Plenty of people are voting for Hillary. I am, my mom is, my sister is, my dad is.
Though, not gonna lie, her competitor definitely cemented that. I might've questioned the choice if she were against Jeb
Everyone in my family voted for Trump
Who's Evan McMullin
Trumps back in the lead tho
Some shitty guy, pretty sure he was the worst out of the 3 lesser candidates but surprisingly still better political views than both Hillary and Trump.
He's not even in enough states to win the presidency.
Though if he takes Utah that will be amusing.
welcome to new generation murrica moterfuckers!
Clinton still leads the polls but the gap between Trump and her is only getting smaller. About a 4 vote difference currently between the two with about 16 votes wasted on the 3 other candidates.
Jill Stein will get more votes in this thread than in the general election.
Evan McMuffin will get more votes in this thread than he's ever gotten in his entire life. Unless he wins Utah, which could be interesting
I hope to be on the ballot next year.
But there isn't an election until 2020
Well, 2020 is probably the (theoretical) slated release of Hummingbird V3 (beta) anyway soooo...
I thought it was 2024
Almost everyone in Indonesia hate Donald Trump
And they love Hillary Clinton?
She is the aggressive/totalitarian of the two. If Indonesia prefers the US to stay out of their affairs and don't like to see US aircraft carriers floating around in the seas, they should hope for Trump to win... or @Josh in 2017...
Actually they hate both of them as do I.
Their reason is simple, Trump is anti-Islam. And Indonesia consist of 80% Islam. (I'm Rome Catholic).
Fights between Trump and Clinton is like Alien VS Predator.I don't see any benefit by one of them become US president.
They are both anti-islam btw. The whole country is.
The US is a democracy based on freedom of speech and is thus inherently in opposition to any dogmatic religion. Even christianity in many ways. We have people over here too that would love to see a more God-fearing government in power. Luckily their views aren't shared by many...
Really? Maybe it's because I live in a red state, but I find that number of people that want legislators to make laws according to their religious beliefs to be...frighteningly high. Of course most of them aren't as extreme as the views reflected on those posters, but there's a not-insignificant number of people that would love for the United States to be a Christian nation.
U.S. is a christian nation...
By number yes, however on paper we do not have an official religious affiliation.