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Elizabeth Warren for President ?

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    America is beginning to stink, America needs fresh air and washed laundry. I'm beginning to focus on a Warren & Castro ticket for 2016. I'm afraid that Hillary is part of the stinking laundry. I've always liked Hillary, but the time has come to move on to new faces. Can a Warren & Castro ticket evolve into a new America and be strong enough to make Congress a one term ticket.?
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    Both of them are atheist....you may want to vote with the faith Limbaugh/ graham 2016.......................GO JESUS
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    I guess the devil is in the details! Lindsey and Rushbo in 2016!
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    Yes, we need more devils; I'll ask Putin if he wants the job; he'll work great with McCain; may be we can then invade Canada and Mexico; that solves other problems as well like immigration and pipelines.
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    Elizabeth Warren keeps insisting that she is not running for President in 2016, but last weekend she met with Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel. She also met with the Jordanian government and members of the Palestinian Authority.

    https://mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1#inbox/149e7b042df92c12

    I agree with amc that a Warren/Castro ticket would be hard to beat. Warren, by the way, is a United Methodist, and Castro is a Roman Catholic.

    Although the Republicans supposedly are afraid of Hillary , I've already seen some ugly (and untrue) slams against her on some conservative sites, which will make it more difficult for her to get elected.
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    Benny is nothing more than a war mongering conservative Republican. There is NO chance he would ever support any liberal candidate!
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    Warren will never win
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    Not a chance, I agree ;(
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    pgr Wrote: Not a chance, I agree ;(
    I bet both of you are right; the one with the biggest money pot will win this time; more billionairs than ever. So make a guess!!!
    McCain may run again ; his money pot has become huge because of Lockheed's F35!!!
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    Just saw something on TV related to Hillary; just for a speaking outing she did receive $300,000; also she has demands related to her standing, just like the "stars"; So in other words it has gone a bit too much to her head; very arrogant annoying people have they become because of they think they are "god's" and know it all.
    I certainly do not like to have those as president. As long as money is the driver in our society, it will be impossible to get the right people for that job. Being selfish and belonging to the "upper " echelon does not make good leaders.
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    sbfriedman Wrote: As it stands today, Elizabeth Warren is by far the most promising Democratic candidate for 2016, although I really don't like talking about elections years in advance. I will make an exception for Warren though as I have watched her impassioned speeches on the senate floor for a few years now, and she almost always impresses me with her clarity of mind and genuineness.

    She stands for what she believes in, and not what will get her elected. Quick link here:
    theweek.com/speedreads/index/272356/speedreads-elizabeth-warren-on-obamas-wall-...

    As a Massachusetts voter, I was delighted when she ousted Scott Brown, whose "charisma" had won him the temporary seat in a special election. She ran him in circles during debates and kept a steady course. Brown was so devastated that he then moved to N.H. to try again, and was (thankfully) not elected. I doubt Elizabeth Warren has any goal but the one she set for herself as a senator. She means what she says, and does it. She has a brilliant background as well, and would make a wonderful President. Unfortunately the big names, big bucks will probably override any efforts to put her name in contention. She herself probably has no desire to leave her Senate position, for if she lost the race for the presidency, all that she intends to do in the the Senate, her determination to provide our country with what she can offer, would be lost.

    SB - you have seen the truth of what she is. She IS the real thing.
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    The voters in this country are not smart enough to vote Warren in as president. Gruber was 100% correct in his assessment of the U.S. voting public - just said it to often and too loud.!
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    She has united the Democrats in the House to vote against the "Cromnibus bill" because of a Citibank provision stuck in at the last moment without committee review and debate that says banks can take risks in buying and selling derivatives and the tax payers will bail them out if their risky buying and selling plunges them into a big loss...in other words too big to fail. We need to stand behind Elizabeth Warren on this one, even if it means the government will shutdown. She is expending enormous political capital and is even going against President Obama who she feels compromised too far on this one.
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    Schmidt Wrote: She has united the Democrats in the House to vote against the "Cromnibus bill" because of a Citibank provision stuck in at the last moment without committee review and debate that says banks can take risks in buying and selling derivatives and the tax payers will bail them out if their risky buying and selling plunges them into a big loss...in other words too big to fail. We need to stand behind Elizabeth Warren on this one, even if it means the government will shutdown. She is expending enormous political capital and is even going against President Obama who she feels compromised too far on this one.
    I fully agree. It is astounding that they inserted this language without any floor debate and without the knowledge of the vast majority of rank and file members. It really does show that our Government has been purchased by Big Business.

    I also agree that Obama compromised far too much here. What is he showing his base if walks away from every stated ideal he has been pushing for the past six years just to avoid a Government shutdown? He needs to use his bully pulpit to fight for the regular people and not Wall Street's right to get bailed out by the American people if they screw up again.
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    jaredsxtn Wrote:
    Schmidt Wrote: She has united the Democrats in the House to vote against the "Cromnibus bill" because of a Citibank provision stuck in at the last moment without committee review and debate that says banks can take risks in buying and selling derivatives and the tax payers will bail them out if their risky buying and selling plunges them into a big loss...in other words too big to fail. We need to stand behind Elizabeth Warren on this one, even if it means the government will shutdown. She is expending enormous political capital and is even going against President Obama who she feels compromised too far on this one.
    I fully agree. It is astounding that they inserted this language without any floor debate and without the knowledge of the vast majority of rank and file members. It really does show that our Government has been purchased by Big Business.

    I also agree that Obama compromised far too much here. What is he showing his base if walks away from every stated ideal he has been pushing for the past six years just to avoid a Government shutdown? He needs to use his bully pulpit to fight for the regular people and not Wall Street's right to get bailed out by the American people if they screw up again.
    Amen