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Cast Your Vote:

    • Romney -- Votes: 40
    • Obama -- Votes: 69
    • I don't vote -- Votes: 12
    • Eff it, I'm voting for the GREEN party this year ;P -- Votes: 6
    • Other, explain -- Votes: 11
khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting ♡k+1:" I'm not trying to argue here but I'm voting Obama that's it. You vote for who you want to vote for, and I'll do the same. It's not a big deal. :)"


I'm voting for GJ and elections are a huge deal. You are voting for who you want to be the leader of the free world for the next four years.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting khigh:" I'm voting for GJ and elections are a huge deal. You are voting for who you want to be the leader of the free world for the next four years."


I agree but I refuse to argue over who I'm voting for. Elections are important, but arguing isn't.

SpaceCowgirl Due December 21; 3 kids; Oregon 20240 posts
1st Nov '12

Lol, isn't it funny that liberals have been telling their voting constituents that they are champions of gay rights while the republican candidate is going to take away their abortions for decades...



Yet after several republican presidents, abortions are still legal, and after several democrat presidents, gay marriage still isn't?



Don't you guys find that a bit odd?

C.K.I Due September 10 (girl); 2 kids; Texas 13314 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting SpaceCowgirl:" Lol, isn't it funny that liberals have been telling their voting constituents that they are champions ... [snip!] ... are still legal, and after several democrat presidents, gay marriage still isn't? Don't you guys find that a bit odd?"


Exactly. I don't see how anyone, with a clear conscience, could vote for Obama after Benghazi. Also, what has Obama done for gay rights? Oh right, little to nothing.



But hey, there is actually a candidate that does support gay rights, along with many other social issues. His name is Gary Johnson. If you're only voting because of social issues, why not vote for someone who isn't sitting around letting our ambassadors die?

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 22822 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting ♡k+1:" I'm not trying to argue here but I'm voting Obama that's it. You vote for who you want to vote for, and I'll do the same. It's not a big deal. :)"


First of all, you are in a D & D about the candidates.
Secondly, when there is more evidence that things will not change on social issues and piles of evidence about change in the economy, wouldnt you put your logical reasoning to work and vote for jobs and economic growth?

DisneyMommy 34 kids; Florida 6301 posts
1st Nov '12

I am choosing not to vote.



I am almost ashamed to say it, lol, because I was raised in a very politically active family where it was drilled into our heads that if you dont vote you dont count & have no right to complain.



I do not like Romney and I am anti-republican, so I can not vote for Romney.



Despite being a Democrat with views that fall between middle-of-the-road to liberal, I can not vote for Obama. I dont hate or dislike Obama, and was a major supporter and voted for him last election, but I am dissapointed in him, I feel as if he blows a lot of hot air and says all the right things, but it is just hot smoke.



Soooo........nobody. Not putting my vote in, the chips will fall where they will.

~*Julie Blue Eyes*~ 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6244 posts
status 1st Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" I'm not trying to argue here but I'm voting Obama that's it. You vote for who you want to vote for, and I'll do the same. It's not a big deal. :)"</blockquote>



Then get out of D&D.



No one (Republican or Democrat) has even attempted to throw out Roe V Wade. It won't happen. It's been a NON issue for decades. All talk.



Why didn't Obama legalize gay marriage with an executive order, if he's so for it? Why didn't he close Gitmo? Why did he watch Americans die when he could have stopped it?



SO many questions; all unanswered.



You haven't stated one, single, solid reason for keeping this man in office. You believe his words, instead of his ACTIONS.



Maya Angelou says, "When people show you who they are, BELIEVE THEM."



You should consider heeding those words of wisdom.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting ~Julie Blue Eyes~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" I'm not trying to argue here but I'm voting ... [snip!] ... Maya Angelou says, "When people show you who they are, BELIEVE THEM." You should consider heeding those words of wisdom."


Okay fine forget those two issues then. I still think Romney is a shit face. I don't believe Obama is a saint either but for me he's a better option.

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
1st Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" Okay fine forget those two issues then. I still think Romney is a shit face. I don't believe Obama is a saint either but for me he's a better option. "</blockquote>




Libya, Afghanistan, Iran, Israel. All damn good reasons not to vote for him. His foreign policy sucks.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting TheNuge:" First of all, you are in a D & D about the candidates. Secondly, when there is more evidence ... [snip!] ... of evidence about change in the economy, wouldnt you put your logical reasoning to work and vote for jobs and economic growth?"


Before Obama my mother barely had two jobs, and now she has four. Three of them are security jobs and the other is an aide at a special needs school.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting khigh:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" Okay fine forget those two issues then. I ... [snip!] ... "</blockquote> Libya, Afghanistan, Iran, Israel. All damn good reasons not to vote for him. His foreign policy sucks."


Maybe so but again I'm still voting for him. He at least has a chance of winning.

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
1st Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" Before Obama my mother barely had two jobs, and now she has four. Three of them are security jobs and the other is an aide at a special needs school. "</blockquote>




And, if the economy didn't suck, she wouldn't need four jobs.

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
1st Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" Maybe so but again I'm still voting for him. He at least has a chance of winning. "</blockquote>




I vote on principle, not popularity.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting khigh:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♡k+1:</b>" Before Obama my mother barely had two jobs, ... [snip!] ... is an aide at a special needs school. "</blockquote> And, if the economy didn't suck, she wouldn't need four jobs."


But at least she has them. She is supporting herself with no help from the gov't.

Bangtail 50 kids; Katy, Texas 7751 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting SpaceCowgirl:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ★Momma Dee★:</b>" EXACTLY!! I just read that Romney ... [snip!] ... He's not convincing at all."</blockquote> Yes, and we all know the president's job is to give poor people free stuff."


You're racist for saying that. The AP says so.