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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

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    Since sarcasm relies on facial expression, as well as tone and inflection of voice, I'd say so.



    Although Gates may have made the list in part due to donations, the rest didn't, so I think donations has little to do with it.



    So you don't like the Koch Bros. donations, and I don't like Soros....Shocking. Beyond that, what people do with their money, is their business. I think the difference between you and I in this, is that you think that people have some obligation to donate to charities you deem worthy for you to like them, I prefer to look at more than that.
    I think Gates made that list based on his work with other countries for the betterment of their people. I never stated that I like Soros.

    And the it's not the charities that I disagree with, it's the idea behind the charity.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    This is exactly what I was thinking of. Don't you find it a bit dishonest to be so worried about Obama in HS, but not Limbaugh a few years ago.

    It only matters D or R to you.


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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    I believe the term would be recovered addict, but do I think an addict can get elected? Obama is in office right now, in his second term, and he used drugs. As for me voting for a demo addict, I wouldn't vote for a demo, so.....
    The proper terminology is that you are "in recovery" but never "recovered." There is no such thing as a "recovered addict." At least you know what matters to you - D or R. D's doing drugs = bad, R's = Okey-dokey.

    Beyond which, my point is that it would make an easy target for Clinton. But she's not running against Rush anyway, so it doesn't matter. IF he were the candidate, his mouth is a bigger problem than drugs.


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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    This is exactly what I was thinking of. Don't you find it a bit dishonest to be so worried about Obama in HS, but not Limbaugh a few years ago.

    It only matters D or R to you.

    It isn't about the R and D, it's about the President and the Private citizen. I wouldn't want Rush Limbaugh running the country either, and was dubious about Bush's history with substance abuse.

    The lack of self control evident in substance abuse becomes a serious problem when they are handed that much power to wield.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    It isn't about the R and D, it's about the President and the Private citizen. I wouldn't want Rush Limbaugh running the country either, and was dubious about Bush's history with substance abuse.

    The lack of self control evident in substance abuse becomes a serious problem when they are handed that much power to wield.
    I agree that it becomes a problem when they have power, but I suspect we're reaching a point where it doesn't matter if they ever used drugs. More which drugs and how long ago.


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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    The proper terminology is that you are "in recovery" but never "recovered." There is no such thing as a "recovered addict." At least you know what matters to you - D or R. D's doing drugs = bad, R's = Okey-dokey.

    Beyond which, my point is that it would make an easy target for Clinton. But she's not running against Rush anyway, so it doesn't matter. IF he were the candidate, his mouth is a bigger problem than drugs.
    Wow, way to tell me what I think...Careful with that, it may surprise you.

    Rush is as much entertainer as he is political blow hard. You just can't stand him because he attacks pols, and people that you are like minded with. But, would you say that Limbaugh's mouth is as big a problem, as say a Malloy's?
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Wow, way to tell me what I think...Careful with that, it may surprise you.

    Rush is as much entertainer as he is political blow hard. You just can't stand him because he attacks pols, and people that you are like minded with. But, would you say that Limbaugh's mouth is as big a problem, as say a Malloy's?
    I barely even know who Malloy is, but probably.


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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I barely even know who Malloy is, but probably.
    Ok, then we are even....I don't listen to Limbaugh btw, I'm more an XM Radio guy.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    Yes, least respected among a list of 10 people. All she has to do is be more respected than whoever else runs. None of whom are on that list.

    I'm sure Hillary would welcome the chance to run against a drug addicted loudmouth.
    I think you make a good point as far as the election is concerned in 2016. So I went inside a PPP poll and found the favorability ratings just among independent voters. I am assuming most Republicans would favor any Republican candidate and any Democrat would favor any Democratic Candidate.

    These numbers are just for independents and independents only, no Republicans or Democrats. I didn’t bother with the didn’t know/unsure column.
    Name Favorable unfavorable
    Biden…….29………………57
    Jeb Bush..26………………38
    Christie….46………………28* These numbers taken before bridgegate
    Clinton…..34……………..55
    Cruz………..29…………….38
    Huckabee..39…………….30
    Paul…………40…………….33
    Warren…….19……………32

    For me among independents, the biggest surprise is the positive numbers for Rand Paul.

    How independents would vote in election match ups
    Christie 49 Clinton 26* Again this is prior to bridgegate
    Jeb Bush 42 Clinton 36
    Cruz 43 Clinton 40
    Huckabee 43 Clinton 39
    Paul 47 Clinton 37

    The above numbers are for independent voters only and gives you a chance to see how someone favorable/unfavorable ratings correspond to how they would vote if the election were today.

    Also one must keep in mind that in party affiliation Democrats hold a 30% to 24% lead, so even with these numbers for independents Clinton wins each matchup when all voters or total voters are taken into consideration. The only exception to this was with Christie who won 45-42 among all voters, but again this was before bridgegate.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
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    Don't burn them at both ends, either.
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