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Have you decided not to vote in the 2012 Presidential Election?


Can you explain your reason for choosing not to vote?

 
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Best Answer MizBejabbers says

4 years ago
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    Linda Crist (lrc7815) 4 years ago

    MizB, you must be inside my brain. You did the right thing, in my opinion. We can't waste a vote this time. I'm not voting for my first choice either for the same reason.


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galleryofgrace says

4 years ago
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    Linda Crist (lrc7815) 4 years ago

    Hi galleryofgrace! Vote your heart but please, make it count. To vote Roseanne is like throwing your ballot in the trash before you leave the polling place.

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watergeek says

4 years ago
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    Linda Crist (lrc7815) 4 years ago

    Hi watergeek. I understand totally but...green needs to show long-term, sustained support to ever get national attention and a chance to win. It's not there yet. A green vote this time is wasted and could throw a win in the wrong direction.

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Hollie Martin (hmartin1233) says

4 years ago
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    Linda Crist (lrc7815) 4 years ago

    You are so right hmartin1233. That is my fear too.


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JThomp42 says

4 years ago
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    someonewhoknows 4 years ago

    Should have voted for "Ron Paul " in 2008. I'm thinking of voting for "Gary Johnson "in 2012. Gary Johnson was literally the single most-qualified candidate running on the Republican ticket in 2011. He was a two-term Republican governor, who won in


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4 years ago
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    hockey8mn 4 years ago

    OPEC controls gas prices, not wall street.


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