View Poll Results: Are you registered to a party you don't identify with?

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Thread: Registered To Party You Don't Identify With???

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    Re: Registered To Party You Don't Identify With???

    Funny how things are so different in each state.

    Not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

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    Re: Registered To Party You Don't Identify With???

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Who do you complain to and when? And why couldn't you still do that as a registered independent?
    You can't vote in the primaries here without being registered. I'd rather have some say in who they put up for major office. I still vote for whoever I want to vote for, regardless of party.

    Why are you so interested in how people are registered anyhow?
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    Re: Registered To Party You Don't Identify With???

    It seems kinda silly to me that somebody would be registered to a party they don't identify with.

    In a way it's empowering the party.

    So many people are angry and upset with the way this country is going, yet they'll continue to give the appearance of being affiliated with a group they don't have any respect for.


    It's kinda like saying you won't purchase a product made by company XYZ because you think it's potentially dangerous, yet you'll but stock in that company.

    To me it seems counter-productive.

    "I don't agree with you, I don't like you, but I'll continue to be affiliated with you."

    I just don't get that mindset.

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    Re: Registered To Party You Don't Identify With???

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    It seems kinda silly to me that somebody would be registered to a party they don't identify with.

    In a way it's empowering the party.

    So many people are angry and upset with the way this country is going, yet they'll continue to give the appearance of being affiliated with a group they don't have any respect for.


    It's kinda like saying you won't purchase a product made by company XYZ because you think it's potentially dangerous, yet you'll but stock in that company.

    To me it seems counter-productive.

    "I don't agree with you, I don't like you, but I'll continue to be affiliated with you."

    I just don't get that mindset.
    I've been registered with the Republicans since a time when I did largely agree with them. I don't have to re-register and it's a bigger hassle to un-register for essentially no gain. Why wouldn't people do what I'm doing?
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