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Originally posted by steeleye20

Well he is running and I have seen his very inspirational video, I think Americans could respond.

I quite like some aspects of Sanders.....but I would be surprised if he won but hey you have to be in it to win it......He was cheated out of the nomination last time around.

As always the American elections will be fascinating.

 

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Originally posted by steeleye20

Well he is running and I have seen his very inspirational video, I think Americans could respond.

Only the stupid ones.
Racism will be for the democrats to reinstate.

 

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'Trump administration launches global effort to end criminalization of homosexuality' [Link]

Won't see a positive Trump story like that in the UK mainstream media.

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

I quite like some aspects of Sanders.....but I would be surprised if he won but hey you have to be in it to win it......He was cheated out of the nomination last time around.

As always the American elections will be fascinating.

Sanders is massive but will get stitched up by the Democrat establishment again....

 

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Originally posted by Penge Eagle

Sanders is massive but will get stitched up by the Democrat establishment again....

Yep, they make the GOP look like choir boys.

 

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From the Guardian!

'Say what you will about Trump, but his tactics on North Korea are working' [Link]

 

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Originally posted by Penge Eagle

Sanders is massive but will get stitched up by the Democrat establishment again....


In just a few hours of announcing he has raised far far more than the democrat hopefuls.

I think he would have beatedn Trump first time around but unless the economy tanks.....He's unlikely to win in 2020.

But demographics mean that the US will shortly be permanently Democratic.....or at least non republican. By the later half of the 2020s the stats mean that it won't matter how popular a Republican is.

It will just become a battle between the right, centre and left of the democratic party. Red states will start to segregate even more....especially as the democrats will try to 'diversify' them.....At that point a lot of normies will start to wake up.

The future for the US is a socialist government.

And then all s***e is going to break loose.

Edited by Stirlingsays (25 Feb 2019 12.55pm)

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays


In just a few hours of announcing he has raised far far more than the democrat hopefuls.

I think he would have beatedn Trump first time around but unless the economy tanks.....He's unlikely to win in 2020.

But demographics mean that the US will shortly be permanently Democratic.....or at least non republican. By the later half of the 2020s the stats mean that it won't matter how popular a Republican is.

It will just become a battle between the right, centre and left of the democratic party. Red states will start to segregate even more....especially as the democrats will try to 'diversify' them.....At that point a lot of normies will start to wake up.

The future for the US is a socialist government.

And then all s***e is going to break loose.

Edited by Stirlingsays (25 Feb 2019 12.55pm)

I don't think it'll happen (luckily) because the Democrat establishment will ensure of it. The likes of Pelosi and Schumer don't agree with the radical agenda of Bernie and AOC and they outnumber that fringe. Though Bernie got a huge support last time, it won't be enough to win the whole country and win an election because not enough moderate Dems would vote for him in my view. All his policies can be ripped to shreds.

Edited by Penge Eagle (25 Feb 2019 1.28pm)

 

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Originally posted by Penge Eagle

I don't think it'll happen (luckily) because the Democrat establishment will ensure of it. The likes of Pelosi and Schumer don't agree with the radical agenda of Bernie and AOC and they outnumber that fringe. Though Bernie got a huge support last time, it won't be enough to win the whole country and win an election because not enough moderate Dems would vote for him in my view. All his policies can be ripped to shreds.

Edited by Penge Eagle (25 Feb 2019 1.28pm)

The corporate money certainly outweighs them for sure.....though amongst the democratic support I can't think it's close. I don't see how Sanders doesn't win the nomination unless he either dies or that the democrats just directly block him......apart from the pure unethical nature of that I doubt it will happen.

But whatever happens Penge...the unfortunate reality is that it's just a matter of time.

Edited by Stirlingsays (25 Feb 2019 1.33pm)

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

The corporate money certainly outweighs them for sure.....though amongst the democratic support I can't think it's close. I don't see how Sanders doesn't win the nomination unless he either dies or that the democrats just directly block him.

But whatever happens Penge...the unfortunate reality is that it's just a matter of time.

You pessimist!

 

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Originally posted by Penge Eagle

You pessimist!

I can't deny it.

It's pretty bleak, I'd prefer to be wrong.....I'm off for a biscuit.

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

I quite like some aspects of Sanders.....but I would be surprised if he won but hey you have to be in it to win it......He was cheated out of the nomination last time around.

As always the American elections will be fascinating.

As was Ron Paul in the past.
A man who truly knows the workings of an economy........which is maybe why he never got the gig.

Edited by .TUX. (25 Feb 2019 9.53pm)

 


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