cause we all know if bernie does win the nomination, 100% of dems will support him in the general. So the grudge is not that strong after all. Considering that most dems running this time adopted bernies political positions, it makes it even more plausible. By the way, we dont yet know if Biden will be running. It is a very real possibility that he wont. Would that make bernies win even more likely?
I think it is unhealthy to outright rule out a possibility or even a likelihood that bernie may secure the nomination. Better start weighing all options now to avoid divisions. All I can say is that all my Bernie supporting friends who annoyed me to no end in 2016, got reactivated again so I surely dont want to relive 2016 drama with them again. Turns out they were correct about so many issues and the dangers of compramise. The reality is Bernie is much stronger now than he was in 2016. He is no longer facing a single viable contender, he is #1 in the polls right now among all dems who enetered the race.
Also, remember that Bidens poll numbers are high right now buy they will likely go down if/when he starts campaigning. It has always happened to him, he could never get far in the process.
P.S. Whats with the nonsense, he is not a real democrat? Would you want him to run as independent? Would that help us in any way win in the general? Shouldnt we be grateful he doesnt?
primary today, I would vote for: Joe Biden