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On the eve of the big day: Who gets your vote?


 

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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    People who have a true interest in our political system do the research to find out. People make time for what they care about the most.


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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    I actually disagree with you on that, and there are some major differences between the Dems and Repubs when it comes to foreign policy stances. However, there were several viable third party candidates running this time, so people can vote otherwise


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    sharewhatuknow 4 years ago

    I agree SweetiePie. My husband is a Prime example of complaining about who is in office, but won't vote or register. And talk about not giving credit where credit is due, my husband gives NO credit to Prez. Obama for the "execution" of Bin Laden.


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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    Wow, I never knew name calling and generalizations were back in vogue. Calling someone a Marxist is usually the tip off.


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Elena (Lady_E) says

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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    You probably know as much as any Americans. We all read the same news articles these days, and I get a feel for how liberal British people feel about David Cameron by reading articles they write. Actually joined some page talking about him.


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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    Very much agreed!


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    William Grant (swordsbane) 4 years ago

    Anyone who says "the alternative" is chilling as though there is only one alternative doesn't get it.


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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    I find Obama compromises with Republicans much right of center, and his health care plan was something out of the Nixon and Dole playbook. The Democratic party has moved to the right, and Republicans have gone far, far right.


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    Christin Sander (ChristinS) 4 years ago

    I'm self-employed and couldn't disagree with you more. Obama's healthcare plan will allow me to have affordable coverage in the future even with my "pre-existing condition" something I could not afford previously. Gas prices will be high under any.


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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    Well if you go by the international community, which I do when picking a leader of my country, Romney will not be the more respected leader. Mitt Romney already has a not so good reputation, just as his blunders at the Olympics in London.


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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    I do not watch TV when it comes to much anymore. I just grab a cup of coffee and read my news online.

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    SweetiePie 4 years ago

    Actually, in some circles have always talked politics. It is usually the polite "no religion and politics dinner/tea time crowd" who abstained from political discussions. My Democratic grandpa and my Republican great aunt used to debate it up.

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