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One of the [many] reasons why I don't like Hillary

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There are many reasons why I don’t like Hillary (Sanders is my choice) but foremost I don’t like her GREEDINESS. ….As reported by the AP, Clinton earned $6+ millions over an 18 month period just a year before she decided to run.

Clinton….excuses her almost half million dollars for a 45 minute speech by saying that she has never changed a vote because of the influence that Wall Street bankers exert by paying her such huge sums….Fair enough, BUT what Sanders and other interviewers have failed to ask, is the “tense” of her excuse…sure, Clinton got the money when she could not vote (she wasn’t in any elected or selected office)…..HOWEVER, what about the future?

These Wall Streeters are not dumb…..Of course they paid her while she was NOT in office, but they paid her because they well knew that she stands a very, very strong chance to be in office and, these Wall Streeters DO want something in return.

As Sanders has often stated (and it’s a valid criticism of Obama also) is that not ONE Wall Street bankers has gone to jail for the fraud that was committed on the US economy……Sure, some huge fines were paid but the fines are much less than the taxpayers’ bailout money.

Clinton is my default vote if Sanders can’t maintain his momentum….but I’ll be going to the poll next November with a clothespin on my nose.
 

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There are many reasons why I don’t like Hillary (Sanders is my choice) but foremost I don’t like her GREEDINESS. ….As reported by the AP, Clinton earned $6+ millions over an 18 month period just a year before she decided to run.

Clinton….excuses her almost half million dollars for a 45 minute speech by saying that she has never changed a vote because of the influence that Wall Street bankers exert by paying her such huge sums….Fair enough, BUT what Sanders and other interviewers have failed to ask, is the “tense” of her excuse…sure, Clinton got the money when she could not vote (she wasn’t in any elected or selected office)…..HOWEVER, what about the future?

These Wall Streeters are not dumb…..Of course they paid her while she was NOT in office, but they paid her because they well knew that she stands a very, very strong chance to be in office and, these Wall Streeters DO want something in return.

As Sanders has often stated (and it’s a valid criticism of Obama also) is that not ONE Wall Street bankers has gone to jail for the fraud that was committed on the US economy……Sure, some huge fines were paid but the fines are much less than the taxpayers’ bailout money.

Clinton is my default vote if Sanders can’t maintain his momentum….but I’ll be going to the poll next November with a clothespin on my nose.
There is not difference between any of the career politicians, behind the scenes they all are controlled by the same puppet masters...
 

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How is earning money "greedy"?

I agree that money buys influence. But is trump "greedy" cause he makes x millions from casinos ?
 
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I agree that money buys influence. But is trump "greedy" cause he makes x millions from casinos ?

You're missing the entire point......Clinton is being paid huge amounts by Wall Street NOT because no one else could deliver the same "message"....but because Wall Street bankers want LESS regulations on their gambling...or are getting ready to have their hand out for additional taxpayers' bailouts (or both.)
 

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How is earning money "greedy"?

I agree that money buys influence. But is trump "greedy" cause he makes x millions from casinos ?
hardly the same. That isn't buying influence
 

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I agree that money buys influence. But is trump "greedy" cause he makes x millions from casinos ?

You're missing the entire point......Clinton is being paid huge amounts by Wall Street NOT because no one else could deliver the same "message"....but because Wall Street bankers want LESS regulations on their gambling...or are getting ready to have their hand out for additional taxpayers' bailouts (or both.)
You're delusional if you think Bernie is any different...
Lol
 

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I agree that money buys influence. But is trump "greedy" cause he makes x millions from casinos ?

You're missing the entire point......Clinton is being paid huge amounts by Wall Street NOT because no one else could deliver the same "message"....but because Wall Street bankers want LESS regulations on their gambling...or are getting ready to have their hand out for additional taxpayers' bailouts (or both.)

I got that. But Wall Street pays off all sides . Find me one leading candidate they DONT donate too. All big biz play both sides .
 

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I don't like her because she uses her gender to hide behind the issues and is spiteful...But, I'll vote for her if it comes to Her or Ted cruz.
My guess is Rubio vs hildabeast... Both career politicians.

Trying the same thing over and over again...
 

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I don't like Hillary because she is a flip flopper opportunist, and I don't believe her when she says she is not beholden to big money interests. She is not all bad, just full of shit more than my liking.
 

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hardly the same. That isn't buying influence

Exactly. We also know that many countries and shady people donated to the Clinton Foundation while the Hillbitch was Sec of State. She is for sale, and sadly that meant the country's morals were for sale when she had power.

Remember the money she made on cattle futures? That was shady, too.

She's never held a real job. She's another career politician who has no idea how the real world works and only knows about making secret deals in Washington and sucking the tax payers dry.
 

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There are many reasons why I don’t like Hillary (Sanders is my choice) but foremost I don’t like her GREEDINESS. ….As reported by the AP, Clinton earned $6+ millions over an 18 month period just a year before she decided to run.

Clinton….excuses her almost half million dollars for a 45 minute speech by saying that she has never changed a vote because of the influence that Wall Street bankers exert by paying her such huge sums….Fair enough, BUT what Sanders and other interviewers have failed to ask, is the “tense” of her excuse…sure, Clinton got the money when she could not vote (she wasn’t in any elected or selected office)…..HOWEVER, what about the future?

These Wall Streeters are not dumb…..Of course they paid her while she was NOT in office, but they paid her because they well knew that she stands a very, very strong chance to be in office and, these Wall Streeters DO want something in return.

As Sanders has often stated (and it’s a valid criticism of Obama also) is that not ONE Wall Street bankers has gone to jail for the fraud that was committed on the US economy……Sure, some huge fines were paid but the fines are much less than the taxpayers’ bailout money.

