For me, the top 3 would be Sanders, Gravel, and Gabbard. Too bad Gravel already announced that he would fold after the debates. But considering his advanced age and deteriorating health (he needs a walking cane, for starters), it's understandable; the risk of him dying in office would be very real.
All 3 have almost the same policies, and both Gravel and Sanders were both democratic socialists before that was cool in the US, and neither hold back at criticizing the US when needed.
Apparently, the Fox News Town Hall with Bernie has boosted his support according to the Guardian. I certainly wouldn't mind if that is true. We'll see in the next polls, I guess.
Buttigieg, Gabbard, and Sanders...in alphabetical order. My top 3. I would be thrilled with either of them at this point.
Buttigieg - The most well rounded candidate I've ever seen. Military intelligence officer, gay, young, Christian, speaks 7 languages, concert pianist, Rhodes Scholar from Oxford and a Harvard graduate...
Buttigieg has some fatal flaws for me, especially that he doesn't support single payer healthcare or tuition free public colleges. But of course, he would still be lightyears better than Trump.
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