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Richard Hanna Becomes First Republican Congressman To Say He’ll Vote For Hillary Clinton

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posted on Aug, 3 2016 @ 12:38 PM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

Former Vice Presidents and other federal Cabinet-level officials[edit]

Former Vice President Dick Cheney in 2004
Dick Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States (2001–2009)[2]
Michael Mukasey, 81st Attorney General (2007–2009)[3]
Dan Quayle, 44th Vice President of the United States (1989–1993)[4]
Donald Rumsfeld, 13th and 21st Secretary of Defense (1975–1977, 2001–2006)[5]
State and territorial governors[edit]

Governor Chris Christie in 2015

Governor Mike Pence in 2015
Greg Abbott, Texas[6]
Robert Bentley, Alabama[7]
Terry Branstad, Iowa[8]
Sam Brownback, Kansas (former 2008 presidential candidate)[9]
Phil Bryant, Mississippi[10]
Eddie Calvo, Guam[11]
Chris Christie, New Jersey (former 2016 presidential candidate)[12]
Jack Dalrymple, North Dakota[13]
Nathan Deal, Georgia[14]
Mary Fallin, Oklahoma[15]
Nikki Haley, South Carolina[16]
Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas[17]
Paul LePage, Maine[18]
Pat McCrory, North Carolina[19]
Butch Otter, Idaho[20]
Mike Pence, Indiana (Republican Party nominee for Vice President in 2016)[21]
Pete Ricketts, Nebraska[22]
Brian Sandoval, Nevada[23]
Rick Scott, Florida[24]
Ralph Torres, Northern Mariana Islands[25]
Scott Walker, Wisconsin (former 2016 presidential candidate)[26]

Former Governor Sarah Palin in 2012
Jan Brewer, Arizona[27]
Donald DiFrancesco, New Jersey[28]
Robert Ehrlich, Maryland[29]
Jim Gilmore, Virginia (former 2008 and 2016 presidential candidate)[30]
Dave Heineman, Nebraska[31]
Mike Huckabee, Arkansas (former 2008 and 2016 presidential candidate)[32]
Bobby Jindal, Louisiana (former 2016 presidential candidate)[33]
Frank Keating, Oklahoma[34]
Sarah Palin, Alaska (Republican Party nominee for Vice President in 2008)[35]
Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota (former 2012 presidential candidate)[36]
Rick Perry, Texas (former 2012 and 2016 presidential candidate)[37]
Don Sundquist, Tennessee[38]
U.S. Senators[edit]

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in 2009

U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions in 2011
John Barrasso of Wyoming[39]
Roy Blunt of Missouri[40]
Richard Burr of North Carolina[41]
Bill Cassidy of Louisiana[42]
Thad Cochran of Mississippi[43]
Bob Corker of Tennessee[44]
John Cornyn of Texas, Senate Majority Whip[45]
Tom Cotton of Arkansas[46]
Mike Crapo of Idaho[47]
Steve Daines of Montana[48]
Mike Enzi of Wyoming[49]
Joni Ernst of Iowa[50]
Deb Fischer of Nebraska[51]
Chuck Grassley of Iowa[52]
Orrin Hatch of Utah, President pro tempore of the Senate[53]
John Hoeven of North Dakota[54]
Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma[55]
Johnny Isakson of Georgia[54]
Ron Johnson of Wisconsin[56]
James Lankford of Oklahoma[57]
John McCain of Arizona (Republican Party nominee for President in 2008)[46]
Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Senate Majority Leader[58]
Jerry Moran of Kansas[59]
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska[60]
Rand Paul of Kentucky (former 2016 presidential candidate)[61]
David Perdue of Georgia[62]
Rob Portman of Ohio[63]
Pat Roberts of Kansas[64]
Mike Rounds of South Dakota[65]
Marco Rubio of Florida (former 2016 presidential candidate)[66]
Tim Scott of South Carolina[67]
Jeff Sessions of Alabama[68][69]
Dan Sullivan of Alaska[46]
John Thune of South Dakota[70]
Thom Tillis of North Carolina[71]
David Vitter of Louisiana[72]
Roger Wicker of Mississippi[73]

