But wait: Clinton also topped the poll as the one Democrats most want as their nominee.
Sizing up the contrary findings, Rasmussen said: "Hillary Clinton is the Democrat voters most want to see win her party's presidential nomination in 2016 — and least want to see win that nomination, too."
Repeal of DADT. Rape is up in the Military, acts of violence against each other is up, but thank God the private can let his private life be known to everyone, as if they care.
Equal pay for Women? Hell, the WH doesn't even achieve that....Fail.
Dream kids? Stories are starting to emerge that they are not following even the parameters of their own law, and just blatantly allowing illegals to claim that status without checking too closely. Back door Amnesty, not a good policy, unless ofcourse you are looking for a way to do away with America as it has existed since its founding....
Overall, it is you progressives that should be the angriest with the One...He has failed at nearly every policy, and law he has touched...
Then again, those people rarely make any sense.
Anyway, I won't vote for Hillary, but her numbers are better than any Republican in the field. In polls against Christie, Rubio, Bush, Paul, Perry, Ryan or Cruz, Clinton beats them all.
I can't stand her. I think she's an excellent example of what's wrong with the DNC. She was with the GOP on invading Iraq, warrantless wiretaps, mass data harvesting, and I think she even voted for the Patriot Acts. Might as well re-elect Dubya. The only difference with her is that she also pushed really hard for a gun ban that was completely pointless. I wouldn't vote for her even if her opponent was that scumbag Romney. I won't vote for an Republican, no matter who it is, but I also won't vote for Hillary. It'll be a 3rd party for me.
That being the case, as things stand now, she would win easily if the election were today.
"All that stuff I was taught about evolution, embryology, Big Bang theory, all that is lies straight from the pit of hell [the bible] teaches us how to run all our public policy and everything in society." Rep. Paul Broun (R)
I think Rassmussen came up with the same results, but they went further....Just because you don't like the outcome, you have to attack the source...Typical.