Here comes Hillary Clinton for Presid...

“Slightly below above-average”

Since: Jul 10

arguably garrulous

#21 Aug 13, 2013
shameless-li wrote:
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in an interview yesterday, a. weiner still thinks that his wife huma will have a job with hillary if she decides to run...are you kidding me...then clinton's made it clear they are trying to distance themselves from a. weiner.
i don't think huma will be hanging around much if clinton decides to run.
I don't think Huma will be hanging around much once I figure out how to get a photo of me in my undies over to her. I got some real good selfies, including some dynamite poses while I'm wearing the new Spiderman shorts that just came in the mail.

Communication in this day and age is a hard thing to master, but I'm very grateful to Anthony for showing us how it's done.

Hillary won't be going anywhere near Weiner. Huma might stick around until after the election.
Concerned

Custer, SD

#23 Aug 14, 2013
shameless-li wrote:
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in an interview yesterday, a. weiner still thinks that his wife huma will have a job with hillary if she decides to run...are you kidding me...then clinton's made it clear they are trying to distance themselves from a. weiner.
i don't think huma will be hanging around much if clinton decides to run.
Pay attention to what was posted and my reply to the posting. Go back and read what was written.

I did not present Huma as being a candidate or around Hillary. The other posted indicated she would be possibly elected. Right or wrong I assumed that the only why she would be involved was if the posted also indicated that Hillary was going to be elected President.

Go back and follow the conversation as posted.

Personally I think A. Weiner is a stupid idiot to do what he did at his age and then continued to do after being caught. Weiner is done and better go find a job. Huma on the other hand should divorce the idiot.

Now as to the Clinton's their past (especially Bills)leaves a lot to be desired. I would not ever vote for lying Bill again and strongly believe there is two sides to Hillary.

Hillary Clinton only looks good when compared to what the Republicans seems to be willing to offer as a candidate.
Concerned

Custer, SD

#24 Aug 15, 2013
Guinness Drinker wrote:
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obviously from the response, you are communicating with someone very uptight and a few picture cards missing from the deck. Discussing politics with anyone who utilizes talking points from their cable box is a complete waste of time
Time to step up to the plate.

Let's hear some intelligence from you for a change.

Pick your man or woman and lets hear you support them.

My guess is it will be just like last time you won't do it.

Then after the election is over you will run and hid for a while.
Obskeptic

Rochester, MI

#25 Aug 19, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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Pay attention to what was posted and my reply to the posting. Go back and read what was written.
I did not present Huma as being a candidate or around Hillary. The other posted indicated she would be possibly elected. Right or wrong I assumed that the only why she would be involved was if the posted also indicated that Hillary was going to be elected President.
Go back and follow the conversation as posted.
Personally I think A. Weiner is a stupid idiot to do what he did at his age and then continued to do after being caught. Weiner is done and better go find a job. Huma on the other hand should divorce the idiot.
Now as to the Clinton's their past (especially Bills)leaves a lot to be desired. I would not ever vote for lying Bill again and strongly believe there is two sides to Hillary.
Hillary Clinton only looks good when compared to what the Republicans seems to be willing to offer as a candidate.
To a completely closed mind I would agree, since you have to ignore the whorish actions of so many democrats to believe that they are actually a better alternative. By continuing to vote for them just adds to their confidence that they have a constituency that has been so perfectly manipulated and bamboozled by working their emotional brain instead of their logical brain, they will forever keep you on the "plantation". I know that "the box" is a much safer place to pretend your thinking because you have the comfort of the bully crowd behind you ready to shout down anyone that stands outside that box. Its called being "politically correct", but I just call it being a follower.

“Go Ahead Liberal, Make My Day”

Since: Dec 07

Florida...home of Trump

#26 Aug 20, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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Time to step up to the plate.
Let's hear some intelligence from you for a change.
Pick your man or woman and lets hear you support them.
My guess is it will be just like last time you won't do it.
Then after the election is over you will run and hid for a while.
you use skin color as reference and you want intelligence ? already made my pick. I'll stick to my one-liners; it's the most suitable for a forum like this
Concerned

Custer, SD

#27 Aug 20, 2013
Guinness Drinker wrote:
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you use skin color as reference and you want intelligence ? already made my pick. I'll stick to my one-liners; it's the most suitable for a forum like this
Heck I thought maybe you supported Hillary. She used to be a "Goldwater Girl" when I was involved. Also if I remember right she was a political aid some Republican.

Then she became a Gene McCarthy supporter and a McGovern supporter after she met Bill.

Barry Goldwater suggested when Bill was President that he should let her run the show as that was where the brains were. Anyway he said something along those lines.

