View Poll Results: If you had it to do over again (the primaries)

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  • I voted for Obama, and I'd do it again

    8 61.54%
  • I voted for Clinton, and I'd do it again

    1 7.69%
  • I voted for Obama, and I wish I had voted for Clinton

    0 0%
  • I voted for neither, but I can't pass a poll without casting a vote

    4 30.77%
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Thread: Obama v Clinton

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    Obama v Clinton

    To all those who voted for Obama in the primary: Do you stand by that vote, or do you wish you'd voted for Senator Clinton.

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    Re: Obama v Clinton

    Voted for Obama and would definitely do so again.

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    Re: Obama v Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Swizz View Post
    Voted for Obama and would definitely do so again.
    Care to share about what swung you in that direction?

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    Re: Obama v Clinton

    I could never vote for Hilary, she was in the white house already(married to the President). Once a person is married in this country I consider most everything they do a joint venture for legal purposes.

    For me it would be like electing Michele Obama or Barbara Bush to be president after their husband left office. Ain't happening IMO.

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    Re: Obama v Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by mattillac View Post
    I could never vote for Hilary, she was in the white house already(married to the President). Once a person is married in this country I consider most everything they do a joint venture for legal purposes.

    For me it would be like electing Michele Obama or Barbara Bush to be president after their husband left office. Ain't happening IMO.
    So, even if she had an amazing platform with insightful ideas that could make a difference, she'd be a "no"?

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    Re: Obama v Clinton

    Voted for Hillary and I'd do it again. Far more experience than Obama and a bit more moderate, also.
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    Re: Obama v Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    So, even if she had an amazing platform with insightful ideas that could make a difference, she'd be a "no"?
    Yes, sorry.....

    The whole marriage thing ruins it for me. I am quite certain the Presidents spouse plays a important role behind the scenes and term limits are there for a reason I would guess.

    PS: Sorry Hillary, nothing personal.

    Edit: I must be a lunatic because I have never heard this mentioned before.
    Last edited by Utility Man; 06-10-11 at 07:28 PM.

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