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Is it time for Hillary to drop out of the race?

Time for Hillary to Drop Out?


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Risky Thicket

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Finally, and we all knew this day was coming, people are calling for Hillary to drop out of the race. Hillary cannot beat Trump. Trump and Sanders create excitement. Hillary creates, well nothing.

Trump and Sanders fill-up stadiums and parks, huge venues. Hillary's people - to this day - must book very small locations (1,000 capacity or less) so as to provide the illusion that Hillary is packing them in. Ahhhh, decidedly not.

Trump and Sanders are on time and show boundless energy and enthusiasm. Hillary is habitually late, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or longer. Ironically it has never been reported that Hillary has been late for private fund raising dinners with the 1%. Hillary obviously hates being around the common people. Does Hillary have disdain for the commoners? There is no doubt that she acts like it. It's palpable, and truly, any attempt to change her public persona would be much too late. It would appear to most every voter as putting lipstick on a pig.

If the Democrats want to save themselves the indignity of a total slaughter, Hillary Clinton should drop out of the race. After last week, a Hillary-led ticket has as much chance of winning the White House as Trump has of losing the white vote. Sanders can beat Trump. And Hillary can’t — not anymore.

Too many scandals, too many years of Clinton fatigue, and now, after the latest email revelations, just too many lies chasing her like Van Helsing on Dracula.

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Sanders might beat Trump, but as much as I don't like Trump, I really don't like Hillary so I do wish she would drop out. Bernie is a bit too far left for me, but at least I think he believes in what he says as opposed to the other two. Of three bad choices I am voting for Jim Beam on election day. I aint voting unless it is not one of these three, I will stay home and have a few adult beverages.
 

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I don't see poll, but I would vote that yes, she should drop out.

Not so much for her own interest, but I do feel bad about the knots her supporters are tying themselves into trying to keep on supporting her. It is apparent that Clinton is incapable of feeling shame. It is really too bad she is incapable of feeling anything for those around her.
 

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dammit. I went passed the 5 minute limit to set up the poll. I'll restart a thread with a poll and ask the Mods to please delete this one.
 

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Time for Hillary to Drop Out?

Finally, and we all knew this day was coming, people are calling for Hillary to drop out of the race. Hillary cannot beat Trump. Trump and Sanders create excitement. Hillary creates, well nothing.

Trump and Sanders fill-up stadiums and parks, huge venues. Hillary's people - to this day - must book very small locations (1,000 capacity or less) so as to provide the illusion that Hillary is packing them in. Ahhhh, decidedly not.

Trump and Sanders are on time and show boundless energy and enthusiasm. Hillary is habitually late, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or longer. Ironically it has never been reported that Hillary has been late for private fund raising dinners with the 1%. Hillary obviously hates being around the common people. Does Hillary have disdain for the commoners? There is no doubt that she acts like it. It's palpable, and truly, any attempt to change her public persona would be much too late. It would appear to most every voter as putting lipstick on a pig.


If the Democrats want to save themselves the indignity of a total slaughter, Hillary Clinton should drop out of the race. After last week, a Hillary-led ticket has as much chance of winning the White House as Trump has of losing the white vote. Sanders can beat Trump. And Hillary can’t — not anymore.

Too many scandals, too many years of Clinton fatigue, and now, after the latest email revelations, just too many lies chasing her like Van Helsing on Dracula.


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What poll? But I will have to vote 'yes'....
Hillary is a corrupt career politician, just what the American voter is in the process of rejecting. At least those who know things like who is the VP, who we fought in the 2nd world war, etc...things like that.

Trump is just in it for the laughs, but may have to get serious very soon.

Sanders, another career politician, is a socialist moron. Who wants to increase the national debt by another 18 trillion dollars.

Take your pick...and don't say third party.....because it will/has never happened.
 

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Sanders might beat Trump, but as much as I don't like Trump, I really don't like Hillary so I do wish she would drop out. Bernie is a bit too far left for me, but at least I think he believes in what he says as opposed to the other two. Of three bad choices I am voting for Jim Beam on election day. I aint voting unless it is not one of these three, I will stay home and have a few adult beverages.


Believing in what someone says and being right is a poor reason to vote for someone.
 

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I don't see poll, but I would vote that yes, she should drop out.

Not so much for her own interest, but I do feel bad about the knots her supporters are tying themselves into trying to keep on supporting her. It is apparent that Clinton is incapable of feeling shame. It is really too bad she is incapable of feeling anything for those around her.

I agree she should drop out but in my opinion for the good of the country.
 

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I am not voting, I believe them all to be equally bad. Sorry I was rambling a bit there. Beam I can believe in.
Believing in what someone says and being right is a poor reason to vote for someone.
 

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Finally, and we all knew this day was coming, people are calling for Hillary to drop out of the race. Hillary cannot beat Trump. Trump and Sanders create excitement. Hillary creates, well nothing.

Trump and Sanders fill-up stadiums and parks, huge venues. Hillary's people - to this day - must book very small locations (1,000 capacity or less) so as to provide the illusion that Hillary is packing them in. Ahhhh, decidedly not.

