2020

Reminder, despite their current stumbling with their executive suite efforts, anyone who is announcing their presidential bid ahead of Speaker Pelosi and the DNC delivering the election narrative (impeachment or similar) is not part of the DNC plan.

Pelosi and Club leadership will not easily give up on an impeachment plan that took months of effort.  They will work to modify it, shift angles of attack, adjust to Barr and yet still hope to retain the goal for as long as possible.

They don’t give up on these schemes easily….. As we saw admitted two weekends ago from Jerry Nadler, and reaffirmed this week, they are modifying their plans as each roadblock presents.

The “Chosen One” will surface during the April/May to June/July period when the legislative ‘impeachment‘ crew, the DNC crew and the media crew have been able to align the scheme for maximum political benefit.

We will most likely be able to identify the “Chosen One” by: (#1) the Pelosi narrative (when cemented) and everyone falls in line; and (#2) the “roll out” that accompanies the announcement. [ex. remember the Greek columns, trumpets, pomp, etc.?]

Watch the launch.

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319 Responses to Watch the Launch…

  1. Zorro says:

    Since the Demosocialists are so color blind, it’s pretty obvious that the VP candidate has to be black.

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    • jx says:

      Governor Coonman is their candidate!

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    • James says:

      How EXACTLY are they going to GLOSS OVER Hunter Biden /Heinz’s sweetheart deals in China PLUS the Ukraine especially since they have constantly brought up Ivanka, Jared, eric, and Jr incessantly? PLUS what about Biden BRAGGING about having the Ukraine AG fired… for looking into his son’s dealings? Blackmailing them with 1 billion in loan backing…

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      • dd_sc says:

        MSM will not cover it. Uniparty Congress critters certainly will not make an issue of it.

        Be like Clinton’s email server and mishandling of classified material.

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        • New Nonna, Again!!! 🤗 says:

          President Trump will mention from his bully pulpit, his Twitter.

          It will become known. Will it make a difference?? If he’s the ChosenOne, and our President Trump pounds it from his rallies it will.

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          • conservalicious says:

            I agree, remember how much the “Bill Clinton is a Rapist” meme caught on? Millennials were hearing about Bill Clinton’s sordid past for the 1st time. Trump was relentless and brutal in his attacks, lol. Remember him inviting Paula Jones, Jennifer Flowers, and Juanita Broderick to sit in the 1st row of his debate with Crooked? He even scheduled a press conference before the debate with the ladies and they let Bill Clinton have it. The press was snookered and got everything the ladies said on live tv. This is what makes Trump so amazing, going non P.C. Gives enormous advantages.

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            • New Nonna, Again!!! 🤗 says:

              He’s one-of-a-kind and amazing. I admire him so much. Those who don’t ‘get him’ are so missing out. Too bad, so sad. For them.

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      • AdamSelene says:

        No one will care but us.

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      • James, how will they gloss over this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3oE9BuHSBU Hugging and fondling grown women is one thing but the kids… This needs to be shared EVERYWHERE so when the media all fail to show it at least the internet shows it. There are lots more video montages out there of Creepy Uncle Joe.

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    • sejmon says:

      COLOR BLIND ???just ask Virginian governor….all over blackened….

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    • petey says:

      i think they are prepping Michelle Obama, test run was Oprah. she had good results. Michelle will be a unifier a softer voice the voice of reason after all the reign of obama the first was such a success. heck they might even tap Creepy Joe for VP , it worked the first time. just my 2 cents

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    • namberak says:

      I understand Rachel Dolezal is looking for work, and, she’d be a two-fer.

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    • Moe Grimm says:

      And a fanook and cultural marxist which I guess is included in the word “democrat”. Every day a new abomination. A new outrage. Today, Bernt Sanders exclaims the right to vote for illegal aliens… even if they murder American citizens. This is getting very, very, dangerous. I wasn’t with the Nat Guardsmen at the border, but is it now the American fighting man is relinquishing their weapons to Mexicans? WTF is next. WTF else. At what final point is enough, ENOUGH? You know, we don’t have to put up with this. THINK.

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      • Kevin says:

        Depends on whether the “military” were legit or cartel members in uniforms which wouldn’t be hard to get. Weapons? gifted by the last Democrat admin.

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  2. jmarshs says:

    Sanders most likely won’t get the nomination of the Democratic Party. Pelosi and the Uniparty (including Rhino’s) know that their donor-class-masters won’t allow an out-and-out Socialist to be elected.

    What will be interesting to watch play out is the dynamic between the Soros Authoritarian Socialist/Fascist Party vs. the Uniparty (Pelosi et al).

