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would you like to see Trump run in 2024 ?

Discussion in 'American Politics' started by APersonWithNoName, May 19, 2022.

  1. pescador

    pescador Wise old man Supporter

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    If trump runs again, I will do whatever I can to insure his defeat. He is an abominable human being in many areas.

    If he should win I will leave the country. I am serious!
     
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  2. ThatRobGuy

    ThatRobGuy Part of the IT crowd Supporter

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    No, I don't think he should run again.

    What I would like to see is a Moderate Republican (like a Charlie Baker or Larry Hogan or Chris Sununu or Bill Weld) run.

    They have proven track records as governors so you're not going to get any surprises (and have proven they can win in blue states even playing for the red team)
     
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  3. APersonWithNoName

    APersonWithNoName Active Member CF Ambassadors Supporter

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    well , the beauty of democracy is that we are free to either support or work against a candidate we don't like.
     
  4. Fantine

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    Because I respect people with personal integrity and good character, whether they are liberal or conservative, I believe that Trump should never have run and been elected the first time and certainly should not run in 2024.

    If Trump's presidency and its aftermath did not give Americans better judgment, I don't know what can shock them out of their misplaced adulation.
     
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  5. DaisyDay

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    You're supposing Biden will run for a second term. I don't know that he will or that he will get the nomination (mostly because of his advanced age).
     
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  6. wing2000

    wing2000 E pluribus unum Supporter

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    ...and casting shade (again) on the ballot counting process.....not that it matters to any of his supporters.
     
  7. Handmaid for Jesus

    Handmaid for Jesus You can't steal my joy Supporter

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    People do not realize it and or do not know it but this is the real problem.
    Ephesians 6:12
    For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
     
  8. Sif

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  9. Arcangl86

    Arcangl86 Newbie

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    Part of me wonders if Charlie Baker isn't running for a third term so he can declare a Presidential run. But on the other hand, there is no way a moderate would make it through the primaries.
     
  10. Yttrium

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    No. I can't think of anyone in American politics worse than Trump. I'd like to see an actual conservative, not a Trump fan/enabler. I'd also prefer someone who's not a Tea Party fan like Cruz. Someone along the lines of Jeb Bush would be fine.
     
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  11. ThatRobGuy

    ThatRobGuy Part of the IT crowd Supporter

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    I think it all depends on which moderate is running.

    Moderates have failed before because they weren't far enough right to appeal to that base, and they weren't quite moderate enough to bring in votes from the other side to backfill in states that have open primaries.
     
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  12. Belk

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    I would much prefer a more traditional republican but would take anyone effective over Trump. Ron Desantis seems viable. I want some whom can handle a crisis in a well planned out fashion.
     
  13. rturner76

    rturner76 Domine non-sum dignus Supporter

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    No. I think Trump is a bully who would throw things into chaos. I would like to see Kieth Ellison in the White House but he's not on the national stage anymore. Otherwise Amy Klobuchar? I'm MN DFL to the heart. We need a Minnesota Liberal in office IMO.
     
  14. JustOneWay

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    Recruit Al Franken!
     
  15. rturner76

    rturner76 Domine non-sum dignus Supporter

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    Oh, dare to dream :crossrc:
     
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  16. Larnievc

    Larnievc Well-Known Member

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    Goodness, no. The man is entirely unfit for any responsibility.
     
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  17. Larnievc

    Larnievc Well-Known Member

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    This has been going on for centuries. Creative insults to the distinguished opposition is an art form that shows wit and intelligence.

    Compare with the crass negative ads so beloved of the US voting proletariat and underclasses.
     
  18. Larnievc

    Larnievc Well-Known Member

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    How could possibly know that? What did Hilary do when she was not president that made you concede that she would have been a worse president than Donald?
     
  19. JustOneWay

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    Yes, conclusions based on hypothetical situations are meaningless.
     
  20. durangodawood

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    Those are far left radicals.
     
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