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Who's Afraid of Hillary?

bwo_rei Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:05 PM
Dam n right! And there are PLENTY of shoes still waiting to drop. You think Issa et al aren't gonna hold onto those cards until they're most effective? Better believe it! She loses regardless; if Cruz is our nominee, she's toast.
BK24 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:59 PM
Gotten any answers? Something better than a canned reply, I mean.
MaxAR15 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:53 PM
If I could tell you how many times I have called & e-mailed Cruz, Paul, & Trey Gowdy you would just shake your head!
pow1000 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:18 PM
I really, really wish you're right.
BK24 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 6:18 PM
Cruz will still need a viable political party to run with, and if the House Republican caucus signs off on the amnesty bill, "viable" is not a word that will apply to the R-Party. Cruz might do well to start looking a other parties.

Also, Cruz himself has to avoid going Rubio in the next few years. Unthinkable? We thought so about Rubio once.

A steady groundswell of support has been coalescing in recent months around Hillary Clinton's potential 2016 presidential campaign. President Obama just isn't that exciting any more - Democrats feel the need to try to pump some excitement into the long-rumored Clinton's run for office. A Super PAC named "Ready For Hillary" has already formed to raise money.

House Democrats' resident excite-o-meter, Nancy Pelosi, told USA Today that though she's not making any endorsements, there's "a great deal of excitement around the prospect that [Clinton] would run."

"I don't know why she wouldn't...