It’s President Harris in a Matter of Days

 

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The realization that Joe Biden has no chance at all to win a second term has finally dawned on Democrats. It doesn’t really matter if Biden has an upcoming NATO summit or a planned taped interview with George Stephanopoulus or not. Numbers don’t lie and Joe’s numbers are abysmal. Fellow octogenarian Nancy Pelosi commented that Joe’s cognition, mental acuity, and possible (or probable) dementia are fair game to be questioned. Other fellow octogenarian James Clyburn has proclaimed that he would be happy to support Kamala Harris should Biden step down, even as we have seen that stepping down from only one step has required help from a physician Dr. Jill.

Harris, who often speaks in vacuous circular platitudes or like a kindergarten teacher to Americans, and who deliberately walked away from Biden’s mandate to manage the border crisis (I don’t have to mention her other earlier San Francisco – married – man date, do I?), will need some much-needed gravitas to convince the disenchanted Democrat electorate (or any human being with a modicum of intelligence) that she is presidential material before facing Donald Trump.

The way to do that, of course, is to convince Jill Biden that she needs to gather up her expensive wardrobe and jewelry and oh, yes, that confused husband of her’s who may be wandering somewhere on the White House grounds in his underwear and move out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to make way for the first woman President of the United States, Kamala Harris. Here’s a preview of coming attractions:

Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

The lickspittle media will fall in line as the transition is made. Biden’s campaign war chest will legally and naturally go to Kamala, and the delegates at the convention in Chicago will nominate her enthusiastically. The only business left (okay, fine, apart from the legal efforts to update ballots in several states) will be to select Kamala’s running mate. Newsom is out since he’s also from California. Whitmer is the wrong sex or gender or something suffice it to say that two women on a presidential ticket might be a bridge too far. The Democrat VP choice will likely be someone of the male persuasion. Feel free to float your favorite potential candidates.

When will the Kamala Harris ascendency to the presidency be announced? On Independence Day? After the NATO summit? Not until the convention in Chicago? Thoughts?

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
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    Brian Watt: The way to do that, of course, is to convince Jill Biden that she needs to gather up her expensive wardrobe and jewelry and oh, yes that confused husband of her’s who may be wandering somewhere on the White House grounds in his underwear and move out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to make way for the first woman President of the United State, Kamala Harris.

    Seems like there’s already some idea that Joe and Jill don’t actually live at the White House, they live in Delaware and Joe just flies over occasionally to DC for a speech.

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  2. Brian Watt Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Brian Watt: The way to do that, of course, is to convince Jill Biden that she needs to gather up her expensive wardrobe and jewelry and oh, yes that confused husband of her’s who may be wandering somewhere on the White House grounds in his underwear and move out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to make way for the first woman President of the United State, Kamala Harris.

    Seems like there’s already some idea that Joe and Jill don’t actually live at the White House, they live in Delaware and Joe just flies over occasionally to DC for a speech.

    Yes, well there is that.

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  3. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    “The Democrat VP choice will likely be someone of the male persuasion.” I’m not a biologist, so I don’t understand what you said there.

    Military experience used to be an important qualification for higher office:

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  4. Bob Thompson Member
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    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

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  5. EODmom Coolidge
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    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

    Hasn’t he already campaigned against someone who wanted to be the first female President? Didn’t seem to matter to him against Hillary – she claimed he threatened her by simply being near her. So she claimed female privilege first. Otherwise it’s pretty hard to see her as the candidate. She’s so u predictably predictably stupid when she opens her mouth. Unavoidable even with Better Living Through Chemistry. I think. 

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  6. Brian Watt Member
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    EODmom (View Comment):

    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

    Hasn’t he already campaigned against someone who wanted to be the first female President? Didn’t seem to matter to him against Hillary – she claimed he threatened her by simply being near her. So she claimed female privilege first. Otherwise it’s pretty hard to see her as the candidate. She’s so u predictably predictably stupid when she opens her mouth. Unavoidable even with Better Living Through Chemistry. I think.

    Here’s the difference. If Joe resigns, Kamala will be sworn in as president before the election. She will be the incumbent president.

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  7. Andrew Troutman Coolidge
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    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

    And the THC in her bloodstream will be, as usual, off the charts.

