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There's a HIGH Probability That Hillary Clinton Will Be Our NEXT

  1. gmwilliams profile image86
    gmwilliamsposted 8 months ago

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    Love or hate Hillary Clinton, she is leading significantly in the polls for Democratic presidential candidate.  She has the political smarts & experience to led this country.   She also have a huge & influential following of people from celebrities to everyday folk.  She is very vocal regarding concerns & issues of women, the LGBT community, Blacks/non-Caucasians, & the poor & disenfranchised.  She also has experience interfacing with foreign dignitaries & heads of state in her job as Secretary of State.  Do you believe that Hillary Clinton will be our next president?  Why? Why not?

    1. wilderness profile image96
      wildernessposted 8 months ago in reply to this

      No.  Because I think the people are sick and tired of the same-o same-o politics and we're going to find more voting Republican this time around then last, and that means Trump.  Clinton is just another politician, perhaps a little worse than most or perhaps a lot worse, and that isn't what people are looking for this year.

    2. Credence2 profile image86
      Credence2posted 8 months ago in reply to this

      With her as the nominee, I really don't know for sure. Trump has a highly motivated following and the danger is that some Dems and independents having the mood of working with people 'outside the system' will sit it out or vote for Trump.

      That is an outcome that would be anathema, but.....

      1. My Esoteric profile image89
        My Esotericposted 6 months ago in reply to this

        Read "Trump has a small, highly motivated following ..."

        Unless the email thing blows up in her face, my state-by-state electoral count has HRC getting between 320 and 370 votes,

        While HRC may be damaged goods, Trump is self-destructing.  His only real following are those who are tone deaf to what he is really saying today, saying differently tomorrow, say yet another way the next day.  To vote for Trump, you must disparage women, hate Muslims, think Hispanics are criminals, and doesn't care that he knows crap about domestic and foreign policy.

        Trump will not be playing to his narrowly focused crowd come the general election; he will be playing in the big leagues where being a bully won't play.

        1. Credence2 profile image86
          Credence2posted 6 months ago in reply to this

          It sure would seal the deal if Hillary took on Elizabeth Warren as a running mate, It might satiate some of us Bernie supporters.

          1. My Esoteric profile image89
            My Esotericposted 6 months ago in reply to this

            It might, but think of the uproar it would cause from two women running the country; it was terrible enough when a black man was elected.  The Right promised to stop PBO in his tracks, and was probably 70% successful; can you imagine what they might do if two liberal women (granted they are white, but their gender makes up for that) got elected?  My guess is shut-down government for eight years.

            1. Credence2 profile image86
              Credence2posted 6 months ago in reply to this

              I hear you, ME, but H. Clinton has got high negatives and this seems to be the era of the populist. There are many on the populist end that at best will not vote for HC, and at worse, in protest against 'the machine' vote for Trump. We are on a tottering precipice. We all assume that only madmen would vote for Trump, but with HC dallying in everything Wall Street, colluding with the big money people, I am not so cock-sure anymore.  Too many people are asking questions and you bet that the 'Right' will be on her vulnerabilities like white on rice. 

              With all this transgender bathroom stuff, I think that society can handle a female POTUS and VP. The problem is that Hillary needs someone like Warren whose credentials as an advocate for the common man are impeccable, and she has the character and personality to be more than just Hillary's rubber stamp. It would allow more of us to see that Hillary 'can work' in the general election.

              1. My Esoteric profile image89
                My Esotericposted 6 months ago in reply to this

                HRC actually had high positives for a long period of time, until the email thing broke and the Sanders-Rightwing propaganda mill began their attack ads.  (I do have to applaud Sanders on being essentially a positive focused candidate, which allow HRC to be the same during the primaries; nevertheless, where he did attack, it was on her trustworthiness and character).  There is no good reason, when and if she is cleared by the FBI (although she is not actually being investigated) that she can't regain some positive views.

                Trump, on the other hand, has always had high negatives and I can only see them getting worse as he ramps up his childish bullying method of campaigning.

                There are probably more #NeverTrump people that will not vote or vote for HRC.  I don't worry too much about losing them on the Left because Sanders has already shown he will Actively back HRC and do his best to get his followers to vote Democratic.

