Why Hilliary Clinton Will Be Elected In 2016

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton

67th United States Secretary of State. She was the United States Secretery of State from January 21, 2009 – February 1, 2013.
67th United States Secretary of State. She was the United States Secretery of State from January 21, 2009 – February 1, 2013. | Source

Why Hilliary Clinton Will Be President In 2016.

You may not have noticed but a great social movement is gathering to elect the first woman president in 2016. Start watching after the mid term elections in 2014 and you will see exactly what I'm talking about.

Listen as the political pundits start saying its her time or she deserves it. And I don't know that they aren't right. Hilliary will be anointed by Hollywood, the media, and a large portion of the American public. If you cast a vote for Hilliary Clinton you will be helping to make history. You will be helping to elect the first woman president of the United States. You'll be able to tell your children and grandchildren that you voted for her.

And here let me tell you. Hilliary CLinton is the most qualified to be the first woman president of the United States. She knows what being the president is like. She was elected a Senator in 2000. She later became the Secretery of State and I think she did a great job. What other female candidate has the qualifications of Hilliary Clinton. None I say. I think its time that we elect the first woman president and I think it should be Hilliary Clinton. Join all of us in electing the first woman president of the United States.

Because the time has come. Hopefully the election of Hilliary Clinton will change the United States forever. I truly hope that when we elect Hilliary Clinton that we will also elect a Democratic majority in the House and Senate. If so then I think Hilliary Clinton will get more done than any other president in recent times.

Keep in mind that the Hispanic Voting Bloc is Hilliarys to lose. Ideally Hilliary will pick an Hispanic running mate early and together the two of them will win a vast majority of the Hispanic vote and seal the fate of whoever the Republican challenger is. As the years go by the Hispanic vote is going to become more and more important in electing the President of the United States and I don't see a Republican president getting elected any time soon. The Hispanic voting population is only going to grow in the years to come and this will prevent a Republican from being elected president.

Hilliary Clinton Will Be Elected In 2016

Madame President, it's on the way as sure as water rolls downhill and the sun is going to come up in the morning. Here's how I think the stage is going to be set. I think the Democrats are going to win big in the 2014 mid term elections. The Republicans already see the writing on the wall and a lot of Republican governors are already back pedaling, distancing themselves from the main Republican party. The Democrats may not take the house in 2014 but I see them getting a lot closer than people think. I really believe the Hispanic and African American vote is going to go hugely to the Democrats and I see this putting the G.O.P. in more of a tailspin than it already is.

If that happens and as more and more people call on Hilliary Clinton to run for President I think she will come out shortly after the mid term elections and announce that she is indeed a candidate for president in 2016. And when this happens more and more people are going to jump on the Clinton bandwagon and this time I don't think anyone is going to stop Hilliary. I think we will know early on that Hilliary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee in 2016.

And let me ask you this. Who on the Republican side is going to beat her in the national election. I don't think anyone will. If Hilliary picks a Hispanic or African American running mate then this election is over before it ever gets going. Maybe just maybe that's the way it should be. Maybe it will bring new blood to Washington D.C. I think the good old boys have run it long enough.

And as I alluded to above I think the madame president movement is waiting in the wings and gathering steam. Your going to be told that by voting for Hilliary Clinton that your going to help make history. Which really is true. Your vote for Hilliary Clinton for President of the United States will change history for ever. It will truly break the glass ceiling of the oval office. All the jokes about why a woman can't be president will be over. And I think everyone should get ready for Hilliary Clinton to be the first woman president in 2016 because I think its coming and there's not a lot you can do about it. You can stand with Hilliary Clinton and support her to become the first woman president of the United States.

I think she will make a better president than we've had in quite a while. I for one will like to see Bill Clinton back in the white house as the spouse of the president. I really think he will be a lot of help to Hilliary. In 2014 and on I think you will see Bill Clinton working to get the nomination for Hilliary Clinton and I see him being a big help to getting her elected the first woman president in 2016. I can't wait to see Hilliary Clinton win bigger than Obama did. And I think it will be the Hispanic and African American vote that will give her a land slide victory.

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Mementos of Hillary Rodham's early life in this photo.

