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Undecided 37%
Elizabeth Warren19%
Joe Biden14%
Kamala Harris9%
Bernie Sanders8%

Thu Feb 21, 2019, 10:00 PM



If history is a guide, the Democratic Party will go backwards in the 2022 midterms. The two occasions since the Civil War that the Presidentís Party has gained, 1934, and 2002 were times of extraordinary national crisis.

From Day One, the New Democratic President will face the same well funded, highly organised, hysterical opposition that gave birth to The Contact On America and The Tea Party Bowel Movement.

My question for the 2020 candidates is what will they do to avoid the sort of catastrophic defeat in the first midterms that crippled WJC and Obama. Will they, acknowledge, from Day One, that the Republicans in Congress are not legislative partners, but the representives of a rabid hardline base that will accept nothing less than total opposition on everything?

Our 2020 candidates donít have to wait until Inaguaration Day to find out that the Republican legislative agenda is to make her or him a one term president. There will not be people of goodwill coming together on common sense proposals for a common purpose, but the representatives of fanatics, hell bent on killing the new presidency from Day One.

So how will our Candidates intend to govern? Will they take no prisoners, or wait for the mass graves in 2020?

ďItís not going to be hope and change. Itís going to be truth and justice.Ē (Kamala Harris Campaign) Well but donít bring handcuffs to a gun fight. Iím thinking napalm and tanks.
If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
Elizabeth Warren

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