will you vote for obama again?

kawigrl kawigrl
do you plan on changing your vote?
01/29/2012
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sweetiejo sweetiejo
I wasn't old enough to vote in the last election so i didn't vote for anyone. But this time i actually would like to vote for Obama, I think he has started to do a lot of good, and could continue on if given the chance.
01/29/2012
T&A1987 T&A1987
voted for him in 08 and, barring a scandal, or horrible discovery, will vote for him in 12.
01/29/2012
FemmeFlo FemmeFlo
I wasn't old enough to vote in the last election either. Honestly, I might vote for Obama as the lesser of two evils, since all the Republican candidates disgust me. Or I might vote for a third party.
01/29/2012
Gigi128 Gigi128
I wouldn't vote for him.
01/29/2012
SMichelle SMichelle
I'll vote for him again, yes.
01/29/2012
voenne voenne
I will vote for him again. In the scheme of things, 4 years isn't really long enough to establish a definite change, while given our current state, the change needs to be very drastic. I would like to see him continue, and hopefully be able to see the change more clearly within the next 4 years.
01/29/2012
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by voenne
I will vote for him again. In the scheme of things, 4 years isn't really long enough to establish a definite change, while given our current state, the change needs to be very drastic. I would like to see him continue, and hopefully be able to ... More
That's what we thought too, there's not enough time in his first term to change things the way he wanted. We'll be voting for him again.
01/29/2012
AileFatale AileFatale
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Originally posted by FemmeFlo
I wasn't old enough to vote in the last election either. Honestly, I might vote for Obama as the lesser of two evils, since all the Republican candidates disgust me. Or I might vote for a third party.
This, exactly.
01/29/2012
Rawhide Rawhide
I'll vote for Obama. He's the best shot we've got.
01/30/2012
Tagmstr Tagmstr
No way in hell would I vote for him
01/30/2012
slynch slynch
Absolutely!
01/31/2012
babychika babychika
ABSOLUTELY
01/31/2012
Beck Beck
I didn't vote for him the first time, will not this time around.
01/31/2012
Lizzy Lizzy
prob not
01/31/2012
married with children married with children
I did not vote for him the first time, and I will not be voting for him this time. I still cant find something he did that helped this country in his almost 4 years. I see nothing good coming from another 4 years of him.
01/31/2012
te te
This will be my first time voting in a presidential election and as of right now he is the strongest contender for my vote by a long shot.
01/31/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
I believe I will again, yes.
01/31/2012
KellyKelly KellyKelly
We gave him a shot, he has ignored the wishes and needs of the country to enrich and empower himself and his colleagues at the expense of the American tax payers of this generation and many generations to come. This has not been the Hope and Change for which I voted.

"President Obama is going to seek reelection. His slogan this time? 'Change you can believe in. This time I promise. Really.'" –Jay Leno
02/01/2012
Ahatmadeofshoes12 Ahatmadeofshoes12
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Originally posted by kawigrl
do you plan on changing your vote?
I absolutely will vote for Obama again. I'm not happy with everything he's done but considering what Bush left him he's done brilliantly. He also brought us the Affordable Health Care Act which means no co-pay birth control. Also, have you seen the alternatives?
02/01/2012
garnet garnet
Yes.
02/09/2012
Hot 'N Sexy TexasMama Hot 'N Sexy TexasMama
Didn't vote for him the first time and definitely won't this time.
02/09/2012
queerasfuck queerasfuck
He's always better for the alternative. Any vote not for Obama is a proxy vote for whatever psycho nut job the Republicans end up nominating.
03/04/2012
smashthepatriarchy smashthepatriarchy
I didn't vote in 2008, I wasn't old enough. However I would have voted for Obama, and I certainly plan to do so this year.
03/04/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
Yes, I may have my problems with him but I have even more problems with the people the Republicans are putting up.
03/05/2012
Khanner Khanner
Although Obama was disappointing, I would much rather vote for him than any of the bizarre fascist nutjobs the Republicans have dug up recently.
03/08/2012
SubmissiveFeminist SubmissiveFeminist
I voted for him last election, and I probably will again. I agree with Khanner: he wasn't the amazing change I was hoping for, but he's the lesser of all the evils.
03/11/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by married with children
I did not vote for him the first time, and I will not be voting for him this time. I still cant find something he did that helped this country in his almost 4 years. I see nothing good coming from another 4 years of him.
Here is a list of more than 200 accomplishments in Obama's first term. Simply the fact that our daughter in Grad School is still able to be covered by our insurance (yes, she has a job, she's a supervisor in a retail store, they don't offer insurance) is a great thing. That, and my youngest child will not have several diagnoses made when she was a small child (Tourette Syndrome and Asperger Syndrome and a history of pneumonia) prevent her from getting health care as she gets older.

Plus more than 200 other reasons. I'm not voting for "I don't watch NASCAR, but a lot of my friends own NASCAR teams" out-of-touch-Dude, Batshit-Crazy Old-Dude, "We're goin' to build on the MOON-Dude" or the guy who was named after the stuff that comes out after anal sex and "I hate women" dude. (Google "Santorum definition.") Despite the fact that I still think Obama did a lot, look at the choices the GOP have offered. Seriously?
03/11/2012
Eliyahu Eliyahu
Didn't vote for him the first time, won't be voting for him this time. Absolutely none of the candidates appeal to me, and it might just stop me from voting at all...I don't feel so great about voting for a perceived "lesser of evils", since I'm still choosing someone I consider to be evil. Need a functional/viable "None of the above" choice that would do something like require a whole new slate of candidates to be voted on or something, and in the interim the current administration stays on as a lame duck (since they obviously didn't win).
03/11/2012
destinationtwilight destinationtwilight
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Originally posted by kawigrl
do you plan on changing your vote?
Not sure
03/12/2012
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