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  8. Annefy Coolidge
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    I haven’t looked into it, but does all the $$$ automatically go to Kamala? Or to someone else who might be nominated at the convention? Surely many of the donors won’t be happy about that.

    We’re in House of Cards territory; I wouldn’t be surprised if Kamala steps in now, with a ringer being nominated at the convention.

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if JB refuses to step down. And they throw him out at the convention.

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if JB suffers a “medical event” sometime soon. Kamala steps in, then gets the nomination.

    To be honest, nothing would surprise me at this point.

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  9. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    I heard that Jill is holding out for a $2Billion library fund, a book deal, and pardons for the whole family.  That is about the same buyout price as an SEC football coach.

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  10. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Hey Joey, this is Cornpop. remember me?  No of course you don’t.  Time to go Joey.  25th amendment, n’at.  ya got no choice. Bye Joey.  Listen, I’ll offer you a deal, K?  resign nice and quick.  respectfully right?  then we don’t hafta do ya in.  Ya like that Joey? Your choice.  make it quick. 

     

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  11. Columbo Member
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    EODmom (View Comment):

    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

    Hasn’t he already campaigned against someone who wanted to be the first female President? Didn’t seem to matter to him against Hillary – she claimed he threatened her by simply being near her. So she claimed female privilege first. Otherwise it’s pretty hard to see her as the candidate. She’s so u predictably predictably stupid when she opens her mouth. Unavoidable even with Better Living Through Chemistry. I think.

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  12. Fritz Coolidge
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    The media will be all over how HISTORIC  Kamala’s presidency is.

    Meanwhile, the entire nation and possibly all of western civilization goes down in flames. China-Taiwan. North-South Korea. Russia-Ukraine/Poland/NATO. Iran/Hezbollah/Hamas-Israel. Regional conflicts in Africa, and so many more.

    Old Scratch is chortling at all the potential gains for his kingdom of death. His money is squarely on the Kamala gambit, I imagine.

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  13. Columbo Member
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    President Harris?!

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  14. Brian Watt Member
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    EODmom (View Comment):

    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

    Hasn’t he already campaigned against someone who wanted to be the first female President? Didn’t seem to matter to him against Hillary – she claimed he threatened her by simply being near her. So she claimed female privilege first. Otherwise it’s pretty hard to see her as the candidate. She’s so u predictably predictably stupid when she opens her mouth. Unavoidable even with Better Living Through Chemistry. I think.

    If she sticks to reading what’s on the teleprompter that’s been written by someone who is smarter, then she can sound somewhat intelligent. The precedent has already been set. Press conferences will admittedly be more challenging but there’s no reason she has to do many of those. Again, the precedent has been set.

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  15. Brian Watt Member
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    Annefy (View Comment):

    I haven’t looked into it, but does all the $$$ automatically go to Kamala? Or to someone else who might be nominated at the convention? Surely many of the donors won’t be happy about that.

    We’re in House of Cards territory; I wouldn’t be surprised if Kamala steps in now, with a ringer being nominated at the convention.

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if JB refuses to step down. And they throw him out at the convention.

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if JB suffers a “medical event” sometime soon. Kamala steps in, then gets the nomination.

    To be honest, nothing would surprise me at this point.

    From what I understand is that the money can only go to Harris if Joe either drops out of the race or resigns the presidency.

    From NBC News: (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/what-would-happen-to-biden-s-campaign-cash-if-he-drops-out-that-s-up-to-kamala-harris/ar-BB1pewmv)

    Biden campaign manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez said during the call that in the event of the president dropping out — which she emphasized he had no intention of doing — Harris would then control most of the money in their campaign account, which amounted to $91.2 million as of May 31.

    That appears to be correct, according to some campaign finance experts — but likely only if she then became the Democrat’s presidential nominee.

    ”This has this unique twist to it with Harris still being a part of the campaign and being considered part of the campaign from the get-go,” said Kenneth Gross, a senior political law counsel at Akin Gump and former associate general counsel for the Federal Election Commission.

