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I will vote, and it doesn't matter who is on the ballot box, my vote will NOT be for Obama. Just curious to see the numbers on how others feel.
If Romney is the Republican nominee, I'll be voting for Ron Paul as well. But if one of those wonderful gals (Sarah or Michelle) is the nominee, Ron is out of luck.EJR914 said:I'll vote Libertarian or Ron Paul if I can. No GOP RINOs and definitely not Obama, or any other Marxist/Socialist.
I can agree with this, as some of the best years we've ever had is when we had a Dem president, and Republican Congress, but the only problem with that is, that you know the Dems or Reps will take over for at least 2 years during a presidency, normally. Its not automatic, but pretty normal.bdee said:Right now, I may consider voting for Obama. My end goal is to have the senate controlled by the party opposite the president. So if I think the senate is about to be taken over by the the republicans, I might consider voting for him. If it looks like the Dems will hold the senate, I might consider voting for a guy like Romney, but not bullet-point Palin. I doubt Paul will break ranks with the Republicans and run as an independent. He'd lose his house seat.
I really don't see any damn difference between the Dems and Republicans, so if I can vote for gridlock I will.
I completely agree with this statement! :righton:I would just like people to start voting their principles, instead of just voting for a party, because they will probably get the most votes, likes is a high school popularity contest or something.
You know, I've heard this argument, and I really cannot find fault with it. Socialism, and Corporatism, Fascism, and just pure Authoritarianism is taking over our country from both sides of the aisle.JiG said:I'm voting Obama. I'm tired of this lesser than two evils carp. Let's get it over with.
I don't know much about him other than he had some pizza joints. I consider myself an independent voter, I definitely don't follow any party so I would just have to hear him out.coreys89 said:
Who would decide? The truth of the matter is in a restoration, without a collapse, you would have to vote in freedom loving politicians, more Libertarian if you will, that will reduce the size of government, be for freedom in economics and socially. Problem the most important thing is when those politicians begin to replace our current Supreme Court justices with ones that actually believe in giving back freedoms instead of acting as tyrant enablers and restricting our freedoms almost everytime they make a decision.JeF4y said:ERJ,
When I think of restoration and going back to the greatness that once was, I struggle in understanding how that could remotely be possible given the changes in literally EVERYTHING within people, this country and the world today.
If the country were founded TODAY by men with the same conviction that they had a few hundred years ago, it would certainly be founded MUCH differently than it was back then.
Some things which were held dear when the country was founded have simply become outdated and irrelevant through common things we take for granted, such as transportation and communication. The question then becomes what do you keep, what do you toss, what do you change, and most importantly... Who decides??
SYN ACK said:coreys89 said: