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Sun Mar 13, 2016, 07:52 AM Mar 2016

For Sanders Supporters [View all]

Would you vote for Hillary Clinton in the general election to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president?

69 votes, 18 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Yes, absolutely
50 (72%)
Never in a million years
19 (28%)
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For Sanders Supporters [View all] skepticscott Mar 2016 OP
Loyalty oath time again already? Matt_in_STL Mar 2016 #1
Just the opposite skepticscott Mar 2016 #3
I thought Opposite Day.... daleanime Mar 2016 #13
this is th sunday one. nt restorefreedom Mar 2016 #50
"Nuts!" canoeist52 Mar 2016 #2
Patton? No! That was Anthony McAuliffe at Bastogne. longship Mar 2016 #93
Passed Bradical79 Mar 2016 #4
I don't think one is related to the other Renew Deal Mar 2016 #5
Been a Democrat all my life Cartoonist Mar 2016 #11
Or Bernie who became a Democrat only very recently oberliner Mar 2016 #16
It means nothing to me - LiberalElite Mar 2016 #17
The other poster wrote "Been a Democrat all my life, unlike Hillary" oberliner Mar 2016 #20
He's a lot closer to an FDR democrat and that is good enough for me LiberalElite Mar 2016 #21
You haven't supported any Democrats since FDR? oberliner Mar 2016 #86
Unlike Hillary who voted for the Iraq War, he votes like a Democrat! B Calm Mar 2016 #23
Amen..... daleanime Mar 2016 #26
Most Senate Democrats voted for the IWR oberliner Mar 2016 #84
And? Ned_Devine Mar 2016 #126
So voting for IWR = voting like a Democrat? oberliner Mar 2016 #132
Way off. Those "democrats" were voting like conservatives, but you know this Ned_Devine Mar 2016 #136
Conservative and Moderate Democrats are still Democrats oberliner Mar 2016 #166
But his belief system is more liberal than most (D)emocrats, so does that really matter? Ned_Devine Mar 2016 #167
Not only that... unflapped Mar 2016 #6
Yes, but ... left-of-center2012 Mar 2016 #7
Will I vote in a Loyalty Oath poll? djean111 Mar 2016 #8
This is about loyalty to principles skepticscott Mar 2016 #9
I don't have an emotional investment in any candidate, I have an emotional investment in the issues. djean111 Mar 2016 #14
As noted, the question was not about skepticscott Mar 2016 #18
I do agree with that part. It certainly is about loyalty to principles. Iggo Mar 2016 #46
I don't think it's even about loyalty; it's about what a danger Trump would be muriel_volestrangler Mar 2016 #81
It's about tagging people Le Taz Hot Mar 2016 #146
As noted, DU is full of skepticscott Mar 2016 #148
Yeah, because DU has absolutely NO history Le Taz Hot Mar 2016 #150
As noted, if you have a problem with that skepticscott Mar 2016 #154
I know this may come as a shock, Le Taz Hot Mar 2016 #156
There's a difference between not being blindly loyal skepticscott Mar 2016 #159
I used one word Le Taz Hot Mar 2016 #163
One word is all it takes skepticscott Mar 2016 #164
If Trump manages to squeak through the establishment gauntlet Kokonoe Mar 2016 #10
Only if I have to bigwillq Mar 2016 #12
And if enough people skepticscott Mar 2016 #19
I only get one vote. bigwillq Mar 2016 #87
Many enjoy enough privilege to do well in a Trump presidency hack89 Mar 2016 #15
There seem to be quite a few people who think that way skepticscott Mar 2016 #22
If I lived in a state where my vote might matter. Shoulders of Giants Mar 2016 #24
Everyone's vote matters skepticscott Mar 2016 #29
Your speaking about an alternate reality. Shoulders of Giants Mar 2016 #135
And at what margin of votes skepticscott Mar 2016 #137
I'll be sure and let you know. closeupready Mar 2016 #25
Sounds like surrender from the Hillary camp. JonathanRackham Mar 2016 #27
Who's from the "Hillary camp"? skepticscott Mar 2016 #30