    Harris’ name is listed on FEC filings for both Biden’s statement of candidacy and his campaign account’s statement of organization, meaning she would likely be able to use the funds if she continues with the campaign. Campaign finance law also states that a campaign committee designated by a presidential candidate can be used by the party’s vice presidential candidate. 

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  16. Hoyacon Member
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    Fritz (View Comment):

    The media will be all over how HISTORIC Kamala’s presidency is.

    How’s this for historic?  Kamala, with Gretchen Whitmer as VP.  I think that they could “hide” Kamala to a certain extent while bloviating about its historic nature.  Dems love that, and it would be a better ticket than now.  The same people who lied about Biden’s impairments will lie about Kamala’s competency.  Whitmer would be major icing on the cake.

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  17. Ekosj Member
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    Annefy (View Comment):

    I haven’t looked into it, but does all the $$$ automatically go to Kamala? Or to someone else who might be nominated at the convention? Surely many of the donors won’t be happy about that.

    We’re in House of Cards territory; I wouldn’t be surprised if Kamala steps in now, with a ringer being nominated at the convention.

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if JB refuses to step down. And they throw him out at the convention.

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if JB suffers a “medical event” sometime soon. Kamala steps in, then gets the nomination.

    To be honest, nothing would surprise me at this point.

    My understanding is that the $ would go to Harris because only Biden and Harris are named in the federal paperwork for the campaign to which donors gave money. 

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  18. Brian Watt Member
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    From The Wall Street Journal:

    If Biden were to exit from the race before the nomination, Harris would have some advantages in the field of Democrats who are seen as contenders, which includes names such as California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore and Sens. Raphael Warnock, of Georgia, and Amy Klobuchar, of Minnesota.

    As Biden’s running mate, Harris would be able to use the money already raised by Biden’s campaign committee. The vice president would also have some key endorsements, including from influential Rep. Jim Clyburn (D., S.C.). 

    “I’m a Biden-Harris person, OK?” Clyburn said after Thursday’s debate. “So I’m not getting away from that. I’m going to be for Biden, if Harris ain’t there, and I’ll be for Harris, if Biden ain’t there.”

    It isn’t clear that Harris, as her party’s presidential nominee, would satisfy the many Americans who say they are looking for an alternative to Biden and Trump. Several surveys earlier this year and last year found Harris performing about the same as Biden when tested against Trump. 

    But a CNN poll released on Tuesday found Harris trailing Trump by 2 percentage points in a hypothetical matchup, a better showing than Biden, who trailed Trump by 6 points in the poll. Trump’s leads in both cases were within the poll’s margin of error. The FiveThirtyEight.com average of recent polls finds that voter disapproval of Harris outweighs approval by 10 percentage points, whereas that gap is close to 20 points in views of Biden’s job performance.

    https://www.wsj.com/politics/elections/why-kamala-harris-would-be-bidens-likeliest-replacement-72a0c189?mod=hp_lead_pos2

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  19. Barfly Member
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Fritz (View Comment):

    The media will be all over how HISTORIC Kamala’s presidency is.

    How’s this for historic? Kamala, with Gretchen Whitmer as VP. I think that they could “hide” Kamala to a certain extent while bloviating about its historic nature. Dems love that, and it would be a better ticket than now. The same people who lied about Biden’s impairments will lie about Kamala’s competency. Whitmer would be major icing on the cake.

    I’m going to get out ahead of this: Kamala Harris did not kill herself.

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  20. Andrew Troutman Coolidge
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    Barfly (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Fritz (View Comment):

    The media will be all over how HISTORIC Kamala’s presidency is.

    How’s this for historic? Kamala, with Gretchen Whitmer as VP. I think that they could “hide” Kamala to a certain extent while bloviating about its historic nature. Dems love that, and it would be a better ticket than now. The same people who lied about Biden’s impairments will lie about Kamala’s competency. Whitmer would be major icing on the cake.

    I’m going to get out ahead of this: Kamala Harris did not kill herself.

    Nor did Sleepy Joe.

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  21. Addiction Is A Choice Member
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    “You’re going to see chaos WITH YOUR OWN EYES!”

