Monday, February 02, 2015


Nobody is excited about Bush except Bush and Romney's donors. Meanwhile, Democrats are worried that there isn't anyone to debate Hillary.

Duh. Bush should run as a Democrat. It's more than win-win, it's win raised to the 320 millionth power.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dems would enjoy voting against a Bush.

7:10 AM, February 02, 2015  
Anonymous Denver Guy said...

Hillary Clinton has postponed announcing her run. Even NPR's commentator said it was a mistake, if she plans on running. And an impediment if she doesn't plan on running, since she is freezing the field while everyone waits.

personally, I think she will have a hard time against a younger Republican candidate - a Rubio or Walker, or even Rand Paul.

7:59 AM, February 02, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the baggage that Clinton carries though extensive, is less heavy than the baggage any of those guys have just from the rest of their party (and those 3 all have their own issues besides).

Once again, I think the 2016 election is dependent on the course or national, international and economic events that occur in the first 9 months of 2016 and probably mainly on irrelevant campaign gaffes. Clinton/westerner over Bush/ Walker 52-48. You hear it here first
Impeachment hearings begin in early 18

11:18 AM, February 02, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Luckily for Clinton, the voters kicked the Democrats out in 2010, allowing for enough gridlock that the economy actually had a chance to improve. It's still not great, but decent enough that Hillary can run without having to disavow Obama.

11:31 AM, February 02, 2015  

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