Whether Hillary or any other politician running for office, not sure what people expect these people to do for them, or that they actually believe any one elected person will change their outcome in life.
Successful people just don't wait around for politicians to effect their outcome in life.
In Fact usually successful people are the ones who control politicians.
Outside of Fox News's audience I don't hear anyone giving a squat about Hillary Clintons paid speeches or foreign Donors.
Sorry, but outside of Fox News's audience, commentary, I don't hear, never ever hear, common working class people ever mention a thing about Hillary Clintons paid speaking engagements, Bengazi, or emails.
Seems outside of Fox and talk radio, people really could give a sh_t about any of it.
I think common people are smarter than Fox realizes, or even CNN or any other media.
Most people already realize all people are corrupt, or some what corrupt, and that it's all peoples ambitions to aquire money.
All most common people care about is 'what can you do for me'.
Fox News (cause they're so stupid) seems to be obscessed with Hillary.
I garuntee you they're not going to sway one single vote by doing that....they're simply going to come off as that nagging nun those who had to go to Catholic school knew as youngsters...and then when grown up totally rebelled.
No one likes a constant nag or hag, and that's what Fox News and their commentators are comming off as when it comes to Hillary.
Either people like her for their own personal reasons or they don't, and all this Fox/talk radio side scandal does nothing to persuade the vote at all...nada, zilch.
Fox, the nagging nun.
Last Edit: Apr 25, 2015 16:26:59 GMT -5 by X factor
Odd how Marco Rubio is allowed to be proud of his heritage, and even use his heritage as a way to sway other American voters with same heritage, yet P-Obama, and those who voted for him condemned for doing the same.
This is a prime example of why politics rarely passes the stink test.
On Fox News, simply cause Marco Rubio is of Mexican decent, rose up, (like current President did)and happens to be a registered Rep, than everything GOP condemned P-Obama of doing, is now OK.
In other words, according to Fox News commentators, if Mexican Americans vote for Marco Rubio cause of shared heritage, than that's a plus...but when 'black' Americans, who have over come so much historical oppression, finally had chance to vote for half Irish/African President, the voters were condemned by Fox as being 'close minded'.
But if Mexican voters vote for Mark Rubio than it's 'goooooood', simply cause he's running as a Republican.
Just another generic President who really lacks the power to do or change anything.
Banks run the world now, not Presidents...but most are just to dense to realize that.
Last Edit: Apr 25, 2015 16:38:25 GMT -5 by X factor
Outside of Fox News obsession over Hillary Clintons Foreign money donations, and paid speeches, and emails, I just don't feel the pulse of regular normal people giving a damn about any of it.
Regular normal people I interact with work hard, are blue collar types, go to work from 3-6 a.m. in the morning and spend all day inside factory or driving truck or doing outside construction ect.
While Fox News is stirring up political gossip, these types are busy working, physically laboring doing the day. And when they get home, then have to tend to family, wife, kids, pets, or other obligations.
Blue collar people just want relief in the form of higher pay, they simply want more bang for their buck.
When your bodies the sole source of revenue, you have but a short window of health in which to generate as much money as you can before body breaks down...and most are fighting a loosing battle these days.
Wealthy people don't labor, rather they manage or control or reap the profits of those who do.
As such most common people could give a squat about Hillary gossip, or any other kind of candidate gossip, all they want to know is 'What can you do for me?'
Regular common people already know.
1. Most politicians are shady.
2. Most politicians accept money from a variety of lobbyist, donors, foreign or domestic, and that of course favors are then granted. This has been going on since the beginning of organized humanity.
3. No one is perfect, and even if they were, you can never be perfect in the eyes of imperfection...Jesus being the primary example.
In other words no matter how perfect you are, in the eyes of your political oppenents, they'll still find ways to smear you.
this and more is what common people already know.
Common people aren't baited so easily by tabloid politics you see on Fox and talk radio.
In fact it has just the opposite effect.
The more Fox hacks on the Clintons, the more likely they or she will win the election.
If one doesn't understand the phycology behind that than well.
Nothing Rush Limbaugh, Hannity, Fox hosts, and the callers said for 4 years, could prevent re election of President Obama...
And the same with former President Bush...another 2 termer.
And the same with Bill Clinton.
History shows the more opposition harps on candidate, the more likely people vote for them over spite towards nagging media.
Fox News, in a way, is Democrats best friend, and plays the devil for them.
Last Edit: Jan 16, 2016 18:21:05 GMT -5 by X factor
Conservative talk show hosts baffled at Hillary's likability despite their political campaign against her.
And there reaction to Hillary's likability amongst common people reveals to me yet again how Dense talk radio hosts really are, how uneducated they are and how dishonest they are to self all in the name of partisan politics.
