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(Huffington Post)   Marco Rubio: "I can beat Hilary Clinton." Oh wait, you're serious, let me laugh even harder   (m.huffpost.com) divider line 61
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2014-07-12 02:14:56 PM  
Marco, you can beat Hillary Clinton, but you'll have to get in line behind me.
 
2014-07-12 02:27:01 PM  

8 inches: Marco, you can beat Hillary Clinton, but you'll have to get in line behind me.


I'll bet Marco Rubio has never had 8 inches in front of him.
 
2014-07-12 02:32:54 PM  
I think there's a better than even chance he can't even win re-election in 2016.
 
2014-07-12 02:34:02 PM  
So now Rubio is the Tallahassee Slugger? I don't think that's going to help Republicans connect with women.
 
2014-07-12 02:35:21 PM  
In a fight or an election? either way Clinton in the first round.
 
2014-07-12 02:37:44 PM  
He can't even give a speech right and he thinks he can beat HC?  Is this ***** serious?
 
2014-07-12 02:37:51 PM  
Beating women? More GOP outreach.
 
2014-07-12 02:40:24 PM  
*scanning headline*

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

*pauses to wipe away lone tear*


BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
 
2014-07-12 02:40:32 PM  
He looks thirsty.
 
2014-07-12 02:41:50 PM  
Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in 2016.
 
2014-07-12 02:42:13 PM  
Go home, Marco.  You're drunk hydrated again.
 
2014-07-12 02:42:53 PM  
And even if Rubio doesn't beat Clinton, the Supreme Court has got his back.

Win.
 
2014-07-12 02:45:50 PM  
That's the dehydration talking, again.
 
2014-07-12 02:49:32 PM  
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2014-07-12 02:49:43 PM  
A pic with Rubio sporting a wifebeater would be priceless.
 
2014-07-12 02:51:22 PM  
www.wbez.org
 
2014-07-12 02:56:58 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in he can't even win the GOP nomination in 2016.

 
2014-07-12 02:57:14 PM  

PreMortem: A pic with Rubio sporting a wifebeater would be priceless.


static.guim.co.uk

I don't know if he's ever actually beaten his wife, but according to some reports he has called her mean names.
 
2014-07-12 03:02:43 PM  
i1214.photobucket.com
 
2014-07-12 03:04:23 PM  

dr_blasto: 8 inches: Marco, you can beat Hillary Clinton, but you'll have to get in line behind me.

I'll bet Marco Rubio has never had 8 inches in front of him.


Behind -- probably.
 
2014-07-12 03:09:35 PM  
Tomorrow's backpedal: "amongst registered republicans"
 
2014-07-12 03:14:27 PM  
"I would ask her the question I would ask her now: You were the secretary of state during the first four years of the Obama administration. Name one significant foreign policy achievement, now or after you left," he said.

Not starting a war with another country is pretty significant I think. The rest of the world does too.


"The reset with Russia has been a disaster,

How so?

 the Middle East is more unstable today than it's been in I don't know when -- and that's saying a lot --

And what role did Obama play in that?

our relationships in Latin America and democracy has deteriorated in Latin America,

It has?

 the Chinese are increasingly aggressive,

China is being China. What should the US be doing instead?

our partners around the world view us as less reliable," he said. "Where is the one thing they've done successfully?"

I don't know what specifically Clinton has done but you've done a fantastic job in reminding me why I want you and the rest of the GOP to stay the hell away from controlling foreign policy in this country.
 
2014-07-12 03:17:22 PM  
The only Republicans that have a shot in hell of beating Hillary Clinton in the general have no shot in hell of making it out of a Republican primary
 
2014-07-12 03:20:45 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Name one significant foreign policy achievement, now or after you left


Working with the non-corrupt, or corrupted in our favor, aspect of Pakistan to kill Osama Bin Laden
 
2014-07-12 03:28:15 PM  
In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.
 