    Hopefully there will be a split on the Left, and two “candidates” will end up running.

    I don’t entirely agree that everything the Left does is “planned”. I think that Pelosi is scared of losing control of the election to the Socialist Left (again, this is against the wish of her Masters). If this happens – and the Socialists field a candidate independent of the Democratic party – it will be good for Trump. And she does know this.

    Soros/Obama were never part of the Uniparty. And, frankly, neither was Hillary.

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    • Adrian E. says:

      I think it is possible that someone from the socialist left and someone backed by the Democratic establishment will both run, but I think it is more likely that the person backed by the Democratic establishment will be an independent or third party candidate than the other way round.
      1. I think the left has good chances of winning the primaries, especially with Bernie Sanders (and I suppose Tulsi Gabbard has a good chance of getting much more votes than her current poll numbers suggest). The main reason for Biden‘s high poll numbers is name recognition, and he has lots of weaknesses, while despite all the propping up in the media, Kamala Harris, Beto O‘Rourke, and Pete Buttigieg are in the single digits. Certainly, the DNC will try to influence the primaries in favor of a candidate their donors like again, but when the Democratic base leans so much towards the other direction, what they can do is limited.
      2. Many on the left are frightened they would be blamed for a re-election of Trump if they support an independent or third party candidate. There are much fewer inhibitions among corporatist Democrats. In 2016, Bloomberg threatened he would run if the two nominees are Sanders and Trump. Now, there is Howard Schulz. I don’t know who would be the candidate of the Democratic donor class, but there is likely to be one if the left wins the Democratic primaries.
      3. They could take what happened in France as a model. Given Macron‘s current lack of popularity this may not seem advisable, but he is still in power, and power is what matters to them. Before the last French presidential elections, there was a strong contender of the far left, Mélenchon, and the primaries of the socialist party (the governing party at the time) were won by Hamon who was also too far to the left for the establishment. So, they went with neoliberal Macron who created a new party from out of nowhere, and many from the center-left establishment joined him rather than accepting the primary result.

      The end result would also be that, apart from Trump, there will also be both a neoliberal candidate supported by the Democratic donor class and a socialist supported by much of the Democratic base, but I think it is more likely to happen when the socialist will be the official nominee of the Democratic party.

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    • Correct, the Dem Donor Class won’t let Bernie win, Biden is their guy. Yes, it will be interesting to watch them fight the Dem’s socialist base.
      Personally, I’m hoping they riot in Milwaukee.

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    • sejmon says:

      My dream .. to see.Chicago 1968 all over… Pelousy to chase AOC with plastic fork…haha

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    • Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

      aka Barry ISLAM Zer0Bama was a CIA-backed and Constitutionally-ineligible candidate who blackmailed the entire population of the U.S. Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  3. nikkichico7 says:

    Here’s what you see …

    Here’s what he is …

    😡

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    • nikkichico7 says:

      I know it’s creepy …. 😑🤚

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    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      Why is Biden now better than his previous runs? No accomplishments, plagiarism, feeling up little girls and sniffing hair of women right in front of our eyes, his son’s business shenanigans. He was not wanted then and now he has even more negative baggage.
      I am not seeing it.
      Michelle? So they can travel in style again…

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      • vexedmi says:

        Your assumption that a wo-man of color will be the Dems choice is correct. It’s their plan.

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      • nikkichico7 says:

        He’s a useful .. TOOL .. to play the evil forward. The evil ones hope to shove their agenda through 😖🤚 .. might be they want a (forgive the reference, it’s a football saying) “Hail Mary pass” to muscle some Godless train wreck into the presidency .. like big Mike .. or “zero” hisself or shudder the dog pile 💩 hildebeast .. that could not win w/o Biden winning then he steps aside so the schlep just walks (or lumbers) into the Oval Office.

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      • Sloth1963 says:

        Creepy uncle joe and the rest will run under the messages. ‘We’re not Trump. Vote for us’. They’ve Got nothing else.

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  4. Masterman says:

    Hate to say this, but Sundance is overestimating the DNC club and their ability to “plan”. Biden would be a terrible candidate for so many reasons and have near zero chances of defeating President Trump, something which I am sure most of the Democrats are well aware of. The DNC is better off waiting for the primaries to start and see who gains traction before committing to anyone. Think how the dems primary pan out will make people understand why Hillary was pushed so hard, because like her or not she’s a Pope in comparison to the rest of the Dems.

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    • jupitercomm says:

      ‘Hate to say this, but Sundance is overestimating the DNC club and their ability to “plan”.’