Mementos of Hillary Rodham's early life are shown at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center.
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Why Hillary Clinton Will be elected President in 2016

Why Hilliary Clinton Should Be Elected In 2016

Look For Hilliary To Make The Case That She Is The Only Canidate That Can Bring Us All Together

As the first electable woman canidate for President Hilliary must show that she has the ability to lead. I not only think she has strong leadership abilities but I also think she will make comprimises with the Republicans to get something done. But lets all hope that during her first term that Hilliary will have a Democratic House and a Democratic Senate. I hope she has a Democratic Senate and Congress for her first full term. If she does then I think you will see something done to really bring about positive change for the American people. Lets face it folks government as usual is not working. The American dream is dead. Most of our best paying jobs have been sent overseas.

Folks I think the writing is on the wall. Hilliary Clinton will be elected President in 2016 and I sincerely hope she has two terms. I would love to see her have two terms with a Democratic House and a Democratic Senate. Now that would be the stuff of dreams.

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I Can't Wait For The 2016 Presidential Election

I think we will all wake up on the morning after the 2016 election with Hilliary Clinton as president of the United States. If so then history will have been made. We will have the first woman elected president of the United States and I think we will have a president that will work hard to restore the American Dream.

I personally will be doing everything I can to see that Hilliary Clinton is elected the first woman president of the United States. I think we should all come together and work to elect Hilliary Clinton the first president of the United States. Just think you'll be helping to make history. At the same time we should all do everything possible to try to elect a Democratic House and a Democratic Senate. Lets give Hilliary everything we can to insure she can do everything she can to restore the American Dream.

Hillary Rodham and Bill Clinton lived in this 980 square foot (91 m2) house in the Hillcrest neighborhood of Little Rock from 1977 to 1979 while he was Arkansas

Hillary Rodham and Bill Clinton lived in this 980 square foot house in the Hillcrest neighborhood of Little Rock from 1977 to 1979 while he was Arkansas Attorney General.
Hillary Rodham and Bill Clinton lived in this 980 square foot house in the Hillcrest neighborhood of Little Rock from 1977 to 1979 while he was Arkansas Attorney General.

Hilliary Clinton Should Be Elected President In 2016

I sincerely believe that Hilliary Clinton will be elected President Of The United States in 2016. She is the most qualified of any of the potential candidates for president and I think the Hispanic, and African American vote will give her a landslide victory against any Republican candidate in 2016. I can only hope that at the same time that enough Republican candidates will lose to give her a Democratic majority in the house and senate.

If this happens then I think we will see major changes take place in the United States. Because I think that Hilliary Clinton is the best qualified and most electable candidate that will be running for U.S. President in 2016. And with the Hispanic and African American vote I don't think anyone can beat her. What do you think. Will you support Hilliary Clinton for president in 2016. I for one believe that Hilliary Clinton will be the first woman president of the United States.

The Clinton family arrives at the White House on Marine One, 1993.

The Clinton family arrives at the White House on Marine One, 1993.
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Why Should Hilliary Be Elected
Why Should Hilliary Be Elected
Why Should Hilliary Be Elected
Experience Is The Biggest Reason.
Cofounded the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families in 1977
She is the most qualified woman to be President Of The United States.
Secretery Of State January 21, 2009 – February 1, 2013
Named the first female partner at Rose Law Firm in 1979, She was twice listed as one of the most influential lawyers in America.
Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, she supported the U.S. military action in Afghanistan and voted for the Iraq War Resolution.
United States Senator From 2001 - 2009
In 1994, as First Lady of the United States, her major initiative, the Clinton health care plan, failed to gain approval from the U.S. Congress.
She was at the forefront of the U.S. response to the Arab Spring, including advocating the military intervention in Libya.
She Was First Lady Under Her Husband Bill Clintons Administration
Clinton played a role in advocating the creation of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, the Adoption and Safe Families Act, and the Foster Care Independence Act.
She became the most widely traveled Secretary of State during her time in office, and championed the use of social media in getting the U.S. message out.

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always exploring profile image

always exploring 22 months ago from Southern Illinois

I am still hoping that Hillary runs and wins..


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Arthur Bundy 22 months ago from Colorado Springs

I am behind Hillary Clinton.

I don't think Christie is going to be the Republican Candidate.

I think it will be Jeb Bush.

And frankly, all I want is for every pundit and news outlet in this country and across the world to pound Jeb Bush about Florida in 2000 until he cracks or steps out of the race.


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bradmasterOCcal 22 months ago from Orange County California

If Hillary was the best choice then why didn't she win in 2008, and why didn't the democratic party, and Senator Obama give her the VP position?I believe that she would have been a better president than Obama, and a better vice president than Biden. But those two bars are so low, it is meaningless.


