What would it take?

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  1. Don

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    I'm curious: What would it take for a current Clinton supporter to NOT vote for her? What's the "line in the sand"?
     
  2. Alcott

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    Perhaps a video of her grabbing Al Sharpton in the _____. And/or bragging about it.
     
  3. Zaac

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    You'd probably get a quicker answer at Episcopalian.com.

    Sent from my SGH-M919 using Tapatalk
     
  4. Aaron

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    Nothing, because they are like her.
     
  5. Revmitchell

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    To become a conservative
     
  6. Don

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    You know what's wrong with the answers so far?

    No Clinton supporters have chimed in.

    Just as no Trump supporters have participated in the other thread.

    Something to think about.
     
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  7. Baptist Believer

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    Ms. Clinton will get my vote, but I'm definitely not a supporter.

    If she talked about undermining the freedom of the press and using religious belief/opinion a deciding factor in any kind of government decision, I would probably vote for one of the third party candidates - none of which appear competent to handle the office.
     
  8. just-want-peace

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    Why should she say anything this point? You KNOW (or certainly should by now) that castrating the 2nd is one of her TOP priorities, and with that gone & all guns confiscated, what's to stop the biting of chunks from the "freedom of the press"????
    For that matter what's the difference in her stance on "RIGHTS" in general and that of any of the banana republic Hitler wannabes?

    Oh, don't rely on the senate/house keeping her reign in check - we have seen how effective that is for the past 7+ years. :Sleep
     
  9. Baptist Believer

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    A hypothetical was asked and I answered. I have no reason to believe that she would announce any policy shifts or ideas at this point. All she needs to do is let Trump continue his madman rants. Trump proves to a majority of the American people every day why he should not be President through his spoken comments, his actions, and his tweets.

    She has largely been given the election because of Trump's personal instability. She's a terrible candidate, but many of us see Trump as much worse. At least she has a measure of control over her tongue. He does not even have that. How can he govern a nation when he cannot even govern his own tongue?
     
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    Not a H supporter. But from those I know who will vote for her, it would be someone other Trump on the other side -- Rubio, Kasich, etc.
     
  11. Baptist Believer

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    If Rubio or Kasich were the Republican candidate, I would be loudly championing their candidacy.
     
  12. Revmitchell

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    I have no idea how one can go from wanting someone like Rubio to a Marxist like Hillary. Makes no sense.
     
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  13. Baptist Believer

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    It's probably because I disagree with your premise that Ms. Clinton is a Marxist.
     
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    Uh huh, she is a far left extremist who hates free speech, freedom of religion, or anything else that has to do with freedom in any way. Just like her Marxist buddy Obama.
     
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