                Personally, I would like to see Sanders see the advantage of being VP and Hillary to see the same in asking him.  Sanders has many good ideas, but he has no chance of ever getting them through Congress should he win.  As VP, I think Hillary is smart enough to let him help shape the narrative while she works with Congress to get some compromise passed.

        2. RJ Schwartz profile image92
          RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

          Trump is not self destructing - hillary is

          1. My Esoteric profile image89
            My Esotericposted 6 months ago in reply to this

            I stopped adding to this list because that is all I would be doing - http://hubpages.com/politics/AMRICAN-PO … GRACE-2801

    3. Judson David profile image60
      Judson Davidposted 6 months ago in reply to this

      I think it is not likely that Mrs. Clinton will win a general election for president this fall against Mr. Trump. She is winning the primary only because so many of the important ones are closed to independents. Mrs. Clinton is despised by the Democrat party base, except among older women and older African Americans. All of the political energy and excitement in the Democrat party is with Senator Sanders this year, and his supporters are adamantly opposed to Mrs. Clinton and her transactional brand of pragmatic politics. I do not believe she will win them over, no matter how much she tries to sound like Senator Sanders after the convention. And of course, the more she pulls left to bring in the progressives she needs to win, the more Mr. Trump will slaughter her with moderates and center-left voters.
      She claims with a smug pretense at being wearily accustomed to the worst possible attacks that she is ready for anything from Mr. Trump. She is not. She is totally unprepared for him, and he will have her badly off balance from the outset.
      I think the Sanders revolution will sadly refuse to follow Senator Sanders into the Democrat longhouse after the convention, loudly boo both sides this fall, find and promote the leaders it needs for 2018 & 2020, and set its sights on taking back America's broken political process from its parasites and usurpers.

    4. RJ Schwartz profile image92
      RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

      No chance - she can't even put Bernie Sanders away....

      1. Judson David profile image60
        Judson Davidposted 6 months ago in reply to this

        Unlike Mrs. Clinton, Senator Sanders would destroy poor Mr. Trump in the general election.

        1. RJ Schwartz profile image92
          RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

          It would be interesting  - unless Hillary gets indicted then no one will ever get the chance to find out for real.

      2. colorfulone profile image88
        colorfuloneposted 6 months ago in reply to this

        Newt Gingrich pointed out the pay disparity between male and female executives at the Clinton Foundation, where men earn 38% more on average, ... before telling viewers that Donald Trump is more pro-woman than the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. 

        This will likely come as a "shock" to many voters because they listen to or read liberal news.   Wake up people, the truth is coming out!

        1. Alternative Prime profile image85
          Alternative Primeposted 6 months ago in reply to this

          lol ~ Liberals don't necessarily "Listen to or READ Liberal News", in REALITY, we listen to or READ "Drumpfy" Trump's OWN Racist & Misogynist WORDs ~ There is NO Doubt, this Strange Lookin' Sickly Orange Dude has serious problems with Women of ALL Shades & Colors, hence his UNFAVORABLE Rating of 70% and SINKING ~ The Vast Majority of Women can't Stomach the guy for OBVIOUS Reasons ~

          Plenty of DIRECT Evidence of Trump's Astoundingly OFFENSIVE & Dangerous Rhetoric & Ideas on YOU-Tube etc ~ If of course your interested in Discovering the FACTs ~

          Newt Gingrich? REALLY?? Isn't he the Corrupt & Crooked Speaker of days gone by?? ~ He'd be PERFECT for the "TRUMP Prison Parade" ~ smile

          1. RJ Schwartz profile image92
            RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

            Man you are going to suffer a mental breakdown when President Trump takes office - 8 years will be a long time

    5. Sharlee01 profile image68
      Sharlee01posted 4 months ago in reply to this

      I certainly hope not. Especially after he new FBI findings - All good things come to and end... I believe Hillary's political days are numbered. Her game is getting old, and very predictable. I actually do'nt have a friend, relative or  acquaintance that has one good thing to say about her. She is done, And what will take her down? The simplest scam she has tried to pull off - lying to congress under oath.... "Perjury". They got her, shes in the trap, and even if she chews her leg off it will do her no good.Her act of Perjury will legally prevent her from having security clearance, this will be the end of her political career.  Thank You Jesus!  One good thing she can finally dump Bill. Won't need him around anymore... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tV6q9LOubfc.

