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The next U.S. presidential campaign is coming into focus and it might look a lot like the last one

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By STEVE PEOPLES

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President Joe Biden is on a glide path to victory on the Democratic side.

Emergency services are standing by.

There will be no presidential debates. Trump may “demand” some but Biden can dismiss him saying that Trump isn’t really interested in issues - he refused to participate in his own party’s debates! Quite true.

Hatred of Trump has been stoked ever since he defeated the MSM’s darling HRC. Some criticism deserved; much criticism not deserved.

Even if the Democrats need to reenact the final scene of “El Cid” their man will win.

As soon as Trump is nominated by the Republican Party the 2024 election is over. The dim-witted equity cackler will be hosting Willy Brown in the WH within 6 months.

The USA will be royally …

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Too many support one only because they can’t stand the other. There is no one to vote for, only someone to vote against.

Both are embarrassing and incompetent.

The media loves the animosity and divisiveness and it controls the show.

These are bizarre times, and I’ve been alive for 14 presidents. Rough waters ahead.

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Peter NeilSep. 11 08:43 pm JST

Too many support one only because they can’t stand the other. There is no one to vote for, only someone to vote against.

This is precisely why we need a voting system that satisfies the Independence of Clones Criterion so that there can be no fault voting for third parties. With no fault third party votes, hateful little horsehockeys like Trump would finish last.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independence_of_clones_criterion

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