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Please - PLEASE - no US election news 3 years before the actual elections.

Onegaishimasu.

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This isn't election news, this is media propaganda. Don't you know that the media LOVES Hillary?

This is just the beginning. Soon it will be ALL HILLARY - ALL THE TIME!

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This isn't election news, this is media propaganda. Don't you know that the media LOVES Hillary?

This is just the beginning. Soon it will be ALL HILLARY - ALL THE TIME!

NOT all Dems like her, that's for sure. For one thing, she's the typical part of the usual Washington establishment. 8 years in the WH and Secretary of State under Obama 4 years, many people are tired of the name. I don't know if the media love Clinton anymore than Justin Bieber. Another thing, she has too much baggage and NOT enough answers and if she thinks they will disappear, sadly, but not this time around, she can't run away from the Benghazi question which will without a doubt come up somewhere during the primaries. And there's the time she was senator in NY which she didn't do anything to help improve the roads, bridges and lastly, she's NOT left enough for the progressive wing of the party, so if you think that she's a shoe in, you are horrible mistaken.

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Who else is on the menu? Maybe Chelsea by then? Maybe another Bush in the wings somewhere? A Kennedy relative? A Kardashian for the media circus? Oh, please let it be about the people next time and less about the show.

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@Pandabelle Oh, yes. The length of time it takes, the ridiculous amount of money spent, the bizarre spectacle of bobble-headed giggle twits appealing to morons by denying or avoiding scientific facts at the GOP debates or a competition to see who can outsnob the other at the Democratic equivalent, irritating 'cool' actors acting cool or senile ones talking to empty chairs, 'gaffes' aplenty and all round bitchiness. Not yet, please.

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Oh no. Just wait. If she runs, for the next few years all we'll hear about is "Will the US have grown up enough to elect a woman, or are we still a nation of women-haters"

Worked last time with the race card.

The Republicans need to put up a black, or Asian woman as their candidate.

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Madam President, get used to it ! It's her time !

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Madam President, get used to it ! It's her time !

In 2010 the Dems also felt entitled and embolden as well and who won back the House? But hey, if the Republicans control both House and the Senate that would mean for sure "Madam President" would govern as a centrist, which would be a good thing.

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Hillary = Hillarious!!!!

She will not win, no nation in the middle east or any where where the US has their nose in others countries business will respect a woman as President. OBAMA is already looked as being weaker and IF Hillarious wins the US will only look weaker!! She won't win!!

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no nation in the middle east or any where where the US has their nose in others countries business will respect a woman as President.

Why not? Pakistan, Bangladesh, India - all have had woman leaders. The largest Muslim country in the world (Indonesia) has had a woman leader. Many European countries have had woman leaders.

It's not 1950, it's 2014.

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Hillary Clinton was a disaster as Secretary of State, hust like Obsma has been a disaster as president. Time for rral change. Both Hillary and Obama shoild be impeached over their many failings, especially Benghazi. Let the Democrats put her up for election of they like. The American people will speak loudly come election time, unless the voting is rigged again, and she will be consigned, with her husband, to the dustbin of history, where she belongs.

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I'm looking forward to her presidency. The last Clinton was pretty good, and having been by his side for 8 years, as well as having been secretary of state, once she is president she will be the most qualified new president ever.

It will be interesting to see the differences between her and Obama. I think she will be much less centrist, and much more hawkish.

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The Republicans need to put up a black, or Asian woman as their candidate.

Mia Love. Unfortunately, she may not be quite ready yet....

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The Democrats if they are returned at least know who they will be working with in South Africa (Azania), as the election there has been called for May 7th. The ANC is bound to win as outside of the EFF there is no credible opposition. Julius Malema's EFF is at yet too young to make any serious <>impact, but who knows in time to come, and then they may be meeting a Republican president which will make some interesting reading. For now anyway its Mr Zuma and Mr Obama.

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