Presidential Poll (May 2015): Hillary Beats All GOP Hopefuls

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    May 29, 2015 4:49 PM GMT
    Quinnipiac University Poll: In a general election matchup, Clinton gets 46 percent of American voters to 42 percent for Paul and 45 percent of voters to 41 percent for Rubio. She leads other top Republicans:

    46 - 37 percent over Christie;
    47 - 40 percent over Huckabee;
    47 - 37 percent over Bush;
    46 - 38 percent over Walker;
    48 - 37 percent over Cruz;
    50 - 32 percent over Trump.
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    May 29, 2015 5:22 PM GMT
    46 - 42 percent over Paul;
    45 - 41 percent over Rubio.
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    May 29, 2015 6:31 PM GMT
    duh; which one would you vote foricon_rolleyes.gif
  • KissTheSky

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    May 29, 2015 9:46 PM GMT
    Does the relentless gay bashing from the Republican candidates really get them anywhere? They're all still losing badly.

    Maybe it's time for at least ONE Republican candidate to step forward and say NO to the bigotry?

    Since they're already losing... would it be worth a try?

  • Patrocles

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    May 29, 2015 10:13 PM GMT
    KissTheSky saidDoes the relentless gay bashing from the Republican candidates really get them anywhere? They're all still losing badly.

    Maybe it's time for at least ONE Republican candidate to step forward and say NO to the bigotry?

    Since they're already losing... would it be worth a try?



    Anything would be worth a try as long as she is not allowed to be our next president. Does not America have anything better than the Bushes and Clintons? Why do we have to all the time choose lesser of two evils? Does anyone in sound mind trusts Hilary to do what's good for America vs. what's good for herself and her clan?
  • madsexy

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    May 29, 2015 10:42 PM GMT
    Patrocles said
    KissTheSky saidDoes the relentless gay bashing from the Republican candidates really get them anywhere? They're all still losing badly.

    Maybe it's time for at least ONE Republican candidate to step forward and say NO to the bigotry?

    Since they're already losing... would it be worth a try?



    Anything would be worth a try as long as she is not allowed to be our next president. Does not America have anything better than the Bushes and Clintons? Why do we have to all the time choose lesser of two evils? Does anyone in sound mind trusts Hilary to do what's good for America vs. what's good for herself and her clan?

    Amen brothers! There has to be a GOOD choice other than her. And WHEN will someone on the right with some integrity step forward and say that PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE and get the fuck over the anti-gay campaign. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • TheBaise

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    May 29, 2015 10:58 PM GMT
    Ok. My old man is a democrat, but doesn't want HRC. So I asked him in a letter (we can't talk without fighting) to tell me who he wants as our next POTUS. His answer:


    "You have a megalomaniacial woman who has been an ignominious failure as SOS and a sexual predator husband who allegedly raped Juanita Broderick and this is the best the Democrats can come up with?

    When you look at Whitewater, Travelgate, the commodity futures scandal, using the Lincoln Bedroom as a fundraiser, the e-mail scandal, the blatant lies about Bengazi, and its subsequent cover up what accomplishments can you attribute to Ms. Clinton? Well she and her husband did manage to steal furniture that was donated to the White House when they moved to Chappaqua and then were forced to give it back.

    Even the New York Times excoriated the Clintons in a January 2001 editorial for their brazen theft of public property and even said "good bye and good riddance" upon their White House departure. Then 14 years later have amnesia regarding their well justified criticisms of the Clintons.

    Hillary's reply to her own greed would be "What difference does it make". The Clintons embrace the 7 deadly sins. The live them. They are woven into their fabric. Their marriage is the epitome of a Faustian pact. And the damage she could inflict upon our country would make the WWII fire-bombing of Dresden seem like a Sunday school picnic.

    Martin O'Malley, Jim Webb, or Elizabeth Warren would be much better presidents. The Clintons are morally bankrupt, do not care one whit about America and are only about themselves. We should show these narcissists the door by voting for any Democrat except them. They are not worthy of our trust or our vote".



