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Would Hillary in 2008 be a good thing?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by idakfan, Oct 17, 2005.

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  1. idakfan

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    With the AWB expiration and the Gun Manufacture protection bill going to pass soon....

    Seems it would radicalize the gun lobby even more if she were elected. Would she really be able to get anti-gun legislation passed, and IF she did would people follow it?

    If a Republican is elected in 2008 are more gun laws are going to be repealed?

    The Election of Hillary would give us more militant lesbians in high positions of Law Enforcement, what else?

    It would seem to me that her being elected would result in a possibly good radicalization of the true conservative base, and the sidelining of the neo-cons.

    Mabye it's just wishful thinking. Buy hey let's stir things up a bit!

    First Lady Bill Clinton!
     
  2. Scottmkiv

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    I think a democrat president would help focus the Republican message for sure. I'm afraid that Bush has taught the party that religious socialism is the way to victory though...
     
  3. R.H. Lee

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    I'm not sure the the Dems would nominate her or she could win if they did. We do not want her in the Whitehouse, that's for sure. She is a hardcore antigun Marxist/statist without any qualifications to be POTUS.

    One thing is for sure. Bush is making it very difficult for the next Republican nominee.
     
  4. Standing Wolf

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    Is Mrs. Snopes Clinton a Republicrat or a Democan? It's so hard to tell the difference any more!
     
  5. Biker

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    In short, yes. Hillary as Pres would be a good, if ugly, thing. Gridlocks at this point in time are desireable and checks and balances are always a good thing.
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  6. longeyes

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    A Hillary regime would be a huge question mark, its direction determined by many other factors--but it would be a highly dangerous question mark given the current mental landscape of America and who is influencing it. I prefer not to take that risk, even if I am less than pleased by Bushism.
     
  7. rick_reno

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    She'd be a nightmare, given some of the legislation that has been passed and signed into law over the past 5 years. I don't worry about Bush holding a civil liberty limiting hammer - he and his minions appear to be using it to smash terrorists which is a good thing. Hillary wielding the same hammer would be a very dangerous animal.
    On the postive side, remembering that Thomas Jefferson said "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants" she might be good for the tree of liberty. It could use some refreshing.
     
  8. RealGun

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    I have read many assumptions that Bill Clinton would be part of the package. I wonder about that. I can't remember the last time I saw pictures or mention of them together. Anybody got anything? Obviously she didn't divorce the guy because of her ambitions, but last I heard, he lives in New York. You gotta wonder how all that works and whether they would suddenly merge into the White House, God forbid.
     
  9. Stauble

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    i think that if she ran she would win.
    she would certainly win all the states that kerry won, plus ohio which would give her the electoral votes needed to win. she seems to be fooling alot of people as she tries to moderate her positions.
    she will not win a single southern or midwestern state. and im sure that would make my neighbors very angry

    at which point Thomas Jeffersons saying about the tree of liberty will come into effect

    i do hope im wrong about her winning tho
     
  10. lee n. field

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    R. pols do tend to be quite mushy when they're in the majority.
     
  11. el44vaquero

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    Safe to say Bill and Hill haven't "merged" in a long time. I like that quote about the tree of liberty.
     
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    I don't care much about Hillary's sexual preferences. If she and her girlfriend are happy in Washington, well that's great. Bill has a new girlfriend, a Canadian billionaire, to take care of him in Westchester County.

    Given the way the USA is going downhill under Republican 'leadership', I think we need a change.

    We have a bloated military budget, an ineffective national defense, rising unemployment in the middle class, and higher prices for the essentials.
     
  13. Silver Bullet

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    Ridiculous. What happens if the Dems get controls after the 2010 elections, just two years after the 2008 elections ? Do you still have checks and balances, and gridlocks ?

    And even if we had gridlock, that's still a bad thing. I don't see bad gun laws being rolled back during gridlock. At least we've made some progress under Bush.
     
  14. Geno

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    She has already proven how shallow she is...standing' by her "man".

    If Hillary had a scrap of human dignity left in her "soul" she would have walked out of Willy's life when she had the chance.

    Staying the course with a scoundrel like him PROVES fact firm, for me, she'll stay in it with any other low-life politician who will further her cause and her agenda. Frankly, I do not believe that she has either the dignity nor the desire to serve the people in a Democracy.

    In fact, she herself stated a few years back, that America is no longer a Democracy and that Government is too complex for the commoner to understand and that it is best left to those in Congress who understand it.

    I pray to God she does not run! I pray to God that if she runs she loses. And I pray to God if she wins, that I die before I suffer the humiliation of her fornicating my beloved Constitution. She is just about one notch higher on the pecking pole than the anti-Christ! And that is my opinion if you ask me on a good day.

