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  • Hillary Clinton

    4 15.38%
  • Mark Warner

    0 0%
  • Andrew Cuomo

    0 0%
  • Elizabeth Warren

    1 3.85%
  • Kirsten Gillibrand

    1 3.85%
  • Nikki Haley

    0 0%
  • Paul Ryan

    2 7.69%
  • Marco Rubio

    7 26.92%
  • Chris Christie

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  • Other

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Thread: It's never to early to talk 2016

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    Wink It's never too early to talk 2016

    Poll coming
    Last edited by 21st Amendment; 11-07-2012 at 09:39 AM.

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    Voted "Other".

    My choice is "don't give a flying **** at a rolling donut".

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    The door is open for Christie.




























    better be a big door.

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    Republican ticket has to be Marco Rubio and Nikki Haley.

    Mia Love lost. Could have been a potential "Dems worst nightmare".

    If Reps do that and change their views on immigration I feel they will win the Hispanic vote.


    I think the black vote is a lost cause for Republicans. They will never crack 10% again.
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    Uh, it's pretty early. You're like Mel Kiper talking about the 2016 Draft halfway through the second round of this year's draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonhomme Richard View Post
    Uh, it's pretty early. You're like Mel Kiper talking about the 2016 Draft halfway through the second round of this year's draft.
    lol, I know.. but I love this stuff.

    I'm supporter of Kirsten Gillibrand btw, sorry Hillary

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    Rubio is an up and comer, though there are some inconsistencies in his background. Don't see much else on the R side. Christie's appearance is a major knockout. Nikki Haley is under fire here in SC and may not get re-elected. Paul Ryan - the last memeber of the House to get elected was 130+ years ago and he was a Civil War general. Plus Ryan's too far right.
    The whole Tea Party concept and extremism is a negative.

    On the D side? Hillary, although she'll be 69 and her appearance is a serious negative plus she's abrasive. Cuomo is also super abrasive.

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    Obviously way too early, but I would not be surprised if it's a woman.

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    Anybody but HER on the D side

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmetto defender View Post
    Rubio is an up and comer, though there are some inconsistencies in his background. Don't see much else on the R side. Christie's appearance is a major knockout. Nikki Haley is under fire here in SC and may not get re-elected. Paul Ryan - the last memeber of the House to get elected was 130+ years ago and he was a Civil War general. Plus Ryan's too far right.
    The whole Tea Party concept and extremism is a negative.

    On the D side? Hillary, although she'll be 69 and her appearance is a serious negative plus she's abrasive. Cuomo is also super abrasive.
    I honestly don't believe Christie's weight is major problem. Cuomo doesn't really impress me. Paul Ryan has the added benefit of being their party's VP nominee, unfortunately for him he was a horrible VP nominee who brought little to nothing to the table, including his home state. I think he'll regret joining the ticket. His aurora has dimmed. The Romney stink is all over him.
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    Joe Biden in '16!

    His teeth can be his running mate. If we're going down, lets be all in.

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    If Hillary stays on with Obama she has done herself in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MnJetFan View Post
    If Hillary stays on with Obama she has done herself in.
    I disagree with your premise, since I believe the economy is going to improve significantly the next 4 years (after the fiscal cliff is avoided) but she's said she's not staying on for a second term.
    Last edited by 21st Amendment; 11-07-2012 at 12:06 PM.

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    I will be your next President of the United States. Bank it.

    Remember that in your conversations with me over the next 4. I'll always have an eye out for future Cabinet members.

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    Paul Ryan for Republicans and I have no idea for the Democrats. Depends on whether Biden runs. I don't think it's a lock Hillary runs.

    Chris Christie has amazingly become the scapegoat for Fox News on why Obama won so while he'll win reelection in NJ he won't stand a chance in the primaries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21st Amendment View Post
    I disagree with your premise, since I believe the economy is going to improve significantly the next 4 years (after the fiscal cliff is avoided) but she's said she's not staying on for a second term.
    The economy is already in early stages of recovery. Deficit will be reduced steadily over next 4 years as Bush tax cuts are repealed to go along with spending cuts that were going to happen regardless of who won last night.

    We won't be at surplus like we were at the end of Clinton but the deficit will be down significantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Republican ticket has to be Marco Rubio and Nikki Haley.

    Mia Love lost. Could have been a potential "Dems worst nightmare".

    If Reps do that and change their views on immigration I feel they will win the Hispanic vote.


    I think the black vote is a lost cause for Republicans. They will never crack 10% again.
    Rubio might end up being Ryan's running mate but I think Karl Rove found dirt on him in the vetting process earlier this year otherwise he would have been Romney's running mate. Rubio as Romney's running mate their ticket easily wins Florida and New Mexico in addition to what he already had.

    Something is out there on Rubio and I think Rove knows if he ran a national campaign the Democrats would eventually dig it up somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetPotato View Post
    I will be your next President of the United States. Bank it.

    Remember that in your conversations with me over the next 4. I'll always have an eye out for future Cabinet members.
    you should go for Mod first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    Rubio might end up being Ryan's running mate but I think Karl Rove found dirt on him in the vetting process earlier this year otherwise he would have been Romney's running mate. Rubio as Romney's running mate their ticket easily wins Florida and New Mexico in addition to what he already had.

    Something is out there on Rubio and I think Rove knows if he ran a national campaign the Democrats would eventually dig it up somewhere.
    Honestly I think Rubio turned them down. I think he thought they were going to lose and that would hurt him in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Honestly I think Rubio turned them down. I think he thought they were going to lose and that would hurt him in the future.
    Rubio turn down a VP nod? I highly doubt that.

    Rove knows what he's doing. He personally vetted all potential VP candidates he was never going to allow Sarah Palin to happen again.

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