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  22. Al French Moderator
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    Annefy (View Comment):

    I haven’t looked into it, but does all the $$$ automatically go to Kamala? Or to someone else who might be nominated at the convention? Surely many of the donors won’t be happy about that

    According to Steven Hayward at Powerline, if Kamala is the nominee she gets the money; if not it goes to the DNC which can spend it as it wishes.

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  23. Brian Watt Member
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    Just an additional note: Democrats in the last twenty years or so have been much more disciplined about unified messaging than Republicans. Is it simply a coincidence that elder Democrat figures like Pelosi, Clyburn, and Donna Brazile made comments that seem to open the door to moving past Joe Biden as their nominee and in Clyburn and Brazile’s case vocally supporting Harris?

    It seems likely, to me at least, that Barack Obama is quietly working behind the scenes and communicating with key Democrat lawmakers and major donors on what makes the most sense without embarrassing, endless and very public squabbles and infighting. It seems unlikely that Obama hasn’t had private discussions with Democrat leaders in the last two or three days after the debate.

    The Democrat governors’ conference call scheduled for tomorrow with the Biden White House may not be as critical in Joe and Jill’s decision on what to do next than the directions they get from sitting congressional Democrats who will suffer losses in greater numbers. As of this writing, at least 3 Democrat members of the House have called for Biden to end his candidacy. That number is likely to increase in the coming hours and days.

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  24. Doctor Robert Member
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    While we all gloat over the present humiliation and likely resignation of a man whom we abhor, let us not forget that the advantages of incumbency, “making history”, relative youth, a honeymoon period and the lick-spittle media will lead Ms Harris to trounce Mr Trump in November, likely also bringing a down-ticket cascade.  Is it impolite to mention that it would have been prudent for us to have a nominee who is young, who is not disliked already by half the populace and who does not say or tweet whacky things?  Call me a Cassandra, but while I love Mr Trump, sympathize with his travails and appreciate all that he has done for us, if Mr Biden is not the candidate we are doomed.

    Many of us have wished for Mr Biden’s removal from office.  Let us be careful what we wish for.

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  25. Brian Watt Member
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    While we all gloat over the present humiliation and likely resignation of a man whom we abhor, let us not forget that the advantages of incumbency, “making history”, relative youth, a honeymoon period and the lick-spittle media will lead Ms Harris to trounce Mr Trump in November, likely also bringing a down-ticket cascade. Is it impolite to mention that it would have been prudent for us to have a nominee who is young, who is not disliked already by half the populace and who does not say or tweet whacky things? Call me a Cassandra, but while I love Mr Trump, sympathize with his travails and appreciate all that he has done for us, if Mr Biden is not the candidate we are doomed.

    Many of us have all wished for Mr Biden’s removal from office. Let us be careful what we wish for.

    For my part, I can rightly say that I am not gloating but merely pointing out the path the Democrat hierarchy is likely to take because it is the most logical and tamps down the mayhem likely to arise if Harris is not the nominee. Their case is even stronger if Biden resigns in the next few days and she takes the oath of office as POTUS because that gives her immediate (if unearned) credibility and also conveys to the nation that they acted to remove a president who could no longer function in the role without having to resort to the 25th Amendment. One should not assume, as you point out, that this will be a cakewalk for the GOP and could be enormously challenging for Trump given the role that the MSM and the deep state plays. This post should be considered a warning of what likely is to transpire and something that the Trump campaign and RNC should gear up for.

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  26. Doctor Robert Member
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    Brian Watt (View Comment):

    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    While we all gloat over the present humiliation and likely resignation of a man whom we abhor, let us not forget that the advantages of incumbency, “making history”, relative youth, a honeymoon period and the lick-spittle media will lead Ms Harris to trounce Mr Trump in November, likely also bringing a down-ticket cascade. Is it impolite to mention that it would have been prudent for us to have a nominee who is young, who is not disliked already by half the populace and who does not say or tweet whacky things? Call me a Cassandra, but while I love Mr Trump, sympathize with his travails and appreciate all that he has done for us, if Mr Biden is not the candidate we are doomed.

    Many of us have all wished for Mr Biden’s removal from office. Let us be careful what we wish for.

