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    ^^^^^^^^Looks like a list of tar and feather candidates.^^^^^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    ...former military member who had disavowed the military.
    I think we have a Senator that comes close to meeting that criteria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    Wow! This crowd fighting for the nomination boggles the mind:




    President Trump’s Democratic Opponents Ranked
    BY: Matthew Continetti
    December 8, 2017 5:00 am

    President Trumps Democratic Opponents Ranked
    Don't agree with the ranking. I'd put Harris in first place. I'm not sure she wants it but Warren can probably have it for the asking. Como has to be considered. Sherrod Brown would be a dark horse but I think would be a great candidate. As to Bernie I do not think he will run. It took a year of pushing by the left to get him to do it last time and he is a bit to old. Biden I think his time is past. McAllaif is a bit to centerest and conected to Clinton. The last thing the Democrats want is another Clinton. Perez has the same problem.

    Assuming Warren doesn't want it, I'd go with Brown because of his stand on trade and pro labor stands. Plus he is a Midwesterner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLafollet View Post
    I think we have a Senator that comes close to meeting that criteria.
    Hell, yes. You've got Sen. John Kerry.

    There presidents we were told were brilliant: Clinton, Carter, Obama.

    The "Conscience of the Democrat Party: Sen. Ted Kennedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLafollet View Post
    Don't agree with the ranking. I'd put Harris in first place. I'm not sure she wants it but Warren can probably have it for the asking. Como has to be considered. Sherrod Brown would be a dark horse but I think would be a great candidate. As to Bernie I do not think he will run. It took a year of pushing by the left to get him to do it last time and he is a bit to old. Biden I think his time is past. McAllaif is a bit to centerest and conected to Clinton. The last thing the Democrats want is another Clinton. Perez has the same problem.

    Assuming Warren doesn't want it, I'd go with Brown because of his stand on trade and pro labor stands. Plus he is a Midwesterner.
    To RobertLaFollet: Thank you for ranking the deadliest snakes.


    Kamala Harris: The “black,” or black-mouthed, mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) inhabits rocky savanna and can often be encountered on the ground, where it seems to be fond of termite mounds. Ranging in color from gray to dark brown, its name derives from the blackened inside of its mouth. The black mamba is feared because it is large and quick, and it possesses an extremely potent venom that kills of most of its human victims. Despite its aggressive reputation, unprovoked attacks on humans have not been proved, and it is responsible for only a small number of deaths annually.

    Elizabeth Warren: The boomslang (Dispholidus typus) hunts by extending the forward part of its body motionless from a tree, its form mimicking a branch. A rear-fanged snake, it delivers its venom by chewing on its victim until the victim succumbs to the toxins.

    Andrew Cumo: The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is the longest venomous snake in the world. Its bite delivers a tremendous amount of paralysis-inducing neurotoxins. The snake’s venom is so strong and so voluminous that it can kill an elephant in just a few hours. Death also results in at least 50 to 60 percent of untreated human cases.

    Sherrod Brown: The banded krait (Bungarus fasciatus) is a highly venomous relative of the cobra. Its venom is essentially a neurotoxin that induces paralysis.

    Incidentally, she is number one in my ranking:


    Hillary Clinton: The bite of an inland or western taipan—Oxyuranus microlepidotus, also called, appropriately, the fierce snake—delivers a veritable witch’s brew of toxins. The venom consists of taipoxin, a complex mix of neurotoxins, procoagulants, and myotoxins that paralyze muscles, inhibit breathing, cause hemorraging in blood vessels and tissues, and damage muscles.

    The old Commie screwball is number two:


    Bernie Sanders: The coastal taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus) produces venom that is nearly identical to that of its inland cousin. Its bite is lethal in more than 80 percent of untreated cases.

    9 of the World’s Deadliest Snakes | Britannica.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    Wow! This crowd fighting for the nomination boggles the mind:




    President Trump’s Democratic Opponents Ranked
    BY: Matthew Continetti
    December 8, 2017 5:00 am

    President Trumps Democratic Opponents Ranked
    Looks like photos on a post office wall.
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    Democrats finding it's brain.

    Well, good luck with that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Tex View Post
    Democrat Party In Search Of A Brain

    I'll save them some time: Don't bother checking Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters.






    ...And yes, Class speaks volumes.
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