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    I would love to see Hillary run and win the Presidency in 2016. She is by far and away the most qualified of all of the people mentioned as possible candidates. I wonder where the conservatives will threaten to move to if she gets elected?
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    I agree. Personally, I want to see Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson as her running mate, as he would be HUGE for education and science progress. Plus, he'd bring in the black vote, which usually entails a large portion of the Latino vote following the black. He'd bring in the centrists and independents in his avid wish for spending and spending habits based on common sense and actual needs, rather than lasting knee-jerk reactions (see his views on how NASA should be funded, for example). He could possibly attract /true/ Republicans with the fact that though he would lobby for social programs, that they would need to actually work, rather than 'appear to work.' Couple all that with the older white folks and the women that Hillary would bring in in droves, not to mention youth who would get just as fired up for her as they did for the 'first African-American president,' and you'd win for sure.

    But then again, I'm one for pipe dreams. But a guy can hope, can't he?
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    @CanadianIndy She has been first lady of Arkansas, First Lady of the United States, Senator from New Yorl and Secretary of State. Hard to imagine anyone more qualified.
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    @NTBFW "She is a horrible person." - No. Rush Limbaugh is a horrible person. Ann Coulter is a horrible person. Glenn Beck is a horrible person. Sean Hannity is a horrible person. Ted Nugent is a horrible person. Hillary Clinton is a very competent, very capable and very accomplished person.
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    Hillary Clinton is indeed a vile progressive and believes she knows whats best for everyone.
    I wouldnt ever vote for anyone like that.
    She is the kind of person along with that Obama , That our founders warned us about.
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    Do you know obama, being black and hillary, being a woman were not constitutionally permitted to run for office? Yet you think the founders warned us about people like her? What was it they said, exactly?
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    "All these numbers are from Public Policy Polling, an allegedly leftist polling outfit. But PPP follows approved polling methods and correctly predicted many of the 2012 elections, so the Hillary stats are probably quite reliable."

    Translation from Politixese - Oh yeah we, uh er, the poll isn't biased at all (wink wink). Yes it' a leftist organization, but the polls are PROBABLY quite reliable (wink wink). Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain...
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    They won't...wonder if she's winking or if it's her eye problem. I doubt she'll pass a
    health exam, I mean with all her medical problems and she looks terrible...
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    @mimi57 not to mention she's been wearing coke bottles on her eyes lately instead of drinking from them!! That was really bad right? Guess you can tell I'm not a fan!!
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    @MissMostly Nope, not a fan either. She's quite a traveler though, I'll give her that.
    I just don't know what she's accomplished! LOL
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    @marine1 LOL...if this winter doesn't end soon, I may have to find a fat farm around here. Ugh...Feb., I hate it !!!
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    HMMM.....once again....it's 4 years from now. In 2004, I want a show of hands (except IL.) on who knew the name of Barrack Obama?(I don't see any hands). In 4 years, all kinds of things could happen....including the fact the Ms. Clinton is now out of the public's eye. Take this poll 6 months from now and the fickle American (low informational) voter will probably say...."Hillary who?"
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    I actually had a conversation with a younger colleague in late 2003, he swore up and down that Obama would run for and win the presidency....I didn't believe him!
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    I think conservatism makes a big rebound in 2016. Like you said, it's a long ways away. That gives barack enough time to goof enough things up to have people ready for a real leader.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix Thanks Neo - that was the funniest thing I've read all day. The only way it could have been funnier is if you added the phrase "like Jeb Bush" to the end of the last sentence.
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    @PNWest - How about Rubio, Jindall, Cruz, Ryan, Santorum, or Paul? All fine upstanding, qualified, capable and ready to lead. Could you see any of them becoming president? I can.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix Rubio, Jindall, Cruz, Ryan, Santorum, or Paul? You're killing me Neo. How about Curly, Larry, Moe or Shemp? In all seriousness - no I can't see any of them actually winning. Rubio probably has the best chance of the lot but the dems will go after him for lies about his background. http://www.addictinginfo.org/2011/10/24/marco... Actually his primary opponents will do the dirty work for them. Jindal is too easy to make fun of, Cruz is a loose cannon and will be thought of as a male version of Michelle Bachman by 2016, Ryan wanted to kill Medicare, Santorum is to much of a religious nut and Paul is just Kooky like his dad. None of them can win in my opinion. You guys hate Chris Christie and Colin Powell but guys like that would be your best bet.
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    couldn't we please wait for a couple of years before we start up with all this campaign bullshit again? jumpin' jesus on a pogo stick. aren't you folks sick of it yet? not only that, but from what i've seen, the folks who talk about it the most know the least, anyway.
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    More evidence that the ultraconservative neocon tea partiers are on the way out.

