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    22 62.86%
  • Jeb Bush

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Thread: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsvLiberal View Post
    I think there will be not a really other option.
    I would love to see a "none of the above" option for all positions. If "none of the above" wins, then there has to be a new election with candidates other than listed.

    Wouldn't that be a hoot, if none of the above wins!

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord of Planar View Post
    I would love to see a "none of the above" option for all positions. If "none of the above" wins, then there has to be a new election with candidates other than listed.

    Wouldn't that be a hoot, if none of the above wins!
    Theoretically America can only decide between these two.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    To the bolded. That's far too hyperbolic and too broadly critical to even respond to. To the rest, make the republicans and the democrats sit one out. Vote third party.
    It's not hyperbolic at all. The Democrats went nuts over a candidate with NO leadership experience at all and are now hell bent on electing another candidate that has no accomplishments of note on her resume. The last person the Democrats voted for with any leadership on their resume was Bill Clinton.
    Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsvLiberal View Post
    Theoretically America can only decide between these two.
    Yes, it is a problem with our election system.

    We need run off elections, so people can vote for their favorite, instead of voting against their least favorite.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord of Planar View Post
    Yes, it is a problem with our election system.

    We need run off elections, so people can vote for their favorite, instead of voting against their least favorite.

    Who is your favorite?

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    I think the United Staates of America need a President, who is interested on the economy, and Hillary Clinton will not do that.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsvLiberal View Post
    Who is your favorite?
    I haven't picked one yet. I suspect it will end up being Rand Paul.

    I fully intended to vote for the GOP pick last time, against Obama rather than for the GOP. When they changed their own convention rules, I spoiled my vote, voting for Paul.

    Nobody has convinced me they would be a good president since Reagan. He is the last presidential candidate I voted "for" rather than picking the lesser evil, or spoiling it with a third party vote.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsvLiberal View Post
    I think the United Staates of America need a President, who is interested on the economy, and Hillary Clinton will not do that.
    What's sad, is she might be better than a republican pick. If the house and senate hold as they are, or gain republican seats... Do we really want a republican in?

    Granted, we might be able to undo Obamacare, but unlikely unless republicans win big.

    None of the politicians are actually in DC for us. Both sides are lawful evil people. they are only about themselves. As voters, we really shouldn't play into the polarizing games, because it keeps the public unaware of the other things they do.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord of Planar View Post
    What's sad, is she might be better than a republican pick. If the house and senate hold as they are, or gain republican seats... Do we really want a republican in?

    Granted, we might be able to undo Obamacare, but unlikely unless republicans win big.

    None of the politicians are actually in DC for us. Both sides are lawful evil people. they are only about themselves. As voters, we really shouldn't play into the polarizing games, because it keeps the public unaware of the other things they do.
    I think America really need a Republican in the White House, because that will be much better for the economy.

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    Re: 2016: Bush vs Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by ConsvLiberal View Post
    I think America really need a Republican in the White House, because that will be much better for the economy.
    Since when?
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