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lostonearth35
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23 Mar 2015, 7:35 pm

It doesn't matter what a person's race, gender, religion or sexual preference is. If they're a politician, they're the scum of the earth.



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24 Mar 2015, 11:16 am

0_equals_true wrote:
Americans are too concerned with personal, and character sniping in politics.

Although I hate french politics, they have pretty much got it right were personal matters are concerned. What matters is performance, not private life.

The rumours about Hillary, why are they coming out now an not before? Criticise her political performance. Margaret Thatcher wasn't a looker.


The rumors about Hillary----I'm assuming you're talking about the rumors saying she's a lesbian, cold-hearted, a liar, etc.----are NOT just "coming-out now"----those rumors have been around since Bill was in the White House.

As for "criticize her political performance"----THAT issue gets, at LEAST, "equal time", IMO.



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12 Apr 2015, 11:41 pm

The wicked witch is now running.
Her logo looks like the flag of Cuba.



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12 Apr 2015, 11:50 pm

AntDog wrote:
The witch is now running.
Her logo looks like the flag of Cuba.


I'm not a big Hillary fan, but I'd choose her over a bigoted, holy roller fundie like ted Cruz in a heart beat.


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13 Apr 2015, 1:21 am

From a FB friend:

"A Game of Thrones premiere and a Hillary candidacy announcement in the same day! One is about treachery, adultery, murder, and Machiavellian power games, and the other is by George R. R. Martin."


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13 Apr 2015, 2:29 am

luan78zao wrote:
From a FB friend:

"A Game of Thrones premiere and a Hillary candidacy announcement in the same day! One is about treachery, adultery, murder, and Machiavellian power games, and the other is by George R. R. Martin."

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13 Apr 2015, 12:34 pm

I think it's very sad that Hillary Clinton is the best the Democrats can come up with. America NEEDS Elizabeth Warren, but that just ain't happening, so come 2017, we'll either have a dangerous, psychotic Republican as President or a (very slightly) less dangerous and psychotic President Hillary Clinton.



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13 Apr 2015, 1:41 pm

^^^
AMEN!


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13 Apr 2015, 5:39 pm

There's no doubt, 'she' can do the job.

And her name recognition is almost Universal.

That's a plus, as she will be remembered at the ballot
BOX, if nothing else, by the majority of Americans who
do not give an F about politics, at all, paying politics,
rarely any attention, at all.

There are too many other things to do,

instead of worrying about a
relative political soap opera that is
not going to change that much
no matter who goes into highest office.

But I for one, will never vote for anyone who lets
religion and all things associated with that rule their
life.

And that is what almost any Republican Presidential
candidate, with any 'real pluses', to get 'Tea Party Support',
and the like, is truly all about, at core of all vital policies
effecting all of the country's constituents, including
those who have the ability to

THINK
FOR THEM
SELF..:)

Hillary is going to win.

Mark my words, now; it's as simple as that.

I could be wrong; but I doubt it, seriously, as

a life-long special interest of all things politics,

until it gets too boring, for even me, to look at, NOW.


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13 Apr 2015, 6:57 pm

She's running for Bill Clinton's 3rd term. I do think its almost inevitable that she'll be the Democratic nominee, but if she can beat whomever the Republican's nominate, that is really up in the air. There's people in both parties who will never, ever vote for a candidate of the other party and who knows if she aligns with the remaining voters better or worse than a potential Republican challenger - and then never mind the electoral college math. To me, though, the potential Republican nominees range from moderate to severe political differences with my own viewpoint, though differences I can appreciate and respect, to some that I find to be just outright bat s**t insane or extreme beyond comprehension. I don't want Bill Clinton's 3rd term, but I'm not sure I want the first term of some of these other guys either.



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13 Apr 2015, 8:45 pm

Hillary as president? Please, no.


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13 Apr 2015, 9:39 pm

genesis529 wrote:
I think it's very sad that Hillary Clinton is the best the Democrats can come up with. America NEEDS Elizabeth Warren, but that just ain't happening, so come 2017, we'll either have a dangerous, psychotic Republican as President or a (very slightly) less dangerous and psychotic President Hillary Clinton.

Hillary gets a bad rap but she's actually better than Bill.



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14 Apr 2015, 2:25 am

I honestly don't care if she is likable or not. I think there are many "likable" politicians who were/are terrible at their jobs. If she is good at her job, that's all I care about.



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14 Apr 2015, 4:31 am

As Secretary of State all she did was lie, coverup, and look really ugly and creepy like any politician.



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14 Apr 2015, 10:05 am

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As Secretary of State all she did was lie, coverup, and look really ugly and creepy like any politician.


You do know that the whole Benghazi affair was politically motivated, and blown out of proportion. The final Republican report had even stated as such.


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14 Apr 2015, 10:31 am

Kraichgauer wrote:
AntDog wrote:
As Secretary of State all she did was lie, coverup, and look really ugly and creepy like any politician.

You do know that the whole Benghazi affair was politically motivated, and blown out of proportion. The final Republican report had even stated as such.

Even the "conflicting accounts regarding requests and denials of military aid which might have saved American lives" ( http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrybell/2 ... -to-reason )? When four Americans are murdered, I don't consider a full investigation unnecessary or "out of proportion."

But, Hillary's screeching statement that "what difference, at this point, does it make?!?" tells me all I need to know about who's who and who did what.


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