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    Re: Biggest Liberal ‘Super PAC’ to Fund Possible Clinton Bid

    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelJR View Post
    Dems vote "D". Short of a baby eating, puppy killing, human trafficker...actually no. We have a bunch of criminal politicians in MA that get elected constantly. Democrats vote D. Simple as that. You'd probably have to eat a baby for them not to circle the magic "D".
    Are you kidding me? That would be a resume enhancer.

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    Re: Biggest Liberal ‘Super PAC’ to Fund Possible Clinton Bid

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    The sad part is we have a society that is extremely partisan and of the mindset of "Vote for lesser of two evils" that Hillary actually stands a good chance at being president.
    I think it's too early to know that for any certainty...Clinton hasn't even said whether or not she will run, and we are still 2 years out from the race, and almost 3 from the actual elections....A lot can happen between now and then, plus should American's dis-satisfaction with the Obama administration, as well as demo obstructionism in the Senate continue, any demo is going to have an uphill struggle to get elected.
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    Re: Biggest Liberal ‘Super PAC’ to Fund Possible Clinton Bid

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    I think it's too early to know that for any certainty...Clinton hasn't even said whether or not she will run, and we are still 2 years out from the race, and almost 3 from the actual elections....A lot can happen between now and then, plus should American's dis-satisfaction with the Obama administration, as well as demo obstructionism in the Senate continue, any demo is going to have an uphill struggle to get elected.
    Oh I didn't think it is certain. I just said it is a good chance. The political climate, partisanship, and "Vote for the lesser of two evils" makes it a good chance for Hillary. While the American people may be dis-satisfied with Obama, if the GOP put up a candidate that parades around like a social conservative I see Hillary almost a shoe-in. I will continue, however, to do as I did last election and either vote third party or none-of-the-above. People may not like Obama, but I serisouly doubt the majority would vote for a social conservative over a Dem. That of course is just all my opinion.

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    Re: Biggest Liberal ‘Super PAC’ to Fund Possible Clinton Bid

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Oh I didn't think it is certain. I just said it is a good chance. The political climate, partisanship, and "Vote for the lesser of two evils" makes it a good chance for Hillary.
    Well, you're saying that here, but originally it appeared as though you were saying that "Hillary actually stands a good chance at being president." That is not quite the same thing...

    While the American people may be dis-satisfied with Obama, if the GOP put up a candidate that parades around like a social conservative I see Hillary almost a shoe-in.
    Goodness, can we wait to see if she is going to even run?

    I will continue, however, to do as I did last election and either vote third party or none-of-the-above.
    Good for you.

    People may not like Obama, but I serisouly doubt the majority would vote for a social conservative over a Dem.
    You sell the population short.

    That of course is just all my opinion.
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