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Why are the Republicans so afraid of Hillary Clinton?

ϟMopederϟ 2013/01/22 16:51:10
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  • ehrhornp 2013/01/22 17:15:51
    Because if she ran she would win
    ehrhornp
    +15
    And they would consider losing to a woman to be worse than losing to a black man. lol

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  • GAC 2013/01/28 02:15:49
    They are not
    GAC
    With the blood of four Americans on her hands, what chance does she stand in 2016?
    hillary clinton prison
  • Sissy GAC 2013/01/29 14:25:14
  • GAC Sissy 2013/01/29 15:32:22
    GAC
    +1
    Yeah, that's very cute.
  • Sissy GAC 2013/01/29 20:39:56
    Sissy
    Awww, I bet you are too.

    Have a great day.
  • Guru_T_... GAC 2013/02/09 12:43:50
    Guru_T_Firefly
    +1
    She stands a far better chance than any GOP candidate.
  • GAC Guru_T_... 2013/02/09 15:24:36
    GAC
    How so? Please enlighten me LWNJ. (And make it good!)
  • Guru_T_... GAC 2013/02/09 17:22:42
    Guru_T_Firefly
    +1
    It's already good and I don't even believe that it's possible to enlighten a RWNJ. After the last election, no explanation is necessary. How many of your illiterate Republican demi-gods made the grade? Perry? Cain? Bachmann? Not even Willard, the final idiot, had a snowball's chance in hell of winning.
  • GAC Guru_T_... 2013/02/09 22:12:14
    GAC
    And what makes you think that the equation won't be different in 2016? By then, our economy will look a lot like that of Greece.
  • Guru_T_... GAC 2013/02/09 22:39:08
    Guru_T_Firefly
    Well, since the GOP refuses to upgrade it's platform so that it appeals to everyone and not just the RWNJs, who exactly have you guys got to run that will appeal to moderates? Who? Name one that wouldn't be a weak token offering.
  • GAC Guru_T_... 2013/02/09 23:13:27 (edited)
    GAC
    If by "moderates", you mean those who aren't social conservatives, I'm with you on that. As a Libertarian Conservative myself, I too have no such use for most sorts of bigotry, such as homophobia. However, I do think that this country is still center-right when it comes to FISCAL CONSERVATISM. Most Americans, I believe, do want a country that is fiscally responsible; they just don't know how much our government unjustly and unconstitutionally intervenes in this country's economy (granted, BOTH parties are to blame for this) at this moment of time. That will likely come to light when our economy crashes, and people finally realize that lassie-faire capitalism DOES uplift both the lower and middle classes and government thus shouldn't play the role of Santa Claus.
    And to answer your question, I think the best choice would be Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, although he isn't my personal preference.
  • Guru_T_... GAC 2013/02/10 05:32:35
    Guru_T_Firefly
    Sorry, but if someone has to redefine the term 'moderate' to fit their ideology, they really can't have much in the way of a valid argument to begin with. Personally, I can't see Rand Paul making it past the primary. He's too divisive and neanderthal-esque in his ideology.
  • andy15554 2013/01/27 22:46:26
    They are not
    andy15554
    +2
    She's a nasty old hag and could only beat the idiot Biden
  • rikonjohn 2013/01/27 09:40:59
    Because if she ran she would win
    rikonjohn
    +1
    They know damned good and well if Hillary runs - they lose.
  • Donatello rikonjohn 2013/01/27 21:44:30 (edited)
  • rikonjohn Donatello 2013/01/27 22:46:35
  • Guru_T_... Donatello 2013/01/31 06:59:12
    Guru_T_Firefly
    +1
    Cute, but it doesn't change the fact that the GOP has a totally worthless platform and no candidate of substance that could even come close to beating her in an election.
  • Guru_T_... Donatello 2013/02/09 12:44:51
    Guru_T_Firefly
    No, putting lipstick on drunken pigs is strictly a Republican activity.
  • tytyvyllus 2013/01/26 15:09:00
    None of the above
    tytyvyllus
    +1
    if they are and I can't speak for republicans it it because she is the media's darling and they (the media) become aphasic regarding her many failings.
  • Bearish~PWCM~ 2013/01/26 14:37:53
    They are not
    Bearish~PWCM~
    +2
    If a Dem had to win. I would have preferred Hillary in the WH..
    But instead we have this unqualified idiot Obama in there..
    I have no doubt that a woman can do just as bad of a job as we men have been doing for years.
  • tytyvyllus Bearish... 2013/01/27 16:08:39
    tytyvyllus
    +1
    especially that woman; if she ran the country as inefficiently and ineffectively as she ran her campaign we would be, if you can imagine, in worse shape than we are now. it is not about gender or race it is about competence and that, in DC is in short supply.
  • Guru_T_... Bearish... 2013/02/09 12:46:33
    Guru_T_Firefly
    +1
    It could have been much, much, much worse. We could have ended up with that idiot Willard in the Oval Office. Than goodness we dodged that bullet.
  • tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA 2013/01/26 03:47:18
    Undecided
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +2
    She is free to run as the leftist she is...thanks to Obama.
  • Sissy tommyg ... 2013/01/26 10:41:08
    Sissy
    +4
    She doesn't need to "thank" anyone, she has done fine all on her own and on her own merits.
  • tommyg ... Sissy 2013/01/28 18:22:31
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    I won't argue that. She was a Senator during the Bush years and then Sec of State the last 4.

