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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawdust View Post
    Should the corrupt elderly Mrs. Clinton be elected, she would be 70 years old upon taking office.
    We would have gone the last forty six years with either a Clinton or Bush in the executive branch. It's time for new blood and an end to the Clinton and Bush dynasties.
    Yet you guys always give a pass to Reagan's age--since he turned 70 on Feb. 6th, 1981 .
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Yet you guys always give a pass to Reagan's age--since he turned 70 on Feb. 6th, 1981 .
    we can turn that around and note that lots of Clinton fluffers whined about Reagan's age.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    If you're big government, you'd be crazy not to vote for Hill, right? What's centrist about being big government?
    Trust me, it makes sense.

    Big government centrism or conservatism. In the States, they refer to my tendencies as neoconservative (in domestic policy), with much to compare in terms of Rockefeller Republicanism. In Europe, I would be a Disraeli or One Nation conservative.

    While I am pretty minority conscious, I'm not a fan of Left-wing protest strategies, I do not have much sympathy with green politics, I'm more of the realist school in foreign policy, I consider myself a fellow-traveler in terms of the conservative education accountability movement (meaning, you might find me as providing indifferent support for Common Core, checking the influence of teacher unions, requiring the collection of broad chunks of data, and using standardized testing to gauge performance), I believe in utilizing a number of social conservative viewpoints, and have little interest in trying to upend the influence of the rich (that being said, I'm not exactly wanting to expand it either).

    Whereas progressive liberals and populist conservatives seem to abhor the status-quo and somehow believe the world has gone to ****, I find myself rather pleased with the way things are. Reforms are necessary, to be sure, but I find much of the political conversation in this country to be overexaggerated.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    I would have preferred Hillary to Obama in 2008. Pretty sure I said so here at DP. As of now? Her age certainly concerns me. So did Reagan's. I'd prefer to wait and see who the candidates are on both sides of the ticket. Heck, I might just run again, too.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Rewriting history is always the best way to solve today's problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    we can turn that around and note that lots of Clinton fluffers whined about Reagan's age.
    At least you don't see lefties throwing around moronic nonsense like this:

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    I would rather have in the oval office than Carpetbagging Cankles
    After all, it was the right-wing Wall Street Journal who coined the phrase "Kamikaze Kruz" >
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Trust me, it makes sense.

    Big government centrism or conservatism. In the States, they refer to my tendencies as neoconservative (in domestic policy), with much to compare in terms of Rockefeller Republicanism. In Europe, I would be a Disraeli or One Nation conservative.

    While I am pretty minority conscious, I'm not a fan of Left-wing protest strategies, I do not have much sympathy with green politics, I'm more of the realist school in foreign policy, I consider myself a fellow-traveler in terms of the conservative education accountability movement (meaning, you might find me as providing indifferent support for Common Core, checking the influence of teacher unions, requiring the collection of broad chunks of data, and using standardized testing to gauge performance), I believe in utilizing a number of social conservative viewpoints, and have little interest in trying to upend the influence of the rich (that being said, I'm not exactly wanting to expand it either).

    Whereas progressive liberals and populist conservatives seem to abhor the status-quo and somehow believe the world has gone to ****, I find myself rather pleased with the way things are. Reforms are necessary, to be sure, but I find much of the political conversation in this country to be overexaggerated.
    Sounds like the words of a comfortable man.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Rewriting history is always the best way to solve today's problems.



    At least you don't see lefties throwing around moronic nonsense like this:



    After all, it was the right-wing Wall Street Journal who coined the phrase "Kamikaze Kruz" >
    I see lefties throwing around all sorts of crap. Like claiming Bush was responsible for 9-11. Like claiming Bush was too stupid to be president. Like Claiming Cheney ran the country. LIke Claiming Laura Bush murdered her ex boyfriend. Like claiming 9-11 was an inside job. Do you actually read this board? admittedly you weren't here when Bush was in office. You weren't here during the first term of Obama where his fluffers were blaming every screw up on Bush
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by opendebate View Post
    Sounds like the words of a comfortable man.
    Politically, yes. Financially, no. As a minority, not really, but getting there.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I see lefties throwing around all sorts of crap. Like claiming Bush was responsible for 9-11. Like claiming Bush was too stupid to be president. Like Claiming Cheney ran the country. LIke Claiming Laura Bush murdered her ex boyfriend. Like claiming 9-11 was an inside job. Do you actually read this board? admittedly you weren't here when Bush was in office. You weren't here during the first term of Obama where his fluffers were blaming every screw up on Bush
    Moronic hacks from each side have said some pretty stupid things. I was around here when Bush was President. Saw a lot of the stupidity of which you speak spewed by lefties. Currently, I see tons of stupidity spewed by righties about Obama. If the next President is a lefty, I expect more of the same. If the next President is a righty, it'll revert back to how it was during the Bush years. Hacks will be hacks. They don't care about anything, their party, the US, nothing. All they care about is blaming the other guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    This is what I hate about politics the most, it turns people in snobbish egotistical self righteous dicks who allow their political beliefs, partisan attitudes, and 'us vs. them' mentality, to force them to deny reality.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Yet you guys always give a pass to Reagan's age--since he turned 70 on Feb. 6th, 1981 .
    I think the difference is that it was a different era. Old white men ran everything in 1980 and Reagan didn't seem 'out of touch' with what was going on. Today, change happens in an instant and technology can make a middle-ager seem over the hill. In a world that demands the fresh and the new and the latest, Hillary doesn't pass the test. Seriously, how many grandmothers do you know that are in touch with modern times and modern technology? Hell, Clinton cant seem to juggle two phones at the State Department. Its not that 70 is too old to govern. It might be that 70 is to old to be elected to govern. I don't think her age is an infirmity in leadership, and may in fact be an asset, but I don't know that enough people look at things that way. Hillary standing next to a young, energetic opponent will bring back images of an ancient McCain standing next to a young, energetic Obama. She will get 47% of the vote, but she wont win.

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