Trump and Sanders are on time and show boundless energy and enthusiasm. Hillary is habitually late, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or longer. Ironically it has never been reported that Hillary has been late for private fund raising dinners with the 1%. Hillary obviously hates being around the common people. Does Hillary have disdain for the commoners? There is no doubt that she acts like it. It's palpable, and truly, any attempt to change her public persona would be much too late. It would appear to most every voter as putting lipstick on a pig.



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Well, if we want the worst pair of candidates of modern times, we might glee on BS instead of Clinton the crook.
 

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Hillary and the establishment keep talking like she has sealed the nomination. She has all the super delegates. They say she has or is going to secure the needed votes, so I don't think she will drop out. They act like she's already the nominee.

Finally, and we all knew this day was coming, people are calling for Hillary to drop out of the race. Hillary cannot beat Trump. Trump and Sanders create excitement. Hillary creates, well nothing.

Trump and Sanders fill-up stadiums and parks, huge venues. Hillary's people - to this day - must book very small locations (1,000 capacity or less) so as to provide the illusion that Hillary is packing them in. Ahhhh, decidedly not.

Trump and Sanders are on time and show boundless energy and enthusiasm. Hillary is habitually late, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or longer. Ironically it has never been reported that Hillary has been late for private fund raising dinners with the 1%. Hillary obviously hates being around the common people. Does Hillary have disdain for the commoners? There is no doubt that she acts like it. It's palpable, and truly, any attempt to change her public persona would be much too late. It would appear to most every voter as putting lipstick on a pig.



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Finally, and we all knew this day was coming, people are calling for Hillary to drop out of the race.

Sanders supporters, yes. Conveniently so, the opposition wants her to give up a sizable (and probably insurmountable) lead and just pack it in. :lol:

Hillary cannot beat Trump. Trump and Sanders create excitement. Hillary creates, well nothing.

Hillary, as of today, holds a slight edge in national polling averages. This is simply an assertion and nothing more.

Trump and Sanders fill-up stadiums and parks, huge venues. Hillary's people - to this day - must book very small locations (1,000 capacity or less) so as to provide the illusion that Hillary is packing them in. Ahhhh, decidedly not.

Which is not necessarily indicative of electability. A Ron Paul rally would likely garner more youth attendance than a Mitt Romney gala, but that's not indicative of anything other than demographics.
 

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Sanders might beat Trump, but as much as I don't like Trump, I really don't like Hillary so I do wish she would drop out. Bernie is a bit too far left for me, but at least I think he believes in what he says as opposed to the other two. Of three bad choices I am voting for Jim Beam on election day. I aint voting unless it is not one of these three, I will stay home and have a few adult beverages.

Bernie is definitely the most trustworthy out of all three.
 

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dammit. I went passed the 5 minute limit to set up the poll. I'll restart a thread with a poll and ask the Mods to please delete this one.

I think the threads should be merged, instead of deleting this one.
 

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I know how to do that. Risky start the new thread, remember the poll this time, and I will merge them.
I think the threads should be merged, instead of deleting this one.
 

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I know how to do that. Risky start the new thread, remember the poll this time, and I will merge them.

Thank you. New thread started. "Time for Hillary to Go."
 

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I'm horrified by the idea of Donald Trump winning, but not horrified enough of it to vote for Hillary Clinton. I would definitely prefer Sanders getting the nomination.
 

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If we want to avert a Trump Presidency, she needs to drop out immediately, CNN is the most recent news network to jump into the dogpile........CN-****ing-N.
 
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It's time for her to drop dead.

Just as she let the Benghazi men drop dead by doing nothing.

What a piece of garbage.
 

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Hillary Clinton is a serial f*ckup, she can't stay out of trouble, and her electoral successes are proof of mass cognitive disorder on the part of Democratic voters.

Unfortunately Republican voters tie the Democrats for abject stupidity, so the country may be treated to the worst of all possible political worlds this year.
 

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It would simply the race for me. I think I'd have to vote the capitalist over the socialist.
 

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Finally, and we all knew this day was coming, people are calling for Hillary to drop out of the race. Hillary cannot beat Trump. Trump and Sanders create excitement. Hillary creates, well nothing.

Trump and Sanders fill-up stadiums and parks, huge venues. Hillary's people - to this day - must book very small locations (1,000 capacity or less) so as to provide the illusion that Hillary is packing them in. Ahhhh, decidedly not.

Trump and Sanders are on time and show boundless energy and enthusiasm. Hillary is habitually late, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or longer. Ironically it has never been reported that Hillary has been late for private fund raising dinners with the 1%. Hillary obviously hates being around the common people. Does Hillary have disdain for the commoners? There is no doubt that she acts like it. It's palpable, and truly, any attempt to change her public persona would be much too late. It would appear to most every voter as putting lipstick on a pig.



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I'm no fan but I almost feel sorry for her. I don't think she's in the best health and she doesn't seem like she even really wants it.
 

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I'm not at all convinced that Bernie Sanders could beat Trump. Sanders has been given pretty much a free ride to date while Trump and Clinton have both been savaged by different sections of the media. Sanders, to date, is like everyone's cute gramps and we're humouring him, but nobody is seriously going to give gramps the keys to the car at this stage in his life.

For better, but mostly for the worst, Democrats are chained to the Clinton lead ball and it's really all they've got.
 
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