I am following up on my last post regarding healthcare - and the different approaches in the Democratic primary. I am going to do my best to (over)simplify the differences between Single Payer and Public Option approaches.
He brings nothing new to this Democratic field of candidates, as far as I can tell.
I like her. I trust her. If a zombie apocalypse were upon us, I would be entirely comfortable with her in charge.
Biden does not have my vote in the primary, and it would take something pretty major to change my mind on that.
I have no reason not to like Castro as a Democratic Presidential nominee. I just wish he wasn't quite so boring in interviews.
Michael Bennet was a surprise. I did not expect that I would be very interested in what he had to say.
I found him to be reasonable, relatively intelligent, and a bit overly sincere. (The guy has a heart-tugging story for everything.)
After about 40 minutes with Tim Ryan, my first impression is that I am not at all a fan. Maybe Tim Ryan was having a bad day. Maybe *I* was having a bad day. But with a large field, I’m not interested in spending more time with him.
I spent about an hour listening to the WMUR interview and town hall with 2020 Democratic candidate and former Governor John Hickenlooper on my drive to work. After arriving to work, I wrote down three notes: - Okay ideas on policing and education- Foreign policy?- Painful to listen to. The last note is self-explanatory. In … Continue reading John Hickenlooper: Déjà vu
First let me apologize to Representative Swalwell, as I’ve been spelling his name incorrectly for over a month now. Something about the fact that it took me this long to notice says a lot about how I feel about his candidacy. Meh. I took the time this morning to pull together a YouTube playlist to … Continue reading Eric Swalwell: Meh.