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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:24 PM   #21
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I love that the leftists keep parading hillary around. Keeping her and the anti constitutional leftist agenda front and center is fantastic. The authoritarian left is evil and must be kept as far away from power as possible. These two things are helping greatly w/ that. Thanks guys.
This has nothing to do with her policies or "agenda" Sabcat and you know it.

It is all about her being shoved aside because she is a woman, when this doesnt happen to men. Please pay attention, and stop jumping to conclusions.
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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:29 PM   #22
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This has nothing to do with her policies or "agenda" Sabcat and you know it.

It is all about her being shoved aside because she is a woman, when this doesnt happen to men. Please pay attention, and stop jumping to conclusions.
It has absolutely nothing to do w/ her "being a woman" and YOU know that.
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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:31 PM   #23
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Very few candidates have that special gift of connecting through a television screen. Reagan had it, Bill Clinton had it, Barack Obama’s had it. McCain, Kerry, Romney and Hillary don’t. Hillary is more of a policy wonk.

An argument can be made that she was not aggressive in fighting back against the email story. Recent news claims that she wanted to but her campaign aides influenced her to stick to policy. Still, Comey announcing that he was reopening the investigation just days before the election was a variable that she had no control over.

Hillary stuck to policy while the maniac spent his time dividing the country as he spewed bigotry, misogyny, anti-immigrant and anti-gay. The maniac preyed on the fears of america’s weakest citizens. 16 other Republicans failed as well with far fewer uncontrollable variables in their way.

As for reaching out to the average worker, we will just have to agree to disagree on that one. Hillary had position papers on increasing wages, pay equality, increasing educational opportunities including student loan interest relief and every other kitchen table issue. Her opponent convinced enough fools that Big coal was coming back, the he had a healthcare plan that would be better and cheaper, that he was going to negotiate trade deals and win, win, win. Well, he lied and lied. But I guess that was Hillary’s fault as well.
Don't get me wrong. I was against Hillary until the Republican President-to-be was chosen to be the candidate. And then I became a great supporter of Hillary just to try and keep the disaster out of the White House.
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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:36 PM   #24
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It has absolutely nothing to do w/ her "being a woman" and YOU know that.
omg it does to
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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:42 PM   #25
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Hillary Clinton IS NOT a polarizing person. The Republican machine funded by billionaires and millionaires have spent 3 decades demonizing the woman. They created the polarization.


Cammie, Hilly was polarizing when she was the first lady of Arkansas and Arkansas has turned red since the Clintons lived in the gov's mansion. She did not even bother to campaign in AR. She never quite fit in. She was a Yankee in the South, a strong-willed woman in a paternalistic society. She's not warm fuzzy or a chit chatter.
Bill, however, is still extremely popular.
There are a couple of contradictions. She had a very high approval rating as Sec of State--66%--and popular as a NY Senator.

So, there's the flip-flop of her approval....but yes. The GOP machine has done their best to demonize her and apparently they've done a whiz-bang job.
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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:48 PM   #26
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omg it does to
So do you believe all of the excuses given by her on her poor me tour or just that one.

I do not know one single person who did not vote for her because she was a woman. Not one. She lost because she was a terrible candidate. Probably the worst in modern history.
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Cammie, Hilly was polarizing when she was the first lady of Arkansas and Arkansas has turned red since the Clintons lived in the gov's mansion. She did not even bother to campaign in AR. She never quite fit in. She was a Yankee in the South, a strong-willed woman in a paternalistic society. She's not warm fuzzy or a chit chatter.
Bill, however, is still extremely popular.
There are a couple of contradictions. She had a very high approval rating as Sec of State--66%--and popular as a NY Senator.

So, there's the flip-flop of her approval....but yes. The GOP machine has done their best to demonize her and apparently they've done a whiz-bang job.
When Hillary was a Senator from New York, Republican colleagues raved about her competence. That changed overnight when she entered the race and the Right wing media restarted their hate machine and their consumers bought it. The right wing of this country used hatred against her and then voted for a creep who is the very personification of hate. I find these facts to be self evident and the blaming of Hillary for the right wing’s reciprocal firing squad of hate to be offensive.
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Old March 30th, 2018, 04:53 PM   #28
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So do you believe all of the excuses given by her on her poor me tour or just that one.

I do not know one single person who did not vote for her because she was a woman. Not one. She lost because she was a terrible candidate. Probably the worst in modern history.
no, she wasnt the worst candidate, she was the second worst. she beat the worst in the popular vote by quite a bit........

it has nothing to do with how many people voted with her or why, it is being shoved aside because she is a woman. this isnt a new phenomenon at all.......
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What living bullshit. Hillary, your attitude, overconfidence, elitism, and inattention to details lost the 2016 election putting our nation into dire straits.

Go away.
Hillary Clinton cites sexism in criticism she should exit political stage

Hillary Clinton suggested Thursday that the criticism she should "go away" following her election loss to President Donald Trump is based in sexism, arguing that her critics never asked that of losing candidates who are male.

"That began to happen after the election. ... I was really struck by how people said that to me -- you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason — like, 'Oh, you know, go away, go away,'" Clinton said at an event at Rutgers University.

Ruth Mandel, director of the university's Eagleton Institute of Politics, had asked Clinton what her response has been to people who call for her "'get off the public stage and shut up.'"

"They never said that to any man who was not elected," Clinton said. "I was kind of struck by that."
https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/30/polit...oss/index.html

Oh, you know, go away, go away.
Her performance aside. She is entitled to say what she wants. It's the money and support she will be giving progressive women, and men in state and national elections all over the country, flipping red seats blue, that will speak louder than her words.

What Liberals have failed to grasp, is Clinton losing the election was actually a positive for the Progressive cause. If she had won, it would have only further solidified the Republican hold on the Congress, as well as state legislatures and governorships.

With Trump, the exact opposite has happened. Trump will do for the Democrats, what Obama did for the Republicans.

The biggest thing to remember by the 2020 elections, are the precedents Republicans have set over the last 10 years since Obama was elected, and the precedents Trump has set.

The Republicans have given the Democrats license to do anything they want, and absolutely no rules will apply when that day comes, on every issue, on every policy, on every regulation, on every rule in the House and the Senate.

Let me repeat, because this is important.

The Democrats now have free reign, with no rules at all, to do any thing they want.

With absolute impunity.
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Old March 30th, 2018, 05:05 PM   #30
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no, she wasnt the worst candidate, she was the second worst. she beat the worst in the popular vote by quite a bit........

it has nothing to do with how many people voted with her or why, it is being shoved aside because she is a woman. this isnt a new phenomenon at all.......
Large cities primarily vote democrat and she only one this "popular vote" that the legacy media and in turn people that buy into that propaganda like sing about by a fraction of the population of the american cities. If you were to look at the map of America by counties they are predominantly red for the 2016 election. That popular vote meme is silly if you examine the data objectively.

Democrats even females in the democrats leadership are asking, almost begging her to just go away as her presence and her poor me tour is hurting them. But if you want to fall for the narrative that it is because she is a women, go ahead. There is no evidence to support this.
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