Why would you vote for a candidate even if you didn't believe in them, because of their ethnicity?
Would you vote for a candidate (in any type of election), based on their race, even if they held a different set of beliefs/values than you do?
A. No candidate is going to get you everything you want. So vote for the one that will get more of what you need!
B. Never judge a candidate because of their race, gender, religion, or what their name sounds like. Anyone who does is a bigot.
C. This country is NOT based on a two party system. There are many parties that, altho may be worthy, don't get any respect, or campaign money because they don't cater to the lobbyists.
D. IMO, we need to stop voting for the radical left, or the psyco right. They are ripping our country apart. We should go for the moderates. That way we all get something out of the deal.
E. I don't vote for someone too lead me down their path. I vote for someone too watch my back on MY path.
That wasn't just a good answer...it was a great, passion-filled, five-part answer!
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