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earthytaurus3 78F
15597 posts
12/31/2018 9:47 am
Elizabeth Warren ......


NO!! Too much baggage.

earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
12/31/2018 9:48 am

Joe Biden …. NO! Too much of a creampuff.


earthytaurus3 replies on 1/1/2019 7:15 am:
I do think Biden is an honorable person … don't get me wrong. I just don't think he'd survive his unscrupulous opponent.

lilium5 69F
2100 posts
12/31/2018 4:42 pm

What do you think of Michael Bloomberg as potential candidate for Democrat presidential nomination ET? He impresses.


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
12/31/2018 5:43 pm

    Quoting lilium5:
    What do you think of Michael Bloomberg as potential candidate for Democrat presidential nomination ET? He impresses.
i like him.

in fact i like any one dem run. ssome more than others

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
12/31/2018 8:32 pm

    Quoting lilium5:
    What do you think of Michael Bloomberg as potential candidate for Democrat presidential nomination ET? He impresses.
I'm keeping an eye on him. It's a bit too soon for me to say. I just know he's not happy with Trump … or Giuliani … and has been publicly critical of them in recent interviews. I have a lot more to learn about him, to be honest. I'll work on that.


starwomyn 65F
6150 posts
1/1/2019 12:23 am

Why not Hillary again although I don't think she wants to do that to herself.


LeafReport 68M
1157 posts
1/1/2019 2:55 am

It's too soon for me as well. I'll be waiting for the debates, interviews, speeches and Town Halls. I need to get through the Mueller report and hopefully impeachment before getting too involved in the campaign. It's an awesome field that is shaping up though.


LeafReport 68M
1157 posts
1/1/2019 2:59 am

    Quoting lilium5:
    What do you think of Michael Bloomberg as potential candidate for Democrat presidential nomination ET? He impresses.
Bloomberg definitely gets it on a lot of issues. I hope he gets in because I do think he will force discussion of issues that need attention. I'm looking for detail and innovative thinking. I'm not looking for someone to just manage the hen house which is all the republicans did in the last election and they have failed miserably as usual.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 6:02 am

    Quoting starwomyn:
    Why not Hillary again although I don't think she wants to do that to herself.
I didn't vote for the woman the first time, and I wouldn't consider doing it this time around.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 6:24 am

    Quoting LeafReport:
    It's too soon for me as well. I'll be waiting for the debates, interviews, speeches and Town Halls. I need to get through the Mueller report and hopefully impeachment before getting too involved in the campaign. It's an awesome field that is shaping up though.
We don't need to wait THAT LONG to be looking at potentials.


earthytaurus3 replies on 1/1/2019 7:12 am:
By the time we have ten/twelve contenders, it becomes overwhelming …. we have to do it NOW to be responsible … no 'waiting' ….

earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 7:29 am

I suspect there will be a late hour phoenix that rises from the ashes. Keep the faith. Ideally, justice should rise above corruption. However, too often, except in the comic strips, it doesn't reign true. Nations go through benevolent rulers and despots. We're in transition.


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
1/1/2019 9:43 am

    Quoting starwomyn:
    Why not Hillary again although I don't think she wants to do that to herself.
i would love too see her run.

in fact i am looking forward to any of the dems running.

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 10:23 am

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    i would love too see her run.

    in fact i am looking forward to any of the dems running.
Yahda, yahda, yahda … We already know you are content with status quo. You bring nothing to the narrative.


bijou649 69F
293 posts
1/1/2019 10:46 am

Repub or Democrat, I wonder who is courageous enough and able to outsmart the likes of the lying, sly, streetfighter Trump. If you insult him back, it backfires. If you ignore him, that backfires too. Remember when he brought all of Bill Clinton's accusers to a debate with Hillary? Lowlife Trump who would stoop to anything to win and anyone who dares to run against him knows it???


sparkleflit 71F
4076 posts
1/1/2019 2:02 pm

I just hope that Americans elect an adult next time.....


