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No, her role in the Benghazi scandal showed a lack of leadership and makes her unqualified for President
Yes, her experience as First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State make her the best candidate for President
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Hillary Clinton is a former Senator from New York, U.S. Secretary of State, first lady and Presidential candidate. In 1994 as first lady of the United States she led the Clinton Health Care Initiative which eventually failed in Congress due to a lack of Republican support. During her Senate tenure she supported the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, Iraq, and led an initiative to ban sex and violence from video games. As Secretary of State she advocated for open internet access for all countries and led the U.S. foreign policy initiatives in the wake of the Arab Spring. In September 2012 the U.S. Diplomat to Libya and three other Americans were killed when the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi was attacked by militants. Although Clinton accepted responsibility she maintains that she had no direct role in overseeing the Embassy's security. See recent Hillary Clinton news
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Not until hell freezes over. 10mons ago from a Republican in Cushing, OK.
Only if she were running against Barry Obama. 10mons ago from a Republican in Spring, TX.
Depends on her answers to important questions. 10mons ago from a Republican in Grand Junction, CO.
Yes, but I'd rather have Elizabeth Warren. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Dayton, OH.
No. Not because she's a Democrat. Not because of any role she played in whatever other political parties are incensed about. I simply think that a) we have had enough of the "Clinton" regime in this country and b) she will not win. Also, no party truly represents what I believe. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Burbank, CA.
No, I prefer to vote for candidates not immediately related to previous U.S. Presidents. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Portland, OR.
No I will not vote for a woman, or a democrat. 5mons ago from a Republican in Schwenksville, PA.
She would not be my first choice for Democratic candidate. I would prefer another Democrat. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Wallingford, CT.
Not sure at the moment, but I know I would not vote Republican. 5mons ago from a Green in Hollywood, FL.
No. She lost my support when she voted for the iraq war. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Hagerstown, MD.
Yes, but I prefer Biden, Warren or Deval Patrick. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Potwin, KS.
I refuse to vote for either of the two major parties because elections are biased towards them and The United States has essentially been transformed into a two party system that is barely any better than the one party systems of dictatorships and totalitarian states throughout history. 5mons ago from a Libertarian in Crystal Lake, IL.
No. I do not vote for authoritarians. 5mons ago from a Libertarian in Tucson, AZ.
Yes, if I don't find the other candidate to be a detriment to the future of the U.S. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Normal, IL.
No, not after she said, "We cannot let a minority of people... hold a viewpoint that terrorizes the majority of people" while talking about American gun owners. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Wenatchee, WA.
No, never. If people cannot name a significant thing that she did as Sec. of State, then they shouldn't vote for her. 5mons ago from a Republican in Sugar Land, TX.
Yes, but I would rather vote for Elisabeth Warren!. 5mons ago from a Green in Potwin, KS.
Only if the choice is between her and a Republican. 5mons ago from a Green in Lindstrom, MN.
Isn't Obama bad enough - her administration would be four more bad years. 5mons ago from a Republican in Pittsburgh, PA.
Yes, if the Republicans run a more polarizing candidate. 5mons ago from a Democrat in Lubbock, TX.
Depends on whether or not the republicans actually have a viable candidate. 5mons ago from a Republican in Missoula, MT.