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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    Yeah, I mean, that's the point. And of course the GOP can't offer anyone that isn't either GW's brother or some right-wing extremist, so they're out. So, Hillary is really the only -(cough) qualified enough for the job. Boy I wish Colin Powell would run. I'd vote for him in a second - he is qualified.one
    I certainly will not be voting for GW's brother, however where do you get that silly right wing extremist nonsense? Do you feel that any candidate who holds mainstream conservative values is a right wing extremist? Or just anyone who is not a democrat? Democrat president and icon John Fitzgerald Kennedy would be a tea party candidate by today's standards.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    It's gotten to the point with republicans that they bash the dems in undignified manner, so much so that they are out of touch with reality and given to hyperbole. On Obamacare, during the congressional session prior to the vote, the repubs told us Ocare would destroy business in the US in 5 years, it was a lie. They have lost credibility in the attempt to see how dastardly an insult they can hurl at Obama (like his "failure to lead"). I wouldn't say Obama has been a great president, but he has been better than Bush.

    And to the repubs, your vitriolic insults degrade yourselves, and cause me to believe that you do it because you really don't have a plan that you can demonstrate to people will work (and that is a LOT different than just saying you have a plan). If the repubs would talk about plans and why they will work, they may get me back, but not until. And balancing the budget on the backs of the poor is not a viable plan. It will work like private industry off-shoring jobs to India and China; it will weaken the purchasing power of america and keep us in the same slow growth cycle we've been in. I don't want to live in India, and I don't want the US to become India with its widespread poverty.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by ObamacareFail View Post
    Since I have no clue what your ages is, I will only point out that anyone who was around and of adult age will tell you that Reagan had charisma. He was known as the "great communicator". He was able to connect with Americans. It's how he managed to win two landslide presidential elections. Hillary does not have that. Her husband "slick willy" er I mean Bill does....however he is not the one running for 2016.



    I think she just feels entitled. Yes....she will attempt to play up the gender thang....first so-called viable woman candidate. However while the democrats may be nave enough to coronate her with the dem nomination, I don't think she can pull it off in the fall classic. American voters are suffering from dynasty fatigue.


    I hated Reagan then and even I admitted he had charisma in spades. That stand on the bumpers move illustrated that in spades. Then add class; immediately after being shot in the hospital jokes to the surgeons "Please be Republicans" cracking everyone up is not something you would ever see from a Clinton and especially a drama queen who invents sniper fire.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Powell Is a RNO who voted forOBAMA...I think we have good candidates.
    It's funny that he is talking up Powell. It was not that long ago that the libruls were referring to Powell as an "uncle tom" merely because he was a cabinet official in a republican administration.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    I hated Reagan then and even I admitted he had charisma in spades. That stand on the bumpers move illustrated that in spades. Then add class; immediately after being shot in the hospital jokes to the surgeons "Please be Republicans" cracking everyone up is not something you would ever see from a Clinton and especially a drama queen who invents sniper fire.
    Reagan also recognized Canadian class. You probably remember the speech by Gordon Sinclair in 73: snopes.com: Gordon Sinclair 'The Americans'

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by finebead View Post
    It's gotten to the point with republicans that they bash the dems in undignified manner, so much so that they are out of touch with reality and given to hyperbole. On Obamacare, during the congressional session prior to the vote, the repubs told us Ocare would destroy business in the US in 5 years, it was a lie. They have lost credibility in the attempt to see how dastardly an insult they can hurl at Obama (like his "failure to lead"). I wouldn't say Obama has been a great president, but he has been better than Bush.

    And to the repubs, your vitriolic insults degrade yourselves, and cause me to believe that you do it because you really don't have a plan that you can demonstrate to people will work (and that is a LOT different than just saying you have a plan). If the repubs would talk about plans and why they will work, they may get me back, but not until. And balancing the budget on the backs of the poor is not a viable plan. It will work like private industry off-shoring jobs to India and China; it will weaken the purchasing power of america and keep us in the same slow growth cycle we've been in. I don't want to live in India, and I don't want the US to become India with its widespread poverty.


    You mean like Harry Reid slandering Romney on the floor of the senate? Like Obama walking into office and declaring all Republicans "enemies"?

