Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton For President?

Oct 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly will be making a speaking engagement in Georgia next week.

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She's just too damn needy. Plus this Global Village thing creates images for me of a global and feudal elite, living on hill tops and islands, while controlling hordes of dumbed down, cattle like masses doing labor intensive work while living short and brutal lives in a smiling and drug induced stupor.
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HELL NO!!!!!
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Not "no" but HELL NO! She's proven herself to be a liar. Just like Bill. Disgraceful.
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Ya, it's like one could want to pass Glass-Steagall, which is a bill in both the House and Senate, and would take power back from the globalist "elite" speculators. Then we could go with a Hamiltonian credit system which could be targeted to large infrastructure projects and the high tech manufacturing needed to build these things, and which would put people back to work in good jobs that pay. But people seem to be concerned about other more primary instinctual issues.

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Billary? President?

Let me think about that for a moment..........NO.
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HELL YES!! Men have proven to be lousy leaders.
It high time for a woman to lead this country.
Hillary has a great head, ON HER SHOULDERS, WITH A BRAIN, that she uses to think with. Men seem to be horrified with the notion!

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Amy wrote:
HELL YES!! Men have proven to be lousy leaders.
It high time for a woman to lead this country.
Hillary has a great head, ON HER SHOULDERS, WITH A BRAIN, that she uses to think with. Men seem to be horrified with the notion!
She can't satisfy or manage her husband, what makes you think she is capable of managing America? Name one thing she has accomplished to qualify her to be president. "What does it matter" is her malevolent mantra which showed how shallow a thinker she is. She may have a brain, even superior to obama's, but her actions have shown it doesn't have the IQ required to be president. Bless her little heart.

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Hugo wrote:
Ya, it's like one could want to pass Glass-Steagall, which is a bill in both the House and Senate, and would take power back from the globalist "elite" speculators. Then we could go with a Hamiltonian credit system which could be targeted to large infrastructure projects and the high tech manufacturing needed to build these things, and which would put people back to work in good jobs that pay. But people seem to be concerned about other more primary instinctual issues.
I disagree, the government's massive amount of spending has gotten us into the debt crisis we now have. We need to cut spending and all the burdening government regulations to help private enterprise and capitalist make jobs and keep jobs from going to other countries. More government spending is not the answer to economic revival. Only socialist believe the government can spend America out of debt. It didn't work under Roosevelt and it won't work now.
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Plus, people marvel at Slick Bill's balancing the budget. But his economics was the continuation of globalization and outsourcing, plus Bubbles Greenspan money pumping into the tech bubble and Y2K prevention, which collapsed in March, 2000. Just another stain at the end of the American Century.

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Hillary admitted she needed a village to raise her own child, this was an admission that she wasn't qualified to do this parenting task. Women who don't need a village to raise their child would be much better qualified to be president than her. She is good at two things, constantly placing her foot in her mouth, and avoiding embarrassing questions about her actions like Benghazi and the Arkansas land deal. Bless her little heart.
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Hillary in the White House would be the final nail in the coffin of America
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I disagree, the government's massive amount of spending has gotten us into the debt crisis we now have. We need to cut spending and all the burdening government regulations to help private enterprise and capitalist make jobs and keep jobs from going to other countries. More government spending is not the answer to economic revival. Only socialist believe the government can spend America out of debt. It didn't work under Roosevelt and it won't work now.
The empire has really done a brain f... on American regarding FDR. We were producing 1/2 of the world's physical product in 1945. Ya, ya, it was because of the war. Well, think about if we had WWIII now,(without the nukes of course). We don't have the large scale manufacturing facilities any longer to switch over to war time production. Back then, after his first 100 days, he got things going with all those programs I don't feel like remembering the names of. So then when war came we were easliy able to swith over to military production. Besides, FDR was good to the South and allied with the southern Democrats. The TVA and lots of other projects were from his policies. Another thing he did was ally with the farmers over the Al Smith Tammany Hall Democrats. The farmers were is desperate conditions during the depression, and they wanted to restrict output of milk, for example, to get a higher price to survive. Well the NY immigrant Tammany Hall Democrats wanted cheap milk. So FDR broke with Al Smith and sided with the farmers.