      1. gmwilliams profile image86
        gmwilliamsposted 4 months ago in reply to this

        Well, NOT SO FAST now.  Hillary has FRIENDS in VERY HIGH places, including  the good old President.  The Democratic POWERS THAT BE will make sure that Hillary WINS the Presidential election.  The highest media celebrity in the land (Madame Oprah) ENDORSES her.  With the Os endorsing her, SHE'S IN LIKE FLINT, BABY!  Hillary is a political gameplayer, she knows the game.....WELL.......... It is like the favorite child in the family who gets away w/murder & can do NO WRONG......... There is the golden child (Hillary) while there is the scapegoated child(Donald).  The American political world is like family-there are favorite children who can commit proverbial murder & get away w/it while scapegoated children commit slighter offenses & are castigated or worse.

      2. My Esoteric profile image89
        My Esotericposted 4 months ago in reply to this

        I guess you haven't been listening, have you, GM.  1) Had HRC lied to Congress in her testimony, they would have been all over her since she testified and 2) Charging perjury is a far cry from proving it, and proving perjury is very hard to do. See - http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/po … 092498.htm

        HRC can win the election with no help from anybody given who her opponent is, but do you find it surprising the Democratic Party, who is in business to make sure a Democrat becomes President, would NOT do everything they can to get her elected ... that is just common sense.

        1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
          Kathryn L Hillposted 4 months ago in reply to this

          The people need to decide.

          1. My Esoteric profile image89
            My Esotericposted 4 months ago in reply to this

            And they will.

  2. Live to Learn profile image81
    Live to Learnposted 8 months ago

    If the Democrats elect Hillary my vote will go to Donald, if the Republicans nominate him. Not the choice I'd prefer but anything, anything, anything is better than the thought of Hillary in the White House. Trump falls on the tail end of the third anything.

    1. wilderness profile image96
      wildernessposted 8 months ago in reply to this

      +1  That's about where I come from as well.  With the caveat that Trump is going to leave an impression of DC behind him - an impression that "business as usual" isn't good enough any more when it comes to our "representatives".

  3. calculus-geometry profile image87
    calculus-geometryposted 8 months ago

    gmwilliams, since you've started so many of these political threads i think it's only fair that you tell us whom you'll be voting for.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/02/27/23/31A017D600000578-0-image-a-66_1456617204157.jpg

    1. gmwilliams profile image86
      gmwilliamsposted 8 months ago in reply to this

      Really doesn't matter WHO I vote for, HILLARY is going to win big-time.  Influential Democrats are behind her.  After all she is a Clinton and has YEARS of political experience.  She has the pulse on what people want-equality for women, minorities, & LGBT people.  Forget Bernie, he is a lost cause & is so far to the left-Americans clearly aren't ready for far left people who spout socialist rhetoric.   The Donald-well, although he is a very strong contender- & has supporters en masse- the Republicans are becoming slowly unhinged at what the Donald has to say.   Many Americans are in agreement with his sociopolitical stance.   He will probably win but won't- there are too many behind & supporting Hillary to allow that to happen.

      1. Rodeon profile image64
        Rodeonposted 8 months ago in reply to this

        Mark Zuckerberg is posting on Facebook in support of her!

        1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
          Kathryn L Hillposted 8 months ago in reply to this

          … who would you vote for, if you lived here, Rodeon?
          Mark my words, It is IMPOSSIBLE for Hillary to make it in. But, I have been wrong a lot on this matter.

          1. Rodeon profile image64
            Rodeonposted 8 months ago in reply to this

            I have voted only once. There was a button on the voting-machine here, with a label on it, which was similar to this: "I reject all the aforementioned Candidates". I pressed that.

            If I were in America, I might have tried hard to form and build a third political party. And then I might have run for President myself, or encouraged someone else that I should have found worthy of the post, to run for the same. It's difficult to establish a new political party because it requires investment. But I guess it's not impossible.

            1. Rodeon profile image64
              Rodeonposted 8 months ago in reply to this

              Qualifications for the Office of President


              Age and Citizenship requirements - US Constitution, Article II, Section 1

              No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States

              Term limit amendment - US Constitution, Amendment XXII, Section 1 - ratified February 27, 1951

              No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once.

              http://www.presidentsusa.net/election.html

              1. Jean Bakula profile image97
                Jean Bakulaposted 8 months ago in reply to this

                There are elections where we have a third party, and I think we need that, or even more parties. But only a small percentage of the people vote for their candidate, so it takes votes away from one of the other people running for the Republican or Democratic parties.

