One last point — It matters not whether one “likes” a candidate. Most didn’t like LBJ any more than JFK did, but he was highly qualified to be president, and enacted more progressive legislation than anyone since Roosevelt. Don’t like Hillary if you must, but please recognize that she is highly qualified and our best hope to move us toward our goals — at least 80% of them. We can keep working on the others, and in time they will come to fruition.
- Self-EmployedMusician, 2000 - present
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