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If Carly Fiorina were to become the GOP Presidential Nominee and Hillary were to become the Democratic Presidential Nominee, do you think Carly, even though she never held a political office, could beat Hillary Clinton?
I actually think that Donald Trump should be president over Hilary Clinton. Hilary Clinton is nothing but a deceiving woman who deserves nothing less than disqualification. She has covered up child pornography, how low could you stoop? She did it selfishly, too, only for her own good. By the recent news, Hilary Clinton covered up to save her workers from emailing each other child porn, which is sick and selfish. Nevermind disqualification, she should be arrested for 10 years or more. Donald Trump does have his falls, he has and will insult anyone he can and speaks with an ill tongue, but still, he is a much better candidate than Hilary Clinton, she doesn't deserve to be president. Think if she did get elected, she would cover things up and not tell us, leading to ultimate destruction, this isn't a joke. Presidents need to be someone who can be trusted to warn us when things happen, something needs to be done about Clinton, she can't be trusted.
Clinton Says She ‘Misspoke’ About Dodging Sniper FireBLUE BELL, Pa. — As part of her argument that she has the best experience and instincts to deal with a sudden crisis as president, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton recently offered a vivid description of having to run across a tarmac to avoid sniper fire after landing inBosnia as first lady in 1996.Yet on Monday, Mrs. Clinton admitted that she “misspoke” about the episode — a concession that came after CBS News showed footage of her walking calmly across the tarmac with her daughter, Chelsea, and being greeted by dignitaries and a child.Mrs. Clinton corrected herself at a meeting with the Philadelphia Daily News editorial board; she did not explain why she had misspoken, but only admitted it and then offered a less dramatic description.Mrs. Clinton said she had been told “that we had to land a certain way and move quickly because of the threat of sniper fire,” not that actual shots were being fired.“So I misspoke,” she said.http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/25/us/politics/25clinton.htmlAccording to Hillary to misspeak is not to LIE !
Tomorrow Hillary Clinton is scheduled to announce her intention to seek the office of president of these United States, one of the most powerful positions in the world. Her chosen venue will not be an event with cheering supporters, applauding in the back ground. No excited crowd of onlookers to bolster enthusiasm for her candidacy.
Rather she will use Twitter to present her great announcement as a tweet.
Is it just me, or does this seem just wrong somehow?
Do you believe that Hillary Clinton inoccently used an email server in her home while she was secretary of state. Or do you believe she purposefully wanted to keep her messages away from the public eye.
Hillary Clinton believes victims of sexual assault have “a right to be believed.” Except, of course, if the accusations are made against her husband and could complicate her political aspirations.In Clinton’s new web ad, titled “Hillary’s Message to Survivors of Sexual Assault,” the candidate claims:I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault.Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have a right to be heard. You have a right to be believed. We’re with you.But that’s a very different message Kathleen Willey received in 1993 when she accused Hillary’s husband, President Bill Clinton, of sexually assaulting her.“She believed what happened for sure,” Willey tells The American Mirror. “She just chose to ignore the plight of all of his victims, thus enabling him to continue to abuse and rape women in the future.”
Should there be another Bush or Clinton in office? Or is it too much? Is it a path towards a family monopoly in US politics, or are the naysayers simply being paranoid? Will the democrats and republicans simply be looking for the candidate that will give them the best chance to win, or are money and influence going to be the deciding factors? Or maybe a little of both? You decide.