Survey: Are the Democrats likely to drop Obama from the ticket in 2012? Who is a likely replacement?

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    Nov 08, 2010 1:40 AM GMT
    http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22BFJ5RTNFS
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:01 AM GMT
    Nope.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:13 AM GMT
    Never going to happen.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:35 AM GMT
    Right now I would no; however, after the new House spends the next two years trying to impeach him they may put Hillary up in his place.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:36 AM GMT
    Only in the Repub party's dreams.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:40 AM GMT
    The Dems would be fools if they don't. I never liked Obama in the first place, though clearly preferably to McCain or any other Republican homophobe, in the hip pocket of big business.

    Hillary is who I supported in 2008, and who I would support again.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:41 AM GMT
    So far we have 2 votes for Hillary heading the ticket and one for Robert Byrd ... icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:42 AM GMT
    dustin_K_tx saidRight now I would no; however, after the new House spends the next two years trying to impeach him they may put Hillary up in his place.



    The next two years of Republican's spending time energy and taxpayer dollars on trying to impeach Obama (instead of doing "the people's business" as they promised to do) - will GUARANTEE that Obama gets reelected and the Repubs will lose at least half of the House seats they gained this year.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:49 AM GMT
    If Democrats don't drop Obama, then Republicans have a good chance of winning their pick for the president...unless they get stupid and put another Palin on the ballot.
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    Nov 08, 2010 2:54 AM GMT
    Hillary has already said she'll never run for president again, and she reconfirmed that just last Friday.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6A41N020101105

    This rumor is just a load of TOTAL BS being pushed by right-wingers.
    Look it up online and you'll see that the vast majority of folks posting and pushing this bogus BS are right-wingers.
    They're hoping they can bs/bully the Democrats into having a battle for the Dem nomination, knowing that a sitting president who's been seriously challenged for a second term bid has never been reelected.

    But, it's the fight for the Republican nomination that's going to be a bloody party-rending mess.

    A fight for the opportunity to lose to Obama.
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    Nov 08, 2010 3:02 AM GMT
    All this talk of how unpopular Obama supposedly is, is a bunch of bogus crap.

    Obama's poll numbers are in the mid to upper 40's, the same as Bill Clinton's were in 1994.
    And 8-10 points HIGHER than Ronald Reagan's were in 1982.

    Bush's poll numbers in 2004 were about the same as Obama's poll numbers are now - right before Bush got reelected.

    When it comes to being an extraordinarily unpopular president, that infamy goes to Bush Jr.
    His poll numbers were in the mid to upper 20'S for most of his last few years in office.
    Now THAT'S an unpopular president.

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    Nov 08, 2010 3:14 AM GMT
    rickrick91 saidHillary has already said she'll never run for president again, and she reconfirmed that just last Friday.

    Of course, she is going to say that now. It means nothing.
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    Nov 08, 2010 3:18 AM GMT
    Caslon16000 said
    rickrick91 saidHillary has already said she'll never run for president again, and she reconfirmed that just last Friday.

    Of course, she is going to say that now. It means nothing.

    Just like when Bill said he wouldn't run for President, when he was campaigning for another term as Arkansas Governor. Even as the apparatus for his Presidential run was being put into place behind the scenes. These denials are meaningless.
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    Nov 08, 2010 3:31 AM GMT
    rickrick91 saidBut, it's the fight for the Republican nomination that's going to be a bloody party-rending mess.
    A fight for the opportunity to lose to Obama.

    If I recall correctly you claimed with equal bravado several weeks ago that the House would stay in Democratic control. Your bravado only faded as the election time neared and the polls were too obvious. So the rhetorical question is at what point your bravado about Obama winning will start to fade.
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    Nov 08, 2010 4:16 AM GMT
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    rickrick91 saidBut, it's the fight for the Republican nomination that's going to be a bloody party-rending mess.
    A fight for the opportunity to lose to Obama.

    If I recall correctly you claimed with equal bravado several weeks ago that the House would stay in Democratic control. Your bravado only faded as the election time neared and the polls were too obvious. So the rhetorical question is at what point your bravado about Obama winning will start to fade.




    NOPE.
    You do NOT "recall correctly".
    In fact, you're full of shit.
    I NEVER said - or believed - anything of the kind.

    NOWHERE on any thread did I state anything of the kind.

    You really need to get your facts straight - about the this and the rest of the right-wing BS you believe - before you post shit.
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    Nov 08, 2010 4:47 AM GMT
    rickrick91 said
    socalfitness said
    rickrick91 saidBut, it's the fight for the Republican nomination that's going to be a bloody party-rending mess.
    A fight for the opportunity to lose to Obama.

    If I recall correctly you claimed with equal bravado several weeks ago that the House would stay in Democratic control. Your bravado only faded as the election time neared and the polls were too obvious. So the rhetorical question is at what point your bravado about Obama winning will start to fade.




    NOPE.
    You do NOT "recall correctly".
    In fact, you're full of shit.
    I NEVER said - or believed - anything of the kind.

    NOWHERE on any thread did I state anything of the kind.

    You really need to get your facts straight - about the this and the rest of the right-wing BS you believe - before you post shit.


    Rick - You've gotta put Socal on IGNORE as I did. All he does is parse words, throw out delusional accusations, and follow the younger conservative boys from thread to thread, yipping at their heels like a lonely dog.
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    Nov 08, 2010 5:00 AM GMT
    Christian73 said
    rickrick91 said
    socalfitness said
    rickrick91 saidBut, it's the fight for the Republican nomination that's going to be a bloody party-rending mess.
    A fight for the opportunity to lose to Obama.

