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Why Hillary will be the next POTUS

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Because it's her turn.

Discuss.
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The media just keeps saying over and over that she's a shoe in, that people like her, etc. Some just buy that, for some reason -- if other people like her, maybe I should too...
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The media just keeps saying over and over that she's a shoe in, that people like her, etc. Some just buy that, for some reason -- if other people like her, maybe I should too...

And what's not to like about Hillary?
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Everyday Americans need a champion.

 

or

 

Everyday, Americans need a champion. 

 

I think she will come to regret the omission of that comma. 

 

 

Also this looks like 9/11. Ted Cruz with the al-Hayat logo and Hillary with the Twin Towers, where's Alex Jones? 

 

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I am going to have quite a bit of fun recycling the media narrative about age as concerned Obama v. McCain if it's Hillary vs. a Gen X Repub. Does anyone think the same narrative will be created?
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I'd say "yes," less because I'm a supporter, a liberal, or because "it's her turn," than just because she's been out there so long it's hard to imagine what can be used against her. I'd hate to be doing opposition research; the right blew their load on Clinton stuff long ago. Benghazi? Emails? I don't think it has traction or staying power. Then again, what are they going to do... bring back Whitewater?

Unless the Repubs can get a really great candidate to shine against her, I think she could be like a Reagan. Old, worn out, disinterested, but also with so much experience that she can sleep at night, remember nobody's name, and somehow work her way through the end of the Soviet Union. Or like Ike... seemingly so old and out of touch that the mastery of the subtle touch is missed until much later.

...then again, she might be a disaster.

FTR, though, I'm happy to vote for a good Repub. I liked Huntsman before, but we saw how far he got. I also didn't vote for Obangye the second time around. Instead the last few times I've done my usual write-in for Jurgen Prochnow, star of such films as "Dune" and "Das Boot."

Anyway, I'll bet anybody an ole Abe LIncoln, though, that she'll be it.

PS my first CE post in probably 2+ years. wink.gif
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I'd say "yes," less because I'm a supporter, a liberal, or because "it's her turn," than just because she's been out there so long it's hard to imagine what can be used against her. I'd hate to be doing opposition research; the right blew their load on Clinton stuff long ago. Benghazi? Emails? I don't think it has traction or staying power. Then again, what are they going to do... bring back Whitewater?

Unless the Repubs can get a really great candidate to shine against her, I think she could be like a Reagan. Old, worn out, disinterested, but also with so much experience that she can sleep at night, remember nobody's name, and somehow work her way through the end of the Soviet Union. Or like Ike... seemingly so old and out of touch that the mastery of the subtle touch is missed until much later.

...then again, she might be a disaster.

FTR, though, I'm happy to vote for a good Repub. I liked Huntsman before, but we saw how far he got. I also didn't vote for Obangye the second time around. Instead the last few times I've done my usual write-in for Jurgen Prochnow, star of such films as "Dune" and "Das Boot."

Anyway, I'll bet anybody an ole Abe LIncoln, though, that she'll be it.

PS my first CE post in probably 2+ years. wink.gif

Welcome back.

Also, lolz.
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PS my first CE post in probably 2+ years. wink.gif

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History is also on her side. One cannot overlook the interest in a woman president. Speaking purely from my own experience, until I actually found out who Sarah Palin was... I was initially really excited that McCain picked a woman. I remember hearing the announcement in my car and being so thrilled/amazed at his courage. Of course that changed when I realized who she was... but still... the interest in a non-white old rich man is pretty strong. White old rich woman... ok sure. Anyway, unlike Palin, Hilary has the background experience to survive a cursory google search.

As such, again, I think she's got it... like it or not. Anybody who wants to take the bet PM me.
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History is also on her side. One cannot overlook the interest in a woman president. Speaking purely from my own experience, until I actually found out who Sarah Palin was... I was initially really excited that McCain picked a woman. I remember hearing the announcement in my car and being so thrilled/amazed at his courage. Of course that changed when I realized who she was... but still... the interest in a non-white old rich man is pretty strong. White old rich woman... ok sure. Anyway, unlike Palin, Hilary has the background experience to survive a cursory google search.

As such, again, I think she's got it... like it or not. Anybody who wants to take the bet PM me.

I was the same way with Palin. First couple of days I thought it was brilliant and then...well, Tina Faye.

I really don't see anyone in the Repub field that can beat a Hillary run.
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There is no possible way Hills will be the next President. That is laughable. She is a goddamn disaster. foo.giffoo.gif
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