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Would You Vote for an Elderly Candidate that Suffered Brain Damage?

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout: Debate & Discussion' started by El_Conquistador, Feb 22, 2016.

  1. El_Conquistador

    El_Conquistador King of the D&D, The Legend, #1 Ranking
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    Please bookmark this thread and we will revisit it when this issue explodes in October.

    [Educational Post]
    In December 2012, FBI Suspect Hillary Clinton fainted at State Department HQ in Foggy Bottom and suffered a concussion. Neurologists maintain that the fainting spell was caused by a blood clot. We can’t be sure where the blood clot originated but many leading experts believe it originated in the pelvic region, near the bikini line. It took six months of very serious rehabilitation for the patient to recover. Given that FBI Suspect Hillary Clinton is an elderly woman, and would represent the oldest President to ever begin its first term, health concerns are a legitimate concern. She had double vision after the concussion, experienced dizziness, and she will be on blood thinning drugs for the rest of her life.

    She has not released her full medical records, instead releasing a memo from her doctor that stated that she has hypothyroidism and deep vein thrombosis. This lack of disclosure is very troubling, given her advanced age. Post-concussion syndrome can severely affect cognitive ability. It can also lead to a person becoming very pale and sweaty, particularly in areas where the skin touches such as the underarms and the inner thighs. We the people need to know the full extent of this elderly woman’s health problems and whether millions of Americans are making a huge mistake by electing an unhealthy woman to the Presidency. This also raises the stakes considerably for her VP choice, as this person will be a blood clot away from commanding our military, should FBI Suspect Hillary Clinton win the election.

    We need to have a FRANK discussion about FBI Suspect Hillary Clinton’s health before it becomes too late to change course and the enemies of the United States exploit this weakness. This issue has the potential to severely disrupt the 2016 race.
     
  2. Bobbythegreat

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    Over Trump? Yes.
     
  3. CCorn

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    Have they proved that sniffing all that cocaine off hookers gave trump brain damage?
     
  4. rockbox

    rockbox Around before clutchcity.com

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    I would have voted for Reagan if I were old enough at the time.
     
  5. bigtexxx

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    on the heels of Scalia's unexpected death, it's indeed important that we fully understand Hillary's health.
     
  6. peleincubus

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    Your concern is surprising, but noted sir.
     
  7. JuanValdez

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    I was a little concerned when McCain chose Palin as a running mate, but in general I don't understand being concerned about candidates' health. I believe people should consider whatever they think is important -- no matter how poor the taste -- but age and health doesn't concern me. If she dies, the VP steps in and business goes on. If the VP is as incompetent as Palin would have been, that's unfortunate but also our government structure is robust enough to cover for incompetent presidents. Presidents have cabinets and advisors and agencies, plus Congress and the Supreme Court all to make sure things stay afloat. Even Trump wouldn't crater the government. So, I'm not concerned about untimely deaths.
     
  8. dback816

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    Robust enough to cost government shutdowns over petty squabbles too.
     
  9. Exiled

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    if you vote for her to be on your favorite team roster then: NO,

    otherwise blood thinner wont impair her mental capability .
     
  10. bigtexxx

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    You don't understand why a presidential candidate's health matters? Come on, dude. It's obvious.
     
  11. El_Conquistador

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    [Educational Post]
    This brain damage will ultimately cause FBI Suspect Hillary Clinton to not choose Julian Castro as her VP choice due to his incredible lack of experience and the fact that he doesn't speak a lick of Spanish. Cory Booker will also be questioned because of his lack of experience, although he may be needed to rally the black vote. She may be forced to pick someone who is competent to guard against the risk of another blood clot rising up from her pelvis to damage her brain.
     
  12. JuanValdez

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    I agree she should pick a VP who has credibility to step into the presidency right away. But yeah, it won't factor into my voting provided she doesn't pick a complete moron. I certainly wouldn't be voting for the likes of Trump or Cruz to avoid the potential of a young Julian Castro being thrust into the presidency.
     
  13. Mr. Clutch

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    If her VP is Bernie Sanders, Paul Ryan could be President soon
     
  14. Sweet Lou 4 2

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    I would vote for a vegetable over Trump, so yes, Hillary is qualified no matter what mental state you think she is in.
     
  15. Space Ghost

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    Trump wont cater the government anymore than Bernies extreme socialistic plans will get passed.

    What Trump will do is force foreign countries and governments to look down in disgust at America. If another country elected a candidate like Trump, I would strongly suspect the general mindset of the country in itself.
     
  16. arno_ed

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    It is nice to see TJ post under this moniker and not only under Honey Bear. TJ you might just choose one of them to post with.

    That being said, this is a stupid thread, but that is what we expect from TJ.
     
  17. Ubiquitin

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    Honey Bear is Ronny. I don't think TJ is Ronny.
     
  18. RudyTBag

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    Can't even imagine how anyone could vote for Hillary, Ted, Marco or Donald. It boggles my mind.
     
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    or bernie imo

    that's what people are saying anyone, basically no one is votable
     
  20. Ubiquitin

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    I am voting Obama again.
     

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