Hillary Clinton's Accomplishments vs. Republican-Confederate Candidates' Accomplishments

  • TroyAthlete

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    Jun 20, 2015 4:26 PM GMT
    Hillary brokered the Israel-Hamas ceasefire that prevented a 2nd Gaza War and saw peace during her tenure. She was responsible for making women's and gay rights official US international humanitarian policy. She created the State Dept initiatives to 1) include energy independence in the US national security portfolio and to 2) combat digital terrorism, recognizing Bush admin neglect. She presciently warned Republicans that cutting funds for embassy security would put diplomats at risk.

    As a private lawyer, Hillary chaired the American Bar Association group that instituted gender bias reforms in the profession. As First Lady of the US, she was the force behind worldwide women's rights efforts, expansion of poor children's health insurance, and adoption reform to give unwanted kids homes.

    As a Senator, she fought the Bush tax cuts for the rich. As First Lady of Arkansas, Hillary made it the first state to embrace early childhood education. She got Congress to triple the budget of Legal Services to aid the poor when she ran the program, successfully fighting Reagan's attempts to cut it. She ran a multimillion campaign organization in 2008 that got more popular votes than any campaign ever.

    That's just a short list. Let's see the conservaposse provide an equivalent list of accomplishments for Jeb!, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, Rand Paul, Donald Trump and the others in the Republican-Confederate Party clown show -- besides empty speeches, opposing gay rights, and grandstanding.

    *crickets*
  • TroyAthlete

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    Jun 21, 2015 3:41 PM GMT
    Marco Rubio's accomplishments:

    -He opposes the freedom and equality of gay couples who want to get married.
    -He failed miserably to pass immigration reform, then decided to flip-flop and throw Latinos under the bus.
    -He thinks abortion should not be safe, legal, and rare but that women should die in illegal, back-alley, coat-hanger abortions
    -He wants war with Iran and wants to continue the Cold War with Cuba








































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    Jun 21, 2015 4:46 PM GMT
    Scott Walker’s most impressive achievements include transforming Gov Doyle’s $3.6 billion deficit into a $911 million surplus. Walker did this without hiking taxes, as Doyle did. Instead, Walker cut levies by $2.2 billion. This helped stimulate Wisconsin’s economy, lower the unemployment rate on his watch from 7.7 percent to 5.5 percent, and increase per capita income from $38,755 to $43,149.

    No wonder the share of Wisconsin employers who believe the state is on the right track has soared from 9 percent to 95 percent.

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    Jun 21, 2015 7:42 PM GMT
    Now that Donald Trump has thrown his hat into the GOP three-ring circus, and has been received by the Repub party and the Fox pro-Repub propaganda channel as if he was a serious candidate for the presidency - it's impossible to take the Repubs seriously in any way.

    To all sane Americans - the modern day Repub party is a joke.
    And the funniest part is that the Repubs don't even realize that we're laughing at them and their idiotic antics and insanity.
  • KissTheSky

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    Jun 21, 2015 7:49 PM GMT
    You forgot to mention that Donald Trump declared bankruptcy four times.
    All while managing to maintain this FABULOUS hairstyle. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 21, 2015 8:32 PM GMT
    The_Polaris saidNow that Donald Trump has thrown his hat into the GOP three-ring circus, and has been received by the Repub party and the Fox pro-Repub propaganda channel as if he was a serious candidate for the presidency - it's impossible to take the Repubs seriously in any way.

    To all sane Americans - the modern day Repub party is a joke.
    And the funniest part is that the Repubs don't even realize that we're laughing at them and their idiotic antics and insanity.


    Al Sharpton ran as a Democrat for President in 2004. He calls us "Faggots" and "Homos" and is currently an advisor to Obama.

    Which of the Republican candidates has called us the same?

    Obama thinks being gay is a lifestyle choice as stated in his January 2015 Glozell interview.

    Here are some of hypocritical Hillary's accomplishments:

    Hillary supports the Sultan of Brunei who passed a law to execute gays by stoning. Hillary accepts money from Brunei and other Arab nations. Some of the countries sell young girls into slavery. Here's Hillary with the Sultan who had a dinner in her honor:
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    Hillary also supports and accepts money from Goldman Sachs
    who paid her an estimated $400,000 for 2 speeches.

