Amy Klobuchar: Failure is not an option in this election

Amy Klobuchar: Failure is not an option in this election 1

 

During an interview with CNN's John Berman, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar responds to a heated moment in the ABC debate where Julián Castro took a shot at former Vice President Joe Biden's memory. #CNN #News

52 Comments on "Amy Klobuchar: Failure is not an option in this election"

  1. In their gun bill only the judge, prosecutor, and witness are in court. No defense or personal representation. It is a Stalinistic ploy setting legal precedent allowing guilt by accusation.

  2. All of a sudden Amy Klobuchar, has less credibility because of a CNN interview.

  3. Revolutionary Communist | September 13, 2019 at 9:56 AM | Reply

    Amy Klobuchars campaign is a failure. She struggles to get poll numbers above the low single digit units

  4. Domestic Terrorists For Trump | September 13, 2019 at 10:04 AM | Reply

    Where is FREDO?

    • Downright Dutch | September 14, 2019 at 1:03 AM | Reply

      By the way, we have to distrust “Democrats” more and more, the ABUSE of the name! See Cuba, see Zimbabwe, see the USA dRATS, see China, see Lybia, see DDR, see N-Korea, see et cetera! Sure they are the: “ D e m o c r a t P a r t y “
      FACTCHECK. The Democracy Alliance — co-founded by financier George Soros and now the Left’s most powerful donor cabal — is a customer OF ARABELLA (receives hardly any press coverage, vast streams of  “dark money” pour through its in-house nonprofits:$582 million in 2017 alone! It is the 22nd biggest charity in 2016 — larger than the ACLU, Planned Parenthood Federation, or the Clinton Foundation!). The Alliance has created multiple “funds” in the Arabella network that pool tens of millions of dollars for political FIGHTS (‘dialectic struggle’). Darker than dark: Because Arabella uses pop-up groups rather than separate legal organizations, those groups disclose far less information than other “dark money” entities.

    • Downright Dutch | September 14, 2019 at 1:25 AM | Reply

      Fredo is last seen in the NY Park on his way to mental help, walking like a drunken sailor, rolling his eyeballs, scratching his other balls, and in the other hand a big kitchen knife. Any information, please contact police or (the good patriotic part of) FBI🤪🤣

    • I don’t know, where is your orange sociopath?

  5. The Democratic party is failing because there are so many subversive groups who care nothing about the country. Their only focus is to further their own individual causes. And I think middle America is waking up to this; both Democrats and Republicans. A decision has been made by the Democratic Party that the middle class is expendable. They want money from the super wealthy. And they want control over the poor. And the way to achieve THAT is to make the poor more and more dependant on government subsidies; i.e., Obama Care. The Democratic Party is choc full of subversive groups. Beware.

    P.S. – And you can add mainstream media to that list of subversive groups. ; )

    • Calculated. What a save! | September 13, 2019 at 7:10 PM | Reply

      @Arturo I guess I want to live in the fantasy land that was America in the chill decades where most of the country didn’t care about politics to an absurd level we do now. Seemed we were all getting along a lot better in 80s and 90s, even in early 2ks. Maybe I’m just wearing sepia glasses tho. I’m more about the nation learning how to forgive each other than forgiving a politician. Politicians will take heat and that’s all fine, they signed up for it. But if common folk cant get over the fact that voters gonna vote then we no longer have a democracy.

    • @Calculated. What a save! Here is the problem though. In order to deal with a problem you must understand the problem. To understand the problem of divisive partisan politics, you need to understand who is responsible and how they were able to create such an environment. You need to make it clear to all of America what the problem is, and who is responsible. Simply forgiving and moving on is not going to solve anything.

      Just try having a discussion with a Trump supporter, and say anything that remotely sounds liberal or democratic, and they will throw reason out of the window. They have created an environment in which you either support everything that they say, or you become their enemy. They are solely responsible for this, and trying to reason with them is not going to solve the problem. They need to be eliminated politically or else they will continue to use the same dirty tricks to get their way.

