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Hilary Clinton vs Donald Trump for President? How About Neither Of Them!

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posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 07:45 AM
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a reply to: yesyesyes

Benghazy is much more than a political witch hunt. Clinton had ample notice that the terrorist attack was imminent and she knew when it was occurring yet didn't send help and then lied to the American people calling it a you tube video. Our ambassador and three others died in that tragedy.

But I agree that John Kasich is a sincere and genuine candidate who can be trusted with the the Highest Office In The Land. Clinton is ingenuous and simply cannot be trusted.




posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 08:27 PM
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Unfortunately it is looking more and more like a Trump v Clinton national election in November. The only way the republicans can avoid the dictator Trump or the utterly ingenuous Cruz is via a brokered convention in July with the emerging of a compromise candidate on later ballots such as Governor John Kasich of Ohio or House speaker Paul Ryan

Bernie Sanders is still in the race but likely not for much longer given front runner Clinton's huge delegate lead despite the fact that Sanders is getting close in the crucial California primary set for June 7Th. Moreover, polls do have Clinton set to sweep the Pennsylvania and Maryland primaries as well as others tomorrow which could all but end it for the Socialist Sanders long before the California Primary even takes place.

John Kasich would ,in any case, defeat both the lying architect of Benghazy, Libya and e-mail scandal laden Clinton, as well as the Socialist Bernie Sanders head to head in November.

Given the above, Kasich is the obvious choice with his experience, demeanor, and broad based appeal to both democrats as well as independents and moderates. He will govern from the center, unite the country, defeat Isis, and work well with Congress. He has none of the disqualifying obvious flaws of the other candidates and he is refreshingly honest with the kind of obvious integrity that will be respected by world leaders and serve as an excellent role model for our children and grandchildren.



posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 08:43 PM
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Democrats will have a really tough time emotionally, if Trump beats Hillary in November. Republicans are used to having 8 years of Democratic control.



posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 08:51 PM
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a reply to: carewemust

But it won't happen, carewemust. All the leading polls have Hillary beating Trump quite handily by around 10% to 14 % in the popular vote and with around 425 electoral votes. Clinton would win every important swing state.

In addition the projected landslide win by Clinton could also result in both the House and the Senate going to the Democrats with the possibility of a splintering of the entire Republican Party into ruins.



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