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Saquist;3546668I wouldn't vot for Obama...I'd go for Hillary.
Obama is a smoker...Theres something about the weakness of a smoker that doesn't sit with me. The willness to expose your childern, friends, family in general and the rest of the population is a psychological ringer.
It bespeaks selfishness and lack of will. Traits that I wouldn't want in the office of the President...even if I was going to Vote.
You have an excellent view on all the candidates, thanks for sharing your worthful opinion.
Overall- Rudy. He is willing to make compromises on gun control(let the states decide) and gay marriage(let them have civil partnerships, not marriage though) We need someone to stop polarizing things so much in the US.
Democrat- Obama. He seems like a good canidate. He can give good speeches, and he is willing to comromise on things with conseratives.
I would take anyone over hitlery in 2008. I would put up with an uber neo-con who says I can't have fun for 8 years, than have hillery in the oval office for one day.
I would love to see a libertarian canidate, but libertarians are too few in number.
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29th March 2005
Most definitely a write-in vote for Steve McQueen.
Probably McQueen, though.
Looks like this race may be down to just Obama and McCain. I'd go for McCain because I'm conservative.
I'm so excited, I turn 18 in September '08. It'll be my first election voting in, and I've been rooting for Obama even before he made it official that he was running.
I love how people point out that Obama is a great speaker, ya know hitler was a great speaker too. I'm not comparing Obama to Hitler but come on just because you can speak well and are animated doesn't mean you'll good decisions. Also If it turns out to be true he has a muslin heritage (go ahead call americans bigots) he will lose support of the American people. I don't believe that the American people are ready to let a president with potentially great Islamic sympathies into the White House. Any how I'm in full support of Giuliani. He's willing to make compromises where it counts, gay marriage and the like, and apply pressure where it's needed such as in the war on terror. MaCain is too much of a "closet liberal" for me seemingly willing to compromise on too many important issues.
Probaly Juliani, simply because it's the only name I know about, but not enough to really dislike, except for those not on the poll which makes non of the above a perfectly viable option, albeit without a mass push, a Liberman vote would be for nothing, I'd probably vote for him because he supports what I support.
-McCain, I simply don't like, he's been a thorn in the side of republicans for years, and has essentialy been a democrat running under republican banners. -Hillary, I'd like a woman president for a change, but not just because she is a woman, that's not enough, and everything else about Hillary I don't agree with, like her heavy restrictions on video games, which I plan eventualy to resume developing, and I can be assured that she would be backing the FCC, or CPCC as I call it, Crazy Puritans in Control of Censorship, or in short BI, Bad Idea. -Obama, again change is good, but doing it for the sake of doing it does not benefit anyone except the person chosen. He helps alot of people I'm sure, but a muslim as president, I'm not quite sure I'm ready for that, not that I have anything againsts muslims, I simply don't want them to become untouchable by other religious and ethnic groups, and able to demand extra rights that no one else can get and they are no more entitled to than the average white, christian dude or the average asian guy, or whatever. Gays have done this, Blacks have done this, Native Americans deserve this (and get it, most of the time anyway), Hispanics are trying to do this, and Muslims have done this in their own countries, by which ofcourse I refer to the Islamic Theocracies in the Middle East. -The rest I don't know enough to support them
Buddy Jesus;3550261I love how people point out that Obama is a great speaker, ya know hitler was a great speaker too.
He also brought Germany quite a bit of power, might I add.
Not that I'm saying I want us to commit mass genocide, but you gotta look at the whole picture.
Ryette;3550279He also brought Germany quite a bit of power, might I add.
Yes he did, but by doing things he was supposed to do like building up the military and ya know starting a world war. Though hitler did do good things for the economy of Gernmany that doesn't mean he was a good guy. All I was saying was that voting for a guy because he is a good speaker is like voting for someone who runs under the republican banner. You have to look at issues. But let's not talk about what hitler did it's a bit off topic.
I say Barack Obama. But I would like to see what Rudi Gulliani has to say.