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Good point about the justices. Also your last remarks, which is basically what I was thinking, but it didn't come out that way.
We are likely talking about replacements for four (4) Supreme Court justices in the next four to eight years.
Well at least you give us a fair view of your opinions... which is why each person has to make their own choice based on their beliefs and priorities. Ridding America of Obamacare and allowing real competition between insurance companies is one ex.
John McCain said that the Republicans are united to block any SCOTUS nominee for 4 years if Clinton wins. I hate McCain.
We have a candidate that is a Misandrist, and has no accomplishments in government for the people and the country. She couldn't even defeat a less accomplished sen Obama in 2008. She will continue the decline of the US where Obama left off.
We will only see change if Trump wins. If Hillary wins we will see more of Obama and WORSE.
What makes you think it will get better if Trump wins? He has no plan; he merely spouts that "he will make America great again." How is he going to do that? Warmed over trickle down economics? Didn't work the first time.
Are you asking me or Greg, MizB? I don't have any delusions one way or another about either of the candidates. It's a wait and see thing for me.
This is toxic, racist nonsense. You could at least do a LITTLE fact-checking. For example, rapes in Sweden are stable and police have had to retract initial responses blaming refugees. Jeez isn't the world tense enough without you making it worse?
greenmind Sweden has the highest rape rate in Europe, and the second highest in the world. Fact. http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/01/sweden...
It is like when you are hammer, everything looks like a nail, ex, liberal hammer, racist nail.
The SCOTUS needs to have more decisive decisions, 5-4 doesn't resolve the issue, 6-3 or 7-2 is better. But not if the SCOTUS is loaded with liberals
I think ‘whether it matters’ depends on how far forward you look.
For the near term, I would concur, not likely.
For the longer term, a vote for third party candidates enables future challenge of the two-party system.
It certainly won't change with Clinton, but if the people continue to revolt against the status quo, and support president Trump, then we have a chance of shaking up the loyal party voter. The loyalist party voter is the root cause.
Clinton is not accomplished, she has failed at everything she has done in government. She couldn't even beat a less accomplished sen Obama. Accomplishment is not mere action, it has to result in a benefit. It is more than an intention
Eric, I see that your sensible answer has again been Trumped.
Very funny Miz. I just cannot get into the hate factor of politics or religion. Can you even imagine how smart and competent one has to be to be nominated?