Former Senate Majority Leader and 1996 Republican presidential nominee Bob Dole
Scott Brown of Massachusetts[74]
Jeffrey Chiesa of New Jersey[75]
Tom Coburn of Oklahoma[76]
Bob Dole of Kansas (Republican Party nominee for President in 1996 and for Vice President in 1976)[77]
Bob Kasten of Wisconsin[78]
Trent Lott of Mississippi[10]
Mack Mattingly of Georgia[79]
Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania (former 2012 and 2016 presidential candidate)[80]
U.S. Representatives[edit]

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in 2011

Congressman Darrell Issa in 2009
Ralph Abraham of Louisiana[72]
Robert Aderholt of Alabama[81]
Mark Amodei of Nevada[82]
Brian Babin of Texas[83]
Lou Barletta of Pennsylvania[84]
Joe Barton of Texas[85]
Gus Bilirakis of Florida[86]
Mike Bishop of Michigan[87]
Rob Bishop of Utah[88]
Diane Black of Tennessee[89]
Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee[90]
Charles Boustany of Louisiana[72]
Dave Brat of Virginia[91]
Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma[92]
Vern Buchanan of Florida[93]
Larry Bucshon of Indiana[94]
Michael Burgess of Texas[95]
Bradley Byrne of Alabama[96]
Ken Calvert of California[97]
Buddy Carter of Georgia[98]
John Carter of Texas[99]
Steve Chabot of Ohio[63]
Jason Chaffetz of Utah[88]
Curt Clawson of Florida[100]
Tom Cole of Oklahoma[101]
Chris Collins of New York[102]
Doug Collins of Georgia[103]
Mike Conaway of Texas[104]
Paul Cook of California[105]
Ryan Costello of Pennsylvania[106]
Kevin Cramer of North Dakota[107]
Rick Crawford of Arkansas[108]
John Culberson of Texas[109]
Rodney L. Davis of Illinois[110]
Jeff Denham of California[111]
Ron DeSantis of Florida[41]
Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee[112]
John Duncan of Tennessee[113]
Renee Ellmers of North Carolina[114]
Tom Emmer of Minnesota[115]
Blake Farenthold of Texas[116]
Mike Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania[117]
Chuck Fleischmann of Tennessee[118]
John Fleming of Louisiana[72]
Randy Forbes of Virginia[119]
Virginia Foxx of North Carolina[120]
Trent Franks of Arizona[121]
Rodney Frelinghuysen of New Jersey[122]
Scott Garrett of New Jersey[123]
Bob Gibbs of Ohio[124]
Louie Gohmert of Texas[125]
Bob Goodlatte of Virginia[126]
Paul Gosar of Arizona[121]
Trey Gowdy of South Carolina[127]
Sam Graves of Missouri[128]
Morgan Griffith of Virginia[129]
Glenn Grothman of Wisconsin[130]
Frank Guinta of New Hampshire[131]
Brett Guthrie of Kentucky[132]
Gregg Harper of Mississippi[133]
Andy Harris of Maryland[134]
Joe Heck of Nevada[135]
Jeb Hensarling of Texas[136]
French Hill of Arkansas[137]
George Holding of North Carolina[138]
Duncan D. Hunter of California[139]
Darrell Issa of California[140]
Evan Jenkins of West Virginia[141]
Lynn Jenkins of Kansas[142]
Bill Johnson of Ohio[143]
Sam Johnson of Texas[109]
Jim Jordan of Ohio[144]
Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania[145]
Peter T. King of New York[146]
Steve King of Iowa[50]
John Kline of Minnesota[147]
Raul Labrador of Idaho[148]
Darin LaHood of Illinois[149]
Doug LaMalfa of California[150]
Leonard Lance of New Jersey[151]
Billy Long of Missouri[152]
Frank Lucas of Oklahoma[153]
Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming[154]
Tom MacArthur of New Jersey[106]
Kenny Marchant of Texas[85]
Tom Marino of Pennsylvania[155]
Thomas Massie of Kentucky[63]
Kevin McCarthy of California, House Majority Leader[156]
Michael McCaul of Texas[157]
Tom McClintock of California[158]
Patrick McHenry of North Carolina[159]
Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington[160]
Mark Meadows of North Carolina[161]
Luke Messer of Indiana[162]
John Mica of Florida[163]
Candice Miller of Michigan[164]
Jeff Miller of Florida[165]
John Moolenaar of Michigan[166]
Alex Mooney of West Virginia[167]
Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma[168]
Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina[169]
Randy Neugebauer of Texas[109]
Dan Newhouse of Washington[170]
Kristi Noem of South Dakota[171]
Rich Nugent of Florida[172]
Pete Olson of Texas[109]
Steven Palazzo of Mississippi[173]
Gary Palmer of Alabama[174]
Erik Paulsen of Minnesota[175]
Scott Perry of Pennsylvania[106]
Robert Pittenger of North Carolina[176]

