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Sorry Republicans, but this is only for the Democrats in the house. You know who you are, you passionate Donkeys who like both candidates with equal abandon. You indecisive asses who can't decide between these two stong candidates.

It's a tough choice, I know. On the one hand you have Barack Obama, whose oratory skills are second to one. He has galvanized millions to his cause, spawned idolatrous music videos and convinced more than 1 million people to financially support his cause.

Then you have HIllary Clinton who is smart as a whip. She impressively displays her wide breadth and mastery of public policy during debates and in speeches. She runs an organized, spirited campaign that allowed her to capture big states like California, Ohio and New York.

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Both are money and both would make great Presidents. Am I right Democrats? But how to choose? Thankfully Hogeschool, a Brussels-based university/college has made the choice for you in their new ad designed to promote their hybrid school. Ignore all this VP talk and answer something Hogeschool has posited: Why choose if you can combine?