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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    The choice is this election couldn't be more crystal clear:

    Do you support the man who has a history of dismantling American companies and sending American jobs overseas in order to pad his own pocket and the pockets of corporate shareholders or the man who has been trying to protect the middle class?

    Do you support the man who says "Corporations are people my friend" or the man who says "people are people"?

    Do you support the man who believes that Big Government is the best one to make the most intimate decisions in your life or the man who believes that those choices are best left to the individual?

    Do you support the man who believes that the biggest tax breaks should go to the wealthiest 1% of Americans or the man who believes that the middle class deserves a break and that it is time that the wealthiest 1% should pay their far share.
    There's some talking points rhetoric right there.
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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Nobody, I repeat nobody can outspend your daddy Hussein Obama............He has spent more in 3 years then all the other Presidents combined........try again
    What is your point in referring to him by his middle name? Yes, it is his middle name... so what? It's not like he chose it. It's not like he uses it in daily life. It's not like he was born after people like Saddam came to power, and his parents chose it for that reason. Hence, it doesn't mean anything.,.. AT ALL. I tend to immediately dismiss people's opinions out-of-hand when they pull juvenile crap like this, as it clearly and undeniably demonstrates a complete and utter lack of objectivity in their thinking. If I can't trust you to think logically on something as meaningless as their given name, then I certainly cannot trust you to put rational thought into anything that needs rational thought. Your failure is already demonstrated and proven. But I'll give you the chance to provide a reasonable and rationalization explanation as to why his middle name is relevant and meaningful in a political discussion.

    Have at it.

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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    I will not be voting for either of them. Two peas in the same Goldman Sachs pod as far as I'm concerned. I'll probably vote for Governor Johnson, or another third party candidate.
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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by Porchev View Post
    ...And that backs up what I said.

    I think this is very true:
    "The free market is the only economic system that produces on a sustainable basis, and for the overwhelming majority of Americans, an abundance of food, housing, energy, and medicine--staples of human survival; it creates an astonishing array of consumer goods that add comfort, value, and security to the quality of life; and the free market recognizes that it is in man’s DNA to take risks, to innovate, to achieve, to compete, and to acquire--to not only survive but also improve his circumstance."
    The free market is fine and dandy when properly regulated - due to the nature of man, this regulation is necessary.
    There are two ways of doing this regulation.
    One is stifling, layers and layers of rules, many contradictorily, and at multiple levels, international, national, state, county and local...and to treat all businessmen as if they are all criminals....in other words, getting carried away(the nature of man, again)
    This, of course, we do not have...but, at times, it seems as if we do.
    Two is zero regulation, no rules, let the buyer beware at all times, the way things were during our caveman days.
    We need something in-between...a balance if you will....
    I am saying that the free market has been abused....a problem with greed, for one.

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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by Arbo View Post
    I see we are getting into the normal 'liberal' sort of responses. Since you do not recall, you said:

    "Yes, the last one was in 2008. "

    In response to being asked if you have ever voted for a conservative for president. In 2008, there was McCain, in some states Ron Paul, and then some unknown/unmemorable 3rd party people as well. You said the last one was not McCain, when asked if it was Ron Paul you give the above response?

    A diversion and bad attempted at calling another person stupid. Wow, that's new.

    How about since you said you had voted for a conservative in 2008, you just say who that conservative is?

    Or do you not want to discredit yourself by saying it was Obama and having the world laugh at you?
    I voted for Obama in 2008, who is only slightly less conservative than McCain, because the liberal candidate, Dennis Kucinch, withdrew from the race.
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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    I voted for Obama in 2008, who is only slightly less conservative than McCain, because the liberal candidate, Dennis Kucinch, withdrew from the race.
    So when you say that yes, you have voted for a conservative, you are talking about Obama. Well, that explains the disconnect. Thanks.
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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by beerftw View Post
    i cant seem to tell the difference much between the two,so i will just vote third party.
    Really? Really? Really? Our you joking? DOn't you know how evil Obama is?
    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT on Nov 8th, 2012 View Post
    Over the next four years the economy will continue to rebound and we will gradually get deficits under control. The real esate market will rebound, unemployment will fall to 6.5% or below, and GDP growth will stand at 3.5 - 4%. We won't be in any wars. And conservatives will still be whining.

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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by Arbo View Post
    So when you say that yes, you have voted for a conservative, you are talking about Obama. Well, that explains the disconnect. Thanks.
    You may wish to bookmark this for future reference:

    liberal Democrat - Dennis Kucinich





    conservative Democrat - President Obama

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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by AreteCourage View Post
    I will not be voting for either of them. Two peas in the same Goldman Sachs pod as far as I'm concerned. I'll probably vote for Governor Johnson, or another third party candidate.
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    Re: Who will you vote for in the 2012 presidential election...

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    I'm super surprised that this poll didn't get spammed to show a lopsided Romney victory. Always some immature right leaning poster logs off and spams the poll till it shows what they want it to show. It's pretty damn obvious with a public poll, but clearly after dozens of that **** happening, whoever is doing it isn't smart enough to figure out it's public.

    That said, it's a choice between Bush's Fourth Term or Romney "I have no beliefs."

    Urgh.
    Judging by the results of the poll spaming just might of happened favoring Hussein Obama
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