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June 17, 2024, 12:54:57 PM
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 on: Today at 12:54:47 PM 
Started by President Johnson - Last post by RussFeingoldWasRobbed
Kansas MAYBE, missouri no

 2 
 on: Today at 12:53:29 PM 
Started by heatcharger - Last post by heatcharger
The only thing embarrassing is threads like these. Trump is supposed to have it in the bag, yet you all are still so scared of Biden that you desperately cling to things like this.

Welcome back Dr. Scholl.

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 on: Today at 12:53:04 PM 
Started by Sir Mohamed - Last post by President Johnson
Moore is putting up BIG wins ahead of a potential presidential bid in 2028.
Hopkins/Oxford grad + Black + charisma + youth + military & executive experience as Gov
Dude is a serious contender down the road.

Agreed. Democrats have been looking for the "next Obama" and it could be him.

Although if Biden wins this year, 2028 is near-guaranteed to be a Republican-friendly year.

In that case, Harris is probably favored anyway, and then blowing the race. Anyway, Democrats actually have a strong reservoir of candidates that year. Him, Shapiro, Whitmer, Warnock, Ossoff or Beshear, just to name a few. I'd be thrilled with either of these on the ticket, regardless of number one and number two. The remaining ones could be in key cabinet positions.

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 on: Today at 12:52:24 PM 
Started by TheReckoning - Last post by Horus
I really don't care about the hoodies and stuff, but this was just plain rude. He could've politely asked her to call his office ahead of time for interviews and left it at that rather than mockingly pretend to be interested and shut her off... while also recording her on his own phone for some weird reason.

I want to like this guy. I do. But he's not making it easy for me and the more of this stuff I see from him, the less I want him running for president. Even Obama wasn't this high on his own supply.

This perfectly sums up my thoughts. Honestly a behavior you would expect from certain other types. Maybe the stroke has unironically caused some damage, given other latest incidents as well.

I don't care that he doesn't wear a suit, but he could make an effort to not look like an utter slob. Maxwell Frost doesn't always wear a suit, but he's still well dressed.

 5 
 on: Today at 12:51:31 PM 
Started by heatcharger - Last post by DrScholl
The only thing embarrassing is threads like these. Trump is supposed to have it in the bag, yet you all are still so scared of Biden that you desperately cling to things like this.

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 on: Today at 12:51:14 PM 
Started by Matty - Last post by RussFeingoldWasRobbed
Public opinion polling shows Americans overall have a more right wing view of immigration now than at any point in modern memory. A recent cbs poll shocked the anchors when it showed than even a third of democrats supported mass deportation.

Biden rolling out amnesty does not read the room properly, and would probably be struck down anyway.

What am I missing here? How doesnít this hurt him in the southwest swing states?

Because they aren't the same thing. There's a big delta between wanting to curb illegal immigration and a pathway to citizenship for people already here. That CBS question result was a very big outlier among those types of topics.
Oop

But but but minorities won't swing right because MUH 2022

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 on: Today at 12:50:47 PM 
Started by jaichind - Last post by axiomsofdominion
Holy crap.

DMR is usually a well-respected pollster. So either this spells massive trouble for Biden in the Midwest, or Iowa has just completely moved off the cliff unrelated to other states of the region. I guess the realignment in that state was inevitable at some point, given the share of Non-Hispanic white voters and the absence of larger metro areas. I guess that's also why Ohio hasn't gone deep red (albeit no longer a battleground at the presidential level).

At this point, I could even see Iowa voting to the right of Kansas and/or Missouri.

Missouri is much less white than Iowa. But less colleg educated maybe which ameliorates things a bit. But yeah Iowa likely was so battlegroundy because since 1972 they've been an important state because of the primaries.

 8 
 on: Today at 12:50:27 PM 
Started by TheReckoning - Last post by President Johnson
I really don't care about the hoodies and stuff, but this was just plain rude. He could've politely asked her to call his office ahead of time for interviews and left it at that rather than mockingly pretend to be interested and shut her off... while also recording her on his own phone for some weird reason.

I want to like this guy. I do. But he's not making it easy for me and the more of this stuff I see from him, the less I want him running for president. Even Obama wasn't this high on his own supply.

This perfectly sums up my thoughts. Honestly a behavior you would expect from certain other types. Maybe the stroke has unironically caused some damage, given other latest incidents as well.

 9 
 on: Today at 12:49:10 PM 
Started by TheReckoning - Last post by Horus
Still going to win in 2028 regardless of who wins PA.

Hot take: With his health issues and potential fading approvals among Dems, I tend to believe he doesn't run for reelection. You heard it here first.

I've also heard rumors that his wife wants to enter politics and he's trying to set his seat up for her to take over. But I'm not sure how this helps.

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 on: Today at 12:49:07 PM 
Started by jaichind - Last post by heatcharger
32% is ridiculously low. The gold standard line is far overused and just an excuse to accept obviously ridiculous polling. Polling is going to be in the scrap heap after this cycle due to pollsters using "hidden Trump voter" adjustments.

Welcome back Dr. Scholl.

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