Hillary vs Obie

Discussion in 'Politics' started by RedChalk, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. RedChalk
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    Of course both are from the underworld, but it's interesting to rate the horror.
    I for one would like to see the Clintons be never heard from (politically) again. The one and only thing that I applaud Obie for is defeating Hillary, which gave me no end of good times!! And then he sends her away as Sec of State, just too much fun.
    But will she challenge him for the nomination in 2012??? Now that's a question worth pondering.
     
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    Either one would beat whatever stiff the Republicans choose to run in 2012.

    Best course of action is to let Obama win by another landslide in 2012 and then let Hillary win in 2016 and 2020
     
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    sounds reasonable
     
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    28 states and 365 EVs is not a landslide, you're thinking of Reagan's 1st win - 44 states, 489 EVs, and his 2nd - 49 states, 525 EVs
     
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    If Scott Brown's 52% is a landslide, then Obama's 52% is one as well.
     
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    Not gonna happen-ey..
     
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    You have to examine the swing.
    Obama picked up no more than a +4% over what Kerry had in 2004.
    Brown picked up a +22% over the Republican challenger in 2006.
     

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