Symposium: I advise you to consider what you are endorsing with your vote, be that for the election itself, or the Democratic Primary.
Symposium: An endorsement in in no words.
Symposium: If you want someone who would make the changes Trump promised but hadn’t, then I can’t think of anyone better than Tulsi Gabbard.
Symposium: There is no “I” in “team” but there is a “me”, and there is an “I” in Avenatti, and both are in “nominee.” You see what needs to happen here.
Symposium: The answer to the question, “Who are you voting for?” is clear: It’s Warren E, and she’s here to Regulate.
Symposium: Symposium: She might not have many positions of her own that are agreeable but the ability to shift them at the drop of a hat is not one that should be ignored.
Symposium: The 106 Tretises of Andrew Yang.
Symposium: I think a Buttigieg presidency would be incredibly boring. And frankly, I could use a bit of boring right now. Vote for Mayor Pete. And maybe, if we’re lucky, we can occasionally forget that he’s President.
Symposium: You want someone who can beat Trump. That’s the most important issue. Hell, that’s the ONLY issue. And Joe Biden can beat Trump.
Amy’s focus on sensible changes rather than sweeping reforms earned her the derisive nickname “the Senator of small things.” Maybe that focus on small things is the way to go.
Symposium: Booker, Dano.
Symposium: With Elizabeth Warren, you have a candidate from a non-elite background, cares deeply about the struggles of everyday citizens, and one that rejects Trump.
Symposium: The only thing we know about the future is that it’s going to be very, very different from the present. Andrew Yang knows that.
Symposium: Marianne Williamson 2020. It’s HER job to inspire people.
Symposium: Harris carries with her an opportunity that no other Democratic candidate brings: the possibility of beating back the white-nationalist/alt-right wing of the Republican Party