posted on Aug, 3 2016 @ 12:40 PM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

and the rest...

Mike Pompeo of Kansas[177]
Bill Posey of Florida[178]
Tom Price of Georgia[179]
John Ratcliffe of Texas[180]
Tom Reed of New York[181]
Jim Renacci of Ohio[182]
Tom Rice of South Carolina[183]
Martha Roby of Alabama[184]
Phil Roe of Tennessee[129]
Mike Rogers of Alabama[184]
Dana Rohrabacher of California[105]
Todd Rokita of Indiana[185]
Tom Rooney of Florida[178]
Dennis Ross of Florida[186]
Keith Rothfus of Pennsylvania[187]
David Rouzer of North Carolina[188]
Ed Royce of California[189]
Steve Russell of Oklahoma[153]
Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Speaker of the House (Republican Party nominee for Vice President in 2012)[190]
Matt Salmon of Arizona[121]
Austin Scott of Georgia[191]
Steve Scalise of Louisiana, House Majority Whip[192]
David Schweikert of Arizona[121]
Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin[193]
Pete Sessions of Texas[194]
Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania[165]
Adrian Smith of Nebraska[195]
Lamar Smith of Texas[196]
Elise Stefanik of New York[197][198]
Chris Stewart of Utah[199]
Marlin Stutzman of Indiana[200]
Dave Trott of Michigan[201]
Michael Turner of Ohio[202]
David Valadao of California[203]
Tim Walberg of Michigan[201]
Greg Walden of Oregon[204]
Mark Walker of North Carolina[120]
Jackie Walorski of Indiana[205]
Mimi Walters of California[206]
Brad Wenstrup of Ohio[207]
Bruce Westerman of Arkansas[208]
Lynn Westmoreland of Georgia[209]
Roger Williams of Texas[85]
Rob Wittman of Virginia[210]
Steve Womack of Arkansas[137]
Kevin Yoder of Kansas[177]
Ted Yoho of Florida[211]
David Young of Iowa[50]
Don Young of Alaska[212]
Todd Young of Indiana[94]
Lee Zeldin of New York[146]
Ryan Zinke of Montana[213]

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich in 2014
Michele Bachmann of Minnesota (former 2012 presidential candidate)[214]
John Boehner of Ohio, former Speaker of the House (2011–2015)[215]
Eric Cantor of Virginia, former House Majority Leader[216]
Newt Gingrich of Georgia, former Speaker of the House (1995–1999) (former 2012 presidential candidate)[217]
Virgil Goode of Virginia (Constitution Party nominee for President in 2012)[218]
James Lightfoot of Iowa[219]
Bob Livingston of Louisiana[220]
Doug Ose of California[221]
Joe Walsh of Illinois[222]
State executive officials[edit]
Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida[223]
Brian Calley, Lieutenant Governor of Michigan[224]
Jeff DeWit, Treasurer of Arizona[225]
Kris Kobach, Secretary of State of Kansas[226]
Henry McMaster, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina[227]
Ronna Romney McDaniel, chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party and niece of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney[228]
Leslie Rutledge, Attorney General of Arkansas[229]
André Bauer, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina[230]
State legislators[edit]

Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward in 2015
Alabama State Representative: Ed Henry[231]
California State Assemblymen Jay Obernolte and Bob Pacheco[232]
Connecticut State Representative: Anthony D'Amelio[233]
Florida Representatives: Matt Gaetz[234] and Lake Ray[235]
Georgia State Senators: Burt Jones[236] and Michael Williams[237]
Iowa State Senator: Brad Zaun[238]
Massachusetts State Representative: Geoff Diehl[239]
Michigan State Senators: Jack Brandenburg[240] and Joe Hune[241]
Mississippi State Representatives: Becky Currie,[242] Alex Monsour,[242] Margaret Rogers,[242] Gary Chism,[242] and Gary Staples[242]
Nevada State Assemblyman: Brent A. Jones[243]
New Hampshire State Representatives: Al Baldasaro,[244] Fred Doucette,[245][246][247] Werner Horn,[248][249] Joe Pitre,[248][249] Stephen Stepanek (Deputy Majority Leader),[245][247][250] Dan Tamburello,[248][249] and Joshua Whitehouse[251][252]
New Jersey Assemblyman Robert Auth and State Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi[253]
New Jersey State Senators: Michael J. Doherty[254] and Joe Pennacchio[255]
Pennsylvania State Representative: Mike Vereb[256]
South Carolina State Representative: James H. Merrill (former Majority Leader)[257]
Utah State Representative: Greg Hughes (Speaker)[258]
Virginia State Senator: Dick Black[259]
Washington State Senator: Don Benton[260]
West Virginia State Senators: Donna J. Boley and Bill Cole (President)[261]
West Virginia State Delegates: Ray Canterbury, Joshua Nelson, Randy Smith, and Ron Walters[261]
Arizona State Senators: Lori Klein,[262] Thayer Verschoor,[262] and Kelli Ward[263]
California State Senator: Tony Strickland[264]
Idaho State Representative: Phil Hart[265]
Louisiana State Representatives: David Duke[266][267] and Stephen L. Gunn (Independent)[268]
Louisiana State Senator: Troy Hebert[269]
New Hampshire State Representatives: Jenn Coffey and Paula Johnson[270]
South Carolina State Senator: Jake Knotts[271]
West Virginia State Senator: Vic Sprouse[261]
Mayors and other municipal or county leaders[edit]

Sheriff David Clarke in 2016

Former Mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani in 2009
Joe Arpaio, sheriff of Maricopa County[272][273]
Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr., Mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma[274]
Joseph Borelli, Council member for the 51st District of the New York City Council[275]
Mary Hawkins Butler, Mayor of Madison, Mississippi[276]
David A. Clarke Jr., sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin (Democratic)[277]
Arnaldo Ferraro, Republican Party chairman of Kings County, New York[278]
Pam Helming, Canandaigua Town supervisor[279]
Tim Howard, Erie County Sheriff[280]
Ed Mangano, County Executive of Nassau County, New York[281]
Joseph Mondello, Republican Party chairman of Nassau County, New York[282]
Bill Reilich, Supervisor of the Town of Greece[280]
Corey Stewart, Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors[283]
Greg Edwards, former Chautauqua County Executive[280]
Charles Evers, former Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi, civil rights activist and brother of the late (first black mayor of Mississippi) Medgar Evers[284]
Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City, New York (former 2008 presidential candidate)[285]
Vincent Ignizio, Council member for the 51st District of the New York City Council[286]
Tom Leppert, former Mayor of Dallas, Texas[287]
Diplomats and bureaucrats[edit]

Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn in 2012

Former White House Communications Director Pat Buchanan in 2008
Department of Defense

Jeffrey D. Gordon, retired United States Navy officer, communications and foreign policy adviser, and Pentagon spokesman from (2005–2009)[288]
Joseph E. Schmitz, Inspector General (2002–2005), former executive with Blackwater Worldwide, and member of the foreign policy advising committee for the Trump campaign.[289]
Department of State