Kelly B Jester 23 months ago

Well... You really didn't call this one right on the Democrats winning big in the mid term.. But how many assessments are ever right 100% of the time?

http://kellybjester.hubpages.com/hub/Are-Black-Ame...


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Sami Hanson 2 years ago from Kansas

I think if Rand Paul runs in 2016 for the conservative party (although Libertarian--- you can't win in this country without being on the ticket for either D or R). I'm a libertarian, and have educated myself on the things that Rand Paul stands for, and in all honesty, I think he's what this country needs.

With all due respect, if Hillary becomes the next Obama--- many people voted for him because he was black, and would be the first African American president---- It's not going to be pretty. Of course I think it would be amazing to have the first female president, but we have had too many years of liberal spending, and with all of her scandals (and having to resign), I do not want her to be our next president of the United States. Obviously, you are very well-informed, and I truly appreciate that.

I mean, were the laughingstock of the entire world right now. Although I know Hilary has the balls to run and to be an okay president, I do not think she is the smartest choice. I'm sorry, but liberal agenda consists of the same old shit--- and I have had too many years of that.


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Arthur Bundy 2 years ago from Colorado Springs

tailgatestop:

"You liberals...!"

Since the Nixon Administration the same cast of characters have been allowed to exist and make policy in the White House. Namely, Rumsfeld and Cheney. Cheney for example who believes that the President needs to be smart enough not to get caught.

In the Documentary about William Colby, by his son β€œThe Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby.” Is a brief discussion about how George Bush Sr., became CIA Director. Ford's comment being about loyalty, because Colby came as close to being honest about the coercive activities of the CIA as he felt he could and save the Agency. While Mr. Ford focused on the idea that the CIA's role is necessary regardless of Constitutional accountability.

The non-sense that America ever operates from a position of weakness when we can destroy any city in the world within an hour is BS. Basically, a World War II mentality that tried and succeeded in treating the War in Vietnam as if it posed the same threat to America as Germany once had. A country that was still emerging from the dark ages.

Eisenhower spoke of a menace in the form of the Military-Industrial Complex, and now we know it is a reality.

The rich and powerful get richer and more powerful and conservatives operate from within a vacuum of blind allegiance.


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crazyhorsesghost 2 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

I think she will win also. I appreciate your comment.


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always exploring 2 years ago from Southern Illinois

Hillary will win. She's the most qualified and just think, Bill will help her. Maybe we will once again have money to blow. Remember when Bill left the whitehouse there was a surplus, everyone had jobs, no foreclosures. Happy days will be here again. YEA Go Hillary!!!!!!


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old albion 2 years ago from Lancashire. England.

Hi crazyhorsesghost. This is my second visit to your hubs, again I am amazed at the quality of your writing and proud standing. As A Brit I don't know enough of the nitty gritty of American politics to make a proper comment. I do know that I have seen video's of 'The Clinton Chronicles' I don't really know the truth of it or indeed the views of the American public. Are they considered or dismissed I wonder?

Voted up and all.

Graham.


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Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago

Tom, It should be Hillary, she is the best person for that job. I can see by all the gargage flying around that the Good Old Boys of the Greedy OLD Politicians are trying to destroy her.

I hope it bolsters the democrats to fight and vote for her.

Great hub!


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Learn Things Web 2 years ago from California

I think it's definitely possible but a Democrat who's largely unknown now may enter the race and get all the attention the way Obama did.


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WiccanSage 3 years ago

Interesting and remains to be seen I guess. I won't likely be voting for her, personally I think it's getting to be a good time for a libertarian to swoop in who's less extreme than Ron Paul and maybe we can finally heal this rift between conservatives & liberals. It's going to be quite an interesting election I'm sure but I'm already cringing at all the media malpractice (on both sides) that's sure to follow.


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Abecedarian 3 years ago from These United States, Texas

I can understand your anger and I understand the immigration problem all to well being from Texas. I have seen our governor squander the funds from border security and implement them in creating a mass entry port for NAFTA traffic. It's shameful. I do have to disagree with you on the point that "they come here to have babies to make them American citizens. They come here looking for a better life and they like all human beings have a dream of starting a family and a home. Our governor used our tax money to allow illegals to go to college and pay instate tuition, which lead to fines that we paid for. Do we blame the immigrants? No, we blame the politicians who make campaign promises and have to pay them back. Politics is an ugly game and that is just how it's treated; we are the pawns that they move around to "win" and winning for them is about money and power. They don't want to fix the immigration problem, it's a stumping ground for election time.


