posted on Jan, 21 2016 @ 11:58 PM
a reply to: Willtell
I think your sentiments are shared by most every four years. This cycle is finally an interesting one and everybody has something to offer (in
leadership or at least entertainment value).
We can't really ignore the fact she would be the first female president. She has more relevant experience than any other
We also can't ignore the accusations thrown at her and the potential scandals. Beyond that, she is very much "more of the same"
type of candidate. That's not necessarily bad
in my eyes but certainly looks lame when we have some truly revolutionary ideas floating around
Even I have to admit that he is unlike anything we've seen so far. While it is not a breath of fresh
air, it is at least a
breath of different
He will destroy the world within two years. First, rampant hate crimes will sky rocket as a backlash to all the "oppression" that
white males perceive themselves to be under and will be passively encouraged by Trump's administration. Then he will pick a nuclear fight with
somebody who doesn't care that he is rich.
If you liked Bush era America, he may satisfy some of your nostalgia.
He is a religious dominionist. Scary as all hell.
Like Trump, it is definitely rare to see a candidate as unorthodox as him get as far as he has. His ideas are not in lock-step
with the rest of the democrats and he has some truly revolutionary ideas. He has also been extremely
consistent with his views throughout the
decades. He's not pandering.
His plans aren't fully fleshed out nor being positioned in ways to make a voter believe they will gain support in congress.
While his plans may totally be legit and work beautifully, we have no clue whether or not they are until he expands on them during debates. His
biggest "cons" may or may not even be negatives, depending on how he plays it in the coming weeks.