Are you wishing Hillary would come back???

@missybal (4492)
United States
August 9, 2008 2:46pm CST
This question is more for McCain supporters. I have heard from so many people when this whole campaign started...'Please Just not Hillary', however sense I have heard the same people saying they would prefer Hillary on that ticket instead of Obama. I'm one of them that I don't particularly like Hillary but now I know that Hillary is far more qualified to lead over Obama, and Obama scares the heck out of me. So McCain supporters if you had to put up with a Democrat winning the election, which is it.... Hillary or Obama.
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@Taskr36 (13923)
• United States
11 Aug 08
Well early on I didn't think we could have a worse choice than Hillary Clinton. I also thought it was great to see an African American as a serious contender so early on, I thought Obama was the better choice. After learning more about him however, my tune changed completely. While I disagree with both their policies and agendas, Obama concerns me much more. At least with Hillary Clinton I know what she stands for and how she'll deal with the issues. With Obama there is really no telling since he's lied consistently and broken several promises even before the primaries are officially over. If only the democrats would have actually studied their candidates instead of voting for whoever the media forced in front of them we might have a respectable nominee from their party.
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@missybal (4492)
• United States
11 Aug 08
I could not agree more. I don't know why it seems that the Democrat party hasn't come up with better candidates.
@Taskr36 (13923)
• United States
21 Aug 08
Honestly they did have better candidates. The problem is that the networks, not the voters, pick the front runners. I think if the networks hadn't blacklisted Mike Gravel he could have gotten pretty good support and he was probably the best of the democratic candidates. He was the only one with the balls to be against disenfranchising voters in Michigan and Florida. Not only that, he actually knows what it's like to struggle and live from paycheck to paycheck. Something NONE of the front runners know anything about although Obama likes to pretend he does. Either way, most voters are just slaves to what they see on TV. I'd hoped the internet would have reduced that influence, but I guess we still have a ways to go.
@oneidmnster (1387)
• United States
10 Aug 08
I wish they would all just go away.This election is like Americas worst nightmare. What we need even more than a new President is a new Congress.
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@GMWilll (84)
• United States
9 Aug 08
I prefer things as they are now. Clinton admin. already has enough internal problems. Obama has a clean state and a "ready to step-up" mentality that I admire.
@anniepa (27280)
• United States
9 Aug 08
Rose, you wrote,"Barack Obama admits he was a long time member of the muslin faith." What evidence do you have of that? That is completely untrue, at least according to anything I've heard or read. I also have to ask why we should care about the religious faith of our politicians. Anyway, there are many Muslim Americans that are fine and productive members of society the same as people from many denominations of the Christian faith, Jews and those of other religions and those of no religion. What matters is what kind of person they are and what they want for our country and ALL of its people. Annie