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Who do you plan to vote for in the presidential election?

Barack Obama
28% (251 votes)
Mitt Romney
65% (583 votes)
7% (61 votes)
Total votes: 895
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Watchman on the Wall
Watchman on the Wall 10/08/12 - 05:59 pm
OOPS! My first post showing

OOPS! My first post showing the falicy of each candidates POLITICO-RELIGION was accidently errased.
Please allow me to rewrite this in a nicer gentler way ok?
I'll start with our Presidents words last Thursday after he forgot to prepare for truths against his lies presented by Romney.
Obama said "Don't be Duped by Romneys words," Funny how this is coming from the #1 SUPER DUPER, DUPER with the GR8EST HOAX ever played on America with his election.
Willard Romney gets my vote solely on his Moral, Family Values and Caring for America alone, none of which Obama comes even close too.
Please Vote even though by the time we do vote it will be over in the lower 48.

spwright 10/08/12 - 05:34 pm
Mon. 10/8/12 How about this

Mon. 10/8/12
How about this One ?
ONLY those Peninsula Residents that VOTED in the Oct.2nd Election are allowed to VOTE in the November 6th Election ?

Does THAT get your attention ?

Period End of Story

Watchman on the Wall
Watchman on the Wall 10/08/12 - 06:06 pm
Any one wanna bet that Obama

Any one wanna bet that Obama comes out with a supposed Peace deal with Iran any day now to inhance his reelection hopelessness chances?
If your an American, you have the right to vote or not vote and placing restrictions on people who don't vote or didn't vote in the last election is UNAMERICAN, but typical of Obama supporters with their out of control, CONTROL ideals.
Voting is not a condition of Citizenship for Americans under OUR Constituion, it may very well be under the coming revised one Obama and his followers want for America, but not now.
Simply amazing the ideas people come up with to force others to do things.

lkpomn912 10/09/12 - 12:06 pm
Pick the person who will be

Pick the person who will be less socialist and more Capitalist.
Free Market Capitalism is the proven path to prosperity.

gfds98765 10/09/12 - 12:11 pm
President ‘OTHER’ Vote for

President ‘OTHER’ Vote for Mr. Other for president.
Hay ‘other’ voters. If you’d pitch in with the dems you could help BHO keep his job. If you throw in with the repubs you could put Rom on the path to restoring your prosperity.

freedomlibertytruth 10/09/12 - 12:50 pm
Your MONEY, the economy is

Your MONEY, the economy is the top issue facing all us.
Who will create good jobs, reduce the debt & deficit.
Which candidate will support us in KEEPING MORE of our own money?

Those of you who are still on the fence, you benefit from picking one or the other in order that they may WORK FOR YOU. Voting for a candidate that is guaranteed to lose, (an other) will remove your chance of promoting your causes. A loser disappears after the election, toothless.

But if you vote for someone who WINS --

When you win, you get to PUSH your President towards your goals. YOU ARE IN THE POWER POSITION. Put yourself in the winner’s circle and fight for your goals.

oldwolf49 10/10/12 - 02:43 am
Seriously, lets be done

Seriously, lets be done hearing from the drug addicts who really don't know what's going on and those who vote repugnatcon just because they always have. The Mitts has zero credibility and zero plans for the nation other than to run it farther into the ground that W did making him and his pals richer by the second. How anyone would vote repugnatcon in the current light of obstructionism, deceit, lies and out right ignorance is beyond me. Anyone voting repugnatcon in this election does not love America, period.

Sam Von Pufendorf
Sam Von Pufendorf 10/10/12 - 08:31 am
From George Washington's

From George Washington's Farewell Address 1796

"Without looking forward to an extremity of this kind (which nevertheless ought not to be entirely out of sight), the common and continual mischiefs of the spirit of party are sufficient to make it the interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it.
It serves always to distract the public councils and enfeeble the public administration. It agitates the community with ill-founded jealousies and false alarms, kindles the animosity of one part against another, foments occasionally riot and insurrection. It opens the door to foreign influence and corruption, which finds a facilitated access to the government itself through the channels of party passions. Thus the policy and the will of one country are subjected to the policy and will of another."

George Washington argued that political parties needed to be restrained in a free country with a government empowered by the consent of the governed and established through popular elections. He warned of the possibility fearing they could distract the government from its required duty to the people and even lead to the eradication of the freedoms established by the founding.

If Washington could see America now, probably the only thing that he could say after getting over the shock, would be: “I told you so!”

Mariner 10/11/12 - 10:52 am
Oh, I want to vote all

Oh, I want to vote all Republican again this election. Fox has assured me that by giving tax breaks to the rich again will provide jobs this time. 12 years of tax cuts is too short a time for jobs to be created however President Obama should have completely fixed the economy in the past 4 years. I know that having two $800 Billion wars OFF BUDGET is not important but not approving a $1.2 Billion Bill to help war veterans get jobs IS important to block because it will break the budget. Continuing to give $4 Billions to the oil industry in tax breaks when they have record profits is important and $130 million to Public Broadcasting is a waste of money, it supports liberal causes and totally wrecks the budget. If it wasn’t for “Fair and Balanced FOX” I don’t where this country would be.

freedomlibertytruth 10/11/12 - 09:49 pm
Independents and Republicans

Independents and Republicans – working and paying taxes,
So YOU don’t have to. Is it time to go Atlas Shrugs U.S.?

DavidHarding 10/12/12 - 05:36 pm
Where's the "I do not intend

Where's the "I do not intend to vote" option?

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