pr Wrote: You do believe in hell though- it's what keeps you moral, after all isn't it?
TJ Wrote: I am not fully aware of Elizabeth Warren. Having watched this video, she sure seems to have promise. However, I doubt she would be elected for the highest office. And definitely wouldn't be elected as VP if running with another women. I personally have the utmost respect for the female gender and I believe we would be better off with more females in charge (I believe this comes from respecting my mother and my wife - as well as my daughter). However, I'm sorry to say that in many many ways, this country is still very ignorant. Too many ignorant old white men making major decisions. The lack of an open mind and the gender inequity that is alive and well makes this seem very unlikely. It's pitiful that our wives and daughters make .77 cents on the dollar as compared to men. Hell, it's 2014, you would have thought that we would have progressed more. I think there's still too much hate and too much ignorance for women or minorities to have any chance. Watch out though, There are those who have a year marked mentally (not sure what year it is) but the white man (a club I'm in), will not always be the majority in this fine country.
jamesn Wrote: jared thanks for posting this poll from 2006. I have cautioned many times that polls this far ahead of the presidential election do not count for much, and this poll proves it.
Just like in 2006 I hear people saying that it will be Hillary, it is a done deal, the whole nomination process is just a formality. As we know from the 2008 election, the polls from 2 1/2 years out mean very little. And if I remember correctly, the front running Repub from 06/07 was Rudy Guiliani.
No one knows what will happen and I think Warren would have to move more to the center to have a chance, but that is now, in 2014. Who knows what 2016 shall bring?
Right now the 2014 midterms are more important.