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Who Would You Like Most to See Run in 2016?

ABC News U.S. 2012/11/07 04:00:00
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The race for 2016 starts the day after election day. Both parties are going to be searching for their new leaders. Who would you like to see run for office in 2016?

chris christie joe biden

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  • burningsnowman 2012/12/11 20:50:51
    Hillary Clinton
    burningsnowman
    Actually NOTA. Clinton just seems like she'd be more polarizing so I picked her.
  • EyeLuvH... burning... 2013/01/02 03:03:44
    EyeLuvHillary
    Hillary Clinton is no more polarizing than Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson or, John Kennedy. If you believe otherwise, please explain.
  • john n 2012/11/27 09:49:44
    Joe Biden
    john n
    Me...
  • dru dixon 2012/11/19 20:09:45
    Hillary Clinton
    dru dixon
    +1
    Hillary almost won before and she just might break the glass ceiling for women this time! Christie might not be band Paul Ryan is too too far right especially with women and I don't think Biden has any ambition to run!
  • john 2012/11/17 01:43:51
    Paul Ryan
    john
    +2
    Chris Christie should run his ass to Jenny Creg!
  • CommieH... john 2012/11/17 08:12:50
    CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM
    rofl, good one
  • Bethany john 2012/12/24 08:03:28
    Bethany
    ILMBO!
  • GOP Poison 2012/11/13 18:24:36
    Hillary Clinton
    GOP Poison
    +1
    I put a HILLARY sign in my yard before the votes were counted and I wish I could vote twice on this pole because I would love to see her run against Ryan.
  • EyeLuvH... GOP Poison 2013/03/14 09:59:37
    EyeLuvHillary
    Yes!!
  • Tori 2012/11/12 22:51:53
    Hillary Clinton
    Tori
    +1
    It's time a woman took charge I'd like to see that it would mean the world is really changing for the better cause first you have a first black president, then first woman president I may get drunk to celebrate that and I don't even drink ^^
  • ThomasC... Tori 2012/11/13 04:20:02
    ThomasCromwell
    +2
    I agree about a woman being the right choice, but I would prefer Michele Bachmann as someone who would try to get America back following morality.
  • Tori ThomasC... 2012/11/13 21:03:42
    Tori
    +1
    sorry I don't know them
  • john Tori 2012/11/18 01:56:08
    john
    +1
    Then that would be the second president elected for the wrong reasons.
  • Tori john 2012/11/18 02:30:34
    Tori
    well I'm not America I don't choose no one I don't know all america problems I just I know few Amerian famous politan
  • Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA 2012/11/12 19:08:10 (edited)
    Paul Ryan
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Given the limited choices above, Paul Ryan is the only one on the list that has put forth a plan to solve our deficit and tax problem... but it is such a watered down plan, that it won't work over the long haul. Deficits will continue to pile up, and our newly elected PresBO will continue simply printing money out of thin area at the rate of $45 Billion per month.

    By 2016, our national debt will be over $20 Trillion, even though Barry said he will cut $4 Trillion from his non-existent budget. (manybe he thinks the debt would be $24T WITHOUT his cuts?)

    By 2016, gold will should be selling for around $3600/oz given that in Jan'09 it sold for $850/oz, today it sells for around $1750/oz, or increasing at 19.8% per year. At that rate of increase, gold will easily be selling for $3,600/oz

    As gas doubled from $1.80 four years ago to $3.60 today, the price for a gallon of gas should be around $7.20 by 2016. A "Happy Meal" at Mickey Dees sold for $2.39 in December 2008, and currently sells them for $3.99. At that rate, your kid's happy meal will go for $6.69 when the next POTUS is sworn into office.

    Something that cost you One Dollar in Clinton's last year in office (2000) will cost you $16.20 when Barry finishes his last term as our president. That's an annual average cost inc...











    Given the limited choices above, Paul Ryan is the only one on the list that has put forth a plan to solve our deficit and tax problem... but it is such a watered down plan, that it won't work over the long haul. Deficits will continue to pile up, and our newly elected PresBO will continue simply printing money out of thin area at the rate of $45 Billion per month.

    By 2016, our national debt will be over $20 Trillion, even though Barry said he will cut $4 Trillion from his non-existent budget. (manybe he thinks the debt would be $24T WITHOUT his cuts?)

