Open Thread | No, The Vice President IS NOT Going To Be Dumped From the Ticket. And no, the President is NOT Too Old


To the haters:

We see you. We see that though you had the chance to vote for White Woman in 2016. A qualified White Woman in 2016.
You all came up with eleven billionty reasons why you couldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton.

And now, here we are.
With all this nonsense about Joe Biden needs to step down. Joe Biden is too old to run again.
Phuck outta here.

All the nonsense about Joe Biden’s Age is about Kamala Harris as Vice President. Too many of you are scare to admit that you’re nervous about having this Black woman as the #2 Political Person in this country. You are scared that she’s a heartbeat away. All this nonsense about polls about a Vice-President – something I’ve never heard of before the Black woman got the job….

Uh uh
You all are transparent as glass.

How do you think you would possible sell to the Democratic Party BASE the dumping of the Vice-President from the ticket?

Uh huh

No experience?
DA in San Francisco
Attorney General of the State of California
Senator from the State of California
Vice President of the United States

You don’t think that gives Kamala Harris a resume from which to run on in 2028, if she so chooses?

Uh huh

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8 Responses to Open Thread | No, The Vice President IS NOT Going To Be Dumped From the Ticket. And no, the President is NOT Too Old

  1. Liza says:

    This makes me really, really mad.

    It was Grandparent’s Day at Carson’s school. He ate lunch w/ 3 Grandparents. Carson was so happy. We had a good time

    When he got home he told his mom that he wanted his little white friend Kennedy to meet me. Kennedy said no b/c her mom said I might kill her.
    She’s a 6 yr old 🥺
    5:25 PM · Sep 13, 2023·729 Views

    • Liza says:

      Sounds like Kennedy’s mom has some mental problems in addition to being a White Supremacist. Good Lord, who tells crazy, dangerous lies like that to a six year old child, your own child?

      I feel bad for Kennedy. She didn’t win the parent lottery and there will be a lot to overcome. I hope she finds support among other family members.

      I especially feel bad for Carson, a good natured six year old child who now has to have a lot of questions answered that he should have been spared.

      And then there’s SG2 and I have to stop writing because someone saying this about her spikes my blood pressure.

      I’m sorry this happened.

    • rikyrah says:

      When I read that, I was so pissed.


      Absolutely outrageous.

  2. rikyrah says:

    Candidly Tiff (@tify330) posted at 11:41 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    Too many white people (especially reporters) keep talking in coded language about Kamala Harris. Last night @stuartpstevens called it out. Thank you! Josh & Nate are big mad 🤷🏽‍♀️

    Here is my take, including VP’s electoral history.

  3. rikyrah says:

    Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) posted at 11:02 PM on Thu, Sep 14, 2023:
    LOL Harris winning the California AG race by <1 point isn't a sign that it was a tough race, it's a sign she was a bad candidate. Here are winning margins for statewide Ds in CA that year. She's a huge negative outlier.

    +0.8 (Harris)

    marc (@MGsquared) posted at 8:55 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    .@NateSilver538, your profoundly uninformed take on Harris' campaign against Steve Cooley not only undermines your credibility but raises serious questions about your character. Harris wasn't just an underdog; she was significantly behind. Cooley was perceived as the victor. 1/

    marc (@MGsquared) posted at 8:55 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    However, through meticulous groundwork and coalition-building—key moves for a candidate whose base constitutes a mere 6% of California voters—Harris surged like an Olympic sprinter.
    Republicans were so unnerved that a deluge of funding started pouring in to tarnish her 2/

    marc (@MGsquared) posted at 8:55 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    reputation. Ads portrayed her as soft on crime, a mischaracterization that later evolved into the 'cop' label from Bernie supporters. In reality, Harris was discerning in her approach. She opposed the death penalty, set limitations on three-strikes laws, stopped marijuana 3/

    marc (@MGsquared) posted at 8:55 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    possession charges, and initiated programs like Back on Track.
    Harris has the unique talent of transforming criticisms into strengths, a skill alluded to by Coco Gauff after her US Open victory. Contrary to what you may believe, y'alls prejudiced slights don't weaken her; they 4/

    marc (@MGsquared) posted at 8:55 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    fuel her resilience. It's not just her policies or actions that you fear; it's the concept of a Black Woman in power.
    So, @NateSilver538 and others, continue to propagate your uninformed criticisms. Kamala Harris is not rising; she's already here. DONE!


    DrChavous on  | VP Kamala Harris is THEE GOAT! (@flywithkamala) posted at 0:43 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023:
    LOL keep cherry-picking boo. Fact is she won TWO tight races and was elected to positions nobody that looked like her held ever before. Very easy of you to gloss over this fact with your hue but any race where the margin is less < 1 point is a tough race literally by definition. ........................ Hope  (@HopeisaBison) posted at 5:29 AM on Fri, Sep 15, 2023: The national GOP threw the kitchen sink at her race... because they knew her potential. Turns out they were right. I know you think a Black woman doing something that had never been done before was easy, but don't rewrite history. ................ I am so glad that people are clowning Nate. he deserves it.

  4. rikyrah says:

    This is an excellent post from The Establishment Bar Blogspot:
    Posted by T.LaFauci September 15, 2023


    Bob Woodward knew Donald Trump was dangerous. He didn’t say anything until his second Trump book came out in September 2020.

    Jonathan Karl knew Donald Trump was dangerous. He didn’t say anything until his book came out in November 2021.

    Mark Meadows knew Donald Trump was dangerous. He didn’t say anything for four years until his book came out in December 2021.

    Maggie Haberman knew Donald Trump was dangerous. She didn’t say anything until her book came out in October 2022.

    Mitt Romney knew Donald Trump was dangerous. He didn’t say anything until his book was scheduled to come out in September 2023.

    While our good friend LL so succinctly ripped Brave Sir Romney a new one yesterday, it cannot be overstated that his inaction was part of a much larger pattern during the Trump years. From the start of the presidential run in 2015 until today, countless individuals in either the GOP or DC Beltway media have firsthand witnessed just how unfit Donald Trump was to hold or return to higher office. Many of these individuals, through formal or informal education, had a strong sense of the norms of government and specifically the norms of a president of the United States. They knew what it meant to not only be presidential but to be decent and kind and to put the American people first when it came to making difficult decisions. Every person in Donald Trump’s orbit had a choice: they could be horrified by what they saw and resign and or withdraw from their assignment or they could stay in their role and be complicit as Donald Trump’s heinous instincts took over and he governed in a way that caused irreparable damage to millions of families.

    They all chose the latter.

    And they did it without a second thought. Because maintaining the GOP’s power or writing a best-selling book was much more lucrative than doing the right thing.

    Rest of it at the link. He is absolutely on point.

  5. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone😊😊😊

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