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Old 08-13-2020, 09:08 AM
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This is a pretty good move for Harris. I think she knows full well that Biden is going to lose. Running as Biden's VP raises Harris' stature within the democrat party and she is young enough to try again in 4 years. At that time a Pence Harris match-up could easily go her way and we could have a...gag...President Harris.
I don't think we will have to wait too long to see "President Harris" if the dems win this election. I predict that Joe will resign after a year or so due to health reasons, and Harris will take over and run on her own at the next presidential election with Warren as her running mate.
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Old 08-13-2020, 12:26 PM
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Consider Tim Kaine in 2016...
That is a good point.
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Old 08-13-2020, 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Fyrstyk54 View Post
I don't think we will have to wait too long to see "President Harris" if the dems win this election. I predict that Joe will resign after a year or so due to health reasons, and Harris will take over and run on her own at the next presidential election with Warren as her running mate.
If Joe resigns I hope he waits at least 2 years to do so. That way Harris can complete his term and two full terms of her own! Ten years straight.
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Old 08-13-2020, 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted by RobertSubnet View Post
This is a pretty good move for Harris. I think she knows full well that Biden is going to lose. Running as Biden's VP raises Harris' stature within the democrat party and she is young enough to try again in 4 years. At that time a Pence Harris match-up could easily go her way and we could have a...gag...President Harris.
I agree that it is a good move for Harris, but I see it a bit differently than you do. What are the chances Joe Biden wins the presidency? Something more than 0%. Probably more than 25%. IF Biden wins, then Harris has a probability of 85% or more of becoming president before the end of the first term. I'm just making up these numbers, but they are not preposterous numbers. Biden COULD win. IF Biden wins, it is almost dead certain Harris will end up as president in time -- probably not too short a time. Those are fairly good odds for someone who was obliterated in the presidential primary. Hence . . . a good move. I could say that in another way, since Harris CAN'T win running for president -- because she was overwhelmingly defeated in the primary -- this is a very good alternative strategy for becoming president.
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Old 08-13-2020, 03:15 PM
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If Joe resigns I hope he waits at least 2 years to do so. That way Harris can complete his term and two full terms of her own! Ten years straight.
I think that is the Democratic plan.
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Old 08-13-2020, 04:28 PM
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. a good move. I could say that in another way, since Harris CAN'T win running for president -- because she was overwhelmingly defeated in the primary -- this is a very good alternative strategy for becoming president.
Isn''t she kind of like GHWB? He dropped out of the presidential race, became VP and then won the job on his own; Mr. Voodoo Economics!
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Old 08-14-2020, 07:33 AM
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If Joe resigns I hope he waits at least 2 years to do so. That way Harris can complete his term and two full terms of her own! Ten years straight.
This will ruin the US of A and plummet it into an overtaxed socialist crap hole. Why promote this on a Pro 2nd Amendment website?
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Old 08-14-2020, 08:47 AM
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This will ruin the US of A and plummet it into an overtaxed socialist crap hole. Why promote this on a Pro 2nd Amendment website?
I have to do something to occupy my time after Obama confiscated all my firearms!
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Old 08-16-2020, 02:34 PM
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Anyone who thinks that Kamala Harris is not eligible to be president is involved in wishful thinking. The nut job who wrote the Newsweek column saying she was barred previously explained that Ted Cruz (born in Canada) was surely eligible. The professor also lost the primary for California AG to someone else. The guy who beat him lost to -- you guessed it! Kamala Harris!
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