You Lost Me at Gabbard

Let me say up front, I’ll vote for whoever the democratic nominee is. I only ever vote that way. I am not one for bashing candidates who might end up as the nominee, but I think we can still discuss concerns. I’d vote for a ham sandwich at this point, and I’m a vegan, so … Continue reading You Lost Me at Gabbard

Breaking News We Knew

Today is a tell me something I didn't know, x3 kind of day. Shock is rippling through Washington DC with news of a disclosure detail in Trump’s massive Deutsche bank loans. Remember Don the con had filed bankruptcy six times, and not a single American bank would lend him an ear, much less money. The … Continue reading Breaking News We Knew

Andrew Yang Has My Attention

Let me start by saying that I will vote Democratic in 2020, no matter who ends up as our presidential nominee. We have several impressive candidates, but even the least impressive would be an improvement on what we have now. Elizabeth Warren is and has been my first choice to be the next president. She … Continue reading Andrew Yang Has My Attention

1st Debate, Part II

Thursday night, the second ten of 24 candidates vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination took the floor to debate. The first ten debated on Wednesday night. If the math doesn't add up, please read my post of yore, link below. *Let me add this disclaimer here before you read too much into my post— … Continue reading 1st Debate, Part II

The First Ten Candidate Debate

Last night rang in the first democratic debate for the 2020 presidential election. Of the 24 candidates, 20 qualified for the debates. Only 20 🙄. What happened to the missing four? Three of the disqualified did not meet the strict qualification standards, which include, but are not limited to: Garnering 1% support in three polls … Continue reading The First Ten Candidate Debate