So that leaves Trump against a guy that can barely put a coherent sentence together.

Here is one of Biden's recent quotes:

JOE BIDEN: “We cannot let this, we’ve never allowed any crisis from the Civil War straight through to the pandemic of 17, all the way around, 16, we have never, never let our democracy sakes second fiddle, way they, we can both have a democracy and ... correct the public health.”

[–] Middle_Pillar 3 points (+3|-0)

I was really hoping to see Sanders and Trump go at it, which is what I wanted in 2016. I don't really care for either of them it would just be like idealism vs pragmatism personified.

[–] PhunkyPlatypus 3 points (+3|-0)

With the general sense of "bleh" between the choices, I'll place my vain hope that this might finally be the year that america reassess the more than two party system. 3rd part candidates in general recieved a non negligible amount of the votes last election. If someone was to unify the unsatisfied majjority who only dont want the other one, they may have a solid win. Without the fire and fury of 2016, and with the unfolding change to american invincibility, perhaps this could be the pivotal election that everyone just refuses what they're given by the DNC and RNC.

[–] Justintoxicated 2 points (+3|-1)

When Bernie drove by a supermarket and saw people waiting in line for food he declared "my job is done here" and quit the race.

[–] Annelise 1 points (+2|-1)


He offered cotton candy. Everything was sweet, but only empty calories

[–] asg101 0 points (+0|-0)

Thank the corporate democrats for giving the world 4 more years of trump.