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Posted 2/23/16
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Posted 2/23/16
Can I vote for someone who just isn't so... American?
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Posted 2/24/16

Nasirei wrote:

My question is why voting for Trump?


Accelerationism. When the whole corrupt system is on a path to destruction, sometimes what we need is to hurry it up so we can build something worthwhile from the ashes.

Also, I'm not American so I'm rooting for the wackiest clown in the circus.
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Posted 2/24/16

Rowan93 wrote:


Nasirei wrote:

My question is why voting for Trump?


Accelerationism. When the whole corrupt system is on a path to destruction, sometimes what we need is to hurry it up so we can build something worthwhile from the ashes.

Also, I'm not American so I'm rooting for the wackiest clown in the circus.


not american also, but I know a thing or two about that guy...
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Posted 2/24/16 , edited 2/24/16
Who knows maybe Trumps a good man and we just don't know it. I sure hope so. If he wins, we lose
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Posted 2/24/16
Preferably, I wouldn't vote for any of them. They all seem terrible
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Posted 2/24/16
Poll needs option laugh as I watch from the True North but secretly terrified since one of the largest and most powerful militaries is just over the border and going to be lead by someone I have no faith in.
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Posted 2/25/16
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Posted 2/25/16
It seems many Brits myself included cannot understand how Trump has become such a realistic voting option in the 21st century ?
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Posted 2/25/16
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Posted 2/25/16
Lmfao nobody has voted hoe Hillary
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Posted 2/26/16 , edited 2/26/16

Cute_Joshy wrote:

It seems many Brits myself included cannot understand how Trump has become such a realistic voting option in the 21st century ?


Trump relies on uneducated voters for support. He even says it himself occasionally but his supporters either think he's just joking when he says it or they don't understand the words that come out of his mouth.

Btw, seeing Hillary with 0 votes in this poll is extremely hilarious.
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Posted 2/26/16 , edited 2/26/16
I'm not a US citizen either so I'll refrain from poluting the poll, but to give my opinion;
As much as I'm against having a guy with his ideals in the position of one of the most powerful humans on the planet, Donald Trump might be the only person on that list that might actually be able to bring drastic changes to the United States and probably the rest of the world.

Wether these changes will actually be sollutions to many of the the problems we, as humanity, are facing now, I don't know.

Ideal wise I'd go for Bernie Sanders, but I'm afraid the guy isn't strong enough to stand up to congress and that most of the changes he wants to bring will be blocked to hades.
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Posted 2/26/16
Even if Bern is too left for me, I'd take him over the republitards.
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Posted 2/28/16

Hehaho1830 wrote:

I'm going to vote for Bernie Sanders, and I'll list why below, but first I'd like anyone not from the US to mention how they voted, so I can keep track below.

US Votes Only:

-Bernie Sanders: 7
-Hillary Clinton: 0
-Donald Trump: 4
-Ted Cruz: 0
-A Republican that isn't a Racist, Sexist, Xenophobe, and can compromise: 0



I'm personally voting for Bernie Sanders because:

-He's the only Politician that I've ever had the chance to vote for that doesn't run a negative campaign
-He's actually nice
-He's been saying the same things forever, unlike most politicians who are two faced liars
-Did I mention he's not like all the other politicians
-He has similar political beliefs (Capitalism doesn't work without huge government oversight, the US is too far to the right, "If Europe can make it work, why can't we?", the list goes on and on)
-I actually agree with every single thing he says, which has never happened with all of the other politicians out there
-He's called out the US government for looking very close to an Oligarchy, with all of the "Big Money" in Politics.


The president is more or less a mascot... If I had to choose a mascot it would be DT, He has charisma..
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