Ready For Hillary… To Go Away

In her unending quest for relevancy, Hillary Clinton has expressed a desire to run for mayor of New York City. Unfortunately for the failed POTUS candidate, the Big Apple wants to see this worm stay home.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn’t perform well in the latest poll in the New York City mayor’s race, according to a new Rasmussen poll released Tuesday.

Fifty-eight percent of likely voters in the city don’t want Clinton to run again, compared to just 23 percent of voters who wanted the former presidential candidate to run. Nineteen percent of voters hadn’t yet made up their mind.

Clinton expressed interest in the race, but said she would only consider running if de Blasio didn’t enter the race for some reason.

Wow, when you’ve lost uber-liberal New York City…

Okay Hillary, maybe president or mayor isn’t your bag. I know, maybe you can vie to be crowned queen of the harpies?

9 thoughts on “Ready For Hillary… To Go Away

  1. Everything I have been reading lately says she is going to run for prez again. Those same reports said to watch for her to start a “listening tour”. That is to be a precursor for her to run full out. Maybe this latest poll will deter her from running for prez also. A girl can hope!!


  2. Queen of the harpies? Is that maybe a typo? Maybe you hit “a” instead of “e” and put in an extra “i”.


  3. Her running for prez again is possible, but extremely doubtful. For one thing the dems don’t seem to like losers very much. In my lifetime I can’t recall any dem that lost the election and even managed to win the nomination again.

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    1. Well, technically, Hill ran against & lost against Prince Barry in 2008, then they gave her the nomination in 2016.

      All joking aside, I honestly think that the Dems in power knew there was an extremely good chance that whoever they ran in 2016 had a high chance of losing, so they gave her the nomination, hoping that she would lose & they could come back in 2020 with something better. The GOPe did the same thing in 2008 when they nominated McPain & wouldn’t let him have Romney (figuring that he’d win in 2012). Sarah was the sacrificial lamb that saved McPain in the a$$.


      1. OK melp, not trying to dog you here, but I disagree. I truly believe the dems think they had their “anointed one” in 2016. If they had really wanted to lose, the would have nominated Bernie Sanders. That clown didn’t have a chance in hell. Hillary Clinton actually won the most popular votes. (Which of course means nothing when a few counties in California could overturn the will of the rest of the nation. Take California out of the equation and Donald Trump won the popular vote as well as the electoral vote.)

        The day after the election, my sister and I were chatting on the phone, when I said D. this is why the electoral college exists. To prevent one , or a few, states with large populations from overriding the will of the rest of the nation.

        Her reply: “Thank God for the wisdom of those men!”

        Dead on D.!

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