Hillary suggests Obama could do more to woo Republican's

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    Ptttthhhhhpppt. Hillary wants to "work with" Republicans about as much as you do, which is to say not at all. She's engaging in political posturing betting that Obama has alienated so many people that mildly criticizing him is a good bet.

     

     

     

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    Work with republicans on what?  Republicans can't even work with themselves to come up with an idea that may help the country. Name a single piece of legislation that the GOP House has put forth in the past 2 years that doesn't include overturning the ACA.  Half of them openly admit they are there to obstruct the federal government from doing anything.

     

     

    In the past 25 years, the GOP has been wrong on trickle-down economics, healthcare reform, regulations in general, gun control, marriage equality, voting rights, foreign policy, campaign financing, the minimum wage, and a host of other public policies.   And their views are only becoming more and more extreme and out of touch with the average voter. 

     

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    Thank God the Republicans are sometimes able to stop the horrifically failed statist schemes of the Party of Government... 
    One need only look to jurisdictions where the Democrats are able to fully implement their endless Government spending, economy destroying, race pandering  and dependency inducing programs..

     

    "Fourth of July weekend toll: 82 shot, 14 of them fatally, in Chicago" [glad gun control works so well!]

     

    "Detroit Water Park Opens with No Water"

     

     

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    Blame it on the party that controls one-half of one-third of government.  

    Whatever you do, don't blame it on either the completely democrat control in these cities, or their enablers in D.C. That control the vast majority of the elected offices, as well as near complete control of the regulatory agencies that "manage" these things.

     
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    Why are wingnuts so worried about Hilary?




    Go spend four years living with your mother-in-law and get back to us.


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    You're living with your mom-in-law? That's why you're afraid of Hilary?


    Ummm...okay...I guess that's a reason for you to go off the rails ....

     
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    Why are wingnuts so worried about Hilary?

     

     

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    Go spend four years living with your mother-in-law and get back to us.

     

     

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    You're living with your mom-in-law? That's why you're afraid of Hilary?

     

    Ummm...okay...I guess that's a reason for you to go off the rails ....

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    I'm, no. I was suggesting that you do so.  It might give you a fresh perspective on electing crazed hags to office.

     
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    Ptttthhhhhpppt. Hillary wants to "work with" Republicans about as much as you do, which is to say not at all. She's engaging in political posturing betting that Obama has alienated so many people that mildly criticizing him is a good bet.

     

     

     

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    Meanwhile you and the Republicans want to work with Democrats? Heh.

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    Elections have consequences.

     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from FortySixAndTwo. Show FortySixAndTwo's posts

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    Why are wingnuts so worried about Hilary?

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    What makes you think "wingnuts" are worried about "Hilary"

     
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    Ptttthhhhhpppt. Hillary wants to "work with" Republicans about as much as you do, which is to say not at all. She's engaging in political posturing betting that Obama has alienated so many people that mildly criticizing him is a good bet.

     

     

     

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    Meanwhile you and the Republicans want to work with Democrats? Heh.

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    Elections have consequences.

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    Except in the House where redistricting allows a party to lose by 3 million votes but still maintain the majority.

     

     
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    Ptttthhhhhpppt. Hillary wants to "work with" Republicans about as much as you do, which is to say not at all. She's engaging in political posturing betting that Obama has alienated so many people that mildly criticizing him is a good bet.

     

     

     

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    Meanwhile you and the Republicans want to work with Democrats? Heh.

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    Elections have consequences.

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    Except in the House where redistricting allows a party to lose by 3 million votes but still maintain the majority.

     

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    Was redistricting an illegal act?

     
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    Why are wingnuts so worried about Hilary?

     

     

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    Go spend four years living with your mother-in-law and get back to us.

     

     

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    You're living with your mom-in-law? That's why you're afraid of Hilary?

     

    Ummm...okay...I guess that's a reason for you to go off the rails ....

