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(Washington Post)   The problem with the Biden campaign is not that it doesn't have momentum. It's that all of its momentum is pushing in the wrong direction   (washingtonpost.com) divider line
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2020-02-11 6:34:55 PM  
Balderdash, his appeal is becoming more selective.
appeal more selective
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2020-02-11 6:46:56 PM  
Um, that's Joementum, Subby.
 
2020-02-11 7:25:59 PM  
Joe and Pete don't want me to get health care or social security.  It's distressing.
 
2020-02-11 7:59:55 PM  
Twirling twirling twirling towards freedom?
 
2020-02-11 8:17:56 PM  
That narrative changes in SC though, right?

You know, when those people that aren't white get to vote
 
2020-02-11 8:40:24 PM  

red230: Balderdash, his appeal is becoming more selective.
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And New Hampshire isn't a big primary state.
 
2020-02-11 9:40:16 PM  

Gubbo: That narrative changes in SC though, right?

You know, when those people that aren't white get to vote


Now now. You don't get more demographically diverse than Iowa and New Hampshire.

Why, they're more diverse than the stage at a Dave Matthews concer-, oh, sorry. Correction: They're as diverse as the audience at a Dave Matthews concert.
 
2020-02-11 9:40:32 PM  
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2020-02-11 9:43:00 PM  
Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?
 
2020-02-11 9:43:08 PM  
Everyone sees it, but no one is willing to say it out loud: He is on the wrong side of the age related cognitive decline slope, and he is at the point of no return. Sorry, Joe...you can't be president.
 
2020-02-11 9:45:39 PM  

Purple_Urkle: Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?


Because both of them have been trending upwards for months while Biden started high and has been dropping steadily.
 
2020-02-11 9:46:16 PM  
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2020-02-11 9:52:03 PM  
One more for the trifecta?
 
2020-02-11 9:52:11 PM  
Forget the political bent itself.

The election of Trump was a loud signal to cut the shiat already.

Enough with the management-speak politics that pretends to 'feel the pain' of the working and lower classes while silently serving the interests of capital.  Hillary's loss may have been a major blessing when all is said and done.

Politics is an ebb and flow.  Right now, we desperately need an FDR style socialist.
 
2020-02-11 9:56:16 PM  

Gubbo: That narrative changes in SC though, right?

You know, when those people that aren't white get to vote


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2020-02-11 9:59:56 PM  

contrapunctus: Forget the political bent itself.

The election of Trump was a loud signal to cut the shiat already.

Enough with the management-speak politics that pretends to 'feel the pain' of the working and lower classes while silently serving the interests of capital.  Hillary's loss may have been a major blessing when all is said and done.

Politics is an ebb and flow.  Right now, we desperately need an FDR style socialist.


But Biden is going to do the thing and make the stuff.

/what the hell is his actual platform?
 
2020-02-11 10:00:19 PM  

Purple_Urkle: Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?


Because these are far left boards?
 
2020-02-11 10:00:40 PM  

contrapunctus: Forget the political bent itself.

The election of Trump was a loud signal to cut the shiat already.

Enough with the management-speak politics that pretends to 'feel the pain' of the working and lower classes while silently serving the interests of capital.  Hillary's loss may have been a major blessing when all is said and done.

Politics is an ebb and flow.  Right now, we desperately need an FDR style socialist.


FDR had congressional supermajorities.
It's more than just who is in the big chair.
 
2020-02-11 10:01:05 PM  

PainInTheASP: red230: Balderdash, his appeal is becoming more selective.
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And New Hampshire isn't a big primary state.


Well, at least after last week, D felt like the saddest of all parties
 
2020-02-11 10:01:16 PM  
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2020-02-11 10:02:36 PM  
The problem with Biden's campaign is that the Trump disinformation campaign worked. Announcing an investigation didn't need to come from the Ukraine because falsehoods were echoed by Republican Senators and Representatives so that his message I buried in its stink.
 
2020-02-11 10:03:04 PM  

Tannhauser: Purple_Urkle: Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?

Because these are far left boards?


lmao not even close
 
2020-02-11 10:04:31 PM  

Purple_Urkle: Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?


some snowflake is either deeeeeply concerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrned, or afraid.
 
