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Published: Tuesday, July 30 2013 7:18 a.m. MDT

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worf
Mcallen, TX

Hillary has stated on many occasions that she will not be running for president.

You cannot doubt a Clinton word.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

@worf
You just have to be clear about the definition of the words. "Is" can be a tough one to comprehend.

worf
Mcallen, TX

This will be another test of our common sense.

I have often compared voters to sheep,-blindly following the liberal press. It's the press who decide our president.

The liberal press will extol Hillary, and most likely win the election for her.

Through history, the most unnatural deaths, poverty, and suffering have come from governments, and citizens have seldom install honest leaders.

Irony Guy
Bountiful, Utah

Mrs. Clinton will swamp any Republican in sight. The GOP has lost its mind and with it the support of the American people.

Grundle
West Jordan, UT

"Mrs. Clinton will swamp any Republican in sight." - I believe you are correct in this statement. Not for the reasons I think you believe.

We find the novelty of minority, gender, or sexual preference far more important than the very real issues that need to be addressed.

I believe that Hillary Clinton would be a step up from our current president but still far short of being the best person for the job.

I don't think the GOP has lost its mind...I believe our country has lost it's mind.

atl134
Salt Lake City, UT

@worf
She hasn't said she wouldn't be running, she's said she hasn't made that determination yet (mostly because Iowa caucuses aren't for another 2.5 years).

worf
Mcallen, TX

@atl134--

Pay attention. She has said,-she won't be running for president.

The press will decide our next president. If they wanted Zimmerman, or Weiner,--they could put them in. It'll probably Hillary. They'll snowball what ever Republican to come along.

Kalindra
Salt Lake City, Utah

@ worf: Kind of like when Romney said he would not be running in the 2012 election, right?

worf
Mcallen, TX

@Kalindra--what's Romney got to do with this?

People excuse Obama by snowballing George Bush. Now you excuse Hillary by snowballing Romney?

It's like a teenager saying "but, everybody else is doing it".

Tators
Hyrum, UT

Good grief! Hillary will be an old, worn-out politician by 2016. She offers no new ideas in countering the present problems in American society. Granted, she is semi-articulate. And in hindsight, that was all that was required to get our present president elected. Many articulately stated, but seldom kept promises. A promised most transparent administration that is anything but. A promise to break the gridlock in Washington that has only become worse... much worse. Why in the name of common sense would we want to elect someone who totally endorses these current and obviously failed policies?? On top of that, her health has become questionable.

When all is said and done, that will be a total waste of a million dollars.

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