Here's why Hillary Clinton still registers so positively with many
1. Being 'perfect' has nothing to do with it, duh
Throughout history, in or out of politics, some of the most beloved people, memorable people, have been those who are the most flawed, whether in Music, Hollywood, or any other arena.
Truth is people seek others who are flawed like they are, seems the more flawed one is, the more people can relate cause it reminds them of self trying to over come the odds.
2. People also understand that all politicians have their own agendas, right or left, and the public campaign part of their image is just one small part of their over all face.
So voters really could care the less about personal failings, and instead vote based on 'What are you going to do for me?'.
In other words voters don't care that Dracula sucks blood on the side, what voters care about is when in office, what will Dracula do for me?
3. People don't like being hoodwinked by Fox and talk radio hosts who think they're dumb and simple minded.
A lot of Hillary's popularity and likability has less to do with her, and more to do with a rebellion against 'right wing media hosts' who assume they're so dumb and lack depth or conviction on anything, that they'll simply switch voting for a candidate perceived to share their interest based on some dirt Rush Limbaugh puts out on his show against them.
People find that insulting, that talk radio hosts, Fox News host, think that if they just make Hillary look bad, than you'll throw away all your other principles, and vote GOP.
(or vice versa, and is why Bush Jr won two terms)(this phycology trumps politics)
In fact human nature trumps politics, campaigns that win are those who understand human nature.
Campaigns that win are those who treat voters with respect, like their smart, rather than just as designated mindless voting blocks.
People don't vote for candidates based on their moral compass, they vote on who they like based on 'what can you do for me'.
And Hillary Rodman Clinton just comes off as a much more caring kind person than most of the GOP candidates, regardless of Bengazi, Watergate, emails, fundraising ect...none of that matters to voters.
Get that through your thick partisan hack head...none of it matters to the common voter who struggles with their own issues in life daily.
Everyone has and deals with scandal in their own life
It may not be to the scale of national politicians, but everyone has their own scandals to deal with and over come. Fox and talk radio only appeal to those who already don't like 'Liberalism' or 'Democrats'...but voters see it a different way.
Ideology is one thing, real life safeguards are another.
And in real life Safeguards trump ideology.
Everyone is a Fox News fired up Republican when life is well, earnings high.
But when injured, old and or sick, then the Democratic message becomes more appealing.
It's why ideology doesn't win campaigns, practical solutions do...people want to know that whoevers in the White House has their back.
Like a parent, they want to know or feel that if they fall, someone has their back, regardless of party affiliation.
It's why talk radio show callers, hosts, and Fox News don't represent reality very well. Cause behind the scenes all people struggle, and are vunerable to life issues.
Not everyone is rich like Hannity or Levin, or Neil Bortz, and do need help at times, or will in the future.
And Hillary just puts out there, like a Mom, that she'll help you and be out there for you if you need help.
Where as the GOP candidates seem more like the grouchy Father who walks in from work and starts yelling at people.
'Get up you lazy bum!'
I'm neutral as of now, the person I really would like to see run, isn't in the race, but still enjoy seeing talk radio hosts baffled at how their self serving negative attacks on Hillary have no effect.
They are so stupid, tried it against President Obama...no effect, zero effect.
It's what happens when you live in a social bubble, and only take calls from people who mimic your own thoughts, you fail to see bigger picture when you isolate yourself.
I feel sorry for anyone, question the IQ of anyone who thinks ratings driven talk radio hosts are smart bright or brilliant. Feel sorry for people who buy their books, and who need ratings driven profit motivated talk radio host to teach them life lessons.
Such people must of never had parents or ever attended church.
Last Edit: Aug 1, 2015 18:18:21 GMT -5 by X factor
The media finally gets chance to ask candidate Hillary questions and they ask meaningless questions about emails
The media is really dumbing down America by asking tabloid type questions to both Democratic and Republican candidates.
Instead of asking meaningless tabloid talk radio type questions, they need to be asking questions about policy!
They need to ask candidates questions about future plans, not theoretical past decisions.
The media is really turning tabloid, and turning voters into tabloid pop culture voters.
I'm really disappointed in the media right now cause they're not doing voters any favor at all by asking these stupid questions that have nothing to do with what each candidate believes in going forward, regardless of party affiliation.
I don't care about 2003 invasion anymore, nor do I care about emails, I, and other potential voters, would rather have candidates drilled on the kind of policies they plan of pushing once in office.
To be honest with you, other than bash Hillary Clinton, to score points with Fox News worshippers, and talk radio zombies...other than bashing Hillary, just not even sure what she stands for since all she does is spend all her time gossiping about Hillary.
So as of now I have no interest in this candidate.
Maybe one day they'll actually begin speaking about their vision for America, instead of just bashing Hillary...when she does that I'll be back with an opinion, but as of now she just seems like a Barbie Doll to me, just another 'bash Hillary' candidate with no personal views or policies or vision of their own.