View Poll Results: Are You Sorry You Voted for Obama?

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  • I voted for Obama and am very sorry.

    8 9.41%
  • I voted for Obama and am worried.

    1 1.18%
  • I voted for Obama but not worried.

    7 8.24%
  • I voted for Obama and am pleased with his actions.

    18 21.18%
  • I voted against Obama and scared to death of his actions.

    20 23.53%
  • I voted against Obama and am worried about his actions

    9 10.59%
  • I voted against Obama but not worried about his actions.

    2 2.35%
  • I voted against Obama but am pleased with his actions.

    2 2.35%
  • I did not vote but am afraid of his actions.

    10 11.76%
  • I did not vote but am pleased with his actions.

    8 9.41%
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    Re: Obama Voters -- Are you sorry?

    Quote Originally Posted by ronpaulvoter View Post
    There were OTHER alternatives--
    Third parties are not alternatives in the presidential election. There was exactly zero chance that anybody besides McCain or Obama was going to win the election

    the Libertarian Party (Bob Barr--yes, he had some discrepencies, but he was better than McCain and much better than Obama) and the Constitution Party.
    I just can't take Bob Barr seriously with that mustache

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    Re: Obama Voters -- Are you sorry?

    Quote Originally Posted by ronpaulvoter View Post
    Not vetoing an unconstitutional law would at least be a dereliction of duty.
    based on what precedent? Based on what law? I'm not saying your wrong but I want evidence before I take your word on it.

    But what's worse, he SIGNED it. That makes it treason.
    Even I'm guilty of playing arm-chair lawyer but you are wallowing in nothing but unsubstantiated conjecture right now.

    Do you have any case law or any law for that matter to cite to back these claims? Or is this merely fantasy?
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    Re: Obama Voters -- Are you sorry?

    I inadvertantly hit the wrong choice on the poll-I needed to hit option #5.

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    Re: Obama Voters -- Are you sorry?

    Quote Originally Posted by scourge99 View Post
    and those challenges must be brought up through the proper channels. Perhaps in the future they will be and the courts will rule for or against.

    Personally I hope it is found unconstitutional.

    but as the people we are given limited avenues to address our griviences: voting, influencing politicans, the appeals court, and rebellion.
    You and I know that many of those channels are not a real possibility of changing anything. I don't have any of kind of money required to influence.

    Quote Originally Posted by scourge99 View Post
    they do in a sense: "The people who count the votes decide everything" ~Stalin

    This is analgous to the supreme court and the interpretation of the constitution.
    I dislike the legitimization of their power solely because they took it.
    many of their powers are really not legal but most individuals have no idea what the government is supposed to do.

    I guess I'm a bit scorned from all the corruption on both sides, I mean the current president hasn't even been in a year and it is apparent that he and his staff are corrupt to the gills.
    I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
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    Re: Obama Voters -- Are you sorry?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    You and I know that many of those channels are not a real possibility of changing anything.
    That's for good reason. One unelected person shouldn't be able to change policy and law that governs millions without some type of consensus or authority given through election.

    I don't have any of kind of money required to influence.
    You have influence, but what have you done to use it?

    I dislike the legitimization of their power solely because they took it.
    That is disingenious. They are elected by officials we elect. In fact the process is 100% transparent. Its far from the dishonest assertion you make that SCOTUS judges simply "take power".

    many of their powers are really not legal but most individuals have no idea what the government is supposed to do.
    There's a difference between illegal and unprecedented.

    I guess I'm a bit scorned from all the corruption on both sides, I mean the current president hasn't even been in a year and it is apparent that he and his staff are corrupt to the gills.
    He's not anymore corrupt then all the previous presidents and politicians before him. The mantra of "change" is and always has been for suckers. Its brilliant.
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    Re: Obama Voters -- Are you sorry?

    Quote Originally Posted by bvitrano View Post
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