      I think ppl are misreading Sundance here. The existence of sophisticated planning isn’t mutually exclusive w/ the existence of (a) other plans, (b) variables, (c) tensions, (d) contingencies (“chance” or “luck”), etc

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      • psmithez says:

        First debate question for Biden: Were you present during the Pres. Daily Briefings when Brennan was displaying his ‘evidence’ and did you agree that Trump needed to be investigated more thoroughly? BIDEN IS TOAST!

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Biden is not Sundance’s ‘Chosen One’…. He or she is still TBD.

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      • Pied Piper says:

        I think Biden is who SD thinks will be their guy but maybe you are right. Either way, it’s a long way out to be choosing. It could be any one of about half of them right now. The other half are just trying to rake in campaign chest money to steal in a few years.

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    • mdaush says:

      Basically Sundance is showcasing the strategy and tactics of the Dems. If Biden has a huge, sophisticated roll out, it signifies that the club is behind it. And if Pelosi is backing it…another confirmation.

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  5. This is going to be a real show!

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  6. All Too Much says:

    Two.Old.White.Men.

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  7. Pyrthroes says:

    Rat candidates’ manifestly phony (“scripted”) jockeying for approval by lurking-menace puppet masters strikes us as pure personality-playing drivel. When “earnestness” such as callow Buttigieg’s –a linguist with peculiar affinities to Slick Willy in 1991/92– substitutes for charisma as well as substance, Houston has a problem.

    So long as gender-bending scuts like Fauxcahontas, Kami-baby, Gilibrand, keep blatting asininities, media will slather ’em with popcult gunk. But Trump Prosperity rolls on, fueled by tax reductions, admin/regulatory constraints, realist views of issues from foreign relations to military/naval power and brilliant economic leverage, quite beyond the ken of Rats’ croaking, grunt-stuff quota-hires.

    Last time around, Trump’s Electoral Vote of 304 : 227 bumped MzBill by 33.9%, commensurate with his legitimate popular tally of ~ 63 : 58 million (8.6%). Whichever maundering proctocranial waves Rats’ Oriflamme next year –Bernie, Slow Joe, just possibly Buttigieg with his studiously anonymous boyfriend (analogous to Geraldine Ferraro/Zaccaro’s mafioso spouse in 1984)– after this Mueller fiasco Trump is most certainly not due for a 10% popularity nosedive over the next 18 months.

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  8. CNY3 says:

    There goes my dinner!

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  9. NJF says:

    Lol

    Watching FOX & Shannon Breem just interviewed Lucy Flores
    The woman who first outed Creepy Joe’s hair sniffing fetish.

    She’s not too happy that his creepiness has been swept aside as “no big deal”

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    • flova says:

      Well, I’m in Virginia and the two women who accused Farfax of rape are nowhere in the news.

      After Oprah’s gal pal interviewed them on CBS, where are they? This is the Dems, like Fairfax and Biden’s strategy, Obama did it too with his drug use, etc. Get it out early and the masses will soon go back to their daily chores and forgetaboutit.

      Flores is part of the game. Make a little stink a few weeks afterwards, when no one is into you anymore, and everyone yawns.

      Like SD says, they are so predictable.

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  10. steph_gray says:

    Biden may be leading the pack right now mostly because of name recognition.

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    • Jan says:

      Actually, a poll on FOX News tonight said: Bernie, 30%; Biden, 19% & Mayor Pete, 15%. Everyone else was under 10%. I think Biden is going to have to go way Left of Bernie if he’s to catch back up.

      One name I haven’t seen thrown out there as the Chosen One: Pelosi. She just completed another world tour and she’s acting like she’s President. Just sayin’…..

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    • Kevin says:

      Smoke & mirrors steph. The real candidate hasn’t yet been announced and is patiently waiting (and being schooled) in a walled residence not far from the WH

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  11. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    And I thought Andy Yang was the chosen one.

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  12. jello333 says:

    What if it’s somebody we’ve really not thought much about? A complete “outsider”… but an extremely well-known, mostly scandal-free, and totally self-funding “outsider”? Bill Gates?

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  13. mtk says:

    If you truely want to know the truth of the DNC plan.

    Just apply all the States with recent State Legislative changes that have taken place to the over all award in the general election results of the Electorial College results to the 2016 election. And, see if Hillary would have lost.

    The DNC choosen one is nothing more than an umbrella to blind side the electorial college in the 2020. Each and every candidate running in the DNC field will in the end voice and fall into place behind the choosen one.

    Do it.
    Apply these recent State changes to, “The how the electorial college vote of their memembers are awarded and tell me that PDJT would have won!”

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I am still surprised that no one has challenged the Constitutionality of that move. Basically, these state legislatures are telling their citizens that they will disenfranchise their citizens if they dare vote differently from New York and California.

