View Poll Results: Who would you vote for if these ended up being the presidential candidates?

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  • Ted Cruz

    9 16.98%
  • Hillary Clinton

    15 28.30%
  • Terry Jones

    0 0%
  • Zoltan Istvan

    1 1.89%
  • Jill Stein

    2 3.77%
  • Bernie Sanders

    6 11.32%
  • Gary Johnson

    12 22.64%
  • Sorry, but if those are the options I am not going to vote

    4 7.55%
  • I don't intend to vote no matter who runs

    1 1.89%
  • I am not American but my choice would be...........

    3 5.66%
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Thread: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    I voted for Johnson, but the last I heard he decided not to run.
    People.....Not a fan.

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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter King View Post
    Well, Ted Cruz has announced his bid for presidency. He did this on twitter account and there was a video too.

    Sen. Ted Cruz announces presidential bid with Twitter post, video | Fox News

    If the vote was to take place now, and the 2 candidates on the board for the main 2 parties were + the rest of the third party possibles:

    Ted Cruz (R)

    Hillary Clinton (D)

    Terry Jones (I)

    Zoltan Istvan (transhumanist party)

    Jill Stein (Green Party)

    Bernie Sanders (I)

    Gary Johnson (Libertarian)

    Who would you vote for and if you want to, why would you do that?
    From that list I'd vote for Cruz. He'd be the only one with half a chance of scaling back the scope of the FedGov.

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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Gary Johnson.
    I voted for him in '12, and given these choices, I'd probably vote for him again.


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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter King View Post
    Last week CNN/ORC has a poll in which Hillary Clinton was put in head to heads with the biggest republican candidates:

    Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush resulted in 55% Hillary and 40% Bush

    Hillary Clinton vs. Chris Christie resulted in 55% Hillary and 40% Christie

    Hillary Clinton vs. Marco Rubio resulted in 55% Hillary and 42% Rubio

    Hillary Clinton vs. Mike Huckabee resulted in 55% Hillary and 41% Huckabee

    Hillary Clinton vs. Rand Paul resulted in 54% Hillary and 43% Paul

    Hillary Clinton vs. Ben Carson resulted in 56% Hillary and 40% Carson

    Hillary Clinton vs. Scott Walker resulted in 55% Hillary and 40% Walker

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    McClatchy-Marist did their own poll in which Hillary scored as following:

    Hillary Clinton vs. Marco Rubio resulted in 49% Hillary and 42% Rubio

    Hillary Clintion vs. Scott Walker resulted in 48% Hillary and 44% Walker

    Hillary Clinton vs. Rick Perry resulted in 51% Hillary and 42% Perry

    Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush resulted in 49% Hillary and 42% Bush

    Hillary Clinton vs. Rand Paul resulted in 51% Hillary and 40% Paul


    And they also included Ted Cruz and there Hillary would get 53% and Ted Cruz would get 39%


    Most republican candidates so far fail to score big against Hillary but it is still early in the process.
    Looks like they're pro-Hillary.
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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Absolutely none of the above.
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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter King View Post
    I was just going to post something to that effect, as of now, the numbers for the candidates are as such (from an opinion poll from last week):

    Jeb Bush 16%
    Scott Walker 13%
    Rand Paul 12%
    Mike Huckabee 10%
    Ben Carson 9%
    Chris Christie 7%
    Marco Rubio 7%
    Ted Cruz 4%
    Rick Perry 4%

    Making him the 8th in line for the republican nomination. Now there are a few that will most likely not get the nomination. Ben Carson for example, Chris Christie for example and Mike Huckabee are not really likely presidential nominee candidates. The same goes for Cruz, Perry and Rubio.

    The way it looks now it is going to be a battle between Bush, Walker and Rand Paul.
    Paul has done major turnaround on his policy against intervention ISIL- Then changed to pro intervention.
    He appears to be weak on FP????
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    The damage to the black community from all this will be devastating.Not only on public perception and reputation, but cops simply won't want to police these neighborhoods anymore.
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    LMAO Clinton gets away with it but they lock up my man Cosby

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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by SenorXm/Sirius View Post
    The TP isn't 'somewhat to the right'. The TP is far to the right. Cruz announced this morning at Liberty University. You think there's a reason for that? Obviously his campaign will not be 'somewhat to the right'. He's going all out for the social conservatives and culture conservatives vote. He should take his message, and his agenda and get out out of the GOP with all the others who believe in his far right social conservative, religious right message.
    Why? There's a large group of people in this country who actually consider that message when voting (not me, but they exist). Aren't they allowed to have a candidate who represents them?
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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Why? There's a large group of people in this country who actually consider that message when voting (not me, but they exist). Aren't they allowed to have a candidate who represents them?
    Yes, I agree. They should have a candidate that represents them. That's why I wish Cruz, Palin and that bunch would form their own party.
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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by SenorXm/Sirius View Post
    Yes, I agree. They should have a candidate that represents them. That's why I wish Cruz, Palin and that bunch would form their own party.
    Unless Cruz picks up a lot of steam here in NH, he has no chance. He won't win Iowa, he won't win here....he'll do well in the south, but he needs more than that.

    He's not my favorite and I won't support him in the primaries, but there is no comparison to Sarah Palin. He's a very smart man. I disagree with his religious and social views, but he has natural smarts. Her, not so much.
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    Re: Round 1. Ted "Tea Party Supported" Cruz vs. Hillary "has to run" Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Why? There's a large group of people in this country who actually consider that message when voting (not me, but they exist). Aren't they allowed to have a candidate who represents them?
    Sure they are but the reason the GOP keeps losing is because they are courting a political base that most people hate. Given that we have an effective two-party system and both parties are courting the extremists, what do the rest of us, the people who are more moderate, do? Aren't we allowed to have a candidate who represents us too?
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