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Will who wins the 2016 presidential election really make a meaningful difference to most Americans?


 

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 10 months ago

    Good point about the justices. Also your last remarks, which is basically what I was thinking, but it didn't come out that way.


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    greenmind 10 months ago

    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?


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    Greg Schweizer (gregas) 10 months ago

    We will only see change if Trump wins. If Hillary wins we will see more of Obama and WORSE.


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    FitnezzJim 10 months ago

    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.


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    bradmasterOCcal 10 months ago

    Eric

    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


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