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      • mtk says:

        Darn you were quick to recognize the truth.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        It is likely Constitutional, actually.
        Because it is up to the state legislatures to appoint electors in the way they see fit. The whole democratic vote thing caught on, and eventually every state moved to do it, but a history of choosing electors through a democratic vote does not establish the practice as a constitutional requirement.

        It will be up to the voters in a state such as Ohio to reject such a proposition, which I am quite confident will happen by a large margin, because that who democratic vote thing remains quite popular to this day.

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        • jello333 says:

          I have issues with the Electoral College myself. But I also definitely do NOT want it to go to simple overall popular U.S. vote (that would DESTROY any incentive for residents of small states). What I’d like to see is a middle ground, where instead of all of a state’s EVs going to that state’s popular vote winner, the EVs get divided up by congressional district. But of course Dems would never go for that, because then instead of California or New York going 55-0 and 30-0 EVs to the Dems, it would be more like 35-20 (CA) and 20-10 (NY) or so. (Same would happen in Rep-won states too, of course.) So nope… not much chance of Dems ever going for that… even though it would be MUCH more fair.

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          • Jan says:

            I see nothing wrong with what Nebraska and Maine have done: Each party gets electoral votes based on how their party did in the popular vote.

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          • emeraldcoaster says:

            Yep, the split-electoral (i.e., Congressional District) method would give more folks a reason to participate…and make more places competitive. Maine’s CD2 went for President Trump while CD1 and state’s overall went to his opponent. 3-1 is more representative of state’s electorate. It’s up to each state, but I like how ME & NE do it.

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          • dd_sc says:

            But the Dem’s would pick up a few electoral votes from TX etc …

            We actually recalculated the electoral votes from 2016 using the method Nebraska uses – district apportionment. Trump would still have won, but it was much tighter.

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        • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

          Did those states, that changed the way that electors cast their votes to be based on the popular vote of the country, allow the state’s citizens to vote on the change?

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          • Sammy Hains says:

            Well, it’s on the ballot in Ohio. Not sure about the other states, but they’re all solid Democrat states, so f ’em, who cares? Only Ohio matters in this. It is the only Republican-leaning state that has had such a question put before them.

            Not coincidentally, Ohio is the ONLY state that, if it passes, would immediately start giving their electors to the national popular vote winner. The Democrat states all require a majority of the electoral college to sign on before any of them go into effect.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        That is exactly right, Rhoda. It is pernicious and needs to be challenged in court. Soon.

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      • AND all it would take is SOME VERY SMART ATTORNEY (who cares about the Constitution) to come out and file a lawsuit in FEDERAL Court and ENJOIN ALL THE PEOPLE OF THOSE STATES IN IT AS being Disenfranchised by a FEW and taking away THEIR VOICES IN a FEDERAL ELECTION…watch the chickens come home to roost!!!

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      • conservalicious says:

        Yes! Here is an illustration showing why we want to keep the electoral college over the popular vote.

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    • mtk says:

      In other words, think strategically. Some of these States have now legislatively gamed the electorial college to where instead of 100% of the college vote going to the winner of the State popular vote, there is now a fractional split of the college vote.

      It does not matter who is the choosen one for the DNC, all the endorsements will play up the progressive platform… “One vote, one voice. Fairs is fair undertaking to the doing away with the electorial college deciding the outcome”

      In essence, each candidate running has only one purpose, delivering their supporters single voter interest to the platform.

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      • mtk says:

        I should be a little bit more careful with my opinion.
        Some in the DNC candyland, might say I am colluding with Russia for spilling that bit of truth on the public.

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        • Dutchman says:

          While they are ‘touting’ it as ‘fairness’, the message will be ‘THIS is the way we beat Trump!’ to their supporters, who will hear it, loud and clear.

          Many who don’t study the issue, and understand the REASONS for the electoral college, have very negative views of the E.C.

          Its very much like daylight savings time, where it is very unpopular, and yet no one has done anything to change it.

          The “wins E.C., but loses popular vote upsets a # of people, on both sides of the spectrum.

          Without a thorough airing of the issue, an edumacation of the E.C., I know Conservatives who have been saying “get rid of the E.C !”, for YEARS.

          Could work. More fundamental problem; cities dominating whole State.
          While the Electoral College insures BIG states, like Cal and Texas don’t dominate the smaller States, the Cities dominate the rural areas.
          Az is purple, because of Phoenix area, and Tucson.
          We see it in so many States. New York State, for instance is Red, ecxept for the city, and Binghamton.
          Texas, the cities blue, the countryside Red.
          And, small wonder they are bussing in voters, from South of the border, and flying them in from around the,world.

