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    Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    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.

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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.
    Is this even a serious question? Clinton is not only indisputably far more electable than Elizabeth Warren (who has somehow managed to make herself more feared and hated that Clinton) but is closer in alignment to the political sentiment in the United States than Warren.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    Is this even a serious question? Clinton is not only indisputably far more electable than Elizabeth Warren (who has somehow managed to make herself more feared and hated that Clinton) but is closer in alignment to the political sentiment in the United States than Warren.
    Well sure...but Clinton is, well, kinda nuts, IMO.




    Btw, as of now, 3 of the four that have voted (other then me) either voted for Warren or could not decide.

    Apparently it's not as cut and dried as you seem to think.

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

    Warren is the saner of the two.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by TeleKat View Post
    Warren is the saner of the two.
    That's why I like her better.

    She seems more 'normal' and at least as intelligent.

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

    Warren is more feared and hated by the GOP bagmen than Clinton for many reasons.
    Yes, she does motivate the Democrat base far more than HRC.
    She will also go after Wall Street Capitalist Cronies that I hear Mark Levin types go after every day.
    The Populist wave is growing again as it did 100 years ago .
    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    Is this even a serious question? Clinton is not only indisputably far more electable than Elizabeth Warren (who has somehow managed to make herself more feared and hated that Clinton) but is closer in alignment to the political sentiment in the United States than Warren.
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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Warren is more feared and hated by the GOP bagmen than Clinton for many reasons.
    Yes, she does motivate the Democrat base far more than HRC.
    She will also go after Wall Street Capitalist Cronies that I hear Mark Levin types go after every day.
    The Populist wave is growing again as it did 100 years ago .
    As a suburban Republican I would seriously consider giving my vote to Clinton if Paul, Cruz, Perry, etc were the nominee. Warren is the only candidate who would make me vigorously support any possible Republican alternative. This is obviously only anecdotal but I think you seriously underestimate how polarizing she is among suburban middle-upper middle class voters of all political stripes.

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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.
    Warren, in a heartbeat.

    I was an alternate state delegate for Hillary in 2008. I said then that Obama was the future of the Democratic party, but that America wasn't ready for him, and that was why I was supporting Hillary - I've still got her campaign posters downstairs. I honestly like Obama and I strongly support him (and with what he's accomplished, if he'd had an (R) behind his name, the GOP would be pushing to have his face added to Mt. Rushmore), but I still think I was right - we would have been better off if we'd elected Hillary first.

    Be that as it may, I strongly like Elizabeth Warren better - she is more populist, less apt to be drawn into the weeds by 'triangulation'.

    But then, perhaps the same metric might be applied - America certainly is ready for Hillary as we were six years ago. Is America ready for someone as populist as Warren? I don't know. And as much as we all (including myself) like outsiders and hate Washington insiders, it's the Washington insiders who really know how to get things done in Washington.

    So...perhaps a Hillary/Warren ticket. That's probably best.
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    Re: Better Democratic nominee in 2016 - Hilary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren

    Clinton. I think George W Bush was a mistake and I'm uneasy about Obama. I want someone who isn't inexperienced or ideologically motivated. I feel like Clinton comes closer to meeting that description.

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

    "hated and feared" ? Has this psychological problem become so great ?
    Scary , if so .I like Mrs Warren, but as to her electability .. I think not ..hope I am wrong about this ..
    Mr Sanders , I like as well ..both of us are "Independents" .
    And, who cares about some dumb quarterback - or whatever ..
    This is serious...We badly need a "great unifier" ..the better world will have to wait ... sadly ..
    Last edited by earthworm; 08-22-14 at 12:23 PM.

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