I imagine a statistically significant number of people would vote for Sarah Palin if she ran, even though no one with above-retard level intelligence should EVER consider such a thing. Similarly, I bet a statistically significant percentage of the left would sooner vote for Charlie Rangel than anybody with an (R) after their name. And all of these auto-voters would single-issue voters would pretty immediately rule out any third party vote because they don't care about voting FOR anyone, just against whoever they're vilifying.
"The knowledge and prudence of the poor themselves, are absolutely the only means by which any general and permanent improvement in their condition can be effected." - Thomas Malthus
I really don't like how voting third party is lumped in with Romney
Also I wouldn't vote for Biden. I don't think he's a very intelligent person.
I don't think I could ever vote for Biden, if given the choice between Biden and another moron I probably would not cast a presidential ballot.
Tired of elections being between the lesser of two evils.When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser. -Socrates
No, I would not vote for him. Then again, there's a very good likelihood that I won't vote for the Republican candidate either.
I voted third party and I won't vote for Biden. Depending on the Republican candidate...will depend on if I go third party again.
I refuse to vote for anyone like Santorum, Gingrich, etc. I would consider Rand Paul, but his policies aren't all to my liking either.
Libertarian and Atheist...wow I'm a hated man.
Biden? Not at gunpoint.
I was more interested in him than in Obama, Kerry, or Hillary. I also respect his wife heavily, as I had Cindy McCain. I think Jill could potentially be more beneficial toward education matters and disability areas (same reason why I thought Cindy and John were potential partners in advancing some platforms.).
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