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Old 03-06-2017, 05:31 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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I doubt very much that she will run again but if she did i'm suspecting after 4 years of trumps lies/bs and incompetence the election outcome might be different. It would be interesting to see how righties would react to Clinton burying Trump in the next election,the word apoplectic comes to mind.
Nope! Trump will take it for another 4 years. Hillary Clinton? Can't Dems ever learn from their mistakes?

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I think by then Hillary is going to be the one buried...literally.
Let's see, what were they saying "It is time.", oh, I guess that was for a woman POTUS not for Hillary's descent into Hell.

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Buried about 6 feet under... with decomposition.
The "decomposition" begun some years ago!
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Old 03-06-2017, 06:42 PM
 
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Thanks for the laugh!

Most unpopular Prez in US history.

Lost the popular vote by nearly 3,000,000.

Regarded around the world as a clown and a buffoon.
But...but...he is your President. How do you explain that one?
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Old 03-07-2017, 06:52 PM
 
Location: NC
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Thanks for the laugh!

Most unpopular Prez in US history.

Lost the popular vote by nearly 3,000,000.

Regarded around the world as a clown and a buffoon.

Most unpopular - according to liberal media maybe.


love how people are still trumpeting this garbage. Thanks for the laugh.
Dont mischaracterize my text, but do please explain how mentioning that matters in any form. Trump is our President.
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Old 03-08-2017, 08:56 AM
 
Location: Florida
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Dog catcher?
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Old 03-08-2017, 09:13 AM
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I very much doubt that Hillary Rodham Clinton will again run in 2020. If Donald John Trump is still President, and decides to run yet again, I would bet that some younger Democrat will take up the fallen flag.


Al Franken, for instance. True, he used to be a television personality, but Mr. Trump swept away that obstacle. Senator Franken seems to be an extremely bright person.


Ah! I was googling to see how old the Senator is (born in 1951, so four years older than me, or 65), and I found this:


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.a763664d1f91


Seems I was not the first to think of him.


Been married to the same woman since 1975, with two children. I guess the Religious Right won't like that. They prefer, seemingly, "Baby Daddy" Trump, with five children among three wives.
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Old 03-08-2017, 09:23 AM
 
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Default Stay with me on this.

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We already know Trump is likely to win again in 2020. But if the democrats run Hillary again, it will pretty much guarantee his victory.

So go ahead and run the "vote for me because I'm a woman" campaign again, democrats. Keep demonstrating to the world that you are not capable of learning.


Hillary Clinton Is Running Again - POLITICO Magazine
The news that Hillary Clinton might make a third attempt as a presidential candidate at 73 years old makes about the same sense as a serial killer who started off killing his own mother then went off on a killing spree.

When asked "Why?' he said," Because the bi**h won't stay dead."

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Old 03-11-2017, 07:30 AM
 
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The news that Hillary Clinton might make a third attempt as a presidential candidate at 73 years old makes about the same sense as a serial killer who started off killing his own mother then went off on a killing spree.

When asked "Why?' he said," Because the bi**h won't stay dead."

Her supporters keep telling us that she "won the popular vote". Maybe it's "her turn" means 2020. I fully support her right to run again.
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Old 03-11-2017, 07:31 AM
 
Location: Newport Beach, California
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lol run again? wow seriously?
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Old 03-17-2017, 04:58 AM
 
Location: Ohio
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We already know Trump is likely to win again in 2020. But if the democrats run Hillary again, it will pretty much guarantee his victory.

So go ahead and run the "vote for me because I'm a woman" campaign again, democrats. Keep demonstrating to the world that you are not capable of learning.


Hillary Clinton Is Running Again - POLITICO Magazine
One thing the article uses as evidence of her future run is the "scale-back" of the Clinton Global Initiative.... But this has a far more plausible explanation. After she was defeated, all of a sudden the donations from foreign entities dried up. That's why they scaled it back. If she's not going to be president, no need to donate and buy influence. That's not speculation, it is well documented the foreign donations did infact dry up after she lost the election.


That said I wouldn't be a bit surprised if she runs again. She's like one of these pathetic gamblers you see in the Casino who has blown through their life savings but keeps thinking "this time, I'll get it all back"


The definition of insanity is repeating the same thing over and over but expecting a different result.


Seriously, hasn't she been humiliated enough already? A life long politician who's career was building up to that moment for 40 years, defeated by a guy who took up politics as a hobby. Why would she want to set herself up for even more humiliation?
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Old 03-17-2017, 05:45 PM
 
Location: Old Mother Idaho
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One thing the article uses as evidence of her future run is the "scale-back" of the Clinton Global Initiative.... But this has a far more plausible explanation. After she was defeated, all of a sudden the donations from foreign entities dried up. That's why they scaled it back. If she's not going to be president, no need to donate and buy influence. That's not speculation, it is well documented the foreign donations did infact dry up after she lost the election.


That said I wouldn't be a bit surprised if she runs again. She's like one of these pathetic gamblers you see in the Casino who has blown through their life savings but keeps thinking "this time, I'll get it all back"


The definition of insanity is repeating the same thing over and over but expecting a different result.


Seriously, hasn't she been humiliated enough already? A life long politician who's career was building up to that moment for 40 years, defeated by a guy who took up politics as a hobby. Why would she want to set herself up for even more humiliation?
Exactly.
Clinton won't run for any office again. For just the reasons you stated, Snapper.

The most obvious fact of all is her party will never support her again for another try. After a defeat as bad as 2016, especially since it was her second try, she is now like George McGovern, another candidate who was crushed even worse in 1974. Or, on the other side of the coin, like Barry Goldwater.

McGovern's and Goldwater's political lives didn't end with their defeats, and neither will Clinton's. Both remained respected in their parties, and as time went on, some of the things they campaigned for came to pass within their parties. I believe this will be true with Clinton.

But she is unelectable now, and she knows it. Whatever comes in the future from Clinton will be in party-building and similar efforts. She's all done as a candidate for good.
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