Yet again, Hillary announces she's running for Queen

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    RobP
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    http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/13/politics/hillary-clinton-roosevelt-island-rally/

    And of course the cornerstone of the campaign re-re-relaunch is the socialist view that “real and lasting prosperity must be built by all and shared by all.”

    Heaven help us all if she gets elected.

    #11565
    Brianl
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    Maybe if the Republicans nominate someone worth a hill of shit, she won’t be elected.

    #11567
    missing_kskd
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    There isn’t any other way to get to a prosperous state.

    Labor is the source of all wealth.

    It only makes sense to share the product of it so we have people living reasonable, modest lives in return fo a lot of their time.

    Republicans aren’t running anybody looking to improve the state of things for you, unless you are wealthy enough to not need it, in which case they are happy to help you get more.

    I hope she wins so we get 8 more years of righties going full bat shit over it all, just like they have with Obama. Perhaps that will be enough time for the worst to age out and we get meaningful progress.

    #11570
    Listener_Pete
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    Don’t forget if Hillary wins, she will probably have the opportunity to switch the right leaning supreme court to a left leaning court.

    #11572
    missing_kskd
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    One justice will matter.

    #11573
    paulwalker
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    I think her “quiet” campaign was seen as not really working, and this is kind of a re-set. More power to her, atleast she has the ability to be open minded about change. Now she needs to start answering more questions from the media. If she wins she will have much more experience in high office than Obama, albeit some of which was not “official” high office.

    #11574
    darth talon
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    Well I remember back in 2008 how conservatives kept saying that they would vote for Hillary Clinton because she’s the most conservative candidate for President.

    This was after years of bashing and attacking her as First Lady and a Senator. Now they’re back to attacking her. Conservatives, make up you’re mind. Do you hate her or like her?

    As a Democrat. I’m not voting for Hillary. The Clinton’s time is over. Her best shot of being President was in 2008. It’s time for the country to move forward. Electing Hillary Clinton (Or Jeb Bush) is a step back wards.

    #11575
    edselehr
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    If Jeb would be a redo of the Bush years, and Hillary would be a redo of the Bill Clinton years…Hillary is the only choice.

    #11576
    Langston
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    Carly Fiorina and Lindsey Graham have previously announced.

    #11580
    Vitalogy
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    What I’ve found is that conservatives afraid of socialism are usually people who could use a little bit of it.

    Of all the candidates on both sides, Hillary is clearly superior in all aspects of what you want a President to be. If you’re against her, you’re an ideologue or you have a problem with having a female president.

    #11588
    skeptical
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    With things coming to a head in the Mid East, who do YOU want in charge of the football?

    #11592
    Chris_Taylor
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    I’m turning into a Bernie Sanders fan. He’ll get his butt handed to him and won’t get elected, but, I love his message and the way he’s delivering it.

    #11593
    missing_kskd
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    Yeah, me too. He’s dishing it out old school and most of the body politic knows it, maybe envies it, but is on the accepted track…

    I want him to win because I suspect we would all get a serious 4 year education in civics most of us could use.

    #11597
    Vitalogy
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    Bernie Sanders is money. However, he’s not electable in a national election. I’d consider voting for him in the primary just to send a message, but at the end of the day, I want to make sure no matter what a D is in the White House in 2016.

    #11600
    missing_kskd
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    Yeah, me too. I’m absolutely not going to put SCOTUS at risk, and the Bush years still sting!

    Hopefully, we all get this right.

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