Would Things be Different?

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Do you things would be different today in America from the choices of the following?

  1. If Hillary Rodham Clinton were elected

    41.7%
  2. If Senator John McCain were elected president

    75.0%
  3. If Mike Huckabee were elected president

    75.0%
  4. That none of these choices would make it different

    25.0%
  5. Invite Benny Hinn to the White House that he lays his hands on it and America will be healed lol!!!

    8.3%
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  1. 4ever4Jesus

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    We currently know under Obama and his administration the United States doesn't seem to be standing to well at this point.
    Even surprisingly upsetting a lot of Left Wing Democrats.
    Basically it seems our government is out of control.

    Do you think things would be different or the same in America
    as of today?
     
  2. Jon-Marc

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    Since all politicians are pathological liars, who we have for president wouldn't make any difference. They will still spend our money foolishly and keep us so deep in debt that other countries will end up owning this country because of all we owe them.

    There is no way the national debt will ever be paid off with our government spending money foolishly left and right for all kinds of unnecessary things--like space exploration. God is the only "alien" out there, and they can only find Him by faith.
     
  3. Dr. Bob

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    Different? Yep. Maybe a little better, marbe a little worse.

    Now if BOB were President . . .
     
  4. Salty

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    Why thank you for the vote of confidence!
    I have run for city council and State assembly - so I susposse I am qualified


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  5. 4ever4Jesus

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    I did not vote in the last race. I tried to register at the post office. They told me no longer. I had to go to city hall. I never made it. But I followed this campaign. As Jon Marc notes whoever we pick there is going to be trouble.

    But I knew ahead of time Obama would be the worse of all. Whether John McCain was being candid or not I did like his answers. I did like how he ran in the race. He also told the crowd to stop booing when he lost. He said to them. Now come on stop. Someone has to win and someone has to lose. I respected McCain and I think he sure was more American than both Obama and Clinton.

    People thought McCain was a bit old and a bit slow. It’s just that McCain is more into thinking first then to reason. Obama thinks He has the answers right there. Well we see what happened.

    The voters got set up. I don’t know if the recession would be in any better as W Bush announced this just before leaving office. But I think McCain would have shown more compassion on this nation and getting to crisis issues much quicker. Obama has proved in some case it doesn’t seem he cares about the tragedies going on almost like he is pulling us under on purpose. Even Democrats are upset at him for going on his own. To me he is more like a dictator even though they call him a socialist.

    McCain would have not allowed the mosque building. And he would not have close ties with Islam in the end time wars. The west is not mentioned in the Bible but neither is Australia. The king of the North of the south will invade. Where will that leave the east and Australia? We will have to wait and see.
     
  6. abcgrad94

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    Hmm. I doubt it would have made much difference, really. The House and Senate would still be controlled by the same party.
     
  7. glfredrick

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    Absolutely it would be different... Leadership (or lack thereof) brings with it direction.

    It is the blurring of the differences that is fueling the liberal moves in America!

    A few other things that are doing likewise:

    • Referring to our nation as a Democracy (it is a Republic)
    • Making the majority vote the law of the land (we vote within the bounds of law, not simple majority)
    • Allowing judicial activists to re-write laws that the people's representatives and elected leaders have set in place.
    • Re-defining constitutional terms
     
  8. FriendofSpurgeon

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    Different? Absolutely. Elections have consequences. For people to say that it really doesn't matter who is elected, is just plain wrong.

    Elections matter. Would the healthcare bill have passed if McCain or Huckabee would have won? I doubt it. Personally, I doubt that it would have passed if Clinton had won.

    Better? Different question and depends on your POV.
     

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