    For my part, I can rightly say that I am not gloating but merely pointing out the path the Democrat hierarchy is likely to take because it is the most logical and tamps down the mayhem likely to arise if Harris is not the nominee. Their case is even stronger if Biden resigns in the next few days and she takes the oath of office as POTUS because that gives her immediate (if unearned) credibility and also conveys to the nation that they acted to remove a president who could no longer function in the role without having to resort to the 25th Amendment. One should not assume, as you point out, that this will be a cakewalk for the GOP and could be enormously challenging for Trump given the role that the MSM and the deep state plays. This post should be considered a warning of what likely is to transpire and something that the Trump campaign and RNC should gear up for.

    Thanks for a reasoned response, Brian.  For my part, I *am* gloating.  But I am also quaking in my slippers as I contemplate four years of President Harris with a Democratic Congress.

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  27. Andrew Troutman Coolidge
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    While we all gloat over the present humiliation and likely resignation of a man whom we abhor, let us not forget that the advantages of incumbency, “making history”, relative youth, a honeymoon period and the lick-spittle media will lead Ms Harris to trounce Mr Trump in November, likely also bringing a down-ticket cascade. Is it impolite to mention that it would have been prudent for us to have a nominee who is young, who is not disliked already by half the populace and who does not say or tweet whacky things? Call me a Cassandra, but while I love Mr Trump, sympathize with his travails and appreciate all that he has done for us, if Mr Biden is not the candidate we are doomed.

    Many of us have all wished for Mr Biden’s removal from office. Let us be careful what we wish for.

    Yep.

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  28. Percival Thatcher
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    Brian Watt (View Comment):

    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    While we all gloat over the present humiliation and likely resignation of a man whom we abhor, let us not forget that the advantages of incumbency, “making history”, relative youth, a honeymoon period and the lick-spittle media will lead Ms Harris to trounce Mr Trump in November, likely also bringing a down-ticket cascade. Is it impolite to mention that it would have been prudent for us to have a nominee who is young, who is not disliked already by half the populace and who does not say or tweet whacky things? Call me a Cassandra, but while I love Mr Trump, sympathize with his travails and appreciate all that he has done for us, if Mr Biden is not the candidate we are doomed.

    Many of us have all wished for Mr Biden’s removal from office. Let us be careful what we wish for.

    For my part, I can rightly say that I am not gloating but merely pointing out the path the Democrat hierarchy is likely to take because it is the most logical and tamps down the mayhem likely to arise if Harris is not the nominee. Their case is even stronger if Biden resigns in the next few days and she takes the oath of office as POTUS because that gives her immediate (if unearned) credibility and also conveys to the nation that they acted to remove a president who could no longer function in the role without having to resort to the 25th Amendment. One should not assume, as you point out, that this will be a cakewalk for the GOP and could be enormously challenging for Trump given the role that the MSM and the deep state plays. This post should be considered a warning of what likely is to transpire and something that the Trump campaign and RNC should gear up for.

    Thanks for a reasoned response, Brian. For my part, I *am* gloating. But I am also quaking in my slippers as I contemplate four years of President Harris with a Democratic Congress.

    President Harris can’t be any more risky than President Brandon, and she’s less popular than he is.

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  29. kedavis Coolidge
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Fritz (View Comment):

    The media will be all over how HISTORIC Kamala’s presidency is.

    How’s this for historic? Kamala, with Gretchen Whitmer as VP. I think that they could “hide” Kamala to a certain extent while bloviating about its historic nature. Dems love that, and it would be a better ticket than now. The same people who lied about Biden’s impairments will lie about Kamala’s competency. Whitmer would be major icing on the cake.

    I think there’s some good reason to believe that not many people who expressed support having switched from Biden to Trump, because of the economy etc, would switch back again to Kamala.  Especially not black men.  And black women were going to vote for the D regardless, so Kamala doesn’t gain anything there.

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  30. E. Kent Golding Moderator
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    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    Brian Watt:

    Donald Trump will then have to campaign against America’s first woman POTUS and a woman of some sort of critically important skin pigmentation. America’s adversaries, may wait before challenging and embarrassing a President Harris, so as to help her chances of getting elected and avoid another Trump presidency.

     

    I think this campaign will be fun to watch.

    Interesting.  I shudder thinking about it.

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