We are here in post-impeachment America after President Dipshit was acquitted by our corrupt U.S. Senate. The Democrat primary is under way in New Hampshire. This comes after an Iowa caucus that appears to have been run by officials who must have found liquor made from corn that would have otherwise been exported by Iowan farmers to China or some other country that our president prevented by tariffs.
There is no Democrat front-runner for the presidential nomination. That’s no surprise. At the top in no particular order is Pete Buttegieg, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden. At the lower end of the scale is Amy Klobuchar, Andrew Yang, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, Michael Bloomberg, Tulsi Gabbard and I’m sure I’m leaving out someone.
The first day of early voting in Texas is February 18. I have no idea who I will vote for this time. One may assume I will vote for a Democrat, if you know me you might guess this, unless a Trump somehow ends up on the ballot. And if that happens at this late of date, one might figure the Revolución is here. We must for the sake of our nation vote for anyone but Trump or ABT, if you will.
My favorite candidate is Pete Buttegieg. He is young, a veteran and not a bomb-thrower. He is also gay. I’m not, although not that there is anything wrong with that. That brings pluses and minuses for him politically. If he wins the nomination, you can bet Trump will make some sort of stupid comment or give him a homophobic nickname. “Gay Peter?” Hey, that would be offensive enough. Perhaps Trump’s folks will see this and give him that handle, thus making the offensiveness of the president all that more toxic. I feel like Mayor Pete is an (not the) adult in the room.
I think behind Mayor Pete I would think Sen. Elizabeth Warren is my preferable candidate. She charts to the port side although not listing way to port like Bernie Sanders.
Don’t get me wrong. I like Bernie. I like the fire in his reasoning. He is an unapologetic democrat-socialist. But he needs to explain what that is to primary voters and will likely need to do so in the General Election.
The other candidates, all I can say is I’d take any of them over Trump. The problem is, there isn’t a lot of time left before the March 3 primary in Texas. So it has become crunch time.
In an election year as important as this one — Trump is a flesh-eating bacteria on our nation — I won’t blow off my vote as I have in the past. There is so much that I despise about the person who rules in the White House. I think he is the most authoritarian president since Nixon, though Trump is much, much worse. If he had a sense of decorum or shame, he would have resigned before being impeached, as did Nixon.
Grover Cleveland, the first Democrat elected to president after the Civil War and who won two different terms in office, was a barfly who cut his consumption of beer to a gallon when he ran for district attorney in Buffalo. He wasn’t the best person to hold the office of president but even since his death more than a century ago, Cleveland would still make a better president than idiot boy-child now in office.
I wonder if my relatives and friends who think Trump is the best thing since sliced bread will feel that way in later years, if they are afforded the chance to do so? I feel perfectly fine with my position.
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