Richard Grenell, Director of Communications and Public Diplomacy for the United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations under the Bush administration[232]
Independent agencies and commissions

Linda M. Springer, Director of the United States Office of Personnel Management (2005–2008) and director and fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration[290]
Central Intelligence Agency

Gary Berntsen, former officer of the Directorate of Operations (1982–2005)[288]
U.S. Military and intelligence services

Mark Bircher, retired U.S. Marine Corps general, candidate for Florida's 13rd congressional district in 2012 and 2016. [291]
Michael T. Flynn, retired U.S. Lieutenant General

posted on Aug, 3 2016 @ 12:40 PM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

Michael T. Flynn, retired U.S. Lieutenant General, director of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (2012–2014), commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, and foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign[292]
Bert Mizusawa, retired U.S. Army Major General, former Deputy Director for Strategic Initiatives, Joint Chiefs of Staff, former commander of the Combined Joint Interagency Task Force-Afghanistan (CJIATF-A), and adviser to the Trump campaign[293][294]
Robert C. Oaks, retired U.S. Air Force General, commander of Air Training Command and United States Air Forces in Europe (1986–1990), former Senior Vice President of U.S. Airways, and general authority of Mormon Church[295][296]
Paul E. Vallely, retired U.S. Army Major General, 351st Civil Affairs Commander (1982–1986), former Deputy Commanding General, Pacific Command, co-author of Endgame: The Blueprint for Victory in the War on Terror, and Military Committee Chairman for the Center for Security Policy[297][298][299]
White House staff

Pat Buchanan, White House Communications Director (1985–1987), senior advisor to Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, author, and columnist[300]
Jeffrey Lord, White House associate political director for the Reagan administration (1987–1988) and political commentator[301]
Ed Rollins, Republican campaign adviser, Deputy Assistant to the President for Political Affairs (1980–1981), Assistant to the President for Political Affairs, Director of the Office of Political Affairs under the Reagan administration, and strategist for the pro-Trump Great America PAC[302][303]
Other politicians[edit]
Doug Burgum, entrepreneur, philanthropist, former president of Great Plains Software, former head of Microsoft Business Solutions, chairman of the board for Atlassian, and 2016 Republican nominee for Governor of North Dakota[304]
Ron Cohen, 2016 Republican candidate for the Seventeenth Congressional District of California[305]
Ed Gillespie, former chairman of the Republican National Committee (2003–2005), former Counselor to the President (2007–2009), and 2017 Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia [210]
Brian Mast, former U.S. Army bomb technician and 2016 Republican candidate for the Eighteenth Congressional District of Florida[306]
Otto Voit, 2016 Republican nominee for State Treasurer of Pennsylvania[307]
International political figures[edit]

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in 2016
Heads of state and government[edit]
Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary (1998–2002, 2010–), president of the national conservative Fidesz party (1993–2000, 2003–)[308][309]
Edgar Savisaar, Estonian politician, MP, former Mayor of Tallinn (2001–2004, 2007–2015), former Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications (2005–2007), former Minister of the Interior (1995), former acting Prime Minister of Estonia (1991–1992), and leader of the Estonian Centre Party (1991–)[310]
National ministers and secretaries[edit]
Vojislav Šešelj, Serbian politician, MP, former Deputy Prime Minister (1998–2000), founder and president of the far-right Serbian Radical Party (1991–)[311][312]
Iain Duncan Smith, British politician, MP, former Shadow Secretary of State for Defence (1999–2001), former leader of the Conservative Party (2001–2003), and former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2010–2016)[313]
Subramanian Swamy, Indian politician, MP, former Minister of Commerce and Industry (1990–1991), and member of the conservative Bharatiya Janata Party[314]
Members of national and supranational parliaments[edit]

