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Hilary will more than likely win the presidential election...

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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:34 PM
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Yup you read that right. However I want to say first I'm not a supporter of Hillary nor am I even a supporter of the democratic party.
This is just my opinion and pure speculation as I get into this.

Hillary is a manufactured political candidate produced by think tanks(at least this is what I like to think),this is seen just based on the language she uses in press conferences,interviews and any other such contact with media figures. I know she isn't the only one but I highlight this for the reason that its so in your face of how fake her personality is that there is no facet of Hillary's personality really shown in the media. No rational person can say that they know who Hillary really is...Tying this in,her fake personality is also indicative of her stances on certain issues... She goes where the wind blows my friends,flip-flopping every which way when the political climate suits her.
(e.g Supported DOMA in 96 and then later supporting Gay marriage in 08,
Supported NAFTA but denounces the TPP
and She now claims to support the fight against Climate change but in the past supported Offshore drilling and the extraction of fossil fuels)

The hypocrisy of Hillary's stances on issues are endless in her political record,however she counts very much on the ignorance of her supporters and future supporters to the incredibly long list of failed policies and legislation she's supported. Unfortunately this is what actually might gain her a few votes in the general election. It's sad to think about but much of the U.S population is generally ill informed about politics altogether and this is regardless of political spectrum here.

I think she'll probably win for the sad fact that will probably become well established at the end of this election cycle one way or another that the voters really don't have the power in their hands to enact political change. This I'm sure is not news to many members but I understand why those might be in denial of this concept. That the candidate for POTUS has already been selected for the job and this candidate is more than likely Hillary. Trump I think is just running as the republican front-runner to ruin the chances of any future republican candidate from even having a chance at the general election by alienating entire demographics that are going to be a huge deciding factor for both parties. Also his policies are nothing more than a harsher and stricter stance on illegal immigration and not taking sh1t from China or Russia.

Bernie on the other hand,I honestly believe actually gives somewhat of a crap about helping the average joe,although I think the DNC only let him run on the democratic platform simply to make Hillary look slightly better by comparison. Bernie's socialist views may draw a crowd of young eager college and university students but all is lost once you see how radical some of his views are on gun control,the economy,racism and infrastructure reform. His political views may be consistent,nonetheless still in this day and age in America his political principles of socialism many Americans are opposed to for a variety of reasons,mainly because a bigger spending planning essentially means the taxpayer's end up paying for all the free stuff at a costly price. I also think they let him just to see if Socialist views were popular among american voters and if such a candidate could even outlast some the more moderate liberals.

I think this election year is all setup and perfectly planned for another Clinton presidency. Hey, American got Two Bushes into offices,attempted a third one. I don't think it would be too much of a stretch to see this sort of political puppet show going on in the democratic side.

Thoughts ATS community?




posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:38 PM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

I posted this in another thread but I thought it was an excellent example of my opinion.

. . . . Political elections are like casino's.

Everyone has their favorite game or table or slot machine.

Everyone dumps their money into each one hoping that it will pay off for them.

But in reality, the House always wins, and we go home a little poorer.

Trump, Cruz, Clinton, Sanders. . . . . it doesn't really matter.

We all have our favorites and we'll all choose our favorite in the hopes that it'll pay off for us.

But in the end, after all is said and done, the House will always win.

Just enjoy the game.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:41 PM
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a reply to: DBCowboy

That pretty much sums up what I think of the democratic system in the U.S.
Wonderful analogy DBCowboy!



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:42 PM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

She is what you get when she gets all of her positions from the latest focus group. She cares about nothing, but cementing her legacy.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:44 PM
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It is a very sad reality that hillary will probably win, i am still dreaming of a ron paul/ sanders ticket.
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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:46 PM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
a reply to: NateTheAnimator

She is what you get when she gets all of her positions from the latest focus group. She cares about nothing, but cementing her legacy.


And this is different from most of the other candidates how?

BTW... I agree that Hillary will likely win and that I'm as wary of her possible presidency as much as I am of Donald, Marco and Cruz.

