Our Next President

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At this point, what difference does it make?

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36 Responses to Our Next President

  1. lmao nice pic, where did you find that?

  2. LeeHarvey says:

    Every time I see her, Bill’s wandering eye becomes more reasonable.

  3. Mike says:

    Tony Beets without the beard? I thought he was Canadian?

  4. Frank K. says:

    I bet she doesn’t get the nomination. People within the Democrat party are blaming the Clintons (and Obama) for the midterm losses, and will push for someone even more left wing like Elizabeth Warren. Meanwhile, look for the MSM to go into full battle mode for the Dems over the next two years. Anything they can find on any Republican will be used to develop a scandal and corruption meme, paving the way for the eventual Democrat nominee.

    • squid2112 says:

      I don’t see any way that she gets the nomination, although I would like her to because I believe she would get creamed in the general election, however, she is a political ad a minute for her primary opponents, and at least one of them is going to rip her to shreds during the Democrat primaries. At least it is going to be fun to watch, that is, if she does indeed run, that is still up in the air.

    • rah says:

      Well then Joe Biden? [snicker]

    • Scott says:

      Just wait till Liz goes on the warpath, she will take Hilary’s scalp

  5. Dave G says:

    I did not need to see that LOL

  6. James Anderson says:

    I thought Halloween was over.

  7. Frank K. says:

    Here’s some hope for the future…

    18-Year-Old Freshman Elected To W.Va. House Of Delegates, Becomes Youngest State Lawmaker In US

    “Blair is pro-life, pro-gun rights and pro-business”

    http://washington.cbslocal.com/2014/11/05/18-year-old-freshman-elected-to-w-va-house-of-delegates-becomes-youngest-state-lawmaker-in-us/

    • squid2112 says:

      I am hoping this young lady becomes a very positive roll model for our current youth. I hold a lot of hope for this young lady. I think she could really knock it out of the park.

    • mjc says:

      She won the primary while still in high school…and she simply trounced the opposition…more than doubled the vote count of her opponents…something like 63% to 30% and 7%. No, she’s not in my district but I’ve been watching her and she looks like the real deal.

  8. Pathway says:

    That took my breath away and not in a good way.

  9. Doogie says:

    Scaring babies nationwide since 1991.

  10. catweazle666 says:

    You know dear Cousins over there across the Pond, I find it inexplicable that the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave, with some of the most talented and intelligent individuals on Earth, seems utterly incapable of finding a Presidential candidate with the nous to run a whelk stall. Nor is this a recent phenomenon either!

    Is it because anybody with two brain cells to rub together avoids the job of POTUS like the plague?

    It’s mystery!

    • 1. You think running a whelk stall is easy? Donโ€™t you know that if printed the regulations specifically covering whelk stalls are about 350 lbs?
      2. Romney was not my first choice but everyone knew he can run things successfully. That was also his biggest liability in the minds (sic) of Moron-Americans.

    • gator69 says:

      Presidential elections have devolved to ‘American Idol’ standards. Stage presence, and the adoration of teenagers is required.

    • Jason Calley says:

      A large part of the problem is that the American electoral system is so corrupt that good people are weeded out before they gain nomination to be on the ballot. An acquaintance of mine was a single term State Legislator who was forced out by his own party. Why? He refused to vote based on party directives, but instead stuck to the Constitution and the welfare of his constituents. After a century of being forced to choose between Evil Candidate One vs Evil Candidate Two, no one still alive has ever experienced a national election based on ideas, principles and ethics.

      • Pops says:

        So true. Plus good and decent people don’t want to run because they don’t want the abuse that comes with the campaigning. Romney is a decent fellow with skin thick enough to run, but a lot of the stuff that was said and believed about him could hardly be farther from the truth. The practice of mud-slinging is a great barrier to those who aren’t accustomed to living in the mud.

      • Scott says:

        He should have voted present

  11. Rev. Dr. O'Grady says:

    a.k.a. “Lucifer Clippity-Clop”

  12. Thomas Englert says:

    There have been plenty of capable candidates, the problem is with the ignorant electorate and a lack of unbiased, capable journalists.

    • LeeHarvey says:

      You’re damn right I would have voted for Herman Cain the last time around.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Herman was my choice two. I just said to my hubby this morning that I would love to look at the hidden bank accounts of his accusers to see what they were paid for smearing him.

  13. mjc says:

    And here she is without her makeup…

  14. Scott says:

    Everyone has bad pics, normally you can tell the bias of the outlet by which pictures are used, just think of Christopher M and his eyes in Wiki. Anyway, Hillary wont be the Dem rep, look to Liz Warren, IMO she is dangerous.
    Hilary’s recent facelit and her girlfriend(Weiners wife) make her look much younger than her age, despite this pic.

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