Now that Kamala Harris is out, only three candidates have a real chance at being the nominee…so why are 16 still running? AL argues that everyone else NEEDS to drop out today.
It’s our first “Bernie only” episode and we wonder if he’ll be the next Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, Ross Perot, etc. (lots of R-named ego-independents) and if there’s a link between mortality-fears and running for president. [Original title of episode “Save Us From Old Men Promising Revolution.”] Also discussed is if Bernie is a “political… Read More »
It’ll be one of the great mysteries of the historically-long, never-ending 2016 primary season: “what went wrong with Bernie’s revolution?” Yes, how did the “shocking” defeat of a candidate who was never leading in a single poll happen? Now I have my own theories about that (which I’ll be happy to get into later this… Read More »
We’ve heard the same tired lines about the Democratic primary for months: “Well, no matter who wins the primary” as if there’s any doubt Hillary will “they’ll need each other’s fans.” And now that we’ve seen Bernie’s chances of winning winnow down to zero, the more specific “Hillary will need to appeal to his fans… Read More »
This article won’t be very long. Recently, Bernie Sanders—-auditioning for the role of “distant relative everybody is a little disappointed showed up to the family reunion”—-decided to keep destroying his legacy by hammering Hillary harder than he has in the past. He even said she was not “qualified” to be president, even though everybody pretty… Read More »
Okay, so I don’t think Hillary will actually win New Hampshire, unfortunately. Still, if you look at the poll numbers over the last few days, it does seem like a staggering change of fortune. Roughly a week ago, Bernie had as much as a 30-point lead, and perhaps closer to 35-points. The fact that someone could write… Read More »
I don’t know about the rest of the political blogging community, but I’m a little “Iowa-ed” out. I thought the state was supposed to disappear shortly after the caucus results were announced, like it does every year. Let’s be honest, Iowa is kind-of the weird relative of states. “No, I’ll be back before the next… Read More »
Alabama Liberal’s Brody and Blue in Alabama’s Michael start The Year Long Conversation with the tough questions: which candidate is most inauthentic? Does Bernie Sanders own a comb? Is Ted Cruz’s accent or makeup less authentic? Are the Duck Dynasty guys the conservative Kardashians? Will Santorum and Huckabee commit a suicide pact after Iowa? Are… Read More »