Discussion in 'Politics' started by Bowser, May 16, 2019.
I actually believe she would do better than Biden, bringing out the youth vote in droves.
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Too young for 2020 and 2024. Too bad.
In a recent poll, 74% of democrats would vote for her in 2020, if she were eligible to run. Recently, I caught the documentary ''Knock the House Down'' which follows her campaign path to beating Joe Crowley. Highly recommend watching it!
The question is, will politics sour her idealism by the time she is eligible?
She doesn't strike me as idealistic. Her committee and legislative work has been entirely pragmatic, so far.
Question is somewhat pointless. She can't run before 2028.
But if she could, would she do well?
I find her ideals to be smart politics, practical and popular. Will her ideals sour old fashioned politics by 2028? Maybe!
What ideals do you find smart?
Using politics to improve people's lives, like legislating against predatory lending, public financing for college, ending tax loopholes. These problems accelerate income inequality.
i was surprised to see biden running
i doubt the usa people have the capability to elect a female as leader
but hope they can
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