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DemocratSinceBirth

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Thu Mar 5, 2020, 10:20 AM Mar 2020

If Joe Biden wins Michigan next week should Bernie Sanders continue his campaign? [View all]


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Yes
4 (9%)
No
40 (91%)
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If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
Joe Biden
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Bernie should have dropped out yesterday. Laelth Mar 2020 #1
Like all candidates ... DemocratSinceBirth Mar 2020 #6
That's my feeling, yes. n/t Laelth Mar 2020 #7
Amen. Hopefully that "someone" will have much better political acumen. Yavin4 Mar 2020 #17
That person will NEED TO BE a team player. Amen. n/t Laelth Mar 2020 #20
At least not insult every ally and then demand loyalty from them. Yavin4 Mar 2020 #21
Yeah. That would help. n/t Laelth Mar 2020 #22
Nah, his delegate count is almost as much as Biden's Polybius Mar 2020 #32
He'll stay in the race until Biden has a majority. TwilightZone Mar 2020 #2
Why bother asking when you know he will? brooklynite Mar 2020 #3
Bernie will stay in until the last second of the convention left-of-center2012 Mar 2020 #4
The thing Bernie is up against is that people just want BusyBeingBest Mar 2020 #5
Florida philf99 Mar 2020 #8
I think it is going to be by a lot more than that in Florida. (eom) StevieM Mar 2020 #23
I would say wait till the end of the day next Tuesday, for the results of all 6 states to come in onetexan Mar 2020 #9
If the losses continue to pile up over the next two weeks greenjar_01 Mar 2020 #10
He should continue it upto the convention LostOne4Ever Mar 2020 #11
Couldn't that be said about every candidate greenjar_01 Mar 2020 #12
It could be said about any other candidate LostOne4Ever Mar 2020 #13
Ah greenjar_01 Mar 2020 #16
It is not about the message or he would not be presenting ads with Obama in them...he Demsrule86 Mar 2020 #25
If he cares about this country, he will not bring it to the convention...it will help Trump. Demsrule86 Mar 2020 #18
That is your opinion LostOne4Ever Mar 2020 #19
Yes it is my opinion...Sanders should consider his legacy...does he want to be seen as causing chaos Demsrule86 Mar 2020 #24
If he does as he did last time LostOne4Ever Mar 2020 #38
The convention was too late for unity...and I don't think Sander did as much as he could have Demsrule86 Mar 2020 #40
That argument LostOne4Ever Mar 2020 #41
Can he do such without going all the way to convention? thx in advance uponit7771 Mar 2020 #29
Up to him to decide LostOne4Ever Mar 2020 #39
lulz obamanut2012 Mar 2020 #43
If he wants to. Turin_C3PO Mar 2020 #14
No, but he will LongtimeAZDem Mar 2020 #15
nothing will get sanders to end early, he is ego driven as they come beachbumbob Mar 2020 #26
Of course he shouldn't. But he will. Squinch Mar 2020 #27
I don't want him to.. Moderateguy Mar 2020 #28
Yes. But I am afraid staying in means continuing to attack Biden through distorting his emmaverybo Mar 2020 #34
Like I said with Sanders' vetting Moderateguy Mar 2020 #36
Well, there's that. emmaverybo Mar 2020 #47
No, but there is no chance he drops out. Happy Hoosier Mar 2020 #30
Depends on whether he wins by a significant KPN Mar 2020 #31
I'd hope Biden would do the same is he loses Michigan jimfields33 Mar 2020 #33
Unless there is cheating or Russian meddling with figures, Bernie will not win Michigan. emmaverybo Mar 2020 #35
He won in 2016 with a strong candidate jimfields33 Mar 2020 #37
He was more of a novelty then. You underestimate Joe.He is absolutely a strong candidate, emmaverybo Mar 2020 #44
Keep reaching.... jimfields33 Mar 2020 #45
Problem is even if he does win Michigan, he is up against a coalition more powerful and broad emmaverybo Mar 2020 #46
No, but he will n/t obamanut2012 Mar 2020 #42
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