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The Unlikelihood of President Hillary

Cartwright Wrote: Dec 09, 2012 9:26 AM
Romney didn't lose because of shortcomings, he lost because blacks and Hispanics didn't vote intelligently, and because too many voters believed the lies of Hussein's billion dollar smear campaign.
ladyofthemanor Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 5:14 PM
And don't forget: That huge bloc of Repubs who didn't vote for Romney. They're the ones that didn't want a Mormon and, according to Di*ck Morris, a large percentage of senior citizens didn't want Romney.
Billary in 2016? A bloc of Repubs will vote for her by staying home!
The votes have been cast, the count has been completed, and we all know the winner of the presidential election. So now it's just a matter of letting the Electoral College meet to make the outcome official. Then we can get along with planning the inauguration of Hillary Clinton.

True, it's still four years away. But by now it's clear that Republicans needn't bother putting up a nominee. They may as well save their money and candidates for 2024, when Hillary will be ready to leave Washington and become a judge on "The Voice."

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