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Look who is endorsing Joe Biden for president.
By Curt_Anderson
September 18, 2023 9:57 pm
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In addition to over the 200 current members of Congress, governors and other prominent office holders, there is a long list of groups endorsing Joe Biden for president. This list on Wikipedia is constantly being updated:

Political organizations:
American Bridge 21st Century[5]
Brady Campaign[90]
Democratic Majority for Israel[91]
EMILY's List[92]
Everytown for Gun Safety[90]
Giffords[90]
Indivisible[93]
Jewish Democratic Council of America[94]
J Street PAC[95]
League of Conservation Voters[96][97]
Moms Demand Action[98]
MoveOn[99]
NARAL Pro-Choice America[100]
National Organization for Women[101]
Natural Resources Defense Council[96]
NextGen America PAC[97]
Planned Parenthood action fund[100]
Population Connection Action Fund[102]
Priorities USA Action[103]
Sierra Club[96]
Students Demand Action[90]

Labor unions:
Actors' Equity Association, representing 51,000[105]
AFL–CIO, representing 12,500,000[106]
North Carolina State AFL–CIO representing 100,000[107]
North Shore AFL–CIO[108]
Amalgamated Transit Union, representing 200,000[109]
American Federation of Government Employees, representing 750,000[110]
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, representing 1,600,000[105]
American Federation of Teachers, representing 1,700,000[105]
Communications Workers of America, representing 700,000[105]
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, representing 150,000[111]
International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers, representing 130,000[112]
International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers, representing 203,000[113]
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, representing 775,000[114]
International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, representing 80,000[115]
International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers, representing 75,000[107]
International Union of Operating Engineers, representing 400,000[105]
Laborers' International Union of North America, representing 500,000[116]
National Association of Government Employees, representing 100,000[117]
National Education Association, representing 3,000,000[118]
National Nurses United, representing 225,000[105]
Service Employees International Union, representing 2,000,000[119]
UNITE HERE, representing 300,000[107]
United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry, representing 366,000[120]


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  1. by Curt_Anderson on September 18, 2023 10:10 pm
    Trump has his endorsements too! There are a lot more at the link below including Roger Stone, Mike Lindell, Mark Meadows, Steve Bannon and more.

    Officials
    Joe Arpaio, Sheriff of Maricopa County (1993–2017)[123]
    James Craig, Chief of the Detroit Police Department (2013–2021)[124]
    Thomas M. Hodgson, Sheriff of Bristol County (1997–2023)[125]
    Carl Paladino, Member of the Buffalo Public Schools Board of Education from the Park District (2013–2017)[126]
    Tina Peters, County Clerk and Recorder of Mesa County (2019–2023)[81]

    International politicians
    Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary (1998–2002, 2010–present), Member of the National Assembly (1990–present) (Fidesz – Hungarian Civic Alliance)[127][128]
    Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary (2014–present) and President of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe (2021) (Fidesz – Hungarian Civic Alliance)[129]
    Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (2000–2008, 2012–present), Prime Minister of Russia (2008–2012), Acting President of Russia (1999–2000) (Independent)[130][131]
    Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia (2020–present), Prime Minister of Russia (2012–2020), President of Russia (2008–2012) (United Russia)[132]
    Evgeny Popov, Deputy of the 8th State Duma (2021–present) (United Russia)[133]
    Javier Milei, Member of the Honorable Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation (2021–present) (Libertarian Party)[134][135][136]

    Actors
    Jim Caviezel, actor[153]
    Robert Davi, actor[154]
    Laurence Fox, actor[155]
    Randy Quaid, actor[154]
    Phil Robertson, reality TV star[156][157]
    Antonio Sabàto Jr., actor[154]
    Kevin Sorbo, actor[158]
    Jon Voight, actor[154]

    Musicians
    Benny the Butcher, rapper[159]
    Kodak Black, rapper[160][161]
    Forgiato Blow, rapper[162][163]
    Naked Cowboy, singer and street performer[164]
    John Dolmayan, drummer of System of a Down[165]
    Ted Nugent, guitarist and singer[166]
    Topher, rapper and conservative commentator[167]
    en.wikipedia.org


  2. by islander on September 19, 2023 7:33 am

    I'm not at all surprised. The Republicans have been working very hard to convince voters that nobody likes Biden or thinks he is doing a good job...They are especially targeting Democrats themselves.