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Abecedarian I liked your comment about the Crazyhorse Monument. Thank you. My Grandmother was full blooded Lakota Sioux. My Grandfather was Cherokee and White. My Grandmother was stolen by Christians off the Pine Ridge Reservation by Christian Missionaries when her parents died of the Flu in 1917. They brought her to the mountains of western North Carolina and tried to raise her as a white child. It never worked. I am proud of my Sioux heritage. My Grandmother's ashes are now back on the Pine Ridge Reservation. I am an active member of A.I.M. Leonard Peltier is held as a political prisoner by the U.S. Government. I was for a time a very bitter Native American but I have come full circle and made peace with myself. I realized that for a long time I was my own worse enemy.

We must do something about the illegal aliens in this country. I was a Vietnam era Naval Officer and I served thirty years in the military of the United States. I have stood there and touched the Statue of Liberty. I have been to Ellis Island. I love this country but I have watched as the Politicians have destroyed it. They took the jobs out of America and it should be stopped. We should put a strict limit on imports. We should change the law that says a baby born to illegal parents is an American citizen. They come here to have babies to make them American citizens. But I am not a monster. Let those that are here stay but shut the door and shut it forever.

We need to shut the gates except for legal immigration or we are never going to get control of the problem. Some time in the future their will be a Hispanic majority in this country. That day will come. Unless something is done about illegal immigration it will come sooner. I am Catholic so I do have sympathies for the Hispanic people. But I do want America restored to greatness. Our country is in serious trouble and not many Americans realize it. We can not keep playing the political party spin game. I say to hell with any party. Stand up for America and what it once stood for. Demand from the politicians that the American Dream be restored.


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Abecedarian 3 years ago from These United States, Texas

The native Americans who started the Crazy Horse monument believed that the American people had to be responsible for it and not the government because then it would get tangled in to much bureaucracy

and they were right. While it has moved slowly, it is the American people and their donations and purchases that have kept that project moving forward and giving the Native Americans a place to educate Americans about Native American culture and beliefs.

While I agree with you on most part; I don't believe in the removing all Aliens part. Our government has created the illegal alien problems. They like the low pay that their big money donors save when hiring these people and so they like the immigrants of the past come here to better themselves. We put the statue of liberty in the bay to signify liberty, freedom and that's all they are looking for. So we punish them because greedy politicians allowed them to over run our country. Then we are no better than the white man who came here and destroyed the Native American population because of greed for what was in the ground under reservation lands. gold, oil, minerals, etc.

The children of illegals, did not ask to come here, they were brought or born here. America is made up of immigrants who came here and populated our country. Should we ask them to go back? How many of them were born of illegal immigrants?

Focus on the political b.s. like paying politicians who have retired by force or on their own. If they aren't doing the job, then don't pay them, that goes for every living former President., VP. etc. If I lost my job, my employer wouldn't be paying me still, I'd be out looking for another job. Besides, they make so much money at the higher level of politics, that if they can't invest it for retirement, that shouldn't be America's problem. They are simply highly paid welfare recipients.


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

The Republican Party has traditionally been for corporations and big business. Look into the records of recent Republican administrations and the people associated with them. Any one that big into money is a crook. And that's a plain and simple truth.

If we said tomorrow that politicians would no longer be paid a salary and any man who served as a Senator or Congressman could never be a lobbyist we would see a far different political situation. Carrer politicians need to be banned. We need strict term limits. We need to ban all lobbyists from Washington DC and they need to be banned from direct contact with any Senator or Congressman ever.

We need to set strict limits on what imports can be imported into the USA. Things like Textiles, Automobiles, and Steel need to be required to be made in the USA. Set it so only 20 percent of any product can be an imported product. By this 80 percent of all textile goods would have to be made here in the USA.

Make marijuana legal and let out all the people ever convicted for it. Sell the marijuana just like cigarettes and tax it. Use that tax for health programs to provide health coverage for Americans. Stop creating jobs by putting American citizens into prison for non violent drug crimes. This never worked with prohibition of alcohol and its never going to work for drugs. It's stupid to lock people up for marijuana.

Tax it and let the country profit from that tax. Use old government buildings and military bases for homeless people nd borderline homeless people. If the person has a mental problem make them get help. Regan turned all the mental patients out on the streets. Provide housing and mental health for them. Regan was the stupidest president we ever had. Mental health was not the only stupid thing he ever did. How could we an American people have elected him is beyond me. No I never voted for him. Thank God.

