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Here's the next President of the United States.

The repubs are admitting they don't have anyone that is credible enough to beat her in the elections.

I have said right along the repubs always back worthless candidates.
 
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I think all politicians are worthless.


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To think Hillary is the best America can do is a sad sad commentary for this declining nation.


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To think Hillary is the best America can do is a sad sad commentary for this declining nation.

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We might as well keep the POS we've got in there now!! Of course it isn't election year yet Banging Head


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To think Hillary is the best America can do is a sad sad commentary for this declining nation.



That is sad when the repubs who have had 6 yrs. to mount a challenge have failed to do so.

The Nation starts declining back when Bush was in control.
 
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That is sad when the repubs who have had 6 yrs. to mount a challenge have failed to do so.

The Nation starts declining back when Bush was in control.

You simply can't, can't, get over party affiliation and politics and put the nation first. Yes, Bush started the decline, no question about it. But Obama has acclerated the decline even though he promised to cut the debt, not merely the deficient, in half his first term. Our nation is in a state of peril and Hillary isn't the answer, not even close. Obama offered hope and change, didn't deliver, but offered. What's Hillary going to offer, business as usual in Washington politics. After all she been a fixture in washington politics all along. Looking to Hillary for some kind of change in direction would be like looking to Newt or Boner for change.


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Barbara Bush, no not THAT Barbara Bush but her grand daughter and daughter of George W. Bush, has thrown her weight behind Hillary Clinton in 2016.


The 31-year-old daughter of the former Republican president said she found Clinton “unbelievably accomplished” and would like to see her make a second run for president, even though she couldn't guarantee her vote.

Well, yes, of course,... you mustn't upset dear old dad. Still, the fact that the DAUGHTER of perhaps the most conservative president in modern US history is endorsing Hillary Clinton is amazing!

Hey, remember when people worried about Hillary Clinton not having crossover appeal? I admit, I was one of those people, but wow! I might have to eat my words! Considering that the Republicans are increasingly painting themselves into a corner. and Democrats continue to act like the only adults in the room... this can only benefit us.


Good on ya, Barbara Bush! Yeah, Hillary Clinton is running and it's great to have you on our side. Yeah, your mom is a murderer with an odd, robot stare and your dad killed over a 100,000 innocent people in Iraq as well as over 4400 US soldiers because of a lie.... but maybe you tried to stop him.

Maybe you tried your best to prevent what you knew would be a horror. God knows the rest of us tried.
 
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That is sad when the repubs who have had 6 yrs. to mount a challenge have failed to do so.

The Nation starts declining back when Bush was in control.

You simply can't, can't, get over party affiliation and politics and put the nation first. Yes, Bush started the decline, no question about it. But Obama has acclerated the decline even though he promised to cut the debt, not merely the deficient, in half his first term. Our nation is in a state of peril and Hillary isn't the answer, not even close. Obama offered hope and change, didn't deliver, but offered. What's Hillary going to offer, business as usual in Washington politics. After all she been a fixture in washington politics all along. Looking to Hillary for some kind of change in direction would be like looking to Newt or Boner for change.



Wrong Obama said a change HE NEVER SAID IT WOULD BE GOOD. So maybe he did exactly what he meant to do send America down the toilet. All to please his boss George Soros.

Hey Hillary has alread been president for 8 years just used her husband as a front.



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If there is anyone with fewer real accomplishments in national politics than Obama it is probably Hillary. She carpet-bagged her way into the US senate for New York without ever holding elective office in anything, negotiated a plum assignment as Secretary of State with Obama- where she accomplished absolutely nothing and now feels her status as a woman qualifies her to be POTUS. POS would be more appropriate.
 
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Hillary Clinton Leading in New Hampshire While Republicans are Divided


The latest Granite State poll by WMUR and the University of New Hampshire, released late Tuesday, shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a strong lead among New Hampshire Democrats while Granite State Republicans are more divided as the 2016 presidential race starts to take shape.

Clinton has an overwhelming lead, taking 62 percent of New Hampshire Democrats. Vice President Joe Biden places a distant second with 8 percent. Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts places third with 5 percent but he announced last month that he would not run for president in 2016. Newark Mayor Cory Booker took fourth with 2 percent but he announced last week that he will not run for president. Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York garnered 1 percent. The other candidates -- U.S. Sen. Kristen Gillibrand of New York, Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado, former U.S. Sen. Evan Bayh of Indiana, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and Gov. Martin O’Malley of Maryland -- took less than 1 percent each.



The poll finds Clinton is widely popular with New Hampshire Democrats with a net favorability of 59 percent. Asked if there was any candidate they would not vote for, 10 percent of New Hampshire Democrats said Biden, 4 percent said Cuomo while 3 percent said Clinton, Bayh and Patrick.