    Here's Hillary with Lloyd Blankfein, left, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs:
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    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/2013/11/02/hillary_clinton039s_big_paydays_from_goldman_sachs_319105.html

    Here's Hillary supporting the handicapped by illegally parking in one of their spots:
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    Here's Hillary supporting Charlie Rangel who had to step down from Chairmanship of the House Ways and Means Committee due to multiple ethics violations:
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    Here's Hillary with Al Sharpton who likes to refer to us as "Faggots" and "Homos":
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    Hillary also accepted $58,000 in Jewelry from the Satan Of Brunei.

    http://freebeacon.com/politics/the-clintons-and-the-sultan-of-brunei-have-a-history/

    http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/051414-700917-the-clintons-cozy-ties-to-shariah-loving-sultan-troubling.htm

    Here's Hillary with her former campaign manager and now NYC Mayor DeBlasio's wife. DeBlasio converted his wife from an out and proud Lesbian to a Heterosexual:

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    Here's Hillary with convicted inside trader and Hungarian Billionaire George Soros who also funded the Ferguson, Mo protests:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/14/george-soros-funds-ferguson-protests-hopes-to-spur/?page=all

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    Which of the current Republican candidates have been personally supportive of gay conversion and the extermination of gays?


  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 21, 2015 8:47 PM GMT
    mx5guynj said
    The_Polaris saidNow that Donald Trump has thrown his hat into the GOP three-ring circus, and has been received by the Repub party and the Fox pro-Repub propaganda channel as if he was a serious candidate for the presidency - it's impossible to take the Repubs seriously in any way.

    To all sane Americans - the modern day Repub party is a joke.
    And the funniest part is that the Repubs don't even realize that we're laughing at them and their idiotic antics and insanity.


    Al Sharpton ran as a Democrat for President in 2004. He calls us "Faggots" and "Homos" and is currently an advisor to Obama.

    Which of the Republican candidates has called us the same?

    Obama thinks being gay is a lifestyle choice as stated in his January 2015 Glozell interview.

    Here are some of hypocritical Hillary's accomplishments:

    Hillary supports the Sultan of Brunei who passed a law to execute gays by stoning. Hillary accepts money from Brunei and other Arab nations. Some of the countries sell young girls into slavery. Here's Hillary with the Sultan who had a dinner in her honor:
    09-06-12-brunei-g-04.jpg

    Hillary also supports and accepts money from Goldman Sachs
    who paid her an estimated $400,000 for 2 speeches.

    Here's Hillary with Lloyd Blankfein, left, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs:
    AP644633657014.jpg
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/2013/11/02/hillary_clinton039s_big_paydays_from_goldman_sachs_319105.html

    Here's Hillary supporting the handicapped by illegally parking in one of their spots:
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    Here's Hillary supporting Charlie Rangel who had to step down from Chairmanship of the House Ways and Means Committee due to multiple ethics violations:
    ary_Clinton___Charles_Rangel__a_abcnews_

    Here's Hillary with Al Sharpton who likes to refer to us as "Faggots" and "Homos":
    Clinton-wth-Al-Shaprton1.png

    Hillary also accepted $58,000 in Jewelry from the Satan Of Brunei.

    http://freebeacon.com/politics/the-clintons-and-the-sultan-of-brunei-have-a-history/

    http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/051414-700917-the-clintons-cozy-ties-to-shariah-loving-sultan-troubling.htm

    Here's Hillary with her former campaign manager and now NYC Mayor DeBlasio's wife. DeBlasio converted his wife from an out and proud Lesbian to a Heterosexual:

    clinton-de-blasio-families.jpg

    usa-politics.jpg

    Here's Hillary with convicted inside trader and Hungarian Billionaire George Soros who also funded the Ferguson, Mo protests:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/14/george-soros-funds-ferguson-protests-hopes-to-spur/?page=all

    715064347f48c652bb6c58f64bfafa8d.jpg

    Which of the current Republican candidates have been personally supportive of gay conversion and the extermination of gays?


    None obviously. It is the hapless Hillary ho that indirectly supports discrimination and oppression of gay men by accepting campaign contributions from these fierce homophobic lunatics.

    As for the OP's blabbing about all her so called accomplishments, I never read such idiotic drivel and half truths. He refuses to accept the true fact that all her great accomplishments were a direct result of her riding on the coat tails of successful, effective politicians. Otherwise the hapless Hillary ho has zero leadership ability and is 100% unqualified for the U.S. Presidency. Yet he is a blind, brain dead sycophant to the hapless Hillary ho and the tax and spend democratic blue.
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    Jun 21, 2015 8:53 PM GMT
    Hillary's Family Foundation also accepted at least $100,000 from Trump. Trump also contributed to her previous senate campaign. Perhaps she should return the money. They're both hypocrites. At least he doesn't support the extermination of gays in other countries.

