election day - who are you voting for?

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election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Blorx » Mon Nov 03, 2008 8:50 pm

i can't vote for anyone...i'm 15...but those of you that can vote, who are you voting for?

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Starrz » Mon Nov 03, 2008 9:33 pm

Mickey Mouse or Chcuk Norris! :D viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4146

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Count Roland » Mon Nov 03, 2008 9:37 pm

I voted for the pope.

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Starrz » Mon Nov 03, 2008 9:52 pm

lol yea

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Jeff » Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:12 pm

Should this thread be, you know, a poll?

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Starrz » Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:30 pm

Jeff wrote:Should this thread be, you know, a poll?
Well Blorx did obviously did not know that Chuck Norris, Mickey Mouse, and The Pope were going to run. (Superior Party, Cartoon Party, Holy Party)

So i made a Poll viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4155

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Jendraz » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:09 pm

Obama. I'm not one of his huge supporters, but I think his policies are better.

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by nerodx » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:23 pm

I just got back from vandalizing all of the McCain signs all over our town, we took them and threw them all over the place, we ding dong ditched, I took one of the signs and now I am about to write a bunch of crap on it then hang it in my room. Fun fun fun.

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by nutcracker » Tue Nov 04, 2008 2:10 am

Even tho I live in Finland, I'd vote for Obama :p

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Lugaruman100 » Tue Nov 04, 2008 2:32 am

Qualified to vote yet......

I'm not a hardcore socialist nor a person who leans left so I'm not voting for Obama, I'm not a hardcore conservative nor a one who leans right so I'm not voting for Mccain.

I judge by intuition not by what other people want me to think....
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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Chainsaw man » Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:22 am

I think Obama is a step to change, I do how ever think hes gonna be another Kennedy, but I may be wrong. My Uncel hates him (because, quite Frankly, my Uncel is a Doosh bag who thinks Socalisem is Communisem, (I personaly belive that Socalisem is a wonderful Government and a WIP, It is one I would Rather live with, I belive the Government SHOULD look after its People, while letting people have the Freedom to advance with personal goals) :| ) Because he belives that Abortions should be made Illegal, Obama Stands nowhere on it last I heard. McCane how ever stands for what he belives in, LIKE GEORGE BUSH! Yes, he is a bush fan, He gose on about "Liberals" Doing unmentonalbe things to Ameraca, I find it amusing since they have not been in power since the 80's as far as I know of.

I relly think people need to pass an IQ Test when voting, paticularly in the subject aboves case :wink:

Random note: McCanes sounds like a Brand of frozen Vegitables in New Zealand.
There Product phrase was "Ah McCane, you done it again!" or with there Frozen Pizzas "Ah McCane, its a Mirrical again!"
I ocasonaly use to make a joke of what they would say if they sold Baked Beans, (if you cant think of it, you REALLY are too uncreative) Ah McCane! YOU FARTED AGAIN X_X

Ask yourself, do you think any of those Apply to John McCane?

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Lugaruman100 » Tue Nov 04, 2008 4:45 am

Socialism and conservatism both have downfalls. In the end it's about how a person is manipulated, how their raised. Being that I grew up in a very divided, hell... who doesn't grow up in a bias, limited thinking country I have a hard time believing the leftest of leaders and the rightest of leaders who manipulate individuals into doing their bidding. That's why I believe moderation is needed.

Call me an Ayn Rand in a sense of denouncing both bides but that's what I think.

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Jendraz » Tue Nov 04, 2008 2:53 pm

You're with the majority of the world in believing in moderation.

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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Blorx » Tue Nov 04, 2008 2:54 pm

too bad they don't vote for moderation
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Re: election day - who are you voting for?

Post by Starrz » Tue Nov 04, 2008 4:30 pm

nerodx wrote:I just got back from vandalizing all of the McCain signs all over our town, we took them and threw them all over the place, we ding dong ditched, I took one of the signs and now I am about to write a bunch of crap on it then hang it in my room. Fun fun fun.
Ya know just because you don't like the other canidate, doesn't mean you have to be an asshole and vandalize the signs. That's the what's wrong with America. Nobody respects each others opinions. Everybody has to make this campaign a damn slaughter house.

You, my friend, should be put in jail for that. Not for vandalizing the signs, but for being a total inconsiderate biiatch.

How could you people consider yourself Americans? :x

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