Ericynot1 wrote: So here's the deal. Despite Ransom's wishful thinking, barring some unforeseen event such as a serious illness in her family, Hillary will be the Dem candidate in 2016. And that should make you happy -- if she's as bad as you think she is, she ought to be easily defeated by the Republican candidate of your choice. Hillary Gets Knifed In Benghazi Drive By
Dear Comrade Ericynot,
Sounds like a deal with the devil.
You apparently have a reading comprehension problem.
That’s ok. It’s goes with your math problem, your women problems and the problems you have with basic shapes and colors.
And BEFORE you deny having women problems, knock it off.
You’re a liberal. You ALL have women problems.
Hillary, Pelosi, Windy Davis, Sheila Jackson Lee, Maxine Waters…it’s a stunning line.
Now tell me seriously you don’t believe in Hell.
I did not say that Hillary won’t be nominee from the Democrat Party for president of the United States.
I said her candidacy is likely dead. I acknowledged that the New York Times won’t give it up.
And I’m sure that Hillary won’t either.
But given that she couldn’t beat Barack Obama prior to her disastrous term as Secretary of State, I’m not sure that that little resume item is going to help her bid to become the chief executive for the nation.
But you are right about this.
Democrats, unlike normal people, have a depth perception problem.
This may be related to your problem with basic shapes and colors.
Dems can’t see past the rather shallow, one-dimensional script put out for you by the mainstream media.
Obama got a pretty big assist by the media in defeating Hillary, as was even acknowledged by Saturday Night Live.
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