View Poll Results: Who is most likely to run in 2012 or 2016

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  • Jeb Bush

    2 4.65%
  • Bobby Jindal

    5 11.63%
  • Hillary Clinton

    9 20.93%
  • David Petraeus

    3 6.98%
  • Mitt Romney

    14 32.56%
  • None of the above

    10 23.26%
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Thread: Elections 2012 & 2016

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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Can I see where Petraus mulled about running?
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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    The most well liked conservative in America will run, Sarah Palin.

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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Hillary has already said she won't run again, Jeb Bush? Oh hell no.
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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by sazerac View Post
    The most well liked conservative in America will run, Sarah Palin.
    Yuck. There goes the Republic.
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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    My thoughts: Clinton will not run. She's had her chance, and I think she realizes that. She'd just be seen as desperate. Also, she'd be too old in 2016.

    Romney will run again. So will Huckabee. They both got too close to not want to go again, and there's no good reason for them not to.

    Jindal will surely run in 2016. The base loves him, so there'll be a lot of noise.

    Bush? NO chance in hell.
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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Romney.

    Republicans have a tendency to nominate whoever is next in line. Who will that be in 2012? Romney or Palin. I think Romney could easily trounce her in the primaries, and is the most likely nominee for 2012.
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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Romney.

    Republicans have a tendency to nominate whoever is next in line. Who will that be in 2012? Romney or Palin. I think Romney could easily trounce her in the primaries, and is the most likely nominee for 2012.
    Republicans even seemed to think that it was Hillary's turn and that Obama stole it from her.

    It's funny, nobody was more hated by the republicans and now they defend her saying stuff like, "at least she's a real American and cares about the country."

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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Prediction: Obama wins 2008 election.

    2012 Democrats: Obama unopposed by serious competitors.
    2012 Republicans: Romney, Huckabee, Petraeus, Palin, Crist, Pawlenty, Perry and maybe Barbour.

    Prediction: Obama v. Romney; Obama wins.

    2016 Democrats: Bayh, McCaskill, Kaine, O'Malley, and Vilsack. Possibly Clinton, but I think she'll endorse Bayh. Obama will probably support McCaskill unless Sibelius makes a run. In order to do that though she'd have to win Brownback's open seat for Senate (good luck). Maybe Napalitano if she can win a Senate seat (maybe McCain's).
    2016 Republicans: Jindal, Thune... after that have no idea.

    Prediction: A woman (Clinton or McCaskill most likey) v. somebody old. Republicans tend to like old people. Woman wins.

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    Re: Elections 2012 & 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by sazerac View Post
    Republicans even seemed to think that it was Hillary's turn and that Obama stole it from her.

    It's funny, nobody was more hated by the republicans and now they defend her saying stuff like, "at least she's a real American and cares about the country."
    You have to prioritize. Obama is the threat now, so anything potentially damaging to his chances is fair game.

    Of course, the same could be said for the opposing side.
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