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Old 10-01-2016, 07:23 AM
 
Location: Boston, MA
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True, but I think some of them can't bear to handle the idea of Hillary being President after 8 years of Obama. I feel like it could be the final nail in the coffin in a sense for them because if she wins, many on the right will see "their country" as gone forever.
Stop fear mongering.
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Old 10-01-2016, 07:23 AM
 
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For many, it will be the vote against Hillary and what she represents.

Does this look like democracy to you ?

This and the fact that Clintons are corrupt to the bone, are the prime two reasons I am voting Trump. Even though I can't stand him, personally. It's truly the choice between bad and worse.
The Clintons are life long politicians but some people such as yourself can't tell the difference you assume all politicians are corrupt.Your ignorance shows up in your belief that Donald Trump can't do the USA any more harm and that is simply ,wrong.

To answer your second question ,yes that is exactly what democracy looks like and if you don't like it you work to change it.
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Old 10-01-2016, 09:12 AM
 
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The Clintons are life long politicians but some people such as yourself can't tell the difference you assume all politicians are corrupt.Your ignorance shows up in your belief that Donald Trump can't do the USA any more harm and that is simply ,wrong.

To answer your second question ,yes that is exactly what democracy looks like and if you don't like it you work to change it.
if you can't see the fact the the Clintons are corrupt, it is really your ignorance.

Voting for Trump to stop Hilary Clinton is far more sensible than voting for Clinton to stop trump, although I agree both are bad candidates.

But Clinton represents everything that is wrong with current day USA. of course require some intelligence to see beyond what they say in public. (most people are stupid enough to use those speech as the measuring tape of how qualified the candidates are). Trump is coarse but Clinton is far more evil.
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Old 10-01-2016, 09:52 AM
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if you can't see the fact the the Clintons are corrupt, it is really your ignorance.

Voting for Trump to stop Hilary Clinton is far more sensible than voting for Clinton to stop trump, although I agree both are bad candidates.

But Clinton represents everything that is wrong with current day USA. of course require some intelligence to see beyond what they say in public. (most people are stupid enough to use those speech as the measuring tape of how qualified the candidates are). Trump is coarse but Clinton is far more evil.
You mean the Clinton is less likely to be friendly to China, your loyalties are transparent.
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Old 10-01-2016, 10:54 AM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Stop fear mongering.
What are you even talking about?
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Old 10-01-2016, 01:12 PM
 
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Boycotting the US just because Trump got elected (or GW Bush) for president is just as stupid as boycotting Canada because Trudeau got elected as prime minister. Besides considering that Canada currently imports/exports a lot of products from/to the US and the fact that a lot of US companies do business in Canada and vice versa, I would say good luck with that.

Anyways botticelli is right in saying that while admittedly Trump isn't the best candidate, neither is Hillary Clinton especially considering her track record (esp regarding Benghazi, ISIS, the email scandals, and how the Clinton Foundation embezzled millions of dollars appropriated for reconstruction in Haiti, etc).
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Old 10-01-2016, 01:25 PM
 
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, neither is Hillary Clinton especially considering her track record (esp regarding Benghazi, ISIS, the email scandals, and how the Clinton Foundation embezzled millions of dollars appropriated for reconstruction in Haiti, etc).
Benghazi? didnt she go through 9 inquisitions on her role as Secretary of State concerning the issue and all came up with no wrong doing on her part?.
the emails were much ado about nothing that also came up with no chargeable criminal offense.
Embezzling millions from the Clinton foundation? also baseless allegation.
beasley i think you've been sold a load of BS from the Trump campaign.
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Old 10-01-2016, 02:25 PM
 
Location: Canada
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How Trump's character was formed:

The Trump character: A look at the people who influenced him | Metro News
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Old 10-01-2016, 02:42 PM
 
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if you can't see the fact the the Clintons are corrupt, it is really your ignorance.

Voting for Trump to stop Hilary Clinton is far more sensible than voting for Clinton to stop trump, although I agree both are bad candidates.

But Clinton represents everything that is wrong with current day USA. of course require some intelligence to see beyond what they say in public. (most people are stupid enough to use those speech as the measuring tape of how qualified the candidates are). Trump is coarse but Clinton is far more evil.

LOL, are you even old enough to vote becuase if you are you need to educate yourself on the history of Politics in the United States and presidential elections and until you do so you have no business in these threads or to call anyone ignorant.
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Old 10-01-2016, 02:49 PM
 
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Benghazi? didnt she go through 9 inquisitions on her role as Secretary of State concerning the issue and all came up with no wrong doing on her part?.
the emails were much ado about nothing that also came up with no chargeable criminal offense.
Embezzling millions from the Clinton foundation? also baseless allegation.
beasley i think you've been sold a load of BS from the Trump campaign.
Let's just agree to disagree since it is obvious you have been drinking way to much Kool-Aid from the Clinton's. For anyone else I will just post these two articles and let others come to their own conclusions.

High Hopes for Hillary Clinton, Then Disappointment in Haiti

How the Clinton Foundation Got Rich off Poor Haitians
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