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"I wonder what percent of voters view this election as a choice of the lesser evil. That's the party I belong to."

I'm with Fun...

Lakeside CA
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His biggest qualification is that he ISN'T Obama or Romney.

I can't, in good faith, cast a vote for someone I don't believe in 100%. I especially can't cast a vote for a party that likes to live in the 1800's, or one that can't seem to get it's head out of its own ass. The Libertarian party is as close to being "square pegged" into a political party as I've ever been.

His website has everything spelled out if you're interested in where he stands. I still feel like I'm throwing my vote away, but at least I don't have to feel like I am folding on important issues that I DO care about just to toe a party line.

Long Beach CA
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Well CT, I hope you're right, but you have so many beliefs 180 degrees from mine, we'll just have to depend on time and the electorate. One problem we all have causes us to come to differing conclusions. For instance you think Obama will bring us fiscal stability, and mention him having a budget. What budget? I thought we had no budget, after four years.

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Pandora, I don't know anything about Gary. Do you think he will be able to sort out our economy, pay down our debt, and maintain our rank in the international ball game? What are his qualifications?

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I'll try to answer the question posted. -The middle class. Obama by a mile. Romney wants the 47% to "do more" and yet wants a tax cut for top 10%. -Security. We've finally gotten away from the "war is good" mentality and have started to use our brain more and not our brawn. Anyway, we just can't affort to keep going to war. He got Bin Ladin. He's ending wars. -The economy. I was one of the 800,000 people who lost their job in January 2009. That whole year all I saw were Republicans trying to stop Obama from doing anything. When it came to extending benefits, Democrats were there. The economy is getting better. I got back to work in March of 2010. The stock market is all the way back. We don't need to help the rich in these tough times because they've gotten richer in the last 10 years and none of that wealth has "trickled down". Budgets will be cut but everyone, and not just the middle class, will have to contribute. Annual inflation rates are really low and so are interest rates. The foundation is there for the economy to improve. Obama. -The unknown. Who knows what challenges the President will face in the next four years. Obama considers things carefully and has shown that he's willing to work with other nations. He's more of a "regular" guy who gets it than Romney will ever be. -Women's rights. Rape is rape. Women should be in control of their own health. Obama. -The next four years will be different from the last four years in a positive way. Tough, yes. To cut the budget, jobs will be lost. The Post Office may lose tens of thousands of workers. The fiscal cliff is real and tough decisions will be made. But we'll move forward. More people will have access to basic health care if we keep Obama. Finally we've joined civilized nations that understand that health care is not a political issue but one of the pillars successful nations make available to all. Can we afford it? Have you stepped on a scale lately? Can YOU afford your own habits? Have you saved for your own retirement? If you can't control those things in your own power, why do you expect the government to do any better? Your vote DOES make a difference. Someone from Florida must surely understand that. This is the only opinion poll that counts. And don't forget that your local candidates will have more influence on your community and schools than any Federal one will ever have.

Southington CT
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A short video, a tale of two Romneys.

m.youtube. com/#/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=bZfXvFAeHVo&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Ffeature%3Dendscreen%26v%3DbZfXvFAeHVo%26NR%3D1

Incredible double talk!

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If I'm voting today, I'm still fairly sold on Gary Johnson. I keep getting people telling me that 5% would end the two party monopoly in this country. I think that would be a good start.

Obama would be a close second and Romney a distant third...

Obama since he's already got 4 years of this nonesense under his belt and 4 more aren't going to really matter one way or the other. I'd rather have someone in office with "boots on the ground" experience, than a guy who is promising "Hope and change of a different flavor".

Romney hasn't earned my vote yet. I refuse to put my belief in someone who has to agree with so many different view points just within his own party, let alone try to be bipartisan with the liberals. It didn't work for Bush 1, I don't think it will work for him.

That's just where I stand today.

Long Beach CA
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I wonder what percent of voters view this election as a choice of the lesser evil. That's the party I belong to.

Belle Chasse LA
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Well, Pandora, I'm a retired businessman with 16 grandchildren. Here are my reasons why I hope you'll vote Republican: 1. I think it more likely that Romney will reduce or stop this monstrous debt growth than Obama. Clinton is still right: It's the economy!!! 2. I think Obama will continue to spend our money beyond our means, borrowing from other countries and then, when our credit goes further south, he will print money. My savings, and yours, will be destroyed by the resulting inflation. We are already paying for inflation. 3. I don't care much about all the small ball stuff Obama keeps pandering to our many special interest groups, so those items are piddly to me. I resent having to pay taxes so some young stud can get free condoms. 4. I do disagree with Romney about abortion, but don't think he will be able, nor will he try, in the end, to overturn Rowe v Wade. 5. I think it's time for a Businessman, especially a clean-up guy like Romney, to make the entire Government more efficient. We have too many RULES and have got ourselves all wrapped up in our axles. We have too many unproductive lawyers adding level after level of new Law. For instance, just preparing my income tax is getting to be a Royal Pain in the ASS, and then I have to pay to have an expert check it. 6. As long as humans are humans, if the cost of healthcare is being paid by the Government (after taxing us) all humans will use every possible freeby, the costs will ALWAYS go up, and we will not be observant of productive ways to solve problems. Look at our educational system! Look at our universities! Seems like the more we spend, the bigger the bureauracracy gets, the richer the professors get, and the less interest they have in teaching! Same goes with teachers and their corrupt unions negotiating with the very politicians who the teachers unions pay for their re elections! 7. When we become this dependent on Government, we will, as a nation, become less productive, more dependent, and, ultimately become a second rate nation. Look at us already! 47% of our folk pay no taxes. Admittedly, some, with very good reason shouldn't be expected to, but not 47%! The main reason I think this way is that I have lived and worked in other countries much of my career, and have seen what this Obama socialist approach does to Nations. Sounds good, especially when sold by a Pied Piper spellbinding speaker, but when all the peoples savings are gone, and all the remaining money is inflated, there are only two broad types of choices left to prevent a collapse. Here's an example: Blame the Jews and take their money, like Hitler did, then, start a war, like Hitler did. Check your history books. It has happened over and over again. Much of Europe is at it again.

There is absolutely no system better than a competitive, capitalistic, productive Democracy - despite it's flaws. Obama is currently blaming the 1%. What will he do when we are broke, the capital markets are empty, and the economy hits the fan? Sorry for the length of this, but this is serious shit!

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Azqt:

I said people like you, this means people claiming to be conservatives, businessmen/leaders.

As for you spcifically, if you can't figure it out, then you will never do it.

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