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Post Reply Who's your favorite candidate for the 2016 US presidential election?
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neugenx wrote:


biscuitnote wrote:


If we don't balance the budget we will all be speaking Chinese in the next 40 years.


I have one last parting thought on that subject...

“Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. And if you gaze long enough into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche

Once again, holding your country hostage for any reason is wrong.




Well I find the selfish democrats refusing to cut anything or compromise just as wrong good day sir.
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Guys, no fighting! Read the guidelines.
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Jill Stein.

Not sure if she will actually run again this cycle, but I voted for her last election. I am interested to see what other Green candidates come forward, and if Jill doesn't run then I will likely support one of them.

Most of all, I would like to see the official debates opened up to candidates from all parties. The more voices that we have in the process, the better chance people will make an informed decision.
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pls no bully
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Getting serious, I don't know them.
I can't vote anyway.
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Bernie Sanders. I have next to no hope that he will win, though - definitely won't get my state's vote. Sad.
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Wow, lots of Sanders lovers!
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Bernie Sanders for me. I won't vote Republican , and I'm honestly not fond of Hillary either. He's a long shot, yes, but he's still got my support.
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I want Bernie Sanders to win because he is a homosexual and a Socialist, the sheer panic this would cause in 49% of America would be a delight to behold.
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Rubio or Walker ...Democratic policies are throttling the country and Obama's ISIS gaining strength; only the Republicans can turn this thing around.
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Irahabitual wrote:

I want Bernie Sanders to win because he is a homosexual and a Socialist, the sheer panic this would cause in 49% of America would be a delight to behold.


Since when was Sanders a homosexual?
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I know we're suppose to keep this polite, but the amount of people in this thread saying Hillary is the best choice is frightening. Why would anyone want to vote for the most corrupt publicly known woman in the entire nation? This is the same woman who acts as her own police when deleting her own suspicious emails. This is the same person who doesn't care that Americans died across the seas. Putting her in office would severely endanger the American population and she can brag about how much damage she causes. Even an idiot like Ted Cruz would be a safer option than this master criminal. I'm seriously terrified of the direction this country is heading if Hillary manages to con her way into the presidency. Even democrats are starting to hate her. That's why so many of them are turning to Bernie Sanders.
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No Barrack Obama? Well, I guess my country is screwed then. Whichever one hates the UK the least, please.
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Posted 5/30/15 , edited 7/20/15

PhantomGundam wrote:

But in any event, try to respect each other's decisions. Don't lambaste someone because his choice "sucks", is "ill-chosen" or "uninformed".


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