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Old 11-06-2012, 01:51 PM   #61
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Would have voted republican if they had a candidate that that seemed credible but all the 5 points to fix the nation and lack of a detailed plan to address the economy. I don't like surprises so what's another 4 years of oBROma it can't get any worse then the tool we elected the previous 2 terms be for oBROma took office. Meh


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Old 11-06-2012, 02:16 PM   #62
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Would have voted republican if they had a candidate that that seemed credible but all the 5 points to fix the nation and lack of a detailed plan to address the economy. I don't like surprises so what's another 4 years of oBROma it can't get any worse then the tool we elected the previous 2 terms be for oBROma took office. Meh


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I guess doubling the national deficit isnt considered "any worse", huh? Im sure our children will agree when our problems are their problems.
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Old 11-06-2012, 02:17 PM   #63
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I guess doubling the national deficit isnt considered "any worse", huh? Im sure our children will agree when our problems are their problems.
Not even over time either... Just sorta "all at once."






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Old 11-06-2012, 02:30 PM   #64
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Re: 2012 Election: Romney VS Obama Thread

i believe in gods plan...which is why i voted for romney






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Old 11-06-2012, 02:46 PM   #65
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I put "is not voting" as my status on Facebook to prove a point, and that point was immediately made clear. Literally within 2 hours of posting, I had 6 people jumping down my throat about it. Dammit, the whole process is about CHOICE, and I'm sick of being pressured or bullied one way or the other. My choice is to not vote for either of those fckheads, and by telling me how terrible of a person I am you're just proving that we really aren't friends.
I didn't vote. I'm with you Steve, I'm not voting for either of those idiots that promise nothing but bullshit to get votes. I like Ron Paul so maybe I should've voted for him today, but I really really doubt my one vote would help him win. Of course it would maybe benefit future third party candidates as somene else posted earlier.

I hate politics, that is all.
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:07 PM   #66
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Worked in a skilled nursing facility today and ive seen demented residents who doesnt even know how to eat without cue's and patients who are cognitively impaired voting.... Im like WTF!


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Old 11-06-2012, 03:14 PM   #67
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I didn't vote. I'm with you Steve, I'm not voting for either of those idiots that promise nothing but bullshit to get votes. I like Ron Paul so maybe I should've voted for him today, but I really really doubt my one vote would help him win. Of course it would maybe benefit future third party candidates as somene else posted earlier.

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If you're in a non-swing state, and you're sick of the 2-party BS, it makes legiitimate sense to go out and vote for a 3rd party candidate. Your vote isn't going to change a damn thing in the election outcome anyway, but it'll give more validity to getting another party in the mix in the future.
No 3rd party is going to win anytime soon, but the only way for it to have a chance is if you go out and actually vote for one.
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:28 PM   #68
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You can register at the polling place... it takes 5 minutes to do...
No you cant the deadline to register was back on October 9th

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I'm not wasting my time voting for the lesser of 2 evils. Both sides make bullshit promises and try to be vague as possible and operate in grey areas. Now get a candidate that I like and ill vote.
Thats a lame excuse right there. If you dont want to vote fine but as long as your alive your two choices will always be the lesser of two evils.


The economy is the number one problem right now and the main issue that needs to be dealt with. In that case I'd rather have a proven business leader and a person that has been successful turning bankrupt businesses around and making them profitable become president over a guy "that needs just four more years" to turn it all around.


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I guess doubling the national deficit isnt considered "any worse", huh? Im sure our children will agree when our problems are their problems.
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I agree the choice will always be the lesser of two evils.


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If Obama wins, I'm leaving the Country. If Romney wins, I'm leaving the country too. Not because of politics - I just have a vacation coming soon.
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