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2016 Postmortem

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Yes. yallerdawg Jun 2016 #1
Nope.... sheshe2 Jun 2016 #53
She can be much more of a force as Senate majority leader. Tens of times more of a force. tonyt53 Jun 2016 #2
Same thoughts here too! n/t RKP5637 Jun 2016 #6
She is not likely to be majority leader. LiberalFighter Jun 2016 #9
I'd rather have her in the Senate but she is one of very few who would help with Hillary's extreme Vote2016 Jun 2016 #76
Yes. Warren DeMontague Jun 2016 #3
No, two firsts rarely happen Reter Jun 2016 #4
I dunno -- we've had two men FOREVER... Sparkly Jun 2016 #7
Yes, and after all these years, both happen in one year? Reter Jun 2016 #23
Careful; It will be unfairly implied that you are sexist. Chasstev365 Jun 2016 #8
That's why I wrote it shouldn't matter Reter Jun 2016 #21
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I'm going to say no. Scootaloo Jun 2016 #5
Not this cycle Lance Bass esquire Jun 2016 #10
That's the sweetest breath of fresh air. avaistheone1 Jun 2016 #24
Tulsi Gabbard to reunite the party. kpola12 Jun 2016 #11
No way HarmonyRockets Jun 2016 #34
On what? democrattotheend Jun 2016 #42
It's not just what she has said, but how she said it. HarmonyRockets Jun 2016 #49
Here is an article about her that shows what you're talking about. athena Jun 2016 #69
Yes, with an economic role. Metric System Jun 2016 #12
As usual rock Jun 2016 #13
No for two reasons bbrady42 Jun 2016 #14
Mass law requires an election to fill the vacancy left-of-center2012 Jun 2016 #18
Remember the last time that happened? longship Jun 2016 #25
Hopefully my state learns this time Capt. Obvious Jun 2016 #60
He happened because it was an off year election. Cobalt Violet Jun 2016 #64
Well, they have a GOP governor. longship Jun 2016 #67
Don't think Elizabeth would accept...would be smart not to. InAbLuEsTaTe Jun 2016 #15
Al Franken Generic Brad Jun 2016 #16
I would go for Al Franken. longship Jun 2016 #26
Massachusetts is a highly Democratic northern state democrattotheend Jun 2016 #37
Al Franken is a DCLer Pastiche423 Jun 2016 #74
She is far more valuable in the Senate. Big Blue Marble Jun 2016 #17
Yes toshiba783 Jun 2016 #19
Unsure... Mike Nelson Jun 2016 #20
Let's get this straight right now. longship Jun 2016 #22
It depends on the relationship with the president democrattotheend Jun 2016 #39
Again, NO! Just no. We need Warren in the US Senate. longship Jun 2016 #43
^^^^ THIS RIGHT HERE!! ^^^^^ Jack Bone Jun 2016 #57
GOP Governor has no say! Capt. Obvious Jun 2016 #61
I know. longship Jun 2016 #63
no msongs Jun 2016 #27
Yes, then I would no longer worry if Hillary had to leave office...for whatever reason virtualobserver Jun 2016 #28
If she did I Might consider voting for her. srobert Jun 2016 #29
I don't see her bringing much to the ticket Recursion Jun 2016 #30
re: "Clinton will want somebody...further right." Hard to keep Sanders folk motivated that way. nt thesquanderer Jun 2016 #32
Sanders folk are not who Clinton is worried about. I know that's hard to hear but it's true. Recursion Jun 2016 #33
re "Even if she takes the states Sanders won in the primary" -- not the issue. thesquanderer Jun 2016 #35
Bernie would be an Albatross in Florida kennetha Jun 2016 #40
Triangulating already? azurnoir Jun 2016 #52
Counting to 270 Recursion Jun 2016 #55
The first progressive in the White House reached that position through VP andym Jun 2016 #31
And how old was Teddy when he became POTUS? longship Jun 2016 #44
What does age have to do with it? andym Jun 2016 #47
Age? Everything when the next in succession is Speaker Paul Ryan. longship Jun 2016 #58
You mean young enough to last as President should they need to become President. andym Jun 2016 #68
You make good points... longship Jun 2016 #70
It really depends democrattotheend Jun 2016 #36
Makes total sense beltanefauve Jun 2016 #41
Too Old kennetha Jun 2016 #38
I'd just prefer someone not born in the 1940s. BlueStater Jun 2016 #45
A young boomer wouldn't be bad kennetha Jun 2016 #48
No. I'd like her to pick someone relatively young who could be elected POTUS in 2024. Garrett78 Jun 2016 #46
No, she's a former Republican who presumably voted for Reagan!? ContinentalOp Jun 2016 #50
I don't care either way. nt Live and Learn Jun 2016 #51
She should be president TSIAS Jun 2016 #54
She's more valuable (and powerful) in the Senate. dchill Jun 2016 #56
I like her, but no. auntpurl Jun 2016 #59
I'd rather Warren stay in the Senate (nt) bigwillq Jun 2016 #62
Warren is a demagogue. joshcryer Jun 2016 #65
No, we need to keep every senator we have and not look for ways to lose another seat. B Calm Jun 2016 #66
I can't overstate how strongly I oppose that. Lizzie Poppet Jun 2016 #71
Two white women in their late sixties? No. Nye Bevan Jun 2016 #72
Regradless, Warren should not bend over Ferd Berfel Jun 2016 #73
No Pastiche423 Jun 2016 #75
Message auto-removed Name removed Jun 2016 #77
That would be embarrassing demwing Jun 2016 #79
Last year, when many of us were begging her to run, SheilaT Jun 2016 #80
No, Warren should stay in Rincewind Jun 2016 #81
No No No No No AntiBank Jun 2016 #82
Biden as a one term caretaker VP AntiBank Jun 2016 #83
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