Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton Fo...

Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton For President?

There are 172 comments on the Patch.com story from Oct 10, 2013, titled Would You Vote For Hillary Clinton For President?. In it, Patch.com reports that:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly will be making a speaking engagement in Georgia next week.

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xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#25 Oct 11, 2013
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>I disagree. I think we would be in the same shape if she had won the nomination and the election. The issues may have been a bit different but I think the end result would have been the same. We need to get ourselves out of this welfare state where the productive (the working class) are taxed to death to support the nonproductive moochers. Hillary would have exacerbated the problem just as Obama did. IMHO
True..... that is part of the problem. But the larger problem I see is that DumBama is the most anti-business President I've seen in my lifetime. I don't think Hillary would have went as far as to attack the dozens of businesses that DumBama has.

Think about it: DumBama has closed down oil operations in the Gulf and the businesses related to it. Closed down auto dealerships across the country. Closed down roll-your-own cigarette shops across the country. Closed down coal fired power plants which in turn, closed down coal mines. He closed down Indian cigarette mail orders.

He has pressured Gibson Guitars who threatened to leave the country. He's threatened Boeing because of the new plant they created in a right-to-work state. He's taxed the medical device manufacturers for Commie Care along with tanning salons. He's threatened and taxed all employers that have over 50 employees or more.

He undertook making regulations against banks, ATM companies and credit card institutions. He went as far as to eliminating the banking industry from college loans. He even attacked my industry which is trucking.

I don't think Hillary would have done any of this. I think even Hillary would have known that such a broad attack on businesses would result in what we have today--businesses afraid of making a move.

Since: Aug 11

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#26 Oct 11, 2013
Yes, of course I would.

Since: Oct 13

Evansville

#27 Oct 12, 2013
No she's for this Obamacare stuff! I'm voting against it!
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#28 Oct 12, 2013
NO!

Notice how Hillary has been laying low on Obama Care which she tried pushing in the 90s. Bill is doing the PR for this, not Hillary. There's a reason, especially now-she hits the PR trail on a messy and probably doomed to fail her presidential ambitions are done period. There ify now but if she actively pushed the ACA-the end.

I also find it ironic that Hillary and Obama factions had a civil war with in the 2008 DemocRATic presidential primary & nomination process. It almost came down to voting on the convention floor. The only difference enough in the party wanted a ceasefire and/or were bought off. Guess why the secretary of state job was awarded to Hillary.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/01/...

http://yourdaddy.net/2010/10/22/how-did-obama...

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#29 Oct 12, 2013
Swilhite wrote:
No she's for this Obamacare stuff! I'm voting against it!
Whatever it is. I'm against it.

Since: Sep 08

Neon City Oh.

#30 Oct 12, 2013
If Hillary gets the nomination, who else would there be to vote for?
binaries

Knoxville, TN

#31 Oct 12, 2013
SMART wrote:
HELL NO!!!!!
Hillary is too old and feeble to be President.

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#32 Oct 12, 2013
binaries wrote:
<quoted text>
Hillary is too old and feeble to be President.
Listen, my son, to your fatherís instruction and do not forsake your motherís teaching. They are a garland to grace your head and a chain to adorn your neck.

“Yet another average white man.”

Since: Jun 11

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#33 Oct 12, 2013
Amy wrote:
HELL YES!! Men have proven to be lousy leaders.
It high time for a woman to lead this country.
Hillary has a great head, ON HER SHOULDERS, WITH A BRAIN, that she uses to think with. Men seem to be horrified with the notion!

So what? It should just be handed to her because she sits down to pee? I've worked for plenty of women and most of them were competent and didn't need to make excuses for their failures. Hillary is not one of those. She deflects and conceals like a pro.

Real leadership is not something granted. It's something demonstrated and the responsibility is earned. If women want to be leaders, it is entirely up to them.
GroBBBBBBBBB
Trailer Park

Malvern, PA

#34 Oct 12, 2013
No I wouldn't vote for Hillary. After enduring eight years of the colored boy with the jug ears and skinny neck it is time to go back to a white MAN.
hillery hater

United States

#35 Oct 12, 2013
WasteWater wrote:
Yes, of course I would.
if it would get the gun away from my head, of course I would.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#37 Oct 12, 2013
WDRussell wrote:
If Hillary gets the nomination, who else would there be to vote for?
Francis the Talking Mule, Mr. Ed, Micky Mouse, Alfred E. Newman, Paris Hilton, The Grinch, Lassie, anybody BUT Hillary.
Hugo

Long Beach, CA

#38 Oct 12, 2013
WasteWater, we don't want to replace to your teachings, but to add to them. Yours is one of moral guidence and how to treat others. But you provide no reason for being and no purpose to this life. The capability of mankind is to discover better ideas, apply them into the economy and progress with longer lives, better standards of living with more and more people existing. But maybe because of this lack of this aspect to your teachings we don't understand how the enemy of man has systematically taken apart the economic underpinnings to continue with this progress, and is setting humanity up for a real nasty situation when the money changers system goes caput.
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Doylestown, PA

#40 Oct 12, 2013
While I wouldn't vote for hillary I would vote for a REAL Democrat!! I am tired of center right fruit loops!!

