Look who may be thrown under the bus

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    Look at the great possibilities the Democrats have for the 2012 election. And who is the GOP bringing along? Sarah Palin and Rand Paul....
     
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    Hillary will run in 2012 and having been schooled in 2008 on how the process actually works she will do a lot better. Unless something drastic happens in the next 2 years Obama hasn't a chance in hell of getting reelected. I can see him offering her the Vice Presidency.
     
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    think she can beat him in a primary?
     
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    NO, i think her time has passed. They will of course run Obama again. The Repubs just need to come up with a serous candidate, someone who keeps his mouth shut about religion and abortion.
     
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    I would say no if she were a Republican. The Republican party has so many built in advantages to the Incumbent, As a Democrat she could if she is still as popular as she was. She did not lose because of voting, she lost because of the rules in place for delegates gained through party apparatus. She has learned her lesson and will spend more time getting those delegates.

    And as upset as some dems are with Obama already? In 2 years it will be worse.
     
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    I used to hear dems say the same thing about Bush.
    And if I remember correctly Reagen didn't have good numbers a year and half into his term.
     
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    I'm sure the very credible, fair and balanced Fox news is privy to WH strategy..

    :lol:
     
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