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PostSubject: Election 2016   Tue Dec 16, 2014 4:22 pm

Chris Matthews was talking tonight about Jeb Bush, saying he is Wall Street's candidate from the right.  Some Tea Party candidate like Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz or Rand Paul, while popular with the base, will never be serious contenders because they could not attract the funding from Wall Street required to run a credible campaign.

Similarly on the left, Elizabeth Warren with all her anti-Wall Street rhetoric is considered DOA in the funding war.  Wall Street likes Hillary Clinton, they think she's a candidate they can work with.

Interesting, almost two years from the election the real power behind the race is already being openly discussed.

So 2016 looks like it will be a replay of Bush v. Clinton, dynastic leadership.
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PostSubject: Re: Election 2016   Wed Dec 17, 2014 2:53 pm

NoCoPilot wrote:
Interesting, almost two years from the election the real power behind the race is already being openly discussed.

The only long-range planning that American business does.
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