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Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

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Should the citizens of the World be given a vote in the USA Elections?

Yes and I would vote Trump
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Yes and I would vote Clinton
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Yes
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Oct 29, 2016 5:27 pm

Schnauzer wrote:Casting a vote in THIS election (if not an American citizen). would be of great detriment to the intelligence of the voter, let them silly bastards get on with their 'Circus Acts' whilst WE sit back and enjoy the spectacle of the 'Yanks' once again exhibiting themselves as (collectively) a mindless (but unfortunately dangerous) 'Bunch of Bollocks'. :lol:


Americans are a lovely people. Friendly as all hell. But it is a big country and there are variations from state to state. Some places are ultra conservative whilst others are very progressive.

No one visiting America is left disappointed. It's got a lot to offer. Probably the most interesting country in the world.
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby Paphitis » Sat Oct 29, 2016 5:32 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Any reasonable person would want to take shared responsibility when so much is at stake from so few. I would accept that vote and cherish it.

If the person heading the World Superpower can't even email securely or deems pay-and-play part of the daily routine, surely the rest of us should get a say as to who is least likely to carelessly press that button?

- I'm coming round to thinking Trump loves Life too much and Clinton loves Power too much and if that is the case ...


I wouldn't worry about the email scandal. To prove criminality you need to prove willful security breaches which isn't the case.

Worse case scenario is the State Apparatus will clamp down on her security and ensure she understands the repercussions.

Whilst she could have divulged classified information, I doubt she could have done a lot of damage.

In addition, if its such an issue, they should be prohibited from talking on their mobile phones because that is the most insecure of all and as far as I know, even the President uses a Motorola phone.

Fact of the matter is, there is absolutely nothing that is 100% secure 100% of the time. Not even Government websites and servers. Governments spend a lot of money attacking foreign agencies, cracking their servers and stealing information.

Just a couple of years ago, America was caught listening to Merkel's phone calls, SMS and email and at the same time Australia was caught doing the same thing to the Indonesians and Chinese. Caused major incidents where Ambassadors were recalled.
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?ch

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:29 am

A little bit more about the covert means Russia uses to influence politics elsewhere in the world....http://observer.com/2016/10/putins-support-for-europes-far-right-just-turned-lethal/

I just wonder how much those shits from Golden Shower, I mean Golden Yawn, ooops Golden Dawn and their local thugs maquarading as a political party, ELAM, get.....
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Postby Paphitis » Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:11 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:A little bit more about the covert means Russia uses to influence politics elsewhere in the world....http://observer.com/2016/10/putins-support-for-europes-far-right-just-turned-lethal/

I just wonder how much those shits from Golden Shower, I mean Golden Yawn, ooops Golden Dawn and their local thugs maquarading as a political party, ELAM, get.....


Yes because he is trying to promote instability in Europe and USA!

He supports Trump because the USA will be a laughing stock if they don't muzzle him some how!

The Clinton Campaign has been plagued by numerous DDOS attacks from Russia. Trump has had no such issues. Which means Pootin is interfering in US politics. Hillary will return the Cavour when she is in office. This seems to be what Pootin does not consider.
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby Schnauzer » Sun Oct 30, 2016 5:55 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Schnauzer wrote:Casting a vote in THIS election (if not an American citizen). would be of great detriment to the intelligence of the voter, let them silly bastards get on with their 'Circus Acts' whilst WE sit back and enjoy the spectacle of the 'Yanks' once again exhibiting themselves as (collectively) a mindless (but unfortunately dangerous) 'Bunch of Bollocks'. :lol:


Americans are a lovely people. Friendly as all hell. But it is a big country and there are variations from state to state. Some places are ultra conservative whilst others are very progressive.

No one visiting America is left disappointed. It's got a lot to offer. Probably the most interesting country in the world.


I would have to agree with you on your contention that Americans (generally) are lovely people since in my own experience the same may be said of the people of any nation I have ever visited.

Unfortunately, under the set of circumstances which attend THIS political 'Fiasco', I am of the opinion that collectively, whether 'Republican' or 'Democrat' the seething gaggle of supporters (of either persuasion) are actually proving beyond a shadow of doubt that 'Democracy' does not exist in that maniacal nation.

When TWO lunatics contest the Presidency, the ONLY conclusion possible is that one of them will become 'President' and therefore a 'Lunatic' will be in charge.

