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  • Independent
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    Because of the mass of candidates, the shifting and "pre-play" games have started. For instance the front runner Hillary is now the target and they are stumbling over themselves to make her trip. It is not only Benghazi but also her private e-mails which are being attacked. Like I said before it is dig up dirt time; so the "field" can be reduced to a few, who managed to escape scrutiny. Wow; let the "money" roll; who is paying who to keep out of trouble?.
  • Liberal
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    Hilliary may not win. I heard Jeb Bush speak the other day. He's no dumb ass (like his brother) He's very articulate. Hilliary is gonna have some problems. this is not going to be a landslide by any means. The Clintons have a lot of dirt in their past
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    Hey LA, IF Jeb gets the publican nomination, he has zero chance against Hillary. I know you say he is not a dumb ass like his brother, BUT he is a Bush. I say that ruins his chances right there.
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    Michael39301 Wrote: Hey LA, IF Jeb gets the publican nomination, he has zero chance against Hillary. I know you say he is not a dumb ass like his brother, BUT he is a Bush. I say that ruins his chances right there.
    People cease to amaze anymore. Idiot Jr. got elected twice. Jeb had some quick, explainable answers the other day when I watching. I don't know what it is about the Bush family...but Jeb can get the white vote in this country. well, at least more than Romney. It's gonna be close. Hilliary won'thave the cushion Obama had. We'll see. If I could vote...I'd write in Square Pants Sponge Bob
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    L.A. Citizen Wrote:
    Michael39301 Wrote: Hey LA, IF Jeb gets the publican nomination, he has zero chance against Hillary. I know you say he is not a dumb ass like his brother, BUT he is a Bush. I say that ruins his chances right there.
    People cease to amaze anymore. Idiot Jr. got elected twice. Jeb had some quick, explainable answers the other day when I watching. I don't know what it is about the Bush family...but Jeb can get the white vote in this country. well, at least more than Romney. It's gonna be close. Hilliary won'thave the cushion Obama had. We'll see. If I could vote...I'd write in Square Pants Sponge Bob
    Idiot Jr. got elected twice because the Dems had no one special to run against him. Hillary will even get some Republican women votes, as well as ALL the Hispanic votes. Jeb goes down big time!
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    es macht nichts.

    as long as the political economy is distorted by the levers of power after elections being wielded by those who can distort for their own benefit who we vote for really doesn't matter.

    a show of hands of those who think jeb bush will do anything about climate change.

    a show of hands of those who think hillary will rein in the f.i.r.e. sector.

    es macht nichts.
  • Independent
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    lonely bird Wrote: es macht nichts.

    as long as the political economy is distorted by the levers of power after elections being wielded by those who can distort for their own benefit who we vote for really doesn't matter.

    a show of hands of those who think jeb bush will do anything about climate change.

    a show of hands of those who think hillary will rein in the f.i.r.e. sector.

    es macht nichts.
    Lonely, indeed a lot will still happen before the "end" run; it totally depends on who is paying who.
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    Michael39301 Wrote:
    L.A. Citizen Wrote:
    Michael39301 Wrote: Hey LA, IF Jeb gets the publican nomination, he has zero chance against Hillary. I know you say he is not a dumb ass like his brother, BUT he is a Bush. I say that ruins his chances right there.
    People cease to amaze anymore. Idiot Jr. got elected twice. Jeb had some quick, explainable answers the other day when I watching. I don't know what it is about the Bush family...but Jeb can get the white vote in this country. well, at least more than Romney. It's gonna be close. Hilliary won'thave the cushion Obama had. We'll see. If I could vote...I'd write in Square Pants Sponge Bob
    Idiot Jr. got elected twice because the Dems had no one special to run against him. Hillary will even get some Republican women votes, as well as ALL the Hispanic votes. Jeb goes down big time!
    And I forgot to add that besides all the above votes, Hillary will get ALL the Black votes as well. Bye bye Jeb!
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Dutch Wrote: Because of the mass of candidates, the shifting and "pre-play" games have started. For instance the front runner Hillary is now the target and they are stumbling over themselves to make her trip. It is not only Benghazi but also her private e-mails which are being attacked. Like I said before it is dig up dirt time; so the "field" can be reduced to a few, who managed to escape scrutiny. Wow; let the "money" roll; who is paying who to keep out of trouble?
    If they can't handle the heat then they need to get out of the game. Politicians, media personalities, and opposition ideologues are always trying to take each other down. That's not a uniquely American thing. It happens throughout the entire world.

