Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#26 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
Oh, and she wasn't almost 70 years old then, either.
I'm so glad that you brought that up....that's another reason from my linked article that I didn't include, but it's another reason she'll win......
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08...

15. Calling Hillary ‘Old’ Insults the Old Republican Base

Hillary was born in 1947, making her 66 years young. If elected president, she will turn 70 during her first year in office. But as we all know, 70 is the new 55, so this is not a problem. But the next time you hear a Republican say that Hillary is too old to run (as I do all the time) please have these facts handy:

In the 2012 election, voters over the age of 65 composed 16 percent of the electorate and voted for Romney over Obama by 56 percent to 44 percent—making this age group Romney’s most loyal voting block. Next most faithful were the 45- to 64-year-olds, who constituted 38 percent of the voters and supported Romney 51 percent to Obama’s 47 percent.

So how do these stats help Hillary?

The answer is today’s “old people” do not think of themselves as old but rather smarter, more disciplined, better educated, and more competent than the generations that followed. Romney won older voters because he appeared more competent and accomplished than Obama. Now it is Hillary who will wear the competent and accomplished label more often than black pantsuits.

In addition to the competence factor, older voters (especially aging baby-boom women), relate well to someone like Hillary identifying with her life journey and numerous family struggles. Therefore, old people will carefully listen to her message and give her the benefit of the doubt—since the concept of “it is her time and she deserves it” will have been drilled into old people’s brains by the mainstream media.
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Joke on you again and you're proven wrong AGAIN fool....remember, people like myself who are inour 30s-40s now will be the ones voting for her in a couple of years and age for us is not the deterrent as it is for you right wingers.

Look at the old geezers you all keep putting back into office and try to make a comparison to the Hillster.

Your side is old, saggy and tired and smells of ratted sewage.....

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#27 Dec 4, 2013
Scheherazade wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm so glad that you brought that up....that's another reason from my linked article that I didn't include, but it's another reason she'll win......
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08...
15. Calling Hillary ‘Old’ Insults the Old Republican Base
Hillary was born in 1947, making her 66 years young. If elected president, she will turn 70 during her first year in office. But as we all know, 70 is the new 55, so this is not a problem. But the next time you hear a Republican say that Hillary is too old to run (as I do all the time) please have these facts handy:
In the 2012 election, voters over the age of 65 composed 16 percent of the electorate and voted for Romney over Obama by 56 percent to 44 percent—making this age group Romney’s most loyal voting block. Next most faithful were the 45- to 64-year-olds, who constituted 38 percent of the voters and supported Romney 51 percent to Obama’s 47 percent.
So how do these stats help Hillary?
The answer is today’s “old people” do not think of themselves as old but rather smarter, more disciplined, better educated, and more competent than the generations that followed. Romney won older voters because he appeared more competent and accomplished than Obama. Now it is Hillary who will wear the competent and accomplished label more often than black pantsuits.
In addition to the competence factor, older voters (especially aging baby-boom women), relate well to someone like Hillary identifying with her life journey and numerous family struggles. Therefore, old people will carefully listen to her message and give her the benefit of the doubt—since the concept of “it is her time and she deserves it” will have been drilled into old people’s brains by the mainstream media.
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Joke on you again and you're proven wrong AGAIN fool....remember, people like myself who are inour 30s-40s now will be the ones voting for her in a couple of years and age for us is not the deterrent as it is for you right wingers.
Look at the old geezers you all keep putting back into office and try to make a comparison to the Hillster.
Your side is old, saggy and tired and smells of ratted sewage.....
The GOP base isn't running for office, boy. The old bag is.
Amazing how you people desperately try and spin your way out of that fact.
Amazing too, how you people screamed that Reagan and McCain were too old.
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#28 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>
Amazing too, how you people screamed that Reagan and McCain were too old.
What's amazing is that you can't discern the difference in "old" between Hillar Clinton and Reagan/McCain. You "old" Republicans are positively dottering ......

