Like many of you here, most of us are tired of constant election rumors via the mainstream media…it’s more than irritating, but it is what it is anymore, seems this tactic of non-stop electioneering is here to stay…unfortunately. I’ve had a couple of stories saved since yesterday to share with you regarding Shrillary for president. Both were from political Sunday talking-head shows.

First-up we have one segment from Newt Gingrich…see if you agree with him. – This is via TH.

The Republican Party in its current form is “incapable” of beating Hillary Clinton if she’s the Democratic nominee for president in 2016, former House Speaker and presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Sunday.

“If their competitor in ’16 is going to be Hillary Clinton, supported by Bill Clinton and presumably, a still relatively popular President Barack Obama, trying to win that will be truly the Super Bowl,” Gingrich told NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “And the Republican Party today is incapable of competing at that level.”

Rumors about Clinton’s political future have swirled since she announced her decision to step down as secretary of State early next year. Clinton has denied having such ambitions but her high approval ratings – 57 percent in the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll – all but ensure she will be a focus of speculation.

“She is married to the most popular Democrat in the country,” Gingrich said. “They both think it would be good for her to be president. That makes it virtually impossible to stop (her) nomination, I think. But when I thought she was frankly going to be the nominee in ’08. And I went all through the spring of ’08 thinking she would beat [Barack] Obama.”

Gingrich, who fell short in his 2012 bid for the GOP nomination to Mitt Romney was also asked if he would consider running again.

“I doubt that, but one never knows,” Gingrich answered.

His remarks start about the 1:10 time frame.

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Next-up, we have this from good ol’ Carville. – This is via DC;

On Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” former Bill Clinton adviser James Carville emphasized that most Democrats are hoping for a Hillary Clinton presidential run in 2016.

According to Carville, Democrats don’t want to face a long primary process like the GOP did in the most recent presidential election cycle.

“Since 1944, if we would have been sitting here, Republicans have always craved order,” Carville said. “And they’ve always looked for the lion tail to get behind. We’ve always been [looking for] people that we want to fall in love [with]. We’re looking for the next argument. This is entirely different. Every Democrat I know says, ‘God, I hope she runs. We don’t need a primary. Let’s just go to post with this thing. We don’t want to fight with anybody over anything. The Republicans, they need a fight. Somebody’s got to beat somebody. … We don’t want a primary. … We like winning presidential elections. She’s popular. Let’s just go with it.”

“I don’t know what she’s going to do, but I do know this: The Democrats want her to run,” Carville added. “And I don’t just mean a lot of Democrats, I mean a whole lot of Democrats, like 90 percent across the country. We just don’t — we just want to win, we think she is the best person and shut it down. And that’s across the board.”

So friends…what do you think about all of this?

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32 Comments

  1. We have had ENOUGH Bush’s and Clintons in high office. New blood is whats needed. They all need to retire, NOW!.

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  2. “Like many of you here, most of us are tired of constant election rumors via the mainstream media…”

    So you thought you’d drag it onto the blog. Well done. You thought we wanted more and not less?

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  3. Hillary is better suited to be a lawn jockey on the WHite House lawn… I am personally tired of these old fart politicians and would love to see new blood get some support.. The Republicans should pay very close attention to its supporters,, People like Jim Demint are much better choices than Romneys or Gingrich;s for sure

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  4. a new party is needed………..the Hildabeast as president????? God help us………Obozo is bad enough.

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    • I agree. – I’m still keeping an eye on the ACP and what they do come the midterms and especially the presidential race come ’16.

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  5. By 2016, I expect that the ‘United States’ will be what -New York, Connecticut, Taxacheussets, Jersey and maybe a couple other moocher-states bitterly clinging to their welfare statism and ‘diversity’ while the real America fights to rebuild a Constitutional Government free from Washington, and of course the invaders from the south try turning the Californicated southwest into their fantasyland Aztlan.

    That makes Shrillary pretty irrelevant.

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  6. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    WHERE DOSE HILLARY KEEP HER BROOM AND WHERE ARE HER FLYING MONKEYS HIDING OUT?

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  7. happypoopytime says:

    The isn’t going to be a battle for the Republican nomination. The party bosses changed the rules.

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  8. Isn’t this special!…

    http://nation.foxnews.com/chri.....er-breasts

    Guess it’s the new norm. ~ Nothing to see here…move on.

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  9. Couple of things. It’s a long time until 2016, a lot can and will happen. Hillary is not Obama, yes the MSM will support her, but she is a polarizing figure, much more than Zero. Will she get the support of the Independents like idiot O did, I don’t think so. Let’s be honest here, Obama won election and re-election because he is black, period, end of story. Last time I looked, she wasn’t black. The new economy of America is terrible and has changed the landscape, there are many, many, middle class people that will not be middle class in 2016, all due to liberal policies. Let’s see how they like them apples!

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  10. I hate to be a buzzkill, but in its current form Repubs couldn’t beat anyone in an election. Two terms of empty suit Sir Golfs-a-lot should be sending us a clue, but since we don’t believe in fairy dust or unicorns, the clue faries haven’t decided to bless us with one.

    I’m guessing the Dems could throw up Charles Manson as its candidate and they would still win, in a landslide.

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    • What you posted isn’t a buzzkill to me…what you posted is called the ‘truth.’

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      • Quartier LeBlanc says:

        No way Hillary in 2016. Can you imagine how ugly she will be then. And then there is the smell.

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      • Unfortunately, no matter how true it is, its still depressing and aggratvating. They better not outlaw liquor again, its the only thing at this point keeping me sane. Well thats an eggageration but I ain’t gonna stop anytime soon :)

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  11. Obama hasn’t even been sworn in yet,and, they’re busy working on stealing the next election. Hillary is the flip side of Obama,thats why they want her. May not be anything left to destroy by 2016.

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  12. Don’t be surprised if a Michelle Obama – Hillary Clinton ticket appears.

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  13. 79firebirdman says:

    President Hillary? Ugh. That is certainly a disgusting and scary thought. But, given the current sad state of affairs, it sounds about right. If king nothing can get re-elected, it’s not only possible, but probable, assuming hopenchange doesn’t declare himself president for life via executive order.

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    • Spooky what may happen after what we watched just happened not that many weeks ago. Plus, we know the O- Team will do their best to ensure more illegal cheating via the votes.

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