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Amy wrote:
HELL YES!! Men have proven to be lousy leaders.
It high time for a woman to lead this country.
Hillary has a great head, ON HER SHOULDERS, WITH A BRAIN, that she uses to think with. Men seem to be horrified with the notion!
No men, at least this one, have no problem with a female president. Wile I don't care for your idiotic gender rage, I tend to agree with you that a woman could make a great leader.........just not THAT woman. Hillery Clinton should be kept as far from the White House as possible. She had her chance with her Bill puppet and made a complete mess of things, turned the country into a laughing stock. Now if someone like Elizabeth Dole were to run for the office I'd vote for her in a heartbeat. It's not Ms. Clinton's gender than makes her the last person in the world I'd ever vote for but rather her liberal/socialist political philosophy. She's not intelligent so much as insidious.

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Squach wrote:
<quoted text>No men, at least this one, have no problem with a female president. Wile I don't care for your idiotic gender rage, I tend to agree with you that a woman could make a great leader.........just not THAT woman. Hillery Clinton should be kept as far from the White House as possible. She had her chance with her Bill puppet and made a complete mess of things, turned the country into a laughing stock. Now if someone like Elizabeth Dole were to run for the office I'd vote for her in a heartbeat. It's not Ms. Clinton's gender than makes her the last person in the world I'd ever vote for but rather her liberal/socialist political philosophy. She's not intelligent so much as insidious.
Typo......gender <that> makes her.....
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This was our system when we were a Republic: http://en.wikipedia.org/American_School (economics)
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Amy wrote:
HELL YES!! Men have proven to be lousy leaders.
It high time for a woman to lead this country.
Hillary has a great head, ON HER SHOULDERS, WITH A BRAIN, that she uses to think with. Men seem to be horrified with the notion!
Obviously so do blacks, because they voted 90 plus percent against her and for OBummer in the primaries.

We don't need somebody with a brain, we need somebody with common sense. We supposedly have a brain as President right now, and look where we are.
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Squach wrote:
<quoted text>No men, at least this one, have no problem with a female president. Wile I don't care for your idiotic gender rage, I tend to agree with you that a woman could make a great leader.........just not THAT woman. Hillery Clinton should be kept as far from the White House as possible. She had her chance with her Bill puppet and made a complete mess of things, turned the country into a laughing stock. Now if someone like Elizabeth Dole were to run for the office I'd vote for her in a heartbeat. It's not Ms. Clinton's gender than makes her the last person in the world I'd ever vote for but rather her liberal/socialist political philosophy. She's not intelligent so much as insidious.
One doesn't have to ask if they would vote for her, but one has to ask if we would be in better shape today had she been nominated for the Democrat candidate and won over McCain?

As much as I'm against her typical liberal philosophies, I would have to say we would have been better off with her instead of DumBama. She learns from her mistakes. It seems like DumBama is numb from the neck up. His only goal in life is to turn this country into a Socialist state or as close as he can get to it. If Hillary were President, I think she would be more focused on her legacy since of course this would be the first married couple to ever hold the office.

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One doesn't have to ask if they would vote for her, but one has to ask if we would be in better shape today had she been nominated for the Democrat candidate and won over McCain?
As much as I'm against her typical liberal philosophies, I would have to say we would have been better off with her instead of DumBama. She learns from her mistakes. It seems like DumBama is numb from the neck up. His only goal in life is to turn this country into a Socialist state or as close as he can get to it. If Hillary were President, I think she would be more focused on her legacy since of course this would be the first married couple to ever hold the office.
I disagree. I think we would be in the same shape if she had won the nomination and the election. The issues may have been a bit different but I think the end result would have been the same. We need to get ourselves out of this welfare state where the productive (the working class) are taxed to death to support the nonproductive moochers. Hillary would have exacerbated the problem just as Obama did. IMHO

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