With the two major party Presidential candidates in the U.S. both from nothern states (IL and MA), and the current VP also from a northern state (DE), and Mitt Romney's likely VP from a northern state (OH or MN), is it fair to conclude that the political center in the U.S. has shifted north? It wasn't long ago that Presidential candidates had to be from either the south or west in the U.S. to win the Presidency.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Who do you contend will win the 2016 United States presidency and why?
by Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago
Trump/Clinton....Are U happy to be an american with these odds?If Hilary wins america would have traveled back in time to the 1990s (bill clinton) and you'll probably be lied to everyday.If Trump wins he could start a War.Choose wisely..........................
by Credence2 23 months ago
I would have liked to have more of a reason to support the Democratic ticket beyond the fact that I strongly dislike and distrust Trump and Pense. Clinton with her recent VP pick hasn't given me one.While Caine is more of a centrist and safe choice, the fact is that there are so many of us...
by Michael Ward 2 years ago
Do you think the candidates for the American Presidency are too radical?With Bernie Sanders as a democratic socialist, Ted Cruz as a tea party favorite, and Donald Trump as... well expletive deleted. It seems like a lot of the candidates for the Presidency are extremely conservative or extremely...
by Yves 18 months ago
Obama's Presidency is nearing it's end. What is his legacy, in your view?All opinions are welcome. I am interested to hear how different people view Barak Obama, as Commander-In-Chief.
by mio cid 23 months ago
The man is truly embarrassing,he is incapable of answering a single question on any topic because of the fear of the extreme right which makes him give nonsensical answers and look like a mumbling fool when asked even the simplest of questions.
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