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  • You know what, if they were *all* in charge of things, they could come together in a meeting and crank out meaningful decisions in less time than it takes the current Administration staff to get our current idiot President to drop his phone and hobble to the meeting room.
  • It's a big decision. You have to assume that, if he wins, Joe only serves one term. Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    So, who do you want that to be.

    /my money is still on Abrams
    //but far less confident than I was previously
  • Which one is the most moderate?

    That one.
  • Gubbo: Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.


    While I like Duckworth, she was born in Thailand to a Thai mother (and an American father).  And while that kind of foreign born/non-American parentage didn't seem to matter for Ted Cruz's political ambitions, the RWNJs had a field day with Obama being born in Hawai'i, which led to some Orange Shiatgibbon being elected president.

    I don't know if I have a point other than, "I see where this would lead to."
  • The only logical choice.
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  • Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Gubbo: Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    While I like Duckworth, she was born in Thailand to a Thai mother (and an American father).  And while that kind of foreign born/non-American parentage didn't seem to matter for Ted Cruz's political ambitions, the RWNJs had a field day with Obama being born in Hawai'i, which led to some Orange Shiatgibbon being elected president.

    I don't know if I have a point other than, "I see where this would lead to."


    She' s a US citizen by birth. Anybody trying to detract from that is doing the birther thing all over again and it's pure racism.
  • Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Gubbo: Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    While I like Duckworth, she was born in Thailand to a Thai mother (and an American father).  And while that kind of foreign born/non-American parentage didn't seem to matter for Ted Cruz's political ambitions, the RWNJs had a field day with Obama being born in Hawai'i, which led to some Orange Shiatgibbon being elected president.

    I don't know if I have a point other than, "I see where this would lead to."


    My response to the right wingers on this one would be a very hearty "go fark yourselves you deplorable racist farks"

    Honestly though, I think they would retread the "why won't Tammy Duckworth" stand up for America line that they tried before
  • edmo: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Gubbo: Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    While I like Duckworth, she was born in Thailand to a Thai mother (and an American father).  And while that kind of foreign born/non-American parentage didn't seem to matter for Ted Cruz's political ambitions, the RWNJs had a field day with Obama being born in Hawai'i, which led to some Orange Shiatgibbon being elected president.

    I don't know if I have a point other than, "I see where this would lead to."

    She' s a US citizen by birth. Anybody trying to detract from that is doing the birther thing all over again and it's pure racism.


    Are you putting any of that past the current GOP?  She ticks off the "All the People We Hate" boxes for them: foreign, woman, minority, Democrat, and, now surprisingly, military.
  • Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: edmo: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Gubbo: Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    While I like Duckworth, she was born in Thailand to a Thai mother (and an American father).  And while that kind of foreign born/non-American parentage didn't seem to matter for Ted Cruz's political ambitions, the RWNJs had a field day with Obama being born in Hawai'i, which led to some Orange Shiatgibbon being elected president.

    I don't know if I have a point other than, "I see where this would lead to."

    She' s a US citizen by birth. Anybody trying to detract from that is doing the birther thing all over again and it's pure racism.

    Are you putting any of that past the current GOP?  She ticks off the "All the People We Hate" boxes for them: foreign, woman, minority, Democrat, and, now surprisingly, military.


    Oh, and handicapped.  I forgot that one.

    She would just need to be a Lesbian Atheist and the sound of the right wing heads exploding would be heard on Mars.
  • iheartscotch: Democrat Voltron?


    Or a nearly ideal P/VP/Cabinet roster.
    Only include Senators/Governors not otherwise up for vote this November, though.
  • Warren makes absolutely zero sense as the pick, so I'm betting on her.
  • Gubbo: It's a big decision. You have to assume that, if he wins, Joe only serves one term. Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    So, who do you want that to be.

    /my money is still on Abrams
    //but far less confident than I was previously


    Harris. I would like it to be Harris.
  • ColonelCathcart: [assets.vogue.com image 850x582]

    /Book it. Done.


    Fark.  That's adorahot.
  • I'd crawl through broken glass if he picks Duckworth, Warren, or Sanders. Which means it probably won't happen. He'll focus group pick a black woman.
  • I want Biden to not just announce his VP; I want him to announce that he is ready to hit the ground running and that he already has his cabinet picks lined up for every major position. Do that in contrast to Trump who still doesnt
  • edmo: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Gubbo: Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    While I like Duckworth, she was born in Thailand to a Thai mother (and an American father).  And while that kind of foreign born/non-American parentage didn't seem to matter for Ted Cruz's political ambitions, the RWNJs had a field day with Obama being born in Hawai'i, which led to some Orange Shiatgibbon being elected president.

    I don't know if I have a point other than, "I see where this would lead to."

    She' s a US citizen by birth. Anybody trying to detract from that is doing the birther thing all over again and it's pure racism.


    You say that like its a problem for the GOP and scared white men they reach out to.
  • I'm for Duckworth now, love to see her debate Pence.
  • Gubbo: It's a big decision. You have to assume that, if he wins, Joe only serves one term. Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    So, who do you want that to be.

    /my money is still on Abrams
    //but far less confident than I was previously


    There was an article yesterday that said Biden was down to four: Harris, Warren, Demings, and Lance Your Bottoms.
  • Biden/Warren 2020 is my personal choice, but I'll take Biden/ANY GODDAMNED SANE PERSON 2020, TBH.
  • Whoever he picks will very likely be the first female president.

    My money is on Harris, but any of those women is highly competent and qualified.

    Also, no matter who it is, a bunch of people will criticize him because she's too moderate, too far left, pandering, shrill, low IQ (well just one guy will say that), too much of an insider, too unknown, much concern, concern, concern...
  • otherginger: Gubbo: It's a big decision. You have to assume that, if he wins, Joe only serves one term. Making his VP choice the 2024 front runner.

    So, who do you want that to be.

    /my money is still on Abrams
    //but far less confident than I was previously

    Harris. I would like it to be Harris.


    A fine choice in other years. I think that with an uprising against police and their enablers, she might be damaged by her stint as CA AG.

    Whether that's fair or not is another matter, I just think it hurts her in 2020.
  • I would like Duckworth. She has achievements. She's sharp. And she'd bring out the worst in Trump. Let that hang around the GOP's necks and drown them.
  • I like Duckworth, but she has a problem with public speaking (See: Warren back when she started her political career). And though defeating Pence in a debate should be easy regardless of skills, I want someone that would make Pence cry and I don't know if Duckworth is that person.
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