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Old 11-15-2012, 12:32 AM
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She would win, and it would yet again be another revolutionary presidency. I wonder how much of a say Bill would have if she were president. That would be truly amazing a husban and wife as president, crazy to imagine. But if she's anything like her husband I believe she'll be a great president!
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:43 AM
 
Location: South Carolina
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Democrats voted for four more years of his FAILED policies.
Actually going from the 2nd worst recession in US history to steady consistent growth is not indicative of failed policy.

Ending one war and winding down another is not indicative of failed policy.

Rehabilitating America's international image, going from American allies having disdain for America to American allies embracing America again- is not indicative of failed policy.

American companies having record amounts of cash (indicating that they are making BIG money in the American economy) is not indicative of failed policy.

Equal pay legislation enacted is not indicative of failed policy.

Compassion shown to illegal immigrants while having strong border security is not indicative of failed policy.

Expanding Pell Grants to college students is not indicative of failed policy.


Hillary will run in 2016 because she is skilled and ambitious. And because Americans are recognizing that
Democratic policies are succeeding, are giving more Americans a legitimate shot at the good life, at the American dream.
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:01 AM
 
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How would she be "qualified"?

Name one executive position that she has held.

If the best you can come up with is Department of State - I will counter with people who have run actual states - like Sarah Palin.

Hillary Clinton is a political pawn - that is why she was thrown under the bus over Benghazi, which was President Obama's fault - not hers.

She is not a bad Secretary of State, but she has zero qualifications to be president.

She would, however, be an improvement over President Obama.

Democrats voted for four more years of his FAILED policies.
She has been a senator, Secretary of State, and lived for eight years in the White House. She is very respected abroad.

If we are really going to argue over who has a better resume between Clinton and Palin, I'm not partaking in that. It's absurd. I don't even post on this forum a lot because of how completely pointless discussions become when partisan hacks go off on their ridiculous rants.
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:09 AM
 
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if you are a pug, you are praying she doesn't run.
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:15 AM
 
Location: Holly Springs
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No more Bush, Clinton, or any of the old guard are needed. It is time for new leaders with fresh ideas. The status quo has screwed us royally.
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:32 AM
 
Location: CHicago, United States
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I have to question the intelligence of those who predict a Hillary run. She will be 67, and she has been adamant about not running, so why do people insist she will run?
Ronald Reagan was 69 years old, when he was elected for the first time. 73 years old his second term. So age isn't a disqualifier, IMO. I think she'll run for President, and if she does there isn't a Republican who could beat her.
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:12 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles County, CA
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She...lived for eight years in the White House.
So did Chelsea Clinton - does just living in a certain place make one qualified?
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:23 AM
 
Location: Moderate conservative for Obama.
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How would she be "qualified"?

Name one executive position that she has held.

If the best you can come up with is Department of State - I will counter with people who have run actual states - like Sarah Palin.

Hillary Clinton is a political pawn - that is why she was thrown under the bus over Benghazi, which was President Obama's fault - not hers.

She is not a bad Secretary of State, but she has zero qualifications to be president.

She would, however, be an improvement over President Obama.

Democrats voted for four more years of his FAILED policies.

Nothing more can be expected from your trash.

You hate women, you hate people of Color. you cant hack it that we are Making it. And that feels GOOD to me. And hey BLACKS ASIANS HISPANICS WOMEN LGBT will make this another landlide for the DEMS, not because we may not see eye to eye on everything but so we dont have to listen to folks like You who likes to say "you cant" and we'll shut you up with "YES WE CAN"!!!!
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:25 AM
 
Location: Moderate conservative for Obama.
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Ronald Reagan was 69 years old, when he was elected for the first time. 73 years old his second term. So age isn't a disqualifier, IMO. I think she'll run for President, and if she does there isn't a Republican who could beat her.

He thinks inside the small box called the gop. My friend, what the hell did you expect?
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:27 AM
 
Location: Sonoran Desert
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H. Clinton may not run, but Bill cleared the decks for her in case she wants to. Bill Clinton worked his tail off for Obama. Had Romney run, it would have been very hard to unseat him as an incumbent.
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