View Poll Results: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

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  • 1.)Barack Obama/Joseph Biden

    29 38.67%
  • 2.)Gary Johnson/James P. Gray

    16 21.33%
  • 3.)Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala

    11 14.67%
  • 4.)Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan

    26 34.67%
  • 5.) Write Ins / Other

    5 6.67%
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Well, I don't agree with her in nuclear disarmament, nor on prohibiting the use of land mines, as land mines are an important strategy for deterring North Korea from launching an invasion against South Korea.

    But, on the whole, I agree much more with Jill Stein than I do with either Obama or Romney.

    And I think that she has much more conviction than Obama or Romney does too.
    oh well i certainly wasn't questioning why you like her or not i hope you didnt think that i was just saying how "I" find her foreign policy confusing.

    Not sure how she accomplishes it realistically. How do you force even more rules on a area while limiting the tools to do it. But this could be cleared up by her. I haven't heard or seen her speak a lot so maybe in print it comes off different than her actual plans.

    other than that i like a lot of her stances, i was surprised by gary to on his stance on social issues, for a main stream libertarian i found them surprising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Objective-J View Post
    oh well i certainly wasn't questioning why you like her or not i hope you didnt thing that i was just saying how "I" find her foreign policy confusing.

    Not sure how she accomplishes it realistically. How do you force even more rules on a area while limiting the tools to do it. But this could be cleared up by her. I haven't heard or seen her speak a lot so maybe in print it comes off different than her actual plans.

    other than that i like a lot of her stances, i was surprised by gary to on his stance on social issues, for a main stream libertarian i found them surprising.
    The funny thing is, though, is that both Stein and Johnson agree on limiting our military budget, ending drone assassination strikes, and being much more collegial when it comes to global powers.

    Mostly because Democrats and Republicans are essentially the same on those issues.
    Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.

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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Honestly, it's because of her foreign policy that I'm voting for her. I'm tired of the War on Everything, or that Americans feel the need to make the world just like we are, or that the U.S. is single-highhandedly responsible for all that's good in the world while ignoring the bad that is done in the name of the United States.

    There are many ways to exert influence in the world, and we need to better prioritize for what reasons we do so.
    Shame on you Sam. You know that "The War On Everything" keeps the pseudo-economy going - when real estate bubbles or the like burst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Removable Mind View Post
    Shame on you Sam. You know that "The War On Everything" keeps the pseudo-economy going - when real estate bubbles or the like burst.
    It's also a jobs program for our military. Because heaven forbid we have a jobs program for doctors and teachers and technicians and musicians and artists and writers.
    Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.

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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    It's also a jobs program for our military. Because heaven forbid we have a jobs program for doctors and teachers and technicians and musicians and artists and writers.
    Well its EASY to tell where I stand, I make military products and Im still fine and think we should cut our defense budget.
    More specifically on hardware not on personal benefits/pay.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    I'm voting for Johnson and Gray. And that's the only combonation i would vote for. Everyone else is a Statist
    Gary Johnson 2012!!!

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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    I am a genuine Conservative.
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    I would vote for Obama
    True Conservatives don't vote for Radical Liberals. You are not a Conservative. I'm sorry you had to hear it from me.

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    You mean to imply that Republicans are Conservative.
    Wrong. I'm saying that you are not a Conservative. I'd say at least 75% of what you post in this forum is liberalistic in nature.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    I am what I say I am.
    You are what you write. For example: You said you would vote for Obama (a radical liberal) if you thought Romeny had a chance to win. This tells me that you are a liberal, not a Conservative.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    My political lean is environmental and a desire to restrain Corporate power and political influence.
    Your political lean is environut and anti-business. You, a Conservative? No way in hell. You are a tree worshipper and a Wall Street Occupant.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dooble View Post
    and True Conservatives don't for Radical Liberals. You are not a Conservative. I'm sorry you had to hear it from me.

    Wrong. I'm saying that you are not a Conservative. I'd say at least 75% of what you post in this forum is liberalistic in nature.

    You are what you write. For example: You said you would vote for Obama (a radical liberal) if you thought Romney had a chance to win. This tells me, and anyone else that you are a liberal, not a Conservative.

    Your political lean is environut and anti-business. You, a Conservative? No way in hell. You are a tree worshipper and a Wall Street Occupant.
    Obama is a radical liberal? he seems more center right, even his healthcare, his crowning achievement, is based around shoving money into the hands of big pharma and big insurance.

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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    I voted for Stein several weeks ago. I am not a swing state voter so I felt no obligation whatsoever to play the "lesser of two evils" game.

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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarcogito View Post
    I voted for Stein several weeks ago. I am not a swing state voter so I felt no obligation whatsoever to play the "lesser of two evils" game.
    i would have liked to do that, unfortunately i live in florida, and i got worn down by my dad, but i don't feel so bad voting for the lesser evil he likes since he is 50% responsible for my existence.

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