Of Hilary Clinton, Rudy Guliani. Baracm Obama: Who do you want??

United States
August 4, 2007 7:27pm CST
Who do you think is better suited for presidency and why??? I am not yet too sure..I am leaning toward Guiliani..but might cross over from the Republican side to the Democratic.. We will see:
4 responses
@marciascott (25557)
• United States
5 Aug 07
I like Hilary Clinton, if it is going to be any one of those People I am voting for Hilary Clinton, why because she has the experience. And we need a women President, we have never had one it is about time.
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• United States
5 Aug 07
How much experience does Hilary have..she only became a senator not too long ago..
@marciascott (25557)
• United States
5 Aug 07
Don't forget her Husband was the President, and I am sure she had a lot of input while he was the President, and I am sure she must of have advised him, when he couldn't make dicisions by his-self.
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• United States
5 Aug 07
I am trying to forget that her husband was president..since there was quite a scandal that happened..Do you remember?:)
• United States
5 Aug 07
Rudy, hands down. Nothing against the others, but we saw Rudy handle himself during a crisis and he's followed what's happened since. He helped unite everyone and that is what I would like to see more of, you know?
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• United States
5 Aug 07
I agree with you 100% as Rudy has led the city of New York as a mayor for so long..He has history ..and good history in political decisions..So far my vote is going to Rudy..
@Modestah (11195)
• United States
2 Dec 07
I could not stomach for any of them to be in office, though it is likely that one of them will be. you know maybe it does not make much difference, the agenda and the powers that control the puppets strings are the same no matter what, just the means of attaining that ends may differ. I would say right now that Ron Paul has my support.
• United States
25 Nov 07
Of the three, I'd really not rather choose. But if I had to, I'd narrow it down between Rudy and Hillary. Rudy has a point when he says that the President is an executive and those who served in a similar position are more suited to be President. And governors usually do win over Senators. Although Rudy has only been a mayor, the population of New York City is greater than the majority of states in the US. As mayor of a major U.S. city, he has had foreign relation experience, but it's only on a local level. Since 9/11 happened on his watch as mayor, he has the experience of dealing with a major crisis with international implications. Hillary probably has more insight regarding a President's duties by observing as a First Lady than Al Gore did doing his duties as Vice-President. As a Senator, she probably has more in-depth experience in foreign affairs than Rudy. I'd call it a tie between the two.