- Then why bother have a primary at all?
When people decide to sit on their hands or vote for Jill Stein if their fav candidate loses in a landslide, then it sounds like they would actually prefer a back room pick than not getting their way.
- Very few people are saying they won't begrudgingly vote for Biden if he's the eventual nominee.
Laura begs to differ. As to all the other people who differed last time.
Lots of people still think that "the parties are the same", even after Trump.
My first post on this thread said that I'd rather see Warren or Bernie as Pres, but, according to the polls like the one in this thread article, it appears that Biden may have the advantage of taking both progressive and moderate to conservative Dem votes.
And if he does, he's much better than Trump pretty obviously. But still, some of the Pure Left among us will hold out for their fav or take their vote and go home and feel like that if people are not smart enough ( as smart as them ) to support their candidate, then they deserve to get Trump again.
Of course, most people who feel that way aren't the ones who will continue to be crushed financially by