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If 12 year olds could vote, Trump would be a shew-in.


As it is, Hillary would probably be the number one choice of 16-year old... females


Such is the state of USA politics that either of these fuques can be considered as serious candidates.

Maybe if they are on the same podium, they will explode as when matter and anti-matter are brought together

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Mike Rivero wants to see her as the next Republic VP candidate




Linda Lingle was a successful governor of Hawaii



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"Feeling The Bern"

Hillary Goon Bashes Bernie Sanders

Published on Jul 3, 2015

"The knives are finally out in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), who just happens to be a Hillary Clinton superfan, appeared on MSNBC


In reponse:

"Hillary is too... everything" ... (negative I can think of)

Basically, Hillary has a shite-load of baggage...

and very, very, very large legs (haha)

Now maybe have finished with the mud, can we talk more substantive things?

Like... Hillary does not draw the crowds: they don't like her !

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- 10 : This new Poll is pretty negative for the Hill-ster:


Only 39% have a Favorable opinion,

and 49% see her Unfavorably.


Pollster-------- Dates------------ : Pop.-- : Favorable Unfavorable Undecided Margin

AP-GfK (web) NEW! 7/9 - 7/13 1,004 A : 39 -------- : 49---------- : ---------- : Unfavorable +10


> http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/hillary-clinton-favorable-rating


Basically, she is damaged goods

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In Trouble?

I think the voters are beginning to reject the woman "with more baggage that Kim Kardashian on holiday"

Elizabeth Warren is being urged to get into the Race, while Hillary looks fearful and sheltered

And only 3 in 10 think Hillary is honest. (wow ! 30% still trust her?? Why??)

  • Polls split on Hillary Clinton's favorability
    CNN‎ - 2 days ago
  • Just 39 percent of all Americans see Hillary Clinton in a positive light, while 49 percent have an unfavorable view the Democratic Presidential candidate according to a recent AP-GfK poll released Thursday. This is an eight point increase in her unfavorable rate since an April AP-GfK poll was conducted
  • Hillary Clinton's campaign wrote a sarcastic blog post mocking reporters critical of her poll numbers
    Business Insider‎ - 23 hours ago
  • “Clinton’s standing is falling among Democrats, and voters view her as less decisive and inspiring than when she launched her presidential campaign just three months ago,” the AP reported. “The survey offers a series of warning signs for the leading Democratic candidate. Most troubling, perhaps, for her prospects are questions about her compassion for average Americans, a quality that fuelled President Barack Obama’s two White House victories.”

    However, Palmieri was clearly not convinced. ...
    Palmieri fired back by pointing to the size of the campaign’s overall fundraising haul.

    “Not only that, she raised a record amount of primary money for a candidate in their first quarter, with only $US8 million (a sum larger than most Republican campaigns raised in total) in donations of less than $US200. Hillary also spent too much money building her organisation and was only left with more cash on hand than any other campaign raised and more in the bank than the top three Republican campaigns combined,” she wrote.
  • More news for hillary poll

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"Hillary achieved her objective... to Survive"


Haha. For now, maybe

Dissecting Hillary Clinton's CNN Interview - 12 Jul 2015


A war of words erupted over Hillary Clinton's exclusive interview here on CNN. Our panel weighs in.


"so scripted, so canned, so boring..." - proving the comments in this documentary to be accurate




"Hillary Clinton scandals are the gift that keeps on giving"

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Hillary Clinton's Exclusive Interview With Brianna Keilar.

Read the comments below the video - they are scathing - people truly dislike candidate Clinton


Hillary is "happy to let other candidates go out and run their campaigns"
Great. Because Bernie's message is tearing hers into shreads.
People think she is spouting irrelevant tripe... and lying.
(Hillary, ordinary people are not the fools that you think they are. And the more you lie to them, the more they will hate you.)

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BIRDS of a feather, like each other.



And so, Hillary is embraced by the FT's Henry Luce (for Lucifer?)


