Hillary Will Drop Out

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  1. Gatewood

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    If a Dem had to be elected to the presidency in 2008, Hillary of the two left standing at the two-thirds mark of the primaries, was the Dem that should have won to go on to do political battle against John McCain. She had been trained up for the job of being president by Bill Clinton and so automatically she would have been more competent than Barack Obama who went into the presidency with ZERO meaningful national level experience or training for anything. But, alas, today she is not what this nation needs because after all these years of Obamanomics and Obama's screwing up domestic and foreign policy a GOP president is needed. Let's just hope that he or she is -- for once -- blessed with sanity and common sense . . . oh . . . and having both ethics and integrity wouldn't hurt either.
     
  2. FreshAir

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    Obama is pretty far center himself, he kept the patriot act, faith based initiatives, kept the wars going, ect...
     
  3. Arxael

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    And while I agree with you that she is weak, this is where the GOP usually snatches defeat from victory because they get over-confident on THEIR candidate. Even with Hillary running, if a GOP candidate says something stupid (47% comment comes to mind or babies from rape are a gift from God), or they do horrible in the debates, they're going to give the election to Hillary. The GOPs worst enemy is themselves at this point just like they were in 2012.
     
  4. ArmySoldier

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    He would have defunded Eric Holder had he got rid of the patriot act. The patriot act, if you ask me, is a liberal program. More government is not a conservative idea.
     
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    Obama is a control freak, any law that lets him flex his political power is a good law in his mind, a good example of his hypocrisy is in regard to marijuana laws
     
  6. TheGreatSatan

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    Liberal drones don't care if Hillary is corrupt, all that matters is progressing the liberal agenda. To quote The Obama, "by hook or by crook". Liberals are liberals first. They hold there ideology above there honor, family, religion, and nation.
     
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    You badly underestimate how low the average democrat party member has sunk. Hillary, being a deceptive liar and crook, has the very same lack of morals and character that are the status quo of Dems.

    A common reply from Dems about Hillary's crimes has been, "All politicians lie."
     
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    It does not look good for her. Low youth enthusiasm, poor book sales, and cries for candidates who have not even put their name in the hat.
     
  9. JoeSixpack

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    Democrats don't care what she did/does. As long as they show favor she will stay.
     
  10. PatriotNews

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    Leave it to a liberal to invoke a sick sexual self gratification analogy while regurgitating an old story in order to please himself.

    I guess Kudlow and gang didn't take into account the stupidity of the American voters!

    [video=youtube;G790p0LcgbI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G790p0LcgbI[/video]
     
  11. ArmySoldier

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    This is not about politics at all. The liberal agenda is social, first and foremost. They want a woman President. They don't want a GOOD President. It just has to be a woman.
     
  12. APlus

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    Here's where Republicans and Conservatives fail in their analysis of what it takes to win a presidential election: The right believes that if they constantly attack their opponent they will win. This is wrong.

    The perfect example is our current president. He has been attacked nonstop with the most enormous and wild accusations, ranging from terrible economic policy to anti-colonialist Muslim. How did that work out for the right? Obama won two landslide elections. Why? Because he stood for something and had a message.

    The right, as is evident here, are repeating the same mistakes. They, in the media and political arena, are focused solely on attacking Hillary Clinton but neglecting to communicate what they stand for. Just look at Romney's campaign: pushed so far to the right during the primaries he couldn't run on a platform the American people could support so his campaign focused on attacking Obama.

    This constant attacking works on the internet and cable news but not in general elections. And, the main reason is the Republican primary and caucus voters are further to the right than general election voters.

    Now, Democrat primary voters are more moderate comprised of mostly union workers and women. These are people who care about policy. This is why democrats come out with a platform, they have to have one to win the primaries. having a platform makes you for something. Hillary Clinton has already laid the foundation for her platform: wages, education, job growth, and campaign finance reform.

    Does any Republican have a platform yet? With the exception of Jeb (who is by default campaigning on immigration reform and common core), the answer is no.