Maisie2013 67F
19149 posts
1/1/2019 4:17 pm

I cant think of anyone who would appeal to the center or to the never-Trumpers.
Biden is too old. Harris is royal bytch. Ditto Warren. Bloomerg is too anti-gun.
I will guess the Democrats will push the Irishman with the Hispanic name.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 5:32 pm

    Quoting bijou649:
    Repub or Democrat, I wonder who is courageous enough and able to outsmart the likes of the lying, sly, streetfighter Trump. If you insult him back, it backfires. If you ignore him, that backfires too. Remember when he brought all of Bill Clinton's accusers to a debate with Hillary? Lowlife Trump who would stoop to anything to win and anyone who dares to run against him knows it???
Very true, Bijou. He is obviously not content to WIN, he has to destroy. I think that's how he maintains control.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 5:36 pm

    Quoting sparkleflit:
    I just hope that Americans elect an adult next time.....
Me, too!!! We don't need any more hissy fit tantrums from the oval office. Enough already!


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 5:38 pm

    Quoting Maisie2013:
    I cant think of anyone who would appeal to the center or to the never-Trumpers.
    Biden is too old. Harris is royal bytch. Ditto Warren. Bloomerg is too anti-gun.
    I will guess the Democrats will push the Irishman with the Hispanic name.

We'll see. We'll see.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/1/2019 6:28 pm

    Quoting LeafReport:
    Bloomberg definitely gets it on a lot of issues. I hope he gets in because I do think he will force discussion of issues that need attention. I'm looking for detail and innovative thinking. I'm not looking for someone to just manage the hen house which is all the republicans did in the last election and they have failed miserably as usual.
I doubt Bloomberg will run at 76 years of age, but I'll bet he'll throw some bucks at the right candidate ... one yet to emerge. I think his heart is in the right place. He's wise with his wealth, too, unlike Trump who would spend us into oblivion. Supposedly, Bloomberg is the 8th wealthiest person in the nation. We know how money talks, don't we?


lilium5 69F
2100 posts
1/1/2019 8:00 pm

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    I doubt Bloomberg will run at 76 years of age, but I'll bet he'll throw some bucks at the right candidate ... one yet to emerge. I think his heart is in the right place. He's wise with his wealth, too, unlike Trump who would spend us into oblivion. Supposedly, Bloomberg is the 8th wealthiest person in the nation. We know how money talks, don't we?


Michael Bloomberg will decide whether to run or not by end January/early February apparently. Given his age, he obviously recognises it would be his last realistic shot at the presidency, and because he feels so passionately about addressing pressing issues, may decide to go for broke. Or after much consideration, may decide to back another strong candidate instead.


LeafReport 68M
1157 posts
1/2/2019 8:04 am

Eathy...I quite agree that now is the time to get serious and I love the field that is shaping up. I'm ready for the discussions, the interviews, the debates, the Town Halls now as you are. I don't mind a large field at all. There is a LOT to talk about. I'm just saying that I want to watch the field perform for awhile before I decide who I think is best prepared to lead the country and enlighten the incredibly stupid people who still support Trump....the dumbest constituency in American history.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/2/2019 11:34 am

    Quoting lilium5:
    Michael Bloomberg will decide whether to run or not by end January/early February apparently. Given his age, he obviously recognises it would be his last realistic shot at the presidency, and because he feels so passionately about addressing pressing issues, may decide to go for broke. Or after much consideration, may decide to back another strong candidate instead.
Perhaps, just perhaps as this is speculation at this early stage, if Bloomberg were to run, I'd like to see him name a younger, idyllic running mate like O'Rourke of Texas (or someone who has made a mark as a viable candidate in the congressional race in November). Joe Biden should consider the same. Both older men could be instrumental in grooming a younger, less experienced, but vibrant replacement … just in case they couldn't complete a term …. or whatever could conceivably quell the term. I think such a pick would appeal to a broad base and kick Trump from here to beyond the moon.

Personally, I'd like to see Trump be the first passenger in a maiden mission to whatever planet would have him. This could be his reward for developing his new Space Force, maybe even make up for his bowing out of military service with imaginary bone spurs. What do ya think?


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/2/2019 11:39 am

    Quoting LeafReport:
    Eathy...I quite agree that now is the time to get serious and I love the field that is shaping up. I'm ready for the discussions, the interviews, the debates, the Town Halls now as you are. I don't mind a large field at all. There is a LOT to talk about. I'm just saying that I want to watch the field perform for awhile before I decide who I think is best prepared to lead the country and enlighten the incredibly stupid people who still support Trump....the dumbest constituency in American history.
I understand what you're saying, Leaf. When I see names thrown around, I want to give it a jump start by checking them out as thoroughly as possible. When there are 10/12/15 in the running, it gets a whole lot more difficult to stay on top.


