aspirant
If there is anyone out there that can beat Trump in the 2020 (R) primaries, even if he is limping into the race, I don't see it

Or...... is the primary and G.E. results already set in stone and now comes the obedient propaganda?

When will the American Election  Economy finally become a Trillion dollar, planetary  investment/business?
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Fire With Fire
This is the funniest thing about the "pragmatic" Democrats.  Trump has the Republican rank and file locked up tight as a drum.  Yet we hear about the need for compromise and the rich trove of votes from "moderate" Republicans who are supposedly repulsed by Trump.

No, there will not be a serious challenge in the GOP primary to Trump who will be re-nominated in a Wrestling Style Extravaganza.


The annual tab for American elections is currently running in the range of 10 or so Billion Dollars, maybe as many as 20 billion, as Citizen's United makes tracking the exact figure an impossibility.  My favorite statistic of all time is the comparison between the official campaign expenditures of 1980 compared to 2016, general presidential election only.  Her and Donnie Fucknuts spent between them about $3 billion.  In 1980, Carter, Reagan and Independent candidate Anderson spent a grand total of $92 million.  In 36 years, the cost of the campaign for the White House increased more than 30 times, more than 20 times adjusted for inflation.

The system will collapse before this insane waste of money reaches a Trillion in a single year.  But the trend line is in that direction, for sure.
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deepestblue
Trump has the Republican rank and file locked up tight as a drum.

He sure does.  He even begged the crowd the other day to help him, in replacing the "free" (lol) trade Republican Senators through the ballot box.  It's the same exact same thing that would await Sanders - the uniparty!
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Alligator Ed
deepestblue wrote:

He sure does.  He even begged the crowd the other day to help him, in replacing the "free" (lol) trade Republican Senators through the ballot box.  It's the same exact same thing that would await Sanders - the uniparty!


Your comment is too deep for me.  Why would spineless Bernie cause the formation of the Uniparty?  There already is one
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deepestblue
Your comment is too deep for me, but I believe Trump & Sanders exist on the outskirts of the uniparty.  They aren't full fledged members.  Trade is one example.  They get attacked by the uniparty's bosses' propaganda arm affectionately known as the fake news media 24/7.  Well Trump does; Sanders used to. 
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Alligator Ed
deepestblue wrote:
Your comment is too deep for me, but I believe Trump & Sanders exist on the outskirts of the uniparty.  They aren't full fledged members.  Trade is one example.  They get attacked by the uniparty's bosses' propaganda arm affectionately known as the fake news media 24/7.  Well Trump does; Sanders used to. 


Come, we should go swimming together and look for honest politicians.

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