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Bush-Clinton Dynasty Dominates Presidential Poll

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Kurt Nimmo
Prison Planet.com
December 28, 2014

If the 2016 presidential election was held today, Jeb Bush would square off against Hillary Clinton.

At least, that’s what a CNN poll states.

Liberals are behind Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren but her anti-bankster rhetoric is too much for the political class. She comes in a distant second on the Democrat side.

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It’s more of a mixed bag in the Republican column. Jeb Bush holds the lead, followed by Chris Christie, the governor of Maryland.

Unfortunately, the quasi-libertarian side of the party is showing poorly, if we can believe CNN’s numbers. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul grabbed a meager 6% while Ted Cruz came in dead last at 4%.

Unless something significant happens between now and November, 2016 two dynastic candidates will dominate the race.

Some Republicans insist there is no way Jeb Bush will capture the nomination. He’s too liberal on many issues. Previous contenders, however, including John McCain and Mitt Romney, were elevated by their party despite less than conservative records.

As for the Democrats, there has long been little doubt Hillary Clinton will be the candidate. Many liberals see Clinton has more “hawkish,” that is likely to advocate military intervention, than other potential candidates.

“In terms of foreign policy, Clinton might be a great deal more of an interventionist than President Obama and more willing to send U.S. troops to faraway lands than Rand Paul or Jeb Bush,” writes H. A. Goodman for the liberal Huffington Post.

Clinton will also continue the economic policies destroying America. “As for reigning in Wall Street to prevent a future collapse, that’s not likely to happen under another Clinton presidency. Unlike Elizabeth Warren, the former first lady has strong ties to investment banks, making the likelihood of any CEOs serving jail time for potential illegal activity in 2008 a virtual impossibility.”

Jeb Bush is also a Wall Street candidate. “If it turns out to be Jeb versus Hillary we would love that and either outcome would be fine,” a “top Republican-leaning Wall Street lawyer” told Politico in April.

This article was posted: Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 10:00 am

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