Okay, it's now July 2012. Economic numbers are posted, gas prices, employment numbers...etc, are known for the summer months. SO....How you voting now?

Bignuf Bignuf
Completely confidential.....be honest. How are you going to vote in November???
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Obama
23
Romney
8
Other Candidate
8
Won't vote (why not???)
8
OTHER???
4
Total votes: 51 (48 voters)
Poll is closed
07/10/2012
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Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
Maybe Ron Paul, at least he isn't fake, and doesn't have the weirdass ideas about how this country should go on.
07/10/2012
DreamWolf DreamWolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Master DarkWolf
Maybe Ron Paul, at least he isn't fake, and doesn't have the weirdass ideas about how this country should go on.
Indeed, only... ^^
07/10/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
I have no idea…
07/11/2012
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
1. Romney and his social conservatism terrifies me.

2. Obama has done a lot for my demographic.
07/11/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Master DarkWolf
Maybe Ron Paul, at least he isn't fake, and doesn't have the weirdass ideas about how this country should go on.
Ron Paul has the more than his share of weirdass ideas - he couldn't get elected dog catcher in most towns.
07/11/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
I'm voting for Obama. He has his faults, like any politician, but he's stood up for the rights on LGBTQ Americans far more than any other candidate.
07/11/2012
humblepie humblepie
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Ron Paul has the more than his share of weirdass ideas - he couldn't get elected dog catcher in most towns.
LOL that's what I was thinking! Libertarians are definitely not immune from weirdness, esp Ron Paul.
07/11/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Completely confidential.....be honest. How are you going to vote in November???
I'm SOOO torn! I don't know this time! All I know is I damn sure ain't voting Obama. Never did in the first place and am proud of it.
07/11/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
Quote:
Originally posted by thisisadeletedaccount
I'm voting for Obama. He has his faults, like any politician, but he's stood up for the rights on LGBTQ Americans far more than any other candidate.
That's why? OK.

First of all, I believe he did that suddenly as a ploy to get everyone to vote for him again. Secondly, it's amazing that he SAID he supports them, BUT that's not enough for me to vote for him.
07/11/2012
Annemarie Annemarie
I'm a golden (libertarian) girl that lives in a very red (republican) state that votes in the electoral college as a statewide plurality, meaning that whoever gets the majority vote in my state gets all of the electoral votes, which is the norm in most of the US.

So, I'm not voting. My vote (for Obama, because, really, better the devil you know than the devil you don't) would be absolutely wasted. Why bother?
07/11/2012
Annemarie Annemarie
Quote:
Originally posted by kendra30752
That's why? OK.

First of all, I believe he did that suddenly as a ploy to get everyone to vote for him again. Secondly, it's amazing that he SAID he supports them, BUT that's not enough for me to vote for him.
ALL sides say crap as a ploy to get votes. It's called politics. It's what you do.
07/11/2012
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I don't follow US politics (much). I haven't seen these figures. Do they show an improvement, or a downward turn?
07/11/2012
Mrs.Intensity Mrs.Intensity
WHY does Obama have the most votes so far in this poll??

I feel like however I vote, I am damned if I do and damned if I don't... it's like picking the lesser of two evils. It will definitely NOT be Obama.
07/11/2012
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
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Originally posted by kendra30752
That's why? OK.

First of all, I believe he did that suddenly as a ploy to get everyone to vote for him again. Secondly, it's amazing that he SAID he supports them, BUT that's not enough for me to vote for him.
I agree...seems like the suddenly did that so he'd get a vast amount of people voting for him.

I don't vote. I don't get into politics...
07/11/2012
Allstars316 Allstars316
I'm going to vote for Obama
07/11/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
I have a bit of an odd political standpoint. I am liberal on social issues (health care, education, street repairs, cops, etc. paid by taxes. Often labeled with the buzz word 'socialist.') But I am more conservative on other issues, in the sense where I want to be left alone. I don't like red light cameras, it's ridiculous to consider having cameras in the home like some countries, and I hate the concept of taxing certain foods because the government decides they're bad for you.

Because of this I'm torn. I feel like Romney's gonna mess up all of the liberal concepts I stand for, but Obama isn't going to stop with social issues that I agree with. I wonder if Nater's still running.
07/11/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by Ryuson
I have a bit of an odd political standpoint. I am liberal on social issues (health care, education, street repairs, cops, etc. paid by taxes. Often labeled with the buzz word 'socialist.') But I am more conservative on other issues, in the ... More
I kind of see where you're coming from, but the last time Nader ran, he for all intents and purposes PUT GWB in office. He's OFF my list of anyone I'll ever vote for for that reason alone. Let's just say I'll never forgive him.