Wouldn't surprise me if you were a "Hillary Boy" and just keeping silent.

Anyway if I can't get you to comment keep the one liners flowing.

“Go Ahead Liberal, Make My Day”

Since: Dec 07

Florida...home of Trump

#28 Aug 21, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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Heck I thought maybe you supported Hillary. She used to be a "Goldwater Girl" when I was involved. Also if I remember right she was a political aid some Republican.
Then she became a Gene McCarthy supporter and a McGovern supporter after she met Bill.
Barry Goldwater suggested when Bill was President that he should let her run the show as that was where the brains were. Anyway he said something along those lines.
Wouldn't surprise me if you were a "Hillary Boy" and just keeping silent.
Anyway if I can't get you to comment keep the one liners flowing.
no, I'm well schooled on Hillary; read all about her in "Year of The Rat". Do you like to read ?....oh wait I forgot, you educate yourself through cable news....never mind. I'll vote for the person who doesn't light up a cigarette after raising my health insurance
Concerned

Custer, SD

#29 Aug 21, 2013
Guinness Drinker wrote:
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no, I'm well schooled on Hillary; read all about her in "Year of The Rat". Do you like to read ?....oh wait I forgot, you educate yourself through cable news....never mind. I'll vote for the person who doesn't light up a cigarette after raising my health insurance
How about Cristie?

I don't know if the fat guy smokes or not but he at least makes some sense (well at least when it is not trying to appease the right wing nuts when he runs for President).

So far he is the best of the crazies but he might have medical problems for being fat and raise your health insurance.
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#30 Aug 21, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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How about Cristie?
I don't know if the fat guy smokes or not but he at least makes some sense (well at least when it is not trying to appease the right wing nuts when he runs for President).
So far he is the best of the crazies but he might have medical problems for being fat and raise your health insurance.
christie has had surgery to lose weight....which means he probably will run.
don't be surprised to see him switch parties.
i don't think he would ever win running as a rep...the rep's have done so much damage to their own party that most americans lost faith in them.

“Slightly below above-average”

Since: Jul 10

arguably garrulous

#31 Aug 21, 2013
I was traveling between West Palm Beach and Boca Raton the other day (south of Jupiter) when a tire blew out. Checking my spare, I found that it, too, was flat. My only option was to flag down a passing motorist and get a ride to the next town.

The first vehicle to stop was an old man in a van. He yelled out the window, "Need a lift?"

"Yes, I sure do," I replied.'

"You a Republican or Democrat," asked the old man.

"Republican," I replied.

"Well, you can just go to Hell," yelled the old man as he sped off.

Another guy stopped, rolled down the window, and asked me the same question.

Again, I gave the same answer, "Republican."

The driver gave me the finger and drove off. I thought it over and decided that maybe I should change my strategy, since this area seemed to be overly political and there appeared to be few Republicans. The next car to stop was a red convertible driven by a beautiful blonde. She smiled seductively and asked if I was a Republican or Democrat.

"Democrat!" I shouted.

"Hop in!" replied the blonde.

Driving down the road, I couldn't help but stare at the gorgeous woman in the seat next to me, the wind blowing through her hair, perfect breasts and a short skirt that continued to ride higher and higher up her thighs. Finally, I yelled, "Please stop the car." She immediately slammed on the brakes and as soon as the car stopped, I jumped out.

"What's the matter?" she asked.

"I can't take it anymore," I replied. "I've only been a Democrat for five minutes and already I want to screw somebody."

“Go Ahead Liberal, Make My Day”

Since: Dec 07

Florida...home of Trump

#32 Aug 21, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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How about Cristie?
I don't know if the fat guy smokes or not but he at least makes some sense (well at least when it is not trying to appease the right wing nuts when he runs for President).
So far he is the best of the crazies but he might have medical problems for being fat and raise your health insurance.
now that he saved New Jersey from Jon Corzine, told the Teachers Union to go pound and his work from the storm, his resume is pretty impressive now. If he was to develop a health care plan, you can be sure he'll cut Government waste like closing the IRS and the department of Education before passing off the cost to the middle class.....like your chain smoking President did
Concerned

Custer, SD

#33 Aug 21, 2013
Guinness Drinker wrote:
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now that he saved New Jersey from Jon Corzine, told the Teachers Union to go pound and his work from the storm, his resume is pretty impressive now. If he was to develop a health care plan, you can be sure he'll cut Government waste like closing the IRS and the department of Education before passing off the cost to the middle class.....like your chain smoking President did
I agree that so far he is the best of a poor bunch.

