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Would you vote for Hillary Clinton?

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I think she's got a good chance.
I always enjoy her interviews.
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  • internetchickinternetchick Posts: 6,191Registered Users
    No. Make that Oh Hell No!!
  • gekko422gekko422 Posts: 4,869Registered Users
    No, can't say I would.
    Democracy is not a spectator sport.

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  • wild_sasparillawild_sasparilla Posts: 4,306Registered Users
    I'm not well-researched enough to make a decision either way...but I just have to say...

    HOLY CRAP I'LL BE VOTING IN THE NEXT ELECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That is all. :D
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  • gggg Posts: 1,865Registered Users
    Yes. I think she is just as qualified as any man running. She has Bill's experience to back her up. I love Bill so I'd love to see him back in office in some way. It's way past time backwards America elects someone other than a WASP male.
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  • SpinCycleSpinCycle Posts: 724Registered Users
    My thought is this... for the past almost 20 years, we've had either a Bush or a Clinton in office. I think it's time to get a new face in there. No more Bushes or Clintons.


    And Hilary is too shrill for me, anyway.
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  • quickcurlquickcurl Posts: 1,310Registered Users
    I didn't vote in the poll, because I'm not sure if I would or wouldn't. All that I know about her is that she voted "for" the war, but other than that I really don't know any thing about her. I've never even heard any of her speeches. I need to start paying closer attention to what the potential candidates say and do....
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  • FoxyCurl2FoxyCurl2 Posts: 136Registered Users
    For those of you who said "no"
    What are your reasons (besides maybe being a republican)?

    Just curious.
  • jeepcurlygurljeepcurlygurl Posts: 19,251Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    In the primary, it would depend on who the other candidates turn out to be. In the general, yes I would vote for her. I would love to see someone intelligent in the white house again. And I think Bill would make a great 'first lady'.
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  • Gemini13Gemini13 Posts: 5,000Registered Users
    In the primary, it would depend on who the other candidates turn out to be. In the general, yes I would vote for her. I would love to see someone intelligent in the white house again. And I think Bill would make a great 'first lady'.

    Same here. I'm not crazy about her, but it's extremely unlikely that I would vote republican. (That would have to be one liberal republican!)
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  • wild_sasparillawild_sasparilla Posts: 4,306Registered Users
    Gemini13 wrote:
    In the primary, it would depend on who the other candidates turn out to be. In the general, yes I would vote for her. I would love to see someone intelligent in the white house again. And I think Bill would make a great 'first lady'.

    Same here. I'm not crazy about her, but it's extremely unlikely that I would vote republican. (That would have to be one liberal republican!)

    Ditto on this one. Especially after seeing how the Republican party has dealt with Bush's terms - ugh.
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  • melloweermelloweer Posts: 2,308Registered Users
    SpinCycle wrote:
    My thought is this... for the past almost 20 years, we've had either a Bush or a Clinton in office. I think it's time to get a new face in there. No more Bushes or Clintons.


    And Hilary is too shrill for me, anyway.


    Amen to this!!!!
  • loosecurlsloosecurls Posts: 637Registered Users
    I am a liberal Republican & while I think ol' Hill's an intelligent woman I wouldn't vote for her. Obama, with his lack of experience, would get my vote.
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    No one thought she would Moynihan's seat in New York either.
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  • mrspoppersmrspoppers Posts: 7,223Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    In the primary, it would depend on who the other candidates turn out to be. In the general, yes I would vote for her. I would love to see someone intelligent in the white house again. And I think Bill would make a great 'first lady'.
    Loosegurl wrote:
    I am a liberal Republican & while I think ol' Hill's an intelligent woman I wouldn't vote for her. Obama, with his lack of experience, would get my vote.
    What about a Hillary/Obama ticket? That's what I'm seeing.
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  • DarkAngelDarkAngel Posts: 2,671Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I'm torn. I love the idea of an intelligent well spoken woman in the White House. I heard Hillary speak a few years ago and she really impressed me. However, I just don't like her anymore. She gives me the heebie jeebies. I doubt I would vote Republican so I guess she would get my vote anyway.
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  • iris427iris427 Posts: 6,002Registered Users
    I would vote for Hilary

    I'm from New York and I'm very happy with her service as a senator for our state. She is pretty well liked in New York State
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  • Dee CurlzDee Curlz Posts: 123Registered Users
    In the primary, it would depend on who the other candidates turn out to be. In the general, yes I would vote for her. I would love to see someone intelligent in the white house again. And I think Bill would make a great 'first lady'.

    They're still together?! I thought that marriage went bust ages ago. Shows you what I know about US politics!
  • iris427iris427 Posts: 6,002Registered Users
    No one thought she would Moynihan's seat in New York either.

    Yep, I was living in New York at the time.

    And yes, Bill and Hillary are still together. Although the consensus is that it's purely for appearances.
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  • gekko422gekko422 Posts: 4,869Registered Users
    FoxyCurl2 wrote:
    For those of you who said "no"
    What are your reasons (besides maybe being a republican)?

