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Joe Biden vs. Bernie Sanders: Iowa caucuses
may be just the beginning of long battle

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Posted By: SurferLad, 1/28/2020 7:44:36 AM

On paper, Joe Biden appears to be maintaining a modest, if wobbly lead for the Democrats’ presidential nomination this year. He leads nationally among Democrats, as he has for the last year, even before his April announcement. Biden is ahead of the relentless Sen. Bernie Sanders nationally, a margin that could evaporate without wins. However, this isn’t a national race yet. It’s a four-state warm-up sprint that has

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Reply 1 - Posted by: tsquare 1/28/2020 7:53:43 AM (No. 300197)
This may enter the history books as a battle to the death
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 1/28/2020 8:10:16 AM (No. 300221)
Who will Trump beat in November? A known crook or a known socialist? I can't decide which one will be easier.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: NorthernDog 1/28/2020 9:04:47 AM (No. 300276)
Crazy, Old Joe only campaigns sparingly right now, and still makes goofy pronouncements almost daily. I cannot imagine him on the campaign trail for days on end, from early morning to late at night. He'll be a babbling idiot.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: JunkYardDog 1/28/2020 9:40:27 AM (No. 300327)
WELCOME TO BLUNDER DOME! Two idiots enter-two idiots leave!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Lawsy0 1/28/2020 9:58:44 AM (No. 300344)
Relax, Malcolm, and quit clutching your pearls. There are only 280 days until the election. Forth weeks is enough time to have a baby, not a hissy fit.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Strike3 1/28/2020 9:59:47 AM (No. 300346)
What I can't visualize is these two crooked old geezers in a sprint, it's more like a hobble to the bathroom. Both are crooks and both would use the presidency to further enrich themselves and their families. Bernie would have four homes, much like Russian dachas on the Volga, while he imposed fifty percent taxes on the rest of the country as the first step to taking everything. His wife is also a known liar and thief. Biden already has tens of millions and would simply be used by the democrats to advance every radical and unconstitutional whim on their list. After a few years he wouldn't even remember that he was the President.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 1/28/2020 10:32:52 AM (No. 300382)
When 2 people are being chased by a fast lion you only have to be faster than the other guy.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bad-hair 1/28/2020 3:11:18 PM (No. 300685)
I'm getting a vision …. yes, it's the final Democrat primary debate !!! It will be like a boxing match. 3 minute rounds with bathroom breaks in between. And a 10th round push up contest. Bambi v Bambi.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: bad-hair 1/28/2020 3:13:57 PM (No. 300686)
LOL #7 missed yours before I posted. I have a T shirt that says (on the back) BOMB SQUAD If I'm running follow me and try to keep up.
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