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LOL.

As if a haircut would fix her problems - She is totallly UN-Likeable

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Hillary's support in Polls:

Period---------------- : .Net. : Fav. : UnF : UnD

August 28-30, 2015 : -08% : 44% 52% *--- 4%

August 20-25, 2015 : -12% : 39% 51% *-- 10% : Quinnipiac

August 14-16, 2015 : -08% : 43% 51% *--- 6% : YouGov/Econ.

 

(CNN / ORC Poll)

August 13-16, 2015 : -09% : 44% 53% *--- 2%

July 22-25, 2015---- : -03% : 45% 48% 1% 6%

May 29-31, 2015---- : -03% : 46% 50% *--- 3%

March 13-15, 2015- : +09% : 53% 44% 1% 2%

Nov. 21-23, 2014--- : +21% : 59% 38% 1% 2%

May29-Jun. 1, 2014 : +11% : 55% 42% *--- 3%

March 7-9, 2014---- : +16% : 57% 41% *--- 2%

Oct. 18-20, 2013---- : +22% : 59% 37% *--- 3%

May 17-18, 2013---- : +25% : 61% 36% 1% 2%

March 15-17, 2013-- : +30% : 63% 33% 1% 3%

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Jebbie-Boy pounces

Republicans have pounced on the news that 150 emails that Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential contender, sent or received on a personal email account while secretary of state contained classified information.

“She hasn’t been truthful. She has hid all this,” Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor and Republican presidential contender, said on Tuesday. “This has all been secretive. It took a subpoena to get this information, and she talks about it in a very cavalier attitude. I think it has been very damning.”

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“These new emails show Hillary Clinton exposed even more classified information on her secret server than previously known,” said Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee. “On hundreds of occasions, Hillary Clinton’s reckless attempt to skirt transparency laws put sensitive information and our national security at risk.

Mrs Clinton has denied sending or receiving classified information over the private account.

 

> http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/126e2cb2-505a-11e5-8642-453585f2cfcd.html#axzz3kgnbWRHM

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Proof-positive that Hillary is Putting ISRAEL FIRST:

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Hillary Clinton's Fight For Gefilte Fish
NPR-5 hours ago
Of the more than 7,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's emails released by ... Hillary Clinton got involved, and some of the fish was let back into Israel.
And Donald Trump said she wasnt effective as Sec. of State !

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The Man with the forked tongue wants a fork in Hillary

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PIERS MORGAN: Put a fork in her, because Hillary's done. Nobody ...
Daily Mail-1 Sep 2015
No, the reason why Hillary won't make it back to the White House is ... The more Hillary has protested her innocence, the more guilty she's ...

Hillary Clinton is not going to be the next President of the United States.

It’s not because she demanded skim milk for her tea, though any discerning tea-drinker would always insist on at least semi-skim.

It’s not because she couldn’t work out how to watch ‘Parks and Recreation’ or ‘The Good Wife’ on catch-up TV, though coupled with her general apparent ignorance of all new technology this does little to negate the nagging sense that she’s simply too old for the top job in America.

It’s not because her aides sometimes go 100 hours without sleep, though this might explain why this campaign has been so disastrous.

And it’s definitely not because of her views on Gefilte fish, which remain a blissful mystery.

No, the reason why Hillary won’t make it back to the White House is because Americans simply don’t trust her.


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"... something very material is being hidden from not only the US public, but Congress itself. With Hillary suddenly fading fast in the polls she may need a quick answer before her entire campaign is obliterated by scandal after ever greater scandal."

 

Nixon lost the 1960 election because people did not trust him:

"Would you buy a used car from this man"

 

For Hillary:

"Would you buy used email server lie from her?"

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It's not America First...

It's not even (a treasonous) Israel First.

It is now, and was always: Hillary First (for Mrs Clinton)

 

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-04/martin-armstrong-astonished-hillary-email-scandal

 

Martin Armstrong "Astonished" At Hillary Email Scandal

 

 

wow! he used a familiar photo

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If you work for the government and opt to send all OFFICIAL e-mails through your private unsecured server because you assumed you could only have one: wouldn’t you assume that national security comes before personal e-mails?

This is just amazing. Obviously, Hillary has lied about the e-mails for how did she conduct business as part of her job without using a government system? If you had to choose between the two, it would seem that the country should come first.

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We really need a new reality TV show:

The Arrest and Trial and... of Hillary Clinton

 

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America today is more civilized than Germany then.

But just above, you can see how they handled their traitors.

If, as some think, she was selling secrets... we really must think of a long incarceration of Ms Clinton.

But let's get the arrest and trial first...

So she can establish her guilt or innocence

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She can apologize from Prison:

Saying "sorry" does not forgive a serious crime

 

CNN - ‎1 hour ago‎
New York (CNN) Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she is "sorry" for using a private email server, going further than ever before to express remorse for the controversy that has rocked her campaign.
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Why does she think she should be treated to less serious justice than Petreus,
who did something less serious.
The plain fact is: Hillary cannot be trusted - and does not belong in the White House

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I could watch Hillary do the Nae-Nae all day:

(she is incredibly awkward, ungraceful, un-natural)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ug3Zl9N_tPU

 

She will be great using it as an exercise routine when in prison

 

Maybe Ellen DeG. can share a cell with her somehow

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There's a future for Hillary that I can happily support

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the impossible reboot

she's still an unlike-able lying -itch

 

It’s the new softer, warmer, funnier, more candid, revealing, self-effacing, humble Hillary that, apparently, the world has been seeking for a long time.

haha !

http://www.desertsun.com/story/opinion/columnists/2015/09/10/mcfeatters-clinton-campaign-reboot/72010848/

 

Financial Times - ‎17 hours ago‎
Hillary Clinton hinted this week that she would treat voters to more heart and humour, in her latest effort to reboot a White House campaign under threat from a self-declared grumpy Vermont socialist and a grieving vice-president who has yet to decide ...

