View Poll Results: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/30

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  • Joe Biden

    9 21.43%
  • Kamala Harris

    1 2.38%
  • Corey Booker

    9 21.43%
  • Kirsten Gillibrand

    0 0%
  • Jay Inslee

    0 0%
  • Michael Bennet

    0 0%
  • Tulsi Gabbard

    21 50.00%
  • Julio Castro

    1 2.38%
  • Bill de Blasio

    1 2.38%
  • Andrew Yang

    0 0%
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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by trixare4kids View Post
    I watched Gabbard give Harris her comeupins. It's about time somebody did!
    comeuppance? I guess you think Harris has gotten too uppity?

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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by JMR View Post
    comeuppance? I guess you think Harris has gotten too uppity?
    I think it's more she should be held to account for her very controversial history as a prosecutor and attorney general; something she had avoided thus far.
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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    that and her sleeping her way to political office. she's not very bright either.
    As much as I dislike Harris personally, and hope I'm not forced to vote for her, this was a sleazy, sexist, misogynistic post, and one I'd hoped would be beneath you.
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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by Surrealistik View Post
    She does, and I'm not going to say that her at times overt coziness with foreign dictators is not a negative for me as it very much is, but it generally is vastly outweighed by the positives, even in terms of foreign policy given her ardent anti-war stances.

    I'm sick of the forever wars.

    I'm sick of this country pissing away trillions engaging in costly, needless military interventionism, weakening ourselves to enrich military contractors and special interests while China laughs at our self-destructive idiocy and grows ever stronger.
    When the election process reaches the 2020 General Election, you and I can probably agree to vote the same ticket. Not until then! All Grins!

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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by JMR View Post
    comeuppance? I guess you think Harris has gotten too uppity?
    We're talking about her record as a prosecutor and CA AG.
    It just happened to be Gabbard who opened Pandora's box at tonight's debate.

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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    with a girl from my hometown on tennis channel and the pan am games in full swing, this WWE level choreographed charade didn't get much attention but I did see the clip of Gabbard napalming Harris. That was good stuff
    Winners including last night & tonight:
    Bernie
    Warren
    Booker

    Losers
    Harris
    Mayor Pete
    Beto

    Those in the bottom tier who elevated their appeal:
    Gabbard
    Williamson
    Yang

    Biden held his own & will probably retain his shaky lead in the polls over:

    1) BIDEN
    2) WARREN
    3) BERNIE

    Tonights snap polls:

    Drudge

    GABBARD 41.4% (13,380 votes)
    YANG 24.37% (7,876 votes
    BIDEN 14.09% (4,555 votes)
    DE BLASIO 4.61% (1,491 votes)
    BENNET 3.43% (1,118 votes)
    BOOKER 3.03% (987 votes)
    INSLEE 2.68% (871 votes)
    HARRIS 2.65% (864 votes)
    GILLIBRAND 2.55% (831 votes)
    CASTRO 1.16% (383 votes)

    Poll: Who won the Democratic presidential debate (7/31/19)? How did Biden, Booker do in the debate? - nj.com

    Andrew Yang 37.06% (1,543 votes)
    Tulsi Gabbard 24.45% (1,018 votes)
    Joe Biden 17.78% (740 votes)
    Cory Booker 8.46% (352 votes)
    Kamala Harris 4.49% (187 votes)
    Julian Castro 2.23% (93 votes)
    Jay Inslee 1.8% (75 votes)
    Kirsten Gillibrand 1.56% (65 votes)
    Michael Bennet 1.44% (60 votes)
    Bill de Blaio 0.72% (30 votes)

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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by Trippy Trekker View Post
    When the election process reaches the 2020 General Election, you and I can probably agree to vote the same ticket. Not until then! All Grins!
    Bernie's still my top choice, so unless he's your guy (or Warren, who I would also gladly vote for should he step down), probably not. Gabbard rounds out my top three but I don't think she has a chance; the powers that be in the DNC and their media allies are dead set against her, most likely due to her 2016 'betrayal' of the party when she bravely stepped down over Sanders' treatment, and she just doesn't have the star power and following to fight that kind of uphill battle unlike Sanders. There's a reason she's relentlessly smeared in left leaning media for things that ultimately are very trivial and minor compared to the glaring deficiencies of other candidates (like say Kamala's history in CA).
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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    As much as I dislike Harris personally, and hope I'm not forced to vote for her, this was a sleazy, sexist, misogynistic post, and one I'd hoped would be beneath you.
    given the crap thrown around-it is a valid point concerning how she got her political start. Are you denying that she engaged in such behavior? I mean this sort of nonsense was thrown at Trump constantly.
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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    And tonight showed why I have supported Cory Booker, saying that even if he doesn't get the nomination (which is unlikely at the moment), the person who does get the nomination would be a fool not to snag Booker as VP. This guy is likable, funny, smart as a whip, and can excite voters beyond even Obama's vaunted ability!

    First time I heard Booker give a full-on passionate speech, I screamed "Amen!" when he finished, and I'm not even religious! That guy can mesmerize an audience and have them throwing roses at his feet... and they'd sure as hell break their necks to get to the polls on election day to check a box with his name next to it!
    His performance tonight probably elevated his chances of advancing to the next debate stage.

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    Re: Who won the Democratic Party Debate Night #2? 7/31

    Quote Originally Posted by Surrealistik View Post
    Bernie's still my top choice, so unless he's your guy (or Warren, who I would also gladly vote for should he step down), probably not. Gabbard rounds out my top three but I don't think she has a chance; the powers that be in the DNC and their media allies are dead set against her, most likely due to her 2016 'betrayal' of the party when she bravely stepped down over Sanders' treatment, and she just doesn't have the star power and following to fight that kind of uphill battle unlike Sanders. There's a reason she's relentlessly smeared in left leaning media for things that ultimately are very trivial and minor compared to the glaring deficiencies of other candidates (like say Kamala's history in CA).
    I voted for Bernie in the 2016 Florida primary. He never gained traction in the southern states. Defeating Trump, IMO, requires a team capable of a strong performance in the 7 battleground states: FL 29 PA 20 MI 16 NC 15 AZ 11 WI 10 NH 4. 105 EVs at play! Little to no chance of me voting for Bernie another time.

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