Well, there were enough people to get hooked on the last one and I do mean hooked, but not in a nice way!
Better luck this time. But I am sure that the Party Bosses on both sides have already made their picks.This time, D’s, NOT a Clinton or Kennedy.
Hey, Jeff. There were 17 Republican candidates on the first debate stage in 2016. Remember? And look who they nominated.. but that’s another cartoon.
I think the large field is good. I like the looks of them, and as long as they don’t eat each other, we’ll be fine.
There also should be a flush handle as most will have gone down the pipe by primary time. Primaries – another waste of time meant to narrow a field of those chosen for greatness by party pontiffs.
It’s seemingly a process(er)
One can only hope that the lowest common denominator does not become the one that is selected for the general election. It did not do well for the image of the Republican party and could be harmful to the Democrats as well?
I’m Buzz Lightyear and I come in peace.
Stay away from the orange one, and you’ll be fine.
This looks a lot like the Repub field of 2015. Hopefully, the Dems will make better choices.
As long as the votes of the rural states have more clout than those of the coasts (thank you, founding fathers) the republicans will have an advantage going in in every presidential election.
So far, I’m with Warren, but there are quite a few that I’ll work for it they win the nomination. RULE NO 1!!! Any time any Democrat disses another Democrat, they are automatically marked off the list. Tell me why YOU should be president, not what’s wrong with the other guy (or gal), because anyone stupid enough to tear down any Democrat is too stupid to be the Democratic nominee.
One thing is for certain, in 2016 Americans got tired of voting for the LESSER of two evils.
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