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Would an Obama-Clinton ticket be unbeatable?

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Detectorist, Aug 15, 2012.

  1. Detectorist

    Detectorist

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    I think if Obama wants to guarantee a win he should dump Biden and put Mrs. Clinton on the ticket with him.

    That would be a brilliant move.
     
  2. Paul7

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    Except for the compliant AG Janet Reno, Mrs. Clinton would have been indicted for obstruction of justice.
     

  3. callihan_44

    callihan_44 INFIDEL

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    Repubs could point out that Biden was just another blunder this administration has committed. They aren't unbeatable
     
  4. Flying-Dutchman

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    Good move for Obama but not Hillary.

    If Obama wins Hillary will be VP during the next disastrous 4 years making her radioactive for 2016.

    If Obama/Hillary loses she is still connected to Obama.
     
  5. TheExplorer

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    Agree 100% This would be political disaster for Hillary.
     
  6. wjv

    wjv Zip It Stan Lee.. . .

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    She's too old at this point, and has too much political baggage.
     
  7. SPIN2010

    SPIN2010 Searching ...

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    Yeah, sure ... all the great work the pantsuit queen has done as Secretary of State. :upeyes: GET FOR REAL!
     
  8. GAFinch

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    I can't stand the woman, but she could've easily won the 2008 primaries if the media had remained somehow impartial instead of unexpectedly falling in love with Zero and railroading her. She tried to vet him but gave up when she realized that she couldn't get any media to publish her findings. The Narcissist-in-Chief couldn't handle having a qualified Vice President up-showing him. She could help him win now, but he'll lose before he puts his ego aside.
     
  9. cowboy1964

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    I believe Hillary will be 69 in 2016. The same age as Reagan when he won.

    Too much political baggage, are you kidding? She'd win handily.
     
  10. TheExplorer

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    I was actually shocked when she didn't win the primary. Didn't she turn down the VP nomination? I can't remember. Either way, I think she would have a decent shot in 2016. You certainly don't hear anything about Biden's accomplishments.
     
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  12. QNman

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    Ron Brown thought he was brilliant too... :whistling:
     
  13. G22Dude

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    Hillary would be a fool to tie herself even tighter to this sinking ship. She can at least say with some credibility that Obama has marginalized her as Sec State, to the point where she is in South Africa dry humping some chick as they get down. Thats all she has left. No real role in the administration.