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Very Beatable - that's how the "exposed" and "injured" Hillary looks

 

New poll shows Bernie Sanders leading Hillary Clinton by record margins in New Hampshire and Iowa

Boston.com‎ - 15 hours ago

According to a YouGov/CBS News poll released Sunday Bernie Sanders is leading the former secretary of state and once-presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, by wide margins in both Iowa and New Hampshire.

 

In New Hampshire, the Vermont senator leads Clinton 52 percent to 30 percent, with Vice President Joe Biden—who has still not decided whether to officially run—garnering 9 percent among likely Democratic primary voters. It’s the fourth straight poll show Sanders up in the Granite State, but the first to show a double-digit lead.

 

He also received support from 70 percent of New Hampshire independents who say they’ll vote in the Democratic primary.

In Iowa, Sanders leads Clinton 43 percent to 33 percent, with Biden nabbing 10 percent of those surveyed. Clinton had consistently led Sanders in Iowa, until a Quinnipiac poll Thursday showed the two to be even.

 

 

Time to start dusting off those "dead parrot" jokes?

The people who gave candidate Hillary all those millions must be p/ssed off

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LIAR ?

 

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Legacy?

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"Hillary Clinton's support has fallen by 21 percentage points since July,"

 

Would you give her money now?

 

That's like buying a junior mining stock in a Gold Bear market.

But can Hillary really turnaround from here?

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THIS will be remembered as the moment when Hillary "jumped the shark" and became totally ridiculous

 

When someone announces to the press "I will be more authentic" - it means they are in real trouble,

because you cannot ANNOUNCE you are becoming authentic - you just need to do it

 

 

I could watch Hillary do the Nae-Nae all day:

(she is incredibly awkward, ungraceful, un-natural)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ug3Zl9N_tPU

 

She is beatable, and in very big trouble - having fallen about 20 points in the polls in just two months

 

Hillary Is Planning To Be More Spontaneous

 

The polls ...are getting worse for Hillary Clinton.

(Yep - and the one AFTER this has come out , and is even worse news for the Hillda-beast.)

 

The latest survey, from CNN/ORC, shows the Democratic presidential front-runner's lead over her primary rivals dwindling. And Clinton has also seen her advantage against potential Republican challengers evaporate.

 

But even that comes with a couple of caveats. In July, 75% of Democrats said they presumed she would be the nominee. And the poll notes a reminder that in October 2007, 64% of Democrats expected she would be the party's 2008 nominee. That nomination, of course, went to President Barack Obama, then an Illinois senator. In the Democratic presidential primary, Clinton leads with 37% of the vote. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), who is running as a Democrat, grabs 27% of the vote. And Vice President Joe Biden, who is weighing a run, gets 20%. Clinton's support is down 10 points from last month and a whopping 19 points from July, when 56% of likely Democratic primary voters said she was their top choice.

Sanders' support is virtually unchanged from a month ago — but Biden jumped about 6 points in the poll compared with August's survey. Clinton also is faring more poorly against her theoretical general-election opponents, continuing a trend that has developed over the past several weeks. A look: Clinton trails former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida ® 49-47 among registered voters. On the other hand, Bush trails Biden by 8 points.Clinton and Republican real-estate magnate Donald Trump are tied among registered voters, each grabbing 48% of the vote. Biden would beat Trump by 10 points if the election were held today, the poll shows.Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a Republican, leads Clinton by 5 points among registered voters. Biden trails Carson by 3 points.
emotional-biden-says-not-there-when-askeThomson ReutersVice President Joe Biden at the Javits Convention Center in New York at an event to discuss the minimum wage.

A concerning development for Clinton is her deteriorating strength among female voters. Her advantage against Republicans among women has virtually disappeared — save for the potential matchup against Trump. Bush and Clinton, for example, are essentially tied among female registered voters. And Clinton leads Carson by just 3 points among women, while Carson has an outsize advantage (14 points) with men. And her near universal support among Democratic women is also sliding. Clinton remains the first choice of 41% of Democratic women, but that's down 11 points from just last month, according to the poll. Some good news for Clinton in the poll: Most Democrats still expect her to be the party's nominee next November. Overall, 55% of Democratic primary voters think she's most likely to win the nomination, even if she may not be some of those voters' first choice right now.

 

(I reckon that expectation is being shattered right now, and her financing ability will be hit.)

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shooting herself in both feet?

 

Los Angeles Times - ‎7 hours ago‎

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton visited "The Tonight Show" on Wednesday, making her first late-night appearance since declaring her presidential candidacy in April

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Fallon then brought up the pesky email situation, wondering if Clinton wanted to keep her account under wraps because, like his mother, she writes her entire message in the subject line and was embarrassed for the world to find out.

Clinton said, “Nothing that was sent at the time, or received, was secret. This was all retroactive. It’s a little hard to explain but sometimes different government agencies argue about what should or shouldn't be what’s called classified.”

She also clarified the now infamous gefilte fish email, explaining that she’d been asked to help get the delicacy into Israel in time for Passover -- clearly an international emergency.

“The headline should be, ‘Grandma knows how to use email,’” Fallon joked.

Elsewhere in the broadcast, the host and Clinton also had a bit of fun at the Donald’s expense. In a sketch that imagined a phone call between the two candidates, “Trump” -- a.k.a. Fallon in bronzer and a yellow wig -- offered up unsolicited campaign advice as Clinton took generous swigs from a glass of wine and rolled her eyes.

The former New York senator also asked her rival, who has been widely criticized for sexist remarks, about his stance on women’s issues.

"Look, I know a lot of women," Fallon as Trump replied, "and they all have issues."

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