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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state who leads all 2016 presidential polls, ranks dead last on a new top 10 poll of who Americans admire most, and at the bottom of who the world admires most, behind celebs like Angelina Jolie and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
    At this point, what difference does it make?


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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    We have undisputed photographic evidence.
    No, no....I am serious....Your horrible photoshop job aside....Do you have proof that Limbaugh is currently still doing pain killers (the substance he went to rehab for over 10 years ago now) Because that would be news...You don't like him, I get it...Hell, I don't like Maddow, Schultz, Hartmann, or Malloy....But I don't smear them do I?
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Do you know that he is using drugs still today?
    Don't know, don't care. It doesn't change whether or not he's an addict. Do you think an addict can get elected? Would you vote for an addict if he were a Democrat?


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    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Oh man....Aren't polls great?! Maybe we should run Limbaugh (tongue in cheek there)....
    Great news. Maybe we won't have to worry about a second presidency.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Then why did you say this?.... "What kind of President can't even force billionaires to donate their money?"

    Giving the appearance that you think that they SHOULD be able to force billionaires to donate their money.
    That was a sarcastic remark. I thought your position was that it was Obama's fault. Guess my sarcasm failed.



    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Depends on how simply you want to define donations.
    True.



    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    So then we should see more than just the simplistic he donated this much, and the other guy donated this much, right?
    I think the list in the OP shows that how/where the donations go plays a big part in perception, so yes, I would agree with this.



    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Did you look at your own list that you posted? Of course Soros is on it, that is why I used him...
    I was referring to the list in the OP of most admired people.



    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    No, you misunderstand...I am tying their political leanings to this in your case because you seemed to have linked a dislike to certain donations, while now touting others as equal....I personally don't care if they give away all their money...But don't tell me that their causes, or what they have to say means much simply because they donate...I give too, and I can tell you I am not rich at all.
    I do have a dislike for certain donations. Should I consider the millions of dollars that the Koch brothers have donated to political causes as the same as the billions that Bill Gates has donated to third world countries to improve their living conditions? That list of most admired people having Bill Gates at the top shows me that his work and efforts are being recognized world wide. I don't care where a persons political leanings are, I just care about how/if they are helping make the world a better place. You don't have to have any money to make a difference, but if you have billions and the ability to make great changes and you choose not to? Damn right I have a problem with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    Don't know, don't care. It doesn't change whether or not he's an addict. Do you think an addict can get elected? Would you vote for an addict if he were a Democrat?
    I believe the term would be recovered addict, but do I think an addict can get elected? Obama is in office right now, in his second term, and he used drugs. As for me voting for a demo addict, I wouldn't vote for a demo, so.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I forgive him, but he's still an addict. If his treatment was worth anything at all, he'd tell you that himself. It's not about forgiving or not forgiving, it's just a fact.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    JFK? Though I don't remember that hitting the news when he was running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaddelamancha View Post
    That was a sarcastic remark. I thought your position was that it was Obama's fault. Guess my sarcasm failed.
    Since sarcasm relies on facial expression, as well as tone and inflection of voice, I'd say so.

    I think the list in the OP shows that how/where the donations go plays a big part in perception, so yes, I would agree with this.
    Although Gates may have made the list in part due to donations, the rest didn't, so I think donations has little to do with it.

    I do have a dislike for certain donations. Should I consider the millions of dollars that the Koch brothers have donated to political causes as the same as the billions that Bill Gates has donated to third world countries to improve their living conditions? That list of most admired people having Bill Gates at the top shows me that his work and efforts are being recognized world wide. I don't care where a persons political leanings are, I just care about how/if they are helping make the world a better place. You don't have to have any money to make a difference, but if you have billions and the ability to make great changes and you choose not to? Damn right I have a problem with that.
    So you don't like the Koch Bros. donations, and I don't like Soros....Shocking. Beyond that, what people do with their money, is their business. I think the difference between you and I in this, is that you think that people have some obligation to donate to charities you deem worthy for you to like them, I prefer to look at more than that.
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    Re: Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S. 'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bus

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    JFK? Though I don't remember that hitting the news when he was running.
    Sorry, I edited that comment out from under you.
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