I would imagine for most liberals she'd have to abandon the Democrat's party platform: ie switch from pro-choice to pro-life, be against raising the minimum wage, repeal Obamacare instead of fixing it, abandon restructuring of college loans, be against raising taxes on the top 1%, abandon commonsense gun measures such as if you're on the "no fly" list you shouldn't be allowed to purchase a gun, be against instituting a realistic immigration policy, and announce she's no longer in favor of marriage equality and equal pay for women, or maintaining Social Security/Medicare as is....etc
The bottom line is neither candidate is in danger of losing their base voters! As Trump stated he could shoot someone and not lose voters.
Most people (vote for a party platform) regardless of who is the candidate. Rarely if ever do Republicans vote Democrat or vice versa. The party's are so different when it comes addressing issues.
None of Hillary's issues have anything to do with her party's platform.
I wouldn't vote for Hillary if she was caught on tape talking about grabbing a man by his private parts, filed for numerous bankruptcies, didn't pay her contractors, treated men as less than equal, didn't want equal pay between the sexes, was against Planned Parenthood, if she used slogans and chants to incite a mob mentality, and finally, if she claimed she was going to build a ludicrous wall between Mexico and the United States.
Well since none of those things are felonies or criminal offenses by a gov't employee, most are mere sensational and belated accusations I have to assume there is no way you would vote for crooked Hillary, that is unless you are a hypocrite.
Excellent! Totally with you Dennis. Also if I thought she suddenly didn't know how a bill became a law; if she called deaf actress Marlee Matlin retarded; if she imitated a person with disabilities; if she thought she knew more than all the Gen. etc.
As a Progressive, Bernie Sanders supporter, if Hillary said something so incredibly stupid regarding global climate change as "It's called weather, people"; if she had the ignorance to ask "If we have nuclear bombs, why don't we use them? on and on
Why do those on the right always need to call those who disagree with them a name? I am no hypocrite, but I am someone who doesn't want to roll back the hands of time. When you go low I will go high.
Dennis, calling you a a hypocrite simply doesn't follow any logic whatsoever.You listed your reasons.(Quite clever I might add) The only way that would make you a hypocrite would be if Hillary did one of those things and you still voted for her.
Billie Kelpin - Thank you for your positive response. It is nice to read a voice of reason.I also liked the reply from KatyWhoWaited. Katy, you put the icing on the cake of critical thinking people.
It is the left that incited violence at Trump rallies and against conservatives in general.
Wikileaks emails reveal DNC conspiracy in anti-Trump protests
http://dailycaller.com/2016/07/24/leake … -protests/
The left didn't beat people at their rallies. The left didn't burn down a black church with srpay paint that said, "Vote Trump." The left hasn't been endorsed by the KKK. Finally, the left doesn't want to get in bed with Russia and China.
by John Wilson 15 months ago
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by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
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by Catherine Mostly 2 years ago
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by ahorseback 4 months ago
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by ahorseback 2 months ago
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by Greg Schweizer 2 years ago
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