Want to know which representative is right for you?
I don't follow politics but I out of curiosity I stumble across
this site that will ask you multiple choice question and
base on your answers, it will give you the candidate who
is right for you.
Try It out.
I know, its like politics for dummies.
But for the sake of humor: I guess I chose Obama. HaHa
by Stacie L 7 years ago
NBC/WSJ poll: Majority would vote out every member of CongressBy NBC's Domenico MontanaroIn a country sharply divided on almost every issue, most Americans agree on one thing: they don't like Congress, and they would vote to replace every single member -- even their own -- if they had the...
by sunforged 7 years ago
Disenfranchisement Movement?Must have had my head in the dirt or clouds or something, but this topic is new "news" to me. Today I have read reports from Rolling Stone, 3rd party Think Tanks, Non Partisan Watchdog groups and many many traditional news sources.So has it been mainstream news...
by Nicola Thompson 6 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 Emer Kelly 6 years ago
Do you think people should have to display an understanding of politics before being allowed to voteI don't mean an in-depth understanding, just a basic one of how government works and what each party/candidate stands for.
by Peeples 6 years ago
Should I just accept that my husband won't vote?I almost never disagree with my husband. However he has the "No need to vote when they're all the same" mentality. I am really wanting him to vote or at least learn the issues because we will be moving to a new tax bracket soon and I believe...
by marinealways24 9 years ago
We use the internet for everything. Why not the internet? If we voted by internet, this would almost cancel out need for politicians. With internet voting, the people could vote on the laws. With internet, the country would trly be run by the people.
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