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/05/14/donald-trump-donated-at-least-100k-to-clinton-foundation/
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    Jun 21, 2015 9:27 PM GMT
    I love how Hillary gets under the skin of the Repubs.
    Having Hillary in the White House is the worst nightmare imaginable for the anti-gay Repub party and their nightmare is going to come true.

    Eight more years of Clinton peace and prosperity are going to bug the shit out of the Repubs - starting January 2017.

    Enjoy, Repubs!
  • NerdLifter

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    Jun 21, 2015 9:55 PM GMT
    Corporatist Hillary Clinton VS Corporatist Wannabe's GOP.

    How about Bernie Sanders instead?
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    NerdLifter saidCorporatist Hillary Clinton VS Corporatist Wannabe's GOP.

    How about Bernie Sanders instead?


    Bernie is 73 and according to Obamacare architect Ezekiel Emanual, people should plan to die by 75:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/features/archive/2014/09/why-i-hope-to-die-at-75/379329/

    I guess that's one reason why Obamacare originally appeared to be deficit neutral.
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    Jun 22, 2015 12:12 AM GMT
    The_Polaris saidI love how Hillary gets under the skin of the Repubs.
    Having Hillary in the White House is the worst nightmare imaginable for the anti-gay Repub party and their nightmare is going to come true.

    Eight more years of Clinton peace and prosperity are going to bug the shit out of the Repubs - starting January 2017.

    Enjoy, Repubs!


    I'm a registered Independent and that's a huge problem for Hillary. She can't get elected without us, especially in swing states:

    “But perhaps more troubling for [Clinton] than the continuing slide is how she is perceived by voters who continue to say she is not honest and trustworthy” he said.

    “But potentially more disturbing for her are low marks for caring about voter needs and problems. This is where Democrats almost always fare better than Republicans. Yet in this survey many Republican candidates do as well or better than does she,” Brown added.

    http://la.suntimes.com/national-world-news/7/72/1311288/poll-crucial-swing-states-dont-trust-hillary-clinton
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    NerdLifter saidCorporatist Hillary Clinton VS Corporatist Wannabe's GOP.

    How about Bernie Sanders instead?


    Good Luck with that. Bernie is an Independent Socialist. Even your own Liberals don't want him.

    Democrats May Keep Bernie Sanders Off New York Primary Ballot:
    http://gothamist.com/2015/06/18/bernie_sanders_new_york.php

    Just like when Liberals tossed Senator Joe Lieberman from CT under the bus.

    So much for Democracy, Democrats.
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    Jun 22, 2015 1:42 AM GMT
    desertmuscl saidScott Walker’s most impressive achievements include transforming Gov Doyle’s $3.6 billion deficit into a $911 million surplus. Walker did this without hiking taxes, as Doyle did. Instead, Walker cut levies by $2.2 billion. This helped stimulate Wisconsin’s economy, lower the unemployment rate on his watch from 7.7 percent to 5.5 percent, and increase per capita income from $38,755 to $43,149.

    No wonder the share of Wisconsin employers who believe the state is on the right track has soared from 9 percent to 95 percent.



    Not everyone agrees with your positive assessment. Let's start with Fox, who declares his record "mixed," and follow it with others who are also mixed and others who are quite negative.

    http://fox11online.com/news/political/wisconsin-economy-under-walker-gets-mixed-reviews

    http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2015/02/16/data-wonk-the-walker-economic-record/

    http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-02-24/scott-walker-s-lagging-indicators

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/wisconsins-economy-is-nowhere-near-the-head-of-the-class-b99469883z1-297884251.html

    In the one linked below, the writer on 1 one gives Walker negative marks, while the writer on page 2 gives him positive marks. Worth reading the comments beneath each.

    http://www.ibmadison.com/In-Business-Madison/June-2014/Is-Wisconsins-economy-in-better-shape-now-than-when-Gov-Walker-took-office/

    As for your claim that 95 percent of Wisconsinites believe the state is on the "right track," I wonder where you got it. The April 2015 article that you can read at https://law.marquette.edu/poll/ suggests something very different. I quote:

    "A new Marquette Law School Poll finds Gov. Scott Walker’s job approval rating has fallen to 41 percent, with 56 percent of registered voters in Wisconsin saying they disapprove of how he is handling his job as governor. In the previous poll, in October 2014, Walker’s approval among registered voters was 49 percent, with 47 percent disapproving. ...

    "... Fifty-three percent say that the state is now on the wrong track while 43 percent say the state is headed in the right direction. In October, 51 percent of registered voters said the state was headed in the right direction while 44 percent said it was on the wrong track."
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    mx5guynj said
    The_Polaris saidI love how Hillary gets under the skin of the Repubs.
    Having Hillary in the White House is the worst nightmare imaginable for the anti-gay Repub party and their nightmare is going to come true.

