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Thread: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    The lesser of the two evils .. obvious answer .. but for POTUS, Sanders or Warren .. much better ..IMO.
    Either of the two "evils" would be more of the same .. the reason why its obvious.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    Oh, for crying out loud.
    And considering that Obama had no success of ANY kind in any position he has ever held to hold up as a significant accomplishment, has demonstrated little strength of character when he sells himself preaching one doctrine, and then ignores or dismisses that when he has the power to do the opposite, and has not one single significant accomplishment to show for six plus years in office except for a mostly unpopular government overtake of the healthcare system, how is what I said in any way incorrect?

    Considering that Hillary Clinton is the presumed Democratic nominee by a party who expects her election to be a simple coronation, but she also cannot point to a single significant accomplishment in her entire history as lawyer, first lady of Arkansas and the USA, senator, or Secretary of State, and also has demonstrated questionable character, how is what I said in any way incorrect?

    Sadly, both parties seem to look for a candidate with the right letter after their name who can win instead of a candidate they can sell on that candidate's integrity, character, ability, accomplishments, and vision.
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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by AlbqOwl View Post
    Sadly, both parties seem to look for a candidate with the right letter after their name who can win instead of a candidate they can sell on that candidate's integrity, character, ability, accomplishments, and vision.
    That may be true; however, that's not what you said in the previous post.
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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    That may be true; however, that's not what you said in the previous post.
    I believe I did.
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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Don't do it!
    I'll do it! Nobody move or I'm gonna do it!

    Hey - you - over there - yeah you, the guy from Texas - I told you DON'T MOVE!!!! That does it!!!

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsvLiberal View Post
    It will be a competition between two dynasties in the United States. It will be very interesting, so, which one is your favorite?
    At the moment it's Jeb but if he hews too far to the right and Hillary cleaves back to the center after the primaries I suppose I could be convinced.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Contrarian View Post
    I'll do it! Nobody move or I'm gonna do it!

    Hey - you - over there - yeah you, the guy from Texas - I told you DON'T MOVE!!!! That does it!!!

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    Love it Glen.
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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    At the moment it's Jeb but if he hews too far to the right and Hillary cleaves back to the center after the primaries I suppose I could be convinced.
    Convinced to support candidates that move around as necessary to get your vote? News is, Hillary's in the center. If anything she'll end up center right a smidgen.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    I refuse to choose between the lesser of 2 evils. If it comes down to these 2 the guillotine is the right choice.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    I'm in a strange place politically. I no longer vote for who I think is the best candidate but rather which political culture, starting with those at the grass roots, needs to be sent a message with my vote.
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