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Do you ever feel that instead of voting for who you want, you're voting for the lesser of 2 evils?

being me 2012/08/26 18:33:36
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  • Transquesta 2012/09/25 20:47:43
    no
    Transquesta
    +1
    I don't vote for evil. Period.
  • being me Transqu... 2012/09/25 20:49:13
    being me
    +2
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Jorge Enriquez 2012/09/25 20:43:36
    yes
    Jorge Enriquez
    +2
    sometimes tricky answers
  • being me Jorge E... 2012/09/25 20:49:07
    being me
    +2
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • pammerjammer 2012/09/02 07:54:53
    yes
    pammerjammer
    +2
    Self serving SOB's
  • being me pammerj... 2012/09/02 14:12:21
    being me
    +1
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Zolfie™ 2012/09/02 03:02:44
    yes
    Zolfie™
    +1
    Most of the time. Feel like both sides just lie their way into power and then do what they/their party wants. All sides not just one.
  • being me Zolfie™ 2012/09/02 03:04:38
    being me
    +2
    I agree. Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • ConLibFraud 2012/09/02 01:54:37
    no
    ConLibFraud
    +2
    Not anymore! I vote for liberty and freedom and anti establishment!
  • being me ConLibF... 2012/09/02 02:05:25
    being me
    +2
    Thanks for answering;-)

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  • DDogbreath 2012/09/01 20:46:19
    no
    DDogbreath
    +2
    NEVER That is the reason our country is so screwed up.
  • being me DDogbreath 2012/09/01 23:03:40
    being me
    +2
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • DDogbreath being me 2012/09/02 01:25:54
    DDogbreath
    +2
    You're quite welcome!

  • being me DDogbreath 2012/09/02 01:27:42
    being me
    +2
    Lol!!!!
  • DDogbreath being me 2012/09/02 01:53:19
    DDogbreath
    +2
    You did leave the "best candidate" left standing out of your poll. And yes he will be on the ballot in all 50 states.

    The message hasn't changed only the messenger because the GOP would not play fair.

    We did have a plan "B" all along.

    poll ballot 50 message changed messenger gop play fair plan
  • Bevos 2012/08/29 15:33:03
    no
    Bevos
    +2
    NOPE! I am happy with Mitt Romney. And the more REAL facts I learn about him the happier I am with him. (Not the propaganda that OWEbama is SPEWING either)
  • being me Bevos 2012/08/29 16:36:44
    being me
    +2
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Jeff Smith 2012/08/29 03:27:50
    yes
    Jeff Smith
    +2
    Politicians are evil period.
  • being me Jeff Smith 2012/08/29 03:52:04
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Oaces_boss_yo® 2012/08/28 13:38:20
  • being me Oaces_b... 2012/08/28 18:55:52
    being me
    +3
    Lol!!! I get it;-D
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Oaces_b... being me 2012/08/28 19:07:28
  • KarenInKenoshaWisconsin 2012/08/28 05:24:47
    yes
    KarenInKenoshaWisconsin
    +1
    Our voting system is designed to constantly make people feel as if they only have two choices and it's a matter of choosing the lesser evil. In reality, we have more than two political parties and their candidates to choose from.

    We lock ourselves into only two choices, and therefore various false dilemmas, because the wisdom is that a vote for a third party candidate is really a vote for one of the candidates of the major two political parties.
  • being me KarenIn... 2012/08/28 05:34:05
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • John E. Bongo 2012/08/28 00:56:51
    yes
    John E. Bongo
    +1
    I believe Obama set it up for Romney to wreak true havoc..learn to swim kiddies
  • being me John E.... 2012/08/28 00:58:09
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • ghostrider 2012/08/27 15:02:51
    yes
    ghostrider
    +1
    That, generally, is the only option available ... "they" already have been bought by 'Big Money'.
  • being me ghostrider 2012/08/27 16:43:12
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • RoyDMercer - IFOTFD 2012/08/27 12:02:31
    yes
    RoyDMercer - IFOTFD
    +2
    no doubt about it...
  • being me RoyDMer... 2012/08/27 12:03:43
    being me
    +4
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Professor 2012/08/27 07:17:21
    no
    Professor
    +1
    I vote for those who discuss the issues and offer solutions for our problems not just attack their opponent and his background.
  • being me Professor 2012/08/27 11:55:20
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