          The Dems took control of thr big cities, 60-100 years sgo. Run them into the ground but stuff them with dependent voters.

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    • Gothamite says:

      What about their plans to keep Trump off the ballot if he doesn’t release his tax returns? Hard to win the Electoral College if you are not in play in enough states.

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  14. trump20162024 says:

    Jeb(!)usite was to 2016 is as Moochelle is to 2020.

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  15. paulmafinga says:

    Imagine the questions …

    Will you tear down President Trump’s border Wall?
    Do you support making America a “sanctuary nation”?
    Will you eliminate ICE?
    Transgender men are winning trophies in some women’s sports. Do you support this?
    Gas taxes are popular in Europe and are often used to subsidize healthcare and college. Does $10 / gallon for gasoline in the USA sound reasonable to you?
    Fees and Taxes are reaching 70% of paychecks in some blue cities. By some estimates, “medicaid for all” would add another 9 %. Does this sound reasonable to you?
    President Trump and his campaign did not collude with the Russians. Is President Trump innocent?
    Is the 2nd amendment an individual, inalienable right?
    India and China want western funding, estimated to be in the trillions of dollars, to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Will you provide them with US taxpayer funding?

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    • Pale rider says:

      You forgot one…….Do you pledge your allegiance to …..?

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      • Dutchman says:

        Must be hard to navigate, while simultaneously having your foot in your mouth, AND your head up your *ss, huh Joe?

        Sorry, couldn’t resist but seriously a good list.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Must be hard to navigate, while simultaneously having your foot in your mouth, AND your head up your *ss, huh Joe?

        Sorry, couldn’t resist but seriously a good list. Got to admit, it practically writes itself.

        What ?’s would they have, for PDJT?

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  16. OSP says:

    Whoever the eventual “chosen one” is, it wouldn’t surprise me to see Bernie tapped for VP. Perfect job for him. Jet around, do nothing – and get paid (kind of like he’s been doing in the Senate for however long he’s been there. DNC would get his email list and the mind-numbed Bernie-ites would likely support the ticket.

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  17. WSB says:

    Sorry. These two both look like the ‘Before and After’ of a really bad face job from Miami.

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  18. Niagara Frontier says:

    It’s possible we may not know who the chosen one is until after the first ballot at the convention. The Dems changed the rules for 2020 such that the superdelegates will no longer vote on the first ballot unless there is no doubt about the outcome.

    For that reason I expect it was a deliberate decision to have has many candidates as possible in the race so that not one of them can win on the first ballot.

    Enter the superdelegates. Only then will the chosen one be revealed.

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    • jello333 says:

      “Oddly, 5% of Sanders supporters said they would vote for Trump if Sanders won the primary.”

      😀 😀

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      • They were stoned.

        They were the decent ones.

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        • Dutchman says:

          The ones who realise they got scammed, that Bernie took a dive, when Hillary confronted him with the fact that A) she OWNED the FBI, and B) theres that little problem with your wife, and that University she bankrupted, in a phony land deal.

          I can insure the FBI DOESN’T investigate, or I can insure they DO.
          Its up to you.
          Say “I don’t care,about your DAMN emails!”, then bow out gracefully, and take the cash.

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    • OSP says:

      But, I wonder how they would vote if Bernie was the VP candidate?

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    • mtk says:

      In other words, the contentions of the Democratic primary must be such that, Bernie feels so shafted, that he runs as a third party candidate?

      Go bern, go.

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    • TreeClimber says:

      The comments on that are delicious. So much confused angry stupid in one place.

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      • TreeClimber says:

        “WHAT DO BREADLINES HAVE TO DO WITH COMMUNIST?” Teehee.

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        • TreeClimber says:

          “Not sure why you’re bringing up the ’08 election, but I’ve learned to expect offensive mansplaining, ridiculous irrelevancies, and obstruction from Berncultists. As a woman, a lesbian, and a Trans person, I have a lot of skin in the game. Who the hell are YOU, to suggest otherwise? I’m choosing not to vote for the lesser of two cis het white male evils…… remember when you Berniebros said that to Hillary supporters in ’16? Hope you like hearing it now.”

          I didn’t know anyone actually believed all that… xD xD xD xD xD xD

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      • TreeClimber says:

        Hilarious but ultimately brain-melting.

