Skip to comments.Carville On Hillary: Every Democrat I Know Says "God, I Hope She Runs" (video)
Posted on 12/09/2012 9:26:48 AM PST by i88schwartz
CARVILLE: Since 1944, if we would have been sitting here, Republicans have always craved order. And they've always looked for the lion tail to get behind. We've always been people that we want to fall in love. We're looking for the next argument.
This is entirely different. Every Democrat I know says, "God, I hope she runs. We don't need a primary. Let's just go to post with this thing. We don't want to fight with anybody over anything."
CARVILLE: Yeah, you've got to beat somebody. And the Republicans know that they need a primary. We don't want -- we don't want a primary. We don't want to be slugging this thing out (inaudible) you know what? We've got a pretty good demographic deck. We kind of get -- we like winning presidential elections. She's popular. Let's just go with it.
CARVILLE: I don't know what she's going to do, but I do know this: the Democrats want her to run. And I don't just mean a lot of Democrats, I mean a whole lot of Democrats, like 90% across the country. We just don't -- we just want to win, we think she is the best person and shut it down. And that's across the board.
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Hillary isn’t aging well. In four years she’ll look like my great granny.
Don’t kid yourself. Al Franken could win now.
They why did they vote for obama? Carville, you are speaking BS. You failed to show you didn't want the commie.
Not that face and that attitude of talking down - Sarah Palin will make a ‘hill of beans’ out of her.
She can’t run.
On a good day she might be able to waddle.
**breast cancer, breast cancer, breast cancer** Oh, was that out loud?
...and she will win... : (
True.. The Republican party will have devoured itself by alienating conservatives And they will will loose the house... Write this down it is a given..
What’s all this talk about “running” and “elections?” If the DNC/media establishment decides she’s going to be president, then she’s going to be president.
Running the ‘next in line’ candidate doesn’t usually work out for either party—it’s just that the GOP does it more often.
We have reach the end of America.
She does have one fatal flaw for a Democrat, she knows who her father is.
I thought the were all twitterpated over Moochelle.
I agree with you on that point. With the Clintons, popularity and leaving a legacy of success trumps ideology. It’s the opposite with Obama.
She and Obummer will be in jail awaiting their trials for treason.
Hillary may have campaigned, but from the looks of her, I don’t think she has run anywhere in years.
The next prez will be the one & only that the elites want. It won’t be any type of conservative. The SC will be tilted with scumbags in 4 yrs. Y’all are waisting time that could be spend elsewhere.
Julian Castro will run for TX gov in 2 years. The national dem party will throw $50 million, minimum, into the race. The Republican primary will be brutal, Perry v. G.P. Bush with possibly Debra Medina thrown back in (she didn’t run for Ron Paul’s seat for a reason).
If Castro wins, he’ll be the 2016 Pres nominee. If not, it’ll be Clinton. The nomination is Castro’s to lose. Unfortunately for Clinton, the dems don’t nominate the next in line; they nominate the next new flash cult of personality.
The GOP-e is determined to give us Jeb Bush.
If we don’t stop the GOP-e, I give even odds on Castro being the next Pres, with the second most likely outcome being Clinton.
The Tex gov race in two years will tell the story. We’ll know in six months how that is shaking out.
One thing for sure, the Rep nominee in Texas isn’t going to have the cakewalk of recent general elections.
We must stop the GOP-e or G.P. and Jeb Bush will give the dems a dynasty.