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ModerateGOP26 October 14th, 2013 12:30am

To make the poll more interesting, let's skip over Hillary ... Who do you think would have a better chance of being elected in the 2016 general election (out of the Democrats)?

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ModerateGOP26 Maine
10/13/13 6:47 pm

Are any Democrats worried Warren might be too liberal? She would certainly energize the progressive base, but she might turn off independents.

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SugarShaq
10/13/13 6:59 pm

What has she done? Can't get an answer on that one.

political Georgia
10/13/13 7:04 pm

Biden is pretty liberal himself....

ModerateGOP26 Maine
10/13/13 7:47 pm

Yeah, good point. He didn't seem that far left before Obama started his time in office.

When did I ever say she's done anything? Her name is simply mentioned a lot and the Left (group that votes in the primaries) likes her.

SugarShaq
10/13/13 8:00 pm

I am not challenging you. I am simply wondering what her qualifications for president are.

ModerateGOP26 Maine
10/13/13 8:03 pm

I'd never vote for her in a trillion years, so I couldn't tell you. Haha.

Arkansas123 Neoconservative
10/13/13 8:18 pm

She is half-fake-Native-American.

Ebola1 Florida
10/13/13 6:30 pm

I don't know what to think about anyone who would even consider Joe Biden as a candidate. It terrifies me that he is a heartbeat away from the Presidency. Since his stroke he has clearly lost a lot of judgement.

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SugarShaq
10/13/13 6:28 pm

What has Elizabeth warren done? These two are the best dems can do?

And I don't think it's going to be Hillary.

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pweeks33
10/14/13 2:53 am

Elizabeth Warren has played a substantial role in the economic recovery of the nation following the 2008 collapse. She was appointed to help construct the Temporary Asset Relief Program (which basically saved investors like AIG) and worked on the

pweeks33
10/14/13 2:57 am

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau before running for Senate.

ModerateGOP26 Maine
10/14/13 5:52 am

You won't find many tea partiers applauding her fiscal efforts, but it does seem that she's earned quite a bit of respect in the progressive camp when it comes to her Wall Street reform ideas.

pweeks33
10/14/13 6:00 am

I meant it in the general sense of responding to the crisis. There's no need to respond in a sarcastic way when it was YOU who asked the question in the first place.

pweeks33
10/14/13 6:02 am

Agreed, Mod. I don't think she is necessarily ready for the job of POTUS, but her ideas of common-sense regulation and her expertise in financial law makes her compelling candidate.

skinner Wisconsin
10/13/13 6:21 pm

Please, please! Anyone but Warren! Elect Lucifer first!

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