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There really isn't any qualified presidential candidates in this election. But, I would say that Donald Trump is the most promising candidates. Clinton, and Sanders have both had their time in congress, and they were lackluster at best.
So most promising for Trump means that he has a clear slate, and because the bar has been set so low in the last several elections, he should easily clear the bar.
He is the most likely to cross the isle and that alone would give him a win that no other recent president has been able to accomplish. It is a gamble with an unknown, but it can't be any worse than the best that can be accomplished with the known of Clinton and Sanders.
Trump claims that it's "already been done" -- doesn't that sound like he's been buying the political prostitutes' vote? I call them prostitutes if they sell themselves, even if it's a vote and not sex. I think Trump will not win, though.
What has already been done?
Right now I would say established politicians are the last thing we need, because we need radical change to fix things instead of a bad status quo.
by mio cid21 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...
by David Stillwell5 years ago
As voters, Why are we excepting either Romney or Obama as presidential candidates for 2012.The argument over leadership and leadership abilities, lost job, jobs sent overseas, economic policy, foreign policy, national...
by Grace Marguerite Williams21 months ago
What is YOUR ASSESSMENT of Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate & ....as a....PERSON?
by arizonataylor5 years ago
Should a presidential candidate’s religion be a factor in an election, or is it a personal issue?
by Demas W Jasper19 months ago
If the presidential candidate you favor is not the winner, will you be able to "live with it"?
by Jill Spencer2 years ago
Is Trump a viable presidential candidate?If he is, what does that say about our political process? If he's not, how do you explain the polls?
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