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Thu Sep 21, 2017, 03:34 PM Sep 2017

Should Bernie or Hillary run for president again? [View all]

44 votes, 3 passes | Time left: Unlimited
No. Neither should.
32 (73%)
Only Hillary
5 (11%)
Only Bernie
7 (16%)
Both should run for president again
0 (0%)
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I would prefer neither. Weekend Warrior Sep 2017 #1
Pass rock Sep 2017 #2
No interest in winning as a party? Baconator Sep 2017 #3
Where did you get that idea? rock Sep 2017 #7
Bernie who besmirches the party any chance he gets, whose major arthritisR_US Sep 2017 #19
I agree rock Sep 2017 #20
It is, lets hope Hillary's maturity filters down to arthritisR_US Sep 2017 #21
Only Hillary if she wants to. Bernie can if he joins the party and renounces all former criticism of stevenleser Sep 2017 #4
How'd that whole "Get in line and don't talk about what isn't working" thing work out.... Baconator Sep 2017 #9
bingo CherokeeFiddle Sep 2017 #10
Nope. nt stevenleser Sep 2017 #13
Yup. CherokeeFiddle Sep 2017 #14
How did the whole purity thing work out for Sanders getting the nomination? stevenleser Sep 2017 #12
And there it is... Baconator Sep 2017 #15
Yup, there it is. 4 million voters more said no thanks. Nt stevenleser Sep 2017 #16
... and when we work on a national majority system.... Baconator Sep 2017 #25
Says "GET IN LINE" Act_of_Reparation Sep 2017 #39
"renounces all criticisms of the party"?? Would you? aikoaiko Sep 2017 #17
That would be my advice to someone who lost by 4 million votes playing outsider, yes. stevenleser Sep 2017 #22
You laugh now, but we all cried last November. aikoaiko Sep 2017 #23
No. Too old. TheCowsCameHome Sep 2017 #5
I thought HRC said that she was done. Not sure what the purpose of this poll is? TheBlackAdder Sep 2017 #6
Neither one. It's time for someone else to run... VOX Sep 2017 #8
You do know Hillary has already said she wouldn't run. NastyRiffraff Sep 2017 #11
The Who - Farewell Tour, 1982 aikoaiko Sep 2017 #18
Got it yet? snooper2 Sep 2017 #24
The "good ol' boys" have f'ed this country up royally. democratisphere Sep 2017 #26
Should Bernie or Hillary run for president again? LenaBaby61 Sep 2017 #27
No...age realities matter Awsi Dooger Sep 2017 #28
No , I don't think so. PoorMonger Sep 2017 #29
If Mueller detects treason & a corrupt election, Hillary should be given ecstatic Sep 2017 #30
The "given the presidency by default" clause in the constitution is so often overlooked. hughee99 Sep 2017 #36
Clearly our constitution has no mechanism for dealing with this situation. ecstatic Sep 2017 #37
It does have a mechanism for dealing with this situation, impeachment. hughee99 Sep 2017 #38
how would impeachment cover it when the VP, speaker, etc. are all in on the crime? nt ecstatic Sep 2017 #40
Can't any of them be impeached? Also, we're quite a ways away from showing everyone in the line of hughee99 Sep 2017 #41
"given the presidency by default" Cuthbert Allgood Sep 2017 #42
No! JNelson6563 Sep 2017 #31
And nor should Ralph Nader DFW Sep 2017 #32
I don't think so. Willie Pep Sep 2017 #33
Hillary, Kerry, or Biden would have a good chance. ucrdem Sep 2017 #34
I voted... Mike Nelson Sep 2017 #35
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