Since: Jan 10

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#41 Oct 12, 2013
Hugo wrote:
<quoted text>The empire has really done a brain f... on American regarding FDR. We were producing 1/2 of the world's physical product in 1945. Ya, ya, it was because of the war. Well, think about if we had WWIII now,(without the nukes of course). We don't have the large scale manufacturing facilities any longer to switch over to war time production. Back then, after his first 100 days, he got things going with all those programs I don't feel like remembering the names of. So then when war came we were easliy able to swith over to military production. Besides, FDR was good to the South and allied with the southern Democrats. The TVA and lots of other projects were from his policies. Another thing he did was ally with the farmers over the Al Smith Tammany Hall Democrats. The farmers were is desperate conditions during the depression, and they wanted to restrict output of milk, for example, to get a higher price to survive. Well the NY immigrant Tammany Hall Democrats wanted cheap milk. So FDR broke with Al Smith and sided with the farmers.
Roosevelt was elected in 1932 and the depression wasn't over until 1941 and until 1942 in some areas of America. His socialist programs were failures as are obama's. All economist point to the war as the reason America overcame the depression, not Roosevelt's socialist programs. FDR removed us from the gold standard and this devalued the American dollar. FDR, promised we would never pay taxes on our SS, but Bill Clinton made us pay income taxes on it. FDR promised SS funds would be kept separated unto itself, but LBJ put the SS Trust Fund the general fund to keep his wasteful socialist spending on his war on poverty from appearing so demented. obama told us about obamacare reducing our health care premiums by $2500, but my health care premium has increased because of obamacare. America can't stand more democratic lies about taxes and the economy because of the national debt we now have is $17 trillion is unsustainable.

Since: Jan 10

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#42 Oct 12, 2013
Sterkfontein Swartkrans wrote:
While I wouldn't vote for hillary I would vote for a REAL Democrat!! I am tired of center right fruit loops!!
Do you wish to have more government regulations to drive factories and businesses overseas, higher taxes, and increase the national debt? If you do and are afraid to compete against others for a job with more benefits and higher pay, then you have made the best choice to fulfill your desires. Bless your little heart.
Hugo

Long Beach, CA

#43 Oct 12, 2013
It's me. FDR and Obama are polar opposites. FDR brought JP Morgan up on charges and slayed him with Glass-Steagall. Obama has JP Morgan in the White House numerous times formulating policy and blocking G.S., and instead going with the Dodd-Frank bail-in banksters bill. Christian economics, the American School, is good. But because we've abandoned this and gone with its opposite, we're in for a real Darwinian ass-kicking. I've heard some of these "elites" want the pop. down to 1B.
Hugo

Long Beach, CA

#45 Oct 12, 2013
I heard J. Ventura talk about eliminating the Income Tax. Sounds good to me. The 16th Amendment was done in 1913, along with the Federal Reserve and IRS?. He said if we had a national sales tax, that this would direct the IRS to monitor the gov't and business, in contrast to citizens with the Income Tax. Or, I'd be in favor of a flat tax with getting rid of exemptions, etc. Look, the status quo way of thinking is gone, whether people realize it or not.
spike

Akron, OH

#46 Oct 12, 2013
Hugo wrote:
I heard J. Ventura talk about eliminating the Income Tax. Sounds good to me. The 16th Amendment was done in 1913, along with the Federal Reserve and IRS?. He said if we had a national sales tax, that this would direct the IRS to monitor the gov't and business, in contrast to citizens with the Income Tax. Or, I'd be in favor of a flat tax with getting rid of exemptions, etc. Look, the status quo way of thinking is gone, whether people realize it or not.
How long do you think a flat tax would remain flat before they need to increase it?
Hugo

Long Beach, CA

#47 Oct 12, 2013
Increase it, still flat. Get rid of all the middle men money changers. Hey, I'd also prefer a single payer health care system which gets the same out of looting it. But heck, mankind only broke from the chimps about 5 million years ago. May have to work some paradoxes out before closer to nirvana.

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