                Trump is beginning to scare people, he's too much of a loose cannon. Hillary doesn't generate much excitement, although mature women who want to finally see a woman President will vote for her. I think she has the most experience and will vote for her.

                Sanders is well liked, but people are worried that since most of his supporters are young, they like the rallies, but won't get out to vote. He also has ideas that are expensive and doesn't seem to have plans  to finance them. Actually, that's true of all three of them. They all say they will do wondrous things, but not how they will pay.

          2. colorfulone profile image88
            colorfuloneposted 8 months ago in reply to this

            Hillary should have been indicted already, but her emails no doubt would implicate Obama. I think she will get a pardon from the 'president' (tongue in cheek) before November.  Is it possible the USA could have their "first female pardoned president"...this should be a part of the script in "Hillary The Movie", where  New Gingrich, Ann Coulter and other political conservatives discuss Hillary Clinton's career.
            She is so arrogant.

            Why Bernie won't hit her hard on her long record of targeting women because of Bill's sexual abuse history is beyond belief. He could knock her into the lake of the forgotten from the race.  She must have the dirty on Bernie, or its just the same old same old politics, power and the almighty dollar.  I'm all in favor of Bernie hitting a hard-ball.  I hope Trump gets his chance to make a home-run! .. even if they steals the election from him.  This isn't about Trump, its about America.

            1. Jean Bakula profile image97
              Jean Bakulaposted 8 months ago in reply to this

              colorfulone,
              Why do you blame Hillary for Bill's bad behavior? I agree other women probably would have left them, but their marriage is obviously a political one, and that's what it's driven by. Also, conservatives talk about "family values" all the time, and it's better to work out your problems and stay together than to get divorced. Very contradictory as usual.

              1. colorfulone profile image88
                colorfuloneposted 8 months ago in reply to this

                "Why do you blame Hillary for Bill's bad behavior?"

                WHAT? -  Why do you do ask me questions that you make up out of thin air?  I didn't blame Hillary for Bill's behavior...like she forced him to rape those women. 

                How about you do some research for yourself instead of asking me about something I didn't say?  I don't think you are unable at all. 

                Hillary Clinton's Long History of Targeting Women
                The Secret Sex Abuse Victims of Bill Clinton
                Bill Clinton Sexual Assault Victim: Hillary Destroyed My Life
                Bill 'rapist,' Hillary 'enforcer,' new book charges
                The Clinton's War On Women 

                http://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/12947347.jpg

                While president Bill lied saying..."I did not have sex with that woman"
                Well, his cum stain on the dress proved different.

                1. Jean Bakula profile image97
                  Jean Bakulaposted 8 months ago in reply to this

                  I don't ask you questions made up of thin air. You and I post on several political forums, and I can recall what you said but not always which thread it was on. They are usually comments that don't seem  very intelligent, like making a big deal about Bill Clinton's affairs and why Hillary didn't leave him. Only the two people in a marriage really know what's going on in it. I will refrain from commenting in the future. Why don't you just write a hate hub about Hillary?

                  1. colorfulone profile image88
                    colorfuloneposted 8 months ago in reply to this

                    Your recollection is false. The fact is I would never be so ignorant to make statements like you question me on having made.   Thank you!  I am glad I will not be bothered with such going forward, I will appreciate that.  You go ahead and support the Clinton Crime Family if you wish, but you won't get a supporting reply from me...  On a realistic note you might.
                       
                    http://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/12948449.jpg

                    There is now a high probability that Hillary will be criminally charged. 
                    http://www.mediaite.com/online/ajams-sh … mere-days/

                    "While Hillary Clinton fights for the Democratic presidential nomination, law enforcement officials tell Al Jazeera America the Federal Investigation into her personal email system while she was Secretary of State has reached a critical stage.

                    The FBI, led by Director James Comey, has now finished examining Clinton’s private emails and home server. And the sources add that Comey’s FBI team has been joined by the Justice Department prosecutors. Together, they are now examining the evidence, analyzing relevant laws, and attempting to arrange interviews with key figures in the investigation.

