Who will those who control the Soc/Dem Party select to run for President and VP in 2024?

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Biden, Harris, Buttigieg, Newsom, Warren, Sanders, AOC, Hillary, Demings, Witmer, Klobuchar?

Whoa, that's some slim pickins' there! Feel free to add "others"....LOL

My longshot choices right now: Newsom and Demings

The current fools are polling lower than whale shit. Mayor Pete's fraternity leave? Warren and Sanders---too old, too nasty AOC is the Hispanic Harris in waiting and the leaders know that. Hillary LOL
if she's not in jail .01% chance. Witmer and Klobuchar both way too white for the new Soc/Dem Party and where it's headed plus they come from blah states.

Newsom will do some ultra-Left wing crazy stunt as Governor of CA to seal the deal and Deming checks so many boxes the Soc/Dems will require of future candidates and she's from FL
 
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Biden, Harris, Buttigieg, Newsom, Warren, Sanders, AOC, Hillary, Demings, Witmer, Klobuchar?

Whoa, that's some slim pickins' there! Feel free to add "others"....LOL

My longshot choices right now: Newsom and Demings

The current fools are polling lower than whale shit. Mayor Pete's fraternity leave? Warren and Sanders---too old, too nasty AOC is the Hispanic Harris in waiting and the leaders know that. Hillary LOL
if she's not in jail .01% chance. Witmer and Klobuchar both way too white for the new Soc/Dem Party and where it's headed plus they come from blah states.

Newsom will do some ultra-Left wing crazy stunt as Governor of CA to seal the deal and Deming checks so many boxes the Soc/Dems will require of future candidates and she's from FL
Buttigieg has really looked stupid during his interviews on supply chain and gas prices. I get that he's trying g to follow the party line, but boy is he digging a hole for himself
 

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Buttigieg has really looked stupid during his interviews on supply chain and gas prices. I get that he's trying g to follow the party line, but boy is he digging a hole for himself
Buttigieg is a smart guy, and one gets the sense that he leans toward manager. His problem is he's too eager. If he had the patience to run for, win, and do the job of an elected official representing someplace bigger than South Bend, Indiana but smaller than the Most Powerful Nation on Earth (tm), I really think he'd grow into a reasonably competent and capable manager politician. Hell, I'd even overlook the fact that he worked at McKinsey. (There's nothing quite so legally dangerous in life as a Mckinsey slide deck.)

He thought he was getting the same "experience" by taking on an unappointed cabinet position that no one really cares about, but then it turned out that it ended up being a cabinet post that people do care about when goods and services don't move due to a pandemic. I think the net effect of this is that it will have stunted his growth as a politician, to his, and his party's, detriment.
 
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I feel like the nation has to make it to 2024 let alone wonder who will be running for POTUS. I don't think Biden will be president in 2024 so there's that as well. The incumbent will be President Harris. So she'll be the frontrunner but since she can't put together proper sentences, she'll be challenged. Nobody in the cabinet will challenge her so that leaves a senator, Gov or congressperson. newsom will run. so will Witmer. Warren, Booker and Klobacher will run. Then you have Sanders, who is too old. Hillary maybe? Cupboard is pretty bare.
 
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I feel like the nation has to make it to 2024 let alone wonder who will be running for POTUS. I don't think Biden will be president in 2024 so there's that as well. The incumbent will be President Harris. So she'll be the frontrunner but since she can't put together proper sentences, she'll be challenged. Nobody in the cabinet will challenge her so that leaves a senator, Gov or congressperson. newsom will run. so will Witmer. Warren, Booker and Klobacher will run. Then you have Sanders, who is too old. Hillary maybe? Cupboard is pretty bare.

Just four years ago I was not political at all. I knew the Democratic Party had some radicals like Sanders but was pretty neutral about the rest of them.

Now that I've started paying attention and have been evaluating what they say/do at face value it is clear to me that the Democratic Party has nothing to offer but damage -- and serious damage -- as they've decided to inflate my retirement away.

That list of the "best" is really scary. I doubt that they could win in a fair election. They will try to buy votes like they always do by promising some need that will be socialized. Expecting healthcare to be the next domino.

By 2024 the country will be pretty much a wreck through inflation, a poorly performing workforce, and a lack of domestic production as a result of the Biden Administration's overbearing regulatory policies, lack of border enforcement, and lack of leadership to curb lawlessness. It's possible we might even have WW3. Really scary that this would be our leadership in such an event. Churchill/Roosevelt these people are not. Stalin would be a closer match.
 
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Just four years ago I was not political at all. I knew the Democratic Party had some radicals like Sanders but was pretty neutral about the rest of them.

Now that I've started paying attention and have been evaluating what they say/do at face value it is clear to me that the Democratic Party has nothing to offer but damage -- and serious damage -- as they've decided to inflate my retirement away.

That list of the "best" is really scary. I doubt that they could win in a fair election. They will try to buy votes like they always do by promising some need that will be socialized. Expecting healthcare to be the next domino.

By 2024 the country will be pretty much a wreck through inflation, a poorly performing workforce, and a lack of domestic production as a result of the Biden Administration's overbearing regulatory policies, lack of border enforcement, and lack of leadership to curb lawlessness. It's possible we might even have WW3. Really scary that this would be our leadership in such an event. Churchill/Roosevelt these people are not. Stalin would be a closer match.
The democrats have all been about the business of victimhood since ~ 2012. I don't know of a single initiative where it hasn't been spearheaded by some kind of "victim". victims of prosecution, victims of abortion, victims of race, victims of gender, victims of weather, victims of drugs...there isn't a single issue that I am aware of that tries to advance society as a whole. Not one. nobody talks about mitigating the need for abortions, education, taking ownership of your life, dedication, hard work, perseverance, and ownership.
 