  3. by Ponderer on September 19, 2023 8:06 am

    And yet sixty-some percent of Democrats wish someone else was running.


  4. by Curt_Anderson on September 19, 2023 8:24 am
    Ponderer,
    Joe Biden himself says it best, “don’t compare me to the Almighty, compare me to the alternative”.

    My friends here in Ashland are all Democrats. We often run, hike and discuss politics together. Joe Biden was not our first choice among the Democrats vying for the presidential nomination four years ago. But all of us have been pleasantly surprised with Joe Biden‘s accomplishments and policies.

    My friends are retired, or approaching retirement. All of us are in the upper percentiles for athletic performance for our age. Maybe because I can run a 10k faster than much younger men I am not worried about Joe Biden‘s age. Not everybody ages at the same rate.


  5. by islander on September 19, 2023 8:43 am

    ""Not everybody ages at the same rate".

    I absolutely agree with you on that !! 😀


  6. by Indy! on September 19, 2023 10:38 am

    This comment is a perfect defining moment for both the Democrats and Curt in general...

    "Joe Biden himself says it best, “don’t compare me to the Almighty, compare me to the alternative”."

    Yeah, don't compare Joe to anything other than - Trump - the absolute lowest common denominator. Because that's the ONLY way he looks like a desirable candidate. 😂


    All of Joe's endorsements are just the same old D faithful who have led us to where we are - continually voting for the lowest common denominator.


    A special word on the Brady Campaign - a Biden backer. Back when I was making good money, I regularly gave $$$ to a lot of charities because I wanted to give back in a tangible way. I didn't have free time to volunteer and just voting for loooooooooooosers like the Ds doesn't help anything. Anyway, once you start donating - you get direct mail from every charity out there because they're basically vipers sharing their sucker mailing lists. So every year after thanksgiving, in addition to my regular charities (local food banks, firemen fund, Habitat for Humanity, etc...) I would collect any direct mail sent to me (that was legit) and send them some cash for Christmas.

    Okay? So one year Brady hits me up - I send them $25 at Christmas. Now most charities when you send cash, they reply with a thanks with another ask for cash - okay fine. Brady? They literally sent me a BILL for another $25 - which I promptly ignored. Next - couple weeks later - another BILL. Third time they said my "MONTHLY PAYMENT" was "PAST DUE". I took their "BILL" and wrote "I don't owe you anything and will never donate to you again" on it and sent it back in their postage paid envelope.


    Move On also sucks. Just Hillary hounds still crying about her epic loss.


  7. by Ponderer on September 20, 2023 7:30 am

    If Joe Biden is literally the best candidate for the Democrats to run, then fine. If there is literally no other person in the entire Democratic party who could be a better match up against Trump or whoever the GOP nominee is, then fine. Run Biden.

    But if Biden is the only person in the entire party with a chance to beat the GOP, it's a sad and sorry state of affairs for the Dems.

    If Biden is the Democratic nominee, I will vote for him. It's just that if he is, I and the other 69% of the Democratic party who will likely vote for him wish it was someone else.


  8. by HatetheSwamp on September 20, 2023 8:11 am

    The question is how many of the disgruntled will opt for a third party candidate.

    The way I'm seein it, only Dems with advanced TDS'll be dogmatic about voting for the Flatulent Fool.


  9. by Indy! on September 20, 2023 9:14 am

    The definition of insanity is NOT doing the same thing and expecting different results... but it might as well be. I've never voted R (and never will) and never will vote D again. The party has proven beyond any doubt - and testified in court - that my vote (or opinion) matters any way at all with them. So anyone who votes D - ANYONE for ANY REASON - is a sucker.


  10. by HatetheSwamp on September 20, 2023 9:25 am

    Indy,

    I think an increasing number of people are with you...and pb...and will not vote for a Dem or GOP again...at least for president.


  11. by Indy! on September 20, 2023 9:30 am

    I'm 100% against both parties on every level. I will not vote for anyone with a D or R next to their name.