But is he crazy enough for you? You know he shook hands with President Obama.
nac

Merrick, NY

#34 Aug 21, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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I agree that so far he is the best of a poor bunch.
But is he crazy enough for you? You know he shook hands with President Obama.
Christie could never beat Yosemite Sam in the debates, let alone get the nomination... right, "Concerned?"
Concerned

Custer, SD

#35 Aug 21, 2013
nac wrote:
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Christie could never beat Yosemite Sam in the debates, let alone get the nomination... right, "Concerned?"
My guess is that in order to get the nomination he will be forced to take a right turn and driven into right-wing crazy land on a number of positions.

"If" he gets the republican nomination he will be an injured candidate when he gets to the debates. Even then he will have a tough time in a debate against a moderate to conservative Democrat. Right now the extreme right doesn’t care for him since he treated President Obama with normal respect due the President..

It is hard telling just who the Republicans will have running but rest assured there will be some real nuts and whackos in the group. Once they get it all sorted out the nuts and whackos on this forum will fall in line ranting and raving against whomever the Democrat is, which right now appears to be either Hillary.
But someone new can come up and present themselves well, talk horse sense and win it all. Obama did.
nac

Merrick, NY

#36 Aug 21, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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My guess is that in order to get the nomination he will be forced to take a right turn and driven into right-wing crazy land on a number of positions.
"If" he gets the republican nomination he will be an injured candidate when he gets to the debates. Even then he will have a tough time in a debate against a moderate to conservative Democrat. Right now the extreme right doesn’t care for him since he treated President Obama with normal respect due the President..
It is hard telling just who the Republicans will have running but rest assured there will be some real nuts and whackos in the group. Once they get it all sorted out the nuts and whackos on this forum will fall in line ranting and raving against whomever the Democrat is, which right now appears to be either Hillary.
But someone new can come up and present themselves well, talk horse sense and win it all. Obama did.
OK, we get it, you love throwing around your "crazy," "whacko," "loony" buzzwords around.

In addition to your usual paranoia, you also said, "in order to get the nomination he will be forced to take a right turn and driven into right-wing crazy land on a number of positions."

What, specifically, are those "right-wing crazy land positions" that you speak of? Give me some real-world details... what are you getting at exactly, if anything?

(I realize that the main focus of your posts is to demonize the corrupt party that you don't like in the hopes that it will help the corrupt party that you do like)... but do you have any substance behind it?

Let's see you cards, "Concerned." Turn em over, what have you got?
Concerned

Custer, SD

#37 Aug 21, 2013
nac wrote:
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Let's see you cards, "Concerned." what have you got?
I’m a Republican Conservative of days gone by and feel my old political party has been taken over by the nuts and crazies.
Republican Conservatives will jump up and down over individual rights granted to us under the Constitution as “God Given Rights” to do as they wish. They want no 2nd Amendment restrictions when it comes to gun control. No one will take my guns unless it is out of my cold dead hands. No reasonable restrictions but full rights to own everything.
But when it comes to individual rights to make personal decisions in regards to abortion they do a 180 degree turn around on the Constitution and are willing to use big government laws to impose total elimination contrary to the Constitution and eliminate all individual rights in that area. Surely the individual right to make personal decisions regarding one’s own body is just an important and basic individual Constitutional freedom right compared to the right to own a large clip for military-assault weapon or armor piercing bullets.
One could point to religion where they are quite willing to combine religion and government as long as it’s their religion. Let’s pray in schools as long as it’s not to Allah and we haven’t even got to the differences between Catholics and Protestants. I wonder how a few Hail Mary’s would work with the Protestants or talking in tongues & faith healing would work with the Catholics. Somehow all this brings to mind the religious death battles in Ireland between the Catholics and Protestants. That might not happen here until they get rid of Muslims & Mosques. It would seem that Churches and parents should be up to the task granted to them under the separation of Church and State.
We could talk about the right to vote but these same people will do everything in their power to suppress the vote in areas where the opposition is that might vote differently. Interesting how that was done only in Republican controlled States and how many times the Federal Courts had to step in.
We could point to Republican gerrymandering across the country to win House seat elections. More total people across the county voted for Democrats than Republicans for the House but do to gerrymandering more Republicans got elected. Is that fair elections that represent the will of the people that conservatives claim to support?
We could point to the same people who are working to redo the Electoral College votes in selective States in order to win the next Presidential election. They want no part of a popular vote of the people to elect the President.
While fighting two wars that were unfunded and being put on the credit card and implementing a prescription drug program that was unfunded, they pushed through the Bush Tax cuts mainly for the wealthy and corporations thus causing the debt spiral. Now it would seem to me that if one was a true conservative you would start paying your bills as you were spending large amounts of money fighting two never ending wars, even if it took a special War Tax. Now the deadbeats don’t want to pay the bills for the two unfunded wars they put on the credit card.Problem is the same political party that uses “big government & laws” to impose their moral views on other people’s rights.
Happens all the time in a number of different areas. State abortion hurtle laws, abortion clinic elimination laws, anti-Sharia laws, burning the flag laws, praying at government meetings, pushing their religion into public schools.
Doesn’t make any difference if it’s against the constitution that’s the law until someone hauls them to court.
From where I sit its always one political party trying to do it while hypocritically claiming to be against “big government” and also claiming they are the protectors of individual rights under the constitution. Or claiming they want the least government all the while passing stupid laws that infringe on people’s rights.
nac

