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Old 11-29-2012, 02:32 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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You were certainly wrong on this entire post, how do you make this crap up?
why do you say this? What makes you know what the Clintons are thinking, This post was smply an opinion...Nita
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:17 PM
 
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If booker wins the Senate. He will have about as much experience as Obama when he ran for the presidency.
I think Corey Booker, Gov Patrick, Elizabeth Warren, Gov Cuamo, Hilary Clinton and Joe Biden. That will be a pretty good field for the Democrats and will help the brand,Maybe even Tammy Baldwin.

The republicans will have Gov Christie, Marco Rubio Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Susana Martinez,with maybe
Gov Perry and Rick Santorum, Paul Ryan and Haley Barber add Mitch Daniels to the mix and this is a huge improvement.
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:18 PM
 
Location: Lower east side of Toronto
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PLEASE....no more Hilary. Put her and Bill out to pasture...blind ambition is not an attractive trait.
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Old 12-01-2012, 11:06 AM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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If booker wins the Senate. He will have about as much experience as Obama when he ran for the presidency.
I think Corey Booker, Gov Patrick, Elizabeth Warren, Gov Cuamo, Hilary Clinton and Joe Biden. That will be a pretty good field for the Democrats and will help the brand,Maybe even Tammy Baldwin.

The republicans will have Gov Christie, Marco Rubio Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Susana Martinez,with maybe
Gov Perry and Rick Santorum, Paul Ryan and Haley Barber add Mitch Daniels to the mix and this is a huge improvement.
I think your second list is unlikely, either they will not run or they will go nowhere. I am a huge Perry supporter and think part of his problem this time was the drugs he was using, after his back surgery, but regardless, he admits, he isn't a good debater;; if you can't debate, in todays political arena you are dead meat..Haley Barber, mayber; I love Mitch Danieals, but the media bashed him and his family so badly last time and he hadn't even declared, I don't see him in the race at all. Apparently his wife isn't crazy over being in the public eye. Paul Ryan, maybe? Santorum, I just don't see it. You are right, the talent this time around is much more interesting and exciting than the past contest...

I don't see Biden, look at his age and his past performance. Elizbeth Warren, I think she is way to far out there and is too new. Booker, a posibility as in Cuamo. I still don't think Hillary will run, but as I have said before, I am lousy at picking candidtes, almost as bad as I am at picking football bowl games...: I do think the Republicans have a lot more options than the Democrats, but 3 years is a long time...i think:
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:19 PM
 
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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?

And a young 67 she is especially with all the traveling she does. That does take a toll on people. Age is only a number though. I know 40 year olds who act 70 and 70 year olds who act 40. If she ran she would no doubt be elected and I think she knows that. My bet is she runs
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:27 PM
 
Location: NJ
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The Clintons are politically savvy, and know, in all liklihood, the GOP paltform would not have moderated enough by 2016 to be competitive, so yes, I suspect she'll run, knowing like '08 her primary is her difficult race. The caveat would be if Christie were the nominee, he'd run a centrist campaign and be formidable. All others will genuflect to the wing nuts, and be as easy to roll over as Romney was.

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Old 12-07-2012, 10:29 PM
 
Location: Canada
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The Clintons are politically savvy, and know, in all liklihood, the GOP paltform would not have moderated enough by 2016 to be comeptitive, so yes, I suspect she'll run, knowing like '08 her primary is her difficult race. The caveat would be if Christie were the nominee, he'd run a centrist campaign and be formidable. All others will genuflect to the wing nuts, and be as easy to roll over as Romney was.
Do you think that that would also be true of Marco Rubio, the new Republican golden boy?
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:34 PM
 
Location: Orlando
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I would not be surprised if she is offered the chance to be on the Supreme Court.
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:35 PM
 
Location: NJ
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Do you think that that would also be true of Marco Rubio, the new Republican golden boy?

Unfortunately I do. The last 10 days he has shown some guts to go against the wing nut mentality, but unless he does that long-term, I'd count on him bending at the knees for them.

No one , in either party, will ever warp Christie.
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:42 PM
 
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I would not be surprised if she is offered the chance to be on the Supreme Court.
My husband said the same thing.....Supreme Court or President.....interesting. She would easily get whichever one she desires.
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