  12. by Curt_Anderson on September 20, 2023 9:30 am
    Indy, thank you for your service of wasting your vote on third party presidential candidates! If others like you who accuse Joe Biden of starting the war in Ukraine would vote for minor candidates we’d all be better off.


  13. by Indy! on September 20, 2023 9:39 am

    Where did I say Biden started the war in Ukraine?


  14. by Curt_Anderson on September 20, 2023 9:57 am
    Indy,
    See comment #22 in the link below and Ponderer’s question to you following that comment.
    selectsmart.com


  15. by Ponderer on September 20, 2023 10:52 am

    "Where did I say Biden started the war in Ukraine?" -Indy!


    It was in another thread I believe. I think Curt was referring to this quote of yours:

    "Now he's just starting unnecessary wars and showing up for decorum purposes every now then [...]" -Indy!

    I'm as curious as Curt is. If you weren't at least talking about the war in Ukraine, what "wars" were you referring to then?




  16. by Indy! on September 21, 2023 9:06 am

    So, iow you two can't find a single quote where I said Biden started the war in Ukraine.


  17. by Donna on September 22, 2023 8:08 am

    "I'm 100% against both parties on every level. I will not vote for anyone with a D or R next to their name." - Indy!

    You and political author Chris Hedges, who you used to scorn. He has said what you said almost verbatim.

    Years ago in the old version of the SelectSmart forum, I used to post a lot on Chris Hedges, and you and Curt used to attack him unmercifully.

    Fast forward to 2016 when I thought about tossing all my Chris Hedges books, about 6 in all, after he refused to back Bernie Sanders' bid for the presidency in 2016. Interestingly, you've also turned against Bernie.

    I still agree with a lot of Hedges' ideas, though. I think you'd like his books, especially since you seem to be more in agreement with him now than I am.


  18. by Ponderer on September 22, 2023 8:15 am

    I'll try this again...

    "Now he's just starting unnecessary wars and showing up for decorum purposes every now then [...]" -Indy!



    I'm as curious as Curt is. If you weren't at least talking about the war in Ukraine, what "unnecessary wars" were you referring to that Biden has been starting then?









  19. by Indy! on September 22, 2023 8:49 am

    Totally off base, Donna.

    First off, please don't turn into Curt who can't think in any shade of gray. Two people can have something in common and still be totally different on virtually everything else. Just because Hedges and I have come to the same conclusion about the two party system doesn't mean we agree on everything under the sun.

    Secondly, I never "scorned" Chris Hedges. I "scorned" his holier than thou attitude. He has plenty of good ideas and is actually quite interesting in conversation and interviews - when someone else is controlling the narrative. When left to his own devices - opinion pieces in media or speeches at graduations - he tends to get preachy, repetitive, long-winded and booooooooooooring. Some of his best work - btw - were his interactions with Jimmy Dore on his show.

    Third, I have not turned against Bernie. I just understand what he has become (or perhaps what he always was) - a shepherder for the Ds. He plays the part of "leftist" to bring people into the D party. He's basically the modern day Howard Dean - making a lot of empty noise. I didn't know that in 2016 because I didn't know him that well - he's the Senator from Vermont, not Florida. The "Squad" are the same - fake poseurs with absolutely no intention of "making a ruckus™" as AOC famously said.


  20. by oldedude on September 22, 2023 8:59 am
    Back to the thread.

    Curt- I looked over your well, self selected group of pedojoe supporters. The first thing I noticed was there was zero surprise about who what on there.
    ANTI Gun
    Pro abortion
    Bigger government
    Several unions pedojoe is beholden to

    And yet, the anthesis of those is not part of trumpsters (which actually support trumpster.

    So I'm sure it made you feel good, but it's just another blow-hard thread.


  21. by Indy! on September 22, 2023 9:08 am

    The funniest part is the unions, OD. No party has done more to destroy unions than the Ds and Clinton and Obama. Both took their votes and then turned their backs on them signing legislation that helped destroy unions in America. Remember Obama's famous quote? Claiming if there was a strike (I believe in Wisconsin) he would "put on his comfortable shoes and join the picket line"? Then when it actually happened he wouldn't even acknowledge the strike because corporate America no longer allows widespread coverage of strikes.


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