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
1/2/2019 2:32 pm

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    Yahda, yahda, yahda … We already know you are content with status quo. You bring nothing to the narrative.
et, you r comment had nothing to do with my answer nor what star commented.

your hate for trump and conservitives has ruined your abilty to read and understand.

my comment was directed at who was running . stars comment was about hills running.

once again i will be happy who ever the dems choose.

regarding me no bring any thing to the narritive. that typifies yours , same as allother haters. if some one disagreees with you or a leftist you trash them.

same m.o. as dusty etc.

why dont you connect with other trump haters and support some oen to beat trump.

no, you only want to pizz and moan an yell woe is me.

that doesnt get votes for any of the 56 declared canidates for the dem nom

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
1/2/2019 2:34 pm

    Quoting sparkleflit:
    I just hope that Americans elect an adult next time.....
lulu, we did.it was your country that elected a child

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


CarolinaPanthera 57F
2439 posts
1/2/2019 3:57 pm

Considering your president an adult speaks volumes about you.


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
1/2/2019 4:31 pm

    Quoting CarolinaPanthera:
    Considering your president an adult speaks volumes about you.
considering your loyalty to a hate filled attitude and a follower of leftist hate groups. says all any one needs to know about u.

your level of hate an lack of support to protect your nation from criminals and drug trafficing is shameful. its one thing ti hate a pres but to hate him so bad to support illegals flooding our nation is actions is sick

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


lilium5 69F
2100 posts
1/2/2019 4:46 pm

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    Perhaps, just perhaps as this is speculation at this early stage, if Bloomberg were to run, I'd like to see him name a younger, idyllic running mate like O'Rourke of Texas (or someone who has made a mark as a viable candidate in the congressional race in November). Joe Biden should consider the same. Both older men could be instrumental in grooming a younger, less experienced, but vibrant replacement … just in case they couldn't complete a term …. or whatever could conceivably quell the term. I think such a pick would appeal to a broad base and kick Trump from here to beyond the moon.

    Personally, I'd like to see Trump be the first passenger in a maiden mission to whatever planet would have him. This could be his reward for developing his new Space Force, maybe even make up for his bowing out of military service with imaginary bone spurs. What do ya think?

I agree and too thought someone like Beto O'Rourke an ideal running mate for the reasons you outlined. I like O'Rourke - he comes across as enthusiastic and genuine as well as decent. Here's hoping. I favour Bloomberg over Biden and can't see him (Bloomberg) crumbling too readily under Trump's attack - is experienced/savvy and has Trump's measure (just my opinion :- ) ).

'Personally, I'd like to see Trump be the first passenger in a maiden mission to whatever planet would have him' - gladly, how about Trump and cohorts jettisoned to the nearest black hole


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/2/2019 5:16 pm

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    considering your loyalty to a hate filled attitude and a follower of leftist hate groups. says all any one needs to know about u.

    your level of hate an lack of support to protect your nation from criminals and drug trafficing is shameful. its one thing ti hate a pres but to hate him so bad to support illegals flooding our nation is actions is sick
There's more hatred spewing from the oval office and then transmitted by the likes of you to FriendFinder sites where people are only hoping for Peace, Love and Charity. That would be about 67 percent of the voting population.


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/2/2019 5:17 pm

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    et, you r comment had nothing to do with my answer nor what star commented.

    your hate for trump and conservitives has ruined your abilty to read and understand.

    my comment was directed at who was running . stars comment was about hills running.

    once again i will be happy who ever the dems choose.

    regarding me no bring any thing to the narritive. that typifies yours , same as allother haters. if some one disagreees with you or a leftist you trash them.

    same m.o. as dusty etc.

    why dont you connect with other trump haters and support some oen to beat trump.

    no, you only want to pizz and moan an yell woe is me.

    that doesnt get votes for any of the 56 declared canidates for the dem nom
Love and sloppy kisses to you, too, Hank.


earthytaurus3 replies on 1/2/2019 5:53 pm:
What has happened to you, Hank? You used to maintain a sense of humor. Now, you're breathing the fire of the devil through your nostrils.

hobsonschoice 70F
3128 posts
1/2/2019 6:43 pm

How about Amy Klobuchar sharing the ticket with Beto?