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#29 Dec 4, 2013
Scheherazade wrote:
<quoted text>
What's amazing is that you can't discern the difference in "old" between Hillar Clinton and Reagan/McCain. You "old" Republicans are positively dottering ......
Let's see Crusty riding horses, clearing brush and surviving a GSW to the chest at age 70.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#30 Dec 4, 2013
I also don't recall Reagan doing this at age 65:

Hillary Clinton faints, has concussion
http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/15/us/us-hillary-c...
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#31 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
I also don't recall Reagan doing this at age 65:
Oh, please...Reagan, I believe, already had Alzheimer's setting in when he was elected....his own son agrees....

Could Someone Run the Country With Alzheimer's Disease?
Jan. 17, 2011
By KATIE MOISSE, ABC News Medical Unit
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/MindMoodNews/ron...
Six years after finishing his second term as the president of the United States, Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer's -- a devastating neurological disease that impairs memory, judgment and reasoning. But the former president's son, Ron Reagan, says he saw the early signs of Alzheimer's while his father was still in office.

"It wasn't anything that obvious. It wasn't like,'Oh my God, he doesn't remember he's president,' Ron Reagan said in an exclusive interview with ABC News. "It was just, I had an inkling that there might be something going on."

Ron Reagan recounts what he calls the early signs in his new book, "My Father at 100: A Memoir."

Alzheimer's disease, which is estimated to affect up to 5.1 million people in the U.S. according to the National Institute on Aging, is an irreversible and progressive brain disease that affects a person's ability to carry out the simplest tasks of daily living. But subtler changes in memory and mood can signal the disease's early stages.

"Most commonly people complain of short term memory issues," said Dr. Gary Small, director of the University of California, Los Angeles Center on Aging. Forgetting plans and having trouble remembering names or words -- the so-called 'tip of the tongue' phenomenon -- are common early symptoms. And although they might not interfere with someone's job in the beginning, they will as they worsen.

Did Ronald Reagan Have Early Alzheimers' in the White House?

Ron Reagan said his father's confusion during a 1984 debate -- just three years in to what would be an eight year presidency -- prompted his concern.

"There was just something that was off. I couldn't quite put my finger on it," Ron Reagan told "20/20's" Elizabeth Vargas.
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#32 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
I also don't recall Reagan doing this at age 65:
Hillary Clinton faints, has concussion
http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/15/us/us-hillary-c...
and btw, dumbbell -- fainting can occur at ANY age as a symptom of several different potential factors....

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#33 Dec 4, 2013
Shanikwah wrote:
The Hildabeast. Round and round the ceramic bowl and down you go with your Commie commander and thief.
How long have you been switching to use this, Mr. Martinez?

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#34 Dec 4, 2013
Scheherazade wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, please...Reagan, I believe, already had Alzheimer's setting in when he was elected....his own son agrees....
Could Someone Run the Country With Alzheimer's Disease?
Jan. 17, 2011
By KATIE MOISSE, ABC News Medical Unit
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/MindMoodNews/ron...
Six years after finishing his second term as the president of the United States, Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer's -- a devastating neurological disease that impairs memory, judgment and reasoning. But the former president's son, Ron Reagan, says he saw the early signs of Alzheimer's while his father was still in office.
"It wasn't anything that obvious. It wasn't like,'Oh my God, he doesn't remember he's president,' Ron Reagan said in an exclusive interview with ABC News. "It was just, I had an inkling that there might be something going on."
Ron Reagan recounts what he calls the early signs in his new book, "My Father at 100: A Memoir."
Alzheimer's disease, which is estimated to affect up to 5.1 million people in the U.S. according to the National Institute on Aging, is an irreversible and progressive brain disease that affects a person's ability to carry out the simplest tasks of daily living. But subtler changes in memory and mood can signal the disease's early stages.
"Most commonly people complain of short term memory issues," said Dr. Gary Small, director of the University of California, Los Angeles Center on Aging. Forgetting plans and having trouble remembering names or words -- the so-called 'tip of the tongue' phenomenon -- are common early symptoms. And although they might not interfere with someone's job in the beginning, they will as they worsen.
Did Ronald Reagan Have Early Alzheimers' in the White House?
Ron Reagan said his father's confusion during a 1984 debate -- just three years in to what would be an eight year presidency -- prompted his concern.
"There was just something that was off. I couldn't quite put my finger on it," Ron Reagan told "20/20's" Elizabeth Vargas.
Can you deflect in a more embarrassing manner, boy?
In case you haven't noticed, you're being owned. That's a natural with most of your kind.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#35 Dec 4, 2013
Scheherazade wrote:
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and btw, dumbbell -- fainting can occur at ANY age as a symptom of several different potential factors....
Like Benghazi flu...

