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Who's more evil, Hillary or Trump?
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They're both equally horrible in their own special way, I wouldn't say either of them are evil though.

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Trump is bad and a asshole but Hill is evil and I hope she does not win.
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Damien27 wrote:

They're both equally horrible in their own special way, I wouldn't say either of them are evil though.



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I still can't believe that's our only two choices... I have no faith in our
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Wrong. There is a third option:

Gary Johnson and the Libertarian Party. He will be on the ballot in all 50 states.



Edit: #feelthejohnson is his tag


He'd be a conservative republican's wet dream if he just didn't support abortion. :/
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@Mysticgon well fuck... I happen to be pro life. But republicans wet dream? i'm not too sure about that. I don't know anything about the guy, but from that pic, how is getting rid of income tax going to work? Most tax money comes from that. Also reform immigration by making it easier to become a citizen? well I don't know the details of what he proposes, but it kinda sounds like an open border policy to me. Sweden and Germany are good examples of why this is a bad idea. But I agree with the rest of that short political profile though.
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MysticGon wrote:


traikanossi wrote:


ssjwes1980 wrote:

I still can't believe that's our only two choices... I have no faith in our
political process.


Wrong. There is a third option:

Gary Johnson and the Libertarian Party. He will be on the ballot in all 50 states.



Edit: #feelthejohnson is his tag


He'd be a conservative republican's wet dream if he just didn't support abortion. :/




As Governor, Johnson never advocated abortion or taxpayer funding of it. He supported a ban on late term abortions. In his personal life the Governor believes in the sanctity of the life of the unborn.

However, Gov. Johnson recognizes that the right of a woman to choose is the law of the land, and has been for several decades. That right must be respected, and ultimately he believes this is a very personal and individual decision. He feels that each woman must be allowed to make decisions about her own health and well-being and that these decisions should not be dictated by the government.


tl;dr: he personally doesn't support abortion, but he's against government interference on women's choice. he believes that women should have the right to choose.

i also like his response on internet and security:


The government is even demanding that it be granted special “back doors” into encrypted, private information held and moved by Internet providers. The excuse is security — a laughable concept from a government that has proven time after time to be incapable of protecting even the most basic data.

i can feel the burn from a mile away.

source: https://johnsonweld.com/issues/

i consider myself a democrat, but he looks like a pretty decent candidate. much better than hillary, that's for sure.
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Hilary is more evil and calculating. She knows what she is doing and she'll do anything and manipulate anyone to be in power. Trump isn't evil he's just an idiot. He says and makes policies about the first thing that comes to mind he's like the guy you meet in a bar who says "This is what we need!" and then rants about things he knows nothing about.
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Well?


Hard to say.


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The immigration and taxes can be dealt with by reforms. When you get charged income, sales, registration and property taxes it's not even double dipping into your funds. It's nearly helping themselves to your check. Since the ACA is almost a tax you can say there is a tax for breathing air. I think the ACA is good but just like every other tax the money can be spent better. I think this guy gets it.

As for immigration. The process is long and intimidating the way it is now. People who just want to move to the US, the process can be sped up. It takes years as it is now. A far cry from open borders. As for refugees... I actually think the US is going about it all wrong but that's another discussion.

Lastly, his stance on abortion sounds like the status quo. Thus disqualifying himself from any pro-lifers consideration because of the whole Supreme Court nomination business.
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Gary Johnson would be a viable candidate if over half the population actually knew what they were voting for. They need to make a reasonable test that gives assurance of competency in voting. Make it a privilege and make it so you have to at least know a little bit politically to make a vote.

Also the wet dream abortion thing about johnson is a little wrong. Conservatives would dislike his stance on abortion but what really is a deal breaker are his views on immigration (that poster is a little misrepresenting when it say immigration reform, it means amnesty and open border), his stance on the military and his view on drugs. Plus the libertarian party has some weird concepts involving prostitution and potentially bad ideas for our currency.

He is pro-choice that is why he's "for" abortion it isn't literally like he advocates terminating babies, but if you want to you can.

We need to chimera all three. Trump economy, military, immigration and war on terror, Johnson war on drugs and privacy, and Hillary lgbt and pro choice. I still think the best candidate policy wise is Trump hands down. You can say whatever you want about his personality but his policies aren't bad.

Johnson's foreign policy is particularly scary to me, maybe more scary than hillary.
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Non of them are evil as the word evil and good differs between person to person,group to group, nation to nation, beliefs to beliefs and education. For instance the nazi's considered Jews and allied forces evil while the rest of the world considered them as evil. This only shows how evil can go both ways and just like that this also applies to both Hillary and Trump. So what one person may considered evil out of one of them, someone else might love about them

Instead what I will say is that both of them are a fat massive joke
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no mention of Gary Johnson?
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maniackillah wrote:Johnson's foreign policy is particularly scary to me, maybe more scary than hillary.


he wants to focus more on international relationship to combat terrorism and cut-off the extremists funding, instead of just deploying more meat to the ground. i don't get why that's "scary", unless he's lying or something.



Relationships with strategic allies must be repaired and reinforced. And the simplistic options of “more boots on the ground” and dropping more bombs must be replaced with strategies that will isolate and ultimately neuter those violent extremist groups.

https://johnsonweld.com/issues/
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