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

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    Biden is dumber then a rock...
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    I actually preferred Biden to Obama by a mile. FAR more experienced and though he can sometimes say some dumb things, he himself is not dumb. He also, like Hillary, has been around long enough to know how to work with others across the board. This has been Obama's biggest failing.
    No argument there. Hillary is a very divisive figure, but I suspect she wouldn't be as rigid as Obama when it comes to dealing with her opponents in congress. Particularly if Bill is giving her political advice and not jetting around the globe chasing skirts. Bill Clinton was, after all, one of the more successful presidents of the modern age so his influence on a Hillary presidency is the only thing that might make it palatable. But both Hillary and Biden have the burden of being seen as a continuation of the Obama presidency. That is going to be a hard sell Im afraid.

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

    Great idea to vote for Hillary, you are heading to another 8 years of glory.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    All I want is for once in your life to make a decision on and issue....
    All I want is for once in your life to see that there might be more than two sides to an issue, or two answers to a question.

    I don't make decisions blindly if I can avoid it. In this case, I'll wait to see who's running before deciding whether I'll vote for Hillary, assuming she gets the nomination.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Where exactly would her Presidential library be? If that question doesn't have an obvious answer...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Great response...I forgot to say he is a lecherous old man who can't keep his hands off other mens wives.
    Oh the hypocrisy and the irony here.....coming from a man who took to this board to brag about boinking another man's wife while her husband was out serving our country. Have you no shame Navy?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    It is a year and a half till the election. Plenty of time to decide by then, no reason to rush out and decide now. With that said, I would lean towards favoring her over any of the other candidates or presumed candidates that I know of. That of course is subject to change as events dictate. It is silly to decide who you will vote for this far from the election.
    Unless she's has someone like Obama to Challenge her, she will be the nominee. Unless you're going to vote third party or gasp.. the GOP candidate, then your answer is....?
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by polgara View Post
    Greetings, bubba.

    Margaret Thatcher was elected as Prime Minister of England at age 54. She served three terms and retired at age 65. Hillary was born in 1947, so if she wins the election for POTUS in 2016, she will be 69 years old when she starts her term. Age discrimination is against the law, but the office of POTUS is probably the most grueling job in the world, and I question why she would even consider putting herself through that. For the fame and glory, or the distinction of being the first woman POTUS?

    Whatever she feels she wants to do is her decision to make, of course, but we have seen how the job ages even younger people, and I am surprised she is even running, since she has said many times in the past that she was not interested. Perhaps she meant "at the time she was asked." People can change their minds, so I would say "Go For It If It's Important To You," but she, or anyone else,
    is certainly going to have their hands full with all the problems BHO will leave to whoever wins the election.
    I wouldn't wish that on anyone... not at this point with all the globe in turmoil! I doubt that Solomon, who is reputed to have been the wisest man who ever lived, would find that task easy....

    The next 18 months should be interesting, to say the least!
    True ... unless, like Obama, she believes as he does that many of those "problems" aren't really "problems". Especially those that still carry her fingerprints from her SofS era.

    She may not be as radical as Obama (that remains to be seen) but I have to repeat that we need to dissuade ourselves from the notion that just because Obama didn't approach the goals of his Office the way we had traditionally expected of Presidents (most of the Country, anyway), doesn't mean he hasn't gotten exactly the results he wanted.

    After all, during his campaigns, didn't Obama run on slogans completely opposite to how he governed?
    Hillary's not immune from that.
    She just doesn't have the diehard fanbase, media base, & personal skillset to carry it off as well as he has.
    But she would still have a die(ing)hard fanbase & somewhat strong media base.
    Better never than late.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Great idea to vote for Hillary, you are heading to another 8 years of glory.
    Actually if she's half the president Bill was we will be fine. Besides you know you want to see Bill in a dress!
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