Discussion in 'OT Graveyard' started by freeridemusik, Jun 5, 2007.
So who are you voting for?
Not all of us toe party lines.
I said republican as I'm sort of conservative, but I'm registered independant. I am more than apt at crossing party lines and have priors. I'm not impressed by anything I've seen thus far.
I'm more conservative than liberal, however parties matter little to me when voting (like I think Kerry lost the race rather than Bush winning it).
If I were in the US... I'd be returning an empty ballot with the words "Vote of no confidence".
Me too, I'm half wanting Machiavelli to rise from the dead.
MSP, what does the book of Ryanism say about voting? Is it for satan or jesus?
We vote for beer brewers
Voted other; I don't vote for parties, I vote for people. Party liners are generally idiots. Generally. You have to weigh every candidate, regardless of party.
i tend to vote democrat. i was registered independent in CT but now i'll be democrat in WA. obama or Hilary are getting my vote. probably hilary in the primaries and if she doesn't get it, obama in the election.
bah. I say 'bah' to you madame.
I'll vote for guilliani (however the hell you spell it) if he makes it, otherwise, I'm probably not going to bother. I think I could live with obama (his policy doesn't bother me all that much, but I don't like him because of the whole "I'm not a muslim, I've never been a muslim" oh wait, yes you were/are), but fuck no to hilary, that woman is apeshit-satan-incarnate
I registered Democrat but when i got my card it said Republican.. WTF?
Anyway, Obama all the way. Can't stand Hillary one fucking bit.
I vote for the person thats the most competent and who understands the average american and not the american elite.
Ron paul looks to be my man so far.
i think im registered as democrate, i hope so, not sure who i'm gonna vote for
obama or hillary, not sure yet.
I used to vote primarily democratic, but since living in an area that's largely dems and ultra liberal, I've grown to have an adversion to some of the
anti-reality based views of these people and have seen the consequenses of
their legislations. As with most things, trueth is somewhere in the middle. I'm with those that vote on an individual basis and take the time to do my homework. The problem comes from doing too much homework and realizing that all the candidates are primarily concerned with one thing: getting elected. They'll put on whatever face, tell you whatever needs to be said
and act however, just to get that vote. What i look for, is not what a candidate says they're going to do, but moreso, how they plan to do it.
I voted for the commies
I've always voted Republican and I doubt it'll change but we'll see.
Definitely depends on the candidate. This year is going to be very close. If it's between Obama and Giuliani, I have no idea who I'd vote for.
Im voting for Kang and Kodos.
So far, Ron Paul is the only one who has the balls to say what needs to be said.
Giuliani? Really? Him and romney are the last guys Id vote for.
I didnt know we had so many intelligent people in here. Ron paul for sure!
My thoughts exactly. What's so special about Giulani anyway. He wasn't liked very much by the people of his city pre-9/11, but as soon as it happened, he turned into America's hero. WTF?
Definitely not voting for Hilary either. Anybody who supports the "No Child Left Behind" bill is a complete and utter dumbass no matter what reasons they give.
And yes, I'll be able to vote in this election (I'll be 18 in March).
That sounds like a plan. I'll go get the board with a nail in it.