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Seth Moulton Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign With a Warning

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Mr. Moulton suggested that most of the other Democratic candidates were also laboring in vain at this point, with only a tiny few — Mr. Biden and Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders — remaining as real competitors for the nomination. He warned in the interview that if Democrats were to embrace an overly liberal platform, it could make it harder for the party to defeat President Trump.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/23/us/politics/seth-moulton-2020-drop-out.html

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He warned in the interview that if Democrats were to embrace an overly liberal platform, it could make it harder for the party to defeat President Trump.

 

Exactly Correct

 

 

 

you didn't even vote in the last election did you?

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Just now, benson13 said:

He warned in the interview that if Democrats were to embrace an overly liberal platform, it could make it harder for the party to defeat President Trump.

 

Exactly Correct

 

 

 

you didn't even vote in the last election did you?

Sure he did...he voted to abstain.

 

Now...let's get back to those 100 Plus new Trump judges.  ;)

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'100 Plus new Trump judges'

 

 

Untitled/Leftwinger and the boys got their wish!!

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Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts is dropping out of the presidential race, ending a candidacy that emphasized Mr. Moulton’s centrist politics and military service but gained no traction with Democratic primary voters.

Mr. Moulton, 40, said in an interview that he had no immediate plans to endorse another candidate, but he warmly praised former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. Mr. Moulton planned to announce the end of his campaign in a formal speech before the Democratic National Committee on Friday.

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2 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

I was unaware that this guy was even running.

 

One of the centrists who said everything is fine and let's not change anything.

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Just now, XavierOnassis said:

 

I do not recall seeing him in the debates. He was invisible. 

 

And now his gone.

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24 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

 

I do not recall seeing him in the debates. He was invisible. 

He didn't get enough donations to qualify for the debates.  I'm familiar with him as he is from New England.  He's a centrist, a veteran, and (from all I see) an honorable guy.  He's just too centrist for my liking.  

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1 minute ago, RollingRock said:

He didn't get enough donations to qualify for the debates.

 

Now he's whining that Democrats need to be more conservative.

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3 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

Now he's whining that Democrats need to be more conservative.

Yeah, he's a centrist, but that's not what the voters want.  The entire party's moving left.   That's a fact. 

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1 minute ago, RollingRock said:

Yeah, he's a centrist, but that's not what the voters want.  The entire party's moving left.   That's a fact. 

 

Left to traditional liberalism that Bill Clinton tried to decimate.

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So far as I know, the Democratic Party has been for universal healthcare for decades. What has happened is that the GOP has veered way to the right, and wants to make it easier for the fatcats to fatten off the rest of us.

 

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Just now, XavierOnassis said:

So far as I know, the Democratic Party has been for universal healthcare for decades. What has happened is that the GOP has veered way to the right, and wants to make it easier for the fatcats to fatten off the rest of us.

 

 

Obama opposed universal healthcare. He even opposes the Public Option.

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3 hours ago, leftwinger said:

Seth Moulton Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign With a Warning

Oh.  Seth who?

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3 hours ago, benson13 said:

He warned in the interview that if Democrats were to embrace an overly liberal platform, it could make it harder for the party to defeat President Trump.

 

Exactly Correct

 

 

 

you didn't even vote in the last election did you?

 

Actually, Seth Moulton isn't "exactly correct."

 

What Democrats NEED TO DO is to fully embrace a liberal program. What we MUST NOT DO is to embrace the fanatical populist-socialist agenda of the far-right/far-left alliance. That would be suicidal.

 

That--I'm sure--was Mouton's point, but he's fallen into the trap of the despicable liars and thieves on the authoritarian/totalitarian far-left who are actively attempting to expropriate the term "liberal."

 

These loons--who enabled the election of Donald J Trump--are not liberals. They hate liberal ideology. This includes the assholes Untitled and TrollingRock who did not bother to vote and who seek to destroy the Democratic Party.

 

We must NEVER allow them to appropriate our liberal platform or our party. These are anti-liberal swine from the lunatic fringe.

 

Bill

 

 

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4 hours ago, RollingRock said:

He didn't get enough donations to qualify for the debates.

 

Tulsi did ... and she's been kicked out of the debates, too.   So obviously "enough donations" is not the determinant.  

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4 hours ago, leftwinger said:

Obama opposed universal healthcare. He even opposes the Public Option.

 

Nonsense.   

 

The public exchanges that Obama created were just a manifestation of a public option, which was a cover for single payer ... and single payer is universal healthcare.  

 

 

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2 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

Nonsense.   

 

The public exchanges that Obama created were just a manifestation of a public option, which was a cover for single payer ... and single payer is universal healthcare.  

 

 

 

no

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4 minutes ago, slideman said:

Tulsi is a right wing plant.

 

Well gosh, GED, Gabbard is scored as the 299th LEAST conservative member of Congress.

 

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/report-cards/2017/house/ideology

 

There are 55 DemocRATS who are listed as more conservativethan her.   

 

Are you claiming that those 55 are also right wing plants?

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