Could a debate like this happen in the near-future?
Whomever the Democrats nominate for President loses the 2016 election, and the GOP makes gains in both houses of Congress and at the state level.
Then you have in midterm elections in 2018 and the presidential election in 2020.
The post-Obama Dems will certain analyze why the opposing party (GOP) is now in power federally and in most states.
Between 2016 and 2020, Dems will look for new ideas (such as an Employee Ownership Bank that would give loans to workers who want to purchase majority ownership of their workplaces).
They will also debate whether or not to still push for new federal gun-control laws.
Also, whether or not to nominate John Bel Edwards, a southern, white, relatively moderate Democrat who was elected governor of Louisiana in 2015.
- SMLv 65 years agoFavorite Answer
You might want to change this to the politics section and not hunting. Here this seems like someone trolling.