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    I'm, no. I was suggesting that you do so.  It might give you a fresh perspective on electing crazed hags to office.

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    And you know this because you live with your mother-in-law?

     
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    Ptttthhhhhpppt. Hillary wants to "work with" Republicans about as much as you do, which is to say not at all. She's engaging in political posturing betting that Obama has alienated so many people that mildly criticizing him is a good bet.


     


     


     


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    Meanwhile you and the Republicans want to work with Democrats? Heh.


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    Elections have consequences.


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    Except in the House where redistricting allows a party to lose by 3 million votes but still maintain the majority.


     


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    Was redistricting an illegal act?


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    Some were ...


    Missouri court throws out redistricting plans


    http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article300492/Missouri-court-throws-out-redistricting-plans.html


    Texas Redistricting Map Thrown Out by Federal Court for Minority Discrimination


    http://news.firedoglake.com/2012/08/28/texas-redistricting-map-thrown-out-by-federal-court-for-minority-discrimination/


    West Virginia’s congressional redistricting plan the first thrown out by courts this year -


    http://westvirginia.watchdog.org/3924/west-virginias-congressional-redistricting-plan-the-first-thrown-out-by-courts-this-year/#sthash.5pKT2giq.dpuf" rel="nofollow">http://westvirginia.watchdog.org/3924/west-virginias-congressional-redistricting-plan-the-first-thrown-out-by-courts-this-year/#sthash.5pKT2giq.dpuf

     
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    Ptttthhhhhpppt. Hillary wants to "work with" Republicans about as much as you do, which is to say not at all. She's engaging in political posturing betting that Obama has alienated so many people that mildly criticizing him is a good bet.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Meanwhile you and the Republicans want to work with Democrats? Heh.

     

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    Elections have consequences.

     

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    Except in the House where redistricting allows a party to lose by 3 million votes but still maintain the majority.

     

     

     

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    Was redistricting an illegal act?

     

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    Some were ...

     

    Missouri court throws out redistricting plans

     

    http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article300492/Missouri-court-throws-out-redistricting-plans.html" rel="nofollow">http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article300492/Missouri-court-throws-out-redistricting-plans.html

     

    Texas Redistricting Map Thrown Out by Federal Court for Minority Discrimination

     

    http://news.firedoglake.com/2012/08/28/texas-redistricting-map-thrown-out-by-federal-court-for-minority-discrimination/" rel="nofollow">http://news.firedoglake.com/2012/08/28/texas-redistricting-map-thrown-out-by-federal-court-for-minority-discrimination/

     

    West Virginia’s congressional redistricting plan the first thrown out by courts this year -

     

    http://westvirginia.watchdog.org/3924/west-virginias-congressional-redistricting-plan-the-first-thrown-out-by-courts-this-year/#sthash.5pKT2giq.dpuf" rel="nofollow">http://westvirginia.watchdog.org/3924/west-virginias-congressional-redistricting-plan-the-first-thrown-out-by-courts-this-year/#sthash.5pKT2giq.dpuf" rel="nofollow">http://westvirginia.watchdog.org/3924/west-virginias-congressional-redistricting-plan-the-first-thrown-out-by-courts-this-year/#sthash.5pKT2giq.dpuf

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    Ah...so those FEW were handled accordingly. Gotcha.

     
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    Neither party will try to stop redistricting. When each is in power, they do it. When each is out of power, they complain about it.

    It's dirty as all hell...but....       I see no end in sight.

    Really, it would be better if it could be randomized, but you're always going to have the problem of who writes the computer program to do the randomization, etc etc etc.

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    "When each is in power, they do it."

     

    Oh...see now...based on some peoples posts (not yours) it would seem ONLY the Repubs do it.....go figure

     
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    Well, it's increasingly obvious she's going to run.

    Not sure what her chances are. It'd be the same party in for a third (and possibly fourth) term, which is rare. Plus, Obama has disappointed quite a few of the people who voted for him, and that sort of thing can have effects across the party.