    If I recall correctly you claimed with equal bravado several weeks ago that the House would stay in Democratic control. Your bravado only faded as the election time neared and the polls were too obvious. So the rhetorical question is at what point your bravado about Obama winning will start to fade.




    NOPE.
    You do NOT "recall correctly".
    In fact, you're full of shit.
    I NEVER said - or believed - anything of the kind.

    NOWHERE on any thread did I state anything of the kind.

    You really need to get your facts straight - about the this and the rest of the right-wing BS you believe - before you post shit.


    Rick - You've gotta put Socal on IGNORE as I did. All he does is parse words, throw out delusional accusations, and follow the younger conservative boys from thread to thread, yipping at their heels like a lonely dog.



    lol!
    You called it - spot on.
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    Nov 08, 2010 5:24 AM GMT
    rickrick91 said
    socalfitness said
    rickrick91 saidBut, it's the fight for the Republican nomination that's going to be a bloody party-rending mess.
    A fight for the opportunity to lose to Obama.

    If I recall correctly you claimed with equal bravado several weeks ago that the House would stay in Democratic control. Your bravado only faded as the election time neared and the polls were too obvious. So the rhetorical question is at what point your bravado about Obama winning will start to fade.




    NOPE.
    You do NOT "recall correctly".
    In fact, you're full of shit.
    I NEVER said - or believed - anything of the kind.

    NOWHERE on any thread did I state anything of the kind.

    You really need to get your facts straight - about the this and the rest of the right-wing BS you believe - before you post shit.

    RickRick - I do apologize. I did think it was you, but it must have been one of your cohorts instead. I did say "If I recall correctly", so perhaps that is a saving grace.

    As for the other comment by Christian, although you share an ideology with him, he is quite different and unique in that he habitually lies. Several of us caught him, and he will never acknowledge it or apologize. Most of us ignore him, whether by using the forum feature, or just not responding to him.
  • Webster666

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    Nov 08, 2010 6:07 AM GMT
    Of course he will run, and of course he will win.
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    Nov 08, 2010 6:14 AM GMT
    JAKEBENSON saidIf Democrats don't drop Obama, then Republicans have a good chance of winning their pick for the president...unless they get stupid and put another Palin on the ballot.





    And, they will.
    They're feeling pretty full of themselves since Tuesday's election.
    They don't seem to realize that they're loathed far more than are the Democrats.
    The odds are pretty good that the Republicans will nominate a lunatic Teabagger.
    Then, Obama will coast to victory.

    The crowd goes wild !!!
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    Nov 08, 2010 4:35 PM GMT
    Webster666 said
    JAKEBENSON saidIf Democrats don't drop Obama, then Republicans have a good chance of winning their pick for the president...unless they get stupid and put another Palin on the ballot.





    And, they will.
    They're feeling pretty full of themselves since Tuesday's election.
    They don't seem to realize that they're loathed far more than are the Democrats.
    The odds are pretty good that the Republicans will nominate a lunatic Teabagger.
    Then, Obama will coast to victory.

    The crowd goes wild !!!


    Yeah. There's no chance that they will have a credible candidate. The tea baggers will never allow a Mitt Romney (who the christian fundies hate anyway) or a moderate of any sort to be nominated.
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    Nov 08, 2010 9:13 PM GMT
    Webster666 said
    JAKEBENSON saidIf Democrats don't drop Obama, then Republicans have a good chance of winning their pick for the president...unless they get stupid and put another Palin on the ballot.





    And, they will.
    They're feeling pretty full of themselves since Tuesday's election.
    They don't seem to realize that they're loathed far more than are the Democrats.
    The odds are pretty good that the Republicans will nominate a lunatic Teabagger.
    Then, Obama will coast to victory.

    The crowd goes wild !!!




    There will be a fight between the lamestream Repubs and the Teabaggers.
    The lamestreamers will push for a snooze-inducing sure-loser like Romney, and the Teabaggers will push for a scary far-right sure-loser like Palin.

    It's a win-win situation for the Dems.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Nov 08, 2010 10:56 PM GMT
    It is still quite premature to determine whether or not the democrats keep Obama in 2012, who knows what will happen between now and 2012.
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    Nov 08, 2010 11:52 PM GMT
    Oh shit, look who just crawled out of his kitchen oven, the cranky, miserable old goat with the alias of jprichva.
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    Nov 08, 2010 11:56 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidIt is still quite premature to determine whether or not the democrats keep Obama in 2012, who knows what will happen between now and 2012.

    Au contraire! Preparation for running for president takes time. With Obama's failure, I am sure the campaign apparati are gearing up as we speak. Obama is screwed for the next 2 years. There will be governmental gridlock ...and more of the same if he were there for another 4 years. The future would look bleak for the Democraps to make any gains in Congress if they still had him heading up the ticket. The only way to re-energize the party and the base, and spark the electorate's interest is to dump Obama. He is a dead man walking. And it is justified. If he couldnt achieve the Dem's agenda with total control of the gov't, how the hell is going to do anything with the House against him and the Repugs. digging in their heels. And he has obviously learned nothing. He's right back at trying his bipartisan bullshit with people who wouldnt play when they had their backs to the wall. He's a fool. An out and out fool.