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    The Future President Winner Will Be...

    For me the candidate who will win will understand that their personal belief is not a belief others hold, nor is what they believe necessarily legal so the winner will reflect the melting pot population we are and he or she will:

    1. Will openly uphold the legal right of women of free choice and it is supported nationally by separating it from their own personal choice. Related to this they should also have a basic legal understanding that even if Roe v Wade were flawed in one line many different court case wins that remove ambiguity would be even harder to overcome than Roe v Wade.

    2. Understand that the death penalty is terrible but not a winning stand because it is supported nationally.

    3. Get that most prefer a fix for Social Security, not dismantle.

    4. Will not threaten Obamacare removal but will have ideas for building on it, improving it, and fixing any issues until Universal becomes mainstreams demand.

    5. Will understand that just saying I am not racist is not good enough. Treating all minorities with the respect they deserve means much more. Language is important as insults are heard and felt, excuses are dismissed.

    6. The winner will be against illegal immigration but pro pathways for those who qualify, and pro American immigrants. Their language will reflect that they understand the difference and will reflect that by never having the need to pretend the issues we have in our messed up economic times throughout history are all the fault of American minorities.

    7. Isn't afraid of 3rd rail issues but is not an over zealous candidate calling to undermine our countries growth.

    8. Will consider gay marriage a done deal.

    Any others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    For me the candidate who will win will understand that their personal belief is not a belief others hold, nor is what they believe necessarily legal so the winner will reflect the melting pot population we are and he or she will:

    1. Will openly uphold the legal right of women of free choice and it is supported nationally by separating it from their own personal choice. Related to this they should also have a basic legal understanding that even if Roe v Wade were flawed in one line many different court case wins that remove ambiguity would be even harder to overcome than Roe v Wade.

    2. Understand that the death penalty is terrible but not a winning stand because it is supported nationally.

    3. Get that most prefer a fix for Social Security, not dismantle.

    4. Will not threaten Obamacare removal but will have ideas for building on it, improving it, and fixing any issues until Universal becomes mainstreams demand.

    5. Will understand that just saying I am not racist is not good enough. Treating all minorities with the respect they deserve means much more. Language is important as insults are heard and felt, excuses are dismissed.

    6. The winner will be against illegal immigration but pro pathways for those who qualify, and pro American immigrants. Their language will reflect that by never having the need to pretend the issues we have in our messed up economic times are all the fault of American minorities.

    7. Isn't afraid of 3rd rail issues but is not an over zealous candidate calling to undermine our countries growth.

    Any others?
    Sounds like Just like Richard Nixon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    For me the candidate who will win will understand that their personal belief is not a belief others hold, nor is what they believe necessarily legal so the winner will reflect the melting pot population we are and he or she will:

    1. Will openly uphold the legal right of women of free choice and it is supported nationally by separating it from their own personal choice. Related to this they should also have a basic legal understanding that even if Roe v Wade were flawed in one line many different court case wins that remove ambiguity would be even harder to overcome than Roe v Wade.

    2. Understand that the death penalty is terrible but not a winning stand because it is supported nationally.

    3. Get that most prefer a fix for Social Security, not dismantle.

    4. Will not threaten Obamacare removal but will have ideas for building on it, improving it, and fixing any issues until Universal becomes mainstreams demand.

    5. Will understand that just saying I am not racist is not good enough. Treating all minorities with the respect they deserve means much more. Language is important as insults are heard and felt, excuses are dismissed.

    6. The winner will be against illegal immigration but pro pathways for those who qualify, and pro American immigrants. Their language will reflect that by never having the need to pretend the issues we have in our messed up economic times are all the fault of American minorities.

    7. Isn't afraid of 3rd rail issues but is not an over zealous candidate calling to undermine our countries growth.

    8. Will consider gay marriage a done deal.

    Any others?
    In other words, a reasonable centrist. Are there any even left in this hyper-partisan era?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingbeast View Post
    In other words, a reasonable centrist. Are there any even left in this hyper-partisan era?
    Usually when the primaries are over the two candidates are likely to be ambiguously centrist but race to the core center as soon as the final candidates face off. Centrist (right or left leaning) is usually the last 2 candidates standing. I don't see that changing this round. But who knows????

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Sounds like Just like Richard Nixon.
    Yes Nixon was a centrist as was Kennedy, Clinton, Both Bush 1 & 2, Obama. Other names in recent history escape me.

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    The one in teal pumps please take the oath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    The one in teal pumps please take the oath.
    She can win as can Bush imo. This isn't going to be a runaway blowout election imo if the moderates face off as per usual. Just my view but usually the two who do face off run a different race based on understanding they have to be a President for ALL Americans and not just their party. If either forgets that, they lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingbeast View Post
    In other words, a reasonable centrist. Are there any even left in this hyper-partisan era?
    Richard Nixon the reasonable Centrist .. hello

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    The one in teal pumps please take the oath.
    Sanders wears pumps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Richard Nixon the reasonable Centrist .. hello
    What any President does in office after elected is what determines their legacy. That has nothing to do with who people vote for. Think Nixon ran on break in expertise? LOL

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