Barak Obama, Democrat
Mitt Romney, Republican
Gary Johnson, Libertarian
Not voting this year
As for the amount of "Shovel Ready" jobs Obama has created.
I don't understand coming at me for my response to thesarge. Earlier he requested sources on the stances I claimed Romney took on issues I mentioned. I then provided him with sources. He still found a reason for those sources being inadequate (Even though several of the sources are video of Romney confirming his stances). SO I told him to go google it. I never denied Obama not creating jobs. I merely pointed out how you and others automatically bring Obama up as a comparison, expecting me to defend him.
I can't say it anymore I don't support Obama. I voted against him the first election, by voting for McCain. Which four years wiser, I regret voting for either. I am for more than two major parties. That's it. Sorry if that isn't good enough, but I feel like either you guys aren't reading my posts all the way through, or you're under the assumption I support Obama.
The anger, the outrage. Oh! But you're not gonna vote? Missing the point, you are. Regardless of who you vote for, you must vote. You must. or you miss entirely, the point of this great Country
Asking you to do my work? Googling sh* you can do in two seconds? How about, you prove me wrong on any one of those issues? You can't. It's fact. Watch the Romney spew it out of his hole on the videos posted. Still "demonrat" (lol) propaganda?
Seriously. You were wrong, and you can't admit it.
I can't see why people think Romney is a terrible choice; he's helluva lot better than voting for a random "Community Organizer". Romney, like him or not, got sh*t done. He ran companies, ran a profitable Olympics, and ran a state. That's an impressive resume, so I know he is capable of piloting an office. Obama just nominates his ideologue gophers and sends them to wreak havoc on policy; case in point, Eric Holder. I see executive leadership in Romney, and as much as I want to be idealistic and write in a libertarian, Obama's gotta go and that's going to get done by voting Republican. Romney will still sleep with special interest groups, but at least he will be a solid executive.
Voting Romney. Why? Well, 'Hope and change' of course. Change- because it's not Obama (4 more years), and Hope- hope it will be better. I'm sure Obama would aprove of 'Hope and change'.
Yay anonymous vote! No one will ever know who I'm voting for.... muhahahaha
Also don't forget how the President how is actually elected:
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I'm voting for neither......as neither are worthy of the office of President.
I'd happily do a mail in vote for any Joe 6 Pack with integrity, an IQ above 80, and a promise to not accept a single penny of special interest money.