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Hillary Clinton's win in Nevada

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  • Liberal Democrat
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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    Vox, February 20, 2016: Read: Hillary Clinton's victory speech in Nevada

    Hillary Clinton's victory speech in Nevada was really her first of the campaign. In her Iowa speech, the margin was "too close to call" and her speech there reflected that. So her Nevada speech with a clear victory was her first speech where she could confidently speak about her campaign and what she wants to do as president. You can read it at the above link. It's not a real long one but it's a good one, covering a whole host of issues. It was delivered with confidence and passion...or as passionate as Hillary gets. South Carolina is next...and then several southern states where Hillary is expected to do better than Bernie. It may be over by mid March.

    I am looking forward to a campaign of Hillary versus the Donald...

  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    I thought it was an interesting speech. As you know, I've been very skeptical of Secretary Clinton, but I will admit that I wouldn't think twice about voting for her over any of the Republican candidates.

    My main problem with Clinton is the same problem I have (now had) with Jeb! Bush. I'm not a big fan of political dynasties and think that a country of more than 300 million people can find more than a handful of people to lead us. I also have a hard time swallowing that she made millions of dollars in speaking fees to the people that tanked our economy seven years years ago.

  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Pensacola, FL
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    She wants to be President for herself.
  • Independent
    Ft.myers, FL
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    Yes, I agree with Jared; no more dynasty's, especially with Bill in the background. But like Schmidt says if it ends with Hillary and Trump, I fear the most; dirt will be flying. But yeah she's a lawyer and he's a bully; guess who wins?
  • Independent
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    Hillary will be the democratic nominee. And I would not be surprised at all if she loses to Trump.
  • Independent
    Ft.myers, FL
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    I'm afraid you may be right; you want to buy my house? I'll move overseas in a flash!