In 2012, who do you think would be the better Democratic presidential nominee, Obama or Clinton?
I think the Democrats will keep Obama in as their candidate. That is unless he continues this seemingly reluctant move to the center that he has recently started to make. I really don't see the Democratic party trying to replace him other than that.
To answer your question I personally would vote for Hillary Clinton. She has more experience when it comes to public affairs both domestic and foreign. She is a former first lady, so she knows a thing or two about the goings on in a presidency.
I have heard her mention that the office she now hold as Secretary of State will be her last endeavor into politics. I also remember hearing her say that she wouldn't seek the nomination as the democratic parties candidate in 2008 so I guess we will have to wait and see.
Hey, I am from Australia and personally I would love to see Obama stay in - In fact if it were at all possible I would to see him running my country. I would say Obama would be the better option - However I have nothing to say to back up my answer, other than I believe he is awesome.
Clinton currently has less baggage. At the same time, both are on the financial ship of George Soros, a devout socialist and a hater of the capitalism that has made him billions of dollars...one hypocritical SOB who wants to destroy America. Anyone with any interest in the long term future of America would immediately disassociate themselves with Soros. Since Clinton nor Obama have elected to do so, I am afraid I must put them put in the same bag as having the same socialist agenda as Soros. Democrats need to wake up and realize that the Democratic Party of the father is no longer that party and that the desires espoused by the party are not really in line with what they believe. I really think that they average American democrat is a person of tradition with regard to party. That is admirable but things have changed greatly in terms of the social agenda...the far left now owns the party and it will be a long time before the control of the party returns to true democratics who believe in American principles. WB
clinton scares the hell out of me. she is so power hungry that i'd hate to have her run anything. obama is doing what he can and i believe he has good morals so i'm hoping the states will keep him.
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