    Eight more years of Clinton peace and prosperity are going to bug the shit out of the Repubs - starting January 2017.

    Enjoy, Repubs!


    I'm a registered Independent and that's a huge problem for Hillary.



    I'm sure you are a huge problem for her.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 22, 2015 2:55 AM GMT
    The_Polaris saidI love how Hillary gets under the skin of the Repubs.
    Having Hillary in the White House is the worst nightmare imaginable for the anti-gay Repub party and their nightmare is going to come true.

    Eight more years of Clinton peace and prosperity are going to bug the shit out of the Repubs - starting January 2017.

    Enjoy, Repubs!
    Obviously you are living in a fantasyland. The last thing this country needs is to have the ethically challenged, scum of the earth Clintons back in the White House. Do yourself a good favor, find another democratic candidate to support and forget about the hapless Hillary ho. That power hungry whore is totally unfit for President.
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    roadbikeRob said
    The_Polaris saidI love how Hillary gets under the skin of the Repubs.
    Having Hillary in the White House is the worst nightmare imaginable for the anti-gay Repub party and their nightmare is going to come true.

    Eight more years of Clinton peace and prosperity are going to bug the shit out of the Repubs - starting January 2017.

    Enjoy, Repubs!
    Obviously you are living in a fantasyland. The last thing this country needs is to have the ethically challenged, scum of the earth Clintons back in the White House. Do yourself a good favor, find another democratic candidate to support and forget about the hapless Hillary ho. That power hungry whore is totally unfit for President.


    I'm not a fan of hers (although I prefer her to any of the currently running Republicans), but what's the point of describing her or anyone else who wants to be president as "power hungry"? Isn't it a given that someone who wants to be president is power-hungry? Do you think that anyone who wants to be president isn't power-hungry?
  • sinfakos

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    Jun 22, 2015 3:18 AM GMT
    NerdLifter saidCorporatist Hillary Clinton VS Corporatist Wannabe's GOP.

    How about Bernie Sanders instead?
    Finally someone here speaking some sense
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    June 19, 2015

    Friend,

    Let's get right to the point ...

    I am nearing a decision on whether to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States and the strong support I receive in the coming days will help me decide.

    That is why I am reaching out to key conservatives like you, Friend. Please let me know you support a run with a contribution of $10, $35, $50, $100, $250, or even $500 right now.

    We will need the strong support of like-minded conservatives from all across the country if we decide to run. If you think I should run -- and will support a run -- please let me know right now with a generous contribution today.

    Some early supporters have asked what the maximum contribution is and the answer is $2,700. If you can afford to give that much and believe strongly in our conservative vision, please visit here to solidify your status as one of my top supporters.

    No matter what amount you can spare, know I will be grateful for your support, as I will need all the help I can get as we face attack after attack from everyone from President Obama to the Big Government Labor Bosses who still wish to get revenge after we defeated them three times in four years.

    They will stop at nothing to silence my conservative voice and stop our conservative campaign before it even starts. Support me with a contribution of $10 or $100 or $1,000 or whatever amount is right for you today.

    It took guts to take on the Big Government Labor Bosses who were used to running the show in Wisconsin -- at the expense of our state's workers. Our historic collective bargaining and Freedom to Work reforms took power from the unions and put it back where it belonged: in the hands of hard-working taxpayers.

    What prompted us to take such big, bold action? Simply put, there was too much at stake for us not to take swift, decisive, game-changing action. It was time.

    Now it's time to see if our conservative vision should be taken beyond Wisconsin's borders, but I can't make that important decision without you by my side.

    There is a lot at stake for our country -- from a still sluggish economy at home to a weakened American standing in the world -- and our nation needs strong, proven leadership now more than ever.

    In Wisconsin, we instituted a big, bold, change agenda that turned the state around. We have lowered the tax burden, created jobs, and streamlined government. New businesses are opening their doors and people have more money in their wallets. Our Wisconsin success story is proof positive that courageous, conservative leadership works.

    The next few days are critical and I need to know right here, right now ...

    Are you with me?

    Scott Walker



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    desertmuscl saidJune 19, 2015

    Friend,

    Let's get right to the point ...

    I am nearing a decision on whether to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States and the strong support I receive in the coming days will help me decide.

    That is why I am reaching out to key conservatives like you, Friend. Please let me know you support a run with a contribution of $10, $35, $50, $100, $250, or even $500 right now.

