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Poll: Democrats Really Need Hillary Clinton to Run in 2016

PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 11:22 PM
Unless the Republican voters change drastically in the next four years, you guys are well and truly screwed for the 2016 presidential election. Of those mentioned by name in this article, only Christie is even remotely electable. Not Marco "the earth just MIGHT be 6 thousand years old" Rubio (whom latinos loathe, so don't expect help there) and certainly not looney tunes Rand Paul. In any case, Paul will alienate most of the Republican base with his foreign policy ideas. That leaves Christie. And, of course, after all your tough talk about how he might as well join the Democratic party and how he cost Romney the election, you'll fall in love with him when you realize you're stuck with him.
restoreliberty Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 12:02 AM
oh please get real

Oblamo won by less than 300,000 votes in a handful of fraudulently overrun swing states, not a land slide victory by any stretch of the imagination and meanwhile 30 states have voted in Republicans for both governor and control of their legislature

Keep telling yourself the grand lie that pukegressives did some amazing thing when all the while is well documented that 8 million conservative voters stayed home because they saw no difference between Romney and Oblamo - Oblamo won re-election with a vastly smaller share of the of the vote than he did his first term

by the end of 2014 with the failed OblamoCare rollout and all the new taxes hitting the working class and the mid-terms are going to another clock cleaning
PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 11:23 PM
But the dirty, dirty things Christie would have to say to win the Republican nomination would make him unelectable in the general. Just like Romney.

Why? Because if she doesn’t, things could get a little complicated (via PPP):

On the Democratic side support for Hillary Clinton to be the party nominee has hit its highest level of support in our national polling since the election last year. 64% of the party's voters want her to be the candidate to 18% for Joe Biden, 5% for Elizabeth Warren, and 3% for Andrew Cuomo with no one else polling above 2%. Clinton has majority support from liberals and moderates, men and women, African Americans, Latinos, and white voters, and voters within every age group that we...