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George W.: Jeb Could Beat 'Sister-In-Law' Hillary

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by poncho, Dec 8, 2014.

  1. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    On Sunday's State of the Union, host Candy Crowley asked former President George W. Bush about his family's relationsip with the Clintons and asked for a prediction if his brother Jeb ran against Hillary in the 2016 presidential election.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBOdvNWNz2E#t=19

    Hehehehehe
     
  2. gigabyte71

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    I can give you a prediction, if Jeb runs, I am voting Democrat.
     
  3. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    Either way.
     
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    At least say a third party - Suppose Democrat David Duke by some fluke became the Party Nominee?
     
  5. gigabyte71

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    We've already suffered two of those Bushs. A can of Bush's Baked Beans would do a better job than another Bush. Actually, that will be my write in, Bush's Baked Beans.
     
  6. Zaac

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    Any chance the GOP had, and it was slim to none already, evaporated with the Eric Garner video and the Rights response to that video.

    If Hillary wants to be the next President, she will be.
     
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    Actually, in the election after the Occupy Cranial Rectitus Display, the country swung republican. There's a lot of parallels to the stupidity were seeing in cities, now. Its just a shame.


    Hillary can't sell books. Cant fill an auditorium. She's old news.
     
  8. Zaac

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    She's still out-polling anybody the GOP might even be considering.
     
  9. poncho

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    And she has good connections. The Bush's seem to love her and Bill.
     
  10. Zaac

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    I think people who have been and that office can just relate to one another better than they can other people.

    They both did some good things and some not so good things. And they probably can both sit back and enjoy now the time that they had in the Office becoming such a tremendous part of history.

    Now they are set for life. Never have to do anything again if they don't want. And they can just be themselves without the burdens of being in office.

    I can see how they could be good friends whereas I couldn't see Bill and Hillary being good friends with Al Gore and Tipper, or George and Laura being good friends with Dick Cheney and Lynne.
     
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    If Jeb runs it will keep a lot of conservatives from voting. He can't win.
     
  12. Zaac

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    The GOP needs to start looking to 2024. They have NOONE who can beat Hillary in 2016 if she wants to run.

    I think if the GOP is honest, they will find that even big money Republicans prefer Hillary over any repackaged version of a Dole-esque, McCain-esque or Romney-esque candidate.
     
  13. poncho

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    If the GOP were honest they'd tell us both parties are in the banker's pocket.
     
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