Hillary is better than Trump
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Campaign Finance-My opponent described Clinton as a "good heart and could be a better president than Trump". But, this is false in any world one wants to live in.
I will state the data of which groups are actually donating to Hilary Clinton.
-Citigroup Inc gave $782,000 dollars to Clinton Campaign.
-Goldman Sachs gave 711,000 dollars to Clinton Campaign.
-DLA Piper gave 628,000 dollars to Clinton Campaign.
-JPMorgan Chase gave 801,000 dollars to Clinton Campaign.
-Morgan Stanley gave 765,000 dollars to Clinton Campaign.
-Time Warner gave 603,000 dollars to Clinton Campaign.
-21st Century Fox gave 373,000 dollars to Clinton campaign.
-Lehman Brothers gave 362,000 dollars to Clinton campaign.
My opponent is na"ve to think that these numbers will not influence her policy positions.
This part of the case is the most significant part. It proves that Hilary Clinton is actually center-right wing. Hilary Clinton is a war hawk that has supported several bills that has had a devastating impact on our country.
Hilary Clinton voted for the War on Iraq. This is an anti-liberal position. Dick Cheney and Bush basically invaded another country that had nothing to do with 911. Bush's administration did this anyway. Any liberal would know that this was a mistake. The consequences led to so many different terrorist groups Americans now deem a threat.
One could look at the many predictable consequences that were already going to happen. Iraq was divided by religious sects that opposed each other. Once, America overthrew the government that was maintaining stability, than we can see the rise of terrorist groups such as ISIS.
But, she has not learned from her mistakes which is the dangerous part. She still believes that regime-change is a good idea. She supported this when the government overthrew the Libyan government, and reduced them to anarchy. She supports regime change now in Syria. Clinton wants to overthrow the Syrian Government. She basically wants to repeat the same consequences causing more problems for the American people, and the Middle East itself.
Now, I hate Trump as much as anybody. One can just look at his stances, and see how childish they are. But, Donald Trump is changing his views for the general election. This tells me that Donald Trump does not truly believe in what he has claimed during the Republican Primary. Lets look at the stances.
-Trump has stated that he is look forward to increasing the minimum wage.
-Trump has stated that he wants to start taxing hedge fund managers which is a step in the right direction.
-Trump has also flirted with the idea of changing his policy towards immigrants and Muslims.
-Trump has also stated that America should not be involved in Syria.
-Trump does not want to cut Social Security spending.
=Trump agrees with Obamacare.
-Trump is against the outsourcing of jobs.
-Trump is for transgender/gay rights.
This tells me that Donald Trump is not as radical or dumb as people have made him out to be. He is from New York, and has been very liberal for a very long time. One can see in the 1980s to 1990s that he held liberal positions. In this election, we are trying to pick out the which one is the lesser of two evils. We already know where Hilary Clinton stands. We already know that she is a basic right winger economically, and on foreign policy wise. Donald Trump has gone to the left, and there is evidence that suggests he is liberal.
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Vote Placed by dsjpk5 10 months ago
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