Michelle Obama is one of the only few I think had the best chance against Trump. It's not that much about program or being smart anymore. Against Trump, you have to show you have guts, personality and popularity. It's sad politic has gone to that, personality and popularity, but that's what it is.I disagree. When my 10 year old cousin tried to talk about cars and girls it was innocently funny. This? This is just sad and weird.
I agree that the Dems have an uphill battle. They've spent three years being the party that cried
WolfRussia, over and over again, with no payoff. Plus, their primary spread is disintegrating, as you say:
Biden's mental health is questionable, plus the Ukraine scandal has blown back on him badly.
Warren can't seem to tell the truth about anything, plus Wall Street Dems are flat out refusing to back her (to the point of 'we'll back Trump instead')
Harris hasn't recovered from the beating Tulsi Gabbard gave her, and is widely perceived as a roundheeled slut who's been sticking it to blacks from the position she slept her way into.
And Bernie, like Biden, has health questions plus he can't sell Communism to the U.S. no matter how many birds land on his podium.
There go all the first stringers, right there. Who's left? O'Rourke? Every time the Irish Taco opens his mouth, I see another person voting Trump. Delaney and Gabbard are being frozen out of the DNC processes for having the nerve to ask 'how we going to pay for this?' and 'Harris, you lying slut' respectively. I guess that leaves Yang, Steyer, and Williamson. Great show, DNC.
Michelle has four things going for her :
- She can carry the Obama's nostalgia currently going on (maybe too soon for that ?)
- She's quite popular in the US.
- She has a cool demeanor and is a sympathetic figure overall, which is really Trump's bane.
- She has an authoritarian personality, she was born to scold people. Tough woman fit for power.
Problem is, she's not a candidate (probably for 2024 though).