Clinton is my default vote if Sanders can’t maintain his momentum….but I’ll be going to the poll next November with a clothespin on my nose.
You hate Republicans so much you'll vote for a corrupt candidate that you know is lying to you.

Mkay.
 

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There are many reasons why I don’t like Hillary (Sanders is my choice) but foremost I don’t like her GREEDINESS. ….As reported by the AP, Clinton earned $6+ millions over an 18 month period just a year before she decided to run.

Clinton….excuses her almost half million dollars for a 45 minute speech by saying that she has never changed a vote because of the influence that Wall Street bankers exert by paying her such huge sums….Fair enough, BUT what Sanders and other interviewers have failed to ask, is the “tense” of her excuse…sure, Clinton got the money when she could not vote (she wasn’t in any elected or selected office)…..HOWEVER, what about the future?

These Wall Streeters are not dumb…..Of course they paid her while she was NOT in office, but they paid her because they well knew that she stands a very, very strong chance to be in office and, these Wall Streeters DO want something in return.

As Sanders has often stated (and it’s a valid criticism of Obama also) is that not ONE Wall Street bankers has gone to jail for the fraud that was committed on the US economy……Sure, some huge fines were paid but the fines are much less than the taxpayers’ bailout money.

Clinton is my default vote if Sanders can’t maintain his momentum….but I’ll be going to the poll next November with a clothespin on my nose.
You hate Republicans so much you'll vote for a corrupt candidate that you know is lying to you.

Mkay.

How is she any different than the GOP field ?
 

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There are many reasons why I don’t like Hillary (Sanders is my choice) but foremost I don’t like her GREEDINESS. ….As reported by the AP, Clinton earned $6+ millions over an 18 month period just a year before she decided to run.

Clinton….excuses her almost half million dollars for a 45 minute speech by saying that she has never changed a vote because of the influence that Wall Street bankers exert by paying her such huge sums….Fair enough, BUT what Sanders and other interviewers have failed to ask, is the “tense” of her excuse…sure, Clinton got the money when she could not vote (she wasn’t in any elected or selected office)…..HOWEVER, what about the future?

These Wall Streeters are not dumb…..Of course they paid her while she was NOT in office, but they paid her because they well knew that she stands a very, very strong chance to be in office and, these Wall Streeters DO want something in return.

As Sanders has often stated (and it’s a valid criticism of Obama also) is that not ONE Wall Street bankers has gone to jail for the fraud that was committed on the US economy……Sure, some huge fines were paid but the fines are much less than the taxpayers’ bailout money.

Clinton is my default vote if Sanders can’t maintain his momentum….but I’ll be going to the poll next November with a clothespin on my nose.
You hate Republicans so much you'll vote for a corrupt candidate that you know is lying to you.

Mkay.

How is she any different than the GOP field ?
Well, she's been caught red-handed for one.

You simply assume they're all the same.

Total nonsense.
 
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I don't like her because she uses her gender to hide behind the issues and is spiteful...But, I'll vote for her if it comes to Her or Ted cruz.

As I would (note the last sentence of my O/P)
 

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There are many reasons why I don’t like Hillary (Sanders is my choice) but foremost I don’t like her GREEDINESS. ….As reported by the AP, Clinton earned $6+ millions over an 18 month period just a year before she decided to run.

Clinton….excuses her almost half million dollars for a 45 minute speech by saying that she has never changed a vote because of the influence that Wall Street bankers exert by paying her such huge sums….Fair enough, BUT what Sanders and other interviewers have failed to ask, is the “tense” of her excuse…sure, Clinton got the money when she could not vote (she wasn’t in any elected or selected office)…..HOWEVER, what about the future?

These Wall Streeters are not dumb…..Of course they paid her while she was NOT in office, but they paid her because they well knew that she stands a very, very strong chance to be in office and, these Wall Streeters DO want something in return.

As Sanders has often stated (and it’s a valid criticism of Obama also) is that not ONE Wall Street bankers has gone to jail for the fraud that was committed on the US economy……Sure, some huge fines were paid but the fines are much less than the taxpayers’ bailout money.

Clinton is my default vote if Sanders can’t maintain his momentum….but I’ll be going to the poll next November with a clothespin on my nose.
Forget the pin on your nose...pull your head out of your ass and vote Trump. He knows how the game us played...and he owes no one anything.
 
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You're delusional if you think Bernie is any different...
Lol


Where's Sanders PAC?...Which Wall Street bank has given him money? How many of those bribed other congress people are backing him?

Look, I like Sanders because he well knows that he'll be a ONE-term president and he is in this to simply shake the whole corrupt system up as his last contribution to the political circus.
 
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I got that. But Wall Street pays off all sides . Find me one leading candidate they DONT donate too. All big biz play both sides .

.....Well, that is why I'm with Sanders.....NO PAC from Wall Street.
Of course, neither does Trump have one but the difference is that Trump is a new convert while Sanders has been anti-big money for the last 60 years.
 
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Forget the pin on your nose...pull your head out of your ass and vote Trump. He knows how the game us played...and he owes no one anything.

Well, Trump is like saying that you must hire a hacker to ward off hacking....or a thief to tell you how to better protect your house.
 

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I got that. But Wall Street pays off all sides . Find me one leading candidate they DONT donate too. All big biz play both sides .

.....Well, that is why I'm with Sanders.....NO PAC from Wall Street.
Of course, neither does Trump have one but the difference is that Trump is a new convert while Sanders has been anti-big money for the last 60 years.

I like Bernie . I think he's the most sincere candidate out there .
 

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