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    @AustinMurrey

    To quote the good Dr. Venkman: “Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!”

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    That would make me emigrate.

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    @WhiskeySam

    Evidently the best way to get on the Democratic ticket is to sleep with the President.

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    @CUDouglas

    As my dad is fond of saying:

    “Ignorance can be fixed; stupidity lasts forever.”

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    @Misthiocracy

    Yeah, right, like Michelle Obama would EVER be willing to play second fiddle to Hillary Clinton.

    Does this person think they could be co-presidents?

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    @TheMugwump

    Oh, come now. Can you think of any two individuals more likely to turn on one another than this pair?

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    @Valiuth

    Those are the only two Democrats people know.

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    @kylez
    Misthiocracy: Yeah, right, like Michelle Obama would EVER be willing to play second fiddle to Hillary Clinton.

    Does this person think they could be co-presidents? · 2 minutes ago

    Michelle would be to Hillary what Hillary was to Bill. 

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    @ModusPonens

    What difference, at this point, does it make?

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    @SalvatorePadula
    Whiskey Sam: Evidently the best way to get on the Democratic ticket is to sleep with the President. · 8 minutes ago

    Quote of the week.

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    @kylez

    Is this an admission that Obama is a failure? It’s bizarre that 7 months into his hard-fought-for second term someone would care enough to print stickers like that. 

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    @Kozak

    We’ve become the late Roman Republic, when only a handful of Patrician families could aspire to Consul. Although even they were not decadent enough or foolish enough to elect the wives…

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    @WesternChauvinist

    The Obamas have Hillary on such a short leash, given what they know about Benghazi and their virtual mind meld with the media. Hillary’s chances will collapse like a cheap folding chair if the Obama machine has someone else in mind.

    If they want Hillary, it’s because she’ll be a puppet for them. Could make for a very interesting primary season. The Clintons and Obamas are all diabolical manipulators, but I’m pretty sure the Obamas are more ruthless.

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    @RyanM

    I just puked in my mouth a little

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    @LeslieWatkins

    Let me guess: a Stanford University parking lot.

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    @Misthiocracy
    Leslie Watkins: Let me guess: a Stanford University parking lot…

    …but not the lot closest to the Hoover Institution.

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    @DocJay

    Clinton will be our next president unless the GOP abandons its money hungry, poor results consultancy class. There is only one way to win the next election and that is pressing the scandals to their utmost. Most people don’t agree or don’t have the stomach for it. The dems have the network, the media, and a boatload of entitled idiots. It’s going to be a wild ride in to hell.

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    @DrewInWisconsin
    DocJay: Clinton will be our next president unless the GOP abandons its money hungry, poor results consultancy class.

    Our goal for 2016: Keep Karl Rove and Mike Murphy unemployed! (Or working for Hillary.)

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    @MarkMonaghan

    What could be a better follow on to 8 years of a president with no accomplishments in his life? Two former first ladies with no accomplisnents! Just like a monarchy!!!

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    @billy
    Misthiocracy: Yeah, right, like Michelle Obama would EVER be willing to play second fiddle to Hillary Clinton.

    Does this person think they could be co-presidents? · 34 minutes ago

    Someone predicted this.

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    @FrankSoto
    Salvatore Padula
    Whiskey Sam: Evidently the best way to get on the Democratic ticket is to sleep with the President. · 8 minutes ago

    Quote of the week. · 32 minutes ago

    Of the year potentially.

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    DrewInWisconsin
    DocJay: Clinton will be our next president unless the GOP abandons its money hungry, poor results consultancy class.

    Our goal for 2016: Keep Karl Rove and Mike Murphy unemployed! (Or working for Hillary.) · 19 minutes ago

    This is it. This is the plan. We should all work on making this happen!

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    @BrentB67

    I hope the parking lot has security cameras to catch the person that vandalized this car. 

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    @BrentB67
    Whiskey Sam: Evidently the best way to get on the Democratic ticket is to sleep with the President. · 56 minutes ago

    Monica Lewinsky is going to be on the ticket? 

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    @MarionEvans

    And yet the tail lights look intact :)

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    @JimIxtian
    billy
    Misthiocracy: Yeah, right, like Michelle Obama would EVER be willing to play second fiddle to Hillary Clinton.

    Does this person think they could be co-presidents?

    Someone predicted this.

    What’s frightening and disturbing is that between your post and Peter’s I really could envision a Hillary/Michelle campaign and presidency. The elections of 2008 and 2012 proved all too many Americans are foolish and insane or both. I think I’ve got a good idea of what it was like to live in the Jonestown compound at the end.

    More Flavour-Aid Please!!!!

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    @DougKimball

    PALIN – MARTINEZ

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    @billy
    Jim Ixtian

    What’s frightening and disturbing is that between your post and Peter’s I really could envision a Hillary/Michelle campaign and presidency. The elections of 2008 and 2012 proved all too many American’s are foolish and insane or both. I think I’ve got a good idea of what it was like to live in the Jonestown compound at the end.

    More Flavour-Aid!!!! · 2 minutes ago

    If Obama can get elected, and re-elected, anyone can. If the Obamas want to stay in the White House, Michelle could get the Democrat nomination.

    And if the Republicans run another lackluster candidate, she could win it all.

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    @ChrisCampion

    McCain’s tanned, rested, and ready.

    billy
    Jim Ixtian

    What’s frightening and disturbing is that between your post and Peter’s I really could envision a Hillary/Michelle campaign and presidency. The elections of 2008 and 2012 proved all too many American’s are foolish and insane or both. I think I’ve got a good idea of what it was like to live in the Jonestown compound at the end.

    More Flavour-Aid!!!! · 2 minutes ago

    If Obama can get elected, and re-elected, anyone can. If the Obamas want to stay in the White House, Michelle could get the Democrat nomination.

    And if the Republicans run another lackluster candidate, she could win it all. · 12 hours ago

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    @ChrisCampion

    Don’t overlook the power of absolution. After throwing Hillary under the bus for Barry, their eyes all a-twinkle and their legs straining under thrill pressure, they’ll throw the tired, used-up, and massively cankled Hillary the bone she’s been salivating for since 1992.

    I can almost hear her speeches now: “It’s our time!” As long as a “man” tells you it is, hon.

    Ryan M

    Hillary will be our next president because she’s a woman, and any vote against her will be sexist. If the Republicans run a woman, a vote for HER will still be sexist, because there is no such thing as a republican woman. It is a contradiction in terms, like an Uncle Tom (Thomas Sowell). Republicans are, by their very nature, anti-woman. 

    We will have Hillary because the generation whose first vote was in 2008 is the “feel good about myself for no apparent reason” generation. Just off the high of voting for the first black president in order to distance themselves from generations of white racists, they won’t pass up the opportunity to be the first pro-female generation, too. · 11 hours ago

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