    • Calculated. What a save! | September 13, 2019 at 9:10 PM | Reply

      @Arturo I’ve had lots and lots of those discussions around work, online like here and even over voice chat playing a game. There’s plenty of delusion like this on either side where as soon as a label can be ascribed then all the worst motives and beliefs are assumed about an opponent. I already know the entire left will blame Trump for everything wrong and the entire right will say Trump is a cause of nothing and a symptom of everything so we end right back where we start. I seriously doubt we can ever see one side accept blame for anything at all. It’s just the way humans are wired, where we are extremely reluctant to admit we are wrong even when proven guilty. If all that matters is Democrats blaming Trump then that’s all we’ve seen for 3 years now. It’s gotten the country exactly nowhere.

    • @Calculated. What a save! What matters is being objective. I’ve objectively determined that what the GOP has been doing for years, and what Trump has done, is bad for our nation. I could give two shits about what they call themselves. All that I know is that the GOP has pushed our nation in the wrong direction, and the only way to deal with that is to push in the other direction, not to try to meet them in the middle when they keep pushing the middle to the right. Whatever the case, this was never about playing a blame game, it is about objectively identifying the root cause of the partisan politics in America, and that cause is Trump and certain members of the GOP. Agree or disagree, it doesn’t really fucking matter.

  6. Lonesome Earl & The Clutterbusters! | September 13, 2019 at 10:20 AM | Reply

    Anybody with half-a-brain 2020!

  7. It’s not even 2020 and I’m already running out of popcorn.

  8. Translation: We can not fail to give democrats power and control over everyone. They wanna be in everyones pockets, on everyones backs, joy riding.

  9. I never even heard of her, but somehow she was in the debate but Gabbard wasn’t?

    • @James Burns She was unknown to me before I saw her on the debate stage and I said to myself, “this lady sort of reminds me of Hillary.” I saw Tulsi from Joe Rogan’s podcast and also from Jimmy Dore. Then I seen the mainstream media attack her and Joe Rogan and Jimmy defend her. So unless you don’t have internet you know who Tulsi is.

    • @James Burns The only time I’ve seen Trump ask the media for help was a question about Tulsi. He said, “I don’t even think you guys agree with that,” when mentioning her. Trump knew the media thinks Tulsi is a threat to the democrat establishment

    • Zeafer Jones You continue to show your lack knowledge. Uninformed is your problem.

    • @Zeafer Jones I reported that james person for harassment. a civil dialogue is needed unwanted name calling and harassment isn’t.

  10. She has no chance… she should just drop out.

    • Kathy Weis Well to each his own I guess, I just don’t find AK very appealing but that’s why we vote.
      Also, do WHATEVER you can to get your son to vote for whoever is the nominee.

    • @Laine La Cava working on it, know this blue no matter who✊

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    • Phim Nyuj Vais
      You’re not wrong, but it’s a damn shame. She’s more honest than a majority of the democratic field. She’s more qualified than most other candidates. And if Democratic primary voters would get their act together and nominate her, she’d probably beat the president. But people aren’t looking for a qualified, reasonable candidate who tells them the truth. They want grandiose promises that nobody can keep.

  11. does anyone even like Klobuchar. her popularity is very low. she doesn’t resonate with people

  12. She wins DNC nomination then Trump will win 2020 and there will be regret.

  13. Being a woman and from the middle of the US does not make you strong. being a man and from Cali doesnt make you strong, if she thinks thats going to get her elected than she is in for a big surprise.

  14. Klobuchar is a failure and not an option

  15. “Failure is not an option”
    Too late she’s a walking FAILURE, not compatible as a president.

  16. ” failure is not an option”
    I highly recommend a plan B.

  17. I didn’t even know Klobuchar was in the race until just now, just goes to show how miniscule she is

  18. Wanna bet some money Trump wins again

  19. From the middle of the country ANNNNNND a whamen??? Dear Lord, let’s elect this superhero.

  20. Failure is not a Democratic option? No. It’s a prerequisite.

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