Starting the 2020 race this early seems like a tremendously bad idea.
Is it just me or does anybody else think the Democrats are starting the 2020 race way too early?
In 2016, Jeb Bush – the supposed shoe-in for the GOP nomination – didn’t officially announce his candidacy until mid-June 2015.
The earliest official announcement I remember from 2016 was Ted Cruz who declared his candidacy at Liberty University on March 23, 2015.
But this year?
Kamala Harris officially announced in January for crap’s sake — more than a year away from the Iowa Caucus.
Quickly on her heels, Spartacus made his campaigns official.
Then Pocahontas and Amy somebody-or-other jumped in last week.
And Bernie Sanders announced today — more than two months earlier than he did in 2016.
Oh, and let’s not forget Kirsten Gillibrand who has yet to officially announce but is already campaigning in Iowa and New Hampshire.
We’re still almost a year away from the Iowa Caucus and these guys are out there haunting these early primary states as if it’s July.
Don’t these people have jobs?!
Okay, not really. After all, every single one of these yutzes are members of the United States Senate.
But still. You’d think they’d be a little busy to start the 2020 race a freaking year before the primaries begin.
I feel kind of bad for you folks in New Hampshire, Iowa and South Carolina. You guys are going to be campaigned out before summer even gets here.
By August, folks in Iowa will be so tired of these idiots, they’ll probably avoid the State Fair on the outside chance they’ll run into one of them.
I mean, if this woman who just wants her ranch dressing feels this way now, imagine how she’ll feel by the time the Iowa Caucus rolls around a year from now.