Up2u wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:22 am
I agree. If Sanders can't say how much his proposals will cost and can't say how to pay for it, then that's not good enough.
Part of the article says, "this election winds up being like virtually every other election in which people vote on who is going to let them keep more of their money"
I agree with that too. I don't like the way this election is going so far. Unless something changes, I think Trump would win not because people are voting for
him, but voting against
the Democrat candidates. There is far too much bickering and arguing from the candidates. They need to get together and unify for the fight against Trump if they are going to have any chance of beating him. And one way to start doing that is for the candidates who are low in the polls to face facts, drop out, and throw their support to whichever candidate they think has the best chance of beating Trump.
I wish the Democrat candidates would stop this ridiculous arguing and start doing what it will take to defeat Trump because what's going on - that ain't it. Which is more important, bickering or getting rid of Trump? The way things are going the only thing they'll succeed in getting rid of is themselves. And if that happens, we'll all be stuck with 4 more years of Trump and a Republican majority.