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Clinton or trump - poll watch

  • View Poll Results: Who would you vote for in the US election?
    Hillary Clinton
    631
    72.45%
    Donald Trump
    240
    27.55%

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    Should just vote for sad old Gary Johnson so they don't get into this situation again
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    (Original post by Orbital Rising)
    You sound confused. You should take a break, rub your two brain cells together and see if you can start a fire.
    he is right though, americans are dumb
    but I agree he only has two brain cells
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    (Original post by TelAviv)
    Should just vote for sad old Gary Johnson so they don't get into this situation again
    ikr or put bernie on the ballot

    but amricans are so silly winded they probably dont know they can do that

    they'd rather pick between an old clown and old witch
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    I'm an American citizen so sent off my absentee ballot last month and voted for Hillary!
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    Trump
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Would you be happy with the clintons in the white House when they use their foundations money on themselves and weddings rather than helping people?
    And Trump never did that? https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...dc7_story.html
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    Clinton all the way. All the closet racists have come out and once Trump loses they will all go back in their closets and read dailymail saying how the election was rigged.
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    I would defy vote Trump (as you can probably tell by my username)
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    Clinton.
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    Bernie>Jill Stein>Trump

    I would never vote for Clinton ever after she said this. She is not only a populist, she stands for everything that is bad about the US government. She supported the war on Iraq and the intervention in Libya. She is influenced by monetary gain and not the common good. Furthermore, Trump will keep the government static as Congress will not let any of his policies pass whereas Clinton can have a far more harmful effect by initiating other wars in the Middle East.

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    Between the two? Trump, without a doubt.
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    (Original post by Cyclosporin)
    Gary Johnson. There are more then 2 people running for president...
    "What is Aleppo"
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    but americans are so dumb that they'll fall for the "I'm a woman!!" drivel
    I think it is more the "I'm not Trump" drive.

    You can blame Trump for that one.

    It is nice though how being a woman is not a killer blow to being president though.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    I think it is more the "I'm not Trump" drive.

    You can blame Trump for that one.
    hmm, I don't know - hillary's husband (who is obviously a hugely connected individual to both her life and her political career) has an awful record that "trumps" trump's record of sleezy chauvinism which trump is now famous for on multiple counts. also, hillary actually defended a known child rapist in court. it's all a matter of whether people even realise that fact, because, and I repeat: the fact that she is a woman is a major selling point. it's a major selling point because it gives the appearance of "change"(tm). but obviously she is offering basically nothing in the way of change. at least in the way of "good" changes.

    It is nice though how being a woman is not a killer blow to being president though.
    well yeah, of course it's not - america isn't a sexist society - it's actually one of the more egalitarian ones. their electoral institutions just tend towards males because 1) more men enter politics than women on average, making the candidate pool of men much larger, and 2) given point 1, because more men actually specialise in politics, they'll tend to have more experience than their female counterparts, at least usually. therefore, they tend to make stronger candidates in such a situation. if they had a multi-candidate system in their congressional districts, however, you're almost guaranteed to see more women in that it's not an all or nothing result whereby the men are usually "better" candidates; in that kind of new system, they will be more likely to balance the gender ratios to maximise their appeal to each gender, at least that's the trend when countries switch to PR...
    ...I just realised I just went off completely there - sorry
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    (Original post by balanced)
    "What is Aleppo"
    I doubt even hillary would have known where "aleppo" was until it was more of a mainstream point of discussion regarding syria - the problem was that it was so fresh in the situation of johnson's interview that of course it was going to be too new for him to know about. it's surprising that this is even being seen as scandelous seeing as it would be self-explanatory to just refer to the "refugee camp(s) in syria"
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    Comon people TRUMP 2016! Unless you want ww3 with Killary
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    Clinton will be the first US female president so I'd probably vote for Clinton.
    tbh I wanted to see this poll results but it's hidden
    I hate suspense
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    I'm rooting for Trump. Why, you ask? For the LOLs, my friends, for the LOLs.

    It would also piss off all the high-and-mighty Hilary-backing douchenozzles. And Trump might end up being a good president. Wouldn't that be ironic?
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    Choo Choo! #billclintonisarapist.
 
 
 
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