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Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election/.

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Offline William

Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« on: September 07, 2019, 09:50:55 PM »
Pretty self explanatory.

Personally, for myself, I'd say Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren!




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Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2019, 08:48:31 AM »
I really like Tulsi. They way she demolished Kamala Harris totally won me over

Offline ABSTRACT-TRAGEDY

Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2019, 10:04:15 AM »
I could say anyone but trump but that's too easy LOL

tbh i'd take anyone in the democratic seat but i'd prefer Bernie, Warren, Buttigeg, or O'rourke. Everyone else I'd only vote for under the pretense they're the only competition against trump, especially Biden, Fuck Biden in all other circumstances unless he's the last guy standing in the nominee process.
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Offline Eis-T

Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2019, 06:47:34 AM »
As a European I'm always thoroughly confused by two things:
1) That your system of government is considered democratic with only two parties. China for example has only one party and americans rightfully don't see that as a very democratic situation, so why accept it as normal back home? or to phrase it more imperialist: why not invade your own country to bring democracy?
2) The overton window. In Europe we have left and right, but they mean something totally different in the USA. Your spectrum is far more to the right. What you call left we call centre, what you call "liberal" we call centre-right, what you call centrist we call right and what you call right we prosecute for hatespeech and put on terrorist watchlists because we remember what happened here in WW II.
So as a European, Bernie Sanders seems like a reasonable centrist candidate to me. He wants to have the same healthcare system almost all other developed nations have, he wants to do at least the bare minimum to avoid catastrophic climate change as is agreed by virtually every other nation. You can imagine it strikes me as odd that these positions are somehow very progressive and unheard off. how can people even oppose those basic things? whats next? deny that humans have rights? oh wait...
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Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2019, 03:53:27 AM »
Warren preferably, but at this point I'm going with blue no matter who.


Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2020, 10:51:46 PM »
Guillotine 2020


barring that, I'll prolly vote Bernie.  I'll stoop as low as Warren or even Yang if I'm really slumming it, but I'll break every starbucks window in the the country  if I have to vote for Joe "nothing will fundamentally change" Biden or that shitfuck Mike Bloomberg

Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2020, 11:45:59 AM »
Guillotine 2020


barring that, I'll prolly vote Bernie.  I'll stoop as low as Warren or even Yang if I'm really slumming it, but I'll break every starbucks window in the the country  if I have to vote for Joe "nothing will fundamentally change" Biden or that shitfuck Mike Bloomberg

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Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #7 on: February 03, 2020, 07:37:15 PM »
Voting doesn't matter, really. Just call the current system of government an illegitimate entity and form a coup.

Re: Who are you guys voting for in the 2020 Election?
« Reply #8 on: April 26, 2020, 10:21:34 PM »
As a European I'm always thoroughly confused by two things:
1) That your system of government is considered democratic with only two parties. China for example has only one party and americans rightfully don't see that as a very democratic situation, so why accept it as normal back home? or to phrase it more imperialist: why not invade your own country to bring democracy?
2) The overton window. In Europe we have left and right, but they mean something totally different in the USA. Your spectrum is far more to the right. What you call left we call centre, what you call "liberal" we call centre-right, what you call centrist we call right and what you call right we prosecute for hatespeech and put on terrorist watchlists because we remember what happened here in WW II.
So as a European, Bernie Sanders seems like a reasonable centrist candidate to me. He wants to have the same healthcare system almost all other developed nations have, he wants to do at least the bare minimum to avoid catastrophic climate change as is agreed by virtually every other nation. You can imagine it strikes me as odd that these positions are somehow very progressive and unheard off. how can people even oppose those basic things? whats next? deny that humans have rights? oh wait...

1) we have hundreds of parties
2) The US by foundation is not "far right". We are more liberal even at at most "right" than europe ever was or is, that's why we left that garbage fire and ther was a huge exodus from the continent in the 16th century onward lol. The european elite could see europe would never ever change, broken antiquated politics and infighting are in your DNA, and as the Napoleanic Wars and 2 world wars later showed, we were right. It's been 250 years and you guys STILL haven't gotten on board with personal sovereignty as an ideal. WW2, more accurately the european component (the 3rd reich) was liberalism run amok and even after 2 world wars you uys STILL haven't let dictatorship and socialism go. you cling to it like a religion of your continent

The US already has a system better than what the rest of the world has, why should we embrace Bernie's idea and go backward? There also is no threat of catastrophic climate damage, you're being lied to by energy conglomerates so your nations become energy crippled and spend money on broken inefficient technology.
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