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Tuesday, March 1st, 2016SUGGEST NEWS

From Drudge
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on March 1st, 2016 @ 11:59PM
CLINTON: AL, AR, GA, MA, TN, TX, VA
SANDERS: CO, MN, OK, VT 
TRUMP: AL, AR, GA, MA, TN, VA, VT
CRUZ: OK, TX
RUBIO: MN

haha didn't expect Bernie to loose that bad.


Does it matter? Presidents don't do anything. We might as well just have a King and Queen that don't do anything either.

Trickshot
- 2016-03-01 21:34:34


I disagree. Putting aside executive orders, they are leaders, facilitators, and the ultimate spokesperson for the people they represent.

A President may not write the bills, but under his/her influence they work across party lines to steer the country in a direction they believe to be the best. They garner votes needed to pass or block bills. They are a focal point in international trade relations.

Point is, I'd rather see another FDR or Eisenhower in office than a Bush, Clinton, or Trump.

That's why I really hope Sanders can pull one out of the proverbial bag and win the Democratic nomination. Conservatives may not like all his plans, but at least he has the peoples' best interest at heart and is respected by the other side. And unlike Clinton he isn't a Washington insider who is more concerned with making Wall Street happy and maintaining the status quo.

No, I want to see a Trump v. Sanders debate. I want to see if Americans would vote for an uncouth belligerent person who constantly "misrepresents" the truth (Politifact) in order to play to the crowds fear and misgivings - or - take a chance with someone who is progressive and forward thinking, a visionary who wants to build and not tear down. Someone who has a record of voting for the people (not corporations and special interest groups).

BiVRiP
- 2016-03-02 07:49:43

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Trickshot
Marine

March 1st, 2016 @ 9:34PM

Registered:
2006-10-22
Location:
Lansing, Michigan
Posts: 696
Does it matter? Presidents don't do anything. We might as well just have a King and Queen that don't do anything either.
BiVRiP
General

March 2nd, 2016 @ 7:49AM

Registered:
2003-05-11
Location:
Canada
Posts: 2337
I disagree. Putting aside executive orders, they are leaders, facilitators, and the ultimate spokesperson for the people they represent.

A President may not write the bills, but under his/her influence they work across party lines to steer the country in a direction they believe to be the best. They garner votes needed to pass or block bills. They are a focal point in international trade relations.

Point is, I'd rather see another FDR or Eisenhower in office than a Bush, Clinton, or Trump.

That's why I really hope Sanders can pull one out of the proverbial bag and win the Democratic nomination. Conservatives may not like all his plans, but at least he has the peoples' best interest at heart and is respected by the other side. And unlike Clinton he isn't a Washington insider who is more concerned with making Wall Street happy and maintaining the status quo.

No, I want to see a Trump v. Sanders debate. I want to see if Americans would vote for an uncouth belligerent person who constantly "misrepresents" the truth (Politifact) in order to play to the crowds fear and misgivings - or - take a chance with someone who is progressive and forward thinking, a visionary who wants to build and not tear down. Someone who has a record of voting for the people (not corporations and special interest groups).
Surelog
Kali Compton

March 2nd, 2016 @ 10:32AM

Registered:
2003-03-26
Location:
Kentucky
Posts: 307
Why are we surprised Bernie did bad? He was for the people and didn't bring any money for the mega corporations. Can we please stop pretending like any of these votes actually matter anymore?
Hillary is going to be the next president because she's a girl.
Trickshot
Marine

March 2nd, 2016 @ 9:29PM

Registered:
2006-10-22
Location:
Lansing, Michigan
Posts: 696
Everyone over 50 thinks he's a "socialist" even though they don't know what that means.

Still done with voting though.


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