Skip to comments.Draft Hillary Clinton to Replace Barack Obama (so it begins...)
Posted on 09/08/2011 8:54:59 PM PDT by OL Hickory
"We, the undersigned Democrats, want a new Democratic nominee for President who can win in 2012. We are convinced that the only person with the national stature, experience, and high enough approval ratings who can win the general election in November of 2012 is Hillary Rodham Clinton"
(Excerpt) Read more at petition2congress.com ...
Do it dudes. It will split the Democrat Party right down the middle.
Just what the country needs. Another Progressive. If this does happen it will be interesting to what how Black population reacts.
I’ve thought this would happen for some time but what makes her any more qualified than this tool? Absolutely, nothing. They’re parallel nothings. Like traintracks that meet at a horizon.
Who is surprised?
Oops, sorry. :)
There are a lot of people who have already signed the thing.
Yeah, she’s wow’d us a Sec of State. Dead people everywhere are conflicted on how they’ll vote.
I'll try not to burn too many popcorn kernels.
If they want to win, they would need someone not tainted by the current administration. Some conservative democrat that got out before 2008. I can only think of a few that fit that description.
Well, the Dead Folk vote usually mirrors the live Democrat vote very closely...
Never interrupt your opponent while they are making a mistake.
Obama could actually be the first modern day President to lose his party nomination.
BFD!! Big F***** Deal! Don’t know any of them and don’t want to.
Clintonistas are just Obamites who lost in the primaries.
Color them PINK!
I meant in the primary. Are the dead limited to primary or general? I forget the Constitution, sometimes.
Biden will step down. Clinton to the rescue. End of story.
1. We know she was born in the US to parents who were citizens.
2. We know her academic record.
Oh, the dead can be just as active in the primary as in the general.
Phil Bredesen, former TN governor, would have a real shot to win if he were their nominee. He served two terms and despite the conservative wave last fall, he probably would have won another. Luckily, the Rats aren’t smart enough to run an experienced businessman, former mayor, and governor who isn’t a radical liberal.
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