+1 kristopher Mar 2016 #85
I will never vote for a fascist. Kalidurga Mar 2016 #28
Conscience sounds great on a computer screen skepticscott Mar 2016 #31
I am not sure what you are getting at. Kalidurga Mar 2016 #32
I think you know exactly what I'm getting at skepticscott Mar 2016 #35
Explain the difference between someone who will kill people by oligarchial Hunger Games... Kalidurga Mar 2016 #41
Are you asking me to explain the difference skepticscott Mar 2016 #55
Nope Kalidurga Mar 2016 #59
Nice dodge, but everyone reading this knows what names YOU meant skepticscott Mar 2016 #63
I am not the one that can't answer a simple question. Kalidurga Mar 2016 #66
If those are the only two choices skepticscott Mar 2016 #70
Finally you admit that we have an unpalatable candidate running for the Democratic nomination. Kalidurga Mar 2016 #76
Did you actually think that was something skepticscott Mar 2016 #78
Still no answer to any of my simple questions. Kalidurga Mar 2016 #90
Read post 70 again skepticscott Mar 2016 #114
So you're saying revbones Mar 2016 #33
No, I'm saying that skepticscott Mar 2016 #34
Seems to say that you're asking people to revbones Mar 2016 #36
How would allowing a Donald Trump presidency skepticscott Mar 2016 #37
You're equating not voting for Hillary revbones Mar 2016 #40
Withholding a vote for the Democratic candidate skepticscott Mar 2016 #43
It's not a Sophie's Choice revbones Mar 2016 #45
Do you agree with my statement or not? skepticscott Mar 2016 #49
Wow. So you don't get the answer you want so I'm dishonest now. Sheesh revbones Mar 2016 #54
Nice try, but I don't WANT any particular answer, just an honest one skepticscott Mar 2016 #60
And I gave you one. Multiple actually. revbones Mar 2016 #65
No, that's a dodge of the question skepticscott Mar 2016 #68
Just because you don't get the answer you want doesn't make it a dodge. revbones Mar 2016 #69
Yet another dodge skepticscott Mar 2016 #72
Wow. Did you even read my comment? revbones Mar 2016 #73
Most of this country doesn't vote anyway so your point is moot. Blue State Bandit Mar 2016 #61
Not at all skepticscott Mar 2016 #62
Real life?? Here are a couple of hints about what is Real Life. kristopher Mar 2016 #89
Hearh-hear! nt revbones Mar 2016 #104
You're assuming I support her over Sanders skepticscott Mar 2016 #118
Trump doesn't gain votes if someone votes for someone else. 0 - 0 = 0 Tierra_y_Libertad Mar 2016 #109
I hope you vote against one! WhiteTara Mar 2016 #133
Hopefully I won't have to vote against two. Kalidurga Mar 2016 #134
I've seen this before. Loudestlib Mar 2016 #38
No one here is skepticscott Mar 2016 #39
Pass. Iggo Mar 2016 #42
There should be something in between lumberjack_jeff Mar 2016 #44
In our system, unfortunately, there isn't skepticscott Mar 2016 #47
There is, and it's only one word; "maybe" lumberjack_jeff Mar 2016 #48
As I've noted elsewhere in this thread skepticscott Mar 2016 #51
Just so you know... Buzz Clik Mar 2016 #52
Well, do feel free skepticscott Mar 2016 #64
Many threads have been initiated declaring, "I will never vote for Hillary." Buzz Clik Mar 2016 #71
Well, stay tuned skepticscott Mar 2016 #74
Will they be reinstated in the likely even she loses the GE? Reter Mar 2016 #83
I couldn't say skepticscott Mar 2016 #97
I'm going to go with "secret ballot." dchill Mar 2016 #53
It won't be necessary.. in fact a better poll mountain grammy Mar 2016 #56
voting means I do not have to tell you! oldandhappy Mar 2016 #57
I could not, sorry AgerolanAmerican Mar 2016 #58
This loyalty oath thing needs to stop. Too many now almost daily. bkkyosemite Mar 2016 #67
I refuse to be blackmailed under any circumstances. nt Zorra Mar 2016 #75
So sad, skepticscott Android3.14 Mar 2016 #77