I don't think there is a single Republican canidate that truly has American interest at heart. They are all in bed with big money and China. One day we will have to fight China over money we have borrowed and the fact that we must cap imports if the American dream is ever going to be restored.

We need to throw out of this country any illegal alien and we need to impose a border that can not be crossed. Babies of illegal aliens should never be American citizens even if they are born in this country.

Those are a few things that could fix America but people won't stand up and demand those changes from their Congress Person or Senator.

And we need to say to hell with being politically correct in America. So what if it hurts some religious faction or some country. I don't give a damn. I say be for America first and to hell with any country that doesn't like it.

Those are my beliefs. No I don't use marijuna. I'm retired so I'm not working. I do care about what has been done to America. The Ameican people need to stand up and throw all the crooked politicans out of office. Stop paying them and you'll see a far different world. Set all terms to a one six year term and the US political situation will change overnight. I think the Republican party might cease to exist. As it should if they are going to be thinking the same B.S. they have for the last 50 years. More and more Americans are mad as hell at Republicans. They better wake up.


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Abecedarian 3 years ago from These United States, Texas

So if it's an agreeable comment, then it's a conservative comment? Tailgatestop hasn't got a clue. Crazyhorseghost, you said it right. We need "Americans" that are for America. Not Republicans, not Democrats, no left or right nut jobs, but Americans who want to restore America, party politics has nothing to do with it. That and greed is what has gotten us where we are today.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

These are very conservative ideas you speak of in your last post. I think you ought to rethink who and which party comes closest to these ideas. I certainly don't think you are going to hear that from Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and certainly not from one Hillary Clinton. The radical left has Hijacked the once proud Democrat party. Yes there are many Republicans that don't come close to feeling this way too, but I believe if you listen to what the most conservative among them are saying you will change your mind who could lead the country back to greatness. And for me it's NOT Hillary.


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

if we were to try all the Republicans and Democrats for the things they have done to this country we would have no more politicians but that would be a wonderful world indeed wouldn't it. What canidate would you want to run for president. Have you read the history of all the top canidates , I have. No presidential canidate or elected presidential canidate is going to be for the working man unless we change politics all together.

Listen Tailgatestop and think about this. If the greatest Presidents and leaders were alive today do you think they would support the current situation that America finds herself in. No I think they might call for armed rebellion and revolution. Men like Washington, Lincoln, Truman, Kennedy. They would have never stood by and let America become what it has become. Money and greed is what brought us to where we are and it's a lot worse than what the average American even imagines. All money and lobbyists needs to be removed from politics altogether. We need strict term limits in the Congress and Senate. We don't need carreer politicians. We need Americans that are for America and restoring the American Dream. That's what we need.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

"Bill Clinton was one of those people". So now you what to award his wife, (because to me that's all she is) and have him advising her. I say NO sir!


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

I really believe if they let her that Hilliary Clinton could turn this country around. I think she will fight tooth and nail for the working man. The working man is what made and kept this country going for years. Then they exported the jobs to China , Mexico and other nations. I would like to see a canidate run on being for America and refuse to support either of our fine parties. If something drastic is not done I see the United States going the same way Russia did. Our Bridges and Roads in the next quarter century are going to start to fail in huge numbers. Whole towns in the American south are ghost towns with the textile mills standing there shut down. I really believe that NAFTA was a crime and the people who passed it should be tried for treason. Bill Clinton was one of those people.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

Okay then, lets choose to be grown ups and vote for only the best person running for the job, whether it be for the house, the senate, or president. Please no more blanket statements of this person or that person only because they are black or a woman we need a person to put America's interests first is all I'm saying.


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

I don't think either party can ever fix it as they are. It would take putting America first and to hell with everyother country to ever fix all our problems and we do have really serious problems. Tailgatestop its going to take decisions that are not going to be popular with either party. I will tell you I'm Native American and a retired U.S. Navy Officer. I served thirty years and I feel like my country sold us out. NAFTA was done by both parties and they should be tried for treason for doing it. No matter what party they are from.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

It cracks me up how you liberals want to bring up history from the 1970s to try to justify what is going on today. I'm not sure what your ethnic background is, nor do I care, but it seems that in every comment you have brought up the African American and Hispanic voting block. We all know what immigration reform is all about, I just think it's kind of funny how you so blatantly are saying it. It's about voting democrat and that's it. At least we can agree, that this country is in serious trouble, and it's because liberal democrats are in charge. Just ask Detroit or Stockton, and many other fine cities that are going bankrupt then look at who's leading those cities and states. Liberals!


