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    For Democratic voters

    Assuming they both run, whod do you favor in the 2016 race?
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    If forced to pick between the two, Clinton without any hesitation. While either would make me consider a Republican candidate, Warren would force me to to vote for an establishment republican.

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    Re: For Democratic voters

    You left out Mickey Mouse.



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    Re: For Democratic voters

    The democrat bench looks a lot stronger to me for which they get credit. John Kerry, Chuck Schumer, Antonio Villaraigosa, Rahm Emanuel, Deval Patrick, Andrew Cuomo, John de Jongh, Tom Harkin, Patrick Leahy, Bill Nelsen, Julian Castro, Howard Dean. All of these guys look pretty impressive and I've never heard any of them recite Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss from the floor of the United States Senate. Some people act like Hillary is the Democrat's only hope. I agree the nomination is hers if she wants it but I think the GOP's chances of winning the White House in 2016 would still be pretty grim even without her.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Assuming they both run, whod do you favor in the 2016 race?
    Between the two, Elizabeth Warren. Why? Because we need someone who has shown enough intestinal fortitude to directly take on Wall Street. Hillary hasn't...and it's been a long time since anyone on the Republican side could do so without being rhetorically tarred and feathered by the Republican base.

    But if Warren lost the primary race, then I'd dust out my old Hillary campaign signs that I still have downstairs, and I'd still happily vote for her.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by Smeagol View Post
    The democrat bench looks a lot stronger to me for which they get credit. John Kerry, Chuck Schumer, Antonio Villaraigosa, Rahm Emanuel, Deval Patrick, Andrew Cuomo, John de Jongh, Tom Harkin, Patrick Leahy, Bill Nelsen, Julian Castro, Howard Dean. All of these guys look pretty impressive and I've never heard any of them recite Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss from the floor of the United States Senate. Some people act like Hillary is the Democrat's only hope. I agree the nomination is hers if she wants it but I think the GOP's chances of winning the White House in 2016 would still be pretty grim even without her.
    It is my opinion that Hillary may be the easiest nominee to beat and I use the term easiest very loosely here as I also think any democratic nominee in 2016 will be the favorite. Now those known to be interested in the nomination are Clinton, Biden, Warren, Cuomo, O'Malley and Schweitzer. But Hillary has plenty of baggage and the independent voter only gives here a 41% favorable rating with a 48% unfavorable. Hillary is so well known I doubt if those numbers change much.

    Contrast Hillary's number with Warrens among independents, 21% favorable 13% unfavorable. But with 64% either undecided or haven't ever heard of her, Warren could improve immensely or she could tank. There is a ton of unknowns about Warren whereas much not is unknown about Clinton.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    10, 9, 8, 7, Waiting for the follow up post of NP to fantasize about Hillary Clinton's ankles
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    You mean the woman with the 2 ft ankles?

    For some reason some men get as excited about Hillary's ankles as a group of gay blind nudists at a wiener roast.

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    Warren, no questions asked. I will not vote for Hillary Clinton under any circumstances.
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    It is my opinion that Hillary may be the easiest nominee to beat and I use the term easiest very loosely here as I also think any democratic nominee in 2016 will be the favorite. Now those known to be interested in the nomination are Clinton, Biden, Warren, Cuomo, O'Malley and Schweitzer. But Hillary has plenty of baggage and the independent voter only gives here a 41% favorable rating with a 48% unfavorable. Hillary is so well known I doubt if those numbers change much.

    Contrast Hillary's number with Warrens among independents, 21% favorable 13% unfavorable. But with 64% either undecided or haven't ever heard of her, Warren could improve immensely or she could tank. There is a ton of unknowns about Warren whereas much not is unknown about Clinton.
    'Scuse me? You think Hillary's the easiest Dem nominee to beat? Do you live in Colorado or Washington? 'Cause you're smoking some really good stuff....
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    Re: For Democratic voters

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Contrarian View Post
    'Scuse me? You think Hillary's the easiest Dem nominee to beat? Do you live in Colorado or Washington? 'Cause you're smoking some really good stuff....
    A good chunk of her own party doesn't like her. She has extremely heavy baggage whereas Warren is the Democratic sweetheart. I see a Hillary Clinton nomination, if she can manage to get it, driving rifts in the party between the Country Club Dems and the so-called "Anti-Corporatists."

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