Pushkov in 2011
Kenneth Kristensen Berth, Danish politician, MP, and member of the national conservative Danish People's Party[315][316]
Gilbert Collard, French politician, MP, member of the Rassemblement bleu Marine coalition[317]
Filip Dewinter, Belgian politician, Flemish MP and member of the Flemish nationalist Vlaams Belang party[318]
Michael Fabricant, British politician, MP, and member of the Conservative Party[319]
Ulf Leirstein, Norwegian politican, MP, and member of the conservative-liberal Progress Party[320][321]
Ilias Panagiotaros, Greek politician, MP, and member of the far-right Golden Dawn party[322]
Alexey Pushkov, Russian politician, MP, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the State Duma, and member of United Russia[323]
David Rachline, French politician, Senator, former Mayor of Fréjus, and member of the nationalist Front National[317]
Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Russian politician, MP, Vice Chairman of the State Duma, and leader of the far-right Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (1989–)[324]
Regional ministers, legislators, and party leaders[edit]

French party leader and MEP Marine Le Pen in 2014

Okamura in 2013
Hamid Chabat, Moroccan politician, MP, Mayor of Fez, Secretary-General of the conservative Istiqlal Party (2012–)[325]
Henry de Lesquen, French politician, president of the Club de l'Horloge national conservative think tank, founder and president of the National Liberal Party (2016–), and 2017 presidential candidate[326]
Pauline Hanson, Australian politician, Senator, and leader of the nationalist Pauline Hanson's One Nation party (1997–2002, 2014–)[327]
Ireneusz Jabłoński (pl), Polish politician, Deputy Mayor of Łódź, former Mayor of Łowicz, and member of the libertarian conservative Real Politics Union[328]
Chandra Prakash Kaushik, Indian politician and president of the Hindu nationalist Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha party[329]
Janusz Korwin-Mikke, Polish politician, MEP, and leader of the right-libertarian Coalition for the Renewal of the Republic–Liberty and Hope (2015–)[330]
Marine Le Pen, French politician, MEP, and leader of the nationalist Front National (2011-)[331]
Robert Ménard, French politician and independent Mayor of Béziers (supported by Front National)[318]
Mischaël Modrikamen, Belgian politician and leader of the national conservative People's Party (2009–) [332]
Tomio Okamura, Czech politician, MP, and leader of the nationalist Freedom and Direct Democracy party (2015–)[333]
Andrey Rostenko, Russian politician and Mayor of Yalta[334]
Matteo Salvini, Italian politician, MEP, and leader of the regionalist Lega Nord (2013–)[335]
Tom Van Grieken, Belgian politician, Flemish MP, and leader of the Flemish nationalist Vlaams Belang party (2014–)[336]
Geert Wilders, Dutch politician, MP, and leader of the nationalist Party for Freedom (2006–)[337]
Nigel Farage, British politician, MEP, former leader of the Eurosceptic UK Independence Party (2006–2009 and 2010–2016)[338]
Carl I. Hagen, Norwegian politician, former MP, former Vice President of the Storting, and former leader of the conservative-liberal Progress Party (1978–2006) [339]
Mark Latham, Australian politician, former MP, former leader of the Australian Labor Party (2003–2005), and author of Civilising Global Capital[340]
Jean-Marie Le Pen, French politician, MEP, founder and former leader of the nationalist Front National (1972–2011)[341]
Notable individuals[edit]

posted on Aug, 3 2016 @ 01:14 PM
a reply to: matafuchs

What is this huge list supposed to be? Notable Republicans? Where is it's source?
edit on 3-8-2016 by Krazysh0t because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 4 2016 @ 02:53 AM
So.. we know that the establishment wants Hillary as POTUS, even if they will replace her with a more suitable and capable lackey. They don't want Trump, an outsider and loose canon who will be more willing to listen to the wants and needs of the people. I can't think of a better reason to vote for Trump even if he isn't an ideal candidate. Seriously, at this point I'm hoping Hillary has a stroke or falls down a flight of stairs. Harsh, but we'd all be better off.

posted on Aug, 4 2016 @ 02:17 PM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

Exactly, if he was conscious he wouldn't be voting for Hill.

posted on Aug, 4 2016 @ 04:29 PM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

I would say that this GOP member doesn't want to fix the system. He is apparently happy with the people being used, over taxed, lied to, etc. and more than likely benefits from such actions. Truth is...anyone but establishment is better than Clinton who IS establishment. We are being treated like livestock and we are sick of it. We want a government of our mind and with our priorities...not their own.

