Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

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    Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    red state:


    I wonder if progressive Democrats are really Ready for Hillary.Not that they have even the illusion of a choice. Events like this are pretty much designed to hammer that basic reality home. Jon Corzine, by any rational standard, should have been at least tried for fraud for what his MF Global brokerage firm did with over a billion dollars of their customer’s money (it took two years to get that money back). And yet… as Mollie Hemingway notes here, Jon Corzine had the good fortune of being a major bundler for the Obama administration.  So, oddly enough, there’s been no criminal charges filed.


    Whether Jon Corzine is guilty of fraud or not, he’s clearly demonstrated from his past career that he is simply horrible at running things.  If Corzine really wanted to improve the world he’d take some of his money, retire to an island in the Caribbean, and hide there for the rest of his life lest Jon Corzine do more inadvertent damage to it.  As for Hillary Clinton… well, she should join Corzine on the island on general principles; but I cannot wait to start hearing the woman talking about ‘income inequality’ and ‘Wall Street v. Main Street’ and all the other faux-populist nonsense that Democrats babble about when they’re not collecting fat campaign contribution checks from fatcats.But the absolutely best hypocrisy?  Oh, that’ll be the way that progressive Democrats will just sit there meekly while Establishment Democrats slap them in the face like this a few times… just before the progressives are sent out to tell the world about how those awful business-loving Republicans are cynically manipulating the system for the benefits of a crony class.  Which the progressives will dutifully do, because they are indeed hypocrites.  :brightly: Cowards, too! – But we knew that already.


    So, I guess it doesn’t really matter if progressive Democrats are Ready For Hillary or not.  Hillary Clinton may not the candidate that progressives want, but she’s certainly the candidate that progressives deserve."


    Progressive kneejerk responses : "Citizens United made us do it"  "Big money contributions are corrupt, but we have to do it to prevent Republicans from taking big money contributions" "hey, the Republicans say it is free speech, so no problem"   "Jon Corzine wasnt indicted"

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    Makes sense that he joins HRC,he  s/b  in jail

    how he wasn't guilty under sarbaines /oxley is a mystery to me

    he was a horrible gov, who was dating the head of a major union, and somehow the union got a great deal

     meanwhile HRC has absolutely no accomplishments in her entire political adult life

    She was thrown off the house watergate committee for lying to Democrats

    and it goes down from there

    oh yeah, she managed to get a rapist off for raping -12/13 yr old girl by claiming it was the girl's fault -go to the audio tape

    just another day in the life of a hack pol

     
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    corzine the criminal?  the guy that "lost" 1 billion dollars?

    this is going to be much fun

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    "meanwhile HRC has absolutely no accomplishments in her entire political adult life"

    The OP is about Corzine maybe joining Team Hillary.

    But a poster also wrote the above. That of course is beyond ridiculous. And if it was not, then we would not be talking about Corzine and Team Hillary.

    But to refresh some posters recollections, here are some of HRC's accomplishments.

     


    I've been asked on television a lot about whether Bill Clinton will be a help or hindrance to his wife's potential run for president. Will Bill Clinton be an albatross around Hillary Clinton's neck? My answer: absolutely not.

    Why all this talk when Hillary Clinton still has not confirmed a run for 2016? And why all this talk of the affair former President Clinton had with Monica Lewinsky? As a woman, the question reeks of sexism. Although her husband was president for two terms, and governor for two terms in Arkansas, Hillary has been much more than a first lady. We do not need to talk about what Bill Clinton did; we can look at what Hillary has done.

    [See a collection of political cartoons on Congress.]

    Although her major initiative, the Clinton health care plan failed, it certainly set the groundwork for the health care law we have today, the Affordable Care Act. And she played a leading role in advocating the creation of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, which provides state support for children whose parents cannot provide them with health coverage. She promoted nationwide immunization against childhood illnesses. She also played a leading role in creation of the Adoption and Safe Families Act and the Foster Care Independence Act. She encouraged older women to seek a mammogram for early detection of breast cancer (which is covered by Medicare) and successfully sought to increase research funding for prostate cancer and childhood asthma at the NIH. She worked to investigate illnesses that were reportedly affecting Veterans of the Gulf War; now commonly known as Gulf War Syndrome. And she created an Office on Violence Against Women at the Department of Justice. She is also the first first lady to hold a post graduate degree, and she traveled to more countries than any other first lady had at that time.

