Cruz, Paul, Rubio fight for 2016

Cruz, Paul, Rubio fight for 2016

There are 173 comments on the The Hill story from May 10, 2014, titled Cruz, Paul, Rubio fight for 2016. In it, The Hill reports that:

The Senate's trio of GOP presidential hopefuls are looking for ways to stay in the national spotlight during the mid-year lull before November.

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#22 May 11, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Ben Carson would be a great choice.
Who knows, maybe you can get those 14 swing states to work for you a bit better than you told us they would work for Romney and maybe this endorsement will work better than your Herman Cain pick.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#23 May 11, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Ben Carson would be a great choice.
Quite a guy. He was the first to separate twins conjoined at the head.

I wonder who those twins were, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz?

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#24 May 11, 2014
No, Cruz was born in Canada.
Obamacare KILLED my Mom

Ames, IA

#25 May 11, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
No, Cruz was born in Canada.
Canada?
You idiots are backing a socialist Canadian liberal?
morons.
do any of you dorks even think about who your media overlords tell you to back?
besids he's Canadian.....NOT eligable

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#26 May 11, 2014
Obamacare KILLED my Mom wrote:
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Canada?
Canada. North.

Birthplace of Cruz.
Delbert

Virginia Beach, VA

#27 May 11, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
Vice President Joe Biden gave a closed-door speech Friday to South Carolina Democrats that included a shot at the Clintons.
Biden, a potential 2016 candidate, said the unraveling of middle-class financial security began in "the later years of the Clinton administration," not under George W. Bush, CNN reported Saturday.
The true unraveling of the Middle Class began under Nixon and expedited under Ronald Reagan. Since 1971 the share of income earned in America by the middle class workers has decreased from 48% to it's current level of 21%, while the incomes of the wealthiest have risen 400%. That has everything to do with Republican policies such as refusing to raise the minimum wage, tax and trade agreements with foreign countries.
conservative crapola

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#28 May 12, 2014
Trouble for greasy: He lied, last August, about submitting the paperwork to revoke his canukian citizenship, a process which canukia says takes 3-4 months, at the most. They also said the only thing that can hold it up are an applicant's 'mental health' issues.

LMAO.

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Paris

#29 May 12, 2014
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>How about a vote of confidence for any of your wannabes than attacking the dems?

Try ....
How about some honesty to you current and proposed future liberal candidate.
Sgt Common Sense

Denver, CO

#30 May 12, 2014
The Republican clown car is filling up early this election.

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#31 May 12, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Ben Carson would be a great choice.
I agree. Ben Carson for president. As a doctor, when it's over, he can lick his own wounds.
Billy Ringo

Springfield, NJ

#32 May 12, 2014
Rafael, the Plagarizer, and Ruby.......??

Is this is a serious thread?

Stay thirsty, my friends
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#33 May 12, 2014
"The Senate's trio of GOP presidential hopefuls are looking for ways to stay in the national spotlight during the mid-year lull before November."

Saying outrageous things, behaving awkwardly and being blatantly sociopathic seem to fill the bill, especially for Cruz and Rubio, but Paul has the interestingly distracting hair advantage.

Sadly, however, all three lack the "color" of the batch of contenders in the previous go-round. One was even likable.

Come on Herman. Come on back — we need you!
Billy Ringo

Springfield, NJ

#34 May 12, 2014
kuda wrote:
"The Senate's trio of GOP presidential hopefuls are looking for ways to stay in the national spotlight during the mid-year lull before November."
Saying outrageous things, behaving awkwardly and being blatantly sociopathic seem to fill the bill, especially for Cruz and Rubio, but Paul has the interestingly distracting hair advantage.
Sadly, however, all three lack the "color" of the batch of contenders in the previous go-round. One was even likable.
Come on Herman. Come on back — we need you!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =NbdXSrM0m9wXX
Herb is busy - there's a lot going on up there, you know.
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#35 May 12, 2014
Billy Ringo wrote:
<quoted text>
Herb is busy - there's a lot going on up there, you know.
Jeopardy Contestants Have Already Forgotten About Herman Cain

On a recent "Jeopardy!" not a single contestant could come up with former Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain as the question to the answer:“This pizza magnate and 2012 presidential candidate was a math major at historically black Morehouse College.”

“How quickly you have forgotten Herman Cain,” Trebek quipped.

hahahahahahahahahahahaha
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#36 May 12, 2014
conservative crapola wrote:
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Jeopardy Contestants Have Already Forgotten About Herman Cain
On a recent "Jeopardy!" not a single contestant could come up with former Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain as the question to the answer:“This pizza magnate and 2012 presidential candidate was a math major at historically black Morehouse College.”
“How quickly you have forgotten Herman Cain,” Trebek quipped.
hahahahahahahahahahahaha
Amazing! Perhaps they though a pizza magnate is what holds a pizza to the refrigerator door.

In my opinion, Herman Cain was the only likable GOP candidate. Unlike the others, he wasn't mean-spirited, elitist, racist, etc.

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Paris

#37 May 12, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Who knows, maybe you can get those 14 swing states to work for you a bit better than you told us they would work for Romney and maybe this endorsement will work better than your Herman Cain pick.
I'm too busy try to find Obama's 58 states.

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Paris

#38 May 12, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Canada. North.

Birthplace of Cruz.
Is that a suburb of Kenya.

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Paris

#39 May 12, 2014
kuda wrote:
<quoted text>Amazing! Perhaps they though a pizza magnate is what holds a pizza to the refrigerator door.

In my opinion, Herman Cain was the only likable GOP candidate. Unlike the others, he wasn't mean-spirited, elitist, racist, etc.
Saul's rules is all you loons have. You prove my point that 25 is the new 15.

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Paris

#40 May 12, 2014
Your Ex wrote:
<quoted text>While he's certainly batshit crazy enough for the 'base' you might want to peruse the Birther threads right here on Toothpix, or any dealing with Michelle, to ascertain exactly how the 'base' feels about persons of darker hued skin.
Spoken like a real moron. Dr. Carter is ten times what Obama is or ever hoped to be.

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Paris

#41 May 12, 2014
Delbert wrote:
<quoted text>The true unraveling of the Middle Class began under Nixon and expedited under Ronald Reagan. Since 1971 the share of income earned in America by the middle class workers has decreased from 48% to it's current level of 21%, while the incomes of the wealthiest have risen 400%. That has everything to do with Republican policies such as refusing to raise the minimum wage, tax and trade agreements with foreign countries.
You couldn't prove that if your life depended on it. Wish it did.

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