2014-07-12 03:31:58 PM  

Mrtraveler01: "I would ask her the question I would ask her now: You were the secretary of state during the first four years of the Obama administration. Name one significant foreign policy achievement, now or after you left," he said.

Not starting a war with another country is pretty significant I think. The rest of the world does too.


"The reset with Russia has been a disaster,

How so?

 the Middle East is more unstable today than it's been in I don't know when -- and that's saying a lot --

And what role did Obama play in that?

our relationships in Latin America and democracy has deteriorated in Latin America,

It has?

 the Chinese are increasingly aggressive,

China is being China. What should the US be doing instead?

our partners around the world view us as less reliable," he said. "Where is the one thing they've done successfully?"

I don't know what specifically Clinton has done but you've done a fantastic job in reminding me why I want you and the rest of the GOP to stay the hell away from controlling foreign policy anything in this country.


FTFY.
 
2014-07-12 03:32:18 PM  

Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.


Please, please, please... whatever deity there might be out there that controls the GOP, please  please let Rick Perry run against Hillary Clinton.  I'll even re-activate my cable subscription to watch that.
 
2014-07-12 03:32:58 PM  

Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.


The fact that they'd seriously consider running Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush shows how stupid the GOP thinks Americans are and how much they hate them.
 
2014-07-12 03:48:23 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: dr_blasto: 8 inches: Marco, you can beat Hillary Clinton, but you'll have to get in line behind me.

I'll bet Marco Rubio has never had 8 inches in front of him.

Behind -- probably.


Well, we certainly know the Republicans' stance on that, now, don't we?
 
2014-07-12 03:56:17 PM  

dr_blasto: Well, we certainly know the Republicans' stance on that, now, don't we?


It's wide, isn't it? The answer is wide.
 
2014-07-12 04:04:44 PM  
Rubio and Perry are intellectual giants of the Republican party.  Thus the most harm the Republican party can do to the country is to hoist a Rubio/Perry campaign in 2016.
 
m00
2014-07-12 04:08:44 PM  

Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.


What's wrong with Rick Perry. He's smart, he wears glasses

blogs.desmoinesregister.com
 
2014-07-12 04:10:46 PM  
I will vote Democrat in the next election whoever it ends up being, but I won't vote for Hillary in the primary. Her main "accomplishments" are getting elected and getting appointed. She doesn't have a strong record of achievements to run on. It will be interesting to see what the field looks like.
 
2014-07-12 04:15:26 PM  

m00: Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.

What's wrong with Rick Perry. He's smart, he wears glasses

[blogs.desmoinesregister.com image 400x267]


www.tylershores.com
 
2014-07-12 04:15:47 PM  

Cargo: Mrtraveler01: "I would ask her the question I would ask her now: You were the secretary of state during the first four years of the Obama administration. Name one significant foreign policy achievement, now or after you left," he said.

Not starting a war with another country is pretty significant I think. The rest of the world does too.


"The reset with Russia has been a disaster,

How so?

 the Middle East is more unstable today than it's been in I don't know when -- and that's saying a lot --

And what role did Obama play in that?

our relationships in Latin America and democracy has deteriorated in Latin America,

It has?

 the Chinese are increasingly aggressive,

China is being China. What should the US be doing instead?

our partners around the world view us as less reliable," he said. "Where is the one thing they've done successfully?"

I don't know what specifically Clinton has done but you've done a fantastic job in reminding me why I want you and the rest of the GOP to stay the hell away from controlling foreign policy anything in this country.

FTFY.


You summed this up quite succinctly. Good for you.
 
m00
2014-07-12 04:27:05 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: m00: Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.

What's wrong with Rick Perry. He's smart, he wears glasses

[blogs.desmoinesregister.com image 400x267]

[www.tylershores.com image 720x540]


"That's an right triangle you idiot!"
 
2014-07-12 04:28:53 PM  

m00: Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.

