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Who would you vote for? (1 choice, votes not public)

  1. 1. Who would you vote for? (1 choice, votes not public)

    • Trump
      16
    • Bernie
      38
    • Rubio
      3
    • Hillary
      15
    • Cruz
      10
    • Mickey Mouse
      6
    • John Kasich
      3
    • Other (please post)
      5

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Yes! Him and John Boehner. Enough said.

What is this strange new breed of humanoid?

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Yes! Him and John Boehner. Enough said.

At least Boehner doesn't have those weird pale "raccoon eyes" Trump has. *shudder*

I actually agree with a lot of Hilary's views and she is very intelligent. I just don't really care for her.

I like BeRNie! He gets my vote.

Though like a couple of you I also really like Joe Biden. And I will miss President Obama and his family. Every time Trump opens his mouth I am thankful our current leader is a class act. As is his family.

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Feel the Bern! Semi-socialized healthcare for all, feed the hungry, raise the national minimum wage, free public education up to Bachelor's Degree, reasonable gun control, stronger EPA regulations, and more accountability generally. Can you even believe what has happened to Flint, MI...poison a community's children in order to save a few bucks? How do these people sleep at night? Nurses have to stand up for healthy environments, healthy society, and healthcare for all--we are reasonable people who believe in evidence: prevention is the best cure, poverty is unhealthy, educated families produce healthier children, guns are a national healthcare disaster, and poisoned food, water, and air are bad for everybody. And yes, sometimes taking care of people actually costs money. Duh.

I think Hillary will actually get the nomination, but I wish, I wish it could be Bernie--it's high time we joined the rest of the civilized world in caring for ourselves and our fellow citizens.

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I can't imagine voting for Monica Lewinsky's ex boyfriend's wife for President.

Make America Great Again! TRUMP!!! is my vote.

When you say "make America great again" which part in time are you referring to? when only white men could vote? When the foreigners performed a genocide on the Native Americans? or when people of color were being hung from trees for looking in a white woman's direction? 🤔

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Trump over Grumpy Old Man any day.

Curious as to why you refer to Bernie Sanders as a grumpy old man. Do you understand his platform?

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Curious as to why you refer to Bernie Sanders as a grumpy old man. Do you understand his platform?

He talks grumpy.

I like it.

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Trump.

I don't trust lifelong politicians. Envisioning Bernie trying to combat world leaders like Putin or Jong-Un makes me want to vomit (much like him getting punked by two BLM protesters). Sanders appeals to peoples emotions without a dash of reality. We have a balance of powers for a reason and promising the world whilst plucking the "feel-good" strings of Americans is unscrupulous dogma at best.

I expect most nurses to go for the "feel-good" but not me. As probably one of the younger members on this forum I have seen Bernie's rise from millennials and college kids who haven't stepped foot in the real world. Seeing Facebook friends slap ad hominem attacks against Trump left and right while singing Bernie's democratic socialist praises is comical at best.

Trump, regardless of how you feel about his tactics, is a business man. Sanders has been propped up by taxpayer money his entire life. He knows nothing else and being a politician is apart of the "elite" class. His altruistic pandering is shallow and much like Obama he will promise the world until he gets into office and becomes a moderate like everyone else.

The vilifying of trump and Trump supporters is also pretty pathetic. Voting for trump ≠ a bad person like you see with many smear memes and posts. Even on this thread there have been comments automatically judging Trump voters.

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich came in second tonight to Trumps 34% with 16% and 3 delegates in the NH Rep. Primary. He has always been respected and he is now a serious candidate.

Kasich poured a ton (all)of resources into NH, that is the only reason he came second.

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Kasich poured a ton (all)of resources into NH, that is the only reason he came second.

True but Kasich is conservative Republican without a Super PAC.

Curious to know how much each Rep candidate spent in NH.

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Trump.

I don't trust lifelong politicians. Envisioning Bernie trying to combat world leaders like Putin or Jong-Un makes me want to vomit (much like him getting punked by two BLM protesters). Sanders appeals to peoples emotions without a dash of reality. We have a balance of powers for a reason and promising the world whilst plucking the "feel-good" strings of Americans is unscrupulous dogma at best.

I expect most nurses to go for the "feel-good" but not me. As probably one of the younger members on this forum I have seen Bernie's rise from millennials and college kids who haven't stepped foot in the real world. Seeing Facebook friends slap ad hominem attacks against Trump left and right while singing Bernie's democratic socialist praises is comical at best.

Trump, regardless of how you feel about his tactics, is a business man. Sanders has been propped up by taxpayer money his entire life. He knows nothing else and being a politician is apart of the "elite" class. His altruistic pandering is shallow and much like Obama he will promise the world until he gets into office and becomes a moderate like everyone else.

The vilifying of trump and Trump supporters is also pretty pathetic. Voting for trump ≠ a bad person like you see with many smear memes and posts. Even on this thread there have been comments automatically judging Trump voters.

Not to be rude but have you been living under a rock? Donald Trump's companies have gone bankrupt more than once. He's obviously not a frugal or smart business man if he can't even afford to keep his businesses open. You're acting like Donald Trump was a homeless man before he got into politics. For crying out loud his father gave him "a small loan of 1 million dollars" to start off. But you're right voting for trump doesn't make you a bad person. It makes you an ignorant, racist, bigoted, misogynistic, and sick human being. Good day[emoji8]

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I can't believe people support that racist, xenophobic Trump who is for banning Muslims from America and putting those that are already in this country into concentration -like camps.

Please read history folks. Someone already did something like that. His name was Adolf Hitler. Look how that turned out. Oh wait...

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No one needs to vilify Trump. He has already done a good job of that himself.

He is a racist, xenophobic and vile. He is NOT a good business man. He came from wealth but had to file for bankruptcy...twice. He wants to ban certain people of religions and color from entering to USA and wouldn't mind reverting back to World world 2 with his talks of isolating Muslims from the rest of the population.

I just....I can't even....

Trump.

I don't trust lifelong politicians. Envisioning Bernie trying to combat world leaders like Putin or Jong-Un makes me want to vomit (much like him getting punked by two BLM protesters). Sanders appeals to peoples emotions without a dash of reality. We have a balance of powers for a reason and promising the world whilst plucking the "feel-good" strings of Americans is unscrupulous dogma at best.

I expect most nurses to go for the "feel-good" but not me. As probably one of the younger members on this forum I have seen Bernie's rise from millennials and college kids who haven't stepped foot in the real world. Seeing Facebook friends slap ad hominem attacks against Trump left and right while singing Bernie's democratic socialist praises is comical at best.

Trump, regardless of how you feel about his tactics, is a business man. Sanders has been propped up by taxpayer money his entire life. He knows nothing else and being a politician is apart of the "elite" class. His altruistic pandering is shallow and much like Obama he will promise the world until he gets into office and becomes a moderate like everyone else.

The vilifying of trump and Trump supporters is also pretty pathetic. Voting for trump ≠ a bad person like you see with many smear memes and posts. Even on this thread there have been comments automatically judging Trump voters.

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