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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    Exactly, since Hillary believes gun control is a state issue you're right in that she won't do **** about guns in terms of being for them or against them, ultimately I'd say that's pretty good.

    That's why I want to see Warren get wiped.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    What's the first POTUS election you'll get to vote in? 2016? If so, and Warren is running, be a proud American and don't pull the lever with her name on it.
    Voting age is 18 right?

    I'll be just a couple months too young at 2016.

    My first vote for POTUS would be 2020.

    However, I will do what I can to educate people on their rights, be that online, IRL, what-have-you. Ultimately they will decide themselves, but they will know that if they vote for Warren their rights may be in danger. The only worry now is that at my age people not taking me seriously as they should.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Declan View Post
    It seldom is a shoe-in for anybody, but on a tangent, I did see my first 2016 bumper sticker this week. It was for Carson.
    Really? That must have been a self-made one given that he hasn't even tossed his hat in yet.

    Living here in NH I tend to see them all before most everyone else. We should start getting official declarations in the next few months, they'll all have an apartment and local office here within a year, and the bumper stickers and signs will start popping up.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    Voting age is 18 right?

    I'll be just a couple months too young at 2016.

    My first vote for POTUS would be 2020.

    However, I will do what I can to educate people on their rights, be that online, IRL, what-have-you. Ultimately they will decide themselves, but they will know that if they vote for Warren their rights may be in danger. The only worry now is that at my age people not taking me seriously as they should.
    If she doesn't toss in for 2016 she'll likely be there in 2020, especially if a Republican wins the WH in 2016.

    I like your thinking.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    I suspect Hillary is still the lead jackass in the pack. Several others have said they are going to jump in. Webb, Biden, even Sanders has toyed with it. If Hilary runs she will need someone like Corey Booker as a potential VP candidate. I think as long as the dems remain viable contenders for the WH in 2016, Warren wont run. 2020 or 2024 will be a very different story.

    I think from a democrats perspective she is a far better candidate than Hillary.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Really? That must have been a self-made one given that he hasn't even tossed his hat in yet.

    Living here in NH I tend to see them all before most everyone else. We should start getting official declarations in the next few months, they'll all have an apartment and local office here within a year, and the bumper stickers and signs will start popping up.
    Said "Carson 2016". Don't know. Looked like it was a print job to me. It was on an Escalade turning into one of the local big money neighborhoods when I spotted it. It took me a minute to process. My first thought was "Who is Carson--Johnny's dead." Then I remembered that black doctor GOP guy and thought "Wow this is going to be a loooooong two years."

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Declan View Post
    Said "Carson 2016". Don't know. Looked like it was a print job to me. It was on an Escalade turning into one of the local big money neighborhoods when I spotted it. It took me a minute to process. My first thought was "Who is Carson--Johnny's dead." Then I remembered that black doctor GOP guy and thought "Wow this is going to be a loooooong two years."
    Johnny. Now that guy would have made one hell of a President. He could play Carnac with Putin's mind.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    I suspect Hillary is still the lead jackass in the pack. Several others have said they are going to jump in. Webb, Biden, even Sanders has toyed with it. If Hilary runs she will need someone like Corey Booker as a potential VP candidate. I think as long as the dems remain viable contenders for the WH in 2016, Warren wont run. 2020 or 2024 will be a very different story.

    I think from a democrats perspective she is a far better candidate than Hillary.
    Hillary will never pick Booker for her VP. He's from NJ, and she's from his neighboring state of NY *cough cough carpetbagger*. Two northeast Liberals, and all that.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Hillary will never pick Booker for her VP. He's from NJ, and she's from his neighboring state of NY *cough cough carpetbagger*. Two northeast Liberals, and all that.
    Location is irrelevant. She needs a minority VP nominee and Booker is the most likely candidate today. It may not BE Booker...which is why I said she needs someone LIKE Booker. It COULD be a Hispanic nominee, but frankly, I think if they prop up a Latino/Latina, it will hurt them with the black voting population).

    Hillary has no credibility when it comes to the war on women (a drum she is going to wear out-but it will have little to no impact). She has no credibility in the black community and will not inspire people to come out to vote (she will already have the die hards in her pocket...what she needs is the casual voters). She has one thing going for her. Her last name. Even her supporters right now (and watch how quickly they jump on and off that rat ship depending on polling) cant even say what they like about her.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren poses a challenge to Hillary in 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Location is irrelevant. She needs a minority VP nominee and Booker is the most likely candidate today. It may not BE Booker...which is why I said she needs someone LIKE Booker. It COULD be a Hispanic nominee, but frankly, I think if they prop up a Latino/Latina, it will hurt them with the black voting population).

    Hillary has no credibility when it comes to the war on women (a drum she is going to wear out-but it will have little to no impact). She has no credibility in the black community and will not inspire people to come out to vote (she will already have the die hards in her pocket...what she needs is the casual voters). She has one thing going for her. Her last name. Even her supporters right now (and watch how quickly they jump on and off that rat ship depending on polling) cant even say what they like about her.
    I was being facetious (and swiping at Hillary) with my comment. I love to point out her carpetbaggery.
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