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2012 Presidential Poll for May 2012

2012 Presidential Poll for May 2012   8 votes

  1. 1. If the 2012 Presidential Election were being held today, who would you vote for or support?

    • Gary Johnson
      1
    • Barak Obama
      0
    • Ron Paul
      2
    • Mitt Romney
      3
    • Another candidate
      0
    • Would not vote
      0
  2. 2. Who would you NEVER vote for or support?

    • Gary Johnson
      1
    • Barak Obama
      6
    • Ron Paul
      1
    • Mitt Romney
      0
  3. 3. Who do you think will win?

    • Gary Johnson
      0
    • Barak Obama
      1
    • Ron Paul
      0
    • Mitt Romney
      5
    • Another candidate
      0

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I said I vote for Mitt the Plastic Mormon is the election were held today. But only while pinching my nostrils tightly shut.

Mitt, as bogus as he is, has one prime virtue. He is not Barak Obama.

ruveyn

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I agree with Ruveyn except for the Plastic Mormon part. I'm not very interested in anyone's religiosity so I would replace Mormon with Man. It is just incredible to me to know that we have no one to vote for who believes in individual rights, not even Ron Paul, a term not even mentioned in politics for god know how many years. I believe that Obama bin Laden (a term I use and do not mean it comically because I think he is a worse enemy to this country than Osama bin Laden ever was) has a base philosophy in socialism. Technically he is a statist but statism is simply a rung on the ladder to socialism.

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America needs to rebuild her individualistic foundations. Electing Romney, and all elections local, State, and Federal are a step towards that important goal. Allowing ObaMAO another four years would be disasterous. Yes, there are many RINO's we must battle ideaologically, but it is more effective swaying a RINO to doing the right thing than a jackass.

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Yes, there are many RINO's we must battle ideaologically, but it is more effective swaying a RINO to doing the right thing than a jackass.

A RINO, even if he doesn't do the right thing is of value because he can give the Republicans a majority and control of the House and Senate. That helps key Republicans (who, on average, are much better than most RINOs) get key committee chairmanships. With a Republican majority in the Senate, Harry Reid and liberal Democrats can't bottle up our legislation in committee or prevent it from coming to the floor for a vote.

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