    [See a collection of political cartoons on defense spending.]

    As a U.S. senator, she was the first first lady to be elected to this office. She was instrumental in securing $21 billion in funding for the World Trade Center site's redevelopment. She subsequently took a leading role in investigating the health issues that 9/11 first responders were facing.

    After visiting soldiers in Iraq, Clinton noted that the insurgency had failed to disrupt the democratic elections held earlier, and that parts of the country were functioning well. Noting that war deployments were draining regular and reserve forces, she cointroduced legislation to increase the size of the regular Army by 80,000 soldiers to ease the strain and supported retaining and improving health benefits for veterans. She also she introduced the Family Entertainment Protection Act.

    That was just in her first term. She was easily re-elected and accomplished much in her second term as well. And who can forget her run for the presidency, receiving more than 17 million votes during the nomination process?

    [See a collection of editorial cartoons on Benghazi.]

    As our secretary of state, Clinton visited 112 countries, helping to repair a badly damaged U.S. reputation. She advocated an expanded role in global economic issues for the State Department and cited the need for an increased U.S. diplomatic presence, especially in Iraq, where the Defense Department had conducted diplomatic missions. Clinton unveiled the Global Hunger and Food Security program, prevailed over Vice President Biden to send an additional 21,000 troops to Afghanistan, saved the signing of a Turkish-Armenian accord, and assisted the president with major decisions as to the U.S. position with regard to the revolution in Egypt and the decision to use military force in Libya.

    Hillary doesn't need the merits of her husband; nor does she need to be attacked for standing by her man after his affair. That is her private and personal decision. And the fact that we are still focused more on Bill than Hil speaks volumes to why the United States still has not had a female president.

    But I tell you America, that time is coming ... brace yourselves.

     

     

    http://www.usnews.com/opinion/leslie-marshall/2014/02/19/hillary-clintons-accomplishments-speak-for-themselves

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    "Brace youselves, America." Another Presidential candidate who will ask for your vote based not on ideas, ideology or accomplishment, but based on grievance mongering...this time , it is gender... "I am woman, hear me roar..."

    As George Will says:

    "the Democratic Party's activist core is incurably devoted to identity politics — the proposition that people are whatever their gender is (or their race or ethnicity or sexual orientation or whatever seems stupendously important at the moment). And the party's base seems determined to nominate and elect a woman, thereby proving that what has occurred in Britain, Germany, Israel, India, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and other nations can happen here. Feel the excitement. "

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    Andiejen

    u r kidding right?

    being the first First Lady to be elected to the senate should mean something?

    getting funding for the WTC ? Really how difficult was that?

    or her travel miles to a a lot of countries? 

     Really?

    How about her lousy Russian reset button

    or being whatever she was in libya , and yes it does matter

    repeat she is a total bust

    you will vote for her why? You want more policies that don't work? Or that she is a woman and you would be so as proud as when you got to vote for the first black president coz he was black. identify politics just scratches the surface, And we have morons who want to vote like it's a HS popularity contest

    In someways she cannot run on billyblojob She didn't like ask don't tell, the law which hobby lobby won on, the welfare reform act. but I guess she could be proud of his giving china our missile technology, why? Coz the chinese would only use it for domestic reasons, never military,lol

    please this country couldn't take another totally clueless president, but with clueless people like you it is possible

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    you will vote for her why?

    Because she and her husband are really really poor and need the money.

    --

    Think for yourself, question authority.

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    I think Hillary is a likely winner in 2016.  Sorry, but at least 51% of the population have bought into the big government solution! and the opportunity to let a women run it? Well, that's just too tempting for so many uninformed voters.

     
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    I think Hillary is a likely winner in 2016.  Sorry, but at least 51% of the population have bought into the big government solution! and the opportunity to let a women run it? Well, that's just too tempting for so many uninformed voters.



                         Another reason I am changing my status to Independent. It's so tiring to see Democrats claim they are so intelligent and that Republicans are "red-state-rednecks".  We have a president now that is advertising permission to come to America in Third-World countries.  These people are uneducated, have no skills, and are a burden on society. President Obama is doing this to create millions more Democrat voters.

                        How can Democrats be smarter when they are admitting that large percentages of their voting block(s) are known uneducated, no skill, and and no ambition?

