The 2016 GOP primary is in full swing -- because Republicans are begging for it

Nov 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post

The 2016 Republican presidential primary unofficially kicked off this week - more than two years before the first votes will be cast.

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Eleanor

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Actually it is the Democrats who are pushing the primary.

Talk about Hillary running for President actually shows how disappointed they are with the current President, who still has THREE years left.

It is like they've dropped their support of Obama and are looking for something better!
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The GOP needs that much time to try to find someone who just might be, on the outside chance, electable.
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What the F---! Just might give the jaw jacking clown party something to do.
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First Call !!!1

The Clown Car Express is now boarding on track 9, all passengers with a ticket begin the boarding process....... Clown Car Express now boarding on Track 9!!!!
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Eric Gustafson wrote:
First Call !!!1
The Clown Car Express is now boarding on track 9, all passengers with a ticket begin the boarding process....... Clown Car Express now boarding on Track 9!!!!
Don't forget to take along 1/2 Governor Palin's new book! LOLL
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Eleanor wrote:
Talk about Hillary running for President !
Eleanor, there is a lot of folks who want Hillary to run - especially women - and I don't believe that we can "blame" Obama for that one.

Try again ....

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Don Joe wrote:
The GOP needs that much time to try to find someone who just might be, on the outside chance, electable.
And once they find a candidate who has a chance of actually becomming President they will get busy attacking the guy. Anyone who will be electable won't be any where near conservative enough for the tea party...Will be too pro defense and security to please the libertarians...will never be as christian as Sanitarium...

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Buffalo Bull wrote:
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And once they find a candidate who has a chance of actually becomming President they will get busy attacking the guy. Anyone who will be electable won't be any where near conservative enough for the tea party...Will be too pro defense and security to please the libertarians...will never be as christian as Sanitarium...
Ah yes...little Ricky Santorum. the candidate that openly stated he wanted to turn the US onto a theocracy (and we can see how well those have, and still work...) and he was the #2 guy on their ticket up till the end!

what a great group of voters!

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Eleanor wrote:
Actually it is the Democrats who are pushing the primary.
Talk about Hillary running for President actually shows how disappointed they are with the current President, who still has THREE years left.
It is like they've dropped their support of Obama and are looking for something better!
That's called planning for the future, Ellie. something all successful people and groups do...
liberals are heros

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Try living in Iowa. We've already had Ted Cruz show up here, Rick Santorum and this week-end to top it all off we've got the dumb shyt from Texas--little Ricky Perry- "uh forgot the other dept. I will cut but I'm for cutting it just the same". Texas please keep your idiots down there we don't need Perry or Cruz here and we'll give you Santorum and Palin as departing gifts!

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Don Joe wrote:
The GOP needs that much time to try to find someone who just might be, on the outside chance, electable.
They'll need a lot more time than that.

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Don't forget to take along 1/2 Governor Palin's new book! LOLL
Or just a few rolls of toilet paper.
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<quoted text>That's called planning for the future, Ellie. something all successful people and groups do...
Bet they wished they had done more of that on OBamacare now.

The news outlets are just hiding the fact that most of the Democrats that voted for the UACA, and need to get elected again next year (Not 3 years from now), are shitzing there pants about now. Lets talk about that and let the future take care of itself.
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Don Joe wrote:
The GOP needs that much time to try to find someone who just might be, on the outside chance, electable.
That ship is sailing as we speak. The Rep candidate for 2016 is going to be Christie. That is already making the rounds inside the beltway. His landslide victory for Gov. tipped the scales (no pun intended) in his direction.

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you libs sure have had to work hard to defend Obama, since day 1, and here you are with 3 years to go. It's got to be tiring...maybe Hillary will be scandal free, and give you time to rest up?

But look on the bright side, if you have a mental breakdown from the stress of defending Obama, it will be covered under obamacare...you hope

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inbred Genius wrote:
you libs sure have had to work hard to defend Obama, since day 1, and here you are with 3 years to go. It's got to be tiring...maybe Hillary will be scandal free, and give you time to rest up?
But look on the bright side, if you have a mental breakdown from the stress of defending Obama, it will be covered under obamacare...you hope
what scandals? you mean all the attempts at partisan witch hunts that have turned up nothing?
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We're already enjoying the clown show with Randy Paul having a hissy fit because he was caught plagiarizing, Teddy Cruz and his dad as a duo act of christian reconstructions, and fatboy Christie just sitting on the millions of federal dollars, while New Jerseyites live in trailers waiting and waiting for help that never comes.
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inbred Genius wrote:
maybe Hillary will be scandal free, and give you time to rest up?
How optimistic of you because the tearepubes will dig up Hillary's kindergarten report cards in their desperation to smear and throw mud to the wall. At least we know the tearepubes won't "rest up" as they continue to scurry for those jobs, jobs, jobs. LOLL
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inbred Genius wrote:
you libs sure have had to work hard to defend Obama, since day 1, and here you are with 3 years to go. It's got to be tiring...maybe Hillary will be scandal free, and give you time to rest up?
But look on the bright side, if you have a mental breakdown from the stress of defending Obama, it will be covered under obamacare...you hope
The president is more then a liar. He is now a convicted liar. What a massive tax increase for many people.

“Yeah, but...”

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Eleanor wrote:
Actually it is the Democrats who are pushing the primary.
Talk about Hillary running for President actually shows how disappointed they are with the current President, who still has THREE years left.
It is like they've dropped their support of Obama and are looking for something better!
You are absolutely correct. Even the article is saying this, the headline notwithstanding.
Count on the Damnocrats to sling mud then blame it on someone else.

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