Would you vote for someone based off of their race, sex, or any other physical characteristic?Posted by: NewLifeChristian
Many people have decided to vote for Hillary Clinton because she is a woman. What about you? Would you vote for someone based off of their physical characteristics?
Yes, I would vote for someone because of their race, sex, etc.
No, I would not vote for someone because of their race, sex, etc.
- No one has voted yet. Be the first!
Voting for someone because they are a woman, black, etc. is just plain stupid and wrong. I like Trump better than Hillary because, unlike Hillary, he is more honest, trustworthy, and can actually get stuff done. And quite frankly, I don't care at all that America hasn't had a female president before. It doesn't matter whether you are black or white, or male or female when you are running for office.
The candidate with the best ideas, best personality, best actions, and most responsible is the one that should be voted for. I supported Obama not because he's black but because I thought that he was going to do a lot of good things. He's done a few good things but never issued immigration reform like he promised beforehand. Also, Obama has betrayed his own country as he is endorsing Hillary Clinton despite her history, her email, her voter fraud, and despite the fact that Hillary Clinton buys votes. I hate Donald Trump too because he openly offends everybody and doesn't get in trouble or disqualified because of that. He is a white supremacist, rich supremacist, and possibly a Klansman.
A person's gender, race, or any other orientation cannot determine how well they will do as a president. If I'm going to pick someone it is going to be someone that I think is qualified for the job and knows about politics.
Only someone ignorant would even consider it.
People voted for Obama because he was black, people voted for Bill Clinton because he was handsome (according to some old family friends who voted for him), and people will be stupid enough to vote for Hillary Clinton because she is a woman, not based off of her record or policy positions.