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Old 8th March 2020, 04:57 AM   #178
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Originally Posted by Bob001 View Post
The broader question is whether his brand of old-school political accommodation is the right answer to the right-wing's slash-and-burn borderline fascism. Trump is a symptom, not the cause, of where we are now. What will Biden do to appeal to the people who thought Trump belonged in the White House? I think there's a real possibility that Trump could beat Biden.
Of course. There is a strong chance we get stuck with him for another four no matter which of of remaining contenders goes. The only change we can hope to expect is the swinging back of the "blue wall" States that went (very narrowly) for the Trumpster last time. And maybe Fla.
There is no way to get the Trump voters back in those States. They have been digging in their heels for as long as we have been pointin out what a POS he is. We can, however, get our own turnout up a little bit while keeping the non-Trump voters (as differentiated from the Clinton voters) out of it- and even bringing a few of them to our side.
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