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  •  I voted for Nader (0+ / 0-)

    because I couldn't stomach either of the other candidates.

    What we need is more candidates, not less.  This "two party system" is working out so well for us, isn't it?

    •  Oh goody for you (0+ / 0-)

      & you seem so happy too! I guess splitting the vote and tweedledee vs tweedledum is still a compelling argument for you.

      Grow up! We have two parties. And two nominees. Rmoney for the Republicans and President Obama for the Democrats. Period. But I'm sure you'll explain why there isn't a dime's worth of difference between them.

      I would wait with bated breath but I have other places I need to be.

      In our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart until, in our own despair, comes wisdom through the awful grace of God ~RFK

      by vcmvo2 on Mon Jun 25, 2012 at 07:43:23 AM PDT

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    •  Same here, but I wouldn't have gone for Ralph ... (0+ / 0-)

      ... if my state (Virginia) had been even remotely in swing territory back in 2000. As much as I hated the campaign Al Gore ran, I'd have swallowed my pride and cast my ballot for him if there was even a remote chance he could have won those electoral votes. All of the polling said otherwise at the time (and it wasn't even close) so I took the opportunity to vote my conscience for a change.

      Much has happened since then. Now that Virginia is more purple than solid red, I'm voting to re-elect Obama for sure to try to keep it out of Rmoney's hands.

      That being said, I think the president has seriously miscalculated how to pitch the ACA. I give him credit for doing something worthwhile, but the education/sales job has been awful.

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