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Lakhota

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
 

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I think so. I also think he’s the only one who can. All the other Ds are warmongering corporatists just like Trump. You’d think the D party would learn by now, they don’t win running a republican.
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
Sanders could beat Trump, depends on the economy at the time and also many Sanders supporters voted for Trump in 2016. Also in 2016, Sanders polled better than Clinton when matched against Trump.
 
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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
Trump is already going to get re-elected. They could run Jesus Christ and it wouldn't matter at this point.

It's over.

Start getting ready for 2024.

.
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
Finally, you post something accurate. Shocking I say, who would ever have believed it! Sometimes even an over abundance of peyote can’t hide the truth. Welcome to the real world.
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
It seems like you start this thread every week or two.
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
How old are you? It's came out Bloomberg supports denying healthcare for elderly with severe health issues.

You may vote for your death
 

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Sanders will never be president
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
:laugh:

Democrats have a ZERO chance of beating Trump. :)
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
But the polls say Trump loses all 57 States of Obama, well some of your friends on here have been using polls.

Bloomberg has issues but if it is a choice to run Bloomberg and lose or Sanders and lose you bet your Navajo Casino I want Bloomberg and why?

Down ticket will gain more votes with Bloomberg at the top than Sanders...
 
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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
It seems like you start this thread every week or two.
Please quote where I started this thread before.
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
Hillary would have won despite not having the Bernie "kids" who went with Stein, but for her corruption and the Comey November surprise. But imo Trump will increase his vote total regardless of whom the dems run. I don't think a socialist has a snowball's chance in hell in any of the six or seven battleground states, and I expect Bernie could even lose some "safe" dem states like RI or Conn. A progressive looks to remove barriers to people using initative to better their own lives. A socialist looks to tax others to redistribute wealth, so all pigs are equal except for those pigs that are more equal. And there's gotta be dirt on Bernie's flirtation with the soviets.

I suppose Bloomberg could win. I mean it's still possible he could win more delegates than Bernie. Trump's approval is still under 50%, and the biggest issue in polls is healthcare costs. (Bernie wants to tax us more for the HC we already have, btw) And Trump's been a disaster in farm states. Bloomberg's got policies to make Jr. College no cost, probably work off loans, expand HC coverage, increase soc sec benefits and at least partially eliminate the cap. And Trump is only beginning his campaign of retribution that even his pet AG warns him not to do ….. I mean I could possibly see him snatching a state like GA, Missouri or Iowa.

But, in my heart, I think Trump wins. And personally that's not horrible for my own financial interests. I'd rather him than Bernie.
 
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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
How old are you? It's came out Bloomberg supports denying healthcare for elderly with severe health issues.

You may vote for your death
Please provide a "credible" source where Bloomberg actually said this.
 

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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
Sanders could beat Trump, depends on the economy at the time and also many Sanders supporters voted for Trump in 2016. Also in 2016, Sanders polled better than Clinton when matched against Trump.
Maybe nationally he polled better, but he has probably the second worst chance of wining the electoral college next to the gay guy.
 
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I really don't think so! I welcome any credible views to the contrary. Here is what I think:

1. If Bernie wins the democratic primary - we'll likely have four more years of Trump*.

2. If Bernie loses the democratic primary - his supporters will likely not support the winner. Trump* wins.

3. Therefore, either way, it looks good for Trump*.

4. I'm watching Bloomberg very closely.
Hillary would have won despite not having the Bernie "kids" who went with Stein, but for her corruption and the Comey November surprise. But imo Trump will increase his vote total regardless of whom the dems run. I don't think a socialist has a snowball's chance in hell in any of the six or seven battleground states, and I expect Bernie could even lose some "safe" dem states like RI or Conn. A progressive looks to remove barriers to people using initative to better their own lives. A socialist looks to tax others to redistribute wealth, so all pigs are equal except for those pigs that are more equal. And there's gotta be dirt on Bernie's flirtation with the soviets.

I suppose Bloomberg could win. I mean it's still possible he could win more delegates than Bernie. Trump's approval is still under 50%, and the biggest issue in polls is healthcare costs. (Bernie wants to tax us more for the HC we already have, btw) And Trump's been a disaster in farm states. He's got policies to make Jr. College no cost, probably work off loans, expand HC coverage, increase soc sec benefits and at least partially eliminate the cap. And Trump is only beginning his campaign of retribution that even his pet AG warns him not to do ….. I mean I could possibly see him snatching a state like GA, Missouri or Iowa.

But, in my heart, I think Trump wins. And personally that's not horrible for my own financial interests.
You lost me regarding "Hillary's corruption". I stopped reading after that. Hillary has never been indicted or convicted of any crimes.
 

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I think most people realize what we would get from a Bernie presidency...
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A huge amount of voters say they'd never vote for a socialist commie slob like Breadline Bernie....
 

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