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  • Hillary Clinton

    14 30.43%
  • Elizabeth Warren

    32 69.57%
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    Re: For Democratic voters

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    Re: For Democratic voters

    I have to say I am a little surprised by the results of this poll.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    I have to say I am a little surprised by the results of this poll.
    Why? Elizabeth Warren is much more liberal and consistent with Democratic ideals than Hilary. Despite your attempts to paint Hilary as an ultra-left wing liberal, the reality is that both Hilary and Bill are centrist moderate Democrats, which is why they have fairly broad appeal with moderates and independents. Given the choice, I would much prefer Warren, but if I am voting on electability, my money would be on Hilary. There really is no surprise here unless you don't follow positions and politics other than superficially.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Why? Elizabeth Warren is much more liberal and consistent with Democratic ideals than Hilary. Despite your attempts to paint Hilary as an ultra-left wing liberal, the reality is that both Hilary and Bill are centrist moderate Democrats, which is why they have fairly broad appeal with moderates and independents. Given the choice, I would much prefer Warren, but if I am voting on electability, my money would be on Hilary. There really is no surprise here unless you don't follow positions and politics other than superficially.
    Yup, I would agree with this, especially the part about Bill & Hill being moderate centrists. I've heard Dick Morris also say many times that Bill was a true, hardened centrist at heart and would have governed very much in the center if not for pressure, although technically I would say for the most part he DID govern from the center. I think she is very much the same.

    Warren IMO is very much a Liberal.

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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Why? Elizabeth Warren is much more liberal and consistent with Democratic ideals than Hilary. Despite your attempts to paint Hilary as an ultra-left wing liberal, the reality is that both Hilary and Bill are centrist moderate Democrats, which is why they have fairly broad appeal with moderates and independents. Given the choice, I would much prefer Warren, but if I am voting on electability, my money would be on Hilary. There really is no surprise here unless you don't follow positions and politics other than superficially.
    And she has conviction. I don't think she has a chance of getting elected, but it would be fun to watch.

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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Hillary clinton as President, and Warren as VP...

    Its not even a choice, Warren can't beat Clinton and Liz knows that, that's why she keeps telling people she won't run...

    Warren doesn't have the money Clinton has, nor the name recognition, or the experience, or the political power, and clout...

    Basically what im saying is Warren is a poor mans Clinton

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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by Juanita View Post
    Well she didn't travel thousands of miles to 112 countries for nothing. She was very active and was a good promoter of human rights throughout the world, especially women's rights. She is a bit more hawkish than Obama, but I like that.
    Problem is, all the effort expended, all those air miles, all those expenses expended, and not a single dam thing to show for it. Even her ardent supporters admit this.

    How's that any different than an extended world air tour vacation? (Travel a lot, accomplish nothing substantive) All at the tax payer's expense!
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by ARTHUR 1976 View Post
    Hillary clinton as President, and Warren as VP...

    Its not even a choice, Warren can't beat Clinton and Liz knows that, that's why she keeps telling people she won't run...

    Warren doesn't have the money Clinton has, nor the name recognition, or the experience, or the political power, and clout...

    Basically what im saying is Warren is a poor mans Clinton

    You ever hear of Obama?

    28-12 looks like most lefties in DP disagree with you my left wing friend.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    [QUOTE=ARTHUR 1976;1063565565]Hillary clinton as President, and Warren as VP...

    Its not even a choice, Warren can't beat Clinton and Liz knows that, that's why she keeps telling people she won't run...

    Warren doesn't have the money Clinton has, nor the name recognition, or the experience, or the political power, and clout...




    That is an interesting idea, but I feel that she can be more productive in Congress for now.. Maybe in eight years she will be ready to run for president...

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    Re: For Democratic voters

    [QUOTE=Juanita;1063566731]
    Quote Originally Posted by ARTHUR 1976 View Post
    Hillary clinton as President, and Warren as VP...

    Its not even a choice, Warren can't beat Clinton and Liz knows that, that's why she keeps telling people she won't run...

    Warren doesn't have the money Clinton has, nor the name recognition, or the experience, or the political power, and clout...




    That is an interesting idea, but I feel that she can be more productive in Congress for now.. Maybe in eight years she will be ready to run for president...
    How do you explain the landslide vote for Warren in DP then???
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