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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 #511 of 1735 (permalink) Old 10-20-2012, 07:55 PM
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Re: Poll - Obama (D) vs Romney (R) - Vote

i thought the UK had a three party system?

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Yeh it sucks that he has absolutely no chance of winning and that you only have the choice between 2 candidates who are completely useless in their attempts to solve anything. We're in exactly the same position in the UK. Why is this guy not able to participate in the debates?
Because the last time they had a free-thinking candidate in the debates he upset people so the debate commission (comprised of democrats and republicans) was formed to control who is allowed to participate in the debates.


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Yea, pretty sure I am NOT voting for Obama.
Wow. This is where your tax dollars go people. Live with that knowledge.

Actually, I'll provide a quote from Ned Flanders to sum it up:


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The woman I love second only to Mila Kunis says it best.


Nailed it.

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Re: Poll - Obama (D) vs Romney (R) - Vote

Obama 2012 Nailed it.
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Nailed it.
She seems a bit crazy for some reason.

Might be the hand movement and voice combo.


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Holy fuck, that Romney guy just bleeds that weird sleazy shady corporate vibe. To quote gunnery sergeant Hartman, he looks ike the kind of person who would fuck you in the ass and not have the common courtesy to give you a reach-around. Dude gives me the chills.

No.

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i thought the UK had a three party system?
It technically is but at the last election parliament was hung and the very left wing Liberal Democrats (who didn't actually have many seats) joined the right wing conservatives to form a coalition, since then they've just become irrelevant and nobody trusts them anymore so they don't have a shout in the next election. Why would left wingers who previously voted for them continue to vote for them when they'd been helping the right wing government?

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No one is less of a fan of Harper than me. But to be fair it looks like we have another Trudeau prime ministry coming up.(yep I am calling this one early)

I used to always do campaign work for the NDP (since high school) but I halfway put myself in with the Green Party this time. I had a tough choice come election day; I knew voting my beliefs rather than going strategically for the local Liberal would have consequences in my riding – and it did, the Conservative won – but that`s the down side of the multiparty system.

And why so certain about Justin Trudeau? I know he's bound to appeal to both a segment of the youth vote and old folks who vote for him because of his daddy, but the Liberals have been in pretty bad shape in the polls for ages...though I suppose choosing to run Trudeau like the second generation of our own version of the Kennedy clan might help loads.


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...Romney comes across poorly to me. Not just his politics, which aren't for me, but there's something about his manner I find unlikeable. I'd be really unsure of what to do, or if I should even bother, if I was voting in the upcoming US election and I'm pretty serious about always using one's right to vote.
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It technically is but at the last election parliament was hung and the very left wing Liberal Democrats (who didn't actually have many seats) joined the right wing conservatives to form a coalition, since then they've just become irrelevant and nobody trusts them anymore so they don't have a shout in the next election. Why would left wingers who previously voted for them continue to vote for them when they'd been helping the right wing government?

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the liberals making an alliance with the conservatives?

wat

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