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Old 01-27-2016, 08:18 PM   #21
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Default I see many are looking towards Bernie Sanders. There are states requiring one to offically identify as a Democrat for the primary.


http://voteforbernie.org/

This site makes it easy for people to check what their state's requirements are!


I see that many on this thread are Bernie Sander's supporters. Many states are requiring one to officially identify as a Democrat if you are voting for Bernie Sanders.
For instance:
Alabama can vote for Bernie Sanders regardless of their designated party.

Alaska has closed caucuses.
Alaskans must register as democrat to vote for Bernie! However, you can register and/or change your affiliation the day of the caucus.

Arizona has closed primaries.
Arizonans must register as democrat to vote for Bernie!
This is for the Presidential Preference Election which takes place before the primary on August 30.

California has semi-closed primaries.
Californians must register as democrat or undeclared to vote for Bernie!




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Default For Republicans , Dems and anyone else*S

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Great survey Virago! thank you for posting it.
It was so cool to have a tool to know which Candidate is more for the things I value.

I got Bernie Sanders 96%
Clinton 95%
O'Malley 80%
I did the indepth and asked for more questions in each category, thanks BTTYS for posting about the slider

You are more than welcome*S..I didn't notice all the options at first and wanted to let others know*S...I appreciate your kindness*S
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Great survey. Thank you for posting this.

Hillary 92%
Sanders 91%
O'Malley (63% or 57%, I don't remember)

I am voting for Hillary.
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I did not take the survey. I have known for twenty years who I want for President.

I will vote for Hillary Clinton.

I want a woman president. I want a woman president. I WANT A WOMAN PRESIDENT!!!

Beyond that I respect and admire her and feel she will make a good president. (though I wish she were less of a hawk.)

Because this sites member are largely somewhere along the spectrum of female, I thought there would be widespread support for Hillary. I am shocked, actually, by the number of Bernie supporters who have responded. I am old. I have waited all my life for a woman president. If Hillary is not elected, I may not live to see a woman elected. For the most of the rest of y'all who are lots younger, I guess the issue is less pressing, because you have more life left, and you can afford to wait.

But HELL, B-Fers! aren't you tired of waiting? Aren't you tired of watching less qualified and overly egotistical males get elected when there are well qualified women who do not even get nominated, encouraged or backed financially? Well I'm tired of waiting. I want a woman President NOW... THIS time around.

I do like his Bernie's politics, but I do not think a Socialist can get elected in the USA. Though he caucuses with the Dems, he is not one. I am a dyed in the wool, lifelong Democrat (since age 8 - really!), and I want a Democrat to be elected. I somewhat resent that he didn't run as a Socialist or Independent. If you believe in it, Run on it.

Anyway, just my two cents worth. Glad everyone is interested in the election. Go vote!!!
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http://www.isidewith.com/political-quiz?from=VDZtMDkVR

A good survey to help you know if you're actually backing the right candidate for your beliefs
So what did you get?

We all know that I am a dirty socialist one way or another! lol
Bernie 99%
Hillary 96%
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Trump 86%
Clinton 80%
Kasich 80%
Wont vote for Clinton but at one time I would have just cause
she would be the first woman president but Im not going to stoop down that far
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So what did you get?

We all know that I am a dirty socialist one way or another! lol
Bernie 99%
Hillary 96%
I've actually taken it 3 times and each time my numbers change as I think through some of the questions more. I didn't save my first 2 so I can't remember the numbers. Clinton and Sanders were always very close though.

The first time I had Clinton, Sanders, O'Malley and <gulp> Trump in that order.

The second time I had Clinton, Sanders and <gulp> Rubio

This time I have Sanders 85%, Clinton 83%, O'Malley 64%, <gulp> Trump 62%, Paul 59%, Bush 54%, Cruz 52%, Carson 31%

A lot of these issues are still a work in progress for me. As I learn more I change my position. I am interested to see how I do on this again in a few weeks
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Trump 86%
Clinton 80%
Kasich 80%
Wont vote for Clinton but at one time I would have just cause
she would be the first woman president but Im not going to stoop down that far
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I got 99% on both Clinton and Sanders without doing the sliders or extra questions.

I am voting for Clinton because I think she is by far and away the most qualified to be president of the United States. In some ways Sanders ideas might be closer in tune to mine, but I don't think he would be nearly as good a president as Clinton and don't think think he can get elected. If he did, I question whether he would actually be able to govern effectively. The obstructionist Republicans will go after Hillary with all of their might too, but she will be much better prepared.

Also, "revolutions" don't start from the top down. I do hope grassroots support for some of Sanders' ideas continues to grow no matter what the outcome of the election is.

I also sense a huge dose of sexism in how Hillary is being treated in this election. No surprise there.
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I got 99% on both Clinton and Sanders without doing the sliders or extra questions.

