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Rumor: Barack Obama Will Not Run for President in 2012, Opening the Way for Hillary Clinton


Meh, though I’d love to see him step aside and into the annals of history, I doubt that someone as proud as Obama has the strength and mental capacity to humble himself enough to allow someone else to run.  If, by some sheer miracle, he did it would certainly give the Democrats a fighting chance in 2012.  What America needs right now however is a true, strong conservative who knows how to get the country out of the hole that was and is Barack Obama.  And I seriously doubt there is any Democrat who even comes close to fitting that bill …

“A source I have known for over 20 years has ties to people high up in the intel world.

He called last night… he was talking so fast that I had to slow him down.

He said that Washington DC knows it already and it should start appearing in various newspapers soon…

He doesn’t know what excuse they are going to use to force Obama to step down… maybe a scandal… maybe his birth certificate, maybe cancer. But he will be forced to step down and since Hillary needs to gear up for the election… she will need to start asap.

You do remember that she is the most popular politician in the WORLD. When I read those headlines a few months ago, I figured the power elite was getting ready to put her in the Oval Office.

Then I found out that the 22nd amendment… the one that only allows a president two elected terms… says NOTHING about putting a president in to be a place holder until the next election.

In other words, it is possible under our Constitution and the Amendments for Bill to finish out the last year of Obama’s term.” Read more.

Democratic pollsters – President Obama ‘should step aside and let Hillary Clinton run for president’ – “Barack Obama should make way for Hillary Clinton to run for president next year, two top Democratic pollsters claimed today. Despite the Secretary of State’s insistence that she has no plans to try again, her supporters claim she would now be the clear choice to unite the party and be a more effective leader. Writing in today’s Wall Street Journal, Doug Schoen, a former Bill Clinton aide, and Pat Caddell, who worked for Jimmy Carter, claimed there were precedents for Mr Obama stepping down after one term in the White House. Both Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson both decided not to run again. ‘He should abandon his candidacy for re-election in favor of a clear alternative, one capable not only of saving the Democratic Party, but more important, of governing effectively…” Read more.

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  1. 11/23/2011 at 12:44 AM

    Don’t believe it.

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  2. ICA
    11/23/2011 at 10:05 PM

    I’d want him to remain in the race anyway since (in my mind) it would pretty much ensure a GOP win in 2012. (I think a solid GOP ticket would be Newt Gingrich and Allen West for VP). I’m very forgiving though and don’t hold Newt’s past against him since he’s asked for forgiveness. Not sure how others would feel, but he is definitely the sharpest knife in the drawer.

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  3. Kurt J
    11/23/2011 at 11:44 PM

    You’re right, sharpest knife. I would vote for him if he’s the candidate, though I don’t like many things he’s done. He won’t win, IMOAISSMTB (In my opinion as I’ve stated so many times before). But of course we’ll have to have an election before we know for sure. Allen West would be awesome, but I haven’t heard his name discussed as VP candidate.

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  4. ICA
    11/23/2011 at 11:48 PM

    As of today, he’s polling at the top (and I think he’s going to get Palin’s endorsement). Can’t wait to see what happens in Iowa.

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