Hillary Clinton 'to announce 2016 presidential campaign'

I can't wait. She looks so lovely.
The first female POTUS. It's about time.
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Mrs Clinton is expected to make the announcement on social media.
The 67-year-old will then travel to Iowa and New Hampshire, two early
primary contests in the 2016 race.
The former first lady previously ran for president in 2008 and is
already considered a strong contender for the Democratic presidential
nomination.
Mrs Clinton is expected to release a video outlining her campaign themes
but will put off a large, formal speech.
In 2008 she came close - oh, so close - to winning the Democratic
nomination, falling to the once-in-a-generation candidacy of Barack Obama.
Despite her near success, however, her effort exposed some worrisome
flaws - bickering among her advisors, a veil of guarded aloofness that
was only occasionally lowered and the perception that she lacked an
explanation for why she sought the top office.
With a Democratic field devoid of compelling alternatives, Mrs Clinton
likely has a much clearer path to the Democratic nomination this time.
This gives her the luxury of time to find her footing on the campaign
trail after a long hiatus.
Come next summer, however, a battle-hardened Republican candidate will
be waiting. She came up short last time. Soon we'll learn what, if
anything, she's learned from past mistakes.
She recently faced criticism over using a private email address to
conduct official business as secretary of state and having personal
staff decide what emails should be given over to public records.
Mrs Clinton was a politically active first lady during her husband's two
terms as US president and then served in the US Senate for several years.
She lost out to President Barack Obama during the 2008 Democratic
presidential primaries.
Mr Obama later named her as secretary of state, a position she held
until 2013.
Two major Republicans, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, have formally announced
their campaigns, but many more are expected to run, including former
Florida Governor Jeb Bush - whose father and brother were both president.
Another Clinton-Bush election - the first was won by Mrs Clinton's
husband Bill in 1992 - would revive the debate in the US about powerful
political dynasties.
The Democratic field looks more narrow than the Republican one, but Mrs
Clinton could face former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and possibly
Vice-President Joe Biden.
Many in the left-wing of the party are urging Massachusetts Senator
Elizabeth Warren to run.
But she has repeatedly said in media interviews that she is not running
for president.
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You got something for warthogs? She never looked lovely and isn't improving with age.
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rbowman
Look at the Clintons' wedding photo. They are such a lovely couple:
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9D48. ? M^i^g^h^t^y ? W^a^n^n^a^b^e ? . 3470
Nobody ever does, but Hillary was quite foxy when she was younger.
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deep
If you're into that stoned-out-of-her-mind clueless hippy look, which I'm sure you are.
Reply to
Klaus Schadenfreude
I would feel honored to donate to that campaign.
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mogulah
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Early Hillary!
Now, a dyed in the wool progressive socialist.
- . Christopher A. Young learn more about Jesus .
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Reply to
Stormin Mormon
She's certainly a relief, compared to the bug-eyed, "I forgot to take my blood-pressure meds" look of Michelle Bachmann," or the "elect me because I have great legs and tits" look of Caribou Barbie, wouldn't you say?
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Ed Huntress
I saw a picture of here with Saul Alinsky and she really didn't look that good. I see why an older Saul Alinsky was tapping that but he looked like a Lizard you stepped on so he was probably no getting any and even Hillary looked good.
Like the naked pictures of Obama's Mother... "He claims he found nude and fetish photos of Obama's mother Ann Dunham, which he says were taken in late 1960 by Frank Marshall Davis in Davis' Hawaii ."
She was NO "looker" either....
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BeamMeUpScotty
Same Phoney expressions on their face that they use today.....
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BeamMeUpScotty
Sad that she's without looks or brains....
You'd think that a roll of the genetic dice would have been more kind to her.
Reply to
BeamMeUpScotty
At the dirty old man stage, all girls look good to him.
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Frank
Warren cleans up a lot better and she's not a Republican in a donkey costume like Clinton.
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rbowman
So what's a "Republican in a donkey costume"? There aren't many moderate Republicans left, so it sounds like you're saying she's a right-wing knuckle-dragger..
You must have a different Hillary in mind. This one is pretty much mainstream/centrist.
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Ed Huntress
Ed Huntress wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com:
Compared to whom? Warren?
Reply to
RD Sandman
Compared to anyone in politics. Check out her policy positions versus the polls. She's as close to the center as any major politician.
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Ed Huntress
Here's Mother Jones on Mother Fracker:
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Reply to
Jim Wilkins
Here's Gallup Polls, March 23:
"The practice of hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," has emerged as a divisive issue across the U.S., reflected in Americans' opinions about it; 40% of Americans say they favor the procedure, while 40% oppose it, and a substantial 19% do not have an opinion."
A split decision. You could flip a coin.
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Ed Huntress
And 80% have formed an opinion without knowing any relevant facts about fracking.
Reply to
Just Wondering
I doubt if it's that extreme, but that isn't the issue. When you're judging where a politician is relative to the center, the question is where he or she stands relative to the center of public opinion.
The farther one's own opinions are from the center, the less likely he is to know where the center actually is.
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Ed Huntress

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