    As a liberal I am really concerned that we have already anointed our next nominee without letting the process play out. It's dangerous for us to just assume Ms. Clinton is going to get the nomination without forcing her to earn it. There area lot of things I like about Ms. Clinton, but there are also a lot of things I don't like.

    Anyone who wants to stop the endless wars we are fighting might want to take a long, hard look at the former Secretary and ask themselves if they think she will be more or less likely to be another hawkish President. We shouldn't just let her coast to the nomination without forcing her to detail how she would govern the nation. Name recognition is one thing, but policy priorities are what I care about most. I also think there has to be more than two families who are suitable to lead our nation.
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    jaredsxtn Wrote:
    Dutch Wrote: Because of the mass of candidates, the shifting and "pre-play" games have started. For instance the front runner Hillary is now the target and they are stumbling over themselves to make her trip. It is not only Benghazi but also her private e-mails which are being attacked. Like I said before it is dig up dirt time; so the "field" can be reduced to a few, who managed to escape scrutiny. Wow; let the "money" roll; who is paying who to keep out of trouble?
    If they can't handle the heat then they need to get out of the game. Politicians, media personalities, and opposition ideologues are always trying to take each other down. That's not a uniquely American thing. It happens throughout the entire world.

    As a liberal I am really concerned that we have already anointed our next nominee without letting the process play out. It's dangerous for us to just assume Ms. Clinton is going to get the nomination without forcing her to earn it. There area lot of things I like about Ms. Clinton, but there are also a lot of things I don't like.

    Anyone who wants to stop the endless wars we are fighting might want to take a long, hard look at the former Secretary and ask themselves if they think she will be more or less likely to be another hawkish President. We shouldn't just let her coast to the nomination without forcing her to detail how she would govern the nation. Name recognition is one thing, but policy priorities are what I care about most. I also think there has to be more than two families who are suitable to lead our nation.
    Absolutely right Jared, we do need more than 2 families to lead our nation. The only other Democratic leader I can envision with a good chance of winning is Elizabeth Warren. And I do believe that she has spoken out about how SHE would govern. Maybe she and Hillary could share the ticket, and who knows which one would be the VP candidate.
  • Center Left
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    We had better find a couple of good candidates soon or we will lose in 2016. We're already going to be swimming upstream against the huge money of the bad guys. Clinton was my early choice but I don't think she's a good choice. Repubs hate her and Benghazi and e mail issues will be beaten like a drum. Warren is not the answer. I have nothing against her but I don't think she would win. A close second place does us no good at all. I'd like to see a women run and win but we just had a history breaking pres. election in 08 and 12. I don't expect another historic election again in 16.
    Here in Ohio - (R) Gov. John Kasich has suggested that he may run....... I hope the democrats can select someone who can fight hard and win in 2016.
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    [url=https://www.democratichub.com/user/76324.aspx">TJ[/url] Wrote: We had better find a couple of good candidates soon or we will lose in 2016. We're already going to be swimming upstream against the huge money of the bad guys. Clinton was my early choice but I don't think she's a good choice. Repubs hate her and Benghazi and e mail issues will be beaten like a drum. Warren is not the answer. I have nothing against her but I don't think she would win. A close second place does us no good at all. I'd like to see a women run and win but we just had a history breaking pres. election in 08 and 12. I don't expect another historic election again in 16.
    Here in Ohio - (R) Gov. John Kasich has suggested that he may run....... I hope the democrats can select someone who can fight hard and win in 2016.

    Kasich makes me ill. Another republican azzhat crushing those don't happen to have any money. Nothing pleased me more than seeing him get kicked in the sack when he over-reached on the union issue. He can take the equally azzhat-ish Josh Mandel and go the phucque away.