Ok Boomer versus Snowflake

Ok Boomer versus Snowflake

aka Trump versus Sanders


This evening NBC News will host a democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, ahead of Saturday’s Nevada caucusing. The debate, which begins at 9 p.m. ET, will surely be a boxing match between the current front runner, Bernie Sanders, and the remaining five of seven current 2020 democratic presidential hopefuls.

“Okay Boomer” and “Snowflake” are disparaging generational slurs. Young people are forever being criticized by experienced old folks and when smirking about the millennial generation was not enough for boomers, the term snowflake was born to describe those with extreme millennialism.

The snowflake response to the old folks was, “Ok Boomer.”

So here we have President Trump, who represents boomer thoughts and tendencies and Sen. Sanders, who represents snowflake thoughts and tendencies. Is it finally time to get THIS boxing match started?

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders should have been the two candidates in the 2016 presidential election. It would have been had the DNC (Democratic National Committee) not given the bulk of its superdelegates to Hillary Clinton. She won her party’s nomination through proxy and not by the people. In 2018, the DNC voted to scale back the role of superdelegates in the nomination process.

The RNC (Republican National Committee) attempted to stop Donald Trump in 2016 (republicans do not have superdelegates), but the people were able to stop that machine. I always said to my republican father that as soon as the people spoke rather than the “official” party mouthpiece, republicans would stand a chance of again winning the presidency.

So can Bernie Sanders this time around stop the democratic machine? And perhaps will we see a true people’s choice presidential election? Old ways of thinking and doing versus young ways of thinking and doing?

I cannot answer that question, but it appears candidate and former NY Mayor Mike Bloomberg might be the swing vote for Bernie Sanders … if he brings Hillary Clinton back into the picture. Yes, rumor has it Mike Bloomberg is looking at Hillary Clinton as a democratic presidential running mate.

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All I can say is … good luck with that.


Here are the candidates who qualified for the debate.

Former Vice President Joe Biden

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg

Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg

U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and billionaire Tom Steyer are both still in the democratic race but did not qualify for the debate.