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Why Is Hillary Clinton Seeking Common Ground With Extremists?

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At the Democratic town hall on January 25, 2015, Hillary Clinton said:

You know, when I'm actually in office, they say really nice things about me, we have a whole list of the nice things they say. What a good colleague I am. How easy I am to find common ground with. How willing I am to try to find common ground. And then when I run, oh my goodness, it's just unbelievable"

I'm going to be just giving them all bear hugs whether they like it or not.

Huhhh???

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Should she find common ground with Rep. Paul Ryan who opposes Medicare for ALL?

Should she find common ground with Sen. Ted Cruz who denies the existence of human-made climate change?

Should she find common ground with Sen. Marco Rubio who denies that Climate Change is anthropogenic?

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Should she find common ground with billionaires who benefit from the redistribution of wealth to the top?

Should she find common ground with extremist Supreme Court that calls money speech and corporations people?

Should she find common ground with Sen. Marco Rubio who vows to repeal Obamacare?

Should she find common ground with Sen. Ted Cruz who wants to wants to abolish the Internal Revenue Service?

Should she find common ground with Gov. Scott Walker who has pledged to kill off public-sector unions?

Should she find common ground with Sen. Ted Cruz who demands the repeal of "every blessed word of Obamacare?'

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Should she find common ground with Sen. Ted Cruz who doesn't believe in the separation of church and state?

Should she find common ground with Sen. Marco Rubio who opposes net neutrality?

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