Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by fleabassist1, Nov 4, 2008.
Who didja vote for?
As the thread author, aren't you supposed to tell us who YOU voted for?
I proudly voted for Mr Obama.
Whoops! Your right. I voted for Mccain.
There you go. Thanks fleabassist
BTW...where does you screename come from?
I proudly voted against Obama and big government. I voted Libertarian, against nanny states/big government and did not vote for a single Democrat even if they were unopposed. The one party system we're about to embark on....well you'll see. And I voted YES on all 3 questions in MA.
Flea is the bassist from the red hot chili peppers. I play bass guitar so I figured I would be clever and put in a "1" as in "number 1"
My main screen name that I use is
I don't know why I didn't sign up for that here... it's my video game handle
Ok...so you're in the 18-25 demographic I assume? You lucky SOB...I'm in the "gettn' old" demographic
I am - 21 years old. Computer engineer major at UD.
I don't really fit into the whole "voted for mccain" pile, but meh'.
I voted for Bob Barr ... My state of RI voted 77% for Obama.
Well I'm 19 and I feel like time is flying. My little sister thinks I'm an old man.
"You don't know who is so and so in camp rock? You are yesterday news." She tells me.
Hey, it's America, so be proud of your vote. Your vote is no less honorable than anyone else's.
Oh I am. Almost 90% of the people from my work voted Obama and I have been getting lots of sh1t today for being one of the Mccain supporters - not really how I think america should be... but whatever, I know where I stand on politics
BTW - someone told me that Jesus makes you dumb today - I guess he assumed I'm Christian for voting for Obama?
I voted for Bob Barr. I just didn't like McCain, or Obama enough to support them. I don't view my Barr vote as a vote against either though. I don't dislike Coke or Pepsi enough to vote against one, over the other.
McCain. I don't like him and I didn't vote for him in the primary but I had no other good choice. Obama was a non starter. I used to vote (L) a lot but I'm becoming less Libertarian as I age so McCain was really my only choice.
I voted for McCain. Would do it again.
I looked down my ballot and kept thinking: "Nope...he's bought and paid for...then I got to Nader.....
Massachusetts: Free to vote for whoever you want cuz it don't matter!
I didn't vote for Obama because i don't know much about the man and i don't like his ideas. When I heard him promise billion things,I voted for Mccain.
I don't think that the media did a good job at telling us who Obama really was.
Niether do they.
YouTube - Brokaw and Rose Admit They Don't Know Much About Obama.
that is the SCRARY thing. I don't know why they want him to win when they don't know much about him.
Held my nose and voted Mccain, I now eagerly await "The Messiah's CHANGE"
GOD DAMN AMERICA (american preacher)
I couldn't believe that Mccain got his ars woop so bad. It was hard to win when the media was not on your side and people blindly vote.
The more I see peoples' reactions to this election the more convinced I become that the election of Obama will bring some comfort to non-whites in America and around the world. So, in that sense, it's a good thing. And if Obama is as good in his actions as he is in his words, he could do some very good things. Let's hope, and pray.
I voted with eyes wide open, for Obama.. did not really make up my mind until his infomercial last week.. was leaning all the way.. but that was the kicker.. I think change will be incremental and slow, but I think the country now believes that things can get better.. they will.
I voted for Nader. I was really shocked and disappointed when he didn't win.
Nobody thought that we would have a black president but we do. I think that it makes minority people feel better but i don't think that the REAL change is going to happen. These people will realize it.
People underestimate things that can happen simply because of his color and name. It's already served as a sort of olive branch to the rest of the world.
we will see about that.
I think his big mistake was naming Gonzalez as his VP. No one ever heard of him. That's when he blew it, IMO.
If you don't vote for Dem or Rep, you waste your vote. If you live in a heavily Dem state and you vote for Rep, your vote doesn't count.
No, you build up a platform for a third party candidate.
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