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"The allegory more, in my opinion, shows how close Democracy is to Communism and how…"

John C. Stewart replied Feb 12, 2014 to The Privileged People

15 Feb 12, 2014
Reply by Eileen G. Jones


"They're acting just like feral animals, when they smell blood, they'll eat their own…"

John C. Stewart replied Feb 10, 2014 to Dems Now Targeting the Inspector General Who Spoke Out Against IRS Targeting

28 Feb 12, 2014
Reply by Frankmusic


"I didn't know there was a poster girl(?) for stupid and illogical."

John C. Stewart replied Feb 7, 2014 to Democrat's Bold Defense of ObamaCare Job-Killer: Nobody Really Wants a Job Promotion, Anyway...

29 Feb 8, 2014
Reply by Fr. James Rosselli


"Holder knows an awful lot about forgiving criminals from punishment. Refering to Hol…"

John C. Stewart replied Jan 31, 2014 to Justice Dept. Starts Quest for Drug Inmates to Be Freed

25 Feb 2, 2014
Reply by MAK


"I already know the state of the union is, this will be Goebbel's version."

John C. Stewart replied Jan 28, 2014 to Question of the Day

181 Jan 30, 2014
Reply by Jeff Noncent

"Why is anybody in DC thinking of replacing this travesty called obamacare? The gover…"


25 Jan 28, 2014
Reply by Stephen A. Kent

"All the GOP has to do is start thing Patriotic and stop thinking Monetary."

John C. Stewart replied Jan 23, 2014 to Politics: GOP establishment: Quit attacking the Tea Party and deliver some results

56 Jan 26, 2014


"This tyrant makes Nixon look good, but aren't they all narcissists and power mongers."

John C. Stewart replied Jan 19, 2014 to The Root of Obama’s Imperious Presidency

95 Jan 23, 2014
Reply by Robert Caleb Potter


"Their view, once overt now covert, seems to align with their hero ADOLPH."

John C. Stewart replied Jan 19, 2014 to Illiberal progressive socialists and their Final Solution for America

35 Jan 20, 2014
Reply by BarbaraFrame-Love


"He has already given an open view into his character, narcissistic."

John C. Stewart replied Jan 19, 2014 to The next 12 months will shape Marco Rubio's choice for 2016

50 Jan 19, 2014
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Image result for puke happy faceWatch: Hillary Clinton Says She’s ‘Deluged’ With Requests To Run Again

Hillary Clinton says she is “deluged” with requests to try another run for president and has still not completely ruled out joining the crowded field of 2020 Democrat candidates.

The former U.S. Secretary of State has repeatedly avoided categorically stepping out of the race for the White House – or directly into it, for that matter.

During media appearances in the UK last month, Clinton twice hinted she may make a belated push on the basis she claims so many people want to see her on the national stage once more.

Speaking on the BBC’s Graham Norton Show in London last Friday, Clinton confirmed she would “have to make up my mind really quickly” if she was going to join the race.

When pushed to respond if she would make a run for the White House for a third time, she prevaricated and avoided a direct reply, instead responding with: “As I say, never, never, never say never.”

She did concede she would need to make up her mind “really quickly” about whether or not to jump into the presidential race.

Clinton has already missed the filing deadline for the first primary in New Hampshire but there is no deadline for the next caucuses in Iowa in early February.

Responding to Norton, Clinton said she had been “deluged” over the last few weeks thinking about running again, but added that, “right now, I’m not, at all, planning that.”

Norton asked: “The rumour mill is flying that you could step back into the ring.”

Clinton replied: “I hear that. I have been deluged the last few weeks with thinking about doing that, but right now I’m not at all planning that.”

Last month Clinton told BBC Radio 5 Live she was under “enormous pressure” to consider a 2020 White House run.

When asked about her future in politics, Clinton said, “I feel a sense of responsibility partly because you know my name was on the ballot, I got more votes, but ended up losing to the current incumbent in the White House who I think is really undermining our democracy in very fundamental ways. And I want to retire him.”

When asked if she is absolutely ruling it out, Clinton said, “ I will certainly tell you. I’m under enormous pressure from many, many, many people to think about it. But as of this moment, sitting here in this studio talking to you, that is absolutely not in my plans.”

Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, are currently in London promoting their new co-authored book – The Book Of Gutsy Women: Favourite Stories Of Courage And Resilience.

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