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Hilary Clinton 2016
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Posted 4/21/15 , edited 4/21/15
I suppose I'm technically in favor of Hillary over any of the other candidates that have so far stepped up but that isn't exactly a very high bar, it doesn't take allot to impress when your standing next to Ted Cruz.

I wouldn't normally be too concerned about the elections in another country but the american president has a pretty huge effect on British foreign policy.
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I'd rather vote for her than some Republican lunatic honestly. Unless you're white or in the upper-class, you should vote Democrat, always.


Republicrats and Demopublicans, same buncha thugs that brought us the great ripoff cooperative of Federal Reserve + Banks + Politicians, all conspiring (and massively succeeding) in ripping off every last taxpayer.

Two sides of the same rotten coin.
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Posted 4/22/15

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I would rather elect any viable person than Hilary, run Walker/Cruz (whichever order) and we actually have a good option.


Walker has nothing to run on other than his opposition of trade unions, and Cruz is about as viable as an ice cube in a campfire. Cruz is running for vice president, and Walker's terrible economic record and lack of foreign policy credentials will become a progressively heavier cinder block around his neck as time goes on if my prediction is correct.


I have had far more than enough with socialist/progressives, I want people to take responsibility for their own actions and quit blaming anyone but themselves for their own actions.


What percentage of control over the means of production would you say has transitioned into the hands of workers since the socialists took control? How far along would you say the transition to either socialist markets or a command economy would you say the US is? If it's a socialist market that the US has been moving toward, would you say it's a more top-down one focused on state owned enterprises or a more bottom-up sort composed of cooperatives? Are they inclined toward production for profit, or production for use? Are they internationalists, or are they focused on a single country?


In my honest opinion Hilary can not be elected, until she is tried and cleared of her crimes while she was SecState.


Schweizer's been debunked multiple times in his attacks against the current President. We'll see how that book on the Clintons goes in the time ahead. I'm not necessarily for Clinton getting that nomination, if only because this scandal hunting is going to remain a thing. This isn't anything new, it goes back to the 90s.
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Posted 4/22/15
If she wins we get Bill Back in the white house
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Chikane Himemiya 2016

That's all I'm gonna say.
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I'm terrified of this next election. I don't want to vote for Hilary. She has a bad track record for listening to folks that no sane person should listen to (Jack Thompson of "Sue Grand Theft Auto" fame comes to mind). I also do not want to vote for most the these candidates the Republicans are putting forth, each has a different blend of scary and crazy to offer.

Why can't each party field a competent moderate so I can actually consider who to vote for instead of having to vote for whoever is least terrifying as President of the United States? More parties being viable would also be awesome, but if I hold my breath on that one I definitely won't survive. The only sane way to vote left to me may just be making a list of the special interest and corporate lobbies that support each candidate and then picking the one that has the most of those whose politics will best benefit me. They at least deliver on some of that crap.
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Still waiting for Jeb Bush to announce he's running so the inevitable Bush vs. Clinton 2016 battle starts. Two brands of stupid competing for the highest position in the nation. This will be the most rage-inducing race I'm American history... mostly because the majority of the country hates both Bushes and Clintons.
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PhantomGundam wrote:

Still waiting for Jeb Bush to announce he's running so the inevitable Bush vs. Clinton 2016 battle starts. Two brands of stupid competing for the highest position in the nation. This will be the most rage-inducing race I'm American history... mostly because the majority of the country hates both Bushes and Clintons.


Political dynasties ahoy! I don't know are you guys having second thought about that whole not being a monarchy thing and trying out a halfway house?
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Posted 4/22/15
Vote third party/independent then?
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While I would love to see a viable non-Democrat/Republican candidate...

Reality is unless there is a drastic change of some kind, a third-party candidate is never going to win the White House. They're not even going to come close. The last time a third-party candidate won any electoral college votes was George Wallace in 1968, who managed a rather paltry 46 votes.
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Well certainly not Cruz. Anyone who seems to under the influence of big oil, and denies climate change, thinks the age of the Earth is a "gotcha" question is unfit to be a leader for modern society.

Then again I'm into science, space exploration, personal freedoms, into having a system that takes care of people, and tries to be honest and forthright. Key choices at this point in America will either have our society blossoming, or withering and festering in the future. Technically I could run for President, but I would have to run on the Science/Engineering Party ticket so that leaves me only 5% support. Plus I'd rather spend my time and money on my own little projects.
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If Secretary Clinton wins her party's nomination she'll easily walk over the Republican opposition.Split parties don't win presidential elections.


iriomote wrote:

While I would love to see a viable non-Democrat/Republican candidate...

Reality is unless there is a drastic change of some kind, a third-party candidate is never going to win the White House. They're not even going to come close. The last time a third-party candidate won any electoral college votes was George Wallace in 1968, who managed a rather paltry 46 votes.


The problem of third parties is simple .You vote for a third party and the party you're least in favor of wins.That's the paradox.
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Sign me up. She's a better option than anyone currently in the GOP freakshow.
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All big name politicians are garbage. We should be looking towards community leaders and all around good people to lead our nation, not these...things.
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nanikore2 wrote:


deer wrote:

I'd rather vote for her than some Republican lunatic honestly. Unless you're white or in the upper-class, you should vote Democrat, always.


Republicrats and Demopublicans, same buncha thugs that brought us the great ripoff cooperative of Federal Reserve + Banks + Politicians, all conspiring (and massively succeeding) in ripping off every last taxpayer.

Two sides of the same rotten coin.


Is that the Gold Standard coin?
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