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    whitecar
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    Im predicting that pete buttigieg will be the deomcrat nominee but Trump will win the election but not the popular vote and the house will be retaken by a slim majority

    #1732887

    Joseph
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    Trump will win both the popular vote and, more importantly, the electoral college.

    #1732891

    akuperma
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    The Democrats will shoot themselves in the foot like they did in 1972 and 1984, and snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Trump will regard it as if he has been proclaimed a diety.

    #1732895

    NOYB
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    I don’t think it is possible to make predictions so far from the election. Things change in a minute, and we never know what could happen in the next week, forget the next year.

    #1732900

    Avi K
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    Every Democrat in the US will enter the primaries and all the dirt from kindergarten will be aired (e.g. Ploni threw a crayon at a girl – incipient misogyny). They will also play “Can You Top This” a.k.a. “Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who is the biggest leftist of them all?”. Trump will win in a landslide, the DP will disintegrate and Pence/Haley will win in 2024.

    #1732948

    Geordie613
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    NOYB, Clearly Avi K disagrees with you.

    #1732996

    adocs
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    There wil be an election.

    Either a democrat or republican will win.

    #1733008

    whitecar
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    @NYOB i had a strong feeling trump would run again in 2011 and would win. It seems he entered the 2012 elections unprepared and decided to prepare for four years 2016. Those years of planning strategy is probably the reason he won

    #1733009

    klugeryid
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    Adocs
    So you think Bernie Sanders has no chance?

    #1733028

    Joseph
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    whitecar: Trump almost ran for President as the Reform Party candidate in 2000.

    #1733063

    👑RebYidd23
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    At the debates, several candidates will be bitten by yellow sac spiders. They will be judged on their reactions.

    #1733211

    klugeryid
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    Black widow
    Oops
    African American widow
    Oops again
    African American surviving wife
    Oops again
    African American surviving spouse
    Oops again
    American American surviving significant other
    Oops again
    Thing of color surviving significant other
    Whew there I finally got it right

    #1733578

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Do you tho that they’ll have one debate for 23 Democrats or 2 or 3 with 12 or 8 each (like they did 4 years ago)

    #1734267

    CTLAWYER
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    The first two debates are limited to 10 candidates each
    According to the DNC rules, candidates can qualify for the first two debates by either:

    Receiving at least 1 percent support in three DNC-approved polls. Those could be in early state polls — Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina or Nevada — or in national polls between the beginning of January 2019 and the two-week mark before the first debate (a candidate could fall short but then qualify for the second debate if they meet the polling threshold two weeks before the July debate).
    Receiving donations from at least 65,000 unique donors with a minimum of 200 donors in at least 20 different states.
    Each debate will include no more than 10 candidates, chosen at random from the pool of those who qualify. Should more than 20 total candidates qualify, preference will be given to those who meet both criteria for polling and donations.

    Rules have not been set for any debates after the first two.
    I spoke to a DNC member at our town’s Memorial Day ceremonies. She told me that no more than 16 are likely to qualify for the debates based on current polls and fundraising activity. By the time additional debates come along a half dozen of the 23 will likely have dropped out of the race due to lack of interest or funds.

    Today, I received an email from the Female US Sentator from NY asking for contributions from all registered Democrats in my family, as she has not met the polling criteria or fundraising minimums to qualify for the debates.
    I hit the delete button.

    #1734304

    Joseph
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    I (and each of our adult family members as well as various friends and their family) have been making a tiny donation to each Democrat candidates at risk of not making the debate, so that they all qualify to enter the debate, in order to muck up the Democrat debate with too many insignificant candidates crowding out the real ones.

    #1734303

    ☕️coffee addict
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    “Today, I received an email from the Female US Sentator from NY asking for contributions from all registered Democrats in my family, as she has not met the polling criteria or fundraising minimums to qualify for the debates.
    I hit the delete button.“

    Well I guess Kristen is out

    #1734807

    CTLAWYER
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    @coffeeaddict
    It is my belief that Senator G and Mayor B have no traction and no chance of being nominated. In 2016 both parties ran NY residents and it didn’t work well. I don’t expect a repeat of white male NY Republican being opposed by a white female NY Democrat in 2020.

    #1734829

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Ctl

    Mayor b is Buttigieg, deblahsio is mayor D

    😜

    #1734961

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Foxnews is reporting that a candidate needs 2% now not 1 to get in the third and fourth debate

    #1735542

    CTLAWYER
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    @coffeeaddict
    I was referring to Buttigieg. His 15 minutes of fame is with the media, not the party faithful. He will have flamed out by the end of superTuesday.
    The NY mayor is not even getting 15 minutes of fame. he is maneuvering for a shot at the VP slot or cabinet position, in exchange for the few delegates he might accumulate

    #1735562

    ☕️coffee addict
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    I was referring to Buttigieg. His 15 minutes of fame is with the media, not the party faithful. He will have flamed out by the end of superTuesday.
    I thought you were talking about deblasio because you said

    It is my belief that Senator G and Mayor B have no traction and no chance of being nominated. In 2016 both parties ran NY residents and it didn’t work well.

    Buttigieg isn’t from New York

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