Who should be our next President?

Who do you want to be our next President?

  • Pick your top choice to be our next President

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Joe Biden

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Donald Trump

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • Mike Pence

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Kamala Harris

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Ron DeSantis

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • Gavin Newsome

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Bernie Sanders

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • Nikki Haley

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Ted Cruz

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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Anachnid

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Here’s another consideration. Munchkin could learn some pointers on how to govern from him.

 

Eight Legger

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I thought he answered it pretty clearly — protesting is allowed and should be expected when you’re a public figure but violence toward public officials obviously should not be. I agree.
 

Gallipoli

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The obvious choice for democrats would be Kamala Harris, if Biden doesn't run. I suspect Biden will run especially if he thinks Trump will run. Mayor Pete would be an excellent choice, except the supply chain pile up at the ports happened on his watch. Pence will run to spoil Trump. He is the only one who can destroy Trump.
 

urfan1

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Mayor Pete not only answered the question clearly, he answered it completely.

BTW one choice should have been None of the above, or Other.
 
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AnnapSpider

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Mayor Pete not only answered the question clearly, he answered it completely.

BTW one choice should have been None of the above, or Other.
No, no he didn’t. He skirted the real issue of whether a person should be allowed
personal time. Apparently, some of you think like Maxine Walters.
Suppose you were Mayor Pete, and the religious right, who is opposed to the
LGBT++ community was protesting while he and his “husband”:were having dinner,
do you think for one minute that his answer would be the same bull shit?
Of course not.
 
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Eight Legger

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No, no he didn’t. He skirted the real issue of whether a person should be allowed
personal time. Apparently, some of you think like Maxine Walters.
Suppose you were Mayor Pete, and the religious right, who is opposed to the
LGBT++ community was protesting while he and his “husband”:were having dinner,
do you think for one minute that his answer would be the same bull shit?
Of course not.
He indicated several times that he has been protested against many times and is fine with it as long as it is peaceful and not violent or intrusive.
 
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Gallipoli

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No, no he didn’t. He skirted the real issue of whether a person should be allowed
personal time. Apparently, some of you think like Maxine Walters.
Suppose you were Mayor Pete, and the religious right, who is opposed to the
LGBT++ community was protesting while he and his “husband”:were having dinner,
do you think for one minute that his answer would be the same bull shit?
Of course not.
Fair or not, Mayor Pete is now unelectable, because of the supply chain issue. He missed his chance when he withdrew in 2020.
 

Anachnid

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No, no he didn’t. He skirted the real issue of whether a person should be allowed
personal time. Apparently, some of you think like Maxine Walters.
Suppose you were Mayor Pete, and the religious right, who is opposed to the
LGBT++ community was protesting while he and his “husband”:were having dinner,
do you think for one minute that his answer would be the same bull shit?
Of course not.
Is “personal time” a white washed term for right to privacy? Interesting to me is that George III in his early reign mid 1760s when parliament was attempting various tax attempts on the colonies cited the magna carta and individual property rights under a right to privacy (he used the term) to prevent parliament from passing a law requiring the colonies to quarter British troops in their homes. This later changed when England sent 4000 troops to Boston to protect English interests and the housing shortage required England to pay colonists to house soldiers against their will. This is the only time in English history of forced quartering of troops (in peacetime) and led to that language in the Declaration of Independence and our 3rd Amendment. So perhaps the right to privacy argument should be made under the third Amendment and not the 14th.
 
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urfan1

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I tried that, I could only change the selection buttons at the bottom. I don't think too many people would mind if Ted Cruz was changed to other.
do you want me to see if it will allow me to remove the poll?
 

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