Good thing this isn't one skepticscott Mar 2016 #94
It sure looks like one Android3.14 Mar 2016 #131
Well, I intend on voting for Sanders Tuesday skepticscott Mar 2016 #138
I think it's a damn shame if any DUer doesn't vote for the Democratic nominee. cwydro Mar 2016 #79
Changes are a-comng. Iggo Mar 2016 #80
I think it's a damn shame if any human doesn't vote against Trump (nt) muriel_volestrangler Mar 2016 #82
Yes indeed. cwydro Mar 2016 #125
Any vote that isn't for Trump is a vote against him. I can't imagine a Svafa Mar 2016 #152
Sorry, but no skepticscott Mar 2016 #155
This message was self-deleted by its author Svafa Mar 2016 #158
1. Doesn't this belong in GD:P? LWolf Mar 2016 #88
No skepticscott Mar 2016 #96
I think Republicans will vote for her to prevent Donald Trump too lunatica Mar 2016 #91
IBTL. nt longship Mar 2016 #92
Should've been locked a long time ago. Iggo Mar 2016 #95
On what grounds? skepticscott Mar 2016 #98
At this point these questions are essentially spam. Scootaloo Mar 2016 #102
Well, if that's actually the case skepticscott Mar 2016 #121
GD:P, which will become GD: Election after the convention Scootaloo Mar 2016 #122
This is not about the primaries skepticscott Mar 2016 #123
The problem with your wording is that it is weaponized. Why not ask the nominee question about Bluenorthwest Mar 2016 #99
IT'S A TRAP!!!11 AtomicKitten Mar 2016 #100
If you were a woodchuck, how much wood would you chuck, if you could chuck wood? Scootaloo Mar 2016 #101
How many loyaty oaths are we going to see in one week? arcane1 Mar 2016 #103
They're fishing. Iggo Mar 2016 #111
Who's "they"? skepticscott Mar 2016 #120
The question should be why you consider yourself the arbiter of what would revbones Mar 2016 #105
What makes you think I'm not going to? skepticscott Mar 2016 #112
If you're going to vote for Sanders then revbones Mar 2016 #113
Does it bother you skepticscott Mar 2016 #116
I don't care to understand you. revbones Mar 2016 #117
If you can point to anywhere skepticscott Mar 2016 #119
You seem to be judging others more critically than yourself revbones Mar 2016 #124
You're wrong skepticscott Mar 2016 #127
Unfortunately for you, I do not. revbones Mar 2016 #128
You've read my position multiple times in this thread skepticscott Mar 2016 #129
I would suggest you google "intellectual dishonesty" revbones Mar 2016 #130
More dodging skepticscott Mar 2016 #139
And you seem to be a master at revbones Mar 2016 #140
Another post full of skepticscott Mar 2016 #141
Are you looking in a mirror while you answer these? revbones Mar 2016 #142
This presumes that doing so would have any effect Spider Jerusalem Mar 2016 #106
this again? shanti Mar 2016 #107
Any loyalty oath thread??? (eom) mak3cats Mar 2016 #108
I'll hold my nose and vote for her... backscatter712 Mar 2016 #110
I will vote for her if she is the Democratic Nominee for President. Warren DeMontague Mar 2016 #115
The most notable thing about these threads skepticscott Mar 2016 #143
I clicked pass I don't think we have our backs to the wall yet. Todays_Illusion Mar 2016 #144
Sneaky way to get people banned here? Nice. Passed on poll. nt ladyVet Mar 2016 #145
Why would I want to get Sanders supporters banned? skepticscott Mar 2016 #147
Pass PowerToThePeople Mar 2016 #149
Good thing this isn't a loyalty oath. skepticscott Mar 2016 #160
The critical question is... gcomeau Mar 2016 #151
There is a difference between bad and worse, and it is far sharper than that between good and better KamaAina Mar 2016 #153
+1 skepticscott Mar 2016 #161
That's pretty good Shankapotomus Mar 2016 #157
Well, I suspect the most vocal skepticscott Mar 2016 #162
Choice between staus quo and fascism? bhikkhu Mar 2016 #165
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