Re: Hillary Clinton’s New Book ‘What Happened’ Examines 2016 Campaign


Author:Matt Johnsen
Homepage:http://www.mattjohnsen.com
Date:2017-07-28 14:35:20
In Reply To:Re: Hillary Clinton’s New Book ‘What Happened’ Examines 2016 Campaign by Chris F5
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So using your "qualifications GW Bush was just as qualified
How did that turn out
Well, no, he wasn't. His education earned him a BA in history and an MBA (compared to Clinton's J.D.) W served as governor of Texas. He never served in a legislative capacity. He had no foreign policy experience. He clearly did not have either a broad or deep understanding of policy. In short, he was an unqualified idiot and his presidency reflected that.
Are these your only metrics for qualifications? I can understand now why you voted for Gary Johnson. He's a man and shares your political point of view. Well, except that he smokes pot.
Didn't take yout long to start being a douchbag...Guess I triggered something
I can give it and take it, unlike some.
But there are many who saw these attributes as being most qualified

And I voted Johnson because IMO neither Trump or Hillary were qualified..I thought both were amongst the worst ever to run
You were right about one of them.
I voted for the person who could allow people to do what I was able to do in 10 short years acomplish...which is being able to come out of their own abyss with good work ethic and decision making and to become at the very least financially and personally secure..live a good life and enjoy it...without government creating unessesary barriers and road blocks (because it's not fair for people to be happy and successful when others choose to be poor and miserable)
You're not making any sense.
I also don't want any religious agendas pushed down my throat against my will by threat of force
I read both party platforms....both were shitty as hell..as were their candidates..
Johnson represented what I felt was the best chance to allow people such as myself (and Nick...)to follow in their footsteps...
Still not making sense.
And also get enough votes to allow consideration into future debates (which will happen now )
Well, I agree that the bar for entry to the debates is way too high for the outside parties. But, unless changes have been made to the rules, none of last year's outside parties earned enough of the popular vote to qualify.

Matt
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