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.
When the general election comes, I'm hoping to be able to vote for Romney (at this point). Caveat is that in years past at this point I was hoping to vote for John McCain in '00, John Edwards in '04, and Hillary Clinton in '08.
I love the smell of burning moonbat in the morning.
Taxing the rich to feed the poor isn't going to happen, any more, or any less than it does now. The system is already fair in that regard, so I don't see the need for more taxes on the rich. Letting the Bush tax cuts expire is OK by me, but taxes higher than that would be horribly unfair.
My very liberal stance politically is based on my philosophy. I've always been a non-conformist who sees a will to power as a detriment to character. Stepping on toes and heads to climb the ladder to being a shrewd businessman because nice guys finish last is someone else's rat race. Money is simply a necessary convenience. Not the center of my world.Do you have a reason or 2 that you're "Very Liberal" politically?
For example, I've admitted to being partisan, but also that Obama had been for smaller Federal Government, I would have liked to vote for him as the first black President. So, given specific circumstances, I'd give someone a 4 year chance.
How many republican businessmen can I get to agree with me on that stance? Can I get a show of hands?
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HELPING HILLARY PICK OUT HER INAUGURAL GOWN!The jokes write themselves!
The US is an odd ship. The captain yells out when he sees obtacles , but 535 individual propellers do the steering.
Now that I'm in Tennessee, I don't see myself voting Republican because Tennessee Democrats are essentially like moderate Indiana Republicans and I can't see going further right than that.