I've said it many times before...I wanted Bernie vs Trump. Either way we would get a taste of something different, and if it worked...maybe we would continue it. Anyone opposed? They apparently are part of what we perceive as the problem.

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 03:29 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Bluntone22

So this guy has to vote popular demand and can't vote his conscious?

As a person he sure can. And I will support him.

But I don't want to hear him moaning if the next time re runs for reelection and decides to run as a republican he loses.

Like it or not the people have spoken and they picked Trump as the GOP.

Personnaly I would look up to him more if he switched to Independent and then chooses to vote Hillary. But he will probbably try to have his cake and eat it also.

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 03:47 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: DBCowboy

Don't you think it is troubling that not even Trump's own party wants to support him?

What about all the lifelong Dems that have come out to say they are voting for Trump? Don't know off the top of my head if any of them are Dem Congressmen, but many are Union supports and life long Dems that don't want Hillary.

Just an example:

Even many of the Bernie supports are thinking about it.

The MSM is very defantly left leaning and play the GOP for Hillary angle up while down playing the DNC for Trump angle.

I think both parties are losing hold of a good size % of their base with only the hard core still hanging on. The other are feedup with the statis que of the current system and want change. Bernie's support on the left was a sign of this as much as Trumps support on the right. Just so happens tha tthe DNC system is much more rigged then the GOP.

edit on 5-8-2016 by dismanrc because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 03:58 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t

originally posted by: Nikola014
a reply to: Krazysh0t

Same goes for Democrats.

Does it? Which Democratic politicians are voting for Trump again?

Who cares?

He is not voting for Hillary as the GOP congressman from NY. He is voting for her a Richard Hanna US citizen, and as such can vote for who he wants.

And chances are if he does; he will no longer be the congressman fron NY come his next election.

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 04:01 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t

originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Krazysh0t

He can vote for whomever he wishes, but he was elected by the people and will have to answer for his choices.
Choices do have consequences. He should be prepared to live with his.

I guess you didn't read the article.

Retiring Rep. Richard Hanna (R-N.Y.) on Tuesday announced he will vote for Hillary Clinton in November because Donald Trump is “unfit to serve our party and cannot lead this country.”

One mans opinion. Seems like the GOP "party" has other ideas sense Trump was the GOP winner and not any of the others.

Now as a person he has the right to change to Independent in his job if he does not back the GOP ideas. AND he has the right to vote for any one and even doesn't have to tell us who he did vote for.

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 04:04 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: yeahright

No. He's definitely the worst choice. Like ever. There hasn't been a worse Presidential candidate. His campaign is unprecedentedly awful. This has been corroborated by expert after expert. The cognitive dissonance required to not see this at this point is just outstanding.

You mean all the "experts" that said he could never be the GOP pick? Maybe if the "experts" would listen to what the PEOPLE have been saying for a few years we would have had a better choose now. But they didn't so...

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 04:12 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t

originally posted by: ScriptedSociety

originally posted by: Krazysh0t

originally posted by: yeahright
a reply to: Krazysh0t

I completely disagree.

And? That couldn't have been less informative of an answer...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is Not Alone: Historians Think Trump is a Disaster Too

I agree

Trump is a horrible choice and many experts can explain why.

It says a lot that he is still a better option than Hillary.

Trump comes out with terrible reasons not to vote for him every week. Hillary's problems have been cleared by every investigation that has been undertaken against her yet is STILL dragged under the bus for them. The comparison isn't even close except to people who are biased.

Would not say they were cleared; just sweep under the table and we are told not to eworry about them any more.

Even the FBI said she was guilty, but sense she didn't mean to do it thats OK. Any other person that tryed to use that would be in jail now. (OH by they way they are in jail or on probation already.)

posted on Aug, 5 2016 @ 06:31 AM
Screw him. I'm a Democrat that is voting Republican for Trump. I'll replace his vote.

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