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Buttigieg is a smart guy, and one gets the sense that he leans toward manager. His problem is he's too eager. If he had the patience to run for, win, and do the job of an elected official representing someplace bigger than South Bend, Indiana but smaller than the Most Powerful Nation on Earth (tm), I really think he'd grow into a reasonably competent and capable manager politician. Hell, I'd even overlook the fact that he worked at McKinsey. (There's nothing quite so legally dangerous in life as a Mckinsey slide deck.)

He thought he was getting the same "experience" by taking on an unappointed cabinet position that no one really cares about, but then it turned out that it ended up being a cabinet post that people do care about when goods and services don't move due to a pandemic. I think the net effect of this is that it will have stunted his growth as a politician, to his, and his party's, detriment.
I agree he has intelligence, I don't think he's very smart. He has a higher than average IQ but needs to be told what to do.
 

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Buttigieg has really looked stupid during his interviews on supply chain and gas prices. I get that he's trying g to follow the party line, but boy is he digging a hole for himself
That's a problem for anyone associated with this cluster fvck known as the Biden Admin. The Biden cabinet is full of incompetents, but even those who may have been able to do a somewhat decent job under another POTUS are being sucked into the vortex of ultra-Left extremism and will forever be marked with a scarlet "B". Guilt by association.

Maybe the smartest folks in the whole sh1t circus were all of Kamala's staff who jumped ship early on. It's just a matter of time (after the mid-terms?) when more higher visibility people will start leaving in droves.

That's why I think the Soc/Dems will have to go with new blood or someone outside of the DC clique in 2024 ....someone not associated with this failed Admin.
 
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I feel like the nation has to make it to 2024 let alone wonder who will be running for POTUS. I don't think Biden will be president in 2024 so there's that as well. The incumbent will be President Harris. So she'll be the frontrunner but since she can't put together proper sentences, she'll be challenged. Nobody in the cabinet will challenge her so that leaves a senator, Gov or congressperson. newsom will run. so will Witmer. Warren, Booker and Klobacher will run. Then you have Sanders, who is too old. Hillary maybe? Cupboard is pretty bare.
Plus Kamala's run out of people to screw to get to the next step on the ladder......she's going for the top rung ....OMG, she'll have to actually earn this one....
 

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Biden, Harris, Buttigieg, Newsom, Warren, Sanders, AOC, Hillary, Demings, Witmer, Klobuchar?

Whoa, that's some slim pickins' there! Feel free to add "others"....LOL

My longshot choices right now: Newsom and Demings

The current fools are polling lower than whale shit. Mayor Pete's fraternity leave? Warren and Sanders---too old, too nasty AOC is the Hispanic Harris in waiting and the leaders know that. Hillary LOL
if she's not in jail .01% chance. Witmer and Klobuchar both way too white for the new Soc/Dem Party and where it's headed plus they come from blah states.

Newsom will do some ultra-Left wing crazy stunt as Governor of CA to seal the deal and Deming checks so many boxes the Soc/Dems will require of future candidates and she's from FL
Biden, Harris, Buttigieg, Newsom, Warren, Sanders, AOC, Hillary, Demings, Witmer, Klobuchar?

Whoa, that's some slim pickins' there! Feel free to add "others"....LOL

My longshot choices right now: Newsom and Demings

The current fools are polling lower than whale shit. Mayor Pete's fraternity leave? Warren and Sanders---too old, too nasty AOC is the Hispanic Harris in waiting and the leaders know that. Hillary LOL
if she's not in jail .01% chance. Witmer and Klobuchar both way too white for the new Soc/Dem Party and where it's headed plus they come from blah states.

Newsom will do some ultra-Left wing crazy stunt as Governor of CA to seal the deal and Deming checks so many boxes the Soc/Dems will require of future candidates and she's from FL
Biden got the nomination and won the election in theory because he was supposed to be a moderate. I don’t see any more of those in the Democrat Party except for maybe Manchin.
 

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Biden got the nomination and won the election in theory because he was supposed to be a moderate. I don’t see any more of those in the Democrat Party except for maybe Manchin.
The "moderate" ship has long sailed out of the Soc/Dem port. The party continues to drift further and further Left and the old (and I mean OLD) leadership is slowly giving way to the openly socialist new generation that has gained control of their party.

After the 2022 mid-terms, the Soc/Dems will be concentrated in the Northeast , West Coast and other inner city pockets throughout the country. The Reps from those areas will be the new breed radicals for the most part. When 2024 comes around, they'll be the power brokers of the party and you can bet your sweet bippy that they will put forth a candidate who reflects their far out ideas.
 
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Whoever Obama wants to run.... I see Susan Rice coming out of the shadows posing as the experienced, non-politician candidate.
 

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Whoever Obama wants to run.... I see Susan Rice coming out of the shadows posing as the experienced, non-politician candidate.

Yep, she's in hiding, but probably writing the scripts. When it's time she can totally flip in any direction without political damage. She's the right color and the right gender. Boxes checked.

Republicans need to link her to Obama's White House and the dastardly things they were doing behind the scenes.
 

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An altered state
The Clown Party has a long history of running and winning with young, unknown candidates. Kennedy, Carter, Clinton, Obama. They do it because the old established clowns have a socialist track record of failure they cannot hide.

So look for some young, smooth talking Gov or Senator that can pretend to be a moderate and uniter. That’s their classic fallback move. I have no idea who as haven’t looked around.
 
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