    By the way, it has NOTHING to do with female. I would LOVE to see Condi for President...might even vote for her. Also, it has nothing to do with her being Democratic...I have only voted straight party once. My problem (well I actually have several) :D is that I do not like the Clintons.

    With God as my very serious witness, I swear that they are NO friends of America, nor of Americans, nor of the Constitution. Give the two of them to China. That's where their loyalty lies. We live in greater danger today becuase of the Clintons than we EVER have in our nation's history.

    Does anyone think China could have pulled off space flight without Willy Boy Billy giving them our nation's most powerful computers?! Made their I.C.B.M. missiles pretty darned accurate too.

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  15. Biker

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    I don't see 'bad gun laws' being rolled back now. Bush has said very clearly that he supports the 'assault weapons' ban and would sign it if it crossed his desk. The Repubs have had control for a few years now and have not used that power to repeal a single gun law, including the AWB.
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  16. Sam

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    Hilarious Clinton as presidenT would be a good thing like having hemmoroids removed with a chainsaw would be a good thing.

    Watcha smokin?

    Sam :D
     
  17. bjbarron

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    It's not so much who gets voted in...as who they bring with 'em.

    I remember a 2000 Time Mag piece putting side by side Gore's and Bushies notional appointees if they got elected. Gores choices were all twentysomething greenies...scary. Bushs' were all experienced government types.

    Think about the ideological types she would bring with her, and the types that would win elections by clinging to her (coat?) tails. I don't see any difference between Hill and McCain, but there is a world of difference on who they would bring in with them.

    Hillary can win the nomination, but not the national election. McCain cannot win the nomination, but can win the election. It's a truism that you have to play to your base to get the nomination, then try to run to the center to win the election.

    I don't think we've seen who the choices will be yet. Whoever it is on the winger side...I hope Condi is the VP.
     
  18. I don't think Hillary in any public office at any time is a good thing.
     
  19. Biker

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    Nuthin' like Slick Willy was smokin' and I ain't snortin what Dubya was. I like my beer and Beam
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  20. Silver Bullet

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    I'm going to quote Bartholomew Roberts on another site:

    And this doesn't even include letting the AWB expire. He may have snookered by Democrats by promising to sign the bill if it came to his desk, but he did nothing to promote the renewal. Would Hillary have done nothing ? Will Hillary do nothing ?

    And now the Republican have passed (in the Senate) a bill to relieve manufacturers from spurious lawsuits.

    Can you name any president or administration in the last 100 years who has done more for the cause of AWB ?

    A huge thank you to Bartholomew Roberts.
     
  21. rick_reno

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    I continue to see this - does anyone know what the backup schedule and retention period is on the backed up NICS data? I'm guessing they back up at least daily and have a retention period of forever -making this 90 day/1 day policy useless.
     
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    1 Hill and Bill needed 2 mil to reimburse the Arkansas Education Fund that they illegaly raided for thier presidential run.

    2 Accepted 2 Mil from the Indonesian sattalite corp. Lippo Group, who needed our technology to solve the problem that the Chinese had with thier incredibly unreliable launch systems. Which BTW are the same systems that launch ICBMs.

    3 Went to all kinds of contortions in order to bypass the agencies that refused to sign off on giving this technology to the communist Chinese.

    4 Finally put the technology transfer into the hands of the Commerce Dept, who's role is to sell stuff abroad. So they did, duh.

    5 Relaxed the secrecy rules. Bragged about "Declassifing secrets at a record pace".

    6 Also allowed the sale of supercomputers to China, who needed them, and had been previously illegal.

    Thier goal, and the result they achieved was, Bill and Hill armed our past and future enemy with ICBMs which are pointed at us right now, in order to get elected.


    And some here think herself becoming President(again) would be good for America? *** is wrong with you? :cuss:

    Edit: Sorry Doc2005, I didn't read your post completly. I'm STILL pissed off about this. And the media went bonkers covering that fat POS that Bill nailed, (because they didn't think that it would lead to empeachment) instead of covering the real scandal. Remember when the hearings were held and NOBODY covered them? The media said America didn't care, and/or it was too complicated for our simple minds. I'm not sure which group of traitors I hate more.
     
  23. twoblink

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    My congressman use to ask the question "What can I do for you?"

    I use to reply "If you want to be helpful, DON'T DO ANYTHING." The road to hell is paved by politicians who want to help.

    Hitlery is on the top of that list.

    I use to say, if I ran, my campaign would say "If you elect me, I will leave you the ef** alone!!"
     
  24. I hope the declaration by the Attorney General eventually forces cities and states that violate the 2nd Amendment to reverse their decisions.
     
  25. Alex45ACP

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    You'd get my vote.
     
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