I'm voting Obama. He's isn't the Great Hope we all wanted him to be but, damn, he's more honest and less crazy than any of the competition. I think we'll go backwards with Romney and I think the Rich will only get richer with him and the middle class will take all the brunt. I also don't want my kids to lose their health care, which could happen with Romney; which also makes Romney a hypocrite, because "Obamacare" is basically what he wanted when he was Gov of Massachusetts. Now, he wants to appeal exactly what he stood up for, only to please more "conservative conservatives." Uh Uh.

I happen to agree with Gunsmoke about Ron Paul. (Cue the Woody Woodpecker theme.)
07/11/2012
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
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Originally posted by P'Gell
I kind of see where you're coming from, but the last time Nader ran, he for all intents and purposes PUT GWB in office. He's OFF my list of anyone I'll ever vote for for that reason alone. Let's just say I'll never forgive him. ... More
Agreed. I also can't support a conservative candidate considering all of the attacks conservatives have made on reproductive rights in the last few years. I am a proud supporter of Planned Parenthood, and I truly believe that the repeated attempts by conservatives to deny the organization funding do a great disservice to our society.
07/11/2012
G&L G&L
I'm a conservative economically, so Romney, but if you're looking for a laugh you should youtube Vermin Supreme- he'll give you a pony.
07/11/2012
gloomybear gloomybear
I'm a democrat so I'm definitely voting for Obama plus i agree with a majority of his views
07/11/2012
Michele Michele
Undecided
07/11/2012
AmberM AmberM
Romney, Romney, ROMNEY! ;3 Yepyep. I'm voting for Mitt Romney (:
07/11/2012
Ex-prude Ex-prude
Not going to vote because I'm not registered and I don't really care
08/13/2012
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I've decided to vote for Obama because he's the lesser of two evils in my eye. I'm very liberal on social issues and they're very important to me.
08/13/2012
xOhxSoxScandalousx xOhxSoxScandalousx
Not voting.
08/13/2012
Rey Rey
i'm in AU so i can't vote! but i can see that things sure do get fired up over there..
08/14/2012
GONE! GONE!
Not voting. I feel strongly that there's no way to change the system from within the system and while I was originally going to vote for Obama I just disagree with too many things he has done. I believe he is a good man at heart but all politicians are controlled by money and corporations. =/
08/14/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I would vote for Gary Johnson or Ron Paul, as the only potential candidates out there who have read the Constitution. It's obvious Romney and Obama have only given it the most cursory glance, and I think both of their economic policies would be disastrous. Romney's slightly less so, since Obama's primary economic policy is to accept gigantic donations from Wall Street, give them gigantic bailouts, and then claim he's totally against them. The hypocrisy burns me up.

Also, Obama has spent more in his one term than all other presidents combined. Ever. But he attached his first bailout (the giant one to huge corporations and banks) to Bush, even though he signed the bill, so there's that. Then there's his expansion of the Patriot Act (which Romney would continue) and his drone strikes on a country we're not even at war with. Not to mention "Fast and Furious", which was apparently done to increase gun laws on law-abiding American citizens, rather than actually help control drug-related violence on the border.

I'm tired of living in 'Brave New World', where people my age have an unemployment rate of almost 13%, even though we're the most highly educated generation in history, and being told that we owe our good fortune to the freedom that our benevolent government has provided for us, and we should be doing things like mandatory volunteering to show our gratitude. Our gratitude for what, I don't know - natural rights do not come from the government, and we should not be kowtowing and giving thanks and service for the simple fact that they aren't taking them away as quickly as some other countries. I'm pissed off and I'm baffled that more people my age aren't pissed off, or are pissed off at the wrong people. Big Corporations didn't create this mess by themselves. They had tons and tons of very enthusiastic help from the Big Government that is daily finding new ways to erode our rights. Big Corporations are greedy, yes. But they only want your money. Big Government is made up of people who think they know how to live your life better than you do, so why is giving them more authority the "liberal", "progressive", or "free-thinking" thing to do?

Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" should be required reading.
08/14/2012
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
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Originally posted by thisisadeletedaccount
I'm voting for Obama. He has his faults, like any politician, but he's stood up for the rights on LGBTQ Americans far more than any other candidate.
I agree with this. Besides, I'm not keen on having my human rights taken away by some old man who doesn't understand the world we live in.
08/14/2012
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Unique posters: 28