New Hampshire Republicans are much more divided on who they want to see as their party’s nominee in 2016. Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey leads the pack with 21 percent followed by U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., with 16 percent. Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida is in third with 10 percent followed by U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., with 8 percent and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., with 6 percent. Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania is tied with two Texans -- Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz -- in sixth with 4 percent each. Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin takes 2 percent. Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and two Ohio Republicans -- Gov. John Kasich and U.S. Sen. Rob Portman -- all take less than 1 percent.

This is a major step back for Rubio who took 22 percent in the Granite State poll back in February and 14 percent in an April one. His net favorability with New Hampshire Republicans dropped from 50 percent in February and 51 percent in April to 33 percent in this most recent poll. There is some good news for Rubio as only 2 percent of New Hampshire Republicans say they will never vote for Rubio. In recent months, Rubio has drawn fire from conservatives for his prominent role in supporting immigration reform.

Andrew Smith, the director of the UNH Survey Center, noted Rubio is not the only candidate sinking in New Hampshire.

“Rubio and Christie have seen their net favorability ratings drop significantly – Rubio’s has dropped 18 percentage points since April and Christie’s has dropped 14 percentage points since February,” said Smith. “These drops are indications that Rubio and Christie have alienated significant segments of the Republican base


Why wouldn't Rubio back immigration reform, his family can swim well....... Rolling
 
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In a potentially dangerous ploy that could leave them open to charges of ageism or sexism, Republicans looking for a line of attack against Hillary Clinton are hoping to cast her as a political dinosaur and a throwback.

The plan is to make Clinton's age stand in sharp contrast to up-and-coming conservatives like Marco Rubio and the libertarian-leaning but less well known Rand Paul.

But Democrats are already expressing confidence that voters will welcome the chance to make history by electing the first female president.

Doing so would be by definition a forward-looking act supporters say, and one that would counter any argument that she is too old.

'If Secretary Clinton runs, she’ll be the nominee, the first female nominee of either party,' Stephanie Cutter, a former top adviser to the Obama White House and campaign, told Politico.

'That breaks through the old tagline that the Republican geniuses are cooking up because, if handled correctly, women of all ages will absolutely be inspired by that. I don’t recommend that be the totality of her message or platform, but there’s no way to hide that fact and it certainly shouldn’t be discounted.'

With the absence of a once in a generation Obama-like candidate to contend with in a primary, Democrats believe Clinton’s potential to become the country's first female to win the White House would be a game changer that could galvanize voters of all ages.

Clinton herself has expressed her desire to see a female president 'in my lifetime.'

Many voters have already responded to attacks on Clinton's age with outrage, claiming she is being treated unfairly. As Secretary of State she was constantly on the move, they claim.

One Republican strategist told Politico that one risk of attacking Clinton’s age is that it would make her more sympathetic to seniors.

'If she wins enough older voters in Florida and she wins enough older voters in Ohio, she’s the president of the United States,' said the strategist, who asked to remain anonymous.

Other Republicans were bemused about their chances, given the disarray of their platform. 'We can’t even decide as a party whether we’re going to pass immigration reform or tank it,' one strategist said. 'We don’t know what we’re doing on this Clinton age issue.'
 
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With the way the FLEEBAGGER party has fallen into the lurch that's about the only type of candidate that would satisfy the duped boobs!!!!!
A lesbo, doormat to her philandering hubby and a serial perjurer before Congress.
The "totus" justice department spent millions of United States tax payers money trying to convict Roger Clemens on the words of a lying reprobate and won't touch the Whitewater queenie when she has blatantly lied, like her philandering hubby did, to over 300 million American citizens!!!!!


TAKE IT TO THE BANK!!!!!
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Is that the best you 2 clowns can do?

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Are we about to put the “For Rent” sign back on the Lincoln Bedroom?

If Americans are worried about money in politics, there is no larger concern than the Clintons, who are cosseted in a world where rich people endlessly scratch the backs of rich people.

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Political allies of Vice President Joe Biden have concluded that he can win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination—even if Hillary Clinton enters the contest—and are considering steps he could take to prepare for a potential candidacy.
Confident Biden Team Sows Seeds For 2016



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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Grandma:
Political allies of Vice President Joe Biden have concluded that he can win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination—even if Hillary Clinton enters the contest—and are considering steps he could take to prepare for a potential ca ]Confident Biden Team Sows Seeds For 2016

They're "sowing the seeds" and he's fertilizing them Rolling


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If the righty clowns insist on a Rand paul or Ted Cruz instead of a real candidate it won't matter who the dems elect, it will be an easy victory. John Huntsman could have beaten Obama last time but the clowns wouldn't give him the time of day, he was not a zealot who pandered to the base.
 
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What makes anyone think there will a election?


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