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I have been saying for almost a year that Obama would screw up sooo and be sooo weak that Hillary would see an opening and run for the democrat nomination. She looked strong on the recent events in the Middle East particularly on Libya while Obama looked weak, confused, and indecisive. Now in this budget battle a result of Obama not doing his job and passing a budget while he had a majority in both houses, he's in a position where he could be blamed for what appears more likely, a government shut down. This could further weaken him and open the door wider to a Hillary challenge and yet ANOTHER epic fail by Obama!
Not a chance. First they are too similar from an ideological perspective, especially with Obama's move to the center. You have to remember he was the more liberal choice than Hilary in the 08 primary. Plus this is going to come down to money, and Hillary is too loyal to rock the boat on that. After what we saw with the results from Citizens United, the dems know that they are going to have to raise a lot of cash. Last I heard the goal is $1B, So long answer short, she will not challenge. If anyone does it will be someone that is far left, and they would not present much of a challenge.
Lol! Obama moved to the center??? Lol!
All the money in the world won't help Obama! What's he going to run on, his record??? Lol!
The dems don't stand a chance unless Hillary them save them!
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Hey Ron, how come you are not upset that Obama has kept Guantanamo open?
Or is trying terrorists in Military courts?
Or any of the things you derided Bush for?
Are you a paid shill for the Obama reelection committee?
Lol! Obama is Bush when it comes to the wars rendition the patriot act gitmo and military trials! He should apologize to Bush for all his criticism or admit.that he is an.idiot that hates the constitution!
Now if I can get an intelligent response I get extra!
Sorry, to get an intelligent response you need to make an intelligent post.
WOW... Figures this post would come from you! I believe you get paid by Soro's to post your socialistic views. your the opposite version of lady but she usually gives better responses.
My what is the opposite version of Lady Love?
Lol! He just likes to stir the pot! Its nice living in a socialist country where you don't have to work if you don't want to.
First I heard about it being a socialist country with a prime minister somewhat to the right of Genghis Khan, and it's the first I've ever heard about not having to work!
How would you have any clue as to what I'm upset about? Don't hurt yourself...
I would have a clue because of the things you said you hated Bush for.
But not one word against Obama for doing the same EXACT things.
Since you didn't answer my question I can only assume you are a paid shill.
How much do you make?
Once again with the anything against Obama think tank.
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No. I don't know if she changes her mind which is unlikely. http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/20 … president/
She might. Hillary loves power, otherwise she wouldn't have taken the path she has. And she's extremely good at the body politic.
I think after Bill's campaigning and her own, she's pretty worn out. I don't think she would run without a very strong backing and following. But I do believe both of those are quite reasonable assumptions. If she finds an idiot gaining ground on the republican side, you can bet her hat will go back in the ring.
I like Obama, but I like Hillary more. I would happily vote for her.
Hillary says she won't run, but remember, this is the same woman who assumed the 2008 nomination was hers for the taking.
If she senses weakness on the part of Obama (and how could anyone NOT?), my guess is that she will throw her hat in the ring.
Hil says she's done with politics. Perhaps she'll change her mind. I think she'd be a strong leader!
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