It's quite a sad bag of lying rotten tomatoes, imho.
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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:50 PM
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Hilary is the only Bilderberg left isn't she?

She will win the election and become POTUS, the establishment demand it.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:51 PM
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a reply to: Metallicus




She is what you get when she gets all of her positions from the latest focus group. She cares about nothing, but cementing her legacy.


This is true,some of her supporters have even gone as far as saying you're a sexist if you don't vote for Hillary.
I would think that any women running for president at this point probably has some ambition for a legacy of being the first female president. Much like I'm sure Obama had a similar an ambition,one that I think got him the victory over McCain.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 05:54 PM
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I don't agree. I've heard more criticisms of her this past week than ever before. I feel like voters on both sides are really growing tired of her and shift their focus on other candidates. Personally, I'd almost vote for any of the other candidates before her.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 06:35 PM
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I don't agree. I've heard more criticisms of her this past week than ever before. I feel like voters on both sides are really growing tired of her and shift their focus on other candidates. Personally, I'd almost vote for any of the other candidates before her.


And there's been much more criticism of her going on for years and yet they haven't been able to pin her down on anything solid. Which is kind of telling me that she has support of powerful interest whom want someone like her in power and I think it's more than guaranteed that that the critics won't slow her down as this email scandal hasn't got to her or too many of her supporters to cause a backlash.

If I had to vote at all,It would have been for Rand Paul! Sadly he had no chance to even be nominated as a presidential republican candidate.
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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 06:54 PM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

As has been said above...Hilary.....Bilderberg, the fix is in.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 07:21 PM
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The fact that Hillary is a woman will factor into a big win in my opinion. Hopefully her true personality can shine through for a change and she can make some good choices.. The trumpster will cruise to the republican victory but he will not be the no 1..
edit on 15 3 2016 by skywatcher44 because: Added


Listening to her speech from West Palm Beach Clinton HQ she is saying what a lot like to hear very positive and will be 5 from 5 Tonight..
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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 07:25 PM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

I still believe the timing of this email scandal is not accidental, unfortunate, or meaningless.

And I also believe that the candidate with the biggest spending plan and the plan to grow the biggest government is The Chosen One. There's too much power and profit to be made from a Sanders administration to count him out yet.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 08:25 PM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

It's More than Likely you are Completely Wrong . Donald S. Trump WILL be the Next President Of The United States . Numbers Don't Lie , but The MSM and their Backers Do .



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 08:30 PM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

Bilderberg, Soros, and some others decided this 3 years ago.- No mystery



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 09:31 AM
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a reply to: NateTheAnimator

As a member of the ATS community all I can say is that you're drop dead correct, Hilary will be the next POTUS and Trump and MSM are assuring that.

The thing to watch here, (if any of this charade is worth watching), is how the Media has spun the anti-Trump protests into protests by Bernie supporters against Trump. That sets up a "mind wig" of sorts that translates to "if Bernie loses, I, as a Bernie supporter, must vote for Hilary to stop Trump!"

The Democrat elites have known for some time that Hilary doesn't attract the Millennial voter group, i.e., the "young" people. So to create Millennial support they've created this Trump v. Bernie, Bernie v. Trump paradigm that greatly improves the possibility that Bernie supporters will turn out for Hilary.

To your OP I would add two warnings: 1) while the outcome of the POTUS race may be fairly well settled if its Hilary v. Trump, the thing to remember is that this makes the down ballot races for Congress all the more important and if there's going to be any chance of slowing down the Hilary agenda its in voting for and electing opponent Legislators, be they Republican or Libertarian then 2) I'd warn that this election may herald the beginning of the creation of what amounts to a One Party State of the US. One Party States are extremely dangerous! The most recent examples of One Party States are Italy under the Fascist Mussolini, Germany under the Nazi's and of course Russian and China under the Communist parties.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 09:42 AM
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Guess it's time for ATS to go into full Trump support mode.

That is unless...you like the establishment

Bern victims who vote for Trump out of spite are the real despicable ones.




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