                    Those interviews, according to attorneys, will include former State Department aides Philippe Reines, Former Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, and Clinton herself.

                    Soon after those interviews — in the next few days and weeks — officials expect Director Comey to make his recommendation to Attorney General Loretta Lynch about potential criminal charges...."

      2. My Esoteric profile image89
        My Esotericposted 6 months ago in reply to this

        More like "sociopathic" stance, wouldn't you say?  Trump is one scary dude.  Fortunately there will be Congress, regardless of which Party controls, and the Supreme Court to stymie him on domestic issues.  Unfortunately, foreign policy wise will make it look like W did a stand-up job there.

  4. Castlepaloma profile image23
    Castlepalomaposted 8 months ago

    Where is my war on poverty or our war on the natural environment . By far it our greatest threat to humaity and the planet.

    Canel that war part, it solves nothing.

    1. colorfulone profile image88
      colorfuloneposted 8 months ago in reply to this

      "Where is my war on poverty or our war on the natural environment."

      Median household income grew by only 1.5 percent, while median expenditures increased by about 11 percent
      http://www.infowars.com/attention-presi … portation/

      There are a lot of graphs and statistics.  Its sad.

      1. Castlepaloma profile image23
        Castlepalomaposted 8 months ago in reply to this

        That is not so bad compare to pass 40 years ago where basic cost of living has gone up over 10 time and wages lower.

        What is very bad is Obama's nation debt grown greater than all president in US history. He was Satan sent for bankers.

        Even though I don't believe in Satan or God would have saved Satan as God loves everyone.

        1. colorfulone profile image88
          colorfuloneposted 8 months ago in reply to this

          Obama has been bad news for America, still is.  Geeze, that guy!

          http://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/12948793.jpg

          His actions speak volumes. Hillary would be more of the same because she says she agrees with his policies, but can we believe her.

          1. Castlepaloma profile image23
            Castlepalomaposted 8 months ago in reply to this

            Muslims killing America for burning their village to the ground. When they are still doing it in silence. Obama's words mean nothing and wars never solves nothing.

  5. jacharless profile image82
    jacharlessposted 8 months ago

    The probability of former Secretary of State, HR Clinton, becoming the president of the United States is... low. The reasons are stacking up quickly.

    First, and most recent, is her losing massive ground in New York and Pennsylvania where, less than a month ago, she carried a 40 point lead in all the polls. That lead has shrunk to single digits or evaporated. New York and Pennsylvania could very well be a huge upset for her. The majority of the remaining states are shoe-in for her opponent -according to nearly every pundit.

    Second, people realize as SOS she was responsible for what is called the Arab Spring, which has seen half a dozen stable countries turned into war zones, as well as the Ukraine split -like her hubby did with the Balkan countries. She, admitting stated her people -both sides of the aisle- created al-Qaeda, originally dubbed the Afghan Freedom Fighters, who have since morphed into the Islamic State and a hundred other factions now rampaging -literally- across Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Apart from that her message is dry, rehearsed -for lack of a better word: outdated, old.

    Third, her support for the Wall Street bailout put 200 million people in a state of financial ruin, or near ruin, even with Obama's stimulus -which has since run out. She plans to further assist in deregulation.

    Fourth, her domestic policy is absolute rubbish. The entire American infrastructure is archaic -bridges, tunnels, roadways, railways, water/sewer, electric grid -even parks and recreation -you name it. Her plan is to push that agenda back for another 4-6 years. This means the working-class, blue-collar folks again take a hit, and the environment gets further contaminated. Add to that her energy plan is more of the same oil/gas because her super PACS are all about fossil fuel profits -which is controlled nearly entirely by Wall Street and lays the course for how the global Markets -be it industrial, currency, etc- will go. The menial injection for alternative energy is smoke and mirrors. The global economy is still heading for collapse with no plan on how she will attempt to fix it, sans more sticky tape.

    Fifth, her production plan is more off-shore, non-domestic trade agreements. Agreements from manufacturing to food supply, that will cripple american workers yet again, and continue support for  Monsanto, etc while expanding NATO powers with further "regime changes" to complete the Western hegemony colonization agenda. Only 4 countries left - Iran, North Korea, Syria and Russia. (Cuba and Libya recently caved by force or dialogue).

