View Poll Results: Which Political Candidate Do You Think Would Be Most Bi-Partisan?

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  • I am Liberal: Obama would be more bi-partisan

    8 26.67%
  • I am Liberal: Romney would be more bi-partisan

    0 0%
  • I am Conservative: Obama would be more bi-partisan

    1 3.33%
  • I am Conservative: Romney would be more bi-partisan

    12 40.00%
  • Other

    9 30.00%
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    Re: Which Political Candidate Do You Think Would Be Most Bi-Partisan?

    First of all, I answered "other" in the poll because my opinion on this topic has nothing to do with my lean.

    Now, to answer the poll, I would have to choose Romney. This choice is based on the record and public history of each man.
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    Re: Which Political Candidate Do You Think Would Be Most Bi-Partisan?

    The Wall Street Journal had an interesting editorial today. More or less, they make the case that if Obama is re-elected, he will be a lame duck president due to the Benghazi scandal, and due to the fact that he has run the most negative campaign in history. Republicans in the House simply won't work with him, and he won't be able to get anything done for 4 years.

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    Re: Which Political Candidate Do You Think Would Be Most Bi-Partisan?

    Gary Johnson.










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    Re: Which Political Candidate Do You Think Would Be Most Bi-Partisan?

    Personally, I think Romney would be more bi-partisan and willing to reach across the isle compared to Obama. Obama is extremely divisive and Romney not only had to be bi-partisan in MA but has also used his desire to work with Democrats in his campaign.
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    Re: Which Political Candidate Do You Think Would Be Most Bi-Partisan?

    I think you are correct. I remain amazed that anyone could reasonably vote for Obama, given the last 4 years.

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