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Old 03-21-2015, 03:36 PM
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Hillary Clinton will be the unchallenged democratic nominee for president in 2016, so who should she fear the most on the republican side. There are so many good choices. Donald Trump comes to mind, along with Dr Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Chris Christie.

Barack Obama beat Mitt Romney by 11% with women in 2012 (55% to 44%), and by 20 plus% among unmarried women, so it would seem that the GOP needs some help with women. The logical scenario would be to nominate a woman, but who?

Hillary will have an army of voters and volunteers all ready to go on day one of her campaign. Who are all the Villages voters ready to march with?
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Old 03-21-2015, 03:41 PM
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And O'Malley will knock her off her perch just like Obama did.

How could he not? He is much more qualified than Obama ever was (even today).

Fresh and clean and not an insider all pluses for him and minuses for same old same old Clintonism.
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Old 03-21-2015, 04:28 PM
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And O'Malley will knock her off her perch just like Obama did.

How could he not? He is much more qualified than Obama ever was (even today).

Fresh and clean and not an insider all pluses for him and minuses for same old same old Clintonism.
Hillary Clinton - Latest 2014 Polls and Approval Ratings - POLITICO


Unfortunately for Martin O'Malley, he is polling at 1% in the latest poll tied at the bottom with Jim Webb. O'Malley has to reach 15% in the polls just to be included in any debate. Most pundits think he is looking for a cabinet position in the future Clinton administration.
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Old 03-21-2015, 04:29 PM
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Hillary Clinton - Latest 2014 Polls and Approval Ratings - POLITICO


Unfortunately for Martin O'Malley, he is polling at 1% in the latest poll tied at the bottom with Jim Webb. O'Malley has to reach 15% in the polls just to be included in any debate. Most pundits think he is looking for a cabinet position in the future Clinton administration.

It's very close though. Hillary has 62%, O'Malley has 1%.
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Old 03-21-2015, 05:29 PM
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We need Joe Biden to get into the race !
Go to " Draft Joe Biden 2016 " .
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Old 03-21-2015, 11:07 PM
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Hillary Clinton - Latest 2014 Polls and Approval Ratings - POLITICO


Unfortunately for Martin O'Malley, he is polling at 1% in the latest poll tied at the bottom with Jim Webb. O'Malley has to reach 15% in the polls just to be included in any debate. Most pundits think he is looking for a cabinet position in the future Clinton administration.
Seems to me that a dark horse in 2008 knocked her out of the front running......remember?
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Old 03-21-2015, 11:09 PM
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She was a lot more sale able back in 2008 and she still lost.
Is she the dem poster child for desperation?
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Old 03-22-2015, 06:45 AM
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New Gallup poll finds Hillary Clinton top-rated 2016 candidate among women


Hillary Clinton tops the list of favorability ratings with women. Jeb Bush is at 32% and Scott Walker is at 17%, according to this new Gallup poll. It would seem that the GOP has their work cut out for them.
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:37 AM
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New Gallup poll finds Hillary Clinton top-rated 2016 candidate among women


Hillary Clinton tops the list of favorability ratings with women. Jeb Bush is at 32% and Scott Walker is at 17%, according to this new Gallup poll. It would seem that the GOP has their work cut out for them.
So what do the ratings provide?
A snapshot AT THAT POINT in time ONLY!
I feel like a broken record but feel the need to keep reminding that she also topped the favorability ratings with women in 2007.....she lost to a MALE, dark horse candidate...virtual unknown....unqualified candidate....who talked a better game.
She lost!
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:56 AM
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So what do the ratings provide?
A snapshot AT THAT POINT in time ONLY!
I feel like a broken record but feel the need to keep reminding that she also topped the favorability ratings with women in 2007.....she lost to a MALE, dark horse candidate...virtual unknown....unqualified candidate....who talked a better game.
She lost!

And that MALE, dark horse candidate...virtual unknown...blah, blah, blah, was able to raise one billion dollars to compete. Who on the horizon has that kind of star power?

Not wanting to sound like a broken record, but who would that be?
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Sen. Ted Cruz will announce White House bid at Liberty University - The Washington Post


How great will it be that the first two candidates out of the gate for the GOP will be Ted Cruz and Donald Trump?
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Sen. Ted Cruz will announce White House bid at Liberty University - The Washington Post


How great will it be that the first two candidates out of the gate for the GOP will be Ted Cruz and Donald Trump?
Bring on the debates.
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Sen. Ted Cruz will announce White House bid at Liberty University - The Washington Post


How great will it be that the first two candidates out of the gate for the GOP will be Ted Cruz and Donald Trump?
You mean Trump and The Chump!
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Old 03-22-2015, 12:34 PM
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This thread is entitled "Who Can Beat Hillary?"

No possibility of either Cruz or Trump winning over Sec. Clinton.

Scott Walker compares 100,000 union workers to ISIS and wants to send US ground forces into Syria. Americans have seen how well that works.

Jeb is in favor of a pathway to citizenship as is Rubio. That dog isn't going to jump for conservative nut cases.

Who you got left?
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Old 03-22-2015, 01:21 PM
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This thread is entitled "Who Can Beat Hillary?"

No possibility of either Cruz or Trump winning over Sec. Clinton.

Scott Walker compares 100,000 union workers to ISIS and wants to send US ground forces into Syria. Americans have seen how well that works.

Jeb is in favor of a pathway to citizenship as is Rubio. That dog isn't going to jump for conservative nut cases.

Who you got left?
Surely, the old 6 PAC can come up with a few names that can beat Mrs. Clinton. ...and don't call me Shirley.
 

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