Who Makes a better President for the United States

Hilary Clinton
30
38%
Donald Trump
50
62%
Total Votes
80
Presidents

Comments (134)

seanc
Wonder if there might be another president of color in November 2016

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Neither of those two !! thumbs down thumbs down

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WhatUwish4

Absolutely NOT Hillary. Trump isn't my favorite but he is far more competent and honest than anything the left has coughed up

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WhatUwish4


I'm afraid not. This time is supposed to be the year of the uterus... Wish we could elect people by skills instead of race or gender

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stringman


Trump Honest - That's not want the Scottish and many other people he and his f*ck mafia destroyed think !!
The man is Scum


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2intrigued


In my opinion, neither of the two but then again it's up to U.S. citizens to choose which one will do the least damage. laugh

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pedalguy59


How would you do that with two choices? Maybe better choices
in the working class, but that won't happen.

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TheRedSquirrel87
the stuffed corpse of JFK

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WhatUwish4


Yes, we know you have a rather polluted opinion of the man as you post it over and over again. Perhaps you should stop reading ultra left-wing rags like Salon and your condition may improve.

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WhatUwish4


Rubio is as close to working class as you can get, and he remains my first pick. We'll just have to wait and see.

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allthegoodnamest


USA need a Kennedy in power .. I liked the one who married that Onassis woman.. What was his name.confused KFC laugh

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pedalguy59


I vote for the party rather than the individual. As Ooby said
in one of his posts, good resolutions can be brought forth only
to be vetoed by the opposition. Of course all we hear this side
of border is Trump, not much else of the others.conversing

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Capricorn143
Vote for Trump if for no other reason then to stop the madman Soros - if he is targeting Trump and Cruz, it is very likely they are on the right side of things:

George Soros is playing a major role in enabling and orchestrating the Islamic invasion of Europe and North America and with it the social chaos and degradation that now threatens the very nature and survival of civilization across the globe. For him it’s somehow personal, having taken a lead advocacy and funding position and laid out his own six-step plan for the invasion to continue and grow. He argues for the unimpeded march to full Islamist domination of the planet, or at a minimum to the level that suits the achievement of whatever devious schemes of his are in the works.

He appears to recognize that the opposition to his destruction of our nation, our continents and whatever planetary harmony remains is building and identified the primary threats to his anti-American efforts. It’s not surprising that those he is targeting are among the leadership of the political outsiders, those he has no control over, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.

It’s ironic that the premise of his op-ed against rational self-defense and in support of submission to the invasion is predicated upon an insistence that we not give in to the instinct to survive.He admits that even he, the most pervasive of political predators could only stop himself from an urge to respond to the terrorist threat that he is creating by remembering that it must be irrational to follow the wishes of your enemies. He makes that ironic statement as a component of his effort to persuade us to do nothing; to simply wait to be victimized by the hordes of terrorists he and his UN, EU elitist comrades are pouring across the civilized West. Liberal Marxists seem to be blind to their hypocrisy or to at a minimum believe their victims are.

Read the rest of the article here:

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allthegoodnamest


You mean there's more.wow doh

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Ccincy
I wouldn't vote for either of them.They wouldn't be any different then the rest of the crooked political figures.

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WhatUwish4


It is said that if Kennedy were alive today he would be considered a republican. "Ask not what your country can do for you, but for what you can do for your country." This is DECIDEDLY republican as liberals are all about what comes free to them. grin

Now if you're basing the qualifications on the appeal of the wives, Trumpie wins again. laugh

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WhatUwish4


Soros is one sleazy dude. You're right, if he's set his dogs on them, they must be good for the country.

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WhatUwish4


Really? I guess these days I would, too, but I was always a registered independent until the Romney election. I would vote for anyone who I thought could get the job done - but these days the differences in the parties are so stark, I will stay republican.

I think Rubio would make an excellent president as he is not only very smart, but he's proven to be able to work across the aisle. He also loves this country and has great compassion. But again, like so many others he is running behind Trumpie

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allthegoodnamest


Look, forget that crap.. I've got £200 burning a whole in my pocket that I want to turn into £7 & a hangover. Are you up for it.wine uh oh laugh

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WhatUwish4


On my way!!!
super super super

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allthegoodnamest


Cheeky.wink laugh

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WhatUwish4


Now whatcha gonna do, big boy? laugh laugh

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WhatUwish4
Aren't you supposed to be on the "Naughtie" thread? conversing

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WhatUwish4
I do think it would be very interesting for Trump and Hillary to debate each other. Trump will not hold back on all the various crimes and scandals her media lapdogs have buried, and she would not have any protections from the discussion. She won't be able to swipe things under the table and things could get nasty very fast. She's already learned it doesn't pay to play the victim, so she will be forced to show her true nasty character. I, for one, would pay good money to see her forced to respond to his comments

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allthegoodnamest


I have a punishment for you but I fear you may enjoy it.shimmy wink rolling on the floor laughing

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WhatUwish4

Hmpf! talk to hand

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lov8b
I still like Rand Paul.

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WhatUwish4
Just checked the poll to see the votes: 88% favor Trump and only 12% favor Hillary. bouquet

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purr4mance
Rasmussen Reports


If the 2016 presidential election was held today, 37% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for Clinton, while 36% would vote for Trump. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that a sizable 22% would choose some other candidate, while five percent (5%) are undecided.

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