    So / my dad gets pissed about the Clintons. But where are we going to find someone else? Barak can't run again. Or maybe he can / if we undo the law that prevents him from serving again! That way, he would have a chance to finish all the cool things he's thought of and started. I mean / Roosevelt served more than twice / how about letting Barak do the same?
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    May 29, 2015 11:06 PM GMT
    TheBaise saidOk. My old man is a democrat, but doesn't want HRC. So I asked him in a letter (we can't talk without fighting) to tell me who he wants as our next POTUS.


    So, you are not on speaking terms with your father, yet you happily discuss with him the finer points of presidential politics - by letter. Even by your standards of bullshit, this is a gem.
  • TheBaise

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    May 29, 2015 11:17 PM GMT
    Whoa, that's cold! Jeez, what's with you, ExMillie? Bitter: Table for one!
  • KissTheSky

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    May 30, 2015 12:51 AM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    TheBaise saidOk. My old man is a democrat, but doesn't want HRC. So I asked him in a letter (we can't talk without fighting) to tell me who he wants as our next POTUS.


    So, you are not on speaking terms with your father, yet you happily discuss with him the finer points of presidential politics - by letter. Even by your standards of bullshit, this is a gem.



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  • bobbobbob

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    May 30, 2015 1:07 AM GMT
    woodsmen saidQuinnipiac University Poll: In a general election matchup, Clinton gets 46 percent of American voters to 42 percent for Paul and 45 percent of voters to 41 percent for Rubio. She leads other top Republicans:

    46 - 37 percent over Christie;
    47 - 40 percent over Huckabee;
    47 - 37 percent over Bush;
    46 - 38 percent over Walker;
    48 - 37 percent over Cruz;
    50 - 32 percent over Trump.


    ☝☝☝☝
    That's so hilarious I'd be ashamed to post it... but keep on wishing...

    Averaging it out on keyboard .... to 47% for Hillary
    What that really shows is that Hillary is getting all the Democratic votes in the US that amount to....
    31% of the population votes Democratic plus
    16% of Independents (out of possible 42%)
    47% for Hillary ....

    That's three points short of a win and the competition hasn't even started.
    And she's only getting 38% of Independents... << that should scare you.
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    May 30, 2015 1:17 AM GMT
    with the GOP in league with Satan there is no logical choice to vote for a republican president. The GOP presidential candidates are really creepy from the dark side.

    The senate all messed up too and the government is in gridlock. So the next democratic president will not accomplish a lot.

    Why would we think anyone good would want the office.
  • bobbobbob

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    May 30, 2015 1:26 AM GMT
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    I'm still waiting for you to explain how rising sea levels will cause the failures of wells 200 to 5000 feet deep.
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    May 30, 2015 3:26 AM GMT
    It boggles my mind that anyone could vote for Hillary. She has never led anything, unless you count her Sec of State position in which the USA went down vs Russia, Iraq, Benghazi....

    She was only elected as a Senator because NY is a heavily Dem state and because of her husband. Besides being married to Pres Clinton, she has no accomplishments of her own. Even when she was a Sen, she didn't do anything of note. She has a horrible personality and as a elitist of the highest order. For the gay community, she was against gay marriage and her husband had many policies against gay marriage, etc...she has only changed her opinion to go with the flow of what courts are saying. Her true position has always been against same sex marriage.

    Yet, Dems consider her to be their best option? She's one of the worst candidates yet, based on experience, as anyone since Obama.
  • wellwell

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    May 30, 2015 4:29 AM GMT
    OMG, it's that Dick-In-A-Dress convo again. Wouldn't you rather see that
    lying-opportunist wench (and her prune-face) locked up in a federal prison?
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    May 30, 2015 7:54 AM GMT
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    woodsmen saidQuinnipiac University Poll: In a general election matchup, Clinton gets 46 percent of American voters to 42 percent for Paul and 45 percent of voters to 41 percent for Rubio. She leads other top Republicans:

    46 - 37 percent over Christie;
    47 - 40 percent over Huckabee;
    47 - 37 percent over Bush;
    46 - 38 percent over Walker;
    48 - 37 percent over Cruz;
    50 - 32 percent over Trump.


