Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

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Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by Plow » Sun Aug 02, 2015 11:39 pm

Can she even count on the guaranteed 46%? Can any of you libs tell us what she brings to the table?
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by austrotard » Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:24 am

Plow wrote:
Can any of you libs tell us what she brings to the table?

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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by VTNZ » Mon Aug 03, 2015 3:45 pm

Well, she's the only moderate republican out there.....so she's got that.... :coffee
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by BigCliff » Mon Aug 03, 2015 4:27 pm

Unlike Scott Walker, she at least finished college.

Unlike Ted Cruz, she's not mostly known for being a smug asshole.

Unlike Rand Paul, she doesn't pander to her party's base when politically expedient.

Unlike the whole damn GOP, she's experienced in and has use for diplomacy over bombing and invasion.

I might vote for John Kasich over her, but I know he's not nearly angry enough to get nominated by the current joke that's the GOP.
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by kish » Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:10 pm

BigCliff wrote: Unlike Rand Paul, she doesn't pander to her party's base when politically expedient.
Nope. Not at all:

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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by Plow » Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:34 pm

BigCliff wrote:Unlike Scott Walker, she at least finished college.

Unlike Ted Cruz, she's not mostly known for being a smug asshole.

Unlike Rand Paul, she doesn't pander to her party's base when politically expedient.

Unlike the whole damn GOP, she's experienced in and has use for diplomacy over bombing and invasion. Seriously, like, Benghazi?

I might vote for John Kasich over her, but I know he's not nearly angry enough to get nominated by the current joke that's the GOP.
I was hoping some folks could point out her accomplishments and why she should be president.
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by BigCliff » Tue Aug 04, 2015 9:15 am

kish wrote:
BigCliff wrote: Unlike Rand Paul, she doesn't pander to her party's base when politically expedient.
Nope. Not at all:

Hillary and I are lifelong Methodists, and that delivery/content is very typical amongst black Methodist services.

Getting all votes counted is core to the Democratic party, its not pandering.
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by kish » Tue Aug 04, 2015 4:07 pm

I'm sure it is typical amongst black Methodist services. Probably 'cause the speaker is usually a black Methodist who naturally talks that way. I don't know if she's Methodist, but she sure isn't black. If that's not pandering, I don't know what is.
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by Jon » Wed Aug 05, 2015 1:17 pm

Clinton's electability is largely dependent on who the GOP nominates. 2016 will almost certainly redefine the term "lesser of two evils"
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by Plow » Sun Aug 09, 2015 11:32 pm

Jon wrote:Clinton's electability is largely dependent on who the GOP nominates. 2016 will almost certainly redefine the term "lesser of two evils"
Is it possible that H Clinton could ever, in your wildest dreams, be the lesser of two evils? Do you read or watch the news? She makes Bill C and tricky Dick Nixon look like alter boys.
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by BigCliff » Mon Aug 10, 2015 2:18 pm

Plow wrote:She makes Bill C and tricky Dick Nixon look like alter boys.
People, this is why we refer to the "Right Wing Alternate Universe".
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Re: Clinton, anyone here thinks she a viable candidate?

Post by Plow » Mon Aug 10, 2015 6:56 pm

BigCliff wrote:
kish wrote:
BigCliff wrote: Unlike Rand Paul, she doesn't pander to her party's base when politically expedient.
Nope. Not at all:

Hillary and I are lifelong Methodists, and that delivery/content is very typical amongst black Methodist services.

Getting all votes counted is core to the Democratic party, its not pandering.
I think black methodist are capable of understanding her without the pandering.

The core dem value you're thinking of is "vote early, vote often".
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