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Pop Quiz: Hillary Clinton or Extremist Rightwing Republican?

Pop Quiz: Hillary Clinton or Extremist Rightwing Republican?

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks about the Global Health Initiative at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, August 16, 2010. | (Photo: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque)

Hello Democratic Caucus and Primary voters! Before you cast your ballot next month, it's time to play everyone's favorite pop quiz game …

Hillary Clinton or Extremist Rightwing Republican?!

Playing in the game is quite simple. You will be given a series of quotes and you must determine who is responsible for them. Is it Hillary Clinton? Or is it an Extremist Rightwing Republican?

Without further delay, here are your questions!

1. "I believe that marriage is not just a bond but a sacred bond between a man and a woman … it exists between a man and a woman going back into the mists of history as one of the founding foundational institutions of history and humanity and civilization and that its primary principle role during those millennia has been the raising and socializing of children for the society into which they are to become adults."

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Who said it?

A. George W. Bush
B. Rick Santorum
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Mike Huckabee

2. While in the federal government this person opposed a proposal to change the passport application part about parents from "mother and father" to "parent one and two." In an email the person wrote "I'm not defending that decision, which I disagree [with] and knew nothing about, in front of this Congress", adding "I could live [with] letting people in nontraditional families choose another descriptor so long as we retained the presumption of mother and father."

Who said it?

A. John Ashcroft
B. Ted Cruz
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Dick Cheney

3. Just before the Iraq War, this person said "intelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery capability, and his nuclear program." The person also warned that "if left unchecked, Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological and chemical warfare, and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons. Should he succeed in that endeavor, he could alter the political and security landscape of the Middle East, which as we know all too well affects American security."

Who said it?

A. George W. Bush
B. George H. W. Bush
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Dick Cheney

4. Commenting on a series of undercover videos at Planned Parenthood facilities. "I have seen pictures from them and I obviously find them disturbing." said the person, adding, "if there's going to be any kind of congressional inquiry, it should look at everything and not just one part of it."

Who said it?

A. Mike Huckabee
B. Carly Fiorina
C. Hillary Clinton
D. John Boehner

5. While practicing law, this person successfully defended a man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl while believing the man was guilty. In audio tapes describing the case, the person irreverently laughed multiple times, including after saying "I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs." The rape victim later said that the person "took me through Hell."

Who said it and took a rape victim "through Hell"?

A. Todd Akin
B. Rush Limbaugh
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Donald Trump

6. This person said they supported investigating Area 51 for possible aliens. "Yes, I'm going to get to the bottom of it," the person said, reportedly with enthusiasm. "One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51."

Who said it?

A. Sarah Palin
B. Michele Bachmann
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Rush Limbaugh

7. This person declared that Obama lacked substance when it came to real world problems. "There's a big difference between us — speeches versus solutions, talk versus action," said the person. "Speeches don't put food on the table. Speeches don't fill up your tank, or fill your prescription, or do anything about that stack of bills that keeps you up at night."

Who said it?

A. John McCain
B. Dick Cheney
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Mitt Romney

8. In a 2014 interview with ABC, this person claimed to be "dead broke" at a time when this person and family owned two homes and got $2.84 million in royalties for a book deal. No surprise, Politifact rated the claim "Mostly false."

Who said it?

A. Donald Trump
B. Charles Koch
C. Hillary Clinton
D. George W. Bush

9. "I don't believe [adolescents] are ready for sex or its potential consequences—parenthood, abortion, sexually transmitted diseases—and I think we need to do everything in our power to discourage sexual activity and encourage abstinence."

Who said it?

A. Rick Santorum
B. Mike Huckabee
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Dr. Ben Carson

10. "Creating a free trade zone in North America — the largest free trade zone in the world — would expand U.S. exports, create jobs and ensure that our economy was reaping the benefits, not the burdens, of globalization."

Who said it?

A. Ron Paul
B. Rand Paul
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Pat Buchanan

11. On gun control: "You know, we have a set of rules in New York City and we have a totally different set of rules in the rest of the state. What might work in New York City is certainly not going to work in Montana. So, for the federal government to be having any kind of, you know, blanket rules that they're going to try to impose, I think doesn't make sense."

Who said it?

A. Charlton Heston
B. Ted Nugent
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Ted Cruz

12. "You know, my dad took me out behind the cottage that my grandfather built on a little lake called Lake Winola outside of Scranton and taught me how to shoot when I was a little girl … You know, some people now continue to teach their children and their grandchildren. It's part of culture. It's part of a way of life. People enjoy hunting and shooting because it's an important part of who they are."

Who said it?

A. Sarah Palin
B. Michele Bachmann
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Ann Coulter

13. Called welfare recipients "deadbeats" and implied that women receiving welfare spend their days "sitting around the house doing nothing."

Who said it?

A. Sarah Palin
B. Paul Ryan
C. Hillary Clinton
D. Mitt Romney

If you guessed "C" to all questions above, then CONGRATULATIONS! You got a perfect score!

With 100 percent accuracy, you have discovered that there is virtually no discernable difference between a stereotypical extremist rightwing Republican and Hillary Clinton!

To be fair, Mrs. Clinton is campaigning on a platform largely different from the statements listed above. But if you think for one moment that she will somehow maintain these positions when they become inconvenient THINK AGAIN! Who do you think she is? Bernie Sanders? Ha!

Happy Primary Voting Everyone! And thank you for playing America's favorite quiz game …

Hillary Clinton Or Extremist Rightwing Republican?!

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