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Happy Panther

For whom did you vote?

  

50 members have voted

  1. 1. Your vote for president...

    • Obama
      9
    • Romney
      15
    • Johnson
      16
    • Other
      2
    • Didn't vote for Pres
      8


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Thats personal.. I will however say that I fully support the Redskins Rule....

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Johnson. Like him or not, the guy has a proven track record of doing what he says he means to, and for being fiscally responsible, lowering taxes, and making reforms that actually work and are accepted well. I also agree with his views on drugs, the military, foreign policy, education, and more. The only thing I'm a little hesitant about is the gun rights thing, but I agree with the viewpoint behind it in that we have a Constitution and Amendments for a reason.

Mitt's a flip-flopper that seems to promise the world to whomever listens and will vote for him. Obama wants to spend us into the ground and grow the government even bigger than the monstrosity it is now. I can't even imagine someone voting for one of those two with a clear conscience. Mitt wants so much control of your personal life, I think he'd want to bag your spouse. Obama has increased spending and borrowing to the tune of 43 cents per dollar printed, which is insane.

I want my kid to have a USA in the future... so I voted my conscience. Wish more folks would too.

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Wow didn't realize that more people here liked Johnson than the other 2 candidates. Now I don't feel so alone.

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Because it shows how many people are unsatisfied with the 2 candidates if more people voted Libertarian if they didn't really like either one. Plus if more and more people vote Libertarian, then maybe some day in the future they will become a legit 3rd party powerhouse like the Dems and Repubs.

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My thought behind it is shared with many others. Johnson has no chance at winning whatsoever, so why "throw" a vote?

It feels wrong saying that, but ultimately it's true.

If Johnson gets 5% of the vote his party will get significant election funds in 2016 and Gary will be entrenched as the libertarian candidate for years.

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