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How do you think a first woman president would go compared to a first black one?


Are Hillary's ideas too much like Obama's to make a difference do you think? Would she be the same disappointment as our recent election has shown the president to be?

 

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    James Trentadue (James King 32) 2 years ago

    I'll take Queen Victoria. Not Queen Jezebel though.

    A Democratic Republic should be much different that a Monarchy . Unless the people give the power up.


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    Pollyannalana 2 years ago

    It seems she is already wanting war among women (of course is just a ploy to win votes) her ideas thus far have been so Obama-like I don't see how she can separate herself from him to those with a memory. Without doubt has kept his secrets hid.

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    Pollyannalana 2 years ago

    That makes a lot of sense.


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    SAQIB (SAQIB6608) 2 years ago

    Lonestar ! you may be right but FIRST has a NOMINAL value. 9/11 being a drama has the other side to it.

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    cathylynn99 2 years ago

    not voting is worse, because some candidates are definitely worse than others. the koch brothers buying our government are banking on their hope that you won't vote.


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    Pollyannalana 2 years ago

    Great definition of American and I can't see that I disagree with anything you say; except to be fair I really know nothing about Elizabeth Warren. I do think it would be the biggest mistake we could make though to have Clinton after Obama.


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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    Race and gender have no bearing. It's all about whether one agrees with a political party's agenda. The president is the figurehead for his/her party.

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    cathylynn99 2 years ago

    obama is an eisenhower republican. i'm a liberal and obama is not my hero, just the lesser of evils, as hillary will be if she gets the chance.


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    Pollyannalana 2 years ago

    The rich and powerful who buy the president; that's true. Or promised power.