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  • Barack Obama.

    18 46.15%
  • A Republican who promises to balance the budget within two years or res or resign

    21 53.85%
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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    Huh, this says a lot about Obama....
    It should tell you that he is not a socialist and he is not as anti conflict as he said he was in the campaign. If you are against the invasion of Iraq from the beginning as he said he was, how can he leave the troops there.
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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    I will guarantee you that within the next 4 decades -barring a series of ridiculously damaging and implausible events like say the East Coast being completely destroyed by a dirty bomb followed by California getting hit by an immigrant induced earthquake and finally Texas deciding it'll become it's own country - nobody like Ron Paul will ever be elected. Have fun hoping.
    I would rather vote third party than for the two sides of the same coin coolaid drinking cantidates we get now.


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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Why on earth would I want to put the guys whose policies caused this nightmare back in charge??


    As Bush 41 used to say: "nah gah-nah dew it".

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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    I would surely vote for the Republican and hope they have learned their needed lessons. I had a bad feeling about Obama when he flip flopped on his campaign pledge about public funding. It proved to me that he was anoth John Kerry.

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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno View Post
    It should tell you that he is not a socialist and he is not as anti conflict as he said he was in the campaign. If you are against the invasion of Iraq from the beginning as he said he was, how can he leave the troops there.
    Well that's an easy one. The preception is that the war has already been won. If he pulled them out immediately and Iraq went to hell-in-a-handbasket, he might suffer politically. The politically expedient path is to leave them and, if there are problems, blame the military and Bush.

    At this point, a person would have to be completey daffy to believe Prez Doofus has an ounce of integrety.


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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by ADK_Forever View Post
    Rush should run. I'd like to see what dumb ass comments he makes on the campaign trail. They can't get any dumber than what he's saying now!
    certainly it would be an entertaining election cycle....
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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    I wouldn't mind voting for a Romney - Palin ticket.

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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catman View Post
    I wouldn't mind voting for a Romney - Palin ticket.
    I like Romney's qualifications and most of his ideas, and am not too put off by his being a bit distant from real world social issues.
    But Palin has to grow and learn a lot before I can vote for her.
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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    I will vote for the candidate that most appeals to my personal beliefs.

    Interestingly enough that's usually the republicans.

    Unfortunately democratic candidates usually try to restrict ownership of firearms that I own.
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    Re: Who would you rather vote for in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oftencold View Post
    Nerv, The economy isn't going to "come around" under this regime. It's like turning a sheep inside out and hoping for wool!

    While the Republicans have become a dwarf version of their former selves, the Democrats have mutated into something pretty much alien to the American systems, political and economic.

    They are not "tweaking" the economy. They are not "managing it" (nearly impossible.) They are not even mis-managing it. They are canibalizing it.

    I continue to advise any of you living in urban areas to stock up heavily on non-perishable food items.
    Hey, government supported economists may have reasons to say that the economy is healthier then it is when the economy seems to be doing well, but I think we can trust them right now.

    If economists started bringing up our hopes, when they knew that this economy still had a way to go down, then that would be hurting Obama politically. So the only reason that they have to say that we will be alright, is if everything will be ok soon.

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