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  • Bevos Professor 2012/08/29 15:35:58
    Bevos
    I am with you!
  • apaтнeтιc lycanтнrope 2012/08/27 04:35:48
    yes
    apaтнeтιc lycanтнrope
    +1
    Have for quite some time now.
  • being me apaтнeт... 2012/08/27 11:54:47
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Eddie 2012/08/27 03:41:05
    no
    Eddie
    +1
    I totally meant yes! And only in just about every election that I can remember. It never fails that the guy that I believe would most likely do the job right rarely ever makes it to the final round of the election. The guy who usually actually seems to have the best interest of the people and for the actual best interests of the nation in it's relationships with other nations is also usually the guy who won't be bought off by foreign, corporate and banker lobbyists. As a result that guy gets marginalized and/or is crucified in the media for whatever they can dig up or fabricte to pin on him. I really think the two party system that we are locked into in this country leaves a huge number of US citizens out in the cold and basicly unrepresented. They ask why it is that here only a measly 30% of eligible voters show up to vote. While in other nations voter turn out numbers average 75% and above. The reason is simple. Neither of these two people (and I use the word loosely) speak for even half of us! Other nations aren't bound by only choosing from one of two elitist, morally deficient, paid for and bought off show ponies being led around by their pocketbooks. They can organize and promote any number of political parties. If one party fails to keep it's promises and turns it's bac...
    I totally meant yes! And only in just about every election that I can remember. It never fails that the guy that I believe would most likely do the job right rarely ever makes it to the final round of the election. The guy who usually actually seems to have the best interest of the people and for the actual best interests of the nation in it's relationships with other nations is also usually the guy who won't be bought off by foreign, corporate and banker lobbyists. As a result that guy gets marginalized and/or is crucified in the media for whatever they can dig up or fabricte to pin on him. I really think the two party system that we are locked into in this country leaves a huge number of US citizens out in the cold and basicly unrepresented. They ask why it is that here only a measly 30% of eligible voters show up to vote. While in other nations voter turn out numbers average 75% and above. The reason is simple. Neither of these two people (and I use the word loosely) speak for even half of us! Other nations aren't bound by only choosing from one of two elitist, morally deficient, paid for and bought off show ponies being led around by their pocketbooks. They can organize and promote any number of political parties. If one party fails to keep it's promises and turns it's back on the people, they replace it with one that does. Of course we are told that we are free to develop alternative parties in this country. But honestly, That's a load of crap. Only the Democratic and Republican parties are actually recognised and supported by our government. Both politicly and financially. Other parties, such as the Green Party for instance, recieves none of the respect or support tghat is given to even the most despised of the Dem. or Repub. camps. So yes, I absolutely feel like I have no real choice in this election. Obama may be a nice guy (he may not. depends on who you ask) but I really don't think he knows what he's doing. Whenever he isn't bending over backwards to get a pat on the heat from his bosses, that is. Romney on the other hand is freakin' rich man's dream and a poor man's nighgtmare. And guess which one there are more of here in the good ol USofA? Neither of them represent me. Here I am trying to maintain some semblance of balance in my little part of the world and these guys are so far off on either extreeme from my best interests that you'd have to catch a plane and two trains just to get sight of where either one of them's head is at.
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  • being me Eddie 2012/08/27 04:07:04
    being me
    +3
    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • Nameless 2012/08/27 02:47:23
    yes
    Nameless
    +2
    I live in PA and the premise of your question is the basis of voting, here. LOL!
  • being me Nameless 2012/08/27 02:57:21
    being me
    +4
    Lol! I had NO idea. Oh, that's funny:-)

    Thanks for answering;-)

    Thanks dragonfly
  • KAREN JAMES 2012/08/27 01:46:27
    yes
    KAREN JAMES
    +1
    This can be true for local elections...five people are running but know one I want.

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