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  • Jessie M 2012/08/16 15:43:46
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    Jessie M
    +5
    If Obama replaces Biden with Clinton it would only be seen as a poor attempt to earn back the women vote.

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  • Mj PINKYFINGERDOWN 2013/01/07 20:37:15
  • lucky 2012/08/18 14:48:45
    Disagree
    lucky
    Who knows, could be a condolences lunch for Hillary, maybe Obama and Biden think its time to put her out.
  • JoeM~PWCM~JLA 2012/08/18 01:19:38
    Disagree
    JoeM~PWCM~JLA
    thank goodness she is smarter than to tie herself to a sinking ship.
  • Mark DeBarbieri 2012/08/17 16:47:02
    Disagree
    Mark DeBarbieri
    Historically, no one that was ever in a cabinet position has ever reached the Oval office. Hillary in 2016, not!
  • Seonag 2012/08/17 13:06:11
    Disagree
    Seonag
    I do NOT believe Hillary would even accept if offered. I truly believe she knows it would destroy any chance for a run for the Presidency in 2016.
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2012/08/17 05:36:54
    Agree
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    But I hope not! I picked the wrong one there.
  • Jeff Smith 2012/08/17 02:42:43
    Disagree
    Jeff Smith
    Either way Oboam can't win
  • Denny 2012/08/17 02:28:33 (edited)
    Disagree
    Denny
    If they would dump him now, they would be toast........They already are....... Never mind doesn't matter. Hilly better get an appointment for Botox really quick.
  • CHUCK 2012/08/17 01:45:15
    Agree
    CHUCK
    GOOD POLITICAL MOVE..
  • snipe 2012/08/16 23:41:54
    Disagree
    snipe
    Hildebeast would be nuts to run with obama. She might help him win reelection on Nov 6th, but by noon Nov 7th he'd have her stuffed into a closet somewhere. Even if he did win another term with her on the ticket he's not going to change from the Socialist/Keynesian path he's stumbling down now. obama will have the Country so screwed up by 2016, that as his VP she wouldn't have a snowballs chance in hell of winning the Presidency. Hildebeast has wanted the Presidency since puberty; she and Bill both know she'll never get there by riding the coattails of Mr. "hope and change."
  • tblackb 2012/08/16 23:18:59
    Disagree
    tblackb
    he isn't going anywhere
  • Matt 2012/08/16 22:19:08
    Agree
    Matt
    +2
    Great trade, an idiot for a psychopath !
    Hillary Psychopath
  • ☆ElenaDiamond☆ 2012/08/16 20:38:21
    Disagree
    ☆ElenaDiamond☆
    +1
    I think it is highly unlikely. Obama's puppetmasters, wont allow him to do anything that will make him look stupid. I also doubt Hillary would accept. I have heard there is no love lost between the two. Although almost anyone would be better than Dumb Joey, but between the two of them, its a toss up. Kind of like dumb and dumber.
  • snipe ☆ElenaD... 2012/08/16 23:59:42
    snipe
    +1
    Bill and Hillary hate obama after what he did to them in the '08 Primary. I heard that Bill and obama met on the Golf course at Andrews and got into a heated confrontation. And it's claimed that obama told Bill he was a racist and no different than the rest of them.
  • maggiemay 2012/08/16 20:37:59
    Disagree
    maggiemay
    +1
    I heard No. Obama is going to stick with the comic relief man. I'm sure he would rather have him under his thumb then out there giving everything away. Besides I hear the media will let them look everything over before they publish it. What a joke the media has become.
  • No nonsense NanC...don't BS... 2012/08/16 20:05:57
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    No nonsense NanC...don't BS me!
    +2
    Jay Carney says no.......the ticket will remain 0bama/Biden, but if he thought
    he could lose with Biden and win with Clinton, he would make the move in
    a heartbeat. He will do whatever it takes to win.

    The question is, would people like me, who actually supported her in 2008, vote
    for her on a 0bama/Clinton ticket. I think, for myself, that would be a resounding "NO!"
  • Stoner 2012/08/16 19:55:57
    Disagree
    Stoner
    +1
    am i crazy or is that a skinner roseanne barr
  • Semper Fi Stoner 2012/08/17 14:14:48
    Semper Fi
    No, you're just stoned again....
  • Callaway 2012/08/16 19:52:47
    Disagree
    Callaway
    +1
    Hilly has been around politics for a long time, I doubt she will want to take the second chair to Barry when even if he gets beat she can bow out as SOS with her tail feathers attached and do the waiting game. It makes sense to toss Joe The Dim out of the bus but unless they make up some silly obscure illness like early stage Idiocracy or Forgotonizm they are stuck with the smuck.
  • Space Invader 2012/08/16 19:28:01
    Disagree
    Space Invader
    +1
    nope; Joe stays...Hillary gets passed over..
  • StarWarsBob 2012/08/16 19:22:46 (edited)
    Disagree
    StarWarsBob
    +2
    Not until after the election. Maybe in 2014 or 2015.

