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DavidLindMon Nov-13-17 08:56 AM
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"Joe Biden might run in 2020."


          

Not big news, but he did a lengthy interview on the Today show that looked like a POTUS interview. He said he wasn't sure of course, but he sure was feeling the temperature of the water with his big toe.

He certainly has all of the credentials. God bless Bill and Hillary, but the republicans have worn you down to stubs. Democrats do need to line up on a good candidate for a big win. Not just for the presidency but for redistricting rights. Very Important. Can't overemphasize that.

  

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RE: Joe Biden might run in 2020., Grayfox2, Nov-13-17 09:40 AM, #1
We're way better off than the party of the Orange Orangutan., DavidLind, Nov-13-17 01:44 PM, #2
Say it ain't so Joe, Buzzcook, Nov-13-17 07:51 PM, #3
When a Senator looks in the mirror he sees a president looking back., DavidLind, Nov-14-17 04:38 PM #4
RE: Say it ain't so Joe, skywalker77, Nov-14-17 08:47 PM, #5
I'd prefer Seth Moulton. (NT), MadSatyrist, Nov-15-17 02:49 AM, #6
This sounds like horsesh*t about Al Franken. , DavidLind, Nov-16-17 07:35 PM, #7

Grayfox2Mon Nov-13-17 09:40 AM
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"RE: Joe Biden might run in 2020."
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Presidential timber is in short supply in the democratic party. Besides Joe, who is left?

  

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DavidLindMon Nov-13-17 01:44 PM
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"We're way better off than the party of the Orange Orangutan."
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Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Martin O'Malley and don't forget Bernie.

Howard Dean ain't bad either. We have a whole world to choose from compared to those yahoos.

  

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BuzzcookMon Nov-13-17 07:51 PM
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"Say it ain't so Joe"
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I liked Biden before the Clarence Thomas hearings. Since then nothing he has done has rehabilitated him in my opinion.

Joe has a strange ability to say things thst sound real good and then do things that are just shit.
Besides the Thomas fiasco he was big on bankruptcy reform that screwed the working class and made it easier for financial industries to get away with usury.



An honest Republican?


  

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DavidLindTue Nov-14-17 04:38 PM
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"When a Senator looks in the mirror he sees a president looking back."
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The last presidents before Obama to come from the Senate were JFK and LBJ. A lot of them come from governors mansions. I would like to see Al Franken run.

  

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skywalker77Tue Nov-14-17 08:47 PM
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"RE: Say it ain't so Joe"
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Same. We don't need Biden.
He eased the confirmation process for Clarence Thomas.
During one of his 4 campaigns for President, he marveled that Obama was "clean". His affable, gaffe-prone, demeanor masks some latent racism and sexism, but not entirely, if you pay attention.

  

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MadSatyristWed Nov-15-17 02:49 AM
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"I'd prefer Seth Moulton. (NT)"
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Delusions, errors and lies are like huge, gaudy vessels, the rafters of which are rotten and worm-eaten, and those who embark in them are fated to be shipwrecked. Buddha

  

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DavidLindThu Nov-16-17 07:35 PM
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"This sounds like horsesh*t about Al Franken. "
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A kiss and a photograph. The photograph I've seen is obviously staged for comic effect. The kiss I can believe. The pictures of the woman in question reveals a young effervescent beautiful woman. Al needs to explain to his wife first. Young lady second. And us third. In the light of all that's been going on, this is small beer.

  

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