    ☝☝☝☝
    That's so hilarious I'd be ashamed to post it... but keep on wishing...

    Averaging it out on keyboard .... to 47% for Hillary
    What that really shows is that Hillary is getting all the Democratic votes in the US that amount to....
    31% of the population votes Democratic plus
    16% of Independents (out of possible 42%)
    47% for Hillary ....

    That's three points short of a win and the competition hasn't even started.
    And she's only getting 38% of Independents... << that should scare you.


    Popular vote percentages in some recent(ish) elections:

    2000
    Bush - 47.9%
    Gore - 48.4%
    Nader - 2.7%

    1996
    Clinton - 49.2%
    Dole - 40.7%
    Perot - 8.4%

    1992
    Clinton - 43.0%
    Bush - 37.4%
    Perot - 18.9%

    All Hillary needs is for Perot to run again. And the Republicans can hope that Nader will run again.

    Really, all she needs is for a lot of people to sit it out. And right now that scenario seems quite possible. She wouldn't need 50 percent of eligible voters to vote for her. She wouldn't even necessarily need 50 percent of the people who vote to vote for her. Hey, she wouldn't even necessarily need to get more votes than the Republican candidate, as 2000 showed us all too well.

    Really, with more than 17 months to go, who knows what the hell is going to happen? Unlikely though it seems, perhaps the Democrats will come up with someone better than Hillary, and the Republicans . . . well, I don't think it's possible for anyone to get the nomination whom I wouldn't find repugnant, but I suppose anything is possible.
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    May 30, 2015 1:18 PM GMT
    Honestly I think the next president is going to be a Republican. The dems are very weak. Hillary has good name recognition, but she is old and beset by controversy.

    Not that it matters what party the next president is from. They have both screwed the country up so much that it's almost too late to do anything about it.

    I think the only candidate who would actually make a difference is Rand Paul.
  • roadbikeRob

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    May 30, 2015 1:25 PM GMT
    Patrocles said
    KissTheSky saidDoes the relentless gay bashing from the Republican candidates really get them anywhere? They're all still losing badly.

    Maybe it's time for at least ONE Republican candidate to step forward and say NO to the bigotry?

    Since they're already losing... would it be worth a try?



    Anything would be worth a try as long as she is not allowed to be our next president. Does not America have anything better than the Bushes and Clintons? Why do we have to all the time choose lesser of two evils? Does anyone in sound mind trusts Hilary to do what's good for America vs. what's good for herself and her clan?
    I agree 100%. That bumbling bitch doesn't give a shit about what's good for our country. She is only interested in her own self aggrandizement. I blame the Democratic Party for this current situation because they are literally handing the nomination to her on a silver platter. All other presidential candidates had to earn it. Let's hope that the mainstream factions of the democratic blue wise up and outvote the billary supporters and select either Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, or Martin O'Malley as the democratic nominee.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    May 30, 2015 2:37 PM GMT
    I just think it's way to early to be giving polls any kind of relevancy at all. So much is going to happen in the next year and a half. It's ridiculous that the GOP has something like 20 potential candidates in the mix, and they'll probably tear each other apart so whomever eventually emerges as the nominee is so wounded he can't win. Not sure what I think about Hilary as POTUS. Trying to keep an open mind and see how she holds up as the campaign evolves.
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    May 30, 2015 2:49 PM GMT
    Patrocles said

    Anything would be worth a try as long as she is not allowed to be our next president. Does not America have anything better than the Bushes and Clintons? Why do we have to all the time choose lesser of two evils? Does anyone in sound mind trusts Hilary to do what's good for America vs. what's good for herself and her clan?


