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  1. Podium order --- Billionaire Bookends. -- Bloomberg, Buttigieg, Warren, Sanders, Biden, Klobuchar and Steyer.
  2. He says he has seven minutes. If correct, 3 or 4 minutes is missing from middle.
  3. The guy had the city charter changed (temproarily) to run for a 3rd term. His whole MO is that you should leave every thing to me because I know what's best for you. Of course he believes in executive.power.
  5. It was a joke book made for him for gift. He didn't make any of those comments (acc. to campaign) Bloomberg campaign spokesperson told Insider that, "Mike simply did not say the things somebody wrote in this gag gift, which has been circulating for 30 years and has been quoted in every previous election Mike has been in."
  6. She seems to be having trouble finding her identity in the race. She tried the unity candidate thing for awhile, but since she recently called Bloomberg an egotistical billionaire, I guess she's moved on from that.
  7. I posted something similar this morning. Still, with only 64 delegates awarded, seems too early to call for others to drop out. I know he's not been on the ballot, but they still have more delegates than he does, so why should he be the moderate to face Sanders? Even polling hasn't put him in his own tier.
  8. Kanninen talked to reporters yesterday, but I don't know if he also shared the memo. I got it from The Hill.To me, it's written like something intended for public view. Also seems a little arrogant in language as well as the fact that less than 2% of delegates have been awarded. eta: via Axios, thes message has been shared publicly, presumably aimed at Biden/Klobuchar/Buttigieg and supporters: "Kevin Sheekey, Bloomberg's top strategist, said: "The fact is if the state of this race remains status quo — with Biden, Pete and Amy in the race on Super Tuesday — Bernie is likely to open up a delegate lead that seems nearly impossible to overcome." "I don’t think many people understand the dire circumstances here."
  9. Campaign State of the Race Memo: Conclusion The bottom line is that if Biden, Buttigieg, and Klobuchar remain in the race despite having no path to appreciably collecting delegates on Super Tuesday (and beyond), they will propel Sanders to a seemingly insurmountable delegate lead by siphoning votes away from MRB with no upside for themselves. Taking a step back: this is now a 3-candidate race between MRB, Sanders, and Trump....
  10. Or there were just too many candidates in the races competing for attention.
  11. I think a centrist could win, but the process and ego is getting in the way In 2016, four relatively moderate candidates (Bush, Cruz, Kasich. Rubio) split the vote,potentially paving the way for Trump's nomination. In 2020, four relatively moderate candidates (Biden, Bloomberg, Buttigieg, Klobuchar) are splitting the vote.....
  12. Bloomberg will be in both the Nevada and SC debates. This will give people a chance to see who he is outside of the ad campaign. This is good, I think, for the other moderate candidates. I just hope they don't trip over each other trying to throw the 1st punch now that they have the opportunity.
  13. This was always the likely outcome, which is why I didn't think Bloomberg would enter and why I was so unhappy when he did. Hopefully the next two debates bring hi down to earth and balance the ad campaign.
  14. In good news for Warren (who can now say she's the only one w/o one), a Super Pac just registered to support Klobuchar and released this ad in Nevada on her story of extending childbirth to a two night hospital stay.