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Author Topic: Alabama largest black caucus just endorse Michael Bloomberg  (Read 406 times)

Online Strike79

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Re: Alabama largest black caucus just endorse Michael Bloomberg
« Reply #30 on: February 15, 2020, 12:03:35 PM »
 :lol:^^^not gonna front, this “imaginary” exchange IS funny.

bluedog, on this thread and elsewhere in the Politics forum, you have been RELENTLESS in your criticism of Mike Bloomberg. I often wondered what exactly was animating you in your critique of dude. And why, for example, did you seemingly find his past racial history more odious, say, than other Dem presidential candidates.

But, Lord, have mercy, just watched a discussion on Mike’s presidential candidacy on Joy-Ann Reid’s show on MSNBC. And, I gotta tell ya, it was MORE than revealing. I have often wondered how Mike is securing so many endorsements from negro politicians, especially mayors. It may very well be that Mike is spending some of his incredible wealth on more than just campaign ads.......................WOW!!  :o

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Re: Alabama largest black caucus just endorse Michael Bloomberg
« Reply #31 on: February 15, 2020, 01:34:21 PM »
I saw that Representative Gregory Meeks endorsed Bloomberg.

WASHINGTON — Rep. Gregory Meeks, the chairman of the Queens Democratic Party whose congressional district includes portions of southwest Nassau County, endorsed billionaire Mike Bloomberg’s presidential bid on Wednesday.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newsday.com/amp/long-island/politics/spin-cycle/meeks-bloomberg-endorsement-1.41748801


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Re: Alabama largest black caucus just endorse Michael Bloomberg
« Reply #32 on: February 15, 2020, 03:45:44 PM »
Bloomberg Campaign Ad Touts Relationship With Obama, Despite Complicated History

In a multimillion-dollar TV campaign and on the trail, Michael Bloomberg portrays himself as having a close bond with former President Obama. But the two have had a complicated relationship, with Mr. Bloomberg at times criticizing the Obama administration

https://www.wsj.com/articles/bloomberg-campaign-ad-touts-relationship-with-obama-despite-complicated-history-11581762600

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Re: Alabama largest black caucus just endorse Michael Bloomberg
« Reply #33 on: February 15, 2020, 03:51:22 PM »
^^^not gonna front, this “imaginary” exchange IS funny.

bluedog, on this thread and elsewhere in the Politics forum, you have been RELENTLESS in your criticism of Mike Bloomberg. I often wondered what exactly was animating you in your critique of dude. And why, for example, did you seemingly find his past racial history more odious, say, than other Dem presidential candidates.

But, Lord, have mercy, just watched a discussion on Mike’s presidential candidacy on Joy-Ann Reid’s show on MSNBC. And, I gotta tell ya, it was MORE than revealing. I have often wondered how Mike is securing so many endorsements from negro politicians, especially mayors. It may very well be that Mike is spending some of his incredible wealth on more than just campaign ads.......................WOW!!  :o
It's simple!  I'm not gullible/naive enough to see any of them as perfect or anymore than what they are. A politician.
But there's no Democratic President or Presidential candidate in my life time that's is as racist as this guy. The only difference between his life views on how he treats and views blacks and Trump. Is that he actually earned his money.
« Last Edit: February 15, 2020, 07:46:44 PM by bluedog »

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Re: Alabama largest black caucus just endorse Michael Bloomberg
« Reply #34 on: February 15, 2020, 09:48:53 PM »
^^^and there is ALSO this.......apparently, Lil Mike did not endorse Pres. Obama in his first presidential run in 2008. It’s unclear who, if anyone, he endorsed in that run. And he was “late” to endorse President Obama in his re-election run.

Lil Mike has been running tv campaign ads that suggest he and Obama were “cool”. There is reporting that states their relationship was “fraught,” and nowhere NEARLY as cozy as Lil Mike suggests in those ads,

Mofos better pause before they all try to fall on the Bloomberg bandwagon.     :(

 

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