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I've been here on DU since 2011 officially, but I lurked for a few years before that. I'm a radical.

My politics have always been way left with an emphasis on radical environmentalism. Iíve found that DU is where I must participate politically, because my folks donít have a real party, and our champions, for the most part, donít show well in elections. Therefore, I vote with and for Democrats. I take my direct action in the marine litter removal area on a regular basis and participate regularly online in environmental communities.

That said, Iím curious, are there any other self identified radicals here who find themselves in the same boat? Of course, I understand if you donít want to identify on an open forum. Iím 71 now and no longer care much who knows what about me. Anywho, thanks for listening.

If Wall Street is excited about your candidate, perhaps you're backing the wrong candidate.

At this moment in time, what does Wall Street have to offer any Democrat?

Gov. Inslee sees the reality of our Climate Crisis: address it first or nothing else will matter.

https://www.democracynow.org/2019/6/11/we_are_facing_an_existential_crisis

Are Democrats well served by a DNC too fearful to openly face humanity's number one crisis?

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/06/06/emergency-we-need-democrats-act-it-outrage-dnc-announces-it-will-not-host-2020

Why must our candidates fight the DNC for a debate on humanity's most pressing crisis?

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/elizabeth-warren-jay-inslee-climate-change-debate-sunrise-movement-dnc-a8947876.html

The front runner is making it extremely difficult for a great many of us

Progressive Environmentalist voters. Of course, he will receive my vote if he is our candidate, but Inslee, Sanders, Gillibrand, Warren, and Gabbard present as more in tune with the immediacy what our next generations face. Posted by Grist...

Joe was a great sidekick and confidante for President Obama.

That said, the world has moved on past, VP Biden. The singularity and immediacy of climate change, especially considering the time consuming environmental protections repairs needed after the 45 rampage, necessitates someone with a deep, up-to-date understanding of what our next generations are facing and the will to make our planet their top priority.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/may/11/joe-biden-no-middle-ground-climate-change?utm_term=Autofeed&CMP=fb_us&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1557575010

Like Greta says, "The house is on fire."

Poor old Joe just does not get it.
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/05/10/bidens-middle-road-climate-plan-condemned-stunningly-un-ambitious-and-death-sentence

Say it ain't true, Joe, say it ain't true.

https://gritpost.com/insurance-ceo-joe-biden-fundraiser/?fbclid=IwAR1aNGig_LLhcvPWkDmB9EiFB9qGCa3GBSJc7IgEOP674itQ0liDrPV6yOs
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