Discussion in 'News of the Day' started by Sentry18, Nov 7, 2019.
The more the merrier!
I prefer my libs scattered and smothered.
How many former mayors of NYC can we have in one race anyway?
Answer = +1.
Last ditch effort now that Warren has fallen flat. The dems had to convince someone to fall on the sword. Not their own sword, the one in their back.
What comes out of NYC isn't much better than what comes out of California, and Bloomburg is a Prime Example of this. He is the one who started the War on Fat, Salt, Sugar, and he is the one who made it Illegal to Purchase an Extra Large Soft Drink. He is also Rabidly Anti 2A and has no Qualms of Trampling the Constitution. I wouldn't Vote for him if he could Walk on Water, and Raise the Dead.
That man is one dangerous snowflake..
He will bury Biden, Warren and Bernie.
He got money.
If he actually enters the race, he will probably stop funding other candidates. Can that be a bad thing?
I just realized that this Thread should be in the Jokes and Humor Section.
Naaa. It's too political.
(and Phideaux is totally right BTW)
But it makes me laugh how he waited until most of them threw away a ton of their campaign money before he entered. The Dems are having a hard time raising any campaign funds as it is (as many of their devotees are deeply in debt and unemployed or under employed) and here comes a billionaire who really doesn't need to raise any money. I bet they paint him as the "Progressive Donald Trump". A billionaire political outside who can save them from the old school Democrat politicians like Hillary and Bernie. Of course in reality he has been playing liberal puppet master for years.
A Trojan horse .....to his own party.
A fierce , evil, communist to America.
I been telling my wife for months, the Dems gotta fight fire with fire.
They gotta come up with a Trump like candidate.
Betcha Bloomberg is one of the Dem pack leaders by January...
If he drops in, absolutely.
He got to dodge all of the questions in the debates so he never had a chance to make a wrong answer.
Absolutely. And, to top that off, he'll get the benefit of the Democratic Party's primary donor rules. See, one of the requirements for engaging in the televised debates was for each participant to register a certain number of financial donors with the Dem Election Committee so that the party can solicit those donors for contributions other than those originally made to the primary candidate. Much of the funds received from those solicitations are distributed to those candidates who go deeper into the primary process (as well as whoever finally gets the nomination). So crafty Bloomberg will get money from the DNP without having shared info on any of his own donors. Well played...
But he's a billionaire like Trump and can dump billions of his own money (instead of millions) into propaganda. As @phideaux said "He got money".
The other ones have spent most of their money early-on trying to beat out Beto and other forgettable ones.
No question that Bloomberg has barrels full of money to throw at this. My only point is that he’ll get even more dough from the DNP, raised from donors recruited by the other candidates. But his own donors will be his alone, unshared. I think he timed his entry into the race very well. He’s a rich and crafty bugger, and someone to watch out for.
Well, the more money he spends on a failed attempt at the nomination, the less money he has to promote his gun control agenda...
That is a good point. Funny how the libs hate and vilify the rich, unless they spend their money on progressive BS.
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