Marco Rubio or Hillary Clinton?

Posted by: JDiamond

If the election were today, who would you vote for?

  • Marco Rubio (R-FL)

  • Hillary Clinton (D-NY)

83% 20 votes
17% 4 votes
  • Individual I still support. Agree with his policies, and more trustworthy than Hillary Clinton.

  • No sane American who uses their thinking cap would ever vote for a lying, selfish, self-centered, thoughtless subhuman like Hillary. People not named Hillary Clinton are afforded not a single electrical impulse of thought in Hillary's mind. I mean seriously, who rents out the Lincoln bedroom like it's a B&B, then steals and begins selling items from within the White House upon leaving office...including the silverware?

  • When considering a question with as much weight as this, it is imperative to recognize a) debate performance, b) political experience, and c) electability. For point a, it's easily recognizable Rubio has consistently performed to a higher degree than has Clinton. For point b, it is also quite clear Clinton has been a politician for a more extensive period of time. However, this doesn't not specifically indicate all of her experience was positive, as referenced by point c, electability. When considering this final point, it's notable to weigh the expansive political scandals in which Clinton has been pivotally involved (Benghazi, emails, etc.) and their impact on her electability. Inherently, these have been detrimental. For all of these reasons, and simply for moral character in regards to social issues and the pragmatics of domestic and foreign policy, Rubio is the clearly superior choice.

  • MARCO RUBIO, without a doubt.

  • I will admit I do not like Hillary. However my hatred towards Rubio is so strong there is no way I would give him my vote unless Ben Carson or Ted Cruz were the other option.

    Posted by: benhos
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gabep says2015-10-30T01:07:05.4323628Z
Meh. One will be extremely thirsty and won't be ale to do anything because he is busy chugging water. The other won't be able to do anything because she is figuring out what to do with her emails.
ColeTrain says2015-10-30T17:57:57.6914955Z
When considering a question with as much weight as this, it is imperative to recognize a) debate performance, b) political experience, and c) electability. For point a, it's easily recognizable Rubio has consistently performed to a higher degree than has Clinton. For point b, it is also quite clear Clinton has been a politician for a more extensive period of time. However, this doesn't not specifically indicate all of her experience was positive, as referenced by point c, electability. When considering this final point, it's notable to weigh the expansive political scandals in which Clinton has been pivotally involved (Benghazi, emails, etc.) and their impact on her electability. Inherently, these have been detrimental. For all of these reasons, and simply for moral character in regards to social issues and the pragmatics of domestic and foreign policy, Rubio is the clearly superior choice.

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