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  19. Sammy Hains says:

    Biden is definitely “The Chosen One.”
    This was CONFIRMED when Clinton Crime, Inc. henchman Terry McAwful signaled he was standing down in deference to Biden.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Bernie is pretty popular with the young and indoctrinated “free stuff” airheads.
      I don’t think that gropin Joe really has much of a shot, even if he moves to the center.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        The Democrats are bought and paid for by the multinational corporations (just like the GOPe). They are not inclined to support (i.e., finance) Bernie Sanders. However, the effort to corrupt and compromise him has been under way since 2016, which is why he’s now a millionaire who owns several homes and sports cars. If they can sufficiently corrupt him to the point that he can be reliably controlled, then they will rethink their support.

        Of course Biden will always remain a rock solid guarantee to do their bidding, and Trump will always remain beyond their grip. This tells us that they will support (finance) Biden as far as he goes, and will only switch to Sanders if he somehow wins the rigged Democrat primary system, because a questionable candidate who has shown signs of being corruptible like Sanders is still a better bet for them than President Trump, who cannot be compromised and will never do their bidding.

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  20. Matt Transit says:

    Alan Dershowitz will not support Uncle Creepy Joe.
    But I wouldn’t put it past him to defend the creep’s “character”, and claim the fondling accusations against him uncalled for.

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  21. Tiffthis says:

    How is grampa Biden gonna be the chosen one with all those YouTube videos of him being creepy around kids are still up? The Dems really have zero options.

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      That’s what Operation Rehabilitation was all about.

      Biden being accused of making grown women feel “uncomfortable” recast his creepy behavior away from groping children to merely being unintentionally inappropriate.

      It allowed the bomb to go off while completely missing the target.

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      • Tiffthis says:

        I get that. But if YouTube isn’t gonna help the DNC and suppress those videos he’s never gonna make it. It won’t go away (IMO)

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  22. hard masada says:

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/04/john-podesta-email/
    This video is showing the YOUNG TURKS, yes you heard that right, devouring the (D) party and the KKKlintons.

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    • jello333 says:

      Oh, not too surprising. On election night, Cenk and his buddies (esp Cenk himself) were hating on Hillary and the DNC FAR more than they were on Trump.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Did you watch any of the 2016 Dem convention? It was ALMOST an insurrection, the Bernie delegates inside, and supporters outside, were SOOO pissed!
        When before has the party chairperson had to resign, in the midst of a Convention?
        Unprecedented! The ONLY thing that kept it from being a repeat of 1968, was “Don’t blow the place up, you’ll guarantee “Trumps” win, like in ’68 with Nixon.

        So, they didn’t actually riot, but they made their displeasure known; with banners and protests inside the convention hall.

        It was NOT a Hillary coronation, by any manner or means. If they screw the Bernie/AOC base again, they will tear down the hall, and make 1968 look like a walk in the park, by comparison.

        IMHO,…

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  23. andyocoregon says:

    Both Bernie and Biden will put their audiences to sleep at their rallies. I couldn’t imagine anything more boring than listening to either one for an hour.

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    • jello333 says:

      You know, there was one moment during the campaign that I actually got concerned that if Bernie got the nomination, he could actually win it all. That’s when the little bird flew up on stage and sat on the podium, literally a foot away from him. I was like “Oh no, is this a sign?!” 🙂

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  24. Liberty ONE says:

    Here’s the DemonRAT 2020 ticket Biden & Sanders. Their bumper sticker ” VOTE BIDEN & SANDERS. The best B/S team ever”!

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    • Dutchman says:

      “Biden can’t keep his foot out of his mouth, or his nose out of your daughters hair,
      Sanders can’t keep his hand out of your pocket. A match made in hell!”

      They really seem to represent a small constituency; the old man in the neighborhood, standing on his porch, in his bathrobe and shaking his fist.
      “Get off my lawn!” Hes yelling, although its hard to tell for sure, cause he doesn’t have his teeth in.

      Hold it! THATS ME! Never mind, darn no edit WP! Bygones,…

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  25. listingstarboard says:

    Maybe it is Kamala Harris–the Smollet case has been disappeared and the Willie Brown stuff is long gone.

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  26. Carlos el martillo says:

    I think that the purpose of Biden is to try to steal as many Dem and white working class voters away from Trump as possible. Then a black female VP candidate to bring home all the diversity voters.

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    • jello333 says:

      Biden will be all about the “rust belt”. In the past that would have maybe given Trump some problems, but not so much now, I don’t think.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Perhaps part of the diversity sweepstakes, is that each loser will say to his, her its constituency “Look, we tried and lost fair and square (?), now its time to get behind the nominee, so he can BEAT TRUMP.

      They have to put in so many of these loser, shill for their constituencies, because they HAVE so many constituencies?

      So, the primary is a way to build enthusiasm in their base,…er bases, and “pull the party together” behind the eventual set up nominee.

