#13 | Posted by _Gunslinger_ at 2020-01-24 08:14 PM
More like self-made billionaire, media magnate and former mayor of America's largest city collides with fantasy billionaire bankruptcy case who inherited his money from his Klansman daddy, stiffed the government out of millions in tax dollars and is only still a thing thanks to shady loans from Hitler's favorite bank most likely backed by Russian oligarchs.
Exact description and bears repeating.
Of course, Dems don't care about record of actual accomplisments, especially in private sector, unless it has to do with being high on the ladder of government.
BTW, Bloomberg is the only one who holds Dotard to 42% in latest national and battleground states, including Mischigan, and has or ties for the highest spread between DemX vs Trump.
He also doesn't scare people with promises to give away too much "free stuff" (like e.g., "forgive all student debt, without Congress" or "declare global warming state of emergency on day 1") or kill the economy by overtaxing everyone to oblivion (OK, only "the rich" who will find the ways to avoid or pass the taxes, like downstream to consumers and the middle class.)
Maybe he is not popular with some typically Dem groups like AAs, but that's what VPs are for - Kamala Harris or someone else could fill in the blanks.
Or Dems can go with Socialist Senators, Semi-Socialist former VP past his prime living out "Obama legacy" (Obama was stuck in low 40's approval for most of his terms, too) and Mayor Babyface qho will be digitally eaten alive and if "the best ever economy" faux meme holds on till November, will make them easier to beat than Hillary in EC.
Because elections are always relative to the "other guy" - lately it's usually a choice of who is "worse" to vote against.