    Even Texans are starting to figure out how things work, or don't.
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    One thing I do know, if Hillary gets elected, we will stay stagnated with high unemployment and future bankruptcy and the mentality of people who vote for Liberals will still be saying it is Bush's fault and the Rich people's fault. The reason that Liberals could care less if we have high unemployment is because their voting block(those living off the backs of tax payers) don't need jobs. Their livelihood is going down to the Department of social services and picking up the tax payer's money.
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    im really questioning the validity of bullshit topics on this site.If i wanted mainstream biased liberal obama bullshit id just turn the tv on.simply a disgusting farce and outright lie.Clinton couldn't beat the gop in their stomping grounds if she was giving away what got Bill booted out of office especially after covering for obama in the benghazi coverup .
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    Bill never got booted out of office. He was re-elected, just like obama. In what alternate reality did he get booted out of office. Where can I buy that tea you guys drink? Must be powerful stuff!
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    I don't see that she has much to offer other than an appeal to the cult of personality. If she runs for President, then Republicans have a better chance to win the White House.
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    I would rather see Bob Kerrey run for the Democratic party: former Senator, Governor, university president, SEAL Vietnam veteran and Medal of Honor winner who got swift-boated in the 1992 Presidential election with accusations of being a war criminal.
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    Hillary Clinton's home for many, many years was Arkansas. She is viewed favorably here. So I imagine other states would be the same. I would have been much happier if she had gotten the chance to run for president rather than Obama, for that matter, I would have preferred her as president instead of Obama. She held an exemplary record as Secretary of State, often over shadowing Obama. She now has a major hurdle to overcome, Benghazi. I don't care if she says that request never hit her desk. That was just skirting the question. She knew the Ambassador had asked for security help in plenty of time to have gotten it. He made multiple requests that were denied and some were just ignored. This press appearances being made that there was not time to get them that protection is simply untrue! There were two days plus to get the protection there. That's plenty of time considering we had troops and the weapons needed so close. I heard one man actually say that calling for protection is not like calling 911 and getting police in 20 minutes.(That that time frame is to long inside the U.S. is another topic.). They asked for help in plenty of time. If our leaders felt that was not plenty of time, it was plenty of time to get them out of there. This horrible avoidable tragedy is going to put a shadow on all she did right! She is one smart lady, the best move would have been to completely own up to it instead of following Obama's lead and lie about it. He slipped up when speaking and the lies were exposed. He still continued to skirt the issue. I expected more of Hillary than to try to skirt it when she was being questioned. She didn't step up. If she had, the scandle around her wouldn't be so bad. Those red states do not have many electoral votes. If she comes up against a democrat in the primaries that would make an excellent candidate, the Benghazi scandle could stop her before she even got head to head with the republican candidate. The republicans have a lot of ammunition from when she lived in Little Rock to add to the Benghazi scandle. She has some skeleton's in her closet. A couple literally. I do think she could be a good president, but adding a fresh scandle that resulted in the massacre of Americans in the Consulate in Benghazi to the very old ones could beat her before she gets a chance,
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    Objectively I don't think Rand Paul has distanced himself from his father. Plus she has had a ton of coverage. First Lady, senator and Sec of State. More people know who she is.
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    @MaxPain Way to win over the Ky voters by calling us bigoted names like "redneck". This is why she doesn't have a chance in hell, as the poll states.
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    @No_Bama you know if the phony bitch does run (ech!!) she'll just change her accent to fit in with us "rednecks" You know how she turns on the phony black voice!!
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    Ron Paul and Hilary Clinton are the two best and most qualified politicians in government right now I would love if they could team up one be president the other vice president I know there on opposed sides but it would work so well his smart practical solutions and her foreign policy would go beautiful together
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    Hillary will win in 2016 for one reason and one reason only. She is a socialist. She believes it's her duty to take money from hard working responsible individuals and redistribute it to a bunch of undeserving deadbeats that will soon outnumber the rest of us. I can only afford to feed, clothe, educate and provide medical attention to a few more mexicans, fricken-americans and white-trash before I'm going to have to apply for welfare myself.
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    The Benghazi fiasco will haunt her for the rest of her "political" career...you are always remembered for the last thing you did...whether she is qualified or not is not important...please see our current president...what will be the issues will be the fact she lost to a charismatic person in Barak Obama...she screwed up Benghazi...she has a cheating husband...these things will be fodder to destroy her chances...isn't it possible Biden is more qualified than Hillary...God help us all...
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