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#36 Dec 4, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
<quoted text>
How long have you been switching to use this, Mr. Martinez?
Unlike you, dear booner, I only post with one name at a time. If you weren't such a dense newb, you'd know that Shanikwa has been here for a long time.
Embarrassment and ignorance...you embrace them, boy.
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#37 Dec 4, 2013
Dear Trayvonius Martinez,

Your delirium is positively entertaining on so many levels...Your childlike implications of people being "owned" and ignorant is such a self-aggrandizing portrait of a true loser.

In the words of the great Obama, Please proceed....Your gutless and witless commentaries are pure fodder for us progressive thinkers to really craft and hone our message that we'll take to the masses. You are purely a practice tool to be played with.....

May you come across a group of negroes playing Knockdown one of these nights up in your beloved Hilliard....

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#38 Dec 4, 2013
Scheherazade wrote:
Dear Trayvonius Martinez,
Your delirium is positively entertaining on so many levels...Your childlike implications of people being "owned" and ignorant is such a self-aggrandizing portrait of a true loser.
In the words of the great Obama, Please proceed....Your gutless and witless commentaries are pure fodder for us progressive thinkers to really craft and hone our message that we'll take to the masses. You are purely a practice tool to be played with.....
May you come across a group of negroes playing Knockdown one of these nights up in your beloved Hilliard....
Why don't you come on over and give it a try yourself, booner? You're simply another uneducated, gutless pack animal.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#39 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
I only post with one name at a time.
Prove it or you are a lying sack of shit.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#40 Dec 4, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove it or you are a lying sack of shit.
I prove it with every post under this name, moron. If you're so sure I'm not, let's see you prove otherwise.
You just love to cry when you're shown to be an idiot, don't you?
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#41 Dec 4, 2013
Personally I hope the old bag gets it. I am looking for the day when the Progressives, notice I don't use the caveman/woman words commie or communist, at least with the old bag, I am looking for the day when progressives get brave enough to split this country into the progressive and American Constitutional portions on this great North American continent.
But until that point/day of bravery with your progressives, I will patiently wait for your progressives to get the nads to attempt their achieving their goal.
Being Madam Hill is Monsieur Clinton's first wife, he being the first AA president, this would make Madame the third AA president, first female president, taking her word she is female, and first AA female president, is this correct?
Oh, using the phrase first wife, that is not meaning they divorced but is the first wife of the many wives of playboy Clinton. In African societies, there are a lot of first, second, third, etc etc in stature, first meaning prominent, foremost or in my jargon main most.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#42 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>I prove it with every post under this name, moron. If you're so sure I'm not, let's see you prove otherwise.
You just love to cry when you're shown to be an idiot, don't you?
That is what I thought, you are a lying sack of shit.
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#43 Dec 4, 2013
I personally can't wait to call Bill Clinton the First Dude -- Lord knows that as our first black President he is STILL well loved and regarded by the Democratic Party and he carries a lot of weight for Hills. It will, tongue-in-cheek be his "third term".....

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#44 Dec 4, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
<quoted text>
That is what I thought, you are a lying sack of shit.
Exactly how do I go about proving something that doesn't happen, wee man? Please, enlighten us when you're through mopping up your mascara.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#45 Dec 4, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
I also don't recall Reagan doing this at age 65:
Hillary Clinton faints, has concussion
http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/15/us/us-hillary-c...
How old was George Bush when he vomited on the Japanese prime minister?

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