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    If Gore couldn't win after the utopia that Clinton created then it doesn't look good for Hillary. Especially to your point how rare it is for the same party to win after two terms of said party being in the WH. But, ya never know. 

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    I think it depends on what the campaign focuses on. Honestly, if I had to bet money, I would say regardless of who it is, that there will be another Democrat in the Oval office. Personally, I would like to see national politics move away from the 2 party system and embrace the third party candidates..but it's not likely to happen because..you know..money.

    The Republican party, as it stands today, has more popularity regionally than it does nationally. Of course, a lot could change between now and then.

     
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    Neither party will try to stop redistricting. When each is in power, they do it. When each is out of power, they complain about it.

    It's dirty as all hell...but....       I see no end in sight.

    Really, it would be better if it could be randomized, but you're always going to have the problem of who writes the computer program to do the randomization, etc etc etc.

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    "When each is in power, they do it."

     

    Oh...see now...based on some peoples posts (not yours) it would seem ONLY the Repubs do it.....go figure

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    Republicans might not be the only party to participate in gerrymandering, but let's face it - it's the only thing they've accomplished since 2010.  Making the country less representative, whether it's through finding new ways of injecting money into politics, suppressing voter turnout, or gerrymandering districts.   For all their talk of the constitution or the Tyranny of Obama, the only thing they've done recently is work to turn a Democracy into a Plutocracy.

     
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    Neither party will try to stop redistricting. When each is in power, they do it. When each is out of power, they complain about it.

    It's dirty as all hell...but....       I see no end in sight.

    Really, it would be better if it could be randomized, but you're always going to have the problem of who writes the computer program to do the randomization, etc etc etc.

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    It's fairly easy ... just omit 'party affiliation' from the conditions for which to account for, run it according to population with the outcome being districts with equal number of voters.

     
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    Re: Hillary suggests Obama could do more to woo Republican's

    Meanwhile , Hillary is doubling down on her "broke" comments...

    "Mrs. Clinton seemed tone deaf on Tuesday, taking a detour from her initial 'dead broke' claim and her subsequently softened claim that she was 'not truly well off.'


    'You recently described your financial situation during the presidency of your husband Bill Clinton as dead broke,' Der Spiegel's Marc Hujer and Holger Stark reminded her.

    'Well,' Clinton responded. when we came out of the White House, we were deeply in debt because of all the legal bills that we owed because of the relentless persecution of my husband and myself, and he had to work unbelievably hard to pay off every single penny of every debt we owed. And we did.'

    That 'persecution' was related to President Clinton's impeachment for lying under oath as an independent prosecutor probed his extramarital affair with a White House intern.


    But today, the interviewers said, 'you are multimillionaires. Your husband has earned $104 million with his speeches since 2001.'

    'We are very grateful for where we are today,' she responded. 'But if you were to go back and look at the amount of money that we owed, we couldn't even get a mortgage on a house by ourselves"

    Their pal Terry McAuliffe , who made millions from shadily cashing in stock from Global Crossing based on his inside information the stock would tank, lent Bill and Hillary millions to buy a mansion...

    The slick McAuliffe is now Governor of Virginia, hard as that is to believe...

     

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2684831/Hillary-Clinton-doubles-poverty-claim-says-relentless-persecution-Republicans-deeply-debt.html#ixzz36uFUVMYU
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    Re: Hillary suggests Obama could do more to woo Republican's

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    Obama stonewalled? Poor baby! By whom? By the ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. Republicans slaughtered Democrats in 2010 to take over the Congress because the American people WANTED IT THAT WAY.

    His negotiating style is suspect: my way or the highway. To which the response has been a resounding FU pal.

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    Please share with us the negotiating tactics of the a Congressional republicans.  Please share with us a bill passed by The house and then negotiated with Senate Dems?  

    You know what the TEA partiers call a republican that negotiates with repubs?  A RINO.  Negotiating means give and take, compromising, things repubs refuse to do.

     

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