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  • boomer_always_here boomer_always_here Sep 26, 2012 9:25 PM Flag

    Try to concentrate, Joanie. You'll like this.


    really working that jaw overtime today bloomers


    Try to work that that piercing laser-like concentration of yours, Joanie. Stay on point.

    There are two basic scenarios.

    1 - Obama wins, as all polls are predicting. The economy continues to recover, people get more prosperous, the really good aspects of Obamacare kick in. Even a few dmbfks like you more or less get the picture. The populace also ages four years: new kids (notoriously "liberal", as you oafs like to label it) come to voting age; many decrepit pig-headed old goats bite the dust. The whole know-nothing bagger schtick fades into much-deserved irrelevance.

    2 - Fluke but always possible: Romney wins. The recovery stalls as his policies favoring the job cremators take hold. Greedsters run amok again, workin' folk sink back into the mire again just as they were about to claw out of it. Rinse and repeat The Bush Meltdown, this time around known unmistakably as The GOP Meltdown. Everybody with IQ above their shoe size (i.e. excludes you and the maxidope) gets the picture in high definition.

    Either way -- but even more so in scenario 2 -- the White House is Hillary's if she wants it. No dem can beat her, and there's sure no reason for a sane person to even think of voting for a repub in either scenario.

    Maybe Hillary won't want it. She has worked long and hard and has more than earned time away from the heavy grind. Write a book or two for big bucks, get paid $$$$$$$$$$ for speaking engagements around the world, sip a piña colada or three now and then. And by 2016 she won't exactly be a spring chicken. But the historical mark of being the first woman president of the United States of America might well be too much to resist for someone as driven as Hillary.

    In which case... enjoy.

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