Joe Biden supports impeaching Trump

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  1. jkcerda macrumors 6502a

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    it's common sense for anyone not wearing partisan blinders, as mentioned a few times democrats seemingly have nothing else to offer........
     
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    :eek::D:cool::confused::(:)o_O <- needs more smileys!!
     
  3. BeeGood macrumors 68000

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    This is true, but what the 2020 election could become is “corrupt person A” vs “socialist B”, or “corrupt person A” vs “corporatist who likes to touch women and children he doesn’t know”.

    If that happens, then yes, Trump has a good chance of winning all of the “lesser of two evils” voters yet again. Because here’s the reality. When you step away from Facebook and Twitter, turn the TV off, step outside and talk to actual people around you, things are generally pretty good. People have jobs, we’re not engaged in any stupid wars and crime continues its decade-long decent. Historically speaking, that’s a really high hill for a presidential candidate to climb, even if the incumbent is a turd.

    The Dems need to actually put some effort into this election if they want to win, and that effort needs to be focused. Not on Trump, but on why people who voted Trump in 2016 and can’t stand him in 2019 should not vote for Trump again in 2020. If the Democratic response to that is “the reason is self-evident”, then congrats Dems. Enjoy your L next year.
     
  4. lowendlinux Contributor

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    The thing is the D canidate who ever it is really doesn't need to take may votes back to win. Trump won by winning the rust belt by a few percentage points, if the D can win MI and PA that's pretty much all that person will need to do to secure the win.

    Trumps support isn't particularly broad even if it's deep.
     
  5. jkcerda macrumors 6502a

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    I don't see them winning anything with their current strategy
     
  6. lowendlinux Contributor

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    Why so they all need the same strategy.

    Some are running on I'm not Trump, some are laying out their wish lists, some are doing it for name recognition for future elections.

    If Biden is as strong with minorities as politico was saying this morning and he keeps a presence in PA, MI, WI, and MN I don't think Trump has Mich of a chance.

    Crazy uncle Joe isn't as polarizing as HRC , doesn't have Clinton baggage and a lifetime in politics. If Sanders graciously endorses him he'll take enough of the young vote to be close to Iron Man.

    Biden is also enough of a political hound that he's going to pick a southern minority or woman or both to balance the old white guy.

    If the nomination goes to scrappy underdog like mayor Pete or Beto, Trump is fairly likely to win baring some huge ground swell.

    Next summer is going to be epic though
     

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