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279 days ago.
by Kunectdots
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Hillary Clinton will Run for President and She will Win

She will win for the exact same reason the last POTUS won, she is a novelty. As shameful as it is, people will vote for her strictly because she is a woman and not necessarily because they think she is the best candidate for the job.

 
 

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mythravere

I forgot to add that the desire for things to be as the right see's fit if allowed to happen would invariably lead to the need to go elsewhere to satiate that need for control after this nation was aligned to what they want.

Crusades anyone?

Posted 283 days ago.

mythravere

Thats one of the issues that will keep a Republican out of office if the right stays the course.

People just dont want to be dictated to on how to live their personal lives.

Heck I have a feeling that if this was a totally Christian nation we'd be at near total and non-stop war. Such is the desire for control and things being made as the Christian Fundamentalists see fit.

And I guarantee you this nation would finds it ruin if that were the case.

Posted 283 days ago.

mythravere

But then you have another problem. A lot of Christians feel that since they can't have it their way then their religious freedom is being hindered.

Ok. Two can play that game. That being the case. What is to stop me from using that logic to start my own "religion" and make one of its main tenets the act of "what is yours is mine"? Essentially I can come up to you and take what I want.

I am sure a person could get a lot of people behind that and establish a belief system around that.

Not being free to exercise that belief would hinder my religious convictions would it not?

Why can we live and let live?

If "conservatives" want to stay in the game as it were they had better get on board with that last statement. Society will leave that kind extreme behaviour behind. Civilization has been marching away from intolerant behaviour for a long time and will more than likely continue to do so.

Posted 283 days ago.

mythravere

Maybe we shouldn't have a Republican president again. If the right can not come to terms with positions that are conducive to personal freedom then they should not be allowed any control.

The Christian Coalition thinks this nation should be governed by way of religion. If something doesn't pass a religious litmus test then it must be discarded and kept under strict control.

That flies right in the face of personal freedom.

Posted 283 days ago.

I liked Cain but his 9-9-9 an was viewed as a fad that while popad with a segment of society was never going to gain enough momentum to get popular support much less enough backing in Congress to actually become law.

Republucans should have been doing everything they could to get Gen. Powell to succeed GWB in 2008. He could have won if the ChristiN coalition supported him but I'm not so sure that would have happened.

In fact, I will go so far as to say that if the fiscal conservatives and the CC don't come together soon, we won't see. Republican president for years.

Posted 284 days ago.

Kunectdots

Touche!

Posted 284 days ago.

Tiredofit

Kinect, there is no way Herman Cain could have taken race out of the race so to speak. A black person who is not liberal is NOT really black according to the media.

Posted 284 days ago.

Kunectdots

(cont) If you were reading these threads during the campaign, I was hoping that Herman Cain would have been the one to go head-to-head with Obama. It would have taken the basis of race out of the picture and Cain's experience with business would put him in charge of a restaurant chain will Barack Obama worked the French fry machine for him (on a comparative basis).

Posted 284 days ago.

Kunectdots

AaronS - So what you're saying, apparently without realizing it, is that none of the possible candidates for the Republican nomination had more business/governmental experience than a community organizing, part-time senator from Illinois when, in fact ALL of them did.

Maybe Romney seemed the most 'personable', but look where that's gotten us today with Mr. Cult of Personality in the WH.

The ObamaCare program, that is nowhere near being launched but has already cost billions and is already being described as a "Train wreck" was the first thing Newt Gingrich said he would repeal. You don't think Newt is going to be proven right for that observation.

Posted 284 days ago.

Tiredofit

Aaron, In the field that was presented by the GOP, Mitt may have been the best but that's like saying he was the tallest amongst midgets. The GOP has some very good and exciting people however they seem to always choose the next guy in line and that has frustrated me for years.

Posted 284 days ago.

Newt Gingrich lost the nomination a decade ago with his hypocritical persecution of Bill Climton, Rick Perry's arrogance did him in, Rick Santorum is no more a fiscal conservative than Barrack Obama, and Ron Paul never stood a chance so realistically, who was a better candidate than Mitt Romney?

Posted 284 days ago.

Kunectdots

Dear harryanderson - If I were an officer of the local Democratic Party, I'd probably "still feel, that the nominating process chose the best candidate" too.

Posted 284 days ago.

Kunectdots

Dear harryanderson - If I were an officer of the local Democratic Party, I'd probably "still feel, that the nominating process chose the best candidate" too.

Posted 284 days ago.

Tiredofit

Myth, no one listens to AHOLES but that is hardly an explanation of the terms extreme and hateful.

Posted 285 days ago.

Tiredofit

MYTH YOU SAID "They didn't sell themselves to the people and adopting extreme and in some cases what can be construed as hateful positions hurt them." Again I ask, WHAT EXTREME POSITIONS and WHAT HATEFUL ONES?

Posted 285 days ago.

mythravere

I put it this way Tiredofit. A person can be totally right about something but the way in which they convey the facts they are putting forth makes them totally wrong.

Some on the right take a holier than thou approach in how they deal with other people.

That doesn't help anything.

In my own personal dealings with people it doesn't matter how right they are about something if they come across as an buthole. I tend to ignore them after they breach that barrier.

Posted 285 days ago.

harryanderson

I felt, and still feel, that the nominating process chose the best candidate.

Posted 285 days ago.

Which conservative are you referring to? I hope it's not Santorium as his fiscal voti g record was anything but conservative.

Posted 285 days ago.

Kunectdots

McCain, a 'marshmallow' Republican at best, lost because of his coattail attachment (in the eyes of the people) to George W. Bush. Mitt Romney LET Obama beat him. One would have to be a adamant believer in conspiracies to support this, but it's almost as if Romney was intentionally put in the running as a 'spoiler' to derail the campaigns of more qualified Conservative candidates in order to return Obama to office.

Surely, Fate WILL step in and preserve us from a Hillary presidency. We've done many things wrong as a nation, but nothing so severe that we should be cursed with her.

Posted 285 days ago.

Tiredofit

What are the hateful and extreme positions of which you speak?

Posted 285 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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