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MustLoveBeagles

(11,734 posts)
36. I'm saddened by this
Tue Dec 3, 2019, 10:50 PM
Dec 2019

I know her campaign was having some problems but this was still a suprise. I didn't care for her gotcha with Biden in the first debate, but that aside, I had a lot of respect for her. She was a strong, fearless candidate. I will never forget her kindness towards Beto when he ended his campaign a month ago. As a Beto supporter it meant a lot to me on a day when so many were dumping on him. Her campaign treated his staffers and supporters to dinner. She didn't have to do that and speaks volumes to her character.




And he had some kind words for her too.



Damn...will miss her voice in this race Docreed2003 Dec 2019 #1
Ditto. iluvtennis Dec 2019 #39
Sorry to see Kamala drop out... Raster Dec 2019 #2
Sally Yates. elleng Dec 2019 #3
I like that too... Raster Dec 2019 #5
Im glad. I like her being in the Senate, I don't think she had enough experience. olddad65 Dec 2019 #6
I like her in the Senate too. elleng Dec 2019 #8
Agree with that pretty much bucolic_frolic Dec 2019 #10
Me too, I want her to become a more powerful Senator Tumbulu Dec 2019 #38
I lean more towards Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Can you imagine the sudden mass resignations of cstanleytech Dec 2019 #19
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? left-of-center2012 Dec 2019 #20
Hey you got to admit it would cause a ton of Republicans to lose their shit. cstanleytech Dec 2019 #28
This sucks Pachamama Dec 2019 #4
Oh, not good. Baitball Blogger Dec 2019 #7
If anyone is being targeted, its Warren & Biden. oldsoftie Dec 2019 #17
she was being targeted? left-of-center2012 Dec 2019 #21
I'm so sad to hear this karin_sj Dec 2019 #9
Win-Win quid amateur quo Dec 2019 #11
This makes me sad. Maven Dec 2019 #12
And there was a concerted, organized effort to take her down right after she announced. deurbano Dec 2019 #15
Remember Obama at one time "wasnt black enough". For the reasons you mentioned. oldsoftie Dec 2019 #18
organized effort to take her down? left-of-center2012 Dec 2019 #22
One thing doesn't negate the other, and I believe the former staff member is now working for... deurbano Dec 2019 #24
I too would pretend the one denies the other. Even though it doesn't. LanternWaste Dec 2019 #25
This message was self-deleted by its author left-of-center2012 Dec 2019 #26
Too bad. When she first got in I thought she could be the last candidate standing. Vinca Dec 2019 #13
So sad to hear this. Our "diverse" primary field is getting less so. Once the media FailureToCommunicate Dec 2019 #14
Damn. deurbano Dec 2019 #16
Awww..... nuts Bayard Dec 2019 #23
well hell :( Kurt V. Dec 2019 #27
Sad to see her go dustyscamp Dec 2019 #29
She is one of the few candidates that I think would have done well debating Trump LiberalLovinLug Dec 2019 #30
She Was So Strong McKim Dec 2019 #32
You may be right. elleng Dec 2019 #35
She is still a powerful voice. I know she'll be around as a powerful voice during the Impeachment ancianita Dec 2019 #31
it's getting more and more dismal Skittles Dec 2019 #33
Video: IronLionZion Dec 2019 #34
I'm saddened by this MustLoveBeagles Dec 2019 #36
+1 dalton99a Dec 2019 #37
This was inevitable ConnorMarc Dec 2019 #40
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