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oh this is new AgerolanAmerican May 2016 #1
Exactly DebDoo May 2016 #4
Has anybody expressed interest in it? Baobab May 2016 #50
Maybe she plans to make history by selecting another Clinton. Chelsea is probably free. Alex4Martinez May 2016 #98
You should know what the laws say about apppointing close relatices to positions in one's riversedge May 2016 #128
^^^^THIS^^^^^ Autumn May 2016 #6
Would not be surprised Duckhunter935 May 2016 #27
ugh...since 'corporations are people' GreatGazoo May 2016 #41
Corporations ARE people, my friend. Lol. Vice President Boeing Inc. elehhhhna May 2016 #96
I think it could be a way to try to appeal to the "anti-establishment" voters... thesquanderer May 2016 #111
DU rec...nt SidDithers May 2016 #2
Du double rec...explained below BootinUp May 2016 #8
She's letting the vulgar talking yam dictate the conversation cali May 2016 #20
I didn't know you were into wrestling Sid workinclasszero May 2016 #32
... SidDithers May 2016 #33
:D workinclasszero May 2016 #34
Your sig pic is absolutely delicious. You always know just the right amount of salt to rub in the Number23 May 2016 #104
Lots of lobbyists to whom she owes a favor. lumberjack_jeff May 2016 #3
Since a corporation is legally a person... Shemp Howard May 2016 #9
The corporation would then have to admit that it's american, and thus subject to taxes and laws. n/t lumberjack_jeff May 2016 #12
Show us your birth certificate, Goldman Sachs! derpderpderp May 2016 #125
Gephard would be perfect -- A posterboy for Democratic Complicity Armstead May 2016 #82
Yup. n/t lumberjack_jeff May 2016 #84
Blankfein! dchill May 2016 #5
Kissenger!!! He's no longer a politician Autumn May 2016 #7
Blankfein could buy a dozen Kissingers... dchill May 2016 #10
Right. I just thought of him since he is her mentor and the close relationship they share Autumn May 2016 #15
Gotta give you that one. dchill May 2016 #17
He would make a great Secretary of State for her. They are very close in foreign policy. Autumn May 2016 #23
Same goes for Jon Corzine AgerolanAmerican May 2016 #11
+1 *snort* dchill May 2016 #18
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or Jamie Dimon. nt antigop May 2016 #14
He's already got the cufflinks for the job! n/t QC May 2016 #53
Think bigger Depaysement May 2016 #31
Chelsea's husband??? nt antigop May 2016 #38
No he's a joke Depaysement May 2016 #39
Whew! I misunderstood what you were saying. Sorry! nt antigop May 2016 #42
Jaysus. She's actually letting trump dictate the conversation. Pitiful cali May 2016 #13
This general, all rules and playbook out the window yeoman6987 May 2016 #135
She's playing on Trump's turf. Dumb as Hell. cali May 2016 #136
Hillary-Trump. Now that should broaden their appeal. leveymg May 2016 #16
It would double their negatives to +/- 120%. dchill May 2016 #19
And two negatives will make a positive! AgerolanAmerican May 2016 #21
LOL! Depaysement May 2016 #37
I just tried to research this so I could get the joke... I now have a headache! bjo59 May 2016 #101
Trigonometry Depaysement May 2016 #106
The product of two negatives is a positive. Can that be right? leveymg May 2016 #25
It's not a product, it's a sum. dchill May 2016 #95
But, they're two squares. leveymg May 2016 #103
Is she running for President or Panderer-in-Chief? cali May 2016 #22
Panderer-in-Chief nt Depaysement May 2016 #44
She's actually better when she's in pandering mode. n/t lumberjack_jeff May 2016 #86
Yes, and I really believe that, lol Duckhunter935 May 2016 #26
what...maybe make it the "Women that slept with my husband" ticket? Jack Bone May 2016 #28
Brutal LOL n/t Holly_Hobby May 2016 #115
Here is a list that I think she would find favorable; SamKnause May 2016 #29
Moving toward Trump some more. aikoaiko May 2016 #30
Interesting. Nt seabeyond May 2016 #35
Well, Hillary called Kim Kardashian "inspirational" and she will certainly draw in millennials Fumesucker May 2016 #36
Yeah but what will happen to Kanye's presidential aspirations Txbluedog May 2016 #40
Or the TayTweets bot. hellofromreddit May 2016 #107
not surprising, given she did not rule out Wall Street Treasury Secretary antigop May 2016 #43
Mark Cuban? Blue_In_AK May 2016 #45
If you want ratings, putting Cuban against Trump would be great for the networks Quixote1818 May 2016 #77
It would be "huuge"! One reality star against another immensely 7wo7rees May 2016 #99
Goldman Sachs!! insta8er May 2016 #46
She's going to pick a lobbyist or a bankster? hobbit709 May 2016 #47
It obviously won't be anyone connected with banks or Wall Street (nt) Nye Bevan May 2016 #52
How is that "obvious" to anyone? (nt) w4rma May 2016 #72
Because Bernie fans see her as too close to Wall Street, Nye Bevan May 2016 #79
If she's picking a "successful businessman", then that can *only* mean someone close to Wall Street. w4rma May 2016 #85
