Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Bigsnake, Oct 3, 2008.
Supposedly it's Texas State Rep. Suzanna Gratia-Hupp
I could swear I've heard that somewhere before..
Horray mccain sort of kind of supports the 2nd amendment while dumping on the 1st, 4th, etc.
At least he's not going to ban guns.
He's way better at the 2nd amendment than Obama.
And he can get more than 10% of the popular vote.
It's not going to help anyway. Barack has this election won. The thing we need to focus on is getting rid of him 4 years from now and undoing all the shit he'll do.
What we need to do is fight in this election cycle all the way through.
Then we can get to work on the next one.
I'm pro gun and a conservative but fuck that pussy mother fucking McCain. Obama >McCain. Seriously bro McCain is a joke.
Fuck that. If CA looks to be going Obama (as if that were even a serious "if"..... ), then I might just write in Mal Reynolds.
Hey, if my vote's not going to make a difference anyway, then I might as well make a damn statement while I'm at it.
Voting Baldwin. Voting for McCain is not something I can bring myself to do with a clear conscience. Obama's going to win, folks. McCain has been set up to lose, just as Kerry was set up to lose. These elections are rigged. No one has ANY percent chance to win except the preordanied one.
McCain is a liberal and a fucking worthless sell out coward dork face and I epically refuse to vote for him when that dumb cunt Palin is on the ticket.
Better a dumb cunt for a VP than a dumb cunt for a P.
Still voting for Ron Paul.
McCain is a cunt face, and there's a good chance if McCain is elected that Palin will be president before the term is over. I'd rather have Obama before McCain, and any libertarian before Obama. I haven' decided yet if I'm going to write in Ron Paul or vote Baldwin.
I'm waiting for a fringe candidate to proposed an economic stimulus package that include 10k of ammo for every tax payer to fill out my absentee ballot.
Feeling about him aside, I am curious about the Ron Paul write in crowd and its sway on the election. I am curious how those folks would vote if he was not an option, would they not vote, would the vote for Obama or would they vote for McCain. Its hard for me to make the call because of how radically different he was from the candidates of the two major parties. Regardless of you opinion of him being dead on or completely nuts, you have to think that if he were elected that would be true change, even if you don't think it would be a hopeful. outcome.
Ron Paul isn't on the ballot in all but 1 state, I think. If you write in ANYONE, your vote WILL NOT BE COUNTED. If you're going to vote, at least vote for a canddiate that's on the ballot. There are plenty of choices. Baldwin or Barr would likely put Paul in a better decision-making position than if he were president, anyway.
Vote. Vote for someone on the ballot. If you're in a state you KNOW is going for "the other guy" (your lesser-of-two-evils choice) go ahead and vote 3rd party. You don't get a cookie for voting for the lesser of two evils, and you don't get a cookie for voting for the eventual winner.
Like your vote matters
Stalin had it right - "It's not the people who vote that count. It's the people who count the votes."
you really think voting determines presidency?
you're flat wrong
I understand the logic behind the vote for the 3rd party if you are in a firmly decided state and your vote will make no real difference, I am interested to see which of the 3rd party candidates Paul decides to endorse.
As for the vote not counting if it is written in, do you have a link or some rational to this thought? The total amount of write ins might not be enough to sway a states allotment of votes, but how would a vote for the last option be an different than a vote for any other option on this ballot?