    The point is trying to talk somebody out of voting for the other person, rather than asking them to vote for you and your policies, is a failing strategy. This is why any democrat has the edge going into 2016.

    And, no, Hillary Clinton isn't dropping out. As a matter of fact, she will most likely cake-walk into the White House with an even bigger electoral victory than either of Obama's.
     
  13. TheGreatSatan

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    I would say u are kinda right, but if a woman was a Republican, and the Dem nom was a dude, you can count on liberals attacking that woman just like Sarah Palin. If the Republican was gay, u can count on the left using terms like **********. The Liberal agenda is global. I call them Gazi's (global socialist). Just like the Nazi's, they align them selfs with the ppl who hate Jews and Christians as much as they do. Nothing would make the Gazi's more happy then to see Israel wiped off the face of the Earth.
     
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    I doubt that Hillary will drop out. The Clintons are to arrogant and are sociaopaths they have no moral compass. What is interesting is to watch the National and International worms crawl out from under their rocks to defend the Clintons.
     
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    It will be interesting to see how Russia reacts to this election. Putin must have been ecstatic to see Obama get elected again. He knew he could get away with anything.

    However, Hillary actually has some ba*@s. It wouldn't surprise me if Hillary were to get elected, if she flexed some serious muscle.

    However, I don't see Hillary getting elected because of her poor political career. Everything will come back to bite her.
     
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    that right there sizes it up. It is all about retaining the WH and Hillary is the only horse the Democrat Party has with a chance in the race. All of this GOP induced hit-job will be exposed for being exactly that. We will be told that "there's no there there" and will believe Wolfy at CNN, Mika at MSNBC and of course ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, PBS and all of the print media.
     
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    Again, I am unaware of who these "liberals" are about whom some obsess, but I'm sorry if my innocent reference to the ecstasy that the Willard derangement occasioned evoked your prurient provlivities.

    Given the voting patterns of the best-educated states and the worst-educated states, one would conclude that that's exactly who the GOP brain trust was pandering to.


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    BINGO! Obama really motivated the black voting block. They won't turn out in those numbers for Hillary.
     
  19. Natty Bumpo

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    Ultra-right radicals are afraid that centrist Hillary's dominance in the polls will be reflected in the election, but it's still a long way off.

    Rumour is that the party's fat cats have hired Hans Blix, David Kay, and Charles Duelfer to conduct a painstaking search for a viable opponent.

    "We know where he is. He's somewhere around east, west, south and north ... somewhat."

    It's unfortunate, because I am of the opinion that Americans would eagerly support a superior alternative, but the party bosses need to heed Lilly Tomlin's reflection, "I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific."


    Kvetching is a self-indulgence that just doesn't attract voters.
     
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    republicans created the patriot act
     
  21. ArmySoldier

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    I know....that doesn't change my point. There was serious conservative outrage about the patriot act. I was one of them.

    It's a very liberal clause.
     
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    you call our Presidents control freaks, we call them leaders

    republicans that want to control a women's body, what plants they plant in their gardens, ect... course we have ours too, ones that want to control you pop size

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    Hillary is a strong woman. After the fiasco that was 2008, I highly doubt she would drop out on her own. This is probably Hillary's last chance at being politically relevant or trying to win the White House. She won't go down easy, there is a lot at stake here.
     
  24. perdidochas

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    Well, Rubio, at least in NW Florida, campaigned exclusively positively in his Senate Race, while his opponents engaged in the mudslinging. He beat both of their combined vote totals statewide. Now, he may have used negative ads in other areas, but he didn't here. It made an effect on me, and is the main reason (besides his speaking ability) that I support his run for the nomination and the presidency.
     
  25. PatriotNews

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    Who speaks like that? Speak English and lay off the thesaurus. Trying to appear smarter than you are only makes you look dumb.

    Obama got 64% of people with no high school education to Romney's 35%. Obama got 51% of non-college educated,
    Romney got 51% of college educated. What difference does it make what state they live in?
     

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