2020-02-11 10:05:16 PM  
Everyone not name Pete, Amy, or Bernie need to drop out at this point.
 
2020-02-11 10:06:33 PM  

MHudson: Tannhauser: Purple_Urkle: Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?

Because these are far left boards?

lmao not even close


Found one.
 
2020-02-11 10:06:55 PM  

Tannhauser: Purple_Urkle: Why are there never articles like this when other candidates start taking a dip?

Why the concern for Biden not Warren?

Because these are far left boards?


So far left that there have been daily Bernie-bashing threads.

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2020-02-11 10:08:42 PM  
It's just weird. His behavior is weird. I saw him on Joking Moe ... er I mean Morning Joe and he was, well, weird. He has flashes of folksy humor and likeability then the onions start getting tied to the belt. He rambled for about 4 minutes at one point with Joe and Mika looking increasingly concerned he may never stop. I couldn't help but think, dude, Don Don does that. The incoherent tangential rambling. Like back when I was visiting Great America on LSD and there were all these burn victims and I found a $100 bill and i said to myself this is why I should be President ... um ... yeah.

/ Actual true story thrown in there.
 
2020-02-11 10:08:50 PM  

Senseless_drivel: The problem with Biden's campaign is that the Trump disinformation campaign worked. Announcing an investigation didn't need to come from the Ukraine because falsehoods were echoed by Republican Senators and Representatives so that his message I buried in its stink.


Feh. Trump schmump.

How do you know it wasn't my anti-Disney/anti-Comcast campaign?
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2020-02-11 10:09:39 PM  
If there's one thing Mike Bloomberg is good for, it's splitting the conservative vote in the democratic primary.
 
2020-02-11 10:10:00 PM  

Action Replay Nick: contrapunctus: Forget the political bent itself.

The election of Trump was a loud signal to cut the shiat already.

Enough with the management-speak politics that pretends to 'feel the pain' of the working and lower classes while silently serving the interests of capital.  Hillary's loss may have been a major blessing when all is said and done.

Politics is an ebb and flow.  Right now, we desperately need an FDR style socialist.

But Biden is going to do the thing and make the stuff.

/what the hell is his actual platform?


Whatever Comcast tells him it is.
 
2020-02-11 10:11:00 PM  
Boltin' Joe has left and gone away.
Hey, hey, hey!

/hey, hey hey
 
2020-02-11 10:12:12 PM  
I wouldn't blame him for dropping out if he doesn't win SC.

He's no dummy, and this isn't going well for him. He can still pull stakes and ride into the sunset.
 
2020-02-11 10:15:18 PM  
His time was in 2016 but the wrong son got brain cancer and he grieved out of the running (do you think Trump would drop out if one of his dumbass sons died? Fat chance LOL) now he is too old and irrelevant. SAD
 
2020-02-11 10:20:10 PM  

GregInIndy: I wouldn't blame him for dropping out if he doesn't win SC.

He's no dummy, and this isn't going well for him. He can still pull stakes and ride into the sunset.


Given tonight's result I wouldn't be surprised if he packs it in before South Carolina
 
2020-02-11 10:24:04 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Joe and Pete don't want me to get health care or social security.  It's distressing.


Maybe they're just not that into you.
 
2020-02-11 10:25:42 PM  

leeksfromchichis: Action Replay Nick: contrapunctus: Forget the political bent itself.

The election of Trump was a loud signal to cut the shiat already.

Enough with the management-speak politics that pretends to 'feel the pain' of the working and lower classes while silently serving the interests of capital.  Hillary's loss may have been a major blessing when all is said and done.

Politics is an ebb and flow.  Right now, we desperately need an FDR style socialist.

But Biden is going to do the thing and make the stuff.

/what the hell is his actual platform?

Whatever Comcast tells him it is.


And folks think we got ourselves a free press
 
2020-02-11 10:34:16 PM  

qorkfiend: GregInIndy: I wouldn't blame him for dropping out if he doesn't win SC.

He's no dummy, and this isn't going well for him. He can still pull stakes and ride into the sunset.

Given tonight's result I wouldn't be surprised if he packs it in before South Carolina


I would be - but he probably should.
 