                        Sadly, you may be correct.  51% by 2016 may grow to 53-54% due to my taxes paying for their freebies.

     
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                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.

     
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                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     

     
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    In response to enuffisenuff's comment:

                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

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                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.



    It's cute that you think you're high-information, but you're arguing against yourself.  Only the minority can obstruct - by definition.  Obama and the Senate are not obstructing John Boehner any more than Obama the House and the Senate were obstructing the 40 Senators who filibustered every bill in 2009 - 2010.  

    And if you were actually high-information, you might know that it's normal for hundreds of bills to be awaiting Senate action because they sit in committee where any member can hold them up, or they are threatened by filibuster, or the Senate is working on a similar bill and wants to push it to force a joint resolution.  In fact, if you look at the last 40 years, the average number of bills stalled in the Senate is about 300.  But with one very notable exception - in 2009-2010, when the Dems had a majority in the House, a President in the White House, and on paper a super-majority in the Senate, there were more than 700 bills stalled in the Senate.  That, my friend, is obstruction.

     

     
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                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.



    It's cute that you think you're high-information, but you're arguing against yourself.  Only the minority can obstruct - by definition.  Obama and the Senate are not obstructing John Boehner any more than Obama the House and the Senate were obstructing the 40 Senators who filibustered every bill in 2009 - 2010.  

    And if you were actually high-information, you might know that it's normal for hundreds of bills to be awaiting Senate action because they sit in committee where any member can hold them up, or they are threatened by filibuster, or the Senate is working on a similar bill and wants to push it to force a joint resolution.  In fact, if you look at the last 40 years, the average number of bills stalled in the Senate is about 300.  But with one very notable exception - in 2009-2010, when the Dems had a majority in the House, a President in the White House, and on paper a super-majority in the Senate, there were more than 700 bills stalled in the Senate.  That, my friend, is obstruction.

     



                         Cute?  200 approved bills by the House that Reid will not bring to the floor of the Senate?

                         Thank you for proving the "Democrats are really dumb and uninformed" point.

                         BTW, Congress passed over 100 bills this year.  So when Comedy Central tells you it's all the "obstructionist Republicans", you will know the truth.

     

     
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                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.



    It's cute that you think you're high-information, but you're arguing against yourself.  Only the minority can obstruct - by definition.  Obama and the Senate are not obstructing John Boehner any more than Obama the House and the Senate were obstructing the 40 Senators who filibustered every bill in 2009 - 2010.  

    And if you were actually high-information, you might know that it's normal for hundreds of bills to be awaiting Senate action because they sit in committee where any member can hold them up, or they are threatened by filibuster, or the Senate is working on a similar bill and wants to push it to force a joint resolution.  In fact, if you look at the last 40 years, the average number of bills stalled in the Senate is about 300.  But with one very notable exception - in 2009-2010, when the Dems had a majority in the House, a President in the White House, and on paper a super-majority in the Senate, there were more than 700 bills stalled in the Senate.  That, my friend, is obstruction.

     



                                You also avoided your thoughts on the topic.  What about Corzine and Hillary Clinton?

     
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                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.



    It's cute that you think you're high-information, but you're arguing against yourself.  Only the minority can obstruct - by definition.  Obama and the Senate are not obstructing John Boehner any more than Obama the House and the Senate were obstructing the 40 Senators who filibustered every bill in 2009 - 2010.  

    And if you were actually high-information, you might know that it's normal for hundreds of bills to be awaiting Senate action because they sit in committee where any member can hold them up, or they are threatened by filibuster, or the Senate is working on a similar bill and wants to push it to force a joint resolution.  In fact, if you look at the last 40 years, the average number of bills stalled in the Senate is about 300.  But with one very notable exception - in 2009-2010, when the Dems had a majority in the House, a President in the White House, and on paper a super-majority in the Senate, there were more than 700 bills stalled in the Senate.  That, my friend, is obstruction.

     




    Typical head in the sand liberal

    The house sends over bills and Reid pocket vetoes everyone to avoid votes for red state Dems

    no bills are allowed to even be amended. many of the house bills are bi partisan, they go to regular committees. 

    Reid also does it to protect ohole having to do anything

    ohole also makes nice in private, then goes  out and ravages repubs the next day. his disingenuous , I will listen to any one with a good idea is patently bogus. it is always his road or the highway. 

