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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcoastie! View Post
    She was smacked with an ugly stick at birth. It's been all downhill since then.


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    It has been said that ...

    Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes all the way down to the bone!

    ETA ... I don't really care what she looks like, young/old matters not ... I still can't stand the thought of her being our next president.

    But have a feeling that if she wants to ... she will indeed 'be installed' by hook or by crook!

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    I thought Hillary looked done, tired and worn out before her fall and concussion.

    The grueling toll the campaign will take on her, what would she have left for actually serving? If she won, she would be 70 years old that year.

    Sorry, but I see nothing wrong with pointing out her age and health, as I think she's cooked.....stick a fork in her.
    Obama isn't the problem. The problem is an electorate that would vote a man like him into office.
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    Question DUmbasses...Why did the democrat party do all it could to steer the nomination to Omoron in 2008?
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    , ALL rightwingers fear Women and 99% of ALL righty males hate Women.
    Projection, from a prancing flamer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    I don't think that attacking Hillary's age is a good strategy for the GOP. Anyways, that's not going to be the official GOP 2016 tactic, if Hillary is the dem nominee. It will be Bengahzi, and of course, Whitewater and Vince Foster.
    I'm happy Monica is still talking and is getting ready to do a TV show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
    There are plenty of substantive issues to attack Hillary on. Age and gender are not at all on the list, IMHO.

    I agree. I could care less what a person looks like if they are capable of doing the job and doing it well.

    I think America knows enough about the Clinton family they will be taking a pass.
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    "What difference does it make?" will make a lousy campaign slogan for her.
    But, at the same time, it would make an effective slogan to maintain the focus on her shortcomings as Sect of State.



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    I don't think harping on Hillary's age is the best tactic, either, but the idea that concern trolling is a thing of the past certainly isn't true with the author of the queen's op/ed:

    Opinion: The Hillary Clinton age trap

    by Jill Lawrence|June 5, 2014

    Opinion: Why wonít Obama protect gay workers?

    by Jill Lawrence|May 8, 2014


    Opinion: Will Democrats let ĎObamacareí sink them again?

    by Jill Lawrence|March 31, 2014


    Opinion: Rand Paulís mainstream dreams

    by Jill Lawrence|March 20, 2014


    Opinion: ĎObamacareí work flexibility creates GOP identity crisis

    by Jill Lawrence|February 18, 2014


    Opinion: Stopping Keystone wonít stop climate change
    and that phony poll they quote isn't convincing at all. Don't take political advice from political enemies.
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    They are so predictable. They don't like criticism, so they create a reality where any criticism is because Hillary is a woman, or because Obama is black, not because there might actually be a valid political criticism.
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