    President Obama already has the majority of the women votes locked up because of extremist Republican policies on woman health issues.
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/12...
  • Drummerboy StarWar... 2012/08/16 19:54:55
  • StarWar... Drummerboy 2012/08/16 20:40:29
    StarWarsBob
    +2
    Dreams and wishes are fun to have, aren't they. But they have NOTHING to do with reality. RealClearPolitics shows the break down of electoral votes, and right now President Obama leads with 237 to Romney's 191, with 110 in the toss up column. Of those 110, they are in nine swing states, and President Obama is leading in eight of those nine states in the polls. The only swing state that President Obama is not ahead in is North Carolina, where Romney leads Obama by an average 1%. The REALITY is that all President Obama has to do is win Florida and Ohio, and he will have 284 electoral votes, 14 more than needed to win. Or just Florida and New Hampshire, or Florida and Iowa, or Ohio and Wisconsin and Nevada, and the list of combinations is extensive.
    http://www.realclearpolitics....
  • gr8punkin 2012/08/16 18:25:20
    Disagree
    gr8punkin
    +1
    Probably a strategy meeting on how the two of them are going to be used for the re-election campaign.
  • AL 2012/08/16 18:24:34
    Disagree
    AL
    +1
    I'm afraid Obee is stuck with his crazy old uncle joe for the time being! I other words, he's stuck with the date he came to this dance with
  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/08/16 18:18:52
  • Kern 2012/08/16 18:01:53 (edited)
  • Daryl Kern 2012/08/16 19:59:18
    Daryl
    Godwin much? It is liberals who are fascists. Liberals are shooting conservatives and committing vandalism, fraud and physical assault. These Nazi tactics show that you have the roles exactly backward sir.

    Obama is weak with everyone except conservative Americans.

    If you are a foreigner, Obama will literally show you his arse like a Bonobo begging to be mounted.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.c...
  • Kern Daryl 2012/08/16 22:19:31
    Kern
    +2
    I used to think that you had some sense; I have been proved incorrect in that assessment.

    Tell me, is bowing to a state leader in accordance with their traditions worse than kissing them on the lips?

    Bush Kissing
  • Yuffie ♫ K-POP Dance Guru 2012/08/16 17:58:13
    Disagree
    Yuffie ♫ K-POP Dance Guru
    +1
    I hate her southern swag.
  • Daryl Yuffie ... 2012/08/16 20:00:13
    Daryl
    +1
    She turns that accent on and off like Biden depending on her audience.

    I wonder if she put's on a British accent when she goes freak dancing in Jamaica?
  • Yuffie ... Daryl 2012/08/17 00:24:49
    Yuffie ♫ K-POP Dance Guru
    hehee !
  • Dwight PWCM 2012/08/16 17:49:55
    Disagree
    Dwight PWCM
    +2
    I'll believe it when I see it. The arrogance of Barry Obama will not allow him to admit a mistake.
  • Josh Robinson 2012/08/16 17:46:24 (edited)
    Agree
    Josh Robinson
    +1
    They're BOTH disciples of Bill Ayers and The Weather Underground Domestic Terrorist Movement of the 60-70's... It makes sense Obama and Hillary would both team up
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  • Kingarthurup 2012/08/16 17:44:18
    Agree
    Kingarthurup
    +1
    If she replaced Odumba, marxism would have a better chance.
  • hayesml47 2012/08/16 17:41:34
    Disagree
    hayesml47
    +3
    I do think that Obama should replace Biden but not with Clinton! I think that GHW Bush lost his re-election because he kept Qualye around and Obama could use someone better as his VP, someone who would actually be a good prospect for 2016!
  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2012/08/16 17:36:24
    Disagree
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +4
    I will be honest...i do not know...Obama chose Biden in the first place because he wasn't a threat to the Emperor Obama....Clinton, on the other hand, wants to be Empress...IF he does it's a tactical error on his part..he not only woluld have to spin he would have to Fluff and Fold
  • Theresa 2012/08/16 17:34:43
    Agree
    Theresa
    +1
    Biden is a liability now he tells the truth of all the Usurper's plans. These gaffs are costing him votes. Hilliary would gain him votes since they are both Saul Alinsky acolytes..
  • rich 2012/08/16 17:34:41
    Agree
    rich
    +1
    Joe Biden will be 70 in November, Hilary Clinton is nearly 6 years younger. Politics at that level must be tougher when you are older. Biden might want a break from that kind of intensity, but I'm sure they've discussed it if that is the decision Obama's made. I know I wouldn't want that job at 70, if ever, but certainly not 5 years past retirement age.
  • Allbiz - PWCM - JLA 2012/08/16 17:33:34
    Agree
    Allbiz - PWCM - JLA
    +2
    I neither agree nor disagree, but there was no other choice given.

    I do think it's possible. But I don't think it's probable.

    If Obama added Hillary as VP, that would give him some strength on his ticket. But as the same time, it would ne admitting just what we've been saying all along. That the Obama/Biden is a weak team.

    It's now a little past 1:30. The 12:30 lunch should be breaking up soon. We may know sooner than we realize.

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