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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

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Whatever might or not be wrong with Hillary Clinton, I think that there is a lot more wrong with Donald Trump.

I can't know right now which of them is worst, but I don't like Donald Trump at all, not that I am happy with Hillary Clinton, but at this particular time I would not vote for Donald Trump, but it is still too soon to pick one of them, right now I don't believe in anything that Donald Trump says, not that I believe in everything that Hillary Clinton says, what I would like to know for sure is Who is the worst-one of them two? But to me so far Donald Trump does appear to be the worst of the two.

What is the truth? I don't know, I am not all knowing.

I don't like Obama, but do think that any of the others would have been very much worse, so in "view" of that I like Obama better than all the others that wanted to be president  so I did vote for Obama and maybe I will vote for Clinton, but I am not yet sure.

It is not Who is right? But Who is worst? Some people say that Billy wasn't so bad and maybe they are right.

I do think that everybody who can vote should vote, you should not make-up your mind based on what I say, but on what you see, hear, feel and think.

I don't know everything.

Entry #238

Comments

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lejardinComment by lejardin - September 18, 2016, 1:48 am
My vote is on Donald Trump. Although there are things I dont like about him, there are triple problems I have with her. Donald Trump is a BUSINESSMAN and not the same ole, same ole, staid, stodgy, corrupt politician and his plan is to put an end to the behavior of the self indulgent jerks. Everything for themselves while sticking it to the taxpayer.
Obama has been so detrimental to America and will continue until the day he walks out, IF he does. I did not would never, ever vote for him, Hitlery is a continuance of Obama policies. America as we know it will cease to exist if SHE gets elected. Really think about what you want for America because I think this election is extremely important in determining it.
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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - September 18, 2016, 3:45 am
1)Think of the Constitution and what it means to you. Who do you feel as President is better to protect it.
2)Think of the Supreme Court Justices to be appointed to judge a case per the Constitution. Who do you feel will appoint Supreme Court Justices to rule per the Constitution.
3) Which Candidate will increase jobs in the nation.
4) Which Candidate will better protect our citizens.
5) Which Candidate will govern by the Constitution and the laws written.

Those are some main factors to consider.


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hearsetraxComment by hearsetrax - September 18, 2016, 5:32 am
thars no one to save us from the monsters of our own creations

good luck sleeping

Kirk and Spock 2016
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PlanBComment by PlanB - September 18, 2016, 7:19 am
MonEl your first sentence says it all. I believe a lot of this country also feels the same as you do. "Something is not right" with either candidate.

JAP69 has 5 excellent considerations. I don't feel either of us along with many other citizens can put Clinton or Trump's name next to any of the 5 considerations.

The real problem with these feelings is that it will translate into a very low voter turnout in November.
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MADDOG10Comment by MADDOG10 - September 18, 2016, 8:40 am
The Media has turned people away on both sides. Voting for someone because you either like them or don't like them , is like not voting at all. You've accomplished nothing as an Individual.
What people fail to realize is that emotions sometimes leads you astray.
IMHO, what people need to focus on is who has accomplished things in their lifetime. Who would better protect our rights as Individuals, Who would better serve in peace or in conflict, Who has the best economic structure for America ( not just talk ) Politics should not be a part of your thought process, it should hinge on accomplishments, conscience, what have they done to hurt, what have they done to help. These things were never really factored when Obama was running, people voted with their eye's not structure. Keep an open mind, let the REAL factors come into play and believe me, you will make the right choice.
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rcbbuckeyeComment by rcbbuckeye - September 18, 2016, 9:25 am
Great points lejardin, Jap69, and Maddog10.
Voting for Hillary is voting for the same old, same old. Voting for any establishment Republican is voting for the same old, same old. That's why Trump beat 16 Republicans for the nomination. Doing the same thing and expecting different results is insanity.
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jarasanComment by jarasan - September 18, 2016, 9:31 am
The democrats and media wanted a coronation of Hillary, they had to cheat, they plotted like weasels when Bernie started winning and they brought him down, and they were found out. Our great system doesn't include coronations, period. The democrat and republican establishment needs to be voted out, and putting Trump as POTUS will start the process. The establishment is suffocating the USA and its people.

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