    Of course there are more points to be added, but why shoot a dead duck, right?

    In opinion, I believe most Americans, at least under 55 have awakened to the reality of the last 70 years -or possibly as far back as Hooverville- and what the establishment has done domestically and internationally. Hillary represents that generation, which is now fading out. The young, especially, are revolting en-mass because of the volume of information at their fingertips and serious concern over the state of the entire planet, from practically every perspective imaginable -human, animal, plant, water, food, technology and on and on. Likewise working class men and women in their mid to late 30's living paycheck to paycheck, still in debt from college, no retirement ability, no liquid assets and mortgage payments three times their income.

    What is surprising is the fellow -who I believe will be elected- leading this progression, Senator Sanders. He has out done Obama, Hillary -even Reagan- in spite of his age (and part of the Hillary generation) and his Brooklyn-ese accent. In all my meager 27 years of voting, or political engagement, have never seen such a person with such consistency in politics and success in law making for that amount of time. And, his message resonates from coast to coast, as well as abroad. Nearly 100 sovereign countries are in agreement with his approach. Less than two dozen support Hillary's. That's not something scoff at.

    However, if -and that is a very small if- the former SOS does make the nomination and the Sanders massive base supports her, then yes she could win the general election. Because, as we all know, Cruz, Rubio and Trump will not be elected. If fact, it was stated before Bush 2.0 left office that America would not see another Republican president for a least 20 years.

    1. Credence2 profile image86
      Credence2posted 8 months ago in reply to this

      Because Sanders is a true champion of real change he is running into resistance by the hidebound satisfied in offering a green M&M over the red.

      While Clinton is preferable to any Republican, I think that we can do so much better, having someone like Bernie hit the ball out of the park with his uncompromising committment to reform.

      I don't count Sanders out and I am definitely feeling the "Bern'.

      And, the momentum is on his side.....

    2. My Esoteric profile image89
      My Esotericposted 6 months ago in reply to this

      RealClearPolitics has recent polls for 13 states spread all over the country.  The result, so far is, 146 for HRC and 30 Trump.

  6. colorfulone profile image88
    colorfuloneposted 6 months ago

    Hillary says she is for equality for women and women's rights...

    Pay Gap Alert: Clinton Foundation Male Execs Earn 38% More Than Women

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/04/12/pay-g … z48TMOL000

    That number "38%" is really going to hurt Hillary's support from women once the word gets out to the public...and it will.   Let's see if MSM covers the story or not.   

    The Clinton Foundation is a SCAM...and Trump has 'standing' for a federal court case against Bill, Hillary, and their daughter for FRAUD.  Well, she isn't Bill's biological daughter.  It would open up a whole can of corruption and lies!

    Pretty funny how her lies are catching up to her...but what difference does it make now!  She is sinking her own campaign. Wait till Trump gets started on exposing her and the Clinton Crime Family. 

    Shall I go on...I could.

  7. colorfulone profile image88
    colorfuloneposted 6 months ago

    Instead of reading Trump's words on some sight, I go listen to what he actually says.  Which can be a hole different story and meaning than what someone who leans left has to write, AP.  Kind of what you write is a great example if you know what I mean. 

    All too often I have believed the lies,...instead of finding out for myself what was actually said and meant.   We're only human.

    1. Alternative Prime profile image85
      Alternative Primeposted 6 months ago in reply to this

      I already told you we evil "LIBERALs" get OUR Information directly from the SOURCE, either You-Tube or a LIVE Feed from "Drumpf" Trump's Racist High Pressure Sales Meetings which are completely Un-Filtered nor Modified in anyway ~ Unfortunately, to stay "Current" I'm forced to ENDURE his Pathetic Racist Rhetoric on Television ~

      Here's a good example of his OWN Misogynist WORDs and WHY the Vast Majority of WOMEN will NEVER Vote for this CON-Man ~

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uM19yt7MbN8

      1. ahorseback profile image52
        ahorsebackposted 6 months ago in reply to this

        Remember  , when it comes down to Trump v-s Hillary  ,  that  there is no way Hillary can once again  kill the will of the voting public by  using her democratic super -delegates !  That only works within the  slippery  socialistic ideals of the DNC .      I think the only way Bernie can win enough votes for office  is if Trump picks him for a VP.

