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Writer David says
Is she popular? Her book didn't sell well, her political influence was virtually nil in this midterm, she has no national stage after resigning as Secretary of State - I think she has rabid fans and fewer of those each day. Popularity implies more.
I think her time has come and gone. The only way Republicans could lose to Hillary is if they ran David Duke - I would even vote for her than.
Her time has come AND GONE. I don't think she has the chops to run the gauntlet like she did in 2012, I give her a lot of credit for running it, but now, something else calls. It's caked grandma hood.. Put away the pantsuits and b a wife and grandmae
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You have clearly expressed all of my feelings about Hillary.
Christin Sander says
Elizabeth Warren, the woman who claimed Native American roots to secure an affirmative action slot, she could never win, never - feel free to gloat in 3 years if she is inaugurated.
Sheila Craan says
I hope she runs. Her candidacy will guarantee a Republican victory, even with a flawed nominee.
her daughter already had the baby and I doubt she is retiring any time soon.
Lybrah, "lame duck" refers to an elected official who is on their way out office. They've run their last campaign. Essentially a "lame duck" is a candidate who is a "short timer" going through the motions. No new president is a lame duck.
Dash, your explanation of lame duck is mostly correct, though an active President with a friendly Congress can accomplish much in the last years. Lame Duck implies diminished influence, like the Democrat Senate after this past Tuesday.
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