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vlyons

(10,252 posts)
Sun Dec 16, 2018, 10:50 AM Dec 2018

2020 POTUS race

You folks can post all the polls you want for various imaginary POTUS tickets. But I'm not having any of it. I'm waiting for things to unfold and develop. I want to hear some speeches and debates. I want to see the outcomes of the first few primaries. I need more data and evidence. I want to visit websites and see what their published platforms. Know their top 3 domestic agendas.

Any one of them would be a gigantic welcome relief from the Trump nightmare.

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2020 POTUS race (Original Post) vlyons Dec 2018 OP
An old rusty Dodge hubcap would be a gigantic welcome relief! lastlib Dec 2018 #1
It is early and the speculation is just that Sherman A1 Dec 2018 #2
And one might note that anyone polling well at this point tends to lose... TreasonousBastard Dec 2018 #3

lastlib

(23,659 posts)
1. An old rusty Dodge hubcap would be a gigantic welcome relief!
Sun Dec 16, 2018, 10:53 AM
Dec 2018

I'd vote for that hubcap if it ran against Individual 1 and had a *D* after its name....

Sherman A1

(38,958 posts)
2. It is early and the speculation is just that
Sun Dec 16, 2018, 10:56 AM
Dec 2018

speculation, but it is not entirely without merit. People want to share their opinions and thoughts? Well, it is a Discussion Board after all so I believe that discussion is part of what it's all about. I may learn about a candidate or something I knew nothing about from some of these hypotheticals, so it ain't all bad.

For now I am following Andrew Yang and his campaign which is already underway for 2020. I like his ideas on a Universal Basic Income and other parts of his platform. Will he get very far? Don't know, but hopefully some of his ideas will move forward.

TreasonousBastard

(43,049 posts)
3. And one might note that anyone polling well at this point tends to lose...
Sun Dec 16, 2018, 11:42 AM
Dec 2018

Dark horses tend to pop up out of nowhere.

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