Regardless of your views, whether they are Republican, Democratic, Libertarian, Independent, etc....I just wanted to say thank you for voting.
I went to the polls at 6am this morning and the lines were out the door and through most of the parking lot. It warmed my heart.
I know these last few weeks, months, there has been hot debate and some not so nice comments back and forth. So I wanted to take a step back from that...and just say thank you for taking the time and interest in our country to vote
I did early voting in Florida last week. It was good to stand in line with everyone. If you don't know, nuts roll down hill, so they all end up in Florida. There were folks from everywhere and every ethnic persuasion. It gave me a great sense of community. It made me feel good to vote for a Puerto Rican with a thick Spanish accent for city council. The most important votes to me were the state and local amendments and referendums.
by mio cid 6 years ago
Is Ron Paul giving birth to a movement that can develop into a full fledged political party?Maybe attracting real independents not the pseudo independents that are really just to the left of the democratic party or to the right of the republican party?
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
Have you ever changed your political stance? What changed your mind? What would change your mind?I find that usually people are stuck to the political side they have chosen. Is it possible to change sides? What might be inspiring to one to go from republican to libertarian? Extreme left to the...
by shazz01109 8 years ago
I'm curious. Why do you affiliate yourself with a particular Party, especially with being a Democrat or Republican?
by American View 20 months ago
If all the I illegal Aliens said tomorrow they are voting Republican, would the Dems desire Voter ID cards, would they want the voter rolls updated, would they have backed Obama's amnesty for the young illegals?
by LiamBean 5 years ago
Now that President Obama has won a second term I can breathe a bit better. But I've got to say I'm deeply disturbed by the rampant voter disenfranchisement that continues even as I write this.Pennsylvania, Ohio, and more glaringly Florida are all accused, rightly so it seems, of trying to skew the...
by Daniel Loves 8 years ago
what made you choose the political party you joined?it doesn't have to be democrat or republican.any party: socialist, green, populist, libertarian, reform. dont hold back
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