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Political Quiz and Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton

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posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 03:30 PM
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Your Personal issues Score is 60%.
Your Economic issues Score is 70%.

Im a centrist to them, but look at the stats below, and the form to fill out, it is for the libertarian party 38% of the prople who took it came out lib, which is a little incredible to me.

NOOOOO I will not/would not vote for Hillary. Yikes!




posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 04:00 PM
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marg, based on your posts in this thread, it wouldn't be too hard to believe you actually think all men are out to control all women. now who's got a gender bias? i would never vote for hillary because she is as left as they come and a socialist. your blind belief that the first woman with a possible shot at presidency should get it just because she's female is truly ridiculous. maybe you should look at her stance on the issues, not just the fact that she doesn't have a dick.



posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 04:57 PM
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Did any of us say that Hillary should'nt be there since she is a woman? No we all said that she should'nt be in there since she is so far left. Out of all the people replying I would believe that ESK would be for Hillary but she is'nt.

So far to me it seems that Marg, that you have something against men and men in power, specifcly. What disables a man from having a seat in power? Please answer that.



posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 05:36 PM
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Your Personal issues Score is 100%.
Your Economic issues Score is 100%

I can't really say I expected any thing else. I'm so libertarian, other libertarians call me extreme.

So far as Clinton goes, I think I would rather have her boyfriend Janet Reno in the White House. If she gets in, we will wish for the days the jack-booted Waco and Ruby Ridge killers were burning children and shooting mothers in the face for being armed with infants. I do think she or one like her will be elected, and we will see a quickening toward the day our current regime of big federal government is no longer.

Everyone talks about wasting votes and having to choose the lesser of two evils. Maybe they are getting through, because I am about to vote for Kerry just to keep Clinton from being able to run.



posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 05:39 PM
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And yes, I'd do it for President. Why would she be too old in 2012 after two Kerry terms?

I can't believe how ill informed & given to the hype you guys are: "socialist", and "so far Left"....of what!?!? Bush!?!? EVERYBODY IS!!!
She's been a damn fine Senator, she's taken to the job with a stellar work ethic and she's proven to be of outstanding character; I know I'd start beating people on sight if as much vile were to be spewed at me and my family as she has endured. Yet, she's accomplished being a Law Firm Partner, A Senator and has raised a lovely, intelligent and well rounded child during all of it.

You guys just don't have the balls to admit she's more woman than you'd ever be man!!



posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 06:27 PM
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Beside Hillary does anybody have any subjection about a possible female candidate to the presidency? Can some body please raise his or her hand?

Humm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Nobody, it seems that due to the male dominate position of president of this country is still behind when it comes to the presidential seat.

Political parties are under the impression that if a woman runs for president under their parties they will lose the political control. In this time and age not even a single woman has ever been nominate for candidate for president, and I ask why? It is a reason why and is the male dominance when it comes to the candidates in political parties they control who the next candidates should be and women is not a choice.

Gender Stereotypes is another reason, the way hour society portraits women and how religion place woman in society also.

Twenty women have declared themselves candidates for the American presidency throughout our history. The first was Victoria Woodhull who ran in 1872. Then, notable among others, came U.S. Senator Margaret Chase Smith (R-1964) and U.S. Representative Shirley Chisholm (D-1972). More recently, Geraldine Ferraro became the first and only woman vice-presidential candidate on a major party Democratic ticket in 1984. Elizabeth Dole's tepid attempt to capture the Republican Party nomination for President in 1999 reintroduced the question to a whole new generation of Americans and inspired a tremendous amount of debate regarding the readiness of the American public to finally, seriously consider a woman president.

These twenty women never got a chance. In our male dominate society.

And when a women like me comes and make comments about male domianted society then we are told that we have something against men or that we are manhaters.

Call me anything you want I stand by my post.



posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 06:33 PM
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Your Personal issues Score is 100%.
Your Economic issues Score is 100%.

Libertarian

Imagine that



And I wouldnt vote for Hillary for dog catcher



posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 06:42 PM
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sure, but is the ambassadorship to Iraq open.....because that's what I'd like to elect her for!! Think about it, she'e proven her love of travel, as well as her understanding for the culture. If I remember right, she even knows how to ride a camel....transportation shouldn't be any problem for her.

and the best part would be....

it would be one less ineffective legislature representing NY!!



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 07:47 AM
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Bout Time, historically, you and I haven't agreed very much politically but thats okay. I still have always repected your opinion because you are able convey it so well. I'll agree that Chelsey is a very upstanding, well rounded child. In fact, I'd even say she's the most adult, dignified member of her family. For her to turn out that way given the example she's had speaks volumes for her character. I might vote for her one day, who knows? I think that it speaks volumes for her and Hillary that they were both able to remain dignified in the wake of their family strife being led into public eye as it was. I'm not denying Hillary is a strong woman and I hope she is serving the people of New York well. God knows they are one of the largest tax bases in the US and they deserve their share of the federal cookie.

Still, you can hardly deny her socialist leaning. While some may agree with it, and thats okay, I would think those of us who disagree with it might still have the right to exercise our vote another direction. Maybe some day that'll change and we'll have our leaders getting 110% of the vote as well, but for now, people's free will still means a little anyway. The US is not yet ready to accept that total government control is the way to go. I agree whole heartedly that we need better and tighter corperate regulation and thats what separates me from the republicans by a mile but I don't think the govt. should actually own and operate all business. There is a difference between owning and regulating and enforcing laws. Thats where I split from you libs. Why the hell must we either have it to one extreme or another? Why are so many working toward each extreme when moderation and a mix of both seems to work so well? Does neither party realize the dissaster that would stem from a total social state or a total facist state? In my opinion, neither cares because its all about where their personal interests play in. If you own a business, you want no rules to keep you from profiting but if you have no will to earn your way, you want the government to put you up and do whatever it takes to whomever it takes to feed and clothe you. Neither system works.



