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Old 06-17-2014, 12:14 PM
 
Location: On the Edge of the Fringe
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There was one man I had once thought might be a good choice for the oval office: Donald Rumsfeld.
Charismatic, smart, and able to surround himself with people who can get the job done.

Of course, he probably does not want the job either.

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Old 06-17-2014, 12:27 PM
 
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Dr. Ben Carson is going to mop the floor with her!

Ted Cruz can easily beat her too no doubt.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:28 PM
 
Location: NJ
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Now, one idea I like of his is how he feels about kids who have lived here their entire lives almost being able to enroll in Texas colleges.

I agree. That was Romney's worst hour. The crowd jeered the idea when Perry backed up his beliefs at the debate, Romney had the nomination won as no one could compete with his operation on mass primary days, and he needed to back up Rick Perry forcefully on the spot as the crowd cheered. That would have been his version of Clinton's Sister Souljah moment, a way to actually appear moderate when the coward's way out was to appeal to the foaming-at-the-mouth audience.

Rick Perry supporters should have been proud of him over that answer. Unlike the dwarfs onstage, he had a spine.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:30 PM
 
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Unfortunately I'm sure some will still vote for her, it will be the same primary people who voted for Obama last time. Based on my experience they fall into 2 primary groups:

1-The Naive. They bought into Obama's "Hope and Change" and later regretted it, they most likely didn't learn their lesson and will fall for Clinton's false spews. This is due to them being a largely young and inexperienced group of voters, people pretty much in my age demographic. Clinton will also play the Woman Card just like Obama played the Race Card and will accuse anyone who disagrees with her as being a woman hating sexist, and The Naive Sheep will eat it up!

2-The Bottom Feeders, Troglodytes, Leeches, Parasites, the people who vote for a living instead of work for a living. I am NOT referring to poor people, just the large segment of our population that chooses to abuse our social programs. They will vote for anyone who promises them a "free" paycheck every 2 weeks at the tax payer's expense. They are largely self-centered and have no desire to become self sustained or contributing members of society. It's all about the welfare money for them. Clinton will spew her socialist BS about wealth redistribution and how she "understands the struggles of poverty" despite the fact that she is filthy rich and it's people like her and the policies that she supports that keep people in poverty.

It's not politically correct, but I'm not a politically correct person. It's the truth.

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Old 06-17-2014, 12:34 PM
 
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It's not politically correct, but I'm not a politically correct person. It's the truth.
It's not the truth. It's your very biased opinion.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:41 PM
 
Location: NJ
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Unfortunately I'm sure some will still vote for her, it will be the same primary people who voted for Obama last time. Based on my experience they fall into 2 primary groups:

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The high median income, high state GDP, most productive part of America Blue Wall will sweep her into office, just as they swept Obama in. That includes the Northeast and West Coast, plus Va/Pa/Oh/Il, etc.

Only one pol gave Obama a race.Hillary Clinton.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:52 PM
 
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It's not the truth. It's your very biased opinion.
Clinton can't beat Dr. Ben Carson, he's going to be the next President. Ted Cruz can beat her too, he would tear her up in the debates and make her look like a fool in front of the whole country, which she is already doing to herself.

Clinton is doing terrible in the polls. Nobody wants her aside from the Democratic Loyalists.

Poll: Hillary Clinton’s favorability lowest since 2008 - The Washington Post

Meanwhile Dr. Ben Carson (my endorsed candidate) and Ted Cruz are sky rocketing in the polls! They are exactly who America wants and more importantly, who America needs.

Ted Cruz and Ben Carson Lead Big GOP Presidential Straw Poll

All one has to do to see the future of our election is Virginia. The recent state election is foreshadowing what's going to happen come 2016. Conservatives are going to win, we are going to take this country back and restore it to it's Constitutional Roots. Dems can damage control this all they want to, it's not going to save them.
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Old 06-17-2014, 01:05 PM
 
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Clinton can't beat Dr. Ben Carson, he's going to be the next President. Ted Cruz can beat her too, he would tear her up in the debates and make her look like a fool in front of the whole country, which she is already doing to herself.

Clinton is doing terrible in the polls. Nobody wants her aside from the Democratic Loyalists.

Poll: Hillary Clinton’s favorability lowest since 2008 - The Washington Post

Meanwhile Dr. Ben Carson (my endorsed candidate) and Ted Cruz are sky rocketing in the polls! They are exactly who America wants and more importantly, who America needs.

Ted Cruz and Ben Carson Lead Big GOP Presidential Straw Poll

All one has to do to see the future of our election is Virginia. The recent state election is foreshadowing what's going to happen come 2016. Conservatives are going to win, we are going to take this country back and restore it to it's Constitutional Roots. Dems can damage control this all they want to, it's not going to save them.
All your very biased opinions.

Opinion is not truth.
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Old 06-17-2014, 01:21 PM
 
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All your very biased opinions.

Opinion is not truth.
The commentary were my opinions, the poll numbers were not. Sorry, it's not looking good for Clinton.
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Old 06-17-2014, 01:37 PM
 
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The commentary were my opinions, the poll numbers were not. Sorry, it's not looking good for Clinton.
In which polls is it not looking good? Certainly none of these:

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epo...tial_race.html

Also, you know who else won a Republican straw poll? Michele Bachmann. How's she doing these days? Still preaching the dangers of vaccines?
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