• At the moment (6 Mar 2020), that's what the DNC delegates are saying, and what the polls are saying. He's not likely to be much of a match for Trump. If the election was next week, Trump would win by a comfortable margin against Biden, and by a slightly less comfortable margin against Sanders. People didn't want Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, or any of the other crowded stage of talking heads, either. It's easy to sit back on the sidelines and say "Psh, I could do so much better," but no one stepping up to the plate is being taken seriously by both the public and the mainstream media.
  • Yeah. Those old rich white dudes that liberals love to hate.
  • Biden just told people at a rally in Michigan that he would take away their "AR-14's" if he was elected.
    • Archie Bunker
      I think the guy is a little past the "getting senile" stage.
    • bostjan64
      Even Mrs. Biden admitted that he's not the best candidate. The democrats are doubling down on two ideas: 1. Remember Obama? His pals will be your new overlords. And 2. Vote for "not Trump!" Both are the exact same strategies they used to crash and burn disastrously in 2016. I'm not sure what they are counting on to be so different this time. If the democratic leaders think that Trump is the worst thing that ever happened, then they need to get out of their bubble. Maybe this will ultimately cause a national schism of the Democratic Party, like it did in Vermont, where there are now three major parties: Republicans on the right, Democrats on the left, and Progressives way out in left field. Sadly, the people in the center of the spectrum get little-to-no representation.

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