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    If Hillary is picked as running mate (VP)

    How do you think it would effect the general election of the Democrat nominee picks Hillary Clinton as running mate for the VP spot.

    Will she hurt the ticket or will she help it, in bringing out people to vote who failed to in 2016 as an act of repentance?

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    Hillary Clinton checks almost no boxes for a VP candidate. Stacey Abrams is the front runner for running mate.

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    Hillary Clinton is not even on the island anymore.

    Elizabeth Warren has made back room deals with both Biden and Sanders to be VP if they win. So she doesn't vote them off the island.

    When Biden wins, he will select Warren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don2 (Don1 Revised) View Post
    Hillary Clinton is not even on the island anymore.

    Elizabeth Warren has made back room deals with both Biden and Sanders to be VP if they win. So she doesn't vote them off the island.

    When Biden wins, he will select Warren.
    Hillary has been inserting herself lately. It would have been nice had she been silent until the nominee was chosen and then voiced support for whoever that is, but that's not how she is playing things.

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    People are nervous that a McGovern situation is realigning in the stars. So Bloomberg popped in and Clinton is giving some "input".

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    I think Biden may select Yang (he has adopted a few of Yang's talking points) or Klobuchar or some relatively unknown who won't overshadow him. Warren would be a good pick too though I agree. Hillary should have picked her. She will bring some progressive image to the ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly_Penguin View Post
    I think Biden may select Yang (he has adopted a few of Yang's talking points) or Klobuchar or some relatively unknown who won't overshadow him. Warren would be a good pick too though I agree. Hillary should have picked her. She will bring some progressive image to the ticket.
    What is it with Yang and you? Yang has been in the basement forever, and unlike Biden in '08, has no DC experience or really anything that would help a ticket. Yang would be a much worse selection than Kaine was for Clinton.

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    I think that Clinton would be doused in gasoline and set on fire if she tried to get anywhere near the ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer View Post
    I think that Clinton would be doused in gasoline and set on fire if she tried to get anywhere near the ticket.
    They'd try to set her on fire, but she is too stubborn to actually catch on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Higgins View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer View Post
    I think that Clinton would be doused in gasoline and set on fire if she tried to get anywhere near the ticket.
    They'd try to set her on fire, but she is too stubborn to actually catch on fire.
    Actually, if you believe Bernie bros TM and the right, Mrs. Clinton is fine with fire since fire is the devil's friend.

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