Pelosi: I 'pray' Clinton will run

Pelosi: I 'pray' Clinton will run

There are 553 comments on the Politico story from May 3, 2013, titled Pelosi: I 'pray' Clinton will run. In it, Politico reports that:

"I pray that Hillary Clinton decides to run for president of the United States," Pelosi , the House Minority leader, said during a public appearance in Little Rock, Ark., according to The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. "Nobody has been first lady and senator and now secretary of state," she added.

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#495 May 20, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Many are leaving the liberal plantation. The old lies aren't working anymore.
They don't work for either political extreme anymore, left or right.

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#496 May 20, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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I'm not saying Republicans don't contribute to the problems in this country. What I am saying, is Democrats make Republicans look like angels when it comes to contributions to the problems in this country.
How exactly do Republicans dictate how many voting machines are available for Democrat voters?
Is voting important enough to you to wait in line? Are you saying a ride in a theme park is important enough to people to wait in long lines, but voting isn't? There in lies the REAL problem!
They make the GOP look like angels all right...fallen angels, that is.
Sheik Yerbouti

Furlong, PA

#497 May 20, 2013
The dems should dump hillary and run a REAL Democrat!!

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#498 May 20, 2013
One of the most insidious means of disenfranchising voters for a political party results from gerrymandering. All too often, we will see legislative districts that produce a Dem vs GOP ratio totally out of whack in proportion to those who vote for either party. The prevalence of gerrymandering depends on which party has the edge when legislative districts are drawn.

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#499 May 20, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>They don't work for either political extreme anymore, left or right.
Good for you.

Bishop E.W. Jackson Message to Black Christians - YouTube
www.youtube.com/watch... JacksonforVirginia 4 min 937,711 views Added Sep 18, 2012
A short message from Bishop E.W. Jackson to fellow black Christians about the evil being done by the Democrat party.

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#500 May 20, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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I'm not saying Republicans don't contribute to the problems in this country. What I am saying, is Democrats make Republicans look like angels when it comes to contributions to the problems in this country.
How exactly do Republicans dictate how many voting machines are available for Democrat voters?
Is voting important enough to you to wait in line? Are you saying a ride in a theme park is important enough to people to wait in long lines, but voting isn't? There in lies the REAL problem!
There were no long lines in the suburbs.

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#503 May 20, 2013
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>Guess, you missed out on Powell. LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
Guess you missed that P comes well after H in the alphabet.
Not to mention Powell proved he was not a true Republican or Conservative by supporting race over qualification.

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#504 May 20, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>They make the GOP look like angels all right...fallen angels, that is.
Ha ha. Deflection and childishness, what a shocker.

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#505 May 20, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>There were no long lines in the suburbs.
There you go with the jealousy.

So how did the Republicans cause long lines where Democrats vote and short lines or no lines in the suburbs?

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#506 May 20, 2013
Mr Big Bad John Roberts wrote:
<quoted text>Post as much as you like. That does not help the sorry racist status of your party. Your Uncle Toms are just GOP lap dogs. On the contray, Mr. Colin Powell is a strong Black Republican and you racists wanted to burn a cross on his lawn because he told the truth about racism in your racist party, LOFL!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol! I'm not a Republican! See what ASSumption does?

Colin Powell isn't a true republican! He proved race is more important than qualification when he supported Obama.
neutral observer

West Palm Beach, FL

#507 May 20, 2013
Hillary could not even win against a neophyte Senator who never held a real private sector job and had communibity organizer on his resume. Not to mention his overtly sexist campaign.

To imagine she could do any better this time...

Democrats always nominate the flavor of the month... just as Republicans always rehash the runner up from last go around.
neutral observer

West Palm Beach, FL

#508 May 20, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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Lol! I'm not a Republican! See what ASSumption does?

Colin Powell isn't a true republican! He proved race is more important than qualification when he supported Obama.
Remember Bush's only qualification was that his father was qualified and Clinton was an in-bred simpleton from Arkansas. Obama was as qualified as either of them.