What's wrong with Rick Perry. He's smart, he wears glasses

[blogs.desmoinesregister.com image 400x267]


Indeed. In fact, here are two of his bespectacled peers:


kimkardashian.celebuzz.com
us.cdn001.fansshare.com
 
m00
2014-07-12 04:31:59 PM  

Apos: m00: Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.

What's wrong with Rick Perry. He's smart, he wears glasses

[blogs.desmoinesregister.com image 400x267]

Indeed. In fact, here are two of his bespectacled peers:


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2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-07-12 04:33:02 PM  

Marco Rubio, I wouldn't trust you to beat off successfully, never mind beat Hillary Clinton. You're a deluded moron.

 
2014-07-12 05:24:24 PM  

Apocalyptic Inferno: I will vote Democrat in the next election whoever it ends up being, but I won't vote for Hillary in the primary. Her main "accomplishments" are getting elected and getting appointed. She doesn't have a strong record of achievements to run on. It will be interesting to see what the field looks like.


Hey now, she also married the arguably most popular president of the last 50 years. That is an accomplishment; hell, it got her elected senator of NY
 
2014-07-12 05:31:09 PM  

Apocalyptic Inferno: I will vote Democrat in the next election whoever it ends up being, but I won't vote for Hillary in the primary. Her main "accomplishments" are getting elected and getting appointed. She doesn't have a strong record of achievements to run on. It will be interesting to see what the field looks like.


I'll vote for the Democrat in 2016 whoever it ends up being as well, and I also won't vote for Hillary in the primary. It certainly won't be for any lack of political achievement, though. She's probably the most objectively qualified candidate to run for a long time, if you discount gubernatorial experience as a qualification*. It will be because I don't agree with her politics.

*I personally think being a governor is good experience, but the American people don't seem to give a damn about it. Most of the governors we've elected didn't really run on their gubernatorial qualifications, and most who touted their time as governors have lost.
 
2014-07-12 05:32:56 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in 2016.


Keep telling yourself that, bub.
 
2014-07-12 05:44:36 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in 2016.


My first reaction is to say, God I hope so. I don't want Hillary as our next president. If Hillary runs, she'll get the nomination, and almost certainly win. The problem is, though, if she doesn't run, the Democrats will nominate the blandest old codger they can find because they think he can get elected, and nobody will give enough of a damn to vote for him. It will be another Kerry or Gore. Maybe the best case scenario will be if Hillary runs, but drops out in the primary, That way, maybe the second-place Dem will be someone decent.

I still think Kerry's a boring piece of sh*t, but Gore made the same mistake that Dole did. If they had shown their true personalities instead of trying to emulate Tom Brokaw, they'd have gotten more votes. Of course, Howard Dean showed real spirit and personality, and ended up one lozenge away from the White House.
 
2014-07-12 05:53:09 PM  

TopoGigo: Bith Set Me Up: Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in 2016.

My first reaction is to say, God I hope so. I don't want Hillary as our next president. If Hillary runs, she'll get the nomination, and almost certainly win. The problem is, though, if she doesn't run, the Democrats will nominate the blandest old codger they can find because they think he can get elected, and nobody will give enough of a damn to vote for him. It will be another Kerry or Gore. Maybe the best case scenario will be if Hillary runs, but drops out in the primary, That way, maybe the second-place Dem will be someone decent.

I still think Kerry's a boring piece of sh*t, but Gore made the same mistake that Dole did. If they had shown their true personalities instead of trying to emulate Tom Brokaw, they'd have gotten more votes. Of course, Howard Dean showed real spirit and personality, and ended up one lozenge away from the White House.


You'll get Cuomo and you'll like it!

Not really, Hillary Clinton will probably get the nomination.
 
2014-07-12 06:03:37 PM  

llortcM_yllort: TopoGigo: Bith Set Me Up: Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in 2016.

