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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Zombie Surgeon, Oct 3, 2012.
I'd prefer someone much more conservative than Obama, that's why I'm not voting for either liberal.
Johnson, if elected, would caucus with which party?
I don't watch much of the news, I find it deeply depressing, what did he do that you disliked?
In this case because you are helping their guy there is no doubt they thank you. So sure I will speak for all of them.
Romney savaged Obama, and I can't wait for Ryan-Biden.
On an unrelated note: If you plan to vote for neither Romney nor Obama, then please vote for me. I have an equal chance to win the Presidency as any other pretend candidate you feel like voting for.
But Johnson can't win and this is the most important election ever; so if you don't want a gun hating, socialized medicine, big government liberal you better vote for a a gun hating, socialized medicine, big government liberal...with an R beside his name.
He was over animated and he simply refused to answer questions. Buried in his fusillade of verbiage are some good ideas without any question. I have some good ideas too and voting for me would be an equal waste.
I'm OK with being arrogant. I'm right and you know it.
Are you going to be on the ballot of all 50 states like Gary Johnson is?
If elected Johnson would caucus with which party? He can't do it on his own.
I'm with you Rabbi. This race shouldn't even be close with what Obama has done to this country. The "gimme" crowd and the media are buoying Obama up, probably enough to give him the win.
i have nothing to argue about.
Will the above rationalizing make you feel better when Obama stacks The Supreme Court with more liberals? Liberals who will be on the bench for decades?
That's not true. Post the probabilities.
That does not matter.
So you tacitly agree with the wars in Libya, Yemen, and the act of war in Iran.
0=0. Even Einstein was a realist.
Probably either depending on what he was trying to accomplish.
More republicans would probably be more receptive to his fiscal ideas, but on the social issues democrats would most likely support him much more.