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February 21, 2013


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Warren passed Cuomo and that means if she wants it the nomination could be hers. Biden is not a match for Warren. I know its just one state but keep polling her v. Biden and Cuomo. She may be the next president of the United States.

Todd Dugdale

This may be petty, but could you please identify the party affiliation of the people mentioned in your summaries? Not all of us are familiar with the politicians in other States, and it isn't always easy to infer from context.


If Hillary Clinton does not run for president the Democratic candidate will be Andrew Cuomo.

that's it.

Biden is too old and gaff prone,everyone else doesn't have the name recognition or juice to raise money Cuomo has as Governor of New York.

the best ticket for the Republicans would be Bobby Jindal and Condie Rice.

the GOP has to do something like that to make-up for W,McCain/Palin and Romney/Ryan.

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