      Typically, the nominee would pull to the left during the primary, tack back during general.

      Hillary did pull left durin primary, but I didn’t see a lot of her tacking center during general. Coarse, I didn’t SEE much of her at all during general, except when she was falling down stairs, or getting tossed into scooby doo van, like a sack of potatoes.

      How in the HELL can any Democrat nominee tack center for the general?

      And personally, I don’t think the base is gonna accept being screwed, yet again.
      They are young, they are dumb, they are mad as hell and impatient for socialist utopia, and impatient to get there.

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    • lcpusa says:

      this is their only chance. Uncle joe is normal. i know he’s not to we who are so into politics, but to the union voters in michigan, pa, and wi? he is a definite threat.

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    • dawg says:

      Without a doubt, Ive been thinking that for months. Makes perfect sense to me.

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  27. Nigella says:

    I’d rather he were launched into space

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  28. Carlos el martillo says:

    I still believe that it will be someone else like Macauliffe, Cuomo or the NYC mayor. Macauliffe lies btw. We all know that.

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  29. Sammy Hains says:

    Remember the Mayor Butplug frenzy last week?

    Biden’s impending announcement should put it in perspective, and reveal just how truly CORRUPT the media is.

    Butplug was hyped from all quarters out of nowhere, right as Bernie Sanders was moving up due to Biden’s temporary dip that predictable occurred in the immediate aftermath of his planned baggage clean-up.

    It was all related, and all orchestrated. All of it.

    Biden has an unaddressed groping problem that needed to be aired out and “dealt with” prior to launch. So they made it about touching grown women on the shoulders rather than little girls on the chest. OK, done. Dealt with. Now the media can call it “old news” and never speak of it again. And if anyone brings up little girls, the media will howl that it’s been “addressed” and “debunked.”

    But of course he would take a temporary hit immediately after. So to diffuse support that would go to Bernie Sanders, the media quickly threw up a new shiny object to steal Bernie’s oxygen. A FREAKIN’ FORMER MAYOR. Butplug isn’t a Governor, or a Senator, he’s not even a House Representative. He’s not even currently employed.

    It is a given he’s not a real contender of the Big Prize. He’s the absolutely LEAST THREATENING to Biden’s claim to the nomination.

    Hey all you Bernie-loving LGBT-obsessed Millennials, here’s a hipper, younger, gayer version of Bernie Sanders who even wrote a high-school essay about how Bernie Sanders is the cat’s pajamas. He’s just like Bernie, but better and more electable…. except for being a former mayor of a city that’s not even in the top 3 largest of freaking INDIANA, and a name that sounds like vulgar slang. Making him only slightly less electable than Dennis Kucinich.

    So was this all planned out and executed for Biden’s sake?
    What do you think.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Sammy Haines;
      Spot on, I think. Logical and concise. Its just the kind of behavior we’d expect from the cabal that gave Democrats Obama and Hillary.

      If they rig the process this time, against the leftist Carter, Dukakis, McGovern wing, said wing will destroy the party, I think. They will not be mollified or restrained by “If you riot, you guarantee Trump wins! Don’t repeat ’68!”

      “Already used that LAST time (oh, and by the,way, Trump won, anyway!”
      I am not sure a more extream, or woman of color trans whatever is going to mollify them.

      Like McCain getting Palin, to burnish his bona fides.

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  30. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    By the way, Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) jumped into the crowded 2020 Democrat field on Monday.

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  31. Fools Gold says:

    Here’s my prediction for 2020, I look for Romney to enter the race as an independent to knock off Trump. Don’t shoot the messenger but remember, rhinos started the investigation thinking one of them would knock off Trump in the primaries. When that didn’t happen that went to plan D!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      That would be political suicide for Romney. He’d have to officially leave the Republican Party in order to run as an Indepedent. Remember, he’s a current US Republican Senator.

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  32. ~Pres.Trump predicts it will be either ‘Crazy-White-Privileged-Communist-Socialist’ Bernie Sanders or ‘Creepy-Old-Handsy-White-Privileged-Uncle’ Joe Biden & BOTH will hint at Female V.P. Running Mates.~
    Pres.Trump has been reading CTH articles & KNOWS…FUHRER Nancy Pelosi & Chuck U. Schumer(s) Impeachment / 2020 “Chosen-One” Roll-Out–>Game-Plan.
    🙂

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  33. Guyski says:

    When it comes to Biden, guess it is up to Obama and HRC. When you spy, you spy on everyone. Never believed his reason for not running in 2016 (the death of his son). Biden seems like a person that would use that (the sympathy) to his advantage.

