Rush Limbaugh: It's Over for Mrs. Clinton

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    Feb 03, 2016 1:23 AM GMT
    RUSH LIMBAUGH said...
    I have to tell you, whether she knows it or not, it's over for Hillary Clinton. I don't know if that means she doesn't get the nomination or if she does and doesn't win the general.

    This woman last night on her stage was just a sight to behold, parroting Bernie Sanders, calling herself the latest big, new "progressive," talking about the same things Bernie's talking about. Because last night in Iowa was the shock and the scare of her life. It's 2008 all over again.

    It's a comedy piece. Some guy stands there with Hillary stem-winder serious and telling everybody what she's gonna do. She's doing the Hillary screech, the voice that reminds you of your first two ex-wives. This guy's back there with these stickers on his face laughing and making faces, totally distracting everybody, and then if you notice Bill Clinton behind her. And that was... What's the word? I was gonna say "scary," but, no, it was shocking the way Bill Clinton looked last night.


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    Feb 03, 2016 1:37 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidNah. She's got the super delegates in her pocket. The only way she's out is if she's indicted.


    Well, she'll need her Brown Shirts in the other pocket....because lefties love a good convention protest. icon_lol.gif
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    Feb 03, 2016 1:45 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidNah. She's got the super delegates in her pocket. The only way she's out is if she's indicted.
    Well if the people don't vote for her in the upcoming primaries, than the DNC isn't going to have any choice but award the super delegates to the candidate that the voters want not to the candidate the corporate democrats want. This could cause deep dissention in the Democratic Party and could do some severe damage.
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    Feb 03, 2016 2:04 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    roadbikeRob said
    southbeach1500 saidNah. She's got the super delegates in her pocket. The only way she's out is if she's indicted.
    Well if the people don't vote for her in the upcoming primaries, than the DNC isn't going to have any choice but award the super delegates to the candidate that the voters want not to the candidate the corporate democrats want. This could cause deep dissention in the Democratic Party and could do some severe damage.


    She's going to lose NH, but win all the others.
    She not going to win all the other states. She will win many of the traditional blue states like New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Illinois, Minnesota, etc. but that crooked whore isn't going to win everything after New Hampshire because many American voters see through her and don't like her. You need to stop jumping to conclusions.
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    Feb 03, 2016 2:34 AM GMT
    Rush is right in that the Democrats are in a seriously downgraded position since 2008.

    Just consider...

    - Hillary has four years as failed Secretary of State.
    - Bill is noticeably weaker and feeble.
    - No George Bush record to kick around.
    - Hillary email scandal and possible impending indictments.
    - Obama Hope and Change is long gone.
    - Much stronger Republican field.

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    Feb 03, 2016 1:10 PM GMT
    S2Ki saidRush is right in that the Democrats are in a seriously downgraded position since 2008.

    Just consider...

    - Hillary has four years as failed Secretary of State.
    - Bill is noticeably weaker and feeble.
    - No George Bush record to kick around.
    - Hillary email scandal and possible impending indictments.
    - Obama Hope and Change is long gone.
    - Much stronger Republican field.

    But the republicans need to take full advantage of this potentially golden opportunity by becoming more inclusive of all Americans rather than just pandering to the narrow minded bible thumping screwballs. The republican field has another strength, youth. The GOP candidates are younger while the democratic side of the house looks like a home for the aged.