View Poll Results: If You Had to Vote For One of the Other?

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    12 32.43%
  • Hillary Clinton

    7 18.92%
  • Neither

    18 48.65%
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    re: If You Had to Vote For One or the Other?

    Its pretty sad that that is what the parties are reduced to...but THAT is what the parties are reduced to. Lets find a woman candidate this time. Who cares about their qualifications or lack thereof.

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    re: If You Had to Vote For One or the Other?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Its pretty sad that that is what the parties are reduced to...but THAT is what the parties are reduced to. Lets find a woman candidate this time. Who cares about their qualifications or lack thereof.
    Yeah well, every election before 1972 was basically closed to women. There have been no nominated female presidential candidates ever and only two nominated female vice presidential candidates ever.

    But seriously, even if an election were closed to men, which is isn't, how do you then get to qualifications not mattering? The most qualified woman is a lot more qualified than most men. Possibly more qualified than all men. Ether way, there are just as many qualified women as men. Men got to hog all the elections to ourselves for a long time. Let's step back for a couple.

    To the OP, it would be a tough choice. Warren might win out, though. But isn't it interesting that only the Green party or the socialist parties nominate women?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
    Yeah well, every election before 1972 was basically closed to women. There have been no nominated female presidential candidates ever and only two nominated female vice presidential candidates ever.

    But seriously, even if an election were closed to men, which is isn't, how do you then get to qualifications not mattering? The most qualified woman is a lot more qualified than most men. Possibly more qualified than all men. Ether way, there are just as many qualified women as men. Men got to hog all the elections to ourselves for a long time. Let's step back for a couple.

    To the OP, it would be a tough choice. Warren might win out, though. But isn't it interesting that only the Green party or the socialist parties nominate women?
    Ah...wonderful. So the office of president is now an affirmative actions program.

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