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PBO and Hillary on 60 Minutes

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President Obama and outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will speak to "60 Minutes" together in their first-ever joint interview, the White House announced Friday.

Communications director Dan Pfeiffer said that the interview will air Sunday.

 

I wonder if "I'm just keeping her chair warm" will come out of his face :glasses:


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Probably not, but if or when Hillary does try to run for President again I hope who ever the Republicans pick pulls a Lazio.

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Republicunts cant pull their heads out of their ass long enough to be taken seriously


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ah-hem she will be a better president then Obama ;)


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I was for sure that Hillary would be the next POTUS, but now I am not so sure. I have a feeling that Obama is going to screw the Clinton's after all the support they have provided him.

The continuous hinting at Joe Biden's 2016 possibilities has me wondering if Obama will push an endorsement for him on his way out. Hillary could face another rough primary race where this time they will attack her health, Benghazi, and even her age... Joe wouldn't have any room to talk, but If Cuomo runs it would be an opening.

With how rapidly she has aged just as a cabinet member, I wonder how much she had actually had to step in and perform duties outside of her title. It will be a shame if someone as highly experianced as she is and how much time she's devoted as a public servant gets the shaft at the end due to some political agenda.

Obama is a clown. He knows how to campaign, that's the extent of his ability. The "gene pool" of potential candidates gets more bland and uninspiring with every race on each side. You need $$$ to run for big offices, and that is the major issue that has fallen on our political system.

(I'm on my phone on lunch, spelling and grammar are out the window XD)

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I love this is a big fuckin deal Biden, but I also understand his senior status and a want to be with family. Hill doesn't have grandkiddies yet so hopefully she's still willing to serve when the time comes. It should have been her, PBO can organize, but Hillary can lead. I'm sure other qualified dems will step up whether she does or not, but my concern is that this will be our last chance at electing her president. If she were to throw her hat in the ring and be savaged by her own party AGAIN the dems would lose boatloads of women voters to the independents/green. There is an all out war on women's liberties and the smartest way to combat it is to elect educated female officials. Women know this and they vote....

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I hope Hillary runs next election.

 

With all the republican hate on women's rights, It would just make them look like even more clowns braggin on women rights with a women president.

not only that, I believe she is more then capable

 

She has aged in the last few years, but this is a sign of her dedication to her work


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Joe wouldn't have any room to talk, but If Cuomo runs it would be an opening.

 

Nooooooo!!! I don't want Cuomo to run for president. Hes doing damn good for NY. Way better than Pataki, Spitzer and Paterson. :nod:

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