I am voting for Clinton because I think she is by far and away the most qualified to be president of the United States. In some ways Sanders ideas might be closer in tune to mine, but I don't think he would be nearly as good a president as Clinton and don't think think he can get elected. If he did, I question whether he would actually be able to govern effectively. The obstructionist Republicans will go after Hillary with all of their might too, but she will be much better prepared.

Also, "revolutions" don't start from the top down. I do hope grassroots support for some of Sanders' ideas continues to grow no matter what the outcome of the election is.


I also sense a huge dose of sexism in how Hillary is being treated in this election. No surprise there.

Finally! Someone sees it similarly to the way I do!

I wrote a very long post about this, but since I had already written my views, I didn't post it. Bull Dog, you hit my main points exactly and concisely! I wish I had those 45 minutes back of the long post I never even posted!
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I've actually taken it 3 times and each time my numbers change as I think through some of the questions more. I didn't save my first 2 so I can't remember the numbers. Clinton and Sanders were always very close though.

The first time I had Clinton, Sanders, O'Malley and <gulp> Trump in that order.

The second time I had Clinton, Sanders and <gulp> Rubio

This time I have Sanders 85%, Clinton 83%, O'Malley 64%, <gulp> Trump 62%, Paul 59%, Bush 54%, Cruz 52%, Carson 31%

A lot of these issues are still a work in progress for me. As I learn more I change my position. I am interested to see how I do on this again in a few weeks
Hey V thanks for sharing. I remember doing this test a few months back and had Clinton 1st and Bernie 2nd.... I guess since then I've gone even more "dirty socialist"

Obviously I've got the "jewish mother syndrome" for I don't count scores under 80%! lol

So I got some of the scary shit in low 20es and 10s as well! Not proud to advertise that lol
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Survey says: Bernie Sanders

There is no reason to believe that any president elected will be of much use at all. Prior experience has shown us that the best we can hope for is a president that is committed to trying to do the least amount of damage to the average American as possible given the circumstance of a government that is controlled by a plutocracy. Bernie Sanders does give me hope. His record in Vermont, his consistency, his identification with socialism and so much more lead me to believe he might be/could be different and strong willed enough to be effective. But then I thought that about Obama as well and that didn't turn out to be the case. However there is no reason whatsoever to believe that Hillary would be able to untangle herself from big money long enough to do much good at all. And what can anyone say about Congress. It's more than useless to the American people. It is a hindrance to everyone. But there are some things that a president can do without Congress. POTUS is not a powerless position. Here are a couple of articles that talk about those things.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/1...thout-Congress


Another article courtesy of a post by Orema in her thread 2016 Presidential Candidates. I hope she doesn't mind my borrowing the link.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/29/op...f=opinion&_r=1
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Miss Tick, I agree that although we make a big long sometimes intolerable ordeal out of electing them, POTUS has little Power in our own country. Internationally, I think they have the power to do great harm or great good. Also they have the power of the "bully pulpit" which can sometimes effect significant change.


I am a Democrat, so I believe that our situation would be improved by having a Democratic majority in both houses. but what I am most anxious to have a democratic President for, it to put more liberal judges on the Supreme Court. Rumors are floating around that if Hillary is elected, AND an opening develops, she will nominate Barrack Obama for Justice. He is a constitutional scholar, and the man will be needing SOME kind of a job, after all. My own personal choice for the court would be Carolyn Kennedy. She is an attorney and a scholar, She has published books on Constitutional issues. She has spent most of her life in public service, and she is currently the Ambassador to Japan.

Best of all she is young enough to be able to serve on the court for many years
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QUOTE=Miss Tick;1042072]Survey says: Bernie Sanders

There is no reason to believe that any president elected will be of much use at all. Prior experience has shown us that the best we can hope for is a president that is committed to trying to do the least amount of damage to the average American as possible given the circumstance of a government that is controlled by a plutocracy. Bernie Sanders does give me hope. His record in Vermont, his consistency, his identification with socialism and so much more lead me to believe he might be/could be different and strong willed enough to be effective. But then I thought that about Obama as well and that didn't turn out to be the case. However there is no reason whatsoever to believe that Hillary would be able to untangle herself from big money long enough to do much good at all. And what can anyone say about Congress. It's more than useless to the American people. It is a hindrance to everyone. But there are some things that a president can do without Congress. POTUS is not a powerless position. Here are a couple of articles that talk about those things.


http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/1...thout-Congress


Another article courtesy of a post by Orema in her thread 2016 Presidential Candidates. I hope she doesn't mind my borrowing the link.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/29/op...f=opinion&_r=1[/QUOTE]
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Trump 86%
Clinton 80%
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Wont vote for Clinton but at one time I would have just cause
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Clinton: 85%

Sanders: 82%

O'Malley: 71%

Don't ask me how this happened:

Trump: 64%
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