A generation of morons.

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#509 May 20, 2013
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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Ha ha. Deflection and childishness, what a shocker.
Your original post was even more childishly partisan. And your response to my response was a sorry attempt at damage control.

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#510 May 20, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Good for you.
Bishop E.W. Jackson Message to Black Christians - YouTube
www.youtube.com/watch... JacksonforVirginia 4 min 937,711 views Added Sep 18, 2012
A short message from Bishop E.W. Jackson to fellow black Christians about the evil being done by the Democrat party.
I don't doubt it. The only problem is that choosing between Democrat anf Republican amounts to choosing your poison.

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#511 May 20, 2013
Make that "and".

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#512 May 20, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
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Remember Bush's only qualification was that his father was qualified and Clinton was an in-bred simpleton from Arkansas. Obama was as qualified as either of them.
A generation of morons.
I would take Bill Clinton over Obama any day. Hillary? Well I would take Bill Clinton any day over Hillary.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#513 May 20, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
<quoted text>
Remember Bush's only qualification was that his father was qualified and Clinton was an in-bred simpleton from Arkansas. Obama was as qualified as either of them.
A generation of morons.
He was? I seem to remember that Clinton and Bush were Governors of states. DumBama? A community organizer. Given the experience of all of them, I would say that Bush and Clinton were way more qualified than DumBama. People who ran states are way ahead of somebody who couldn't run a hotdog stand today.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#514 May 20, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
Hillary could not even win against a neophyte Senator who never held a real private sector job and had communibity organizer on his resume. Not to mention his overtly sexist campaign.
To imagine she could do any better this time...
Democrats always nominate the flavor of the month... just as Republicans always rehash the runner up from last go around.
I would guess that puts Republicans ahead of Democrats. After all, before DumBama's first term, he was up against a woman with 8 years in the US Senate and 8 years in the White House. Out of the dozen or so candidates, the Democrats elected the least experienced guy for the job. Why? Because he was a Mulatto.

Give the Republicans some credit. McCain was in the Senate for decades and Romney was at least a Governor.

Democrats: Uninformed Voters.

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#515 May 20, 2013
neutral observer wrote:
<quoted text>Remember Bush's only qualification was that his father was qualified and Clinton was an in-bred simpleton from Arkansas. Obama was as qualified as either of them.

A generation of morons.
Bush was a two term Governor of Texas before entering the White House.
Clinton was Attorney General of Arkansas, and served several terms as Governor of Arkansas.
Obama served as an Illinois senator for a term. A Chicago Tribune article reported that he was able to get into the Illinois Senate by challenging the veracity of nominating petitions until his competitors could no longer legally be considered candidates and were knocked off the ballot. He served part of a term as a US Senator for Illinois before becoming President. In the Senate in 2007, Obama voted along Democratic Party lines 97 percent of the time, about 10 percent more than the average for all Democratic senators [source: The Hill]. Of the leading Democrat candidates, he's missed the most votes during the 109th Congress. Obama missed 282 of the 630 total votes from Dec. 8, 2007, to July 28, 2008, or 44.8 percent. Obama ranks third in votes missed behind fellow presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Sen. Tim Johnson (D-ND) who suffered a brain hemorrhage and missed the 2007 Senate session [source: Washington Post].

Who do you think is more qualified to run a country? Someone that has run a State? Or someone that weasels his way into the state senate, votes present rather than yes or no a third of the time, then goes to the US Senate and ranks among the top in not bothering to vote?

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#516 May 20, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Your original post was even more childishly partisan. And your response to my response was a sorry attempt at damage control.
Lol, your perception is warped. You chimed in with a reply to my post to someone else. Which reply to your reply are you referring to? There was more than one. Regardless, there was no need for damage control. You forget, all people have to do is scroll back and read our exchanges.

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