    By 2016, gold will should be selling for around $3600/oz given that in Jan'09 it sold for $850/oz, today it sells for around $1750/oz, or increasing at 19.8% per year. At that rate of increase, gold will easily be selling for $3,600/oz

    As gas doubled from $1.80 four years ago to $3.60 today, the price for a gallon of gas should be around $7.20 by 2016. A "Happy Meal" at Mickey Dees sold for $2.39 in December 2008, and currently sells them for $3.99. At that rate, your kid's happy meal will go for $6.69 when the next POTUS is sworn into office.

    Something that cost you One Dollar in Clinton's last year in office (2000) will cost you $16.20 when Barry finishes his last term as our president. That's an annual average cost increase of 18% per year. NYTimes says average earnings have actually declined by $4000 since 2008. The NYT said the average wage in 2000 was $57,289 and was $58,029 in 2006 an increase of 1.3%. Recall that it was Jan 2007 the Dems got control of congress and since 2008 the average income has declined by $4000. That means that after offsetting the loses incured by the attack on the WTC in 2001, our wages still increased slightly during the GOP tenure of congressional control during the Bush Administration. But during the current administration, we are now earning far less TODAY than what we earned when the GOP speaker of the House handed the keys of Congress to Nancy Pelosi in January 2007.

    As wages have plummetted by $4000 per family over the past four years, we all may be making $8000 less by 2016.

    Just think back to when minimum wage was $1 an hour. One hour's work would buy around 2 1/2 gallons of gas. Today, the hourly minimum wage STILL buys just 2 1/2 gallons of gas.

    So what has changed? What happened to "Change we can believe in?

    The GOP has given us "moderate" candidates over and over... from Bob Dole to John McCain and now Mitt Romney, the GOP keeps offering centrist moderates that don't advocate conservative free market changes that our nation needs. Instead, we get the the other side of the same coin as the Democrats. No bold policy changes. No changes that "we can believe in". No substanitive solutions from either side of this coin...

    Actually SOLVING long term problems is not in the best interest of an entity that is geared toward "helping" people. Because if people no longer need help, we wouldn't need such a large omnipotent government!

    When you are in the business of handing out Band-aids and Aspirin, you certainly don't want anyone showing up with a CURE for what is ailing the people in need of those temporary remidies.
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  • Adakin ... Adakin ... 2012/11/13 21:09:49
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +2
    "Who Would You Like Most to See Run in 2016?"

    The question really should be "Who Would You Like Most to See WIN in 2016?"

    And that would be: gary johnson live free
  • Debra 2012/11/12 15:19:24
    Paul Ryan
    Debra
    +2
    Paul Ryan would be best but I guess there are too many people that don't know or care what happens in this country. Hillary and Obama did so well with their foreign policy it got three seals and one ambassador killed. Yea, let the dummies vote her in for more.
  • Shae 2012/11/12 13:13:28
    Chris Christie
    Shae
    I love him. The more he speaks the more I see what a great leader he is. He gets things done and cares about his constituents more than others.... That would make for a great president.
  • john Shae 2012/11/12 16:43:48
    john
    +1
    Chris Christie lmao! This guy is an idiot and he is just looking to gain the support of the dems. He helped Obama get back in the White House and he will be rewarded. It's funny how the dems were talking crap about christie until he endorsed Obama.
  • Shae john 2012/11/13 18:00:29
    Shae
    Sorry I completely disagree with you.
    I see him as a man who gets things done. He put polictics aside and made sure his constituents who have lost their homes were taken care of.
    He decided the people of NJ were more important than worrying if someone has a D or a R in front of their title.
    He needed help from the federal government, President Obama is all our president not just the Democrats. Its both their responsibility to work together to help out the people who are in need.
    Don't let politics cloud your vision. This is a good man.


    As for democrats, if the DNC put up Adolf Hitler as a candidate they would say, "That guy had a point, there were too many Jews!" Trust me, Gov Christie will say something that will make him the bad guy again.
  • CommieH... john 2012/11/15 09:33:15
    CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM
    lol.. well that's the liberals way. Look at all the sh*t that Obama threw on Hitlery during the primary & then he hired her on as SofS. All those liberal socialist fu*ks have no character or integrity.
  • DizziNY 2012/11/12 11:58:33 (edited)
    Paul Ryan
    DizziNY
    +2
    ALL four of the people you posted suck.

