randomjsa: Only a Democrat could testify like she did on Benghazi and remain popular.
Stone Meadow: If you want to piss off a Santorum fan, ask them to name an accomplishment of his. Shuts them right up.
Supes: Honestly I think Rubio eeks out the 2016 GOP nomination
Huggermugger: Cheron: TuteTibiImperes: I like Christie, and I agree that if I were going to vote for a republican he seems like one of the best options (still like Jon Huntsman too).Of course, it won't really matter in the end. The next election is Hillary's in a landslide as long as she doesn't do something monumentally boneheaded. Hopefully putting Hillary in office would put Bill into an even more active position.neither stands a chance with hardcore Republicans that vote in primariesSince when do Teatards vote in Democratic primaries?
Citrate1007: a Latino female
EighthDay: Supes: Honestly I think Rubio eeks out the 2016 GOP nomination. He has the whole Latino thing working against him of course, but the GOP has been gung-ho about trying to salvage some segment of the Latino vote, and they perceive this as the best way. He'll have a tough time getting states in the deep south, but will do great elsewhere. Christie is just not crazy enough to win the primaries.As for the Democrat entry, despite all the speculation I'm not sure Hillary will even seek it. Blasphemy, I know, but I think 2008 took a lot out of her. She seems to prefer operating in a little smaller spotlight. Joe Biden WILL seek it out, but I don't think he'll win. After a hard-fought campaign, I think Mark Warner will emerge as the candidate, with a woman (Gillibrand? Klobuchar?) as his VP choice.Warner vs. Rubio in 2016 would be a fun battle.I had to look up Warner, because I honestly know nothing about the man.Checked out where he stands on actual policies, thinking he was just another conservative Democrat from VA...And ended up liking most of what I saw. He's still far too much of an authoritarian for me, but on economics and most social policy, I either don't disagree or only mildly disagree.Not bad, assuming the guy has the charisma and gravitas for the campaign (again, I know nothing about the man, so he may.)
TuteTibiImperes: I like Christie, and I agree that if I were going to vote for a republican he seems like one of the best options (still like Jon Huntsman too).Of course, it won't really matter in the end. The next election is Hillary's in a landslide as long as she doesn't do something monumentally boneheaded. Hopefully putting Hillary in office would put Bill into an even more active position.
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