shame, she missed the opportunity. timmymoff May 2016 #102
No, the vast majority of Bernie supporters will vote for Hillary over Trump. Nye Bevan May 2016 #105
wow won't that be a brilliant move to keep bernie voters timmymoff May 2016 #110
She is an idiot. Waiting For Everyman May 2016 #48
That was my very first thought: She's undermining her own "experience" argument. (nt) w4rma May 2016 #73
Except that Trump is not a "successful businessman", Nye Bevan May 2016 #83
Actually, she said that Trump's statements disqualify him, mostly because they are not just R B Garr May 2016 #121
HRC was strong in that MTP interview.... Henhouse May 2016 #49
+1 BootinUp May 2016 #61
She practiced that in front of a mirror... pangaia May 2016 #126
Maybe not a bad idea to have someone on the ticket who's actually got off their ass and created jobs Nye Bevan May 2016 #51
It's pretty comical how fast we went from the MBA President and Deciderer in Chief to Fumesucker May 2016 #67
Great! There's no better example of democracy than business! RufusTFirefly May 2016 #54
So if she were to choose David Allen (aka Skinner), who has built up a successful business, Nye Bevan May 2016 #59
Yes, I definitely would. No offense to Skinner. RufusTFirefly May 2016 #64
ooh, ooh, I know! I know! antigop May 2016 #55
Successful Businessman? Can you sound more Republican than that? kcjohn1 May 2016 #56
Oh come on. Enough with this nonsense. Nye Bevan May 2016 #60
Kim Kardashian is popular, almost as famous as Hillary and has several successful product lines Fumesucker May 2016 #70
Interesting concept, but it won't be two women on the ticket. Nye Bevan May 2016 #74
I'm not all that fond of quota systems... Fumesucker May 2016 #81
You really can't. Would a Republican have a different response? Juicy_Bellows May 2016 #89
I don't like this. Turin_C3PO May 2016 #57
Damn....It might get even worse? nruthie May 2016 #58
While a minority of constitutional experts disagree, Nye Bevan May 2016 #62
A Shout Out To Her Nervous Financial Backers? pmorlan1 May 2016 #63
One if the Koch bros or Jamie Dimon. Katashi_itto May 2016 #65
Smart move. nt msanthrope May 2016 #66
Gates, could it be Bill Gates? Hmmmm....kind of a cleaned up version of Bill. n/t Peregrine Took May 2016 #68
Camille Paglia? 6chars May 2016 #69
I know. She'll pick Donald Trump. SheilaT May 2016 #71
And you forgot to mention that they are already long time friends. -none May 2016 #90
Oh yes! SheilaT May 2016 #91
She's considering some ego-inflated, billionaire oligarch. (nt) w4rma May 2016 #75
I think I know who she has in mind: Ross Perot andym May 2016 #76
Probably on Wall Street. Tierra_y_Libertad May 2016 #78
Jeff Bezos? Jim Walton? Alice Walton? the possibilities are endless azurnoir May 2016 #80
Bezos is incredibly smart and successful, but I don't think there's any way he wants the job. Nye Bevan May 2016 #87
yes he has been building Amazon alright azurnoir May 2016 #92
I try to avoid them after the Washington Post became a stream of lies. Bluenorthwest May 2016 #94
Bezos is a fucking Libertarian who runs sweatshops and horrid offices. chascarrillo May 2016 #114
I am with Harry Reid on this one! Peacetrain May 2016 #88
Hillary should pick Donald and Donald should pick Hillary!!! k8conant May 2016 #93
Jay -Z Algernon Moncrieff May 2016 #97
Successful businesspeople? Fawke Em May 2016 #100
It will be a wide ranging and fully openminded search process, before we select Julian Castro Warren DeMontague May 2016 #108
If she puts Snoop Dogg on the ticket, I will contribute to her campaign. Warren DeMontague May 2016 #109
Blunts for everyone! apnu May 2016 #112
I'm sure the Brock crowd would wet their conventional DC wisdom pants Warren DeMontague May 2016 #113
George Clooney appalachiablue May 2016 #116
I can live with that Nonhlanhla May 2016 #131
that was my first thought too! imaginary girl May 2016 #134
Interesting that this happened on the same day this came out by Mark Cuban stevenleser May 2016 #117
How about Stan Lee...? First Speaker May 2016 #118
Why is it always business people as "outsiders?" DemocraticWing May 2016 #119
That's just wonderful. A 70 year old woman with a history of medical probs may choose jillan May 2016 #120
How did Hillary get to seventy so fast? oasis May 2016 #122
If she wins the Presidency she will be 69, by the end of her first year she will be 70. jillan May 2016 #137
Jeff Bezos, maybe? He's western and Hispanic (sort of) Recursion May 2016 #123
I imagine some hedge fund manager. Nt Logical May 2016 #124
YEA HILLARY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO HILLARY!!!!!! pangaia May 2016 #127
Probably a corporate Walmart lawyer. . B Calm May 2016 #129
Olivia Pope?? Sancho May 2016 #130
What, like Bill Gates or someone? gollygee May 2016 #132
Goldman Sachs as VP? Corporations are people after all. Katashi_itto May 2016 #133
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