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  1. https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/495922-progressive-group-to-endorse-biden-hes-abraham-lincoln-compared-to-donald
  2. I'm not saying you're wrong, but I'd like to add Blount to the list. He didn't get many chances, but when he was given the ball, he was effective.
  3. He took the moral high ground on the impeachment vote, which earns him some credit in my book. I assume he's got plenty of baggage, though.
  4. This is all a bit of a stretch. Biden is not a great candidate but he's not looking to become a king as you imply with that last line. As for third parties, when was the last time someone actually fit to be president ran? I can't think of anyone after Ross Perot. I voted Gary in 2016, but that was just a protest vote. I didn't actually think Johnson would be a good president.
  5. No, of course not. Romney hasn't quit yet.
  6. This binary thinking is a problem. It's like saying petty theft is the same as premeditated murder because they're both crimes. One party is committing worse crimes against democracy than the other. One party has at least SOME people with good intentions working for it. Your false equivalencies are not helping the situation.
  7. I don't subscribe to DLF so I can't comment on that article in particular, but in Arians' defense, while he was in PIT, they were winning by playing defense and playing it safe on offense. So Arians the OC didn't have the pass attempts to produce a QB1. That's not to say I am confident he's not overrated. Your premise might still be true. I just don't think it's fair to hold his PIT days against him. He did run a very efficient offense there given what he had. I'm just so curious if Arians will be able to adapt his vertical offense to Brady's dink and dunk arm.
  8. The important thing is they will not be like Kavanaugh. I'm not defending any of the items you mentioned, but you've got to take a step back and try to put a weight to it. Nobody is saying the Democrats have been perfect. But you're fooling yourself with these false equivalencies/whataboutism. In no uncertain terms, the Republicans have been worse. If you're being honest with yourself, you may not want Democrats in power, but you want Republicans in power even less. And one of them will be in power. So vote third party at your own peril. Signed, Someone who voted third party in 2016
  9. Do you want another conservative hack on the supreme court? Because that's how you get another conservative hack on the supreme court. Biden is unlikely to accomplish anything meaningful, but he won't brazenly break laws/commit impeachable offenses while making us the laughing stock of the world. He won't invite foreign interference in our elections. He won't set back climate change progress and pandemic response. As you can see, it's not so much about what Biden will do, it's about what he won't do.
  10. Brady's arm is not nearly as strong as Carson Palmer's. The Arians-Brady combo seems exceedingly odd to me. I'm very curious to see how it pans out, but I'll be watching from the sidelines.