        1. RJ Schwartz profile image92
          RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

          Poor Prime - he's gonna have a long 8 years in explaining to his propaganda crowd how the upcoming successes of President Trump are bad.  I'm not sure how he's going to spin high employment, strengthening cultural values, a fixed immigration system, and the house cleaning of corrupt bureaucrats from their perches in Washington as bad for America.

          1. Alternative Prime profile image85
            Alternative Primeposted 6 months ago in reply to this

            lol ~ "Drumpfy" Trump Managed to CON about 35% of Republicans into VOTING for his Racist Agenda, which isn't really that difficult a task considering that's about the same number of "Numbskulls" who still think President Obama is a Muslim from Kenya ~ smile ~ That leaves a BALANCE of Approximately 65% of R*E*P*U*B*L*I*C*A*N*S who REJECT Trump ~ NOT Good for the "Swindler Extraordinaire" ~ smile

            Sorry RJ, but even if the "DONALD" Manages to EVADE Prison before we reach November, 35% of the Right WING Nut Jobs ain't even enough to get him ELECTED Prez of the KKK, which is actually what I believe he thinks he's RUNNING for ~ smile ~ CONservatives would have had a better SHOT at Winning if they ran the "Ghost of BERNIE Madoff", at least he never Painted his FACE Orange ~ smile

            1. RJ Schwartz profile image92
              RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

              What language are you speaking - can you write anything without a bunch of sophomoric techniques?  You aren't texting on your iphone, you know.  Y
              Trump will be the next President - guaranteed - you on the other hand will still be here writing hieroglyphics to you minions.

              1. Alternative Prime profile image85
                Alternative Primeposted 6 months ago in reply to this

                lol ~ C'mon RJ  ~ smile ~

                The Language is ENGLISH my Friend & My READERs Enjoy my Imaginative Creativity ~ "BORING" is Not my STYLE, Never was but if you think "Sophmoric Techniques" are Offensive or Childish, how could you possibly support "Drumpfy" Trump ?? ~ smile ~ Just Curious ~ smile ~

                1. RJ Schwartz profile image92
                  RJ Schwartzposted 6 months ago in reply to this

                  I guess you gotta go with what works for your audience.  I like Trumps style - He isn't afraid to "bring it" - can it be considered a bit childish, yes I'd say so, but I can overlook it since he has the best interest of America as his platform.  Your girl Hillary is too tied to overseas money, open borders, and giving our Uranium away to Russia.....just saying

                  1. Alternative Prime profile image85
                    Alternative Primeposted 6 months ago in reply to this

                    Your ORANGE Boy Trump has the BEST Interest of DONALD Trump in mind NOT America ~ He has PROVEN this Unfortunate FACT Time & Time Again ~ INVESTIGATE his Past ~ sad

                    When you Swindle MILLIONs of Dollars from 1000's of HARD Working Americans as Trump is accused of, your TRUE Colors & Character are on Display ~ Just one Enlightening EXAMPLE of WHY Trump is "Unfit" and will NEVER become President ~ smile ~ Try DIGGING Up Bernie Madoff next time, Republicans might have a much better chance with him ~ smile

                  2. Castlepaloma profile image23
                    Castlepalomaposted 6 months ago in reply to this

                    Orange, is that not the colors they dress up criminal in, to make them more attractive for sex?

  8. colorfulone profile image88
    colorfuloneposted 6 months ago

    FBI Director James Comey calls it an "investigation" and said that's what the FBI does.  He said he has no idea what a "security inquire" is.  That is a term Hillary came up with to down play the FBI investigation into her email server and practices.  Another one of HC's fabrications.

    The FBI investigates crimes and this is a law enforcement proceeding.

    The media does not portray reality the way it really is. 
    Only 6% of Americans say they trust mainstream media.

    1. Castlepaloma profile image23
      Castlepalomaposted 6 months ago in reply to this

      That is good only 6%, many are really waking up.

  9. colorfulone profile image88
    colorfuloneposted 6 months ago

    Hillary Clinton keeps losing as Bernie piles up more wins state after state. 

    So, how is it that Hillary is winning?

    1. Castlepaloma profile image23
      Castlepalomaposted 6 months ago in reply to this

      Hillary 45% Bernie 29% in the polls.

      I take no sake in the outcome.

 
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