    O does not have the temperament to be president, even Chris Mathews said that, o doesn't even met with dem reps or senators

    reagan and Clinton both worked with the other side

    There is no working with him

    oholes view of the 3branches of gov? Me, myself and I

     
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    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    In response to seawolfxs' comment:

    In response to slomag's comment:

    In response to enuffisenuff's comment:

    In response to ronreganfan's comment:

    In response to miscricket's comment:

    In response to enuffisenuff's comment:

                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.



    It's cute that you think you're high-information, but you're arguing against yourself.  Only the minority can obstruct - by definition.  Obama and the Senate are not obstructing John Boehner any more than Obama the House and the Senate were obstructing the 40 Senators who filibustered every bill in 2009 - 2010.  

    And if you were actually high-information, you might know that it's normal for hundreds of bills to be awaiting Senate action because they sit in committee where any member can hold them up, or they are threatened by filibuster, or the Senate is working on a similar bill and wants to push it to force a joint resolution.  In fact, if you look at the last 40 years, the average number of bills stalled in the Senate is about 300.  But with one very notable exception - in 2009-2010, when the Dems had a majority in the House, a President in the White House, and on paper a super-majority in the Senate, there were more than 700 bills stalled in the Senate.  That, my friend, is obstruction.

     




    Typical head in the sand liberal

    The house sends over bills and Reid pocket vetoes everyone to avoid votes for red state Dems

    no bills are allowed to even be amended. many of the house bills are bi partisan, they go to regular committees. 

    Reid also does it to protect ohole having to do anything

    ohole also makes nice in private, then goes  out and ravages repubs the next day. his disingenuous , I will listen to any one with a good idea is patently bogus. it is always his road or the highway. 

    O does not have the temperament to be president, even Chris Mathews said that, o doesn't even met with dem reps or senators

    reagan and Clinton both worked with the other side

    There is no working with him

    oholes view of the 3branches of gov? Me, myself and I



    Here's a video of Republicans blocking their own amendments... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz5AmhI9g7o" rel="nofollow">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz5AmhI9g7o

    'nuff said

     

     
  19. You have chosen to ignore posts from ronreganfan. Show ronreganfan's posts

    Re: Jon Corzine starting the process of joining Team Hillary Clinton

    In response to enuffisenuff's comment:

    In response to ronreganfan's comment:

    In response to miscricket's comment:

    In response to enuffisenuff's comment:

                        As a young Democrat I could never vote for Hillary Clinton for the simple fact that she is dumb. What kind of a woman lives with a life-long sexual predator and doesn't know about it?  She might as well be Mrs. Sandusky.  She enabled her husband's behavior year after year, with multiple women, and then was first to lie and defend him. 

                        In my opinion that alone disqualifies her. It will not help that 8 years of the Obama nightmare will possibly have the country solidly against all Democrats. More and more of my peer group, the under age 35 people, are changing their political affiliation. 

                        We are fed up with living with our parents and having no career prospects. This coming November you will see the younger set voting Republican or simply voting against every incumbent. 

                        By 2016, I do not think Hillary Clinton stands a chance.

     




    I've heard a lot of people talk about how this year they are planning on voting anti-incumbent. Hubbie and I were talking about this last night over dinner. I don't like to use a blanket voting style..I like to base my vote on a case by case basis. However, he brought up some valid reasons why he is just going to vote against every incumbent on a state and national level. I can certainly understand his frustration with Congress this time around.



    Congress dissatisfaction is just another manufactured crisis of the leftist media.

     



                             And it proves how dumb people really are.  Democrats have the White House and all President Obama's hand-picked cabinet.  They also have the Senate, the Upper House.  Republicans have a slight majority in the House of Representatives, the Lower House.  Yet, if you listen to and believe the media, you would think it is all the Republicans "blocking" and "obstructing".

                            The truth is, the Democrats had all 3 for Obama's first 2 years and did nothing. Now with 2 out of the 3, they still cannot get anything done.  The Republican

    House has sent over 200 approved bills to the Senate and Reid has not allowed them to the floor for a vote.

                            I agree with your statement. Unfortunately, dumb people believe what they see on Colbert and Stewart  and did not pay attention during high School Civics.

                            I am finding my group of friends becoming more and more informed and less and less in man-crush-love with the guy they voted for twice.



    No one knows that because the press won't report it.

     
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