View Poll Results: Better Democratic candidate in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren?

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Quote Originally Posted by pphhrogg View Post
    You might want to learn the correct spelling of "Hillary".
    the best words for her don't make it through the auto censor



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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    Not to mention it can be argued that Clinton at least has some [secondhand] governing experience. Warren has absolutely none.
    she's a complete scumbag. So is Hildabeast but at least Bill might keep a leash on her more hateful proclivities



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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Warren is far superior but it'll be Hillary who's the nominee. She has the $$$$$$$$ and owed debts.

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    I fail to see the difference between obama = warren = hillary

    I find it humorous people say they are fed up with obama yet want to vote for hillary or warren.

    Paul has my vote today. Ill reassess come election time

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Quote Originally Posted by DA60 View Post
    Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren?


    I am not a fan or either (nor am I either Dem or Rep)...but I am just curious who most people would choose if they were the only choices?





    Btw, if I had to choose, I would go with Warren.
    It's a tough question. I think Warren has what it takes to be brave and call for things that may not make everyone happy but are necessary. But, as we know, most of a president's job is foreign policy, and though I don't think Hilary did the best job as Secretary of State, she has the foreign policy experience at least. Although neither are my pick for 2016, I just like Warren a lot better on a personal level. I couldn't vote for her for POTUS, but I like her well enough.

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

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    I will not be voting for any Republican for president in 2016.

    If the Democrats run Hillary Clinton, I'll vote for the Green Party. I voted for Jill Stein in the 2012 presidential election.

    A Clinton/Warren ticket might sway me but that just isn't going to happen.


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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Quote Originally Posted by polisciguy View Post
    It's a tough question. I think Warren has what it takes to be brave and call for things that may not make everyone happy but are necessary. But, as we know, most of a president's job is foreign policy, and though I don't think Hilary did the best job as Secretary of State, she has the foreign policy experience at least. Although neither are my pick for 2016, I just like Warren a lot better on a personal level. I couldn't vote for her for POTUS, but I like her well enough.
    She was plenty brave to dishonestly refer to herself as a native american.

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Quote Originally Posted by Sabanist View Post
    She was plenty brave to dishonestly refer to herself as a native american.
    I didn't hear about this. What a shame.

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Whole story here.

    http://elizabethwarrenwiki.org/eliza...e-controversy/

    And you not hearing about it ishould be discussed in the bias in the media forum. Of course you wouldnt hear about it anywhere other than fox news. But its labeled as right wing mouthpiece. Even if what they say is spot on

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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Warren says she isn't running for President in 2016. Thank God.

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren disavows 2016 presidential draft effort - CBS News

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