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  • Rand Paul

    28 45.90%
  • Hillary Clinton

    22 36.07%
  • Wasted third party vote?

    11 18.03%
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Thread: Hillary or Paul

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    Hillary or Paul

    Hillary is clearly the democrats choice, and Paul has the only available nod from the Republican side. Assuming they are the R and D nominees who wins your vote?

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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    Neither, and it isn't a wasted vote, it is the DNC and RNC putting up wasted candidates. So I refuse to take part in your obviously partisan poll by voting your idiotic third choice.

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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    It is far too early to assume either will be their party's nominee.
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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    I vote Rand, despite my illogical need to get the first female president out of the way (yes I voted for Obama because he was black, despite my political opposition)
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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    Out of those two, Clinton. But it's way too early to assume who is going to be nominated, wasn't Herman Cain dominating the polls in late 2011?
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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    Back in 2011 I went on record saying that Obama should be a one termer and Clinton should have been the candidate in 2012. Now the question will be if she waited too long.

    Rand Paul symbolizes a disease which would destroy America just as an infection can kill its host. If the GOP picks him in 2016 it will be a repeat of the 64 Goldwater debacle up and down the ticket from coast to coast everywhere except the south and a few western states like Idaho and Wyoming.

    Clinton would beat Paul by at least a dozen points in the popular vote.
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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    The GOP is still a two-horse race, in spite of bridgegate.
    Christie will slaughter Paul in debates.
    And TEAs will split their vote in early primaries.

    Nothing has changed.
    It's still Mrs. Clinton's if she wants it .
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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    I'd willingly (not enthusiastically, but willingly) pull the lever for Rand Paul.

    I'm still not convinced that Hillary will be the democrat nominee. While I think she'd be a popular choice on the left I have a sneaking suspicion that they'll push for Elizabeth Warren.

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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    I definitely believe Hillary is to old and has to much baggage and if he is the nominee he could clean her clock but sadly the GOP will mess it up.
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    Re: Hillary or Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    I definitely believe Hillary is to old and has to much baggage and if he is the nominee he could clean her clock but sadly the GOP will mess it up.
    Just like you predicted Romney would clean the clock with Obama

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