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Questioning Pete Buttigieg history?

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According to my research, the role of the mayor is to be the "head of the city, the mayor officially speaks for both the government and the community as a whole. In all statutory cities and most charter cities, the mayor is the presiding officer and a regular member of the city council."  As Mayor of South Bend, Indiana since 2012 Pete Buttigieg has raised major red flags. He has failed actually to help the people of South Bend, Indiana. He fired the police chief, and when it was becoming a controversy, he developed a new housing plan at the detriment of his constituents. How is going to lead the country when he is barely doing it as  Mayor of South Bend, Indiana.

Please Read:

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/07/08/pete-buttigieg-black-voters-support-1395471

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2019/07/south-bends-police-department-was-a-mess-mayor-pete-didnt-notice-until-he-ran-for-president/

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Honestly, I have difficulty looking at all the different videos and other stuff you post without comment.  I'd rather hear your thoughts and some discussion around the candidates.  

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4 minutes ago, BCgradnurse said:

Honestly, I have difficulty looking at all the different videos and other stuff you post without comment.  I'd rather hear your thoughts and some discussion around the candidates.  

I am posting facts about how he failed his constituents as mayor. How is going to lead this country? 

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Mostly you seem interested in finding fault with qualified candidates.  There won't be a perfect candidate, you know.

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4 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Mostly you seem interested in finding fault with qualified candidates.  There won't be a perfect candidate, you know.

I have issue with the format, not necessarily with the content.  However, this poster seems intent on focusing on the negative.  I'd be interested to hear who you do support and why.

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Just now, BCgradnurse said:

I have issue with the format, not necessarily with the content.  However, this poster seems intent on focusing on the negative.  I'd be interested to hear who you do support and why.

I support the DNC candidate who will emerge from the week qualified group of contenders. I could vote for any of them rather than Trump, even the author or the men who seem qualified only be race, gender and wealth, would be an improvement over Trump. However, it is unlikely, IMHO, that liberals would elevate someone so unqualified in this process. 

I am hopeful that Warren or Harris or Klobuchar get the nod. 

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1 minute ago, toomuchbaloney said:

I support the DNC candidate who will emerge from the week qualified group of contenders. I could vote for any of them rather than Trump, even the author or the men who seem qualified only be race, gender and wealth, would be an improvement over Trump. However, it is unlikely, IMHO, that liberals would elevate someone so unqualified in this process. 

I am hopeful that Warren or Harris or Klobuchar get the nod. 

I was unclear.  I wanted to hear from OP who they support and why.  Preferably in their own words, and not in a bunch of video clips.

I'm with you on Harris and Warren.  I don't know enough about Klobuchar to have a strong opinion.  That being said, I am firmly in the anyone but Trump camp.

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