- Oct 26, 2017
More than a mini dictator Trump acts like a mini mob boss and I also wouldn’t be surprised that this whole thing is due to Trumps stupidity in sticking to what he knows.
Trump's job approval is steady at 41%, with a majority of Americans (53%) continuing to disapprove of the job he's doing. Similar to the party split seen in the Iran question, 9 in 10 Democrats disapprove, while 9 in 10 Republicans approve. But 55% of independents disapprove.
Honestly Steyer doesn't even sound that bad in his platform; at the very least he's really strong against election financing reform. He's just not as established so for him I think it's pretty hard to break through at this point.
Yeah im seeing that too
"She came to raise a concern, and he said let's talk about that later," said Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir in a brief interview with The Washington Post. Shakir declined to provide further details about the conversation, the video of which has been widely shared on social media.
It goes to a special election, governor doesn’t choose in Massachusetts. Governor chooses a temp senator till the special election is over but the legislature can change that rule.
Would that election happen in 2020 given the timing of when VP is selected?
I see Sanders is all in on a repeat of 2016. Let tribal warfare ensue.So Bernie doesn't have a handle on his campaign staff?
Sanders initially attributed the talking points to rogue staffers, and supporters launched an online campaign to convince people the document was fake.www.politico.com
Warren isn’t on the ticket because she is at both personal and ideological odds with Biden, *and* even she’s pushing it running for a two-term Presidency, much less being the back-up to a 79-year-old.
That's almost $300k in today's money, fucking hell...Joe Biden does not understand financial hardship and is one step removed from "it's one banana Michael, how much could it cost, $10?" $42k/yr back in the 60s, jesus. Millions of voters today are making less than that and paying 10x more for healthcare and education.
Progressives need a variety when running for president, like the other factions. That's why it's important to have a strong bench, so when one loses another can go on.That's almost $300k in today's money, fucking hell...
"Middle Class Joe" my ass.
As to this spat between Warren and Bernie? That they both decided to run for president was proof enough that there was never a "non-aggression pact" to begin with. A real truce would've been for one to sit 2020 out and endorse the other to ensure that a progressive had the best shot at winning. But they don't just want left-leaning policies to pass; they want to be the one leading the left into battle under their own banner.
It was only a matter of time before they started going after each other. They can't both be the nominee.
The fact that you even have to ask. Illustrates yes.