Tag Archives: 2016 elections

POLL: Clinton Vs GOP Field

In the same match up, Jeb Bush scored 43% to Clinton’s 49%. I suppose we’re in for 1314 more days of these things. Source.

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LAUNCHED: Ready For Hillary PAC Site

The Ready For Hillary PAC website launched today with the disclaimer “Not Authorized by any Candidate or Candidate’s Committee.”  USA Today reads the tea leaves: The super PAC launched in late January and says it now has more than 100,000 supporters. Veterans of Clinton’s campaign, including Ready for Hillary executive director Adam Parkhomenko and spokesman Seth Bringman, are also on ...

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Jeb Bush: The GOP Can Survive If Conservatives Are Nicer About Marriage

“I know for a fact that as it relates to gay marriage and other social issues there is growing divergence of opinion on this. When we talk about it, we ought to talk about it with a different tone — and we ought to talk about it recognizing that there is more than one point of view, and we should ...

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Hillary Clinton For Marriage

This may be the best one yet. Listen to the entire thing.

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Teabagger Poll: Rand Paul 2016

An online poll distributed to Tea Party chapters around the country shows Sen. Rand Paul as the favorite to run for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. With 190,000 votes cast as of Monday morning, Paul leads, with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio rounding out the top three. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Florida ...

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Headline Of The Day

So claims the British tabloid Daily Mail.

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Hillary Clinton Launches New Site

Fairly bare-bones so far. So far.  Forbes weighs in: While the site was likely just established by Clinton as a way to make it easy to get in touch her now that she’s out of office, the large presidential looking picture, the font her name is written in (which basically screams campaign) and the fact that the word “office” is ...

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Clinton Says Goodbye To State Department

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Going Viral On Facebook

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NJ Gov. Chris Christie: I’m Not Too Overweight To Be President

Last night on Barbara Walter’s “Ten Most Interesting People” special, NJ Gov. Chris Christie said that he doesn’t think he’s too overweight to be president. When Ms. Walters said some people say he is too overweight to be president, Mr. Christie, a Republican who is often mentioned as a potentially formidable candidate in 2016, responded: “That’s ridiculous. I don’t know ...

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Brian Brownshirt: Help Us Build A Conservative Army To Fight Hillary

Another find by Good As You blogger Jeremy Hooper.

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On Hillary 2016

Last week the Washington Post reported: Overall, 57 percent of all Americans say they would back a Clinton candidacy, with support peaking among younger women. Among all women, 66 percent say they would support Clinton as a candidate for president in 2016; it is 75 percent among those under 50 and 54 percent among those aged 50 and up. Forty-nine ...

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Adelson Vows To Double Down

Wingnut casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, who spent an estimated $150M during the 2012 campaign, says he’s willing to spend twice as much next time.  Think Progress reports: Adelson told the Wall Street Journal that his 2012 donations were double what he gave in 2008 and that he was ready to double his spending again. “I’ll spend that much and more,” ...

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Frothy Mix 2016

“I’m open to it, yeah. I think there’s a fight right now as to what the soul of the Republican party’s going to be and the conservative movement, and we have something to say about that. I think from our battle, we’re not going to leave the field.” – Rick Santorum, pointing out that he won eleven GOP primaries in ...

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Op-Ed Of The Day

From the op-ed pages of today’s Chicago Tribune: I’ve got a suggestion for cutting short the GOP angst: Sarah Palin for president in 2016. You think I’m joking? Think again.  In 2008, Palin, running as my party’s vice presidential candidate, was widely supposed to have cost John McCain the election. But that wasn’t so. A national exit poll conducted by ...

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Jeb Bush 2016?

Via New York Times: When Senator Marco Rubio of Florida held a strategy session here to discuss his own political future last week, the question of Mr. Bush, a mentor, hung over the room; a decision by Mr. Bush, 59, to seek the Republican nomination would almost certainly halt any plans by Mr. Rubio, 41, to do so or abruptly ...

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