It is small wonder that so many other nations view 'Democracy' with such disdain (and resist it's influence) when the so called 'Greatest Nation on the Earth' displays it's integrity by resorting to such disgusting and personal exposures of depravity in order to promote it.

How does the 'Bare Arse of 'Angelina Jolie' enhance the prospects for Hillary ?, so let's get back to the comment that (collectively) the 'Yanks' are a mindless (but unfortunately dangerous) 'Bunch of Bollocks'. :wink:
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:05 pm

Oh dear!

I'm with the FBI here.

I think we should call a halt to these elections .... :P

(Too many mahmoodes in the works. :wink: )
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Oct 31, 2016 10:27 pm

... :idea: indeed, nothing prevents the American public from going to vote, but destroying their ballot.
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby Paphitis » Tue Nov 01, 2016 2:24 am

Schnauzer wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Schnauzer wrote:Casting a vote in THIS election (if not an American citizen). would be of great detriment to the intelligence of the voter, let them silly bastards get on with their 'Circus Acts' whilst WE sit back and enjoy the spectacle of the 'Yanks' once again exhibiting themselves as (collectively) a mindless (but unfortunately dangerous) 'Bunch of Bollocks'. :lol:


Americans are a lovely people. Friendly as all hell. But it is a big country and there are variations from state to state. Some places are ultra conservative whilst others are very progressive.

No one visiting America is left disappointed. It's got a lot to offer. Probably the most interesting country in the world.


I would have to agree with you on your contention that Americans (generally) are lovely people since in my own experience the same may be said of the people of any nation I have ever visited.

Unfortunately, under the set of circumstances which attend THIS political 'Fiasco', I am of the opinion that collectively, whether 'Republican' or 'Democrat' the seething gaggle of supporters (of either persuasion) are actually proving beyond a shadow of doubt that 'Democracy' does not exist in that maniacal nation.

When TWO lunatics contest the Presidency, the ONLY conclusion possible is that one of them will become 'President' and therefore a 'Lunatic' will be in charge.

It is small wonder that so many other nations view 'Democracy' with such disdain (and resist it's influence) when the so called 'Greatest Nation on the Earth' displays it's integrity by resorting to such disgusting and personal exposures of depravity in order to promote it.

How does the 'Bare Arse of 'Angelina Jolie' enhance the prospects for Hillary ?, so let's get back to the comment that (collectively) the 'Yanks' are a mindless (but unfortunately dangerous) 'Bunch of Bollocks'. :wink:


I don't see any fiasco other than the Trump Campaign which is diabolical.

Clinton is actually a pretty reasonable candidate who has demonstrated her capabilities over 3 decades of holding high office. Also quite Presidential.

The other go is about to get fired!

What you see in America is what you see in any country where the 24/7 news cycle rules the roost and is so powerful.

It's a blood sport. It's hard finding candidates with no baggage. Trump has so much baggage Globemaster would be required to carry it all.

I agree with you about all people being nice. But there is something different about Americans even in the major population centers. They are overly friendly. It's an easy place to make a lot of friends. They are just over the top friendly.

Probably a good element of naivety too.
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby Schnauzer » Thu Nov 03, 2016 12:24 am

"Land Sakes!"...., Obama himself has now taken up the cause to promote Hillary in her campaign for the 'Presidency'.

Angelina Jolie's bare arse, Michelle Obama's wig and the support of Alicia Machado ('Miss Piggy') might not have been enough to divert attention from the misconduct of the 'Clinton Clan'.

Wonder if Obama will drop his pants and expose his 'Black arse' to help sway the voters ?, it looks like it will have to be something spectacular to claw back the support lost over the 650,000 e-mail revelations.

Even 'Old Bill Clinton' himself has thrown his hat in the ring, I wonder if 'Monica Lewinsky' is waiting to be called up next, she might give the male 'Republicans' a 'Blow Job' for their vote.

Stranger things have happened. :lol: :lol:
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Re: Should the World have a vote in the USA elections?

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:06 am

Of course, it is up to every American to choose and not us simply because we are affected by who leads this superpower state.

But if only for this reason:

Trump vowed that he would only “engage in use of military forces when it is vital for national security interests of United States”, repeating his calls to avoid interventions abroad and to cooperate with regimes such as that of Vladimir Putin’s in Russia.

“We will stop trying to build foreign democracies, topple regimes and act recklessly to intervene in situations where we have no right to be there, folks,” he said,

Guardian

Surely, Americans will make the decision with more chance of peace?
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