Donald Trump's Idiotic Oil Ideas

Possible 2012 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made outrageous comments about oil, Libya and OPEC in a CNN interview with Candy Crowley.

 

What DID GOP really think of McCain? (MOST FLAWED EVER?)

JOHN McCAIN
THE MOST FLAWED PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN HISTORY

It is now clear that what is left of the Republicon Party, after being fatally poisoned by the Bush administration, intents to commit suicide by nominating Senator John McCain (R-Hanoi) for the presidency. Where do I start?

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Lou Dobbs: 61% want Hillary to run as Independent

On CNN, Lou Dobbs website:

Do you believe Senator Hillary Clinton should run as an Independent candidate for President?

Yes 61%  
No 39%  

link here:

http://loudobbs.tv.cnn.com/

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Vice Presidential Profile: Hillary Clinton (Sen-NY)

This is the twelfth and final entry in our series of profiles regarding Barack Obama's most likely candidates for the vice presidential nomination.  You can view our previous entires here.  Come back next week as we take a detailed look at the possible candidates for an Obama cabinet.  Your favorite candidates that did not appear in our two week long series here, may very well show up in our cabinet profiles.  Tomorrow I will boil down all that we have learned and make my predictions.  Don't forget to vote in our poll.

Hillary Clinton: former first lady and current senator from New York.  Is she on Obama's short list?  Frankly, none of us know, but given how close she managed to keep this primary season, and the fervency of her supporters, no list of possible vice presidential candidates is complete without her.  George Stephanopoulos described an Obama/Clinton pairing as "a dream ticket."  But many Obama supporters consider it a nightmare.  Before we render judgment, let's look at the strengths she brings to an Obama campaign, as well as those qualities which cause us deep concern.

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Vice Presidential Profiles: Hillary Clinton (Sen-NY)

This is the twelfth and final entry in our series of profiles regarding Barack Obama's most likely candidates for the vice presidential nomination.  You can view our previous entires here.  Come back next week as we take a detailed look at the possible candidates for an Obama cabinet.  Your favorite candidates that did not appear in our two week long series here, may very well show up in our cabinet profiles.  Tomorrow I will boil down all that we have learned and make my predictions.  Don't forget to vote in our poll.

Hillary Clinton: former first lady and current senator from New York.  Is she on Obama's short list?  Frankly, none of us know, but given how close she managed to keep this primary season, and the fervency of her supporters, no list of possible vice presidential candidates is complete without her.  George Stephanopoulos described an Obama/Clinton pairing as "a dream ticket."  But many Obama supporters consider it a nightmare.  Before we render judgment, let's look at the strengths she brings to an Obama campaign, as well as those qualities which cause us deep concern.

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