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HILLARY FOR PRESIDENT
#41


It's no secret that I like the Clinton's.

Whenever I say that I feel like I can almost hear a deep, bone weary-like sigh from all my Republican friends. hah
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#42
Unless she distances herself from some (a lot) of Obama's policies, I'm probably voting Republican. However, it will be interesting to see who the Republicans put forth. There's no clear leader in the Republican party right now and they're split.

Even though he's fat, I think Chris Christie might do well in a bid against Hillary. He really should drop a few pounds though. I don't think he's that well liked by his own party though...he did the unthinkable praising Obama for his hurricane response.
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#43


I know this is a long way off but I'm interested in watching how is progresses.

Speculation about Hillary Clinton's potential presidential run in 2016 dominated the morning shows on Sunday.

The "Meet the Press" roundtable opened with a ten-minute discussion on the topic. NBC News chief foreign correspondent Andrea Mitchell said she saw Clinton's rousing speech at the Women in the World summit, which fueled further speculation about her political future.

"Boy, she let it rip on Friday," Mitchell said. "There was no misunderstanding. If she decides she's running, she's got everyone around her. James Carville joining her SuperPAC this week — it's the strongest signal yet."

Politico's Maggie Haberman ticked off a number of things to watch for to predict whether Clinton will run, while former Governor Bill Richardson said he thought she will certainly make a bid for the presidency.

"I will say there are generations of women — I speak to the young women at the conference... and my 95-year old mother — they want to see a woman in their lifetime," Mitchell added. "This is a real aspiration."

Over on "This Week," Arianna Huffington said Clinton is "obviously running." Fox News' Greta Van Susteren also predicted a Clinton run in 2016, while Paul Krugman mused that it was strange to observe the "tremendous unity" among Democrats behind one candidate, joking that the party has switched places with the Republicans since 2008.

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#44
I'm shocked!!!

j/k. Nicely done. Smiley_emoticons_slash


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#45
Which is the before and which is the after?
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#46
(07-08-2013, 06:06 PM)crash Wrote: Which is the before and which is the after?

The before is on the right. She's got a lot fewer lines and facial sagging. Looks like she might have had some work done on her eyes too (you see a little more lid, her bags are slightly smaller). Or she got a really good night's sleep.
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#47
:shrugs:

The left one looks like she got stung on the face by a bee and it popped all the wrinkles out. The right looks natural at least.
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#48
She's definitely getting botox too. Granted, her brows are lifted in this pic but most women have residual lines even when their eyes are normal. Her forehead (in both pics) looks pretty damn smooth.

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#49
Vanity is a cruel sport..
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#50
(07-08-2013, 06:11 PM)crash Wrote: :shrugs:

The left one looks like she got stung on the face by a bee and it popped all the wrinkles out. The right looks natural at least.

I think she looks better in the one on the left but you're right, the one on the right is pretty in its own way too.

At least if she did do something, she didn't go crazy with it. Nothing screams surgery louder than an older lady with big fat lips.

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#51
(07-08-2013, 06:14 PM)crash Wrote: Vanity is a cruel sport..

I think it's a strategic move for 2016.

ETA: I also think that's one reason Chris Christie had his gastric bypass procedure.
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#52


If she's had some work done I'm going to take that as another positive sign that she's going to run for Prez again.

Hillary is a history making kind of woman & I think she has what it takes to be the first female President of the United States of America.

Go Hillary!
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#53
Life imitates art

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#54
(07-08-2013, 06:23 PM)Duchess Wrote:
Hillary is a history making kind of woman & I think she has what it takes to be the first female President of the United States of America.

And then came Benghazi.
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(07-09-2013, 11:39 AM)BlueTiki Wrote:
(07-08-2013, 06:23 PM)Duchess Wrote:
Hillary is a history making kind of woman & I think she has what it takes to be the first female President of the United States of America.

And then came Benghazi.

I don't think Benghazi will derail her. However, I think her biggest challenge will be conveying the message "just kidding, I didn't really like Obama that much".
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#56
Doubtful even that will cause her any problems. As long as the right keeps putting forth extremist asshats and polished knobs as their runners, the Dem Dame is a shoe in.
Thank god I am oblivious to the opinions of others while caught in the blinding splendor of my own cleverness.
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#57
(07-09-2013, 12:23 PM)Donovan Wrote: Doubtful even that will cause her any problems. As long as the right keeps putting forth extremist asshats and polished knobs as their runners, the Dem Dame is a shoe in.

That's the truth!! The GOP is a mess right now.
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#58
What do the recent polls have to say about the youth vote and Benghazi?

Is it favorable?
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#59
(07-09-2013, 12:36 PM)BlueTiki Wrote: What do the recent polls have to say about the youth vote and Benghazi?

Is it favorable?


It's said that her poll numbers are already unbeatable.

Despite the attempts of the Republican Party to hammer her public profile on issues such as the Benghazi attack, Hillary Clinton left her position at secretary of state in the beginning of 2013 with extraordinarily high approval ratings. A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll had her approval at 69%, with a 25% disapproval rate. Clinton’s high profile has led to a flurry of speculation that she will run again.

A slew of recent polls on Clinton's chances for winning the Presidency in 2016 seems to aid to this sensation of momentum. A Washington Post/ABC News poll had 57% of respondents nationally backing a Hillary Clinton run for the White House. While obviously scoring high among Democratic men and women, 80% and 84% respectively, other categories show strong support as well. Among independent women Clinton scores 68% compared to 52% percent of independent men. Perhaps most surprisingly, Clinton has the support of 35% of Republican women compared to 13% of Republican men. Overall, Clinton has 82% Democratic support, 59% independent support, and 23% Republican support.

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(07-09-2013, 12:42 PM)Duchess Wrote:
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I'm sorry . . . really I am.

I'm having a difficult time communicating, today.

Youth and Benghazi polling . . . that's what I was curious about.

Youth played big with Obama . . .

But thanks for the link.

There went another wasted minute and a half of my life, reading drivel.
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