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    What was it that was so pleasurable about the Bush years?
    I guess you loved unfunded wars, taking focus off Bin Laden to invade Iraq, now an Iranian Allie, unfunded Medicare drug benefit, turning surplus to debt. crash of financial system, stock market crash, Katrina recovery Mis management. What other Bush years fun did I miss out on?
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix FYI unemployment the day Obama sworn in 10%
    deficits the day Bush sworn in = surplus
    Any other factual fun I missed out
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    @martydotcom - The national debt was $8T when Bush took office. $10T when obama took office. Now it is $17T. obama has only had 4 long hard miserable years. So let's review. It took Bush 8 years to spend $2T (of which two wars needed to be fought to protect America). obama spent $7T in 4 years. WOWZERS. Btw, obama gets through with his second term (assuming the United States still exists) we will be $22T in debt. You doggone skippy I miss Bush right about now.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix: There was a budget SURPLUS when George W. Bush came into office, and $5.6 trillion in national debt. When George W. Bush left office there was a budget deficit of $438 billion (after 7 seven straight years of deficit) and $10.5 trillion in national debt.
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    I'm sure the Left will vote for her, she always has and does embrace "socialism", and wrote her
    college thesis on how Saul Alinksy's views were very appealing, it's interesting how many are
    so enthused with socialism, I don't think they'll like it much, once they live under it's form of Government.
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    @mimi57 Not unless "splitting hairs" means you're wrong on the facts.:). Try this - Sweden has a socialist economy and is a democracy. Qatar is also socialist and yet is a monarchy. Weird, huh.
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    @DARSB - If you could have any kind of government/economy mix you wanted, what would you prefer? I'm just curious as you seem to be very anti-capitalist. Indulge me.
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    She'd be a better choice than that goof Biden. My only question is why? Many people on the left claimed Reagan and McCain were "too old" when they ran at 70 years old. Hillary will be 69 if she runs. Personally, I'd be looking for somewhere nice and quiet at 69, not looking to run for president....
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    Hillary will make a great President. Can you imagine the right wing heads that will explode in 2016 when she gets elected? It will be great!
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    @martydotcom Hillary is very well respected on both sides of the aisle. I can't see her getting much opposition in the primaries. I'm sure the GOP primaries will be the same kind of clown show as this time with probably Christie getting out. Hillary has big time support in the Latino community which would negate Rubio's strengths if he were to somehow win. Paul Ryan is a joke. He can join up with the insane clown Posse (Bachmann, Santorum, Gingrich, Perry, Paul, Cain, etc). Early on anyway the dems look very good for 2016.
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    @PNWest: Yes, respected by "both sides of the aisle" in our corporately-owned government that continue to support further limitations of our civil liberties at home, while spending increasingly large sums of money on imperial military occupations abroad... but then again she's a Democrat, so there's that.
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    @Chank - I understand, I was just doing it out of humor. But it would be an interesting battle between the women. Hope both have reached menopause. Lol.
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    There is no one on the Republican Horizon that can currently beat H. Clinton. I am NOT a Hilary fan but speaking to pure politics, she would carry the same people that Obama carried but she would get more women. That of course can change over 4 years but at present the GOP has no rising stars. I know you claim Rubio but the man has a credibility issue the size of the grand canyon outside of his base. I personally am tired of the extremists on both the left and right and Hilary is a far left liberal. But having said that, this country is becoming angry with the far right and their alliance with extremist Christianity. I just don't see the Republican today that can beat her.
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    Yes. We need to keep the momentum going...She has the experience of Sec of State...US Senator (2 terms), and is ready to lead. My hope is that she will consider it.
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    Yes! I'd love to see Hillary Clinton run in 2016! Mainly due to the fact that there is a rumor that Jeb Bush might run under the Republican platform. We DON'T need the Bush family back in the White House!
    HILLARY CLINTON 2016!
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    Absolutely! Bill Clinton, with Hillary at his side, was the best thing that happened to the White House and the United States since the early '60's. It would be great to have them back in the oval office for 8 more years. It's a long road for America to catch up, Obama for 4 more years and the Clintons for 8 more will be a good rebirth of our once great nation. By that time, Chelsea Clinton will be old enough to run! Or maybe by then, the G.O.P. will have gotten with the 21st century program and decided to work for the good of all Americans, not just those with 9 figure band accounts.
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