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Should Biden Run?

Should Biden Run?

Update: 2019-04-047
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Is Joe Biden the Democrats’ best hope to beat Trump in 2020? Or is he woefully behind the times? Ross Douthat, Michelle Goldberg and David Leonhardt disagree about the former vice president's potential run for POTUS. Then the columnists debate what America's sex recession means for the country. For background reading, visit nytimes.com/theargument

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Jason Huntley

1. What is the significance of video games and white nationalism in a debate about sex? 2. The hookup culture was strongly pushed by the Left, and specifically the feminists, as a way for women to feel more empowered sexually the way men did. 3. As Michelle demonstrated the Left has no answer for the incel problem other than men be nice to women. Michelle saying that a little bit of casual sex is healthy is one of the reasons there is a lack of respect for men and women and is a tear in our social fabric. 4. The Left can't identify a man from a woman, I'm sure not going to take advice on how to be a man from them nor am I going to take their definition of what is and isn't "toxic masculinity". It's strange I never hear anything about toxic femininity.

Apr 8th
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Jared Poulter

Did Michelle just try to draw a link between young men not having sex and becoming white nationalists? I am confused.

Apr 4th
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Jason Huntley

Jared Poulter Yes and no. A conversation that was supposed to be about the lack of sex in general became about in els and their unhealthy lifestyle. My issue is that Ross tried to point out that the study had issues and pull it back to a lack of sex in the culture, but Michelle (always one to be irrational) made it amount how men can be "toxic" and video games are part of that culture.

Apr 8th
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Should Biden Run?

Should Biden Run?