easy as that. please vote for what party you are. and the reason you are for that party. i am green and socialist.
in spite of erosion
13th May 2004
Well, voting for me won't become relevant again for another couple years. I haven't quite decided yet. If I do vote, it'll be third party, most probably Green. Other than that, I don't want to associate myself with a party. There are many reasons, mostly because I don't like politics, or politicians in general. Some are better than others, but I might prefer to steer clear of parliamentary politics altogether. In my opinion, politics is too inefficient when it comes to solving humanity's problems.
So far the closest I've found is Constitution, but they are too religious for me. In reality I'll vote on the candidate and not on the party anyways. Unfortunately I doubt the U.S. will ever be able to get back to it's roots at this point anyways, so voting Constitution would be a waste. The thing's I'll be looking for in the next election are as follows.
Sticking it out in Iraq. Changing the game plan is fine, but pulling out is a big no no for me.
Lowering government spending across the board including military, health care, social security, and various other programs. Most of the money I want going to internal security including the police, fire departments,intelligence and counter terrorism units. I believe in maintaining a strong military both for national and international defense, but in the "War on Terror." the best units for the job will be small counter-terrorism units.
Plus I want as little government interference in the economy and society as possible.
The Arrogant French Prick
5th December 2004
Voted other, but hell, rather than choosing between rotten apple and as rotten oranges, rather cancel my vote. I'll find a way to millitate for stuff I believe in.
SFC III Troubleshooter.
5th September 2006
Once upon a time I would have considered myself a Reagan Republican, but hey – anyone who is going to get the job done and stay the hell out of my life and not meddle with my personal freedoms I’ll vote for, so I guess that makes me an Independent. The last president I voted for was Clinton (the first time) and boy wasn’t that a mistake…live and learn; and before that I skipped over Sr. and voted for Reagan (may he RIP). The last 3 presidential elections I wrote in Harry S. Truman for President and suggested Patton as Secretary of Defense. Maybe they’ll clone ‘em both, or not.:lookaround:
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
I'm an independent who tends to be quite liberal.
As of right now there doesn't seem to be much difference between Republicans and Democrats besides what they claim to stand for. It's a shame they've lost sight of what civic duty means.
Heaven's gonna burn your eyes
16th April 2005
The last 3 presidential elections I wrote in Harry S. Truman for President
:lol: Excellent. +6 for you.
I'm a Green, and will probably give both my votes to the Greens in each election. My party vote will always be Green.
Just because I'm a member of (or vote for, for that matter) a party doesn't mean I agree with everything they say or think, but it's pretty close.
I wouldn't mind seeing the Libertarian Party gain control in the US though, but that's for my own nefarious pleasure more than anything ;).
Trekkie At Large.....
26th April 2004
What? No libertarian choice?
DEUS LO VULT
17th December 2005
I don't consider myself of any party, but If I had to choose, I'd say I'm closest to a libertarian.
Jeff is a mean boss
28th July 2002
Im a registered republican, but slowly going more libertarian