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  34. Bulldog84 says:

    I have no doubt that Biden was involved in illegal spying up to his ears. He might not have been running it, but he certainly knew about it.

    Go ahead and run that crooked old dinosaur. We dare you.

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    • RyderLee says:

      Bulldog84 , >”Go ahead and run that crooked old dinosaur . We dare you .”<

      Love This 😊 ^^^^^ I Double-Dog Dare Them Also !!! Let the Show Begin ! 😂

      Biden = Pathetic ! Hang it Up , Joe 😐

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  35. covfefe999 says:

    Someone mentioned Bernie being ahead in a recent poll. I think that was the Granite State poll, it only surveys people in New Hampshire, no surprise Bernie is most popular considering he’s from neighboring Vermont. The latest nationwide polls show Bernie 6-7 percent behind Biden. But that will change as other candidates drop out. I doubt that any Beta or Buttplug voters would vote for Biden.

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  36. digleigh says:

    Biden Rollout delayed…. Thoughts?

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  37. steph_gray says:

    I browsed this whole thread wondering whether there would be any mention of Biden and some connection to the Seal Team 6 helicopter crash. I heard a piece about that on OAN last week but was unable to listen closely. Wondering whether there’s anything to it?

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  38. dawg says:

    It will be Biden and Sanders and they will just rig the primary for Biden and then pay Sanders to shut up and go away, just like 2016.

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  39. 6x47 says:

    Biden is the Jeb! Bush; The DNC is hoping he will be able to pull off what Bush was unable to do, maintain a 20%-30% support and win on a plurality with the “not Biden” vote split 16 or 17 ways.

    The oily Biden is a smooth and polished politician, and all of his personal baggage will be a net zero against Trump, who likewise has personal baggage. Biden could turn out to be a very formidable opponent because you know he’s going to have 100% media support and every one of his gaffes will be ignored or spun as a genius move.

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    • lurker2 says:

      You make me wonder … how was Jeb! polling in mid-to-late 2015? I need to look that up.

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    • lurker2 says:

      This is funny. June 2015 poll of GOP candidates. http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/jeb-bush-surges-lead-gop-pack-new-2016-poll “Jeb Bush surges to lead GOP pack in new 2016 poll” By mid-July his lead was squashed by Trump.

      I think Biden is not the equivalent of Trump. Bush was totally unappealing to voters. I don’t think Biden has that problem.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      That’s not the way it works. A candidate can’t win on a plurality. As it stands now a majority of the estimated 3,768 pledged delegates (1,885+) will be needed to win on the 1st ballot at the Dem convention. And as I stated upthread, the superdelegates don’t get to vote on the first ballot unless the nomination is uncontested.

      I’m sticking with an earlier prediction. The powerbrokers may hold back their decision on the “chosen one” as long as possible. They seem to believe they will benefit from a long, drawn out process since most of their candidates seem to be content with daily bashing the President.

      The amount of free media coverage they will receive is immeasurable.

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  40. namberak says:

    I watched a bit of Ben Shapiro interviewing Dennis Miller last week and Miller had a great line to the effect that, more or less, Biden ought to ‘take the job he’s best qualified for, being the third guy in the car in a Sonic commercial.’ He also swung for the fences, positing that Hillary von Pantsuit would be the democrat nominee…

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  41. doohmax says:

    Here’s the Dem plan: For the next 6 to 9 months, propose the most outlandish agenda imaginable by the peripheral candidates. Go full stupid. Meanwhile, a young, pretty, National Guard officer named Tulsi Gabbard lingers on the edge of the group. She’s rational, moderate and non-threatening. She speaks as a voice of reason. How can Trump make fun of this pretty, rational, military officer who demands respect with her composure and past record of achievement. Maybe she serves as Uncle Joe’s running mate with the knowledge that he won’t finish more than one term, if that much. There’s too much crazy out there from the Dems. It’s a ploy. A Trump trap. It’s orchestrated. Watch for Tulsi Gabbard.

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  42. dogsmaw says:

    Someone is sure delusional cause the Obama’s are not going to let it happen, but for sure we need Ole Joe in the race 😛

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  43. askandgettruth says:

    maybe if we are all lucky these idiots will launch to mars.

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  44. GW says:

    I’m still waiting for the explanations of how the individuals are analogous to one another. When will that be posted ? Are you waiting until the rollout to present it ?
    And please, to anyone other than Sundance who might reply – this is not a splitter strategy question. I fully comprehend the splitter strategy – just not how each candidate, then and now, relate to one another.

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  45. Sunshine says:

    NOW, we know: Joe Biden. We’re still waiting for the Chosen One.

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