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The Republicans and the Swing Vote

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    In pursuit of the election process, thoughts for consideration:

    I call to your attentions, the recent Hillary endorsement by Democratic Congress women. The Elizabeth Warrne exception is particularly noteworthy. In gauging her character, I suspect, she finds nomination by appointment dishonest. Hillary's subsequent remark in looking forward to debating Donald Trump seems insignificant and unrelated. But it isn't.

    Pressure on Warren to throw her hat in still exists. IF she comes in Hillary's exit is certain. Bill knows full well, if Trump is fully engaged by Hillary, infighting becomes party disloyalty. Warren's entry is checked. If he's concerned, so should we be.
    If she does come in, it will be hot and fast. The first thing she is likely to do is call the swing vote home. If they go, its the fait accompli. The reset doesn't matter. The Cruz/Trump contest is a meaningless cock fight. Worse, it is a distraction.
    The Warren threat can only be met head on by gender equals. Once she comes in, its too late to prepare. I have said Fiorina's inclusion could be pivotal. It has become precipitous.

    I find unspoken misogyny and cheating Fiorina out of stage speaking time particularly irritating.

    Ken Simos
    Republican Party

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    Oh......this will be fun! Elizabeth may be waiting for her chance, but not until she is ready, which is she has no ability to handle world issues, foreign policy and many national issues. Elizabeth's strength is her illustrated anger streaks on political mishandling of the budgets and calling out greedy acts that could be criminal in how Congress works the passage of Bills. Elizabeth is a tigress and is showing great responses around the Nation on how she reacts to many a Republican and Democrat not doing their job. Elizabeth is not ready, but she could be and needs nurturing by stout politicians and leaders to help her handle better the way of Politics. She sees the worst and she's attacking at her best but not getting all the support required to change politics. There's too many behemoths in her way. Hillary could sure use Elizabeth and Elizabeth could sure use Hillary. I believe that Hillary and Elizabeth are speaking are variety of issues and Elizabeth could learn much from Hillary.

    As for Fionna??????????????? That's a lost cause as for her lying character and misuse of human capital as the cost of doing business. Fiona will be out within a few weeks as many of the circus of clowns in the Republican base. Does anybody think that there may be a reason for the massive circus Republicans in showing up as candidates? I do, as an army of do-nothings against a singularity of Democrat candidates as Republicans seeking to overwhelm their competition. Bad thing for the Republicans, they have nobody substantial to show as credible Presidential. Rubio may be the better Republican candidate, but he has a problem with still showing he has not graduated from diapers. Rubio is a child attempting to work among the giants in politics. He has no new ideas and is all about continuing to preach, " just vote for me and I'll show you how good I am". Problem with that picture of a candidate, he has no credibility and people see right through his pretty face and race as just another do-nothing Republican.

    I like this...................bring it.............Republican!

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    Kenneth Simos Wrote:

    In pursuit of the election process, thoughts for consideration:

    I call to your attentions, the recent Hillary endorsement by Democratic Congress women. The Elizabeth Warrne exception is particularly noteworthy. In gauging her character, I suspect, she finds nomination by appointment dishonest. Hillary's subsequent remark in looking forward to debating Donald Trump seems insignificant and unrelated. But it isn't.

    Pressure on Warren to throw her hat in still exists. IF she comes in Hillary's exit is certain. Bill knows full well, if Trump is fully engaged by Hillary, infighting becomes party disloyalty. Warren's entry is checked. If he's concerned, so should we be.
    If she does come in, it will be hot and fast. The first thing she is likely to do is call the swing vote home. If they go, its the fait accompli. The reset doesn't matter. The Cruz/Trump contest is a meaningless cock fight. Worse, it is a distraction.
    The Warren threat can only be met head on by gender equals. Once she comes in, its too late to prepare. I have said Fiorina's inclusion could be pivotal. It has become precipitous.

    I find unspoken misogyny and cheating Fiorina out of stage speaking time particularly irritating.

    Ken Simos
    Republican Party

    Warren's "non endorsement" of Clinton is hardly newsworthy. She is aligned more closely with Bernie Sanders. So why should she come out with an endorsement of Hillary?...just because she is a woman?

    Warren will not enter the race for the presidency...period! Clinton is working behind the scenes to lock up delegates. It may be all over by Super Tuesday, March 1st.

    Carly Fiorina is a horrible candidate both for women and for Republicans. She comes across as mean and angry. Her hate for Hillary Clinton is noticeable. She has some kind of chip on her shoulder, and doesn't know why she wants to be president. Yeah she has the "gift of the gab" something that got her to rise to her level of incompetence at Hewlett Packard. I just don't understand why the board of directors didn't fire her sooner.

    Some think Carly Fiorina is running for Vice President. If she was selected as a VP candidate she would be a liability for the ticket, just like Sarah Palin was.

  • Liberal
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    Just a Republican troll - ignore him!