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Old 07-01-2015, 09:24 PM   #46
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I have more faith in the country than that. They will never elect such a lying low-life who has accomplished nothing in any elected office as her.

Like they did Obama.
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Old 07-01-2015, 10:01 PM   #47
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I fully expect granny's max headroom campaign to implode. She is waaay overrated. She'll never become president.
Personally, I would love for Hillary!, the Queen of Corruption, to be the Democrat nominee.

The GOP has nothing to fear about her candidacy.

If she couldn't defeat a no-name, unknown, stupid candidate in Obama in the 2008 presidential race when the red carpet was rolled out for her coronation, how could she expect to get nominated this time around?

I agree with ArlJim about her implosion. This will pave the way for the only two candidates that could win for the Democrats in 2016: Jim Webb and Al Gore. I mentioned this possibility earlier and I still stand by this prediction.
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Old 07-01-2015, 10:55 PM   #48
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sportsbook has Hillary at +110
and Democrat at -160


which seems strange as the next Dems listed are
Bernie Sanders +3000
Elizabeth Warren +6000
Joe Biden +7500
Al Gore +10000
It's early. The bookmakers are anticipating another shooting star to come out of left field and take down the old bat.
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I agree with ArlJim about her implosion. This will pave the way for the only two candidates that could win for the Democrats in 2016: Jim Webb and Al Gore. I mentioned this possibility earlier and I still stand by this prediction.
Sanders is getting more press and bigger crowds than Hillary. And there is more and more in the mainstream media about Biden as the anti-Hillary. Lots of speculation about him announcing, possibly next month.

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In a lot of ways, Biden would be the true anti-Hillary. He is completely uninhibited, he is impossible to script — which makes him seem authentic — and he has a human appeal that everyone can relate to. Clinton, on the other hand, is running a surreal campaign that avoids crowds, media and spontaneity of any kind. She is protecting her lead in the most standard, unimaginative way possible. Compared with Clinton’s robotic, stiff approach, could having a reputation for occasionally saying the wrong thing and hugging too much work to Biden’s advantage in an era where voters want the real thing?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...oment-arrived/

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Vice President Joseph R. Biden’s team is putting out the word that he is leaning in favor of joining the presidential race next month, according to a prominent Democratic fundraiser.

The veep’s entrance would dramatically shake up the Democratic contest, confronting front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton with a formidable opponent who is equally well-known across the country and poised to tap a network of major donors.

“They have given increasingly strong signals that Biden is going to throw his hat in the ring,” said New York businessman Jon Cooper, a top bundler for President Obama’s 2012 campaign who has been testing the waters with fellow bundlers for a Biden run.

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The Washington Times referred to Joe Biden as a formidable opponent!
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I would actually vote for Joe over many of the RINOs out there today.
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I would actually vote for Joe over many of the RINOs out there today.
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The Washington Times referred to Joe Biden as a formidable opponent!
Joe Biden is an extremely formidable opponent. To think he isn't is crazy he has donors, experience, his off-the-cuff remarks make him endearing, and hell, he can take credit for getting the only accomplishment this administration has done.

That article actually seemed very spot-on.
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Joe Biden is an extremely formidable opponent. To think he isn't is crazy he has donors, experience, his off-the-cuff remarks make him endearing, and hell, he can take credit for getting the only accomplishment this administration has done.

That article actually seemed very spot-on.
http://www.buttonsonline.com/2016/jo...6-buttons.html

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Personally, I would love for Hillary!, the Queen of Corruption, to be the Democrat nominee.

The GOP has nothing to fear about her candidacy.

If she couldn't defeat a no-name, unknown, stupid candidate in Obama in the 2008 presidential race when the red carpet was rolled out for her coronation, how could she expect to get nominated this time around?

I agree with ArlJim about her implosion. This will pave the way for the only two candidates that could win for the Democrats in 2016: Jim Webb and Al Gore. I mentioned this possibility earlier and I still stand by this prediction.

Jim Webb has announced he is running.
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Jim Webb has announced he is running.
Thanks for telling us, dartman, I didn't know it was official yet.

I truly believe he'll be tough for the GOP to beat because he isn't your typical left wing anti-American inarticulate Democrat.

Plus, since the Obama/Hillary foreign policy is a disaster and dangerous a strong military type guy will be welcomed. It's the main reason I believe that Rick Perry will be considered a serious candidate too.

Border security, illegal immigration and the failed Obama economy are the three main issues in the 2016 campaign.

There's no room for a serial failure like Hillary! to be a factor in this coming election. It is just a matter of time.
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Read in the local paper today that Hillary raised 45 million since mid-April. That is a ton of money in a short period of time. She will definitely have the resources. She has placed organizers in all 50 states plus the US territories already. If she is the nominee, she could rake in more than Obama did.
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A lot of that money came to her illegally for overseas, from enemies of freedom. That is what Hillary is, an un-American enemy of freedom.
As well a flat out liar.

I am really amazed some cannot see that and support her.
There a lot more than 3 libs out there.
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A lot of that money came to her illegally for overseas, from enemies of freedom. That is what Hillary is, an un-American enemy of freedom.
As well a flat out liar.
No way to tell. A few big super PACs, with the help of George Soros, have kicked in about $24 million so far this year.

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/0...ul-119669.html
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