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Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton For President in 2016?

She voted in favor of George W. Bush’s rush to war in Iraq.

On the other hand, she says that she supports same-sex marriage.

On the other hand, she supported the right-wing Democratic Leadership Council.

hillary clinton for President logoOn the other hand, Hillary Clinton is the only prospective candidate for President in 2016 who has been in the White House for 8 years already, but remains eligible to serve for two full terms.

On the other hand, the pro-Clinton web site Hillary is 44 writes, “Over the years even some Hillary Clinton supporters from 2008 are too angry with the corruptions of Barack Obama to support Hillary Clinton now.”

Mother Jones writes, “According to Clinton’s friends, fundraisers, and former campaign staffers, big Democratic money isn’t going anywhere until she makes up her mind about launching a second presidential campaign.”

Using a slogan that seems designed to provoke satire from Republicans who see a Communist hiding behind every telephone pole, Clinton’s allies have created a web site – and a super PAC – named Ready for Hillary.

So, what about you? Are you ready for Hillary 2016… or are you ready for Hillary Clinton to retire?

9 comments to Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton For President in 2016?

  • Dave

    On the other hand, there has been a Clinton or a Bush running in every election since 1980. Thirty two years to be exact. The 2016 race is shaping up to be a contest between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush.

    Jeb is very popular here in Florida, a state that went for Obama in 2012. Big on quality education, protector of the Everglades, stood in opposition to Dems and Repubs who sought to open Florida to oil drilling near the coasts, worked tirelessly to protect the Florida Reef – third largest coral reef in the world. Has the ability to make Hispanics understand that he is for them, not against them.

    Hillary, as a Democrat (and we all know how they look out for the little guy wink wink) served on the Board of Directors of Wal-Mart, helping guide them in their endeavors to destroy the livelihoods of tens of thousands of families with small businesses, is, like her party, in the vest pocket of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, sheesh ALL of Wall Street, the banks, real estate moguls, failed to take a few desperate calls from Benghazi … as a candidate she might pull it off, but this time she will be running against a truly formidable opponent.

  • If Hillary Clinton reveals documents that show she stood up as Secretary of State against the expansion of targeted killing drone deployments and similarly expressed liberal sentiments in foreign policy, I might consider her candidacy. I don’t suspect that’s the case, because I don’t believe she’s a liberal politician, and so I don’t expect I’ll be supporting her candidacy if she declares.

    As usual, I will give a certain amount of respect to the argument that because we live in an effectively 2-party system, like it or not, we must choose the lesser of 2 evils. I don’t buy the argument, but I have some respect for it.

    • Dave

      In national elections I tend to vote for obscure candidates whose campaigns resemble a snowball in hell. This means I don’t vote “strategically” nor do I consider my vote wasted. A vote for a candidate who would not represent me is a truly wasted vote.

      Heard it said somewhere that what we have is one party with two heads, which makes it sound like some kind of dragon that needs slaying. That’s about right.

      • Dave,

        I don’t often agree with you on substantive matters, but on this process question I agree with you strongly. Our nation might be much better served with an active and strong multi-party process.

  • Joshua Budden

    No, I will not vote for more of the same.

  • Hillary Clinton is an absolute DISGRACE to “our” Nation! She’s a pathetic, babbler who would literally sell her soul to the devil himself to feel “empowered!” She needs that to show Billy Boy, anything that he can do, so can she! Only she can’t find ANYBODY to accomodate her with extra marital affair… HAS TO BE POLITICS!!!!! She is such a sad, pathetic person, BIRDS OF A FEATHER, Bill and Hill, and Bo and Jo!!!! Thank God she doesn’t have a chance!

  • dan

    We need to be over the likes of the Clinton’s and the Bush’s for good.

  • My vision is Barak Obama is the last male president.
    http://www.gofundme.com/4sbxv0

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