    Or like our pal Reid again calling Republicans "terrorists". Personally I thought "jihadist" really captured the true spirit of respect for an opponent.

    Or how about the laughing fit over a brown infant among the Romney's, playing "Mexican" music for senator Ted Cruz.

    Another favorite has been "slut" hurled at Sarah Palin, "whore" was admirable as well as is the fact any given day we might see some moron creating a thread about her family.

    When it comes to high moral ground on "undignified" the Democrats are looking up, way up.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    I won't vote in the poll because I don't like the idea of being labeled a Hillary voter (which should tell you everything bc I'm a millennial) and I'm certainly not voting for a fat old Miami conservative who moved to Miami essentially so he could live in "Latino World" with his short little Mexican wife. Hell no to that. No thank you.

    Hillary isn't wanted by the "inner Left". The Democratic party is a political plantation operative and Hillary can't get out any of the plantations factions to the polls.

    -She can't get out the Black Vote (Rich white lady!?)

    -She can't get out the Latino vote (Rich white lady!?)

    -She can't get out the "Male-Anything vote" (Rich ugly white lady!?)

    -She can't get out the white suburban woman vote (Bills Affairs!?)

    All she can get out from the DNC voter blocs are Gays, Jews and unmarried educated women. (All very small numerical voting blocs). The inner Left isn't happy about this and never will be. It's why Obama was chosen over her. I don't think many will vote for her outside those three voting blocs and that means a loss to the fat Miami pseudo conservative Catholic "Latino World" guy.

    To me Hillary's only chance is if Jeb Bush succumbs to age-related illness before she does. Both candidates are terrible IMO. A Lechers wife and a fat Miami moderate who loves Latinos. What dismal options.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by ObamacareFail View Post
    Reagan also recognized Canadian class. You probably remember the speech by Gordon Sinclair in 73: snopes.com: Gordon Sinclair 'The Americans'
    You should hear it!
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    Gordon Sinclair was Lorne Green's understudy, yes Bonanza Lorne Green who started his career at CBC

    The CBC gave him the nickname "The Voice of Canada"; however, his role in delivering distressing war news in sonorous tones with his deep, resonant voice following Canada's entry into World War II in 1939 caused many listeners to call him "The Voice of Doom",
    Lorne Greene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Sinc was as deep and doomy, had a set of pipes that could rattle windows. He read it cold. He wrote it as a last minute rant after hearing some leftist whine about America. And it came at a time when Canada and the US were really in sync. Looking back probably the best years.

    It became a number one hit again in the days following 911 and we had American guests in our homes.

    Sinclair was a near god to me. I had the honor of covering a lecture of his and interviewing him, I picked the crap out of my pants later. He was a character too, insisted on wearing a kilt, called Brian Mulroney a "slow learner with a fast mouth" and is said to have gotten into a drunken brawl with a one time solicitor general of Canada. My kind of journalist.

    I particularly love this:

    You talk about scandals, and the Americans put theirs right in the store window for everybody to look at. Even their draft-dodgers are not pursued and hounded. They are here on our streets, and most of them, unless they are breaking Canadian laws, are getting American dollars from ma and pa at home to spend here.
    We, all of us, were rather proud to see The Gipper and our prime minister singing "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and singing it well. Even I felt pride and I despised the policies of both men, then.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as our next President? [W:302]

    Quote Originally Posted by ObamacareFail View Post
    Reagan also recognized Canadian class. You probably remember the speech by Gordon Sinclair in 73: snopes.com: Gordon Sinclair 'The Americans'
    Found the visual..


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

    Quote Originally Posted by Logicman View Post
    I recommend the Democrats do something different this time, and go find someone with some moral integrity, and leave Hillary, Obama, Pelosi, and all who think and act like them at home.
    It amazes me to see supposed "Christians" lining up with right-wing conservative Republicans. Because what was one of Jesus's most repeated and stressed lessons in The Gospels? That wealth is a barrier to heaven. And yet that central, core message has been banished from this "Christian" nation that treats its poor worse than any other developed nation. Republicans scorn the poor and lavish all their attention and policy preferences on the rich and powerful. And then they dare to brandish their Bibles in our faces.

    Jesus had real contempt for hypocrites. The definition of a hypocrite is one who pretends to follow in Jesus's path while making a mockery of what he taught.

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