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Grifters would be appropriate if this were being done on the sly, covertly without the victims becoming aware until after the fact. It gives her too much credit. The results are good for her, clearly, but it's being done quietly openly for anyone paying attention. It's really remarkable.

With the right ideology, one can get away with murders.
post #662 of 3302
The vast Right Wing conspiracy is at it again,

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/dem-primaries/268194-des-moines-register-calls-for-audit-of-iowa-dem-caucuses

It is very sad that they are trying to steal HRC's resounding and hard fought Iowa victory from her.
post #663 of 3302
Friday afternoon before Super Bowl weekend. Prime time for a document dump or news of the strange demise of Clinton associates.
post #664 of 3302
I overheard two old ladies talking about Bernie and Hillary at a thrift store today. The one said that her heart was with Bernie but her head was with Hillary. The other one said "Trump chanting 'America, America,' is a dangerous thing."
post #665 of 3302
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Quinnipiac Poll has Bernie and Hillary in a statistical dead heat at 42 and 44 percent respectively.

I think she's going to get the nom, but if she doesn't, odds on her committing suicide and/or going postal?
post #666 of 3302
No suicide. HRC is resilient. She can wait until 2024 for the nom. when she will be 76.

And I predict she will get that 2024 Nomination in a close race with a Communist, ex-convict.
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The good news is that Hilly and Billy won't starve ( if HRC doesn't get elected ),

$153 million in Bill and Hillary Clinton speaking fees, documented

http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/05/politics/hillary-clinton-bill-clinton-paid-speeches/
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Quinnipiac Poll has Bernie and Hillary in a statistical dead heat at 42 and 44 percent respectively.

I think she's going to get the nom, but if she doesn't, odds on her committing suicide and/or going postal?

The DNC will change the rules in the middle of the race before it lets Hillary lose.
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The 2 people I know with security clearances are up in arms over the new allegations. They claim they would have been drawn and quartered for anything even remotely as bad as what Clinton did.

"It was unclear whether Mrs Clinton sent "top secret" messages or only received the information"

It is my understanding that the sender of said emails would be in deep doo doo, not the recipient.
post #670 of 3302
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Quinnipiac Poll has Bernie and Hillary in a statistical dead heat at 42 and 44 percent respectively.

I think she's going to get the nom, but if she doesn't, odds on her committing suicide and/or going postal?

 

She's going to win.  She already has 10% of the needed delegates via super delegates.  She'll get the rest of the super delegates who are party elites.

Bernie isn't polling well in states outside NH.  SC Hillary has a 30 point lead.  Nationally she still has more than 10 points.  Seeing most states now allocate delegates proportionally, she just needs to do moderately well in each state, and she will win.

post #671 of 3302
I had to laugh at everyone whining about how the DNC was biased towards Hillary and against Bernie. You mean the Democratic National Committee is biased towards the career Democrat and not the guy who just switched in 2015? NO WAY!
post #672 of 3302
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

I had to laugh at everyone whining about how the DNC was biased towards Hillary and against Bernie. You mean the Democratic National Committee is biased towards the career Democrat and not the guy who just switched in 2015? NO WAY!

To quote Chris Matthews - explain the difference between a Democrat and a Socialist?

The DNC isn't against Bernie because of some philosophical stance. They're against him because he can't win, especially in the South.
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

She's going to win.  She already has 10% of the needed delegates via super delegates.  She'll get the rest of the super delegates who are party elites.


Bernie isn't polling well in states outside NH.  SC Hillary has a 30 point lead.  Nationally she still has more than 10 points.  Seeing most states now allocate delegates proportionally, she just needs to do moderately well in each state, and she will win.

She'll sweep the South.
post #674 of 3302
She should be sweeping the floors in a prison.
post #675 of 3302
I think she is finished, but doesn't know it.
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