Hillary Clinton Trounces Rick Perry or Mitt Romney

Thursday, October 27, 2011

In a hypothetical race, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would trounce either Rick Perry or Mitt Romney in a head-to-head match up for president in 2012.

According to TIME Inc.:

Clinton crushes former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney by 17 points, 55%-38% and obliterates Texas Gov. Rick Perry by 26 points, 58%-32%.

By contrast, Clinton’s boss, President Obama leads Romney by only 3 percentage points and Perry by 12 points.

Hillary Clinton insists she is not remotely interested in running again for president and says she wants to focus on other pursuits like teaching and writing.

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6 Responses to Hillary Clinton Trounces Rick Perry or Mitt Romney

  1. Estacada says:

    I know Hillary says “nyet” when asked but, at the end of the day, she’s a Clinton and the allure of being America’s first woman president is just too enticing.

    Plus, I think she must know she would be a tall better Commander-in-Chief than Obama.

    How could she resist the call of the DNC and her legions of supporters?

  2. One Fly says:

    So they like her now huh. The hate machine would start spinning and those numbers would go in the shitter quickly. Merca loves to hate the Clintons.

  3. Randy Arroyo says:

    Hillary is smart and strong. If she decided to jump, 12′ is hers to win. Wouldn’t that be fun?

  4. feminazi says:

    How ironic? The most popular Democratic candidate for president in 2012 is the one who says she’s not interested in running? This is shaping up to be the strangest general election I can remember and I’m old enough to remember voting for John F. Kennedy.

  5. Stephen Iversonn says:

    All this circus-like atmosphere surrounding the Republican primary is just Theater.

    Neither Rick Perry or Herman Cain or any of the remaining seven will be the nominee. The GOP nominee will be Mitt Romney — he is who Obama will face on Nov. 7th, 2012.

    So the question becomes, who is better positioned to beat Romney? Obama or another yet unnamed candidate? If the economy improves, Obama will win his race for reelection. But if the economy sputters and unemployment fails to improve, Romney has a very good chance of unseating Obama and the country sways to the right.

    All the more reason I think it is entirely possible Hillary could enter the race at the 11th hour. The DNC isn’t going to stand on the sidelines and let Romney win. They will handcuff and drag Hillary into the race if necessary.

  6. Marcus Ybanez says:

    Someone said next summer, when President Obama walks out onto the stage in Charlotte, NC at the Democratic National Convention, on the last day of the event, at his side won’t be Joe Biden but, Hillary Clinton.

    Can you imagine that? Phew!

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