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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoons View Post
    Frankly, I think Hillary will simply be too old in 2016, like many of us.

    No, I expect them to field a Hispanic leftist this time. If the country lasts that long. The "new demographic" are primarily made up of takers and the check writers are starting to vote with their feet and pocketbooks. Look for a big return to recession (actually we never left if you look at the real numbers and not the cooked ones). Look for the debt to simply become unmanageable.

    You can also look for a massive breakdown in Medicare as the doctors simply refuse to take elderly patients without supplemental insurance that covers the difference between the unacceptable compensation rates caused by the three quarters trillion ObamaCare theft from the program.

    Republicans need to get smart now and give the left enough rope to hang themselves. Just as they are doing in France. It will be the early example of where progressivism has to end up. The best thing they could do would be to simply go home and hand the keys of the House of Reps over to the Dems.

    The public, particularly women and minorities, need to learn some lessons the hard way.
    Agreed.

    And... AND - conservatives (the GOP) cannot make the mistake of compromise. For one thing, if/when the $#@! hits the fan, they cannot be part of that problem. Second, someone has to represent a platform that will be in position to fix the mess, and a mess there will be.

    Having said that, I think the GOP is more concerned with party survival in the short run and will put themselves in a position of compromise.

    Which is why I changed parties recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoons View Post
    Frankly, I think Hillary will simply be too old in 2016, like many of us.

    No, I expect them to field a Hispanic leftist this time. If the country lasts that long. The "new demographic" are primarily made up of takers and the check writers are starting to vote with their feet and pocketbooks. Look for a big return to recession (actually we never left if you look at the real numbers and not the cooked ones). Look for the debt to simply become unmanageable.

    You can also look for a massive breakdown in Medicare as the doctors simply refuse to take elderly patients without supplemental insurance that covers the difference between the unacceptable compensation rates caused by the three quarters trillion ObamaCare theft from the program.

    Republicans need to get smart now and give the left enough rope to hang themselves. Just as they are doing in France. It will be the early example of where progressivism has to end up. The best thing they could do would be to simply go home and hand the keys of the House of Reps over to the Dems.

    The public, particularly women and minorities, need to learn some lessons the hard way.
    was Reagan too old when he ran?

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    Quote Originally Posted by truthmatters View Post
    was Reagan too old when he ran?
    Reagan was a man. Unfortunately women don't age as graciously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    Reagan was a man. Unfortunately women don't age as graciously.
    I have thought for some time that Hillary was fed up and tired.. Now I am not so sure.

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    Yes, actually I think he was, particularly in that second term when it was pretty obvious the Alzheimers was beginning to take hold and he started listening to the liberal Bushes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarona View Post
    I have thought for some time that Hillary was fed up and tired.. Now I am not so sure.
    We will have to see how Benghazi turns out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    We will have to see how Benghazi turns out.

    Foregone conclusion . The General made a general's decision .

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    Which general?

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    I suspect, now that the election is over, Hillary will be thrown to the Benghazi wolves.
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    no. it won't be hill. It will be Petraeus. He'll take the fall here in the next couple weeks...if that long. Why? he's got nothing left to lose and seeing as they had this info since last summer, well, it looks like they were planning on using it if it was necessary. Don't worry. he's okay. The fix is in. There was talk of him heading up Princeton.

    might as well get used to this: There are no american heroes. not anymore.

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