|In 2016 . That's all the choice we have?|
We all know and might "guess" that in 2016 there might be a revivalist attempt to keep the old guard in the Oval Office and hold Congress hostage after Mr. Obama leaves . Case in pint . Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton . We don't need more dynastic politics in this country, with a new Washington Post-ABC News poll showing five prospective candidates within four percentage points of one another at the top and a half-dozen more mix. In a hypothetical match-up, Clinton leads former Florida governor Jeb Bush — seen by many GOP establishment figures as the party’s strongest general-election candidate — 53 percent to 41 percent. ( 2) .The Democrat's obviously want Hillary , their slowly trying to maker her regardless of her screw up with the Benghazi facade . The GOP is nothing but a hollow reed , a Republican party in such horrid shape it can't even come up with a Presidential candidate that can win a General Election. McCain lost, Romney lost and the GOP is even in worse shape going into 2016. (1) .That's all the GOP has is Jeb Bush? George H.W. Bush is not remembered by history as a very good President. He was elected because people wanted a third term of Reagan and couldn't even win a second term. George W's greatest gift to his family is being so bad as President the memory of his father's Presidency looked really good in comparison. It does not change anything better for Mrs. Clinton , Benghazi will take Clinton down. And now, finally, we have the real scoop thanks to Judicial Watch. They had to sue the government to get the emails about Benghazi and now the world knows what most of us knew all along!! Obama and Hillary lied to save their own necks. Obama and Hillary's lies have caught up with them. “If it turns out to be Jeb versus Hillary we would love that and either outcome would be fine,” one top Republican-leaning Wall Street lawyer said over lunch in midtown Manhattan last week. “We could live with either one. Jeb versus Joe Biden would also be fine. It’s Rand Paul or Ted Cruz versus someone like Elizabeth Warren that would be everybody’s worst nightmare.” Thankfully former First Lady Barbara Bush said it right . " no more dynasties." Nearly 7 in 10 Americans agree with Barbara Bush: Political dynasties aren’t necessarily a good thing when it comes to presidential candidates.The findings are potentially bad news for Jeb Bush, as the former Florida governor weighs whether to follow his father and brother and run White House, and . poll, 50% of adults believe Barbara Bush’s applies equally to Jeb Bush and Clinton. The former secretary of State, U.S. senator and ex-first lady has said she’ll decide later this year whether to run again for the Democratic presidential nomination. There are dynasties gone wild. The electric fence is down and the cows are roaming all over. Finally there is Barack Obama. His election has been a great historic milestone but by just about any measure, including his own, his presidency is ending in disaster. For example, the rich have gotten richer and the poor have gotten poorer at a rate that would make an Eastern establishment Republican blush. The Nixon administration spied on its enemies but the Obama administration spies on its friends too and on its own political allies in the U.S. Senate. Having tried an “outsider” like Obama, the American electorate is now more likely to turn to an “insider,” a Bush or a Clinton. Better to have someone who doesn’t have to learn on the job. We've all guessed it by now that our nation has been bought out All the nonsense just allows the puppet-masters to continue to do what's best for them at the expense of the American people while we're polarized and distracted.But, let's face it – Neither party is actually running our country – Powerful puppet-masters play both sides to make sure that they get what they want. Unfortunately what they want is not usually in the best interest of the majority of the American people
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(1). Jeb Bush might "appeal" for the Hispanic vote over Hillary . He obviously has a wide appeal as a potential candidate. With a Mexican wife, and as a man who speaks fluent Spanish, he would be able to increase the Hispanic vote GOP column. On the other hand, many in the Republican base find his position on immigration untenable, and would fight him during primary season. He is also a serious advocate of education reform. His support of Common Core, however, will also find many who are in the conservative ranks objecting, since they fear that Common Core represents educational centralism and having the government ram federal standards down their throats. (2). Hillary Clinton also has obvious vulnerabilities: Benghazi, Benghazi and Benghazi for a start, followed by the “Russian reset” with which she is identified. And nationally, Hillary would do all she could to counter her negatives by resurrecting the charge that Republicans are “waging a war on women,” and by arguing that nothing could destroy their goal more than putting the first woman president in the White House.