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Who would you vote for

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Salty, Apr 5, 2008.

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  1. I would vote for Clinton, but not Obama

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  2. I would vote for Obama, but not Clinton

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  3. I plan to vote for McCain

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  4. I plan to vote for Ralph Nader

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  5. I plan to vote for another 3rd party

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  6. With the current candidates, I would not vote

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  7. Other Answer

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  1. Salty

    Salty 20,000 Posts Club
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    How do you think you might vote
     
  2. KenH

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    I would vote for Senator Obama or for Senator Clinton.
     
  3. Salty

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    Opps:tonofbricks: I knew there was one option I left out:BangHead:
     
  4. LeBuick

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    Me too, I am definately going democratic this election...
     
  5. Tom Bryant

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    I'll probably vote for Senator McCain, unless Ronald Reagan comes back from the dead.

    It won't be, but if it was between Senator Obama and Senator Clinton, I'd vote for Obama.
     
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    The prospect of voting for any of the above traitors turns my stomach. I won't be party to the ruination of the USA. Y'all gleefully have at it though and more power to ya.
     
  7. Salty

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    So are you voting 3rd party, not vote or what?:confused:
     
  8. Tom Bryant

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    The idea that any of these men and women have betrayed thier country is at best silly and at worst a lie. I disagree with them, but at least one did time for serving his country and stayed in prison when he could have come home because he didn't want to give the enemy a propaganda victory.

    You ought to apologize.
     
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    Either.

    I would vote for Obama or Hillary too.
     
  10. dragonfly

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    I said I would vote for Obama but not Clinton. Actually, I might vote for Clinton, but I don't think she will win the nomination.
     
  11. SBCPreacher

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    I'm voting pro-life. And the only pro-life candidate I know of is McCain.
     
  12. I Am Blessed 24

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    I am voting for McCain.
     
  13. saturneptune

    saturneptune New Member

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    If McCain picks a VP like Romney or another moderate/liberal, I will vote for the nominee of the Constitution Party. I may vote for McCain with a strong conservative VP.
     
  14. Salty

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    The first question I have is "who is/will be the nominee of the Constitution Party. I would not make a blanket statement like that until I know who the candidate is. Party loyality is one thing but blind fatith is totally someting else.

    Here is NY I am an officer of the city committe of the NY Conservative Party. But that doesent mean I always vote on Row D.

    Salty
     
  15. saturneptune

    saturneptune New Member

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    That is a good point. Their convention is April 23-26, so I will know by then. Like I said, I am going wait until McCain picks a VP. One thing is definite, there is no way I am voting for the two clowns running on the Democratic ticket.

    Our state has closed primaries, and it is on May 20th. On the Republican side, it is really an exercise in futility.
     
  16. KenH

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    Are there no state or local races on the GOP side?
     
  17. KenH

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    Interesting results so far in this poll. Only half of the voters would vote for Senator McCain - and this in a forum dominated by extremely politically conservative Christian voters.
     
  18. saturneptune

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    Not this year. The Republican nominees (incumbent) for Congress are unopposed. Our governor's race, and most local elections were held in 2007. We just threw out the Republican governor over a hiring scandal.
     
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    Two of the top candidates are Alan Keyes and Roy Moore. I could vote for either.
     
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    I will vote for McCain. Voting for todays Democrat party is out of the question for me. Obama is a big phony. Clinton is a liar. And both are socialists.
     
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