Depends on candidate's view of Religious Right
Depends on candidate's view of Social Programs
Depends on candidate's view of Tax Structure
Depends on candidate's view of Military
Depends on candidate's view of Environment
Depends on candidate's view of World Affairs
It would take more than 1 big issue to sway me from my normal vote
I only vote for my party
I don't vote
You left a necessary choice out for me - I'll explain.
I'm a one-issue voter on gun control and reproductive rights. I'm not really a Republican or a Democrat, but if a candidate is wrong enough on one of those issues I will vote against them automatically regardless of their other positions.
I agree with you that an able bodied person shouldn't refuse to work and then just leech of the system. Most people don't do that.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
Considering I have only voted in one Presidential election, and that person was Stephen Colbert, I guess you could say I am easily swayed. Although voting in SC is pretty boring since it will 98% of the time go right I just vote for whoever.
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1. First and foremost, a belief in limited government.
2. Want to balance the budget by cutting expenses.
3. Want to send as many programs as possible back to the States.
4. Want to repeal the Unaffordable Health Care Act.
5. Belief in the Constitution as its authors intended it to mean.
6. Want to keep taxes as low as possible for individuals and businesses.
7. Belief in a strong military with capability to easily handle any situation that might arise
8. Anti-abortion, except for the life of the mother.
9. Not for redfining marriage.
10. Belief in positive virtues such as hard work, personal responsibility, self-discipline, tenacity, self-sufficiency, et al.
11. Belief that all people should enter this country legally, including children, and that no benefits go to anyone who is here illegally.
12. Hmmm. Why go any further. This Democrat doesn't exist. Sometimes, I wonder if this person even exists within the GOP.
If you build a man a fire, he'll be warm for a day.
If you set a man on fire, he'll be warm for the rest of his life.