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Have you decided who to vote for?

Have you decided who you will vote for?

  • Yes. Mind made up. No question.

  • No. Not quite decided yet. Still considering.


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sportage

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Have you decided? No reservation. Mind made up. Decision final.

Don't need to say who, if you have decided. Just post yes or no if you have decided.

Presidential election, that is....
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xj0hnx

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Sure have ...None of the Above. Neither of the turds in the bowl are worth the effort, and just need to be flushed.
 
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And that is not going to happen.

It will be either the incumbent or the Republican Regime re-instated to continue the destruction that we had under the Bush years.
No joke, I don't think I like you, but you are 100% correct. :thumbsup:
 

xj0hnx

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And that is not going to happen.

It will be either the incumbent or the Republican Regime re-instated to continue the destruction that we had under the Bush years.

"And that is not going to happen" is not a correct response to my post, it doesn't even make any sense. Obviously one of the turds is going to splash some icy cold water on America's collective brown eye.
 
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"And that is not going to happen" is not a correct response to my post, it doesn't even make any sense. Obviously one of the turds is going to splash some icy cold water on America's collective brown eye.
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It does make sense.

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xj0hnx

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Dec 18, 2007
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...

It does make sense.

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No, it doesn't. I thought this was first grade easy but let me help ...

Thread title: Have you decided who to vote for?

Me: Neither, they both suck

McOwned: That's not going to happen (what? someone's going to force me to vote for one of the douche's?)

Wrong, because I am not going to vote for either of the douchebags. The question isn't "who's going to win" with me answering neither, it's who am I voting for. Class dismissed.
 

MrColin

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May 21, 2003
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Sure have ...None of the Above. Neither of the turds in the bowl are worth the effort, and just need to be flushed.
This^

There are a lot more turds in the bowl besides presidential, and some of those choices might actually matter. Might.
 

sportage

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Thanks for the replied so far. I thought it would be interesting how people feel after the GOP convention. Would be interesting to try a new poll after next weeks convention, then again every 30 days until D day. Or after each debate. Those still undecided by the end of October will determine the final outcome, I'd expect.
 
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boomerang

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Jun 19, 2000
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I'm writing you in sportage. You put so much thought into your poll that I'm thinkin' you're our best shot.
 

Franz316

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Sep 12, 2000
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Either way it is a bad choice. If you do vote, then aren't you are reinforcing the dysfunctional status quo?
 

kage69

Lifer
Jul 17, 2003
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Voting for Obama became clear to me once I saw the GOP nominee field. Only Huntsman gave me reason to consider supporting the GOP ticket, but oh well.

Obama should get 2 terms to try and fix what Bush screwed up in 2 terms, seems fair ;)
 

hal2kilo

Lifer
Feb 24, 2009
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What's there to decide. It pretty clear where the Republican party stands and where the Democratic party stand. Claiming to be an independent and to "I just vote for the man" is a cop out and politically naive at best.
 

lothar

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Jan 5, 2000
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Voting for Obama became clear to me once I saw the GOP nominee field. Only Huntsman gave me reason to consider supporting the GOP ticket, but oh well.

Obama should get 2 terms to try and fix what Bush screwed up in 2 terms, seems fair ;)
So if Obama can't fix the problem in his second term, you will vote Republican regardless of who the candidate in 2016 are?
I'll hold you for your word.
 

werepossum

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Jul 10, 2006
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"And that is not going to happen" is not a correct response to my post, it doesn't even make any sense. Obviously one of the turds is going to splash some icy cold water on America's collective brown eye.
That doesn't mean we HAVE to vote for one of them. For example, I haven't yet decided for whom I'll vote, but I know it will be between Romney and Gary Johnson. A vote for Gary Johnson isn't wasted, it's simply a vote for a very capable politician to indicate that his path - smaller government and less spending without liberty-crushing social conservatism - is the one I prefer, whether or not it has any chance of prevailing. There is no obligation for free persons to vote for a lesser evil.
 

blankslate

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Jun 16, 2008
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Not surprised at the results. After all in a P&N forums most of the posters have definite views on way or another.
 

ichy

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Oct 5, 2006
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Voting for Obama became clear to me once I saw the GOP nominee field. Only Huntsman gave me reason to consider supporting the GOP ticket, but oh well.
I kind of liked Gary Johnson as well but he wasn't a serious candidate.

I'm not an Obama fanboy but he'll get my vote because the GOP has turned into the party of the fundamentalist evangelical right.
 

a777pilot

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I am voting for the winner. That will be Mr. Romney with a total of 320 Electoral College votes.
 

xj0hnx

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I kind of liked Gary Johnson as well but he wasn't a serious candidate.

I'm not an Obama fanboy but he'll get my vote because the GOP has turned into the party of the fundamentalist evangelical right.
"Turned into"? They have been for quite some time, though there were a bunch of moral majority fundamentalist democrats back in the 80's too.
 

Atreus21

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Aug 21, 2007
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That doesn't mean we HAVE to vote for one of them. For example, I haven't yet decided for whom I'll vote, but I know it will be between Romney and Gary Johnson. A vote for Gary Johnson isn't wasted, it's simply a vote for a very capable politician to indicate that his path - smaller government and less spending without liberty-crushing social conservatism - is the one I prefer, whether or not it has any chance of prevailing. There is no obligation for free persons to vote for a lesser evil.
Will Johnson be on the ballot in your area?
 

Dude111

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xj0hnx said:
Sure have ...None of the Above..
Same here.....

I dont play thier games!!!
(Voting is just a game to keep the sheep thinking they have a say in things)
 

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