As a person eligible to vote in the USA vote for president, how many times did y

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  1. Perspycacious profile image81
    Perspycaciousposted 23 months ago

    As a person eligible to vote in the USA vote for president, how many times did you change your mind?

    You might also consider adding approximately when you made, or will make, your final choice and vote/voted.

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  2. gregas profile image82
    gregasposted 23 months ago

    I have never changed my mind, I have wanted Trump since he first said he wanted to bring change to Washington DC and make America Better. He said that at the beginning of the primaries. That's what made America back him.

    1. Perspycacious profile image81
      Perspycaciousposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      I agree.  When some Americans finally get "fed up" the last thing they want is "more of the same".

  3. Ken Burgess profile image90
    Ken Burgessposted 23 months ago

    With Trump there are a lot of ????s and a lot of unknowns because he has never been a politician, hence no record.

    I would love to support someone with Clinton's 'experience'... so long as it was good, productive experience.  But I have done my homework, and the history of her wrongdoings goes way back... and it matches up well with all that is coming out from WikiLeaks, the FBI, and more... she has used the office of the IRS and DOJ in the past, and present against people she considered her 'enemies'...

    She has repeatedly lied or switched position on every major political issue, this shows me that she could care less, the only thing that matters to her is power... getting elected... political expediency.  With that comes past actions that show she has no empathy for people, no real sense of decency... just what has to be done to get ahead, get what she wants.

    She will SAY the right things... she has become well groomed in that, no more stories about landing under sniper fire or gold standard trade agreements... but just because she is telling you what you want to hear, doesn't mean she means one damned word of it, and her track record shows this.

    Trump on the other hand says the wrong things, or has them interpreted in the worst way possible by the media, all the time... but compared to Hillary he is far more sincere, straight forward, and truly seems to have been moved by the people he has come in contact with along the campaign trail this year.

    In addition... he may want praise and credit, that big ego thing... but he has not been soured by 30 years of politics, he hasn't shown any inkling to use the IRS, DOJ, and other federal powers against his 'enemies' like Clinton.

    Clinton is dangerous, to our Republic, to our Liberties and most of all to our ECONOMY... the trade deals, the taxes that she will impose and follow through on will do more harm to our wallets than Obamacare... and how is that wonderful law working out for you?  Are you paying $2500 less for your insurance now?  Are you still seeing your same doctors now?  Can you even afford to have insurance next year?

    Would I love to have the opportunity to vote for a personal favorite, say Condoleezza Rice?  I would, she is qualified, experienced and IMO an expert at policy and evaluating the situation and coming up with the correct solutions.

    But between the two choices... there is no choice... Clinton is the more dangerous of the two for our country, and our wallets.

  4. MizBejabbers profile image92
    MizBejabbersposted 23 months ago

    I have never changed my mind during this election process. I wish I could take the Libertarian candidates seriously, but their Lum and Abner way of handling international politics turns me off. Neither seems to have the knowledge needed to deal with countries like Russia or North Korea, much less the Middle East. The Green Party's agenda is too unrealistic for me to consider. They have a few points that I like, but most of it is too socialistic for this country to afford. The Green Party should draw some disappointed Bernie voters, though.

  5. tamarawilhite profile image89
    tamarawilhiteposted 23 months ago

    During the primary, I debated a lot.
    For Republican versus Democrat, no debate, must vote against furthering the bad socialist policies Clinton will enact and outright fascism like organizing violence at Trump rallies and blaming them on Trump supporters.

 
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