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Despite strong start, Buttigieg seeks $13 million for March 3

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Bloomberg is going to bleed everyone dry.

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By next year this time, all these Dems will be a distant memory.

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By next year this time, all these Dems will be a distant memory.

I don’t think so. If you take your partisan hat off for a second, you’d see that Buttigieg is clearly someone with the intelligence to be an asset at the top level of politics. He may not win the nomination this time, but I can’t imagine he’ll just disappear.

Remember he’s a ‘road scholar’. You praised them in the past.

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You guys said same thing about that Beto guy. Where is he now?

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Bloomberg is going to bleed everyone dry.

He's certainly making Donnie's blood pressure go up - he's now a blend of orange and red....chartreuse?

By next year this time, all these Dems will be a distant memory.

And Donnie will be Stone's bunk mate...

You guys said same thing about that Beto guy. Where is he now?

He ain't in jail - like Manafort, Gates, Stone, Cohen, and soon Flynn...and "Individual-1"...

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You guys said same thing about that Beto guy. Where is he now?

Who said that? I didn’t. Are you arguing with yourself again?

Don’t you think Buttigieg has the talent to be an asset? Are you so partisan that you don’t accept he is clearly intelligent, knowledgeable, knows where his father was born, doesn’t get his information from Fox and Friends/the National Enquirer, doesn’t spout trash conspiracy theories, doesn’t retweet racists and can string together coherent sentences?

Surely you see his qualities

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@blacklabYou guys said same thing about that Beto guy. Where is he now?

You guys? But you do bring up a good point about Beto. As an individual he ran a very public campaign which was closely followed and reported on by the free, for-profit press. Through that exposure many learnt more about him. Consequently he lost support along the way. I'll take what happened to him as a feather in the cap of both democracy and the free, for-profit press.

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Bloomberg is going to bleed everyone dry.

He's certainly making Donnie's blood pressure go up

Bwahahahahahahaha! I'm not sure which I'd rather see - Trump mopping the floor with Bernie or with Little Mike.

And Donnie will be Stone's bunk mate...

Bwahahahahahaha! Whether Trump pardons Stone or not, he will hand over the presidency to the next Republican president on Jan. 20, 2025.

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Alfred E. Neuman is not going to be president of the United States. At least not in 2025.

Seriously, what makes mayor Pete qualified to be president? And he is so fake, lol.

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Bloomberg is going to bleed everyone dry.

He's certainly making Donnie's blood pressure go up

Bwahahahahahahaha! I'm not sure which I'd rather see - Trump mopping the floor with Bernie or with Little Mike.

Hey Donnie, let's compare wallets - oohhh, yours is pretty thin isn't it...

Trump has an "I" (Impeached) on his chest and an "L" (Loser) on his forehead...

And Donnie will be Stone's bunk mate...

Bwahahahahahaha! Whether Trump pardons Stone or not, he will hand over the presidency to the next Republican president on Jan. 20, 2025.

Well, as we've seen today, Putin is sure doing his best to help...but that payoff check still has someone's signature in black Sharpie...

"Hey Roger, get the boys - we'll have a Trump staff meeting in the Rikers Island Library"...

Alfred E. Neuman is not going to be president of the United States. At least not in 2025.

Hey, we got Bozo the Clown in 2016...

Seriously, what makes mayor Pete qualified to be president? And he is so fake, lol.

Fake? As in fake orange tan?

And you may want to see a doctor about that cough - could be Corona....

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Seriously, what makes mayor Pete qualified to be president?

He has more political experience than Trump had.

If you want to bring up business experience, go for Bloomberg. He’s on a whole different level to Trump. Trump can’t even lie that he’s on that level.

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You guys said same thing about that Beto guy. Where is he now?

Ask Ted Cruz.

Weird now not every candidate wins, innit. It's like only one of the candidates becomes the nominee.

So weird how the way the process works is the way the process works. It's really fun to learn how the American political system actions together with you. I don't understand your indignant attitude though.

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Seriously, what makes mayor Pete qualified to be president?

I agree, he should have been a reality TV star for at least a decade first, as this where the bar has now been set, right?

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I don’t think so.

No, he’s definitely done, finished, that’s all she wrote.

If you take your partisan hat off for a second,

I did, that’s the hard hat truth.

you’d see that Buttigieg is clearly someone with the intelligence to be an asset at the top level of politics.

I don’t think he’s that intelligent, I just think he’s a normal guy, but he’s not going to get the black vote, he won’t.

He may not win the nomination this time, but I can’t imagine he’ll just disappear. 

I agree, but President won’t be one of the positions he will get.

Remember he’s a ‘road scholar’. You praised them in the past

Definitely not him.

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I don’t think he’s that intelligent

I do. His academic record is stunning. He speaks better than many people write. He

Why do the right dislike/fear intelligence?

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