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.
And Richard Nixon wasn't violating the constitution by trying to get universal health care.
If you haven't heard this before, it might be an eye-opener...Nixon wasn't interested until he heard "less medical care, more profit". He never advocated for a "public option", he is one of the reasons we have the for-profit health care market that we have today, and why so many people can't afford health insurance or health care.
We have seen the enemy and he is us.
Is that thick enough?
I wish people would read more history before saying things like this.
Last edited by Fiddytree; 01-01-12 at 04:28 PM.