    I will argue that she "has done fine". Her fingerprints are all over the last 10 years. You happy with how that went?
  • Sissy tommyg ... 2013/01/29 14:28:22
    Sissy
    +1
    I'm happy for a lot of things that she has done tommy. I'm "happy" that she gained back the respect this country lost on the world stage, I'm "happy" that she brokered peace between Israel and Palestine that were on the edge of an all-out war, I'm really "happy" that she has brought the world's attention to women's issues as well as abject poverty in many countries where sultans' live in ornate palaces while people are starving and dying in the streets.
  • tommyg ... Sissy 2013/01/29 20:37:40
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    Sissy, I agree with your point about getting attention on women's issues. As for the rest, don't you think that there are more world "hot spots" now than before she took office? I do. I think Egypt and Libya will bite us on the ass someday....probably soon. As for the respect on the world stage, I think you see it through rose colored glasses. I see no evidence of gaining respect. Can you give me some examples?

    What about Benghazi? She takes responsibility but not the blame. We should all have that ability in our job. (sarcasm alert)
  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2013/01/26 03:26:23
    None of the above
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +1
    Who is afraid of her? got a link, would be interesting reading
  • AM 2013/01/26 03:01:51
  • Sissy AM 2013/01/26 10:42:35
    Sissy
    +2
    Republicans don't learn very much in their vice-presidential picks, do they?
  • AM Sissy 2013/01/26 12:02:29
  • Sissy AM 2013/01/26 12:03:57
    Sissy
    +2
    You didn't do all that well picking the twit from Alaska either.
  • AM Sissy 2013/01/26 12:16:11
  • Sissy AM 2013/01/26 12:35:30
    Sissy
    +3
    Who do you see in the current field of potential candidates going forward now for the Republican Party? What is your opinion of Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush and Mark Rubio? Is there a viable woman in the Republican Party at this time?
  • AM Sissy 2013/01/26 13:54:26
  • AM AM 2013/01/26 13:54:51
  • Sissy AM 2013/01/26 14:20:45
    Sissy
    +2
    This was a really interesting (as well as "entertaining") thread you got on here AM. I don't think your fellow republicans knew exactly how to deal with you lol. (Errrr, I sure gave you the raves though. lol)
  • AM Sissy 2013/01/26 15:32:46
  • Sissy AM 2013/01/26 14:18:20
    Sissy
    I think perhaps in four years Jeb will have shed most if not all of the angst of the "Bush" name, just like I don't think Hillary's last name will affect her should she run then either. I knew in '08 no matter how good she was, she had way too much baggage, just like Jeb would have had this cycle. Both Jindal and Bush were the first (if not maybe the only), high profile politicos who have said openly that the republican party had to look into its core and confront the reasons why they lost the election. It will be interesting to say the least to see in the months ahead who wins out.
  • Bearish... Sissy 2013/01/26 14:41:01
    Bearish~PWCM~
    +2
    It is a shame that our leaders cant discuss their differences as civilly as you and AM
  • Sissy Bearish... 2013/01/26 15:35:43
    Sissy
    +1
    It is indeed sad Bearish, because we need so desperately civility right now. I truly enjoy and learn much from those who are ideologically different than I, but are respectful, thoughtful and articulate. AM is all of those and while true to her core beliefs, can understand (like I hope I do,) that both sides are not perfect by any stretch of the imagination.
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