Welp, we finally got a debate with some actual debating instead of the soundbite snoozefests that have become the norm in campaign 2020.
There were not any huge fireworks from this one, so the fair question to ask outside the breakdown is, “Is anything going to be different tomorrow?”
Over the weekend, most of the Democratic hopefuls took their turn on the “soap box” at the Iowa State fair, which brought “pulse of the people” interviews.
The problem with the two night debate format is with the front runner in second night, most of what happened here will be forgotten about come tomorrow evening.
Symposium: The Sanders’ candidacy (and hopefully, eventual presidency) is an important step re-situating the Democratic Party as one built around the needs of working people and as a bulwark against right-wing populism.
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There are three tiers of presidential hopefuls right now: three Senators fighting for second place, the rest of the mess much lower, and Joe Biden all alone with a healthy lead.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been a constant lightening rod in an administration that happily calls down the media thunder.
I hope the future of the Democratic party looks more like this than like a nicer, kinder rehash of Trump’s broken agenda.
Smells like 2020 presidential primary politics in here.
Any way you look at it, Sanders going rogue on Fox was a success
Like it or not, the front runner for the Democratic 2020 nomination as it stands right now, today, in the year of our Lord 2019, is Bernie Sanders.
Let’s check in on the (mostly) running candidates for the Democratic Nomination in 2020
Your Ordinary World for 4Mar19 in which we check in on the runners, participants in the ever growing 2020 Democratic Primary for President
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