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WhaTHellsgoingonhere

(5,252 posts)
36. so what's the concern about HRC vs Dem?
Wed Dec 17, 2014, 12:30 AM
Dec 2014

If Dem > HRC can't Dem beat a Republican who is going to get crushed by HRC? Or is this like college football, where transitivity does not apply: Team A beat Team B, Team B beat Team C, therefore Team A is better Team C (false)

I just don't understand why Hillary supporters are afraid of a challenge from a progressive candidate.

I love it! leftofcool Dec 2014 #1
The findings among 18-19 year olds is encouraging... DemocratSinceBirth Dec 2014 #3
These stupid polls mean shit it's all about those keys to the WH bigdarryl Dec 2014 #13
Those numbers suggest she's getting some Repub votes as well. JaneyVee Dec 2014 #2
I think many Republican women will vote for her. leftofcool Dec 2014 #4
Oh yeah good point. That makes sense. JaneyVee Dec 2014 #5
At least the Rethug ones who don't vote the way their husbands tell them to. leftofcool Dec 2014 #8
DU rec... SidDithers Dec 2014 #6
She hasn't even declared and yet somewhere leftofcool Dec 2014 #7
Karl Rove "beats her up" every chance he gets. DemocratSinceBirth Dec 2014 #9
Generic Dem 37% > Generic GOPer 35% Hari Seldon Dec 2014 #10
And I want my every four year laugh fest! MoonRiver Dec 2014 #11
So it's goes from more or less a pickem or the D being the slightest of favorites DemocratSinceBirth Dec 2014 #12
if that's the range of choices we end up with, god help us tk2kewl Dec 2014 #14
+1 Scuba Dec 2014 #16
HRC over 50, Warren ? n/t librechik Dec 2014 #15
HRC - 51, Washington Generals - 49. Scuba Dec 2014 #17
If HRC becomes President she will be on the starting team for the Washington Generals. stillwaiting Dec 2014 #18
The same fast train, but with a couple of civil rights "bones" thrown to us along with the crumbs. Scuba Dec 2014 #20
Do the math. Support the candidate most likely to secure the Presidency and prevent Republican Fred Sanders Dec 2014 #19
Makes sense to me DemocratSinceBirth Dec 2014 #22
Yes. If Clinton has a lock on the White House then I am going to help her with the keys. Fred Sanders Dec 2014 #23
They will desperately try to make it a race. DemocratSinceBirth Dec 2014 #24
This is like a poll of whether people would want to eat a garter snake or a rattle snake... cascadiance Dec 2014 #27
I do not rule out the invisible hand of the mass media manipulating the nver ending election season Fred Sanders Dec 2014 #29
Sorry, but if you don't want the corporate fascism of the TPP, then Warren not Hillary is the answer cascadiance Dec 2014 #34
I hear your frustration and call for revolution, the thing is if Democrats does not support someone Fred Sanders Dec 2014 #50
The only "work" TPP needs is a veto signature! cascadiance Dec 2014 #53
...because DU is such an accurate barometer of real voters brooklynite Dec 2014 #37
Evidence that polls like this are useless even a year from now? cascadiance Dec 2014 #39
You did READ that poll, right? brooklynite Dec 2014 #41
Do you understand the concept of "name recognition"? cascadiance Dec 2014 #42
Believe what you want, if it makes you happy... brooklynite Dec 2014 #43
And keep trying to dismiss her. It just makes us feel Warren that much more stronger... cascadiance Dec 2014 #45
Nope, not gonna do it. Mr. 88 will not support anyone but the best progressive. NYC_SKP Dec 2014 #32
I think that margin is actually going to grow once folks get a hard glimpse at a full GOP congress stevenleser Dec 2014 #21
Looks great. Support your dem candidate. NCTraveler Dec 2014 #25
So according to this... 99Forever Dec 2014 #26
Oprah Winfrey-91% Ron Paul-9% Capt. Obvious Dec 2014 #28
Kick & recommend. William769 Dec 2014 #30
i hope this puts the idea here that she can't win to bed. hrmjustin Dec 2014 #31
I wanna know: A three legged badger versus five angry penguins. Who's gonna win that one? NYC_SKP Dec 2014 #33
Here Is the thing Robbins Dec 2014 #35
so what's the concern about HRC vs Dem? WhaTHellsgoingonhere Dec 2014 #36
If you think that will keep up, you're crazy PAProgressive28 Dec 2014 #38
She is trouncing Republicans! Great! Beausoir Dec 2014 #40
Hillary Clinton's sole talent lies in snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. True Blue Door Dec 2014 #44
Two Senate wins...17 million Presidential Primary votes... brooklynite Dec 2014 #46
(rolleyes). Fine, do what you want. True Blue Door Dec 2014 #47
Are there numbers for how TBF Dec 2014 #48
Willard should run! BootinUp Dec 2014 #49
With 213% of the vote, how could she lose? Glassunion Dec 2014 #51
And once the positions start coming in how many of those 18-29 year olds will jump ship? Savannahmann Dec 2014 #52
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