Do you think that unsupport will win the presidential election?
What I mean by that is do you think that unsupport (anyone but Obama attitude) will decide the election rather than legitimate support for the opposing candidate?
I think it could go either way, but I bet that non-voters will elect one or the other by not voting. Neither candidate has given us anything to be inspired about, not like Obama's first run at the presidency.
Romney says he will get rid of Obama Care. I think that's something to look forward to!
Not if it keeps you from going to the doctor.
I agree, I don't think that Obama Care is necessarily a bad thing. But then again, I also don't think the candidates have really given us anything to vote for.
I hope it will be one factor to defeat Obama. I'm sure my opinion will not be popular on Hubpages, as I suspect most hubbers find him favorable, but Mr. Obama needs to go. His record has been mediocre, and the economy is barely alive. Whether Governor Romney is the best choice is a moot point. We have not had a good choice of the best candidate since Kennedy vs Nixon, and that could be a stretch. In the last 40 years, it's been a choice between the lesser of two evils. Money, popularity, and self-serving rhetoric seem to be the only things that select a candidate. Nevertheless, as flawed as it is, I would not want to have any other political process or live in another country.
Someone named Unsupport is going to be on the ballot?
Hallelujah! I may have someone to vote for after all!
It is one of the factor decides the election. Support from all corners will help to a greater extent to win the election.
Yes, I think if the choice was Obama or Not Obama, we would have anon-entity for POTUS!
It is quite possible . Who knows what really decides the elections anyway?
No; but I think it is possible that the disenchanted intellengia will not vote at all and will hand the election to the always-vote-hardy Republican supporters. I'm not sure I really care who wins the election. Obama is a bright person, but he is a horrible president. On the other hand, other guy will give us another 2008-style recession. I'm not voting.
I think I have the question right. I think unsupport will win because a lot of folks seem to be opting out of the election all together. Don't agree with that tactic but most people that I am hearing, even on hubpages are not planning on voting.
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