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Forum Post: Vote for Dave

Posted 6 years ago on Feb. 3, 2012, 3:43 p.m. EST by Coyote1983 (61)
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I'm not a politician. I'm a tech support guy.

Vote for David Young this November if you want real changes to this country.

Ask me any question you want and I'll give you the best answer I can.



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[-] 2 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 6 years ago
[-] 0 points by asauti (-113) from Port Orchard, WA 6 years ago

The funny thing about you saying "I'm not a politician" is...

The minute you ask other people to vote for you, or ask them for the money to fund a campaign to get people to vote for you...

You then become exactly what a "politician" is.

[-] 0 points by XenuLives (1645) from Charlotte, NC 6 years ago

Do you have a website? And what is your political affiliation, in a nutshell?

[-] 3 points by ZenDogTroll (13032) from South Burlington, VT 6 years ago

And if none of the candidates for office are individuals you can support, I will be more than happy to entertain both your vote and your campaign contributions . . . .

[-] 1 points by Coyote1983 (61) 6 years ago

No, I don't yet have a website.

As far as my political affiliation goes, neither the Democrats or the Republicans own me. My budget is zero. I believe in real Christian values: tolerance, understanding, and peacefully reasoning out problems, even if the other side is "obviously" in the wrong.

On some issues, the liberals are right. On other issues, the conservatives are right. On some issues, both sides are wrong, but are too stubborn to admit it.

We need to put a stop to lobbying and lobbyists for good.

As for gay marriage, I believe the government should stay out of marriage. It's none of the government's business who you marry. Yes, I'm a Christian, but if some of these so-called Christians in government today would READ their bible, they would realize it's wrong to for anyone to force their beliefs on someone else. Yes, I believe homosexuality is wrong, but that means I don't do it. Not that I would try to force someone else not to.

As for abortion, I know women. When they have decided to do something, they're gonna do it no matter what. So, while I disagree with abortion, it is better that they have a nice clean, safe clinic to have it done, rather than somewhere not so safe.

I make my living fixing things. I spend my free time fixing things. I admit I'm terrible with trying to fix cars, but that's beside the point. I live to fix things. And this country needs fixed, updated, upgraded, and the government needs rebuilt. After my term in office, I plan to go back to being a tech support guy.

[-] 2 points by fairforall (279) 6 years ago

First of all, I am a zendoggite and it's not likely a candidate will come along who will change my mind.

however, I like your idea that gov. should stay out of marriage. I support gay marriage so we are in agreement. I also support polygamy..........what would be your stand (if any) on that?

[-] 1 points by Coyote1983 (61) 6 years ago

I see no reason why that should be illegal, as long as no one is forced into it.

It would have to be up to the individual church/place of worship/ship at sea whether they would allow polygamous marriage ceremonies on their premises or not.

I can see where it could be advantageous to have 3 or 4 adults in the household to help with the children, chores, income, etc.

I can't see myself in a polygamous relationship, though. Seems like it would be too complicated.

[-] 1 points by fairforall (279) 6 years ago

good answer. Now you got me to thinking........I am not sure of zendog's stand on polygamy. If he is not in support, you may have my support.


[-] 1 points by XenuLives (1645) from Charlotte, NC 6 years ago

I agree with your points. They sound reasoned and wrought with common sense, unlike so much of what constitutes "politics" these days.

[-] 1 points by Coyote1983 (61) 6 years ago

Thank you. I appreciate that.