Hillary A Cinch To Win In 2016

Hillary A Cinch To Win In 2016

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Arch on Larch

Detroit, MI

#1 Oct 15, 2013
The GOP signed away any hopes of winning when they shutdown the government.

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joe obiden 2016

Minneapolis, MN

#2 Oct 15, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
The GOP signed away any hopes of winning when they shutdown the government.
not if joe joe the monkey boy has anything to say about the Clinton past.

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classic clinton bozo

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#3 Oct 15, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
The GOP signed away any hopes of winning when they shutdown the government.
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Arch on Larch

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#4 Oct 15, 2013
Read the polls. The American people agree:

The GOP signed away any hopes of winning when they shutdown the government.

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muslim love

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#5 Oct 15, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
Read the polls. The American people agree:
The GOP signed away any hopes of winning when they shutdown the government.
58 million TRUE Americans did not vote muslim, and they are not going away.

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Arch on Larch

Detroit, MI

#6 Oct 15, 2013
The TRUE Americans voted for Barrack Obama. The more the right wing radicals like you spread lies, like Obama being a Muslim, the more people flock to Obama's camp.

Hillary will win with an even bigger landslide than Obama did!

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billary joe joe monkey

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#9 Oct 16, 2013
This is true liberal love - and it is just starting bring on 2016

Billary takes a swipe at Biden?

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/10/...

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The Awful Truth

Chantilly, VA

#11 Oct 17, 2013
This is the right wings worst nightmare come true - Hillary will EASILY outpoll any Republican nominee in 2016. All the right wing radicals have is insults and Bill stories from the last century. They know they are defeated.

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Fair Is Fair

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#12 Oct 18, 2013
We'll be back to a Republican controlled House next year as well, thanks to the stunts that the radical element of the Republicans pulled.

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Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#14 Oct 18, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
The TRUE Americans voted for Barrack Obama. The more the right wing radicals like you spread lies, like Obama being a Muslim, the more people flock to Obama's camp.
Hillary will win with an even bigger landslide than Obama did!
I see. So the penalty for not voting for, or supporting Obama, has been raised from just being a racist, to being and un-American racist. Isn't that just precious.
goose

Lombard, IL

#17 Oct 18, 2013
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I see. So the penalty for not voting for, or supporting Obama, has been raised from just being a racist, to being and un-American racist. Isn't that just precious.
Just curious - where did you read anything about being a racist in his comments?

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#18 Oct 19, 2013
goose wrote:
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Just curious - where did you read anything about being a racist in his comments?
I didn't. But it fits.
Arch on Larch

Detroit, MI

#19 Oct 19, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
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I didn't. But it fits.
So in other words any time Obama is mentioned in any context your response is to cry "racist"?

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#20 Oct 19, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
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So in other words any time Obama is mentioned in any context your response is to cry "racist"?
No. Almost anytime anyone criticizes Obama or his policies, they are accused of being racist. Which is patently untrue.
Arch on Larch

Detroit, MI

#21 Oct 19, 2013
I think you are exaggerating a little. Sometimes it is true - there are more than a few racists in the Republican party, particularly in the southern states. There are also racists among Democrats, I grant you.

I wonder if the animosity towards anything the Democrats propose will continue if Clinton is elected in 2016, which right now seems quite likely..

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#22 Oct 19, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
I think you are exaggerating a little. Sometimes it is true - there are more than a few racists in the Republican party, particularly in the southern states. There are also racists among Democrats, I grant you.
I wonder if the animosity towards anything the Democrats propose will continue if Clinton is elected in 2016, which right now seems quite likely..
Very probably it will. If Clinton chooses to run, you are right, she will very probably win since no party can come up with a viable candidate that would stir their base like her. Now maybe if they could bring Reagan back from the dead...but that's not likely. The only way anyone could beat Clinton is if people wise up and stop voting for both republicans and democrats.
Arch on Larch

Detroit, MI

#23 Oct 19, 2013
That isn't likely to happen. Any third-party candidate inevitably draws most of its support from either the conservative or liberal side and in the process strengthens the oppositions hand.

The only viable third party candidate for president is probably Rand Paul, and he would draw almost all of his support from the conservative side and hand the election to the Democrats.

Any third party movement would have to begin on a grass roots level and would take decades to become a significant force.

A possibility is for the tea party to become that third party, and while they wouldn't garner enough votes nationally to be a major factor, they would allow the Republicans to become a much more moderate party, which in turn would require the Democrats to moderate their positions.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#24 Oct 19, 2013
Arch on Larch wrote:
That isn't likely to happen. Any third-party candidate inevitably draws most of its support from either the conservative or liberal side and in the process strengthens the oppositions hand.
The only viable third party candidate for president is probably Rand Paul, and he would draw almost all of his support from the conservative side and hand the election to the Democrats.
Any third party movement would have to begin on a grass roots level and would take decades to become a significant force.
A possibility is for the tea party to become that third party, and while they wouldn't garner enough votes nationally to be a major factor, they would allow the Republicans to become a much more moderate party, which in turn would require the Democrats to moderate their positions.
While your position is interesting. You are wizzing in the fan, so to speak. This nation will never get out of it's rut as long as those two parties, which are nearly one in the same, are allowed to retain power. And especially while people keep voting incumbents back in to office. But, I don't really expect to see that happen in my lifetime. People are too well programmed.

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