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Predict the next three U.S. Presidents


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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)


Edited by Futurist, 21 May 2013 - 02:08 AM.


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If no one else wants to do his/her own prediction, can someone please tell me if my prediction in regards to this is realistic or not?



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It is to hard to predict this early. Though I wouldn't be surprised if HIllary Clinton ran. If I were to guess now I would say maybe Hillary for Rand Paul. However with the scandals going on I am not sure Hillary will make it, and while Rand Paul seems to be position him self for the run the republicans have a bad habit of picking the worst possible people ever.

 

As for Marco Rubio, I don't think he has a chance to be president at all. 



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I don't know if I would be able to predict 3 but certainly I would put Clinton among the three potential ones.



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I don't think Hillary will run, and Biden has been pretty quiet so I don't know if he'd win if he ran.

There has been a lot of talk about Chris Christie. Yes, he's Republican but he's not associated with the crazies, even if his party is.

Jon Huntsman is another candidate but again, another Republican.

If Marco Rubio continues to push and go against Republican policies to the point the Republican party starts aligning with his views he might be a good candidate 10-15 years from now.



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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

 

2017-2021 Hillary Clinton (defeats Ted Cruz/Marco Rubio)

2021-2025 Hillary's VP: Joaquin Castro/Xavier Beccera/Cory Booker (defeats Rand Paul)

2025-2029 Adam Kinzinger (defeats above)



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So assuming (safe assumption) Obama til 2017... Hillary Clinton (2017-2025) Chris Christie (2025-2029) random dem. Jokingly: Jeb Bush (2017-2021) Cory Booker (2021-2029) George P. Bush (2029-2033)  



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The hurdle Chris Christie has is winning the Republican primary. Good luck with that. 



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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

lol


Hey.  Stop reading.  The post is over.


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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

 

2017-2021 Hillary Clinton (defeats Ted Cruz/Marco Rubio)

2021-2025 Hillary's VP: Joaquin Castro/Xavier Beccera/Cory Booker (defeats Rand Paul)

2025-2029 Adam Kinzinger (defeats above)

 

Why would Hillary retire after one term? The last U.S. President who served one term and chose not to seek re-election (or re-nomination) was Rutherford B. Hayes, back in 1880.


Edited by Futurist, 25 May 2013 - 08:46 PM.


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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

lol

 

Why is my prediction here funny?


Edited by Futurist, 25 May 2013 - 08:46 PM.


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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

 

2017-2021 Hillary Clinton (defeats Ted Cruz/Marco Rubio)

2021-2025 Hillary's VP: Joaquin Castro/Xavier Beccera/Cory Booker (defeats Rand Paul)

2025-2029 Adam Kinzinger (defeats above)

 

Why would Hillary retire after one term? The last U.S. President who served one term and chose not to seek re-election (or re-nomination) was Rutherford B. Hayes, back in 1880.

Lyndon B Johnson also chose not to seek reelection (because he thought he would lose). When McCain was running quite a lot of people wanted him to do a one term pledge on account of his age. I can imagine Hillary doing the same. 



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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

-------------------------------------------------------

Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

 

2017-2021 Hillary Clinton (defeats Ted Cruz/Marco Rubio)

2021-2025 Hillary's VP: Joaquin Castro/Xavier Beccera/Cory Booker (defeats Rand Paul)

2025-2029 Adam Kinzinger (defeats above)

 

Why would Hillary retire after one term? The last U.S. President who served one term and chose not to seek re-election (or re-nomination) was Rutherford B. Hayes, back in 1880.

Lyndon B Johnson also chose not to seek reelection (because he thought he would lose). When McCain was running quite a lot of people wanted him to do a one term pledge on account of his age. I can imagine Hillary doing the same. 

 

Lyndon Johnson served 1.3 Presidential terms (his own term, plus the remained of JFK's term). He did not serve exactly one term (exactly 4 years), which is what I was talking about. Also, Lyndon Johnson actually did try to get renominated in 1968 before Eugene McCarthy made a strong showing against him in the New Hampshire primary, after which Johnson dropped out. Also, while there was a desire from some people for McCain to do a one term pledge, McCain never actually did one. Plus, Hillary is a woman, and women genetically live longer than men. In addition, Hillary might be pretty power-hungry (especially after her narrow 2008 Democratic primaries and nomination loss to Obama).  



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1. Martin O'Malley

2. Marco Rubio

3. Kelly Ayotte



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1. Martin O'Malley

2. Marco Rubio

3. Kelly Ayotte I know it will be risky with Rubio due to where he's originally from but by then, but by then, there will be practically no memory of the Cuban Missile Crisis among most Americans and those who he'll get slack from will be cranky old baby-boomers. P.S Sorry about the double post.


Edited by Guyverman1990, 26 May 2013 - 10:28 PM.


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Why do you think that Hillary won't run (or lose the Democratic nomination if she does run) in 2016?

Also, Marco Rubio was born in the U.S., not in Cuba, and his parents (AFAIK) were/are against Castro and Communism.



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Hillary Clinton WILL win if she runs. Bill Clinton is pretty well liked, and regardless of her views, there are more Americans that don't think critically on who they're voting for than there are those who do. 

 

She'll get atleast 90% of the woman popular vote, and there are more woman than men in the US and world in general. Similar to how barack got atleast 90% of the minority vote which was enough for him to win. Also she will get most of the democrats as well, to top it off. 

 

She'd be the first woman president and she would have an actual shot. It's ridiculous to think for a second that she'd lose. The only reason she didn't win was because of Barack Obama. And to be honest a big reason he won was 1) he was black and 2) america was mad at the republican party after the Busch administration.

 

I don't keep up with politcs as much, so I'm not really sure about whos gonna win after that or much less who will even run :p


Edited by Squillimy, 28 May 2013 - 07:36 PM.

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My guess would be:

 

Barack Obama (2009-2017)

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Hillary Clinton (2017-2025)

Marco Rubio (2025-2029)

Some Democrat whom we have not heard of (or at least not heard of much) yet (2029-2037)

lol

 

Why is my prediction here funny?

It isn't your prediction, I mean it's as good as anyone else's I guess; but I don't think we will be able to predict this.  We don't even know who will run. I agree with Hillary, I bet she may run again but who knows if she will win or not. When you get into the next two or three presidential elections, that's a pretty big shot in the dark.


Hey.  Stop reading.  The post is over.


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I was hoping Hilary would become Vice President to Obama.

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I was hoping Hilary would become Vice President to Obama.

Why? I'm actually happy that Obama didn't pick her as VP, since it:  

1. Allowed him to prove that he can win without her.

2. Caused the Bush and Clinton families to not occupy either the U.S. President or VP spot for the first time in 28 years (since 1981).






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