for the attention in the crowded field, making bold proposals in the hope of capturing the imagination of a large anti-market electorate, it seems that they found the fastest trajectory from the unknown to the upper tier.
Enter Southern Bend, Indiana Mayor Peat Bathgyhig; he is all that is not President Trump.
Although Trump spent all adult life in Manhattan penthouses, Mayor Pete from a post-industrial city in America. Trump is crazy, Buttiggeg is even and intelligent. As a veteran, he knows the cost of the war with his own eyes, and his husband Chasten charmed the public as a young Michelle Obama.
He remains long to win, but as a popular Mayor of the Midwest, a region democrats desperately need to return, he could well get on this democratic ticket as a partner.
Buttigieg is not an ideal candidate, but the entire area can learn important lessons from its rise.
Many Democratic candidates have drawn attention to the growth of the 29-year-old Congressman Alexandria Ocacio-Cortes. The media were obsessed with it, and its legions of admirers protected it from even the slightest criticism to the most modest criticism.
Any politician would have expected such loyal support, but important left-wingers who belong to the right media, which only adds to her legend. Its rigor and commitment to its values are attractive to Democrats who believe that the party is not firm enough in dealing with right-wing hooligans in the government and the media.
However, these candidates must admit that there can only be one AOS. She skillfully reveals the amount of AOCDS (Alexander Ocassio-Cortes syndrome) and rejects criticism of the agility of social media that only the person born after the tape was outdated. Her sniper clubbers force us all to the left to send emoticons to the field. She shot her way through the Congress and the media, while managing the profile of celebrities.
No one in this area has such a loyal track, with the exception of Senator Berny Sanders, and he has an equal number of haters in the party.
Mayor Peet, on the other hand, uses the lost art of charm and optimism. Voters want a brave candidate with an uncompromising commitment to justice and justice, but they want her or her to be welcomed as optimistic and positive. Candidates do not have the luxury of telling people that the world will end in 12 years. They should tell them how we will improve our society by making it cleaner, healthier and safer.
City Mayor Pit successfully avoids questions about what should be our marginal tax rate, instead of focusing on the larger principle that everyone pays their fair share. Comrade Hoosier. In addition, Buttigieg did not focus on Trump specifically. He has not received a nickname from the president yet. Instead, the country focuses on how to pronounce its surname (barrel edge). So far, the idea of Buttigheg's work has worked, because only supporters of Burnie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Beto O'Rourke came forward. more money.
Buttigieg is not creaky clean. He made mistakes trying to redefine the black and the Latin-northern and western parts of Southern Bend – the mistakes he acknowledged and tried to correct.
However, if he can convince people that he solves problems and makes decisions. Turning to the optimism that Barack Obama has made in 2008, he will be terrible. He does not have a bit of charisma or movie stars of Obama once in a generation, but he has the energy, the intelligence and ability to listen to a former senator from neighboring Illinois.
admit that rep. Ocasio-Cortez does not need a twin; she needs a colleague, she's yang yin.
Although she and her first-year friends in Congress directly remind us of the intersection between the moral, ethical and political shortcomings of the current administration, whom the candidate should remind us is that in the future there is a bright future, complete with a fair immigration system, a subsistence minimum , a clean environment and an improved health system. or a garbage canister immersed in his world of crazy Twitter spiders. Her or his compassion, intelligence and thick skin will do it for him.
Buttingag, still less, drove to this road, without becoming a soulless centrist (so far). City Mayor Pete is ambitious and intentional, and now he is beating bold attempts to claim titles. He missed several spaces to get to the front of the line. Other candidates should pay attention to his apparent strategy