Hilllary's war on quarterly capitalism - FT, pg.9


"One thing going for Hillary Clinton's struggling campaign is she is alert to new ideas"

"... Her bold idea is to take on economic short termism."


thumbs-down-sign.png: To Hillary's Campaign


(I disagree. The best thing about her campaign is that it IS STRUGGLING, as people reject her.

She desperate now, and grabbing for straws... She can continue doing so, because she is well funded,

by people who have tried to buy favors from her.

Her big idea is to make any promise or tell any lie that might get her elected.)


"the advantage of Mrs Clinton's is that it is both accurate and popular."

Cough - cough!

"Corporate America is stuck in a self-fulfilling pessimism. As long as it believes US growth will not exceed

roughly two per cent a year, it will not bet on future expansion, which delivers what it fears."


(Nope. They are in on the game. They know it is about harvesting the remaining wealth from the middle

class, and paying it into the top 1%, or top 1% of 1%, and that harvesting is undermining demand in the

economy. This is a short term plan, until the economy gets its inevitable reboot, which may be imminent.

So why invest.)


Clinton wants to introduce a new capital gains tax that would reduce as the hold period stretches,

until it hits a minimum at six years. And it may also hit hedge funds and pension funds.


Luce does remind us where this started:

"Quarterly capitalism was king during Bill Clinton's administration in the 1990's"

(Hillary is only proposing this, because Bernie Sanders is there on the left, plowing a path,

and making new types of ideas possible. In a Sanders presidency, ideas like this might be the compromise

that is reached.)

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Hillary has the support of working women:




> more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2464672/The-multimillion-dollar-question--really-Self-magnate-Lynn-Forester-De-Rothschild-working-mothers-dilemma.html




Lynn R's idea of hard work:

"...Her expensively shod feet remain firmly on the ground. ‘I fear we celebrate too much the people who are given things – wealth, celebrity, fame – rather than those who earn it,’ she says. ‘You need to give people opportunity and a sense of empowerment, a society in which they know they can reach their goals if they work hard enough, not one in which those in the top 25 per cent income bracket enjoy the best education and opportunities, while those in the bottom 25 per cent languish.’ Lynn and Sir Evelyn, who met in 1998 when they were introduced by former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger, apply this ethos to many of their philanthropic activities, supporting a raft of educational and medical charities at home and abroad as well as tirelessly promoting the arts. But descriptions of her as a ‘society hostess’ or a ‘socialite’ make her furious: she’s a born grafter, not a lady of leisure.


‘Do I have a perfect work-life balance?’ Lynn echoes the question, rhetorically. ‘I feel like I do – now – but it’s a very personal trade-off and at the start of my career I had to make some difficult decisions,’ she says. ‘When my children were young, I worked 24/7 because I was a single mother [her sons’ father is New York politician Andrew Stein, her second husband] and I didn’t have the luxury to stay at home..."

If you think Gold-digging at this level is easy, she can set you straight.

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FADING FAST - but not fading gracefully ... shows a 16% swing, as people get to know her

Hillary Falls From Liberal Favor

Submitted by Donald R. May on August 1, 2015 - 2:11am

Hillary Clinton continues with her free fall in the polls. A recent Quinnipiac Poll shows Hillary Clinton has fallen from a favorable rating of 50% and an unfavorable rating of 45% in November 2014 to a favorable rating of 40% and an unfavorable rating of 51% as of 30 July 2015.


It seems that every time Hillary Clinton exposes herself to the public, her ratings plummet. The American people do not trust Hillary Clinton to be honest with them, and they do not trust Hillary Clinton to protect them. Hillary Clinton might not be as bad as Barack Obama, but the voters on the American Left are increasingly unsure.

Barack Hussein Obama and Valerie Jarrett are not going to take a chance on Hillary Clinton being defeated in 2016 and allowing Obama’s legacy to end up in unsympathetic Republican hands. Obama and Jarrett will also not take a chance on Bernie Sanders, as Bernie flaunts his Marxism too much and will eventually terrify too many voters.

Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren may soon enter the race and push Hillary aside. Al Gore, and John Kerry are still drooling in anticipation in the wings.


