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Forum Post: OWS claims they are non-partisan, but.....

Posted 12 years ago on Jan. 27, 2012, 2:45 a.m. EST by uncensored (104)
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OWS claims they are non-partisan, but who here will NOT be voting for Obama and the Democrats in November?



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[-] 1 points by ARod1993 (2420) 12 years ago

What are my other choices? Let's see: I can vote for Romney, who's not that far from Obama but still moving in the wrong direction. I can vote for Gingrich, author of such lovely pieces of legislation as the Drug Importer Death Penalty Act of 1996 (which would mandate lethal injection for bringing two ounces of weed over the border) and ideas such as confiscating and institutionalizing the children of couples on welfare. That rounds out the major party choices.

Now on to third party and independent candidates. I could vote for Jill Stein or Rocky Anderson because those are the people whose views correspond most closely to my own, but there's no way in hell they have anywhere near enough votes to their name to pose a credible challenge to anyone, so a vote for them amounts to half a vote for Romney or Gingrich.I could vote for Ron Paul, but he gets far more wrong than he does right and I don't trust him within half a mile of the White House. Thus, by process of elimination, I don't really have a choice to vote for anyone but Obama.

[-] 0 points by owsinlove (83) 12 years ago

Got to look at the local races independently, but I've made my mind up about Obama and I supported him last election.

[-] -1 points by owsinlove (83) 12 years ago

I won't.

[-] 0 points by uncensored (104) 12 years ago

If not O, then who?

[-] 0 points by owsinlove (83) 12 years ago

My guess is Romney will win the nomination, otherwise I would be just throwing my vote away.

[-] -1 points by headlesscross (67) 12 years ago

Excellent question,surely only the crickets will be responding though.