View Poll Results: Who would you NOT consider voting for in 2016? Pick all that apply

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  • Hillary Clinton

    69 52.67%
  • Andrew Cuomo

    69 52.67%
  • Elizibeth Warren

    61 46.56%
  • Rand Paul

    75 57.25%
  • Ted Cruz

    85 64.89%
  • Chris Christie

    38 29.01%
  • Jeb Bush

    80 61.07%
  • Jon Huntsman

    44 33.59%
  • Marco Rubio

    71 54.20%
  • Joe Biden

    91 69.47%
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Thread: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    I've voted for the Republican candidate in almost every Presidential, Senatorial, and Congressional race that I've participated in but I could never vote for Ted Cruz. His behavior before, during, and after the shutdown show how irresponsible and tactless he is, I do not think he is qualified to be President. I'm wary about Rand Paul because of significant policy differences, but I think he is at least level headed and generally a responsible person. I can't say the same about Cruz. And I know I'm not alone on that.
    Absolutely agree. Everything I know about Cruz suggests to me he should not be put in an executive position. It's not even really about his ideology, but his abrasiveness and impracticality. Rand Paul I'd consider and most likely vote for against many Democrats.
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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Please.

    Idiots said that about Obama too, and now he's a walking blowjob for the insurance lobby.
    Yeah, and this is why I'm cautious about it.

    But I think Warren has a little more going for her than he did. Warren has been under substantially more fire over a substantially longer period of time than Obama ever was before he was president. She seems almost congenitally oblivious to pressure.

    That doesn't mean she might not do an about-face if elected. She certainly could. But so far she's toughed it through more, and for longer, than Obama ever did.

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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Ultimately it's a worthless poll. 85% of the people here, you give me their name and I will give you who they put on their list.

    The informed voter is making an exodus on DP, but the ideologues and hyper-partisans are laying down foundation.
    No **** Sherlock. Thank you Captain Obvious. An unscientific poll among people we know is not going to be useful? Who the **** knew...

    So anyway, about the ****ing topic...
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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Please.

    Idiots said that about Obama too, and now he's a walking blowjob for the insurance lobby.
    Obama is not the topic. Can we please stick to the topic?
    We became a great nation not because we are a nation of cynics. We became a great nation because we are a nation of believers - Lindsey Graham

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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Please.

    Idiots said that about Obama too, and now he's a walking blowjob for the insurance lobby.
    I was not one of them. But another point... do you truly believe that an elected President can do their own thing? The Washington lobby is much more powerful. Not even Jesus would get his way, I think.
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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    Yeah, and this is why I'm cautious about it.

    But I think Warren has a little more going for her than he did. Warren has been under substantially more fire over a substantially longer period of time than Obama ever was before he was president. She seems almost congenitally oblivious to pressure.

    That doesn't mean she might not do an about-face if elected. She certainly could. But so far she's toughed it through more, and for longer, than Obama ever did.
    I don't know if I'd consider that a positive. The uninformed populace don't take that into consideration. That's why they elected a man who was a United States Senator for all of about 37 seconds to the highest office in the land.

    I can easily see Warren selling snake oil, knowing that fools are more interested in unfulfillable dreams than actual goals.

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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    I didn't check his name but I have serious reservations about Joe Biden as a candidate.

    I would consider him but he's not at the top of my list.

    There are better people out there.
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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Companion poll to my last two, this one for every one. Who out of the listed people would you not consider voting for at all in 2016? It is a multiple choice poll so pick all that apply. The choices are from those who got the most votes in the other two polls I recently did.

    Please be patient while I add the poll.
    Interesting, the first five in your poll are a definately no. Now I like Biden, as a senator and VP that is and I wouldn't vote for him for president. Rubio I have reservation with. So that leaves me Bush, Christie and Huntsman that I would consider voting for, but not the rest. Personally if I had to choose the nominees, it would be Democrat Governor Jay Nixon Missouri or Kent Conrad of North Dakota vs. Tennessee's Lamar Alexander or Indiana's Mitch Daniels.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Middleground View Post
    I was not one of them. But another point... do you truly believe that an elected President can do their own thing? The Washington lobby is much more powerful. Not even Jesus would get his way, I think.
    Clinton did. Did a hell of a job too. He milked a tech bubble with increased capital gains taxes that normally wouldn't fly, but did quite well at that given time with the given circumstances. He also functioned well with a Congress that was a Republican supermajority for a good chunk of his tenure.

    Obama should be taking notes with a huge f'n pad.

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    re: For Every One: Who Would You NOT Consider Voting For In 2016 [W:58]

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    Interesting, the first five in your poll are a definately no. Now I like Biden, as a senator and VP that is and I wouldn't vote for him for president. Rubio I have reservation with. So that leaves me Bush, Christie and Huntsman that I would consider voting for, but not the rest. Personally if I had to choose the nominees, it would be Democrat Governor Jay Nixon Missouri or Kent Conrad of North Dakota vs. Tennessee's Lamar Alexander or Indiana's Mitch Daniels.
    I would love if they were the nominees. We'd most likely end up with a pretty good president no matter which of them won, although I don't know much about Conrad.
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