    THIS is who I want as MY President:

    ron paul freedom



    ron paul freedom



    ron paul freedom
  • Adakin ... DizziNY 2012/11/12 19:21:26
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    So how old will RP be in 2016?

    rp 2016
  • CommieH... DizziNY 2012/11/15 09:30:13
    CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM
    +1
    SADLY I got an email today that Dr Paul is retiring from Congress so I guess he won't be around in 2016.
  • Jeff DizziNY 2012/11/23 18:57:29 (edited)
    Jeff
    I agree 100% but in case that he doesn't run, my second choice would be Gary Johnson.
  • CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM 2012/11/12 09:14:29
    Paul Ryan
    CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM
    49% voted for Hitlery LMAO.. She won't have a chance after 4 more years of Obama screwing up the country. I doubt well see another liberal, dumbocrat, socialist, or progressive for a decade
  • DizziNY CommieH... 2012/11/12 12:01:07 (edited)
  • CommieH... DizziNY 2012/11/15 09:27:42
  • Debra CommieH... 2012/11/12 15:21:19
    Debra
    You are so right Commie!!
  • Erok 2012/11/12 09:12:18
  • john Erok 2012/11/12 16:46:07
    john
    +1
    You nailed it great!
  • Ann 2012/11/12 05:39:18
    Paul Ryan
    Ann
    +1
    I would like to see Mitt Romney run.
  • Mellow Ann 2012/11/12 18:57:37
    Mellow
    Mitt would not have done any better then Obama has been. Considering he only served one term as governor in Massachusetts, and they seriously voted against him, says a lot on how well he did. Mass dropped to 47th in job creation while he was in charge. Nah, we need something better then what mitt could provide. Not sure who that is though, I am not convinced any of the people listed on this poll would be the answer, that is for sure!
  • Mellow 2012/11/12 05:04:53
    Hillary Clinton
    Mellow
    None of these, really. Definitely not Ryan, I think he is an asshat. I think Biden is a terrible choice, too. Do not know enough about Christie to have an opinion about him, with the exception that he reminds me of Tommy boy when he is mad, and that makes me giggle. I would really like to see something new and better brought to the table. A person who can better reflect all of America, and really cares about the people instead of their own crazy and wacked out agendas. Someone who can offer new and innovative solutions.
  • Debra Mellow 2012/11/12 15:22:41
    Debra
    +1
    Hillary hasn't offered a darn thing. She has a job now and can't handle it. No more for her.
  • Mellow Debra 2012/11/12 18:46:52
    Mellow
    I just clicked her because she was on top. I do not like any of the options as I had indicated above, you know where I said "None of these" ? Pretty good indicator that i would not want her either. So... that was a little bit of a waste of time...
  • Debra Mellow 2012/11/30 17:11:19
    Debra
    lol. I waste my time a lot just being here and putting in my two cents worth! lol You are right.
  • CommieH... Mellow 2012/11/15 08:55:57 (edited)
    CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM
    +1
    Hillary has so much sh*t on her with this Benghazi gun running scandal that she'll never even choose to run in 2016. Her only chance was this year, but she couldn't beat the "neighborhood organizer" in the primary. Even if she wanted to run she might not even get a chance if she's in prison.
    http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/ho...
    http://blogs.jpost.com/conten...
    This links to approx 10 more articles re; Benghazi gun running
    http://www.wnd.com/?s=benghaz...
    http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/ho...
    http://www.canadafreepress.co...
    http://lastresistance.com/399...
    stevens-funneling-weapons-to-...
    http://lastresistance.com/399...
  • Mellow CommieH... 2012/11/15 09:56:31 (edited)
    Mellow
    Please read the comment below my answer. It says "NONE OF THESE". Very good, I hope you had fun wasting your time with all that gloopity glop you posted there.
  • CommieH... Mellow 2012/11/17 08:19:28
    CommieHunter - AFCL- PWCM
    Not a waste of my time if just one blind liberal goes & reads what's really going on.
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