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Do they replace Hillary with Joe Biden,Bernie Sanders or Michelle Obama?

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posted on Nov, 2 2016 @ 05:21 AM
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originally posted by: amazing
First of all, nothing will come of this email thing. Hillary will still be there come election day and all this will die off.

But...Sanders is viable, Michelle Obama would be a good choice...I think she beats Trump...people actually like her. People also like Biden...he's likeable. likability has a lot to do in winning an election. People liked Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W, Obama, Carter, Ford. They all had that likability factor. Hillary and Trump are missing that.

Or, forget all them and just vote in Jill Stein.


a) Sanders is an idealistic socialist, who would turn the U.S. into another Venezuela.
b) Michelle Obama...seriously? This is like saying that when a Fortune 500 CEO retires, the 1st choice to replace him/her would normally be the CEO's spouse - because he/she is well liked and knows how to throw a good Christmas Party.
c) Biden...a likeable zero. Let's list all of his accomplishments as VP shall we? (play tape of crickets at night)

Unless/until Americans (and the same goes for a lot of other Western Nations) get it through their heads that electing a POTUS is not the same as electing a Student Council President, we are going to continue to see radical decline.

There seems to be a very large swath of the population that does not seem to understand that America is in crisis...socially, economically, militarily, politically - and unless we stop electing unqualified, unrealistic, globalists...and/or experienced, corrupt, political hacks...our way of life is doomed.

I suppose this would make a lot of people in places like Iran, Russia, Syria and China happy - and would tickle people within organizations like ISIS, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram. But people in places like the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and (most of) the EU had better wake up very quickly.




posted on Nov, 2 2016 @ 02:07 PM
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originally posted by: mobiusmale

originally posted by: amazing
First of all, nothing will come of this email thing. Hillary will still be there come election day and all this will die off.

But...Sanders is viable, Michelle Obama would be a good choice...I think she beats Trump...people actually like her. People also like Biden...he's likeable. likability has a lot to do in winning an election. People liked Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W, Obama, Carter, Ford. They all had that likability factor. Hillary and Trump are missing that.

Or, forget all them and just vote in Jill Stein.


a) Sanders is an idealistic socialist, who would turn the U.S. into another Venezuela.
b) Michelle Obama...seriously? This is like saying that when a Fortune 500 CEO retires, the 1st choice to replace him/her would normally be the CEO's spouse - because he/she is well liked and knows how to throw a good Christmas Party.
c) Biden...a likeable zero. Let's list all of his accomplishments as VP shall we? (play tape of crickets at night)

Unless/until Americans (and the same goes for a lot of other Western Nations) get it through their heads that electing a POTUS is not the same as electing a Student Council President, we are going to continue to see radical decline.

There seems to be a very large swath of the population that does not seem to understand that America is in crisis...socially, economically, militarily, politically - and unless we stop electing unqualified, unrealistic, globalists...and/or experienced, corrupt, political hacks...our way of life is doomed.

I suppose this would make a lot of people in places like Iran, Russia, Syria and China happy - and would tickle people within organizations like ISIS, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram. But people in places like the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and (most of) the EU had better wake up very quickly.


That's why i said I'm voting third party. The Democrat/Republican dynamic is a childish game. I've moved on. As should we all.

However, my above mention of some of the liberal alternatives was just based on likability. People like Michelle Obama, they like Biden, they like Sanders, they don't like Trump or Clinton. In fact, I would go so far as to say most of the republican clown car of a primary was full of very unlikable people. Rubio, Cruz to name two. The republicans would do well to field more candidates that people didn't hate, like Carson.



 
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