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View PostSECats, on 05 November 2012 - 09:52 AM, said:

Lmao....liberts everywhere are having a heart attack.

... What?

View PostSECats, on 05 November 2012 - 09:53 AM, said:

Whose the girl with the puppet?

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View PostWadeWilson, on 05 November 2012 - 10:00 AM, said:



... What?




Your post I quoted.  Apply it to how liberts feel about Ron Paul/Dave Johnson and the Presidential election.
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View PostWadeWilson, on 05 November 2012 - 09:02 AM, said:

Your approach to the scenario is the problem, and telling you that, or suggesting that, is not un-American.

There are plenty of conservative Democrats. There are plenty of liberal Republicans. Greg simply asked of the Republicans and Democrats, who are two you would vote for? It's a simple exercise in proving that you can put political differences aside and make sound judgment calls. No one is forcing you to actually vote for a Democrat, just find two that you could potentially see being a candidate you wouldn't mind winning. Several members have proven that they are not blindly hateful or spiteful. @Hothotz and @Dawgfan4life24, both admittedly staunch Republicans, proved that they at least give a damn enough to research politicians to understand what each person stands for. These are the types of people who deserve a vote. People who vote solely based on whether someone has an 'R' or a 'D' beside their name, in my opinion, do not deserve a vote because they are ignorant. Just like people voting for Obama for a free phone.

But I guess I'm just un-American for wanting responsible, educated voters deciding the future of our country. Silly me.

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Southern democrats at the state level are often times not what we see nationally.  Many of them are pretty damned conservative.  They are democrats because they are old farts who associated themselves with the democratic party of the early 60's, or because their parents were those old democrats.

Look at what happened to Blanche Lincoln.  She was doing a fine job until Obama's goons made her cave in and support him.  After that, I was done with her as were all of her democratic supporters in Arkansas.

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View PostWadeWilson, on 05 November 2012 - 09:17 AM, said:


I'll agree that you've probably forgotten a lot.
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Politics are 100% about compromise. If you dont compromise you dont get anything done and that is our problem now.
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View PostA10Rebel, on 05 November 2012 - 09:55 AM, said:

Right now is not really a great time to ask this...I'm so worn out on politics from the last two years; I just want to step back and get some fresh air from it all. However I will submit I have a difficult time trusting any politician in today's political climate.  I'd prefer not voting for any career politicians.  I'm worn out on ALL of them to be exact career or not.
Romney isnt a career politian. Hes beein Business for 25 years. Not nearly that long in politics.

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