    Just curious.

    Not a reuplican, just don't like her.
    Democracy is not a spectator sport.

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  • CurlyMireyaCurlyMireya Banned Posts: 956Banned Users
    gekko422 wrote:
    FoxyCurl2 wrote:
    For those of you who said "no"
    What are your reasons (besides maybe being a republican)?

    Just curious.

    Not a reuplican, just don't like her.

    Why don't you like her? I hear a lot of people say that they don't like her because she's strong willed and opinionated. Aren't those good qualities? They are in a man, but in a woman, they make her a *^%$#. I think it's just excuses - not in all cases, but most cases. If she were a man, I'd think people would have a totally different opinion of her. Why won't people just come out and say they aren't comfortable with a woman being President?

    I'm strongly considering voting for her. I'm still looking into her politics and learning what she's all about. What I know so far, I like. Her humanitarian and environmental work is very admirable. I'm in a crazy liberal blue state, though. We only care about stuff like environmental issues and animal rights. :roll: If only we could latch onto Canada and become part of it. Hillary can be our Pres! I'm doubtful that much of the U.S. will accept Hillary, for reasons that they don't want to disclose.
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  • gekko422gekko422 Posts: 4,869Registered Users
    gekko422 wrote:
    FoxyCurl2 wrote:
    For those of you who said "no"
    What are your reasons (besides maybe being a republican)?

    Just curious.

    Not a reuplican, just don't like her.

    Why don't you like her? I hear a lot of people say that they don't like her because she's strong willed and opinionated. Aren't those good qualities? They are in a man, but in a woman, they make her a *^%$#. I think it's just excuses - not in all cases, but most cases. If she were a man, I'd think people would have a totally different opinion of her. Why won't people just come out and say they aren't comfortable with a woman being President?

    I'm strongly considering voting for her. I'm still looking into her politics and learning what she's all about. What I know so far, I like. Her humanitarian and environmental work is very admirable. I'm in a crazy liberal blue state, though. We only care about stuff like environmental issues and animal rights. :roll: If only we could latch onto Canada and become part of it. Hillary can be our Pres! I'm doubtful that much of the U.S. will accept Hillary, for reasons that they don't want to disclose.

    Actually, there are many strongwilled, opinionated women that I DO like, myself included. Her, I don't like. It doesn't matter why I don't, people are entitled to like and dislike whomever they choose.
    Democracy is not a spectator sport.

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  • CurlyMireyaCurlyMireya Banned Posts: 956Banned Users
    Ok, you don't have to get all defensive...
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  • FoxyCurl2FoxyCurl2 Posts: 136Registered Users
    Gekko....you are entitled to like and dislike whomever you want but there has to be a reason other than you just don't like her.
    Is it her personality? her politics? what is it?

    I like her a lot, I live in NY and support her political positions. I think she is a very intelligent woman and could make a strong leader for this country. Just trying to understand the "I just don't like her" people.
  • gekko422gekko422 Posts: 4,869Registered Users
    Ok, you don't have to get all defensive...

    Nope, not defensive. Just answering your post. I am not interested enough in her or her politics to be defensive about my opinion of her.
    Democracy is not a spectator sport.

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  • gekko422gekko422 Posts: 4,869Registered Users
    FoxyCurl2 wrote:
    Gekko....you are entitled to like and dislike whomever you want but there has to be a reason other than you just don't like her.
    Is it her personality? her politics? what is it?

    I like her a lot, I live in NY and support her political positions. I think she is a very intelligent woman and could make a strong leader for this country. Just trying to understand the "I just don't like her" people.

    Haven't you ever just not liked a person? Where something about them just rubbed you the wrong way? I agree, she is very intelligent and she might make a strong leader for this country, but that doesn't mean I have to like her. I lived in NY when she ran for Senate there, I didn't vote for her then either, as a matter of fact, I think I didn't vote for her or the guy that ran against her since I didn't know enough about him to make an informed decision about him.
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  • FoxyCurl2FoxyCurl2 Posts: 136Registered Users
    OK gekko, ususally when i don't like someone it's for a specific reason....you are entitled to your own opinion. I was just curious.
  • gekko422gekko422 Posts: 4,869Registered Users
    FoxyCurl2 wrote:
    you are entitled to your own opinion.

    Thanks!! :lol: :lol:
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  • redcelticcurlsredcelticcurls Posts: 17,502Registered Users
    Having met her, I can't stand her. It was more than the strong opinionated thing. I can handle that. She was just a snobby b***h.

    That being said, I'd vote for her if I had to - if the Republicans put up another neo-con. I'd rather not though.
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  • legendslegends Posts: 3,073Registered Users
    I would hate for her to win the primary, but if she does, I'd have to vote for her.
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  • shellibeanshellibean Posts: 4,500Registered Users
    N0- b/c I vote Republican
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