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 08:06 AM
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80%-40% Left Liberal

Freedom with a central government amendable to the people!!!

I remember hearing about that somewhere!!!



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 08:18 AM
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Originally posted by astrocreep
I still have always repected your opinion because you are able convey it so well. I'll agree that Chelsey is a very upstanding, well rounded child. In fact, I'd even say she's the most adult, dignified member of her family. For her to turn out that way given the example she's had speaks volumes for her character. I might vote for her one day, who knows? I think that it speaks volumes for her and Hillary that they were both able to remain dignified in the wake of their family strife being led into public eye as it was. I'm not denying Hillary is a strong woman and I hope she is serving the people of New York well. God knows they are one of the largest tax bases in the US and they deserve their share of the federal cookie.

Still, you can hardly deny her socialist leaning. While some may agree with it, and thats okay, I would think those of us who disagree with it might still have the right to exercise our vote another direction. Maybe some day that'll change and we'll have our leaders getting 110% of the vote as well, but for now, people's free will still means a little anyway. The US is not yet ready to accept that total government control is the way to go. I agree whole heartedly that we need better and tighter corperate regulation and thats what separates me from the republicans by a mile but I don't think the govt. should actually own and operate all business. There is a difference between owning and regulating and enforcing laws. Thats where I split from you libs. Why the hell must we either have it to one extreme or another? Why are so many working toward each extreme when moderation and a mix of both seems to work so well? Does neither party realize the dissaster that would stem from a total social state or a total facist state? In my opinion, neither cares because its all about where their personal interests play in. If you own a business, you want no rules to keep you from profiting but if you have no will to earn your way, you want the government to put you up and do whatever it takes to whomever it takes to feed and clothe you. Neither system works.


Nice post
, and i am all for meeting in the middle.



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 08:27 AM
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I am a woman too and the is not a chance in you know where that I would vote for her, she has come to far and too fast in politics for me to ever trust her, riding on coattails is one thing, but running over everyone in her path is another.



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 08:53 AM
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....and go back over the posts to date. Bush has steam rolled all in his path, especially competing Republicans. He's the one who has implemented big government, growing it & creating departments & posts out the ying yang. He's the one who has our government running businesses; corporate welfare has never seen such a big benefactor or had their lips so glued to the government teet. And, he's pushing for more.
Yet, while Hillary Clinton has never implemented anything along the lines of what Bush has, she remains a focal point of worry that she will ( by in large the same people who are blinfd to the Bush transgressions).

I took a disspasionate look of Hillary prior to voting for her, even though the Karl Rove Republicans took away the choice that everyone wanted & switched a complient Fascist stooge in for Pete King. What did I find? After the industry built up to attack Clinton, Hillary being another target to ladder to Bill, it was all unfounded....but extremely effective. You've got smart folks like Astro & ECK still buying into the hype, even in the face of reems of Congressional public record on her votes & archives of her positions being contrary to the hype.
Oh well, regardless of a marital infidelity, those Clintons have shown character above & beyond that anything from the Right could bring to table& will continue to do so despite the Hannitys & Coulters of the world saying other wise. The euphamism of 'pissing on graves' comes to mind...!



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 09:42 AM
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The quiz says I'm a left leaning centerist ... but I put myself
as a right leaning centerist.

I would NEVER vote for Hillary. Never never never.



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 04:21 PM
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Originally posted by Bout Time
Oh well, regardless of a marital infidelity, those Clintons have shown character above & beyond that anything from the Right could bring to table& will continue to do so despite the Hannitys & Coulters of the world saying other wise.


Yea..."regardless of a marital infidelity" i am sure Bill was a great husband too.
Just thinkin of Hillary makes my stomach turn



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 04:34 PM
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*If*.............the elections were between Hillary & Bush

I would vote for Hillary. Even *if* she did have pms (which she doesn't)

she wouldn't be any worse than Bush!


But since this is NOT the case........I would NOT vote for Hillary Clinton. I

don't like her.


But anyone is *BETTER* than Bush!



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by MountainStar
*If*.............the elections were between Hillary & Bush

I would vote for Hillary. Even *if* she did have pms (which she doesn't)

she wouldn't be any worse than Bush!


But since this is NOT the case........I would NOT vote for Hillary Clinton. I

don't like her.


But anyone is *BETTER* than Bush!


So Kerry is your choice? Just because he is not Bush? "anyone is *BETTER* than Bush", Thats right, can we vote for Saddam?



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 04:44 PM
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According to the quiz I am left-liberal seeking economic-equality.......well I have to say I don't believe in economic equality but fully believe in equality of opportunity.

I would vote for Hillary Clinton for President of the United States as I believe she would be a fantastic leader and this country is in a place right now that would benefit greatly from a woman's natural ability to analyze, strategize and empathize as opposed to a males first instinct to simply react quickly. Bush and Kerry are both duds.



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by mrdependable
According to the quiz I am left-liberal seeking economic-equality.......well I have to say I don't believe in economic equality but fully believe in equality of opportunity.

I would vote for Hillary Clinton for President of the United States as I believe she would be a fantastic leader and this country is in a place right now that would benefit greatly from a woman's natural ability to analyze, strategize and empathize as opposed to a males first instinct to simply react quickly. Bush and Kerry are both duds.



I agree about the duds but Hillary Clinton. Wow!



posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 04:57 PM
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mrdependable,

Beware!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!if you are not from the female gender you don't have to worry but if you are a female you will be target in this post as a malehater for wanting a women in power.



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