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gregas 3 years ago from Corona, California.

"Fixing America" has to start with "We the People". We are the only ones that can fix America. Quit voting according to the popularity contest and whether they are white, black, green brown or even purple, or whether they are he or she. Vote according to what they have done in the past and what you feel they can do in the future, according to their record and NOT their mouth. Just my opinion, Greg


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

But you want to forget what Bush did don't you. Or how about Nixon. After Tricky Dicky I didn't think there would ever be another Republican President. Lets hope now with the Hispanic and African American voting block that its a real long time. I don't know if the Democrats can fix America but somebody had better. The American Dream is dead. Hell both fine parties sold it out with NAFTA. But maybe just maybe someone will wake up and try to do something with the mess we are in. Because we are in serious trouble as a country. Someone has to fix it.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

"Obama hasn't really been able to lead anything with the Congress being Republican". Really, that's what you believe! You do know that the Democrats control the Senate right. Besides this president has been trampling all over the Constitution and passing executive orders to do whatever he wants. And it was then Speaker of the House Ms. Nancy Pelosi Democrat - California who said " You have to pass the bill to find out what's in it" when she referred to this ridiculous "ObamaCare" So please don't try and sell me or anyone else who's been paying attention the Mr. Obama's hands have been tied by Congress


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Well Sara Palin ran for Vice President. And she was among the best or worse for screw ups. She is still the darling of the Tea Party. I remember day after day all the people they trotted out to say the WMD's were there. They presented hundreds of hours of daily TV coverage. But they were not there. Obama hasn't really been able to lead anything with the Congress being Republican. Maybe people will vote them out in 2014. With a daily growing Hispanic and African American Vote I don't see a Republican President any time soon. But I could be wrong. But lets pray I'm not.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

You guys crack me up. Really WMD's That was a decade ago. Benghazi's one year anniversary is in 8 days and we still don't know where the President was. Probably playing cards with Reggie Love. As for Hillary, you're right she will run, she may even win, but only because the American people will be guilted into feeling like they would be turning there back on history and not because she can do anything to turn this horrible Obama led economy around or do anything to show leadership to the world. Could someone please tell just what the hell Sara Palin has to do with this post.


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

tailgatestop

Where were you when WMD didn't exist in Iraq?

Exactly.

Both parties have skeletons in their closets.


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Arthur Bundy 3 years ago from Colorado Springs

tailgatestop

Where were you when WMD didn't exist in Iraq?


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

You could easily bring up something on any Republican Canidate also. How about Sara Palin. I would take Hilliary any time over Palin. I hope she wins and I hope she serves two terms.


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Arthur Bundy 3 years ago from Colorado Springs

Most people think I am crazy when I say that Hillary Clinton was prevented from being a candidate in 2008, because conservatives did not want to face her.

I have said that conservatives pundits like Rush Limbaugh helped her out of the race, because conservatives did not believe that America was ready to elect a Black man President.

At the time, when she was out of that race, I heard that Limbaugh got some kind of raise. That makes my thoughts a huge guess, but the logic, if you can put logic to extremist conservatives, kind of speaks for itself.

I think she can win, and I think she is savvy enough to take on Corporate America, and clean up their act.


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tailgatestop 3 years ago from Nor-Cal

I've got got 5 words for you on Hillary...and I quote.."What difference does it make" ...Her response to questions on Bengasi.

This is what you liberals call leadership?


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Diana Lee 3 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

I would certainly vote for Hilliary again if she decides to try again. I thought she should have had it before or at least picked for a running mate on the democratic ticket that did win. I was so disappointed when Obama did not pick her.


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Abecedarian 3 years ago from These United States, Texas

If she runs, she'll win. I can't think of anyone else with her resume that could compete against her; but nothing is for sure until all the votes have been counted.


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gregas 3 years ago from Corona, California.

If Hillary Clinton is elected president she will be serving a 3rd term. Kind of anyway. Greg


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Eiddwen 3 years ago from Wales

Very interesting ;leaving much food for thought.

Eddy.


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crazyhorsesghost 3 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

I agree Christie would be harder to beat but I think the Hispanic and African American vote will enable Hilliary to defeat even Christie.


HSchneider 3 years ago from Parsippany, New Jersey

Great Hub, Crazyhorseghost. I believe Hillary will run and win. I will certainly vote for her. The only one I can see beating her is Chris Christie. But this new far right GOP will probably never nominate him.

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