    At this point the question is, will someone do what's best for themselves and what's good for the country, or just what's best for themselves.

    Seems to me Hillary is more likely to be the former, and the entire GOP field is more likely to be the latter.

    It also seems to me that Bernie Sanders offers someone who believes that what's best for the country is what's best for him.
  • Patrocles

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    May 30, 2015 7:18 PM GMT
    Physiqueflex said
    Patrocles said

    Anything would be worth a try as long as she is not allowed to be our next president. Does not America have anything better than the Bushes and Clintons? Why do we have to all the time choose lesser of two evils? Does anyone in sound mind trusts Hilary to do what's good for America vs. what's good for herself and her clan?


    At this point the question is, will someone do what's best for themselves and what's good for the country, or just what's best for themselves.

    Seems to me Hillary is more likely to be the former, and the entire GOP field is more likely to be the latter.

    It also seems to me that Bernie Sanders offers someone who believes that what's best for the country is what's best for him.


    My point exactly: you too fall into the trap of choosing lesser of two evils... sad...
    And no, I would not bet on Hilary doing / wanting both..
    'nuff said
  • dreamcock

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    May 30, 2015 8:35 PM GMT
    madsexy said
    Patrocles said
    KissTheSky saidDoes the relentless gay bashing from the Republican candidates really get them anywhere? They're all still losing badly.

    Maybe it's time for at least ONE Republican candidate to step forward and say NO to the bigotry?

    Since they're already losing... would it be worth a try?



    Anything would be worth a try as long as she is not allowed to be our next president. Does not America have anything better than the Bushes and Clintons? Why do we have to all the time choose lesser of two evils? Does anyone in sound mind trusts Hilary to do what's good for America vs. what's good for herself and her clan?

    Amen brothers! There has to be a GOOD choice other than her. And WHEN will someone on the right with some integrity step forward and say that PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE and get the fuck over the anti-gay campaign. icon_rolleyes.gif
    I agree whole heartedly Hillary is a crook with one intention and thats padding her already fat pocketbook the lying cunt!
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    May 31, 2015 3:32 PM GMT
    woodsmen saidQuinnipiac University Poll: In a general election matchup, Clinton gets 46 percent of American voters to 42 percent for Paul and 45 percent of voters to 41 percent for Rubio. She leads other top Republicans:

    46 - 37 percent over Christie;
    47 - 40 percent over Huckabee;
    47 - 37 percent over Bush;
    46 - 38 percent over Walker;
    48 - 37 percent over Cruz;
    50 - 32 percent over Trump.


    The only poll that matters is the one on election day. Polls have been notoriously wrong lately anyhow.

    Veteran pollster Allan Gregg, who currently serves as Principal at Earnscliffe Strategy Group, said the general questions around voter intentions don’t mean much, since most people make their final decisions in the waning days of the campaign.

    http://metronews.ca/news/canada/1050147/most-election-polls-unreliable-pollsters-say/
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    May 31, 2015 3:52 PM GMT
    desertmuscl said
    The only poll that matters is the one on election day. Polls have been notoriously wrong lately anyhow.


    True, but it is going to have to be a stellar GOP candidate who beats Clinton and no one is exactly shining through at the moment. Their only strategy at present seems to be to rubbish Clinton (courtesy of the Koch slush fund) and hope the dirt sticks. Neither the demographics nor changing social attitudes are going to give the GOP a helping hand either. They need to drop the hate-mongering and the negativity and start putting some fresh new ideas out there, otherwise they are sunk.
  • sportsjockla

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    May 31, 2015 5:29 PM GMT
    GOP are a bunch of Bigot Clowns! Wait until Americans who don't follow politics start hearing GOP morons speak! Taking away gay rights, voter rights, women's rights. Hillary will win in a landslide.