Who do YOU want to be President of the United States?

@Bella128 (2480)
United States
July 25, 2016 9:54am CST
Is it okay that I really don't know? The whole election process has been quite overwhelming to me. So many scandals and drama from both sides it's hard to say who I actually want to be president. I think politics are stressful and create arguments BUT I would love to hear a good argument from anyone suggesting who to vote for...so please anyone, who do YOU want to be President of the United States and (most importantly) why?
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@NJChicaa (46286)
• United States
25 Jul 16
It's simple for me: NOT Donald Trump.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
Oh really, any particular reason why?
@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
25 Jul 16
yes anyone but Trump
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@Corbin5 (116270)
• United States
25 Jul 16
My dog. Honest, reliable, loyal, faithful, intelligent and law-abiding.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
Haha, good choice!
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• Calgary, Alberta
25 Jul 16
From the candidates right now I will choose Jill Stein.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
I must be honest, I do not know who that is.
• Calgary, Alberta
25 Jul 16
@Bellatricks Media tries to hide her because she can kick Hillary and Trumps but in debates.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker I think the media always favors the ones that have more money it seems. Either personal money or money they are receiving.
@Bluedoll (17052)
• Canada
25 Jul 16
Bill Gates. He seems like a level headed man. Has a supportive family and has shown the world he is successful without being arrogant. He is also very rich though that is not or should be the criteria needed to be a good president.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
That's a good choice! I think you can write-in a person but usually the people who win are in the two major parties.
@Bluedoll (17052)
• Canada
25 Jul 16
@Bellatricks I've been requested by a former USA Ambassador to Canada not to get involved with another countries politics. So I wouldn't want to suggest to any American who to vote for. I can though give my opinion on who I think would make the best President from the two major parties. I would say Clinton Hillary based on what she currently brings to the table. However, Trump Donald would keep everything stirred up and providing he didn't make any serious mistakes might give Americans much more excitement? Do you understand the differences in policies between the two? I'm not sure what it is they intend to do and what it will mean.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
@Bluedoll From past experience I find they usually say one thing while running and then do something else while in office. I wish it really didn't matter who was president. What I mean by that is, I wish that it was more up to the people as a whole but the way the country is designed the president does seem to have a lot of power. I think there's more for me to research before voting time comes. I just want to make sure to vote because not voting is probably the worst thing someone can do.
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@amadeo (73344)
• United States
25 Jul 16
It is your responsibly to vote.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
Yes, I just need to make sure I vote for the "right" person!
@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
25 Jul 16
Bernie S anders so now let me warn any who dis me thatI will delete mean responses so keep hate to yourself
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
25 Jul 16
That's the thing about politics isn't it? People are quite mean and rude! Oh well. Will you be writing him in? I wonder if enough people wrote him in... if there's a chance he could win even if he's not going to be officially on the ballot.
@zarlamain (24885)
• United States
26 Jul 16
I wanted Bernie Sanders to win, but Hilary Clinton is in the lead.