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What was Marianne Williamson talking about.



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Warren and Harris are killing it. Though I doubt the ticket will have two females. Can you just image the outrage an unisex ticket would cause?

So far Buttgieg and Biden aren't getting demolished as some people thought they would, however.

Edit - maybe I spoke too early about Biden. Still, I feel only Harris and Buttgieg are actually debating well. Like, Castro, Booker and Warren tier.

Last edited by haxxiy - on 27 June 2019

 

 

 

 

 

jason1637 said:
What was Marianne Williamson talking about.

I have no idea what the hell that was.  I've marked it as big negative though.  It's almost like she had a pre-planned spiel and blew it right away on an unrelated question.



Massimus - "Trump already has democrat support."

Williamson just had a great moment, a few minutes ago, TBH.

Biden does not seem comfortable at all. Sanders and Gillibrand doing OK, I guess. Buttgieg and Harris still killing it. Yang and Swalwell fading on the background.



 

 

 

 

 

Harris just destroyed Biden.



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jason1637 said:
Harris just destroyed Biden.

"My time is up."

What a terrible, terrible line to give your adversaries, specially when you're a 77-year old former VP.



 

 

 

 

 

Bennet just destroyed Biden.



Biden is getting eaten up. I love it.

Hickenlooper just killed his candidacy by backing fossil fuels.

Harris is tonight's Castro. She is on fire.



Massimus - "Trump already has democrat support."

So far:
1. Kamala Harris (and it's not even close)
2. Bernie, Gillibrand, and Buttgieg are also strong.

This group is REALLY long-winded compared to yesterday.

I think Kamala Harris just shit the bed on Climate Plans, this was worse than Warren's weakest bit on guns.

Current rankings of the good potential nominees (just a coincidence that it's 10):

1. Elizabeth Warren
2. Kamala Harris (but very close to #1 still)
3. Julian Castro
4. Bill De Blasio
5. Buttigieg
6. Cory Booker
7. Bernie Sanders
8. Kirsten Gillibrand
9. Jay Inslee
10. Joe Biden

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I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.

Buttigieg has solidified #2, Bernie #3, with Gillibrand a very close #4. Kamala Harris slipped in her lead but is still solidly #1.



I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.