Hillary Clinton will not fade away gracefully. There could be quite an entertaining Democratic commotion in the very near future.



> http://lubbockonline.com/interact/blog-post/donald-r-may/2015-08-01/hillary-falls-liberal-favor#.Vb2WZvlP_IU

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The Beast has a new $600 Haircut


She's "just folks" right?

Read what happens when Hillary gets a haircut:


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Can you really consider voting for someone who has so little respect for their supporters,

to mock them with such an accent ??


Alex Jones mocks Hillary Clinton's fake Southern accent


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NYT "doing God's work" for a change


Palmieri: New York Times' Clinton story likely a 'hit job

CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter talks to Jennifer Palmieri, Communications Director for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, about a story the New York Times ran about Clinton's use of a private email server while serving as Secretary of State.

> http://money.cnn.com/video/media/2015/08/02/hillary-clinton-new-york-times-jennifer-palmieri-reliable-sources.cnnmoney/

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The new Haircut didn't work:

She's at a NET of MINUS -11% : the "torpedo hit something"

There are a dwindling number of voters who do not yet dislike Hillary.

They probably will hate her, when they get to know her better

(And it must be getting harder and harder to get an audience for her boring speeches)


Hillary Clinton’s popularity drops sharply in NBC/WSJ poll


The bad news for Hillary Clinton in the new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll: More Americans view her unfavorably than they did a month ago, revealing potential vulnerabilities for a general-election presidential contest more than a year away.

The good news for her in the poll: Clinton continues to lead the Democratic field by more than 30 points, and the favorability numbers for two of the top Republicans are even worse than hers.

Just 37% of all Americans have a positive view of Clinton, versus 48% who have a negative view (-11).

That’s a sharp drop since June, when the NBC/WSJ poll showed her with a 44% positive, 40 negative rating (+4) – so an overall 15-point swing.

RELATED: Clinton campaign spends $2 million on first TV ads

Republican pollster Bill McInturff, who conducted this survey with Democratic pollsters Peter Hart and Fred Yang, equates Clinton and her campaign to a battleship that can’t sink from just one torpedo.

“But there has been a torpedo that has hit something, and there are some leaks,” McInturff says.


> http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/hillary-clintons-popularity-drops-sharply-nbcwsj-poll

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Hillary ad "Dorothy": Political pandering 1.01

New Hillary Ad Is Everything You Should Hate About Politicians

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Horrors For Hillary ... Joe Biden gets ready to enter the race

Joe Biden The New Trump? Hollywood Worries About VP 2016 Run
Deadline-11 hours ago
Talk of Vice President Joe Biden challenging Hillary Clinton for the White House in 2016 is suddenly sending shudders throughout Hollywood ...

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Since Hillary is fading... and maybe headed to Jail...


Will Jumping Joe Biden, jump in ???


Vice President Joe Biden is still considering a bid to become top dog at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the White House said today, as it bartered for more time for the former senator to determine his political future.

'What the vice president has said publicly is that a possible campaign for the presidency is something that he considering, and he anticipated that he would make a decision by the end of the summer,' White House spokesman Josh Earnest said.

OBAMA said:

Having previously responded to questions from reporters with the refrain that Biden's selection as vice president was 'the best political decision' President Barack Obama says he ever made, Earnest had on multiple occasions in the past indicated that Obama believed his No. 2 would make a good No. 1.

But he stopped short of offering a White House endorsement to Biden, who would be taking on former Obama administration Secretary of State Hillary Clinton if he got in.

He today told reporters that even if the president and the vice president had discussed the logistics of a campaign, he would anticipate that 'the president will keep his conversations with the vice president of the United States private.

It was at that point that he made the case that Biden deserves more time to arrive at a conclusion.


Joe Biden The New Trump? Hollywood Worries About VP 2016 Run
Deadline-11 hours ago
Talk of Vice President Joe Biden challenging Hillary Clinton for the White House in 2016 is suddenly sending shudders throughout Hollywood .
Bernie Sanders' Rise Leaves Little Room for Joe Biden
International-Observer-46 minutes ago

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Dowd, too, claimed that Beau Biden had begged his father to run before his untimely death.


