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View Poll Results: who you voteing for Obama (D) , Romney (R) or Other
Obama (D) 224 63.46%
Romney (R) 62 17.56%
Other 67 18.98%
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post #41 of 1735 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 01:07 PM
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I'm Canadian, so I'll waste time by chipping in. Out of the two mentioned, Romney for sure. But, if I were an American and could vote, I'd vote Johnson.
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Originally Posted by itssoeasy23 View Post
I vote for Obama.

Even though were not doing the best in the economy right now, it's much better than where we were 4 years ago.

Look at this picture, would you want this guy to be your president?

Romney is already a rich businessman, he's only going to look out for everyone who's like him: rich and famous. He constantly flip-flop's his feelings on subjects, lies about stuff, hasn't released his tax forms. What's he hiding? Probably the fact that he paid way less in taxes than we do. And when he's president the people who make much more than the middle class will have the most benefits while the middle class suffers.

Why do you think he want's to get rid of PBS? Because there's no money to be made in PBS, so we might as well get rid of it. No, it's not like it's the best channel for children, he doesn't care because his kids are already grown.

Obama want's the more wealthy to give some profit for the nation, that makes much more sense. They can afford it, not the people living on $250,000 a year.

If there was one person I would vote for besides both Romney and Obama it would be Ron Paul. Even though he may not be that big of a name, if you watch his political views he's stayed consistent for years. Unlike Romney, Ron Paul know's what he wants and alot of his stuff makes sense and he seems to the only one who would actually follow the Constitution.
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post #44 of 1735 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by 9QA View Post
that is right the unemployment rate is 7.8% ( not that , that is good its not) "the same as when he took office" this shows he stop the snow ball from rolling. you said this not me the Unemployment "same as when he took office so one more time he stop one hell of a bush snow ball.

the monthly jobs report changed the picture of the U.S. economy in more ways than one, showing the unemployment rate fell to the lowest level in more than three years and hiring was stronger than originally reported throughout the summer.

Unemployment unexpectedly fell to 7.8% in September, down from 8.1%, as a survey of U.S. households showed 873,000 more Americans had jobs compared to a month earlier.

The last time the unemployment rate was that low was in January 2009, the month President Obama was inaugurated.
All valid points, but I side with Jack Welch on this one. What about labor force participation rate? Why should low wage, low skilled, seasonal jobs be worth anything anyways? Unemployment rate is a bit deceptive. That said the stock market has improved quite a bit so there is a glimmer of hope.

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You're a naive little one, aren't you?

1. Popular vote does not determine who will be the president. The Electoral College officially elects the president and vice president. The president and vice president can be elected without the plurality of the national vote. The most recent case was the Bush/Cheney candidacy in 2000. Thus, this makes the popular vote seemingly irrelevant and pointless.
2. No progress will be made so long as partisanship reigns supreme in politics. That's the main reason why I won't vote.
Get off your high horse. You aren't taking part in the process, therefore you have no right to bitch and moan. It's extremely rare when the popular vote doesn't reflect the electoral vote.

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post #45 of 1735 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by 9QA View Post
Ron Paul had that stuff in his news letter he cant win on top of that he is way to old i don't know if he will last 4 more years . on top of that most of his backer are just pot heads and that dont help him but most of all the RNC hates him as you said.
Are you talking about the racist newsletters? The ones that he disavows and there's absolutely NO proof of him writing? Ron Paul is incredibly sharp for being in his late 70's and this guy rides his bicycle 10-20 miles a day. He even challenged all the Republican candidates to a 25 mile bike ride in triple digit weather. Most of his backers are pot heads? Ron Paul supporters are one of the most passionate,dedicated and knowledged group of people around. The RNC hates him because he's everything against they go for. He's a true backer of the constitution, wants to End the Fed, go back to a Gold Standard, end the wars, end of foreign aid, send the troops home, had a plan to balance the budget in 3 years without cutting a dime to social security, veterans, and without raising taxes. Why do you think the media blacks him out? He can't win? He won alot of delegates despite him not being exposed. Why did you think the RNC made a bunch of rule changes to keep the Paul people away?

Americans see him as "delusional" because he talks about stuff that the majority of Americans don't understand.

I personally wouldn't vote for either. Obama has done next to nothing in the past for years. I can make a huge list, but I'm sure there's plenty of people that are going to do that.

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post #46 of 1735 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Saul GOONman View Post
1) The stuff is the newsletter that he has been disenvowing for the last decade or so. He didn't write them; stop grasping at straws as to why the greatest politician in a generation isn't worth the time to listen to.

2) He couldn't win, you say?

3) He wouldn't last four more years? You DO know he is probably in better shape than Obama and Romney, right?

4) Most of his backers are pot heads that don't help him? Funny, from what I've seen, his supporters are the most passionate out of the bunch. His supporters would probably take a bullet for him if they could. He raised more money from veterans than any other candidate, and raised half a million from his supporters in one day. Also, his rallies draw more than people like Romney did during the primaries. Yeah, his supports REALLY don't care about him.

5) The RNC hates him because he was the only rational man running during the primaries. They couldn't have someone who wanted to end the military-industrial complex come close to winning, and they nominated Obama's white, Mormon clone instead.

Think before you post that nonsense I quoted. If you're going to talk about Ron Paul, please don't use MSNBC talking points.
I pretty much repeated what you said. lol I wonder what he's going to say next? That Ron Paul is anti-Semitic, that he's an isolationist? We have heard all the bullshit that the media throws at Ron. You see how the media tries to find dirt on him? They have to go back 20+ years to find "dirt" on him which isn't even hard proof.

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Neither, I don't want to vote for Israel.

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It's pretty much lesser of two evils so I'm voting for Obama (D)
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I noticed a lot of people saying they were not going to vote.

Can I ask why? I get the same-old argument, that it doesn't matter either way. Well, sometimes that may be true, but not recently. Look at Bush, look at what 8 years of him as president did to this country. There are fundamental differences between Obama & Romney, so if you stay at home on election day sitting on your hands, don't complain if things don't go your way with a new president because you had the power to try and change the outcome.

As for the question. I'm voting Obama, Romney has no substance whatsoever and changes his mind on almost everything. I don't trust him in the white house when a tough decision needs to be made, and I don't trust him when it comes to repairing & rebuilding the economy. Props for him "winning" the debate, but like I just said all his points had no substance. Sure, ideas are a wonderful thing and can sound utopian, but when you don't explain how you are going to achieve those things the intelligent people watching question that and wonder if you're just trying to shoot rainbows & colorful happy thoughts into our ears.

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Wow, I'm surprised to see this forums so pro-Obama. Everyone is entitled to their views, but I'd think this would at least somewhat reflect national polls.

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