Hopefully you are right. She would be a great leader and lead the country to have more improvement than what is happening now.Regarding the economy, infrastructure, and a great woman's advocate around the globe.
Hillary will be Obama's third term. More policy-starving obstruction. More Repugnican insanity. I'm just sayin' she could accomplish more as a private citizen than a hobbled POTUS if Congress doesn't undergo a sea change.
I agree. Politics is so mucked up, and it will never go back to the old way of talking, discussing, giving/receiving, getting things done. A new era is down the road and something new will evolve. The Republicans say if the Immigration Bill passes, there will be no more Republicans because all immigrants are Democrats!! I don't believe that but wonder what ways US Congress will reform to get things done.
Hillary has a nice historical reputation. She doesn't need to be president and the whipping boy girl for Republicbaggers! She can still make more marks in the U.S. / World that will give her pleasure and make us proud.
However! However! I she still has a desire to break the woman for president glass ceiling -- I'm behind her 150%.
Hillary will be Obama's third term. More policy-starving obstruction. More Repugnican insanity.
The only way to break that cycle will be if the Next POTUS is a Republican. The hell with that. Unless... and I say this with great caution... if the Dem is a total bust and the other choice is Christie.. I may vote for him. But that's the only GOP I see on the horizon who isn't completely crazy or mired in old time religion.
Edit: (key word in last sentence is "mired" ) I don't have a problem with religion, in general.
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
I understand your sentiment, but I could never support any Republican, even moderate Christie because it would be a green light for the right wing "Crazies". You think he or any other moderate could control those rabid dogs ?
I understand your sentiment, but I could never support any Republican, even moderate Christie because it would be a green light for the right wing "Crazies". You think he or any other moderate could control those rabid dogs ? eek
There is something about Christie that is likable. I can't put my finger on anything at the moment. Surely not his smart-arse way of talking. He is rude and crude sometimes. And you call him a Moderate? I sure would not. Have you read of the things he has done in New Jersey?
I think he might be able to win a presidency. But, all the Teabaggers would have to die and go to hello first. I don't think they like him. He is too friendly with the enemy!
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