View Poll Results: How Will You Vote in 2010?

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  • Strong Fiscal Conservative Republicans

    26 56.52%
  • Moderate Republicans

    4 8.70%
  • Fiscal Liberal Republicans

    0 0%
  • Libertarians (whenever on the ballot)

    18 39.13%
  • Strong Fiscal Conservative Democrats

    11 23.91%
  • Moderate Democrats

    6 13.04%
  • Fiscal Liberal Democrats

    5 10.87%
  • Fiscal Conservative (Independents or other third party)

    14 30.43%
  • Moderate (Independents or other third party)

    4 8.70%
  • Fiscal Liberal (Independents or other third party)

    1 2.17%
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Thread: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    I vote for candidates, not parties or political ideologies

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinDeeMan View Post
    Were not confiscating businesses from owners!?!?!?!?!

    1. GM
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    4. Health Care - Well soon to be.

    That shut me right up


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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Heh. You ask that question as if I have a choice in the matter. I can either vote for the incumbent or for whoever the Democrats put up and even if the Democrat is worth voting for, which isn't a safe bet, the vote's going to be a landslide in favor of the incumbent.

    Please, by all means continue pretending this is a democratic government. The pageantry of these quaint "elections" amuses me.

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    I will vote for any and every non-incumbent who wants less government, less spending, and lower taxes, at every level of government.

    Doesn't matter what party affiliation they have. If they are in office, that should disqualify them from holding office.

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Korimyr the Rat View Post
    Heh. You ask that question as if I have a choice in the matter. I can either vote for the incumbent or for whoever the Democrats put up and even if the Democrat is worth voting for, which isn't a safe bet, the vote's going to be a landslide in favor of the incumbent.

    Please, by all means continue pretending this is a democratic government. The pageantry of these quaint "elections" amuses me.
    Are you just upset because there isn't a solid facist candidate to vote for?
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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    I will vote for any and every non-incumbent who wants less government, less spending, and lower taxes, at every level of government.

    Doesn't matter what party affiliation they have. If they are in office, that should disqualify them from holding office.
    Well, looks like you won't be voting in the midterm elections

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post

    That shut me right up

    lol Just trying to make my point don't mean to sound harsh.
    I just don't like being told what to do, parsley because I am a teen maybe IDK.
    Anyway I do not want anyone running my life especially the government.
    There is a popular Chinese maxim: "The hat is good, the shoes are good. However, if you put the hat on your feet, and the shoes on your head, then both become useless."

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    I will vote for any and every non-incumbent who wants less government, less spending, and lower taxes, at every level of government.

    Doesn't matter what party affiliation they have. If they are in office, that should disqualify them from holding office.
    I agree!
    There is a popular Chinese maxim: "The hat is good, the shoes are good. However, if you put the hat on your feet, and the shoes on your head, then both become useless."

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    Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinDeeMan View Post
    lol Just trying to make my point don't mean to sound harsh.
    I just don't like being told what to do, parsley because I am a teen maybe IDK.
    Anyway I do not want anyone running my life especially the government.
    Fair enough but keep in mind you have only had 6 months. You can handle 8 years. If your country survived 8 years of Bush, you can handle anything

    Try having it for 12 years.
    Labour has gotten to being such a joke.
    You will not believe what teachers do now, i went to my sisters sports day where they do egg races and running etc. and the children were racing and another kid won and with obvious delight started clapping her hands saying she is the winner when the teacher turned and said "No, we are all winners" and proceded to give everyone a medal, even the fatso who came last


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    Thumbs down Re: Midterm elections -- 2010 -- How will you vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    Fair enough but keep in mind you have only had 6 months. You can handle 8 years. If your country survived 8 years of Bush, you can handle anything

    Try having it for 12 years.
    Labour has gotten to being such a joke.
    You will not believe what teachers do now, i went to my sisters sports day where they do egg races and running etc. and the children were racing and another kid won and with obvious delight started clapping her hands saying she is the winner when the teacher turned and said "No, we are all winners" and proceded to give everyone a medal, even the fatso who came last
    Bush = BAD

    8 years of this will change America into something you, me, and everyone else will despise. Obama will not win the next term, Why he is trying to change things to fast. What happens when you get no sleep and you have a term paper due in 3 or 4 hours? You rush to get the paper done so you can at least get some credit right? Well you would not have done as good a job on it as if you would have worked on it through out the week. I am the type of person that if I start something I like to do a good job on it and think it through making sure their are no flaws in what I am doing. Obama is that kid that has only got 3 or 4 hours when he has 4 years to think things through.
    There is a popular Chinese maxim: "The hat is good, the shoes are good. However, if you put the hat on your feet, and the shoes on your head, then both become useless."

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