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Billie Kelpin says
Tim Mitchell says
I have heard people considering that option as well. But I don't keep up with politics enough to know who would be a good write in choice.
Stopping by just to say, "Hey, dashing." Good to C U. Which one of us has been hiding? Haven't seen U in a while. U're still making a lot of sense & offering up great answers! Cheers!
Good point. I have always been independent, though, so the "how" matters to me a little more on some issues.
Thanks Paula and Shannon.
This is a good thought provoking question.
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There's always the independent nominee to consider. I find it hard to focus on the stances and issues important to me and how they would handle it when I don't care for the character displays of either one. Neither have said much about their plans.
That's Y they have websites, I guess. We're suppose 2 go there when we want details & specifics. I believe many people do that. I prefer 2 "listen & watch" as they lie, parse words, use semantics, manipulate & insult the intelligence of t
The 3rd party candidates R an option,& worth the time 2 walk 2 the polls.It's preferable in terms of @ least "making a statement" as opposed 2 remaining silent. 2day's news flash looks like Wikileaks has offered more dramatic INFO. Hmmm, curious.
Some of us don't have easy access to those sites, though. I have to do everything from my phone now and that's if I have a hotspot connection.
Right...that's a valid reason & there R others I'm sure. There R some people who rely totally on the written word Bcuz believe it or not, some don't desire TV in their home or prefer not 2 watch Politics when they do watch TV.
I'm one of those who don't like watching it. I don't like politics most of the time, but the issues affect us all and they aren't always unavoidable. This time, it seems both written words and TV have shown much about them. Social media too.
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