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
1/2/2019 7:00 pm

et, i give the same back i get

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3532 posts
1/2/2019 7:09 pm

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    There's more hatred spewing from the oval office and then transmitted by the likes of you to FriendFinder sites where people are only hoping for Peace, Love and Charity. That would be about 67 percent of the voting population.
et, if u think the comments by you, lulu, dusty, bajou, cp, wka/ leaf, katie etc etc, is not hate , anger and trashing. you are missing a good life.

you have seen a small sample of hate from me.

i can address comments with or with out hat anger. depends on who send the message and how.

having worked in a prison, you learn to use least force , be it verbal or physical.

then, move up the enforcement level accordingly.

same goes here

your hate for trump has consumes you.

there are others here that were never a nice person. you once was

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


CarolinaPanthera 57F
2439 posts
1/2/2019 9:00 pm

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    considering your loyalty to a hate filled attitude and a follower of leftist hate groups. says all any one needs to know about u.

    your level of hate an lack of support to protect your nation from criminals and drug trafficing is shameful. its one thing ti hate a pres but to hate him so bad to support illegals flooding our nation is actions is sick


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/2/2019 9:07 pm

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    et, if u think the comments by you, lulu, dusty, bajou, cp, wka/ leaf, katie etc etc, is not hate , anger and trashing. you are missing a good life.

    you have seen a small sample of hate from me.

    i can address comments with or with out hat anger. depends on who send the message and how.

    having worked in a prison, you learn to use least force , be it verbal or physical.

    then, move up the enforcement level accordingly.

    same goes here

    your hate for trump has consumes you.

    there are others here that were never a nice person. you once was
You, like Trump, place blame on everyone that is not an azz-kissing loyalist. You don't like to hear that, but that is my view of the way things are - even here on the site. I maintain as much right as YOU do to express an opinion. My opinion of Trump is that he's a lowlife, street thug who rules by intimidation and threat because he knows no other way. He's a loose cannon with no moral compass who loves to show power with the words, "You're FIRED!" Convince me of why/how the guy is worthy of respect.


earthytaurus3 replies on 1/2/2019 9:09 pm:
P.S. … I'm still the same person.

earthytaurus3 replies on 1/3/2019 1:31 am:
In an effort to accommodate your upset and lower your blood pressure, might I suggest that you not visit my blog where you KNOW attitudes are likely to differ from your own and proceed to read only those blogs that give praise to your Master-in-chief to receive a daily uplift in the form of positive reinforcement. It's just good psychology. There you will be encouraged by agreement and will be free to participate in a group session focused on burning me at the stake for thinking differently.

I can feel you seething. I can feel your hatred. It's hard on me, too!! Let us do each other a huge favor, agree to disagree, and/or move onward when that is not possible.

Smart people learn by engaging with people smarter than themselves and know that it leads to worlds unknown. This is exactly where this president falls short. AMEN …...


earthytaurus3 replies on 1/3/2019 1:54 am:
P.S. This blog was about democratic, presidential hopefuls and wishes forward. YOU made it an attack and came up slinging. Let's just keep that part straight.

LeafReport 68M
1157 posts
1/3/2019 3:56 am

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    I understand what you're saying, Leaf. When I see names thrown around, I want to give it a jump start by checking them out as thoroughly as possible. When there are 10/12/15 in the running, it gets a whole lot more difficult to stay on top.
Yeah that's an important point and it is a problem in a large field. My biggest issue with campaigns within a party is that on most major matters the candidates essentially agree. It often boils down to hair splitting differences. We need better questions of candidates and more aggressive insistence on answers instead of spin. The problem there is that candidates avoid reporters that are good at that...LOL


earthytaurus3 78F
39019 posts
1/3/2019 9:43 am

    Quoting hobsonschoice:
    How about Amy Klobuchar sharing the ticket with Beto?
That wouldn't be a bad combo, either.


Daylilyin9O5 76F
105 posts
1/10/2019 7:57 am

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    I understand what you're saying, Leaf. When I see names thrown around, I want to give it a jump start by checking them out as thoroughly as possible. When there are 10/12/15 in the running, it gets a whole lot more difficult to stay on top.
I would like to see more of Blumberg and Kalmala Harris. Harris holds a commanding presence on tv and I just liked what I have heard so far from Blumburg.