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Hillary Clinton @HillaryClinton · Mar 23
#ACA@5: 16m covered. Young ppl. Preexisting conditions. Women get better coverage. Repeal those things? Embrace them!

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Hillary Clinton @HillaryClinton · Mar 5
I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.
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Let’s join @PEPFAR, @gatesfoundation & @girleffect in fighting for an AIDS-free future for girls. #WAD2014 More here: http://www.pepfar.gov/press/releases/2014/234531.htm

Yeah, fuck those boys with AIDS.
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A big problem for Hillary is that she has been around long enough that views of her are set in stone and unlikely to change. Remember that Bill, who is a lot more likable personally, never got over 50% of the vote in either of his elections. Yes, the national electorate has become more favorable to Democrats over the past 20 years, but I see a rather low ceiling for her support.
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

A big problem for Hillary is that she has been around long enough that views of her are set in stone and unlikely to change. Remember that Bill, who is a lot more likable personally, never got over 50% of the vote in either of his elections. Yes, the national electorate has become more favorable to Democrats over the past 20 years, but I see a rather low ceiling for her support.

That can't be right because when Bush got less than 50% of the vote he wasn't a legitimate president, and we all know Clinton was the greatest president of all time.
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That can't be right because when Bush got less than 50% of the vote he wasn't a legitimate president, and we all know Clinton was the greatest president of all time.


It wasn't about percentages with W it was that he got fewer total votes. Ross Perot stole a ton of votes from Bush and Dole in 92 and 96 which left Clinton with the most votes but less than 50% of the vote.  

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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

A big problem for Hillary is that she has been around long enough that views of her are set in stone and unlikely to change. Remember that Bill, who is a lot more likable personally, never got over 50% of the vote in either of his elections. Yes, the national electorate has become more favorable to Democrats over the past 20 years, but I see a rather low ceiling for her support.

I think the Dems could run Michael Dukakis at this point and win. Except for Texas they have every high count electoral college state locked up tightly with the possible exception of Florida. I don't see another Repub POTUS for many years.
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I hope there are some enterprising young men out there figuring out how to get some of the $2.5 billion Hillary's campaign is raising to buy grass-roots support in her uncontested primary. Forming a "consultancy" to help build her popular support among young white men using an agressive social media campaign and "big data" metrics should be a gold mine. Don't start one. Start two.
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I am picturing a viral video with a bunch of lax bros chanting "it's Her Turn" as they do tequila shots in their post-college, shared, dorm-like apartment in front of a big cardboard cutout of Hilary. And then, at the end, the cutout does a shot, too, winks, and walks off scene!! It was a real Hillary the whole time!!
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I hope there are some enterprising young men out there figuring out how to get some of the $2.5 billion Hillary's campaign is raising to buy grass-roots support in her uncontested primary. Forming a "consultancy" to help build her popular support among young white men using an agressive social media campaign and "big data" metrics should be a gold mine. Don't start one. Start two.

I used to work in politics before I decided I liked my soul relatively untarnished by a despairing pit of darkness and I can guarantee from conversations I've had with former colleagues, this is definitely happening.
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LOLZ. Who on planet Earth thinks Bernie Sanders is a contender? Fuck that noize, stupid fucking retard.
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

LOLZ. Who on planet Earth thinks Bernie Sanders is a contender? Fuck that noize, stupid fucking retard.

The libtards on my FB feed are creaming themselves for a Sanders/Warren run.
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