For whom should I vote

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, Dec 13, 2011.

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I would vote for

  1. The candidate who will do the best job

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  2. The candidate who can best beat the opponent

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  3. The candidate who best upholds my moral values

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  4. other

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  5. Why vote - what difference does it make

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  1. Salty

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  2. InTheLight

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    Vote for someone that can beat Obama. This eliminates Michelle Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, and probably Ron Paul. I'm not counting Jon Huntsman out because he might surprise in New Hampshire. He's hanging his campaign on New Hampshire and if he does badly in New Hampshire he's done.
     
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    In this go round I believe I'm going to go with the 'The candidate who best upholds my moral values'.

    I voted for Ron Paul in the primary last time and for McCain in the general election. Don't get me wrong, I've much respect for Senator McCain, but he was still 'the lesser of the two evils' with me then. Before I'll vote for Gingrich in the general election I think I'll either abstain or vote for a third party that does suit my moral values this time.

    I'd really like to see Ron Paul pull it off for the Republican nominee this time; I believe this will be the last time we'll have this chance. jmho
     
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  4. OldRegular

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    Anybody but a Kentucky Redneck!
     
  5. kyredneck

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    LOL, whaddaya think OR? Think I'd surround myself with more hillbillys if I was in office? I like your way of thinking, I might come try recruit you for a cabinet position or advisor or White House staff!
     
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    Best i can figure your white house would look worse than old Andy Jackson. How you going to keep them folks from Breathitt out?
     

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