Merrick, NY

#38 Aug 21, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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I’m a Republican Conservative of days gone by and blah blah blah...
You've brought nothing to the table other than broad, sweeping generalizations, dubious spin, and cherry-picking of the lowest common denominator.

You're not a "Republican Conservative" and you never were. You're a troll. Anyone can see that. Try harder, make it look good.

“Go Ahead Liberal, Make My Day”

Since: Dec 07

Florida...home of Trump

#39 Aug 22, 2013
Concerned wrote:
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I agree that so far he is the best of a poor bunch.
But is he crazy enough for you? You know he shook hands with President Obama.
well, I know bipartisanship remains a big headache for you guys but what's wrong with that ? I thought Obama were have learned something from it; but instead, he still chooses to go out on the road and talk trash
Obskeptic

Rochester, MI

#40 Aug 22, 2013
Concerned wrote:
<quoted text>
I’m a Republican Conservative of days gone by and feel my old political party has been taken over by the nuts and crazies.
Republican Conservatives will jump up and down over individual rights granted to us under the Constitution as “God Given Rights” to do as they wish. They want no 2nd Amendment restrictions when it comes to gun control. No one will take my guns unless it is out of my cold dead hands. No reasonable restrictions but full rights to own everything.
But when it comes to individual rights to make personal decisions in regards to abortion they do a 180 degree turn around on the Constitution and are willing to use big government laws to impose total elimination contrary to the Constitution and eliminate all individual rights in that area. Surely the individual right to make personal decisions regarding one’s own body is just an important and basic individual Constitutional freedom right compared to the right to own a large clip for military-assault weapon or armor piercing bullets.
One could point to religion where they are quite willing to combine religion and government as long as it’s their religion. Let’s pray in schools as long as it’s not to Allah and we haven’t even got to the differences between Catholics and Protestants. I wonder how a few Hail Mary’s would work with the Protestants or talking in tongues & faith healing would work with the Catholics. Somehow all this brings to mind the religious death battles in Ireland between the Catholics and Protestants. That might not happen here until they get rid of Muslims & Mosques. It would seem that Churches and parents should be up to the task granted to them under the separation of Church and State.
We could talk about the right to vote but these same people will do everything in their power to suppress the vote in areas where the opposition is that might vote differently. Interesting how that was done only in Republican controlled States and how many times the Federal Courts had to step in.
We could point to Republican gerrymandering across the country to win House seat elections. More total people across the county voted for Democrats than Republicans for the House but do to gerrymandering more Republicans got elected. Is that fair elections that represent the will of the people that conservatives claim to support?
We could point to the same people who are working to redo the Electoral College votes in selective States in order to win the next Presidential election. They want no part of a popular vote of the people to elect the President.
While fighting two wars that were unfunded and being put on the credit card and implementing a prescription drug program that was unfunded, they pushed through the Bush Tax cuts mainly for the wealthy and corporations thus causing the debt spiral. Now it would seem to me that if one was a true conservative you would start paying your bills as you were spending large amounts of money fighting two never ending wars, even if it took a special War Tax. Now the deadbeats don’t want to pay the bills for the two unfunded wars they put on the credit card.Problem is the same political party that uses “big government & laws” to impose their moral views on other people’s rights.
Happens all the time in a number of different areas. State abortion hurtle laws, abortion clinic elimination laws, anti-Sharia laws, burning the flag laws, praying at government meetings, pushing their religion into public schools.
Doesn’t make any difference if it’s against the constitution that’s the law until someone hauls them to court.
From where I sit its always one political party trying to do it while hypocritically claiming to be against “big government” and also claiming they are the protectors of individual rights under the constitution. Or claiming they want the least government all the while passing stupid laws that infringe on people’s rights.
Try thinking rather then feeling.

Since: Oct 12

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#41 Aug 22, 2013
"I thought Obama were have learned something"....Extra Special.....

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