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Next President of the United Fates of America
Quote:... a fucking mess in the Republican Candidates political playpen ...

my comments.
There are too many Republican candidates, as usual.
They are going to eat each other up slowly but surely. 
Bush has all the money, 
and it is difficult to say how that money will play out when they start using it,
but of all the Republican candidates he currently has the worst case of foot in mouth syndrome,
followed not too far by Rand Paul. 

Right now, Bush is all namby pamby with bullshit "middle of the road" policy statements, 
thinking he has the Ace in the Hole.

Rand Paul remains a riddle wrapped in a what the fuck.

Ted Cruz is like a sociopath in a chariot out on his tirade du jour

Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Donald Dump and all the rest should just go home and STFU. 

Santorum and Huckabee join the race to generate more :yakfight: for superfluous national media coverage.

Ruibio and Walker remain the two One Eyed Jacks wild,
with that one eye each,
mainly on each other in the current political melee.

Walker is unelectable.
Ted Cruz is unelectable.
Rand Paul is a ball of confusion.
Bush just plain really sucks, and even Ann Coulter cannot stand him. Rofl

Rubio has the slim chance of coming out of nowhere like Obama did,
and sending Bush packing.

He can't beat Clinton either.

Romney should have run again, that bitch Coulter was right,
and she picks Walker as the alternative,
"hating all the rest" ...

In the meantime,
the Dynamic Duo is prime timing the media heat in ... people politi-ganda.

Hillary Clinton calls for mandatory police body cameras, end 'era of mass incarceration'

Quote:"We should make sure that every police department in the country 
has body cameras to record interaction between offices on patrol and suspects, 
that will improve transparency and accountability 
and it will help protect good people on both sides of the lens," Clinton said, 
calling for body cameras to be the "norm everywhere."

Among Clinton's other prescriptions: probation reform, 
bolstering treatment for mental health and drug addiction 
and looking at alternative sentences for lesser offenses, 
specifically those committed by young people.
"And please, please, lets us put mental health back on the top of our national agenda," 
Clinton said. 
"Our prisons and our jails are now our mental health institutions."

... reforms she said that need to be felt "on our streets, 
in our courthouses, 
in our jails and prisons, 
in communities too long neglected."

Clinton linked the need for reforms to income inequality issue, too, 
an issue her campaign has said she will champion on the trail.
"We also have to be honest about gaps that exists across out country, 
the inequality that stalks our streets," she said, 
arguing that good policing will only do so much if issues like unemployment and poverty 
are not also addressed.

The presidential candidate called for federal funds being spent to "bolster best practices" 
not "to buy weapons of war that have no place on our streets.
Her suggestion come after many on the left and right have questioned 
the militarization of law enforcement during protests in Ferguson, Missouri last year.

And here is where the dynamic duo aspect arises.
Bill Clinton on TV admitting to his own failure on over incarceration policies he created,
yielding political dominance to the new improved Hillary Clinton,
as she cashes in on current national sentiment,
as the: 
Care - Bear candidate Whip with Boo Boo Billy Bear taking the heat.

Quote:Clinton's stance on criminal justice has changed with the times. 
As first lady, she lobbied for her husband's 1994 crime bill, 
parts of which are now viewed as counterproductive to reducing crime.
The former secretary of state also called for 
ending policies of mass incarcerations, 
arguing that "missing husbands, missing fathers, missing brothers" 
level "profound consequences" on families.

"Keeping them behind bars does little to reduce crimes 
but it does a lot to tear apart families and communities," 
Clinton said of low-level offenders. 
"We need to start understanding how important it is to care for every single child
as though that child was our own. "

She added: "It is time to change our approach. 

It is time to end the era of mass incarceration. 
We need a true national debate about how to reduce our prison population 
while keeping our communities safe."

"We need a true national debate about how to reduce our prison population 
while keeping our communities safe."

The Ace in Hole and the two One Eyed Jacks are trailing in her dust fast.

You cannot argue with her statement there.
The lock em up and throw the key away system is over.
There are far too many prisoners, and communities want to feel safe.

She is smart, knows when to take advantage of a prison system destined to fail,
it   costs   too   much   money   to   jail    all   the  drug  offenders   Anon

The Ace in Hole and the two One Eyed Jacks are trailing in her dust fast.

The only thing that can undo Hillary, 
would be Hillary herself,
in a flashfuck news event fiasco of her own mistakes or making.
And though she is made of teflon coated titanium,
she is still vulnerable, and got beaten by Obama --- who whooped up on Romney.


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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - by Vianova - 05-07-2015, 04:47 AM

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