Go Out and Vote

@RubyHawk (21153)
Atlanta, Georgia
May 27, 2016 7:50pm CST
I was just commenting on an article by Anthony Davis about the presidential election. It was interesting to read what everyone had to say. My first choice is Bernie. I think he's the best man for the job, but unfortunately he doesn't have the big money behind him. So that leaves Hillary and Trump. I think Trump is so big headed and conceited that he would pull the country in a terrible direction. I don't really want to vote for Hillary either, but if she's the Democrat candidate, she will get my vote. Hillary will have Bill Clinton behind her and he was one of our best presidents. At the end of his term, we didn't owe anyone a dime. I hope everyone will go to the polls and vote for the candidate of their choice. We only have one vote and it's our duty to use it.
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@Susan2015 (19306)
• United States
28 May 16
Bill Clinton I thought was a very good president. But I just cannot vote for her.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
I thought Bill was a good president and I believe he would be a big help to Hillary.
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@just4him (96486)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
28 May 16
Bernie is my choice too. I don't know who I will vote for if he doesn't get the nomination. I'll vote, but I don't want either one of the other two in the White House running this country.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
Looks like they are the only choice we have. Just think it through and go vote.
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@just4him (96486)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
29 May 16
@RubyHawk I will be thinking it through real hard. It might end up being a coin toss.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
9 Jun 16
@just4him You might be right, but I vote Democratic. I don't like GOP politics but sometimes we have to live with it.
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@JudyEv (103978)
• Bunbury, Australia
28 May 16
I would be really worried if Trump became President unless his party can pull him into line. We have elections early in July.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
I'm really worried. I didn't think Trump would have a chance with the words he uses and his attitude to working people and women especially. I was surprised.
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@mbabies2 (430)
• United States
28 May 16
I think trump is a very smart man and as soon as he is president. I believe we will see the real professional that he is
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
Trump has no experience in politics and with his attitude I'm afraid he would get us in big trouble.
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@mbabies2 (430)
• United States
28 May 16
@RubyHawk I understand but he does have experience with people and I believe he will hire the best people for the job like Reagan did
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
9 Jun 16
@mbabies2 If he wins, I certainly hope you are right.
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@valmnz (13146)
• New Zealand
28 May 16
I find it quite amusing to follow it all on our TV here in New Zealand.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
I'm sure it is, it's an embarrassment to most folks here.
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@valmnz (13146)
• New Zealand
28 May 16
@RubyHawk I can understand that
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
9 Jun 16
@valmnz Politics are amazing, but I've never seen anything like this before.
@JolietJake (43542)
• Olney, Illinois
28 May 16
I keep hollering at the felons to get out and vote too. Most of them don't know that legally the majority of them can.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
I didn't know felons could vote, but they should if it's possible.
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@JolietJake (43542)
• Olney, Illinois
28 May 16
@RubyHawk Yeppers, it's one of those deals that is never really talked about...everyone just assumes they can't vote,
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@annierose (17417)
• Philippines
28 May 16
It is our right to vote and if we do not use that right, we seem to be not existing in our own country. I know our vote can make a change. We should not give up too easily on our own country. Let us just hope that the best candidate win.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
9 Jun 16
That is my wish. I hope the winner can do what's best for our country.
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@Traceyjayne (1016)
• United Kingdom
28 May 16
Here in the uk I have not heard anyone say they thought Trump was a good idea.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
Trump is a joke to most countries and to many people in the U.S. He is insulting and obnoxious.
• Eugene, Oregon
28 May 16
Right on about the vote! I never expected that buffoon Trump to get this far. It is scary. Bernie has done better than expected by me as well. He has now raised big bucks and has a shot at California. But he has no way to pay for his grand ideas or get them through Congress. Hillary is our only alternative and will do fine as President. It is interesting that 3 million more people have voted for her already than Bernie's total.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
It is interesting, I think she will do just fine. She has a good head on her shoulders and she has been in politics long enough to know how to do the job.
@Teep11 (6685)
• United States
28 May 16
Trump really puts his foot in his mouth. It's been a rough Presidential ride but the candidate that will placeour Country in a better position.
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
I respectfully disagree, but it's your choice and we should vote our choice.
@bunnybon7 (34058)
• Holiday, Florida
28 May 16
I would say you are right
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@RubyHawk (21153)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 May 16
Thanks for your vote of confidence, I'm a great believer in citizens exercising their right to vote.