Then-Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Joe Biden autographs a sign for a supporter at the University of Northern Iowa during a campaign stop in Cedar Falls, Iowa in November of 2007. He'll make a decision about whether to run in 2016 before the end of the summer, the White House reiterated today

Real reason?
I reckon the Dems are panicking that Hillary will implode, and they will be left with only Bernie Saunders,
who does not appeal now to the Middle of the road

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Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans. Here's Why

Huffington Post‎ - 2 days ago

With Sanders already surging in Iowa, and now virtually tied with Clinton in New Hampshire, it's important to remember that Vermont's Senator is doing something most observers once thought to be an impossibility. He has a great chance of winning the first two contests on the road to the Democratic nomination, while his challenger deals with subpoenas from Congress and other scandals. Every classified email uncovered by the FBI dooms one candidate, while paving the way for Sanders.

As for how Sanders does against GOP challengers, Quinnipiac's recent swing state poll explains that he actually performs better than Hillary Clinton in battleground states:

In several matchups in Iowa and Colorado, another Democratic contender, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, runs as well as, or better than Clinton against Rubio, Bush and Walker.

Clinton gets markedly negative favorability ratings in each state, 35-56 percent in Colorado, 33-56 percent in Iowa and 41-50 percent in Virginia.

"Hillary Clinton's numbers have dropped among voters in the key swing states of Colorado, Iowa and Virginia. She has lost ground in the horserace and on key questions about her honesty and leadership," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

=== ===


I am not sure about Sanders,

But I am pleased to see that WE-the-people are now maybe smart enough and aware enough

to take the Hilde-beast down. What a horrible thought to think of her as Obama's succesor


I am proud of Americans for waking up. What's next? A takedown of the Bush-the-third maybe?

There might even be enough time to attract some decent candidates into either party,

or for third parties to set up for relevancy this year.

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Does this sound like Desperation ?


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FOX = HILLARY = FOX ... Fox gave over $3mn to Hillary


Huge Breaking Scandal: FOX NEWS is Hillary Clinton's 9th Largest Donor!

If you were wondering why Brett Baier and Megan Kelly did all they could to kneecap Trump last night, maybe this news will help to explain it.

"According to Federal Election Commission and Center for Responsive Politics data, 21st Century Fox News Corp. has donated more than $3 million to Clinton family accounts. Overall, this lands Fox as the Clinton family's 9th largest donor over the course of the family's political involvement."


> more: http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2923850/pg1

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Hillary knows shes not interesting enough, not remotely entertaining...

This attack is not going to help her


Hillary Clinton dismisses Trump campaign: 'It's entertainment'
CNN-2 hours ago
Washington (CNN) Hillary Clinton mocked Donald Trump as the Republican presidential field's shock jock on Monday but said other ...

After a town hall meeting in New Hampshire, the Democratic presidential frontrunner trained most of her fire on Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who said during Thursday night's GOP debate that he opposes abortion in all instances, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who suggested women's health is overfunded -- he later said he "misspoke" -- during an attack on Planned Parenthood last week.

"Yes, I know it makes great TV. I think the guy went way overboard -- offensive, outrageous, pick your adjective," Clinton said of Trump. "But what Marco Rubio said has as much of an impact in terms of where the Republican Party is today as anybody on that stage, and it is deeply troubling. And it should be to the press, not just to those of us who have been doing this work for so long."

It was an effort by Clinton to make the entire Republican field pay for the ascendance of Trump to the top of its presidential primary polls, even as she dismisses the real estate mogul himself.

. . .

(Is this stat a measure of how stupid Americans are? How many are still not awake?):


Despite Trump's outsider appeal, he fared no better against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton than other Republican candidates. In a head-to-head match-up, Clinton would beat Trump by 43 percent to 29 percent, the poll found. Clinton would beat other Republican candidates such as Bush, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Texas Senator Ted Cruz by similar margins.

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