    We will need the strong support of like-minded conservatives from all across the country if we decide to run. If you think I should run -- and will support a run -- please let me know right now with a generous contribution today.

    Some early supporters have asked what the maximum contribution is and the answer is $2,700. If you can afford to give that much and believe strongly in our conservative vision, please visit here to solidify your status as one of my top supporters.

    No matter what amount you can spare, know I will be grateful for your support, as I will need all the help I can get as we face attack after attack from everyone from President Obama to the Big Government Labor Bosses who still wish to get revenge after we defeated them three times in four years.

    They will stop at nothing to silence my conservative voice and stop our conservative campaign before it even starts. Support me with a contribution of $10 or $100 or $1,000 or whatever amount is right for you today.

    It took guts to take on the Big Government Labor Bosses who were used to running the show in Wisconsin -- at the expense of our state's workers. Our historic collective bargaining and Freedom to Work reforms took power from the unions and put it back where it belonged: in the hands of hard-working taxpayers.

    What prompted us to take such big, bold action? Simply put, there was too much at stake for us not to take swift, decisive, game-changing action. It was time.

    Now it's time to see if our conservative vision should be taken beyond Wisconsin's borders, but I can't make that important decision without you by my side.

    There is a lot at stake for our country -- from a still sluggish economy at home to a weakened American standing in the world -- and our nation needs strong, proven leadership now more than ever.

    In Wisconsin, we instituted a big, bold, change agenda that turned the state around. We have lowered the tax burden, created jobs, and streamlined government. New businesses are opening their doors and people have more money in their wallets. Our Wisconsin success story is proof positive that courageous, conservative leadership works.

    The next few days are critical and I need to know right here, right now ...

    Are you with me?

    Scott Walker





    Well, that certainly proves your earlier assertions. Nothing like provable details to back things up.

    Meanwhile . . . might there be other sides to the union story? Is it possible that even some conservatives and Republicans think that some his anti-union policies have been harmful? Seems so. One of many things discussed in the linked article.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/14/magazine/scott-walker-and-the-fate-of-the-union.html
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    Jun 22, 2015 7:20 AM GMT
    Nice try putting lipstick on the pig that is Scott Walker's record in Wisconsin.

    The latest data -which came out last week - show that the WI economy is struggling and doing well below the national average.
    Job growth in WI ranks a low 38th out of the 50 states.

    http://www.wkow.com/story/29343869/2015/06/17/wisconsin-ranked-38th-well-below-national-average-for-job-growth-in-2014

    And under Walker the WI economy is the second worst of all the Midwest states.

    Walker's lousy record and unpleasant personality make him one of the weaker candidates in the GOP clown car.
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    Jun 22, 2015 7:27 AM GMT
    The_Polaris saidNice try putting lipstick on the pig that is Scott Walker's record in Wisconsin.

    The latest data -which came out last week - show that the WI economy is struggling and doing well below the national average.
    Job growth in WI ranks a low 38th out of the 50 states.

    http://www.wkow.com/story/29343869/2015/06/17/wisconsin-ranked-38th-well-below-national-average-for-job-growth-in-2014

    And under Walker the WI economy is the second worst of all the Midwest states.

    Walker's lousy record and unpleasant personality make him one of the weaker candidates in the GOP clown car.


    "weaker candidates in the GOP"

    I also agree that Walker isn't ready yet. Who do you think is the strongest of the announced republican candidates?

    On the other side, I think Martin O'Malley.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 22, 2015 12:46 PM GMT
    I would love it if either George Pataki or Gov. Rick Snyder would win the GOP nomination. But all the narrow minded bible thumping screwballs would fiercely howl in protest because both these guys are too moderate and too accepting for their tastes.
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    roadbikeRob saidI would love it if either George Pataki or Gov. Rick Snyder would win the GOP nomination. But all the narrow minded bible thumping screwballs would fiercely howl in protest because both these guys are too moderate and too accepting for their tastes.


    I'm down to Bush or Pataki of the announced candidates. Snyder would be fine too, but I don't think he's going to do anything.
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    freedomisntfree said
    roadbikeRob saidI would love it if either George Pataki or Gov. Rick Snyder would win the GOP nomination. But all the narrow minded bible thumping screwballs would fiercely howl in protest because both these guys are too moderate and too accepting for their tastes.


    I'm down to Bush or Pataki of the announced candidates. Snyder would be fine too, but I don't think he's going to do anything.
    I have heard that Snyder is not running which is sad because we could use his fiscal tough love and common sense in Washington. However, he is doing an outstanding job as Governor of Michigan.icon_smile.gif