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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Christie's Health bothers me..
    Hence, I'd like another governor from the GOP like Sandoval and Martinez who have done a great job in their states as VP..
    I remember a nice Christie quip at Dems..
    We have a gender-gap here in NJ..
    I'm up 28% with women.


    You know the perfect match up in my world would be Nixon, the Democratic Governor from Missouri vs. Christie. Either of those two I could vote for. It would kind of like the Eisenhower-Stevenson matchup of 52 and 56. Regardless of who won, the country would be in good hands.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Horse****. The voting trends did not substantially differ from the norm. An uptick of Democrat voter turnout is probably best attributed to the disastrous Bush presidency. People in 2008 were fed up with Republicans.
    Deuce what happened is the "media" were so effective in "blaming Bush" for all things. They beat the drums of despair over the Iraq war every night. They accused our military of atrocities in Haditha. Democrats were lining up from Murtha to Kerry on every Sunday talk shows to do so. All these Democrats that agreed to go to war in Iraq on the intelligence known at the time all flipped flopped because they saw it as a "political" plus. And today not one soldier that was accused of atrocities in Haditha was convicted. What the Hell does that tell you? it should tell you the Democrat party will even sell out our military to gain a vote. People were fed up with Bush because of how the Media reported things. Unfortunately for Bush, he wasn't a conservative. Compassionate Conservative is code for Big Government spending. He pissed the base off of his party with his willingness to increase spending. If he would have cut spending the same time he cut taxes, he would have accomplished much.

    Then you have this black man called Obama that talks about "hope and change". But unfortunately the uninformed masses didn't know exactly what all that "hope and change" really meant. They didn't know he was really talking about Socialism. Spread the wealth and all that jazz. So we went from Bush the "Compassionate Conservative" to Obama who loves Big Government even more. Bottom line .....it can't be sustained. Enough!

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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    I am a huge GWB fan and I hope Jeb runs but I ddon't think he will.
    I doubt it too.
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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    They are both still wet behind the ears Nationally but Martinez fit the right demographic to speak at the Republican Convention..
    Sandoval is very popular in Nevada, so both of these governors could reverse the Western Three States that are Purple--CO, NM, NV..
    Both bought into ACA right away and said it was for their state's citizens, as did Christie.
    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwind View Post
    Nope, not for me, not okay to be President. Perhaps skip him and go for the other two, though I'm unfamiliar and have no opinion of them at this time.
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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    You can add Jeb to your list of VP candidates, especially with his link to a certain demographic..
    He could turn Florida as well as NM, CO and NV..
    I would venture that Paul Ryan delivered ZERO states as an unknown congressman, not even his WIZ.
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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    What do you think of Jeb Bush? I always thought the republicans choose the wrong Bush in 2000. He could deliver FL to the GOP and that would put a dent into the Democrats huge electoral advantage.
    I agree they chose the wrong Bush, but I don't think the country wants another Bush or another Clinton any time soon.
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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwind View Post
    I agree they chose the wrong Bush, but I don't think the country wants another Bush or another Clinton any time soon.
    i don't know. I think Hillary is too old ala Biden. But new blood is probably what this country needs.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    Oh, I think blacks fit into the Good Old Boy Network just fine. As long as there's a penis . . .
    Ah, so a sex based conspiracy theory is possible but not a race based conspiracy theory.
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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Another great interview given by my adopted Senator from ND..
    I still get her web-messages since I donated..she is the greatest, so folksy, in spite of liberal Dems hating her gun stances..
    As she says, she does what she ran on, including ACA..
    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    You know the perfect match up in my world would be Nixon, the Democratic Governor from Missouri vs. Christie. Either of those two I could vote for. It would kind of like the Eisenhower-Stevenson matchup of 52 and 56. Regardless of who won, the country would be in good hands.
    I know you're right on this one, but I can't afford to lose Gov. Nixon from Missouri.
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    Re: Did Hillary Clinton tip her hand on 2016 presidential run?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Hillary has been incompetent in every position she has held but I am afraid a lot of women who are clueless on her position on the issues and all the lies and bungling she has done and vote for her simply because she is a woman. Sad but true.
    But didn't you say, "who cares?" :-)

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