2020-02-11 10:35:53 PM  
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2020-02-11 10:36:03 PM  
Thanks for your service, Joe. You're a good man.
Now, it's over Joe. We need to move on in another direction.
Take the rest of the game off. You played hard.
Go home and see the family.

Thanks Joe.
 
2020-02-11 10:37:24 PM  
I have to believe Biden is running on fumes right now. I'm not sure he ever really had a big donor base to begin with.
 
2020-02-11 10:41:04 PM  

Senseless_drivel: The problem with Biden's campaign is that the Trump disinformation campaign worked. Announcing an investigation didn't need to come from the Ukraine because falsehoods were echoed by Republican Senators and Representatives so that his message I buried in its stink.


That might have something to do with it, but the main issue is Biden. He's a weird dude who has never had a successful run at president. And he's only gotten stranger and more incoherent.

That is why Trump making this effort to try and get damaging info on him was so stupid to begin with. Just let Biden be Biden and he won't have a successful run at the primary.
 
2020-02-11 10:42:57 PM  

Gubbo: That narrative changes in SC though, right?


Biden sure will show us hornswagglers on February THE twenty ninth.
 
2020-02-11 10:43:15 PM  

Gubbo: That narrative changes in SC though, right?

You know, when those people that aren't white get to vote


Yeah, those people who live in a state that will never go Democratic.

But that doesn't matter, of course
 
2020-02-11 10:43:48 PM  

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2020-02-11 10:45:49 PM  

knobmaker: Yeah, those people who live in a state that will never go Democratic.

But that doesn't matter, of course


South Carolina is important because its the first primary where African American voters (a huge component of the Democratic base) are a large percentage of eligible voters.  How South Carolina goes, so usually does the African American vote.
 
2020-02-11 10:47:11 PM  

gameshowhost: Gubbo: That narrative changes in SC though, right?

Biden sure will show us hornswagglers on February THE twenty ninth.


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2020-02-11 10:49:38 PM  

sprgrss: knobmaker: Yeah, those people who live in a state that will never go Democratic.

But that doesn't matter, of course

South Carolina is important because its the first primary where African American voters (a huge component of the Democratic base) are a large percentage of eligible voters.  How South Carolina goes, so usually does the African American vote.


Sure sure. Because black people are sure to vote Republican if not properly pandered to.
 
2020-02-11 10:51:45 PM  

Action Replay Nick: contrapunctus: Forget the political bent itself.

The election of Trump was a loud signal to cut the shiat already.

Enough with the management-speak politics that pretends to 'feel the pain' of the working and lower classes while silently serving the interests of capital.  Hillary's loss may have been a major blessing when all is said and done.

Politics is an ebb and flow.  Right now, we desperately need an FDR style socialist.

But Biden is going to do the thing and make the stuff.

/what the hell is his actual platform?


Listen, fat. You are a dog faced pony soldier. Corn Pop and I are gonna kick your ass. Wanna do some pushups?How about you vote for someone else?
 
2020-02-11 10:52:29 PM  

knobmaker: sprgrss: knobmaker: Yeah, those people who live in a state that will never go Democratic.

But that doesn't matter, of course

South Carolina is important because its the first primary where African American voters (a huge component of the Democratic base) are a large percentage of eligible voters.  How South Carolina goes, so usually does the African American vote.

Sure sure. Because black people are sure to vote Republican if not properly pandered to.


There are African Americans in states more populous than South Carolina where the Democrats have a chance of prevailing.  States that send quite a few delegates to the Convention.  Opportunities for Biden or anyone for that matter, to pick up important delegates and gain momentum.

But sure, think about it purely as the Democrats have the African Americans squarely on the plantation, they'll never leave.  They'll always be Democrats which is why the Democrats should just take them granted.  That'll never ever backfire.
 
2020-02-11 10:52:53 PM  

knobmaker: sprgrss: knobmaker: Yeah, those people who live in a state that will never go Democratic.

But that doesn't matter, of course

South Carolina is important because its the first primary where African American voters (a huge component of the Democratic base) are a large percentage of eligible voters.  How South Carolina goes, so usually does the African American vote.

Sure sure. Because black people are sure to vote Republican if not properly pandered to.


They don't have to vote at all. The point is to bring in as big a coalition as possible and yes, black voters matter no where they live.
 
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