My first reaction is to say, God I hope so. I don't want Hillary as our next president. If Hillary runs, she'll get the nomination, and almost certainly win. The problem is, though, if she doesn't run, the Democrats will nominate the blandest old codger they can find because they think he can get elected, and nobody will give enough of a damn to vote for him. It will be another Kerry or Gore. Maybe the best case scenario will be if Hillary runs, but drops out in the primary, That way, maybe the second-place Dem will be someone decent.

I still think Kerry's a boring piece of sh*t, but Gore made the same mistake that Dole did. If they had shown their true personalities instead of trying to emulate Tom Brokaw, they'd have gotten more votes. Of course, Howard Dean showed real spirit and personality, and ended up one lozenge away from the White House.

You'll get Cuomo and you'll like it!

Not really, Hillary Clinton will probably get the nomination.


Cuomo. Heh. I'll remember that next time I'm about to say "Any Democrat but Hillary."
 
2014-07-12 06:04:36 PM  

TopoGigo: Bith Set Me Up: Boy, won't his face be red after he discovers Hillary isn't running in 2016.

My first reaction is to say, God I hope so. I don't want Hillary as our next president. If Hillary runs, she'll get the nomination, and almost certainly win. The problem is, though, if she doesn't run, the Democrats will nominate the blandest old codger they can find because they think he can get elected, and nobody will give enough of a damn to vote for him. It will be another Kerry or Gore. Maybe the best case scenario will be if Hillary runs, but drops out in the primary, That way, maybe the second-place Dem will be someone decent.

I still think Kerry's a boring piece of sh*t, but Gore made the same mistake that Dole did. If they had shown their true personalities instead of trying to emulate Tom Brokaw, they'd have gotten more votes. Of course, Howard Dean showed real spirit and personality, and ended up one lozenge away from the White House.


I hope the Democrats run a lesser-known or unknown candidate in 2016. It would throw them completely off balance. It was one big reason Obama won back in 2008.

Think about all the candidates, both Republican and Democrat, who crashed and burned once they "got their turn" to run: Walter Mondale, Mike Dukakis, Bob Dole, John Kerry, John McCain, Mitt Romney. Republicans may be a mess, but the Democrats are setting themselves up for disaster by pinning all their hopes on Hillary.
 
2014-07-12 06:59:20 PM  
Watch out Rube!  Beating women is politically incorrect talk. Hillary..Come and get your love!

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-07-12 07:04:51 PM  

TopoGigo: Apocalyptic Inferno: I will vote Democrat in the next election whoever it ends up being, but I won't vote for Hillary in the primary. Her main "accomplishments" are getting elected and getting appointed. She doesn't have a strong record of achievements to run on. It will be interesting to see what the field looks like.

I'll vote for the Democrat in 2016 whoever it ends up being as well, and I also won't vote for Hillary in the primary. It certainly won't be for any lack of political achievement, though. She's probably the most objectively qualified candidate to run for a long time, if you discount gubernatorial experience as a qualification*. It will be because I don't agree with her politics.

*I personally think being a governor is good experience, but the American people don't seem to give a damn about it. Most of the governors we've elected didn't really run on their gubernatorial qualifications, and most who touted their time as governors have lost.


I think there are a lot of people objectively more qualified. John Kerry is still more qualified than she is. She just hasn't done much aside from filling her roles that impressed me.
 
2014-07-12 07:08:34 PM  

dr_blasto: 8 inches: Marco, you can beat Hillary Clinton, but you'll have to get in line behind me.

I'll bet Marco Rubio has never had 8 inches in front of him.


Heh
 
2014-07-12 07:12:55 PM  

m00: Jim_Callahan: In fairness, this is at least a better suggestion than the other GOP candidates put forward as potentials so far.

// I mean, some idiot's even suggested that Rick Perry run again.  That's how hard-up they are right now on political capital.

What's wrong with Rick Perry. He's smart, he wears glasses


Is ir me, or is he channeling Josh Brolin?
 
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