Saturday, January 30, 2016

Some Questions for Republican Primary Voters

Well, primary season is here. Republican voters will have to decide whom to nominate for President. I came up with a couple questions to consider:

"If you knew that a candidate once described Nancy Pelosi as “very impressive” would you be more or less likely to vote for him?"

"If you knew that a candidate received a telephone call from Bill Clinton urging him to run, would you be more or less likely to vote for him?"

"If you knew that a candidate publicly declared that he looks forward to working with Harry Reid, and that Reid returned the compliment telling reporters he was “rooting for the guy.” Would you be more or less likely to vote for him?"

"If you knew that the candidate at one time opposed banning partial birth abortions, a procedure where as the baby is being delivered he is stabbed in the back of the head, describing himself as “very pro-choice." Are you more or less likely to vote for him?

And for Virginia Republicans:

"If you knew that a candidate gave 25K to the Terry McAuliffe gubernatorial campaign would you be more or less likely to vote for him?"

"Finally, are you more or less likely to vote for Donald Trump?"

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