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Who would make a better president - Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton ?

Updated on April 20, 2008

One of these two Senators will be the Presidential Nominee of the Democrat Party

The President of the United States of America has the most responsible Job in the Nation


The President of the United States of America is the head of state and head of government of the United States. The President is at the head of the executive branch of the federal government, whose role is to enforce national law as given in the Constitution and written by Congress. Article Two of the Constitution establishes the President as commander-in-chief of the armed forces and enumerates powers specifically granted to the President, including the power to sign into law or veto bills passed by both houses of Congress. The President also has the power to create a cabinet of advisers and to grant pardons or reprieves. Finally, with the "advice and consent" of the Senate, the President is empowered to make treaties and appoint federal officers ambassadors, and federal judges, including Justices of the Supreme Court. As with officials in the other branches of the United States government, the Constitution restrains the President with a set of checks and balances designed to prevent any individual or group from taking absolute power.

The President needs to be a person of high moral character, someone who is trustworthy and who will not tell lies that will hurt the country.

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Hillary Clinton is also a Liar

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QUESTION: Who would make a better president - Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton ?

ANSWER: Neither of them is fit to be the President of the United States of America.


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      H P Roychoudhury 8 years ago from Guwahati, India

      Hillary Clinton as well as Barrack Osama both is equally good or bad for Presidency of the United States. It is immoral and unjustified to merit the facts either on the basis of gender or color white or black rather it should be the performance initiated by the time and the expected future performance. At this juncture of administration and Global scenario, it is better not to be biased by giving opinion in favor of either of one as the majority opinion is already there. People should have the patience to wait to see their activity as the time period permitted by the majority is not exceeded.

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      Oscar Williams 9 years ago

      All polititions lie. It's a part of the game. Some lies are because they cannot remember what they said the first time. Sometime it is just a change of mind after they realize they took the wrong view or stand on a somtheing. It is an ever changeing invironment they live in. They just don't have time to keep up with every change. They have to sell themselves and there idea to get others to go along with them inorder to get bills past. If you take these lies seriously you will be dong what some people are doing now, posting utubes on the net trying to defame someones character. Hey, may be I just lied........ you'll never know will ya!

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      vrajavala 9 years ago from Port St. Lucie

      You're right. He lies about fundamental things too. Why did he convert/ and why did he choose the biggest Afro- American congregation in chicago? Now, he's a little embarassed because it happens to have an Un-american radical agenda. But it served him when he first ran for political office, because atheists do not make it in american politics.

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      blangrehr 9 years ago from Spartanburg SC

      Saying that Obama tells the truth about things is just dumb. He may very well be the best president out of the three we have to choose from but lies every time he opens his mouth. Let’s see:

      He lied about campaign finance, two different subtopics.

      He lied about Jeremiah Wright: a bunch of different times in this one.

      He lied about his association with Bills Ayers; a terrorist.

      He lied about the good honest people of Pennsylvania.

      The fact is that his policy changes depending on who he talks to. He’s a politician; he will do anything and everything to get elected. That’s what politicians do!

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      JonnyBRock 9 years ago from New York City

      Barack Obama will make the best president. Why? For one he actually tells the truth about things. The Gas Tax Holiday is a great example of that. While McCain & Clinton continue to play politics as usual Obama gives the real truth that it's just a pandering scam designed to make people THINK politicians are doing something about the problem when they aren't really doing anything about it! For another he will drastically improve our reputation around the world. Third his foreign policy will make us safer. It will give us the troops we need to be ready if there's a real emergency. He will go after the real terrorists and not divert attention away n order to get oill. Another great thing about Obama is that I think he's a very practical man. He's someone who wants to get things done. Regrdless.

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      Zahara 9 years ago

      Barak Obama will make a excellent president!!!!

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      Sal Walker 9 years ago from Around the way


      As a white man, I would have to say how very sad it is that you make such an ignorant statement, speculating that such a thing would occur.  Will you be inciting these "riots"?

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      Shafer in 2008 9 years ago

      I honestly believe they both would be abyssmal presidents. McCain is clearly the best choice this year. But between Obama and Hillary, I'd have to honestly say Hillary (as much as I dislike her and her politics) would not be as bad as Barack Obama-- more experience and has Bill Clinton (a pretty smart politician) in her corner.

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      blangrehr 9 years ago from Spartanburg SC

      She didn’t say President Bush has been a good president, she said a good leader. Just because you hate him doesn’t mean he hasn’t lead. Maybe you should turn to the dictionary for a definition of leadership, because you don’t understand the term. The freak far left always makes that same mistake, all the hate and anger clouds all other decisions and ideas. For a party that’s supposed to be about inclusion, and tolerance and fairness, there sure is a lot of hate. I guess the left stands for all that stuff only if you agree with it.

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      Drivers Education 9 years ago

      I hope that whatever you're smoking when you say George Bush is a leader that you shall share it with us when McSame becomes President. You're SURELY joking right?

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      AlishaD 9 years ago

      Thanks for posting this. My answer to this request was going to be much to short for a proper hub.

      Neither one.

      I agree with Stella. How very right you are.

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      Britton King 9 years ago from North Carolina Mountains

      I agree Congress is the issue. Term limits for them would solve lots of problems. Number one.. they would have to be accountable pretty quickly to get back in for the second term. Bush is if nothing else, consistant. You know what is up with him,  black and white. McCain is the same. I do believe McCain will win on character alone if enough thinking people vote. My biggest concern with "Obama is the racial riots that may be in the wings waiting for him to fail. Will we the "white majority" be blamed for his failure? Will we just sit and take it? Yes. How very sad.

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      blangrehr 9 years ago from Spartanburg SC

      I agree, Congress is the problem, but we are to blame. We should insist on term limits, just as with the Presidencies.

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      Wbisbill 9 years ago from Tennessee USA

      I am not really happy with any of our candidates, but our bigger problem is the U.S. congress. We are being led by populism more than by leadership.

      One can criticize Bush - but I have found him to be a leader. You know where he stands.

      Example - The Iraq war was popular among the people and therefore by congress. All the world had access to basically the same evidences of WMD; the U.N. had become irrelevant in any negotiations; and other factors.

      Then, after entering the war - one of the most obvious smear campaigns against our troops and president turned the populace.

      I could go on but will not. - The point is that very few held consistent leadership - Bush did! The left - media helped create and ran with the tide!

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      vrajavala 9 years ago from Port St. Lucie

      I'm an astrologer. One of the characteristics that i look for in a political person is his/her propensity to be diplomatic (to lie). if you examine pretty much all the astrological profiles of all the presidents, you will find that they are all liars. It's pretty much a qualification for political life. Honesty doesn't get you too far in political life. i think that Obama is, however, a "closet atheist". his mother and maternal grandparents who raised him were/are atheists. He merely converted because no atheist has ever been elected President. In fact there is only one atheist in congress or the Senate. Obama probably never even went to church. Where was he on Easter? In the Bahamas vacationing. &