Whom are you voting for in the Presidential Election?

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I'm writin' in The Hill...

...gonna take a strong minded woman to clean up the mess the big swingin' dicks have created.

The Hill will get the call sooner or later.

Obama is already telegraphing the, 'We really can't do a thing....' El Foldo.

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'When you see a rattlesnake poised to strike, you do not wait until he has struck to crush him.'

Voting for an idependent canditate is a vote for Barak

Independent voters that do not vote for McCain or Obama,
are casting a vote for Obama whether they like it or not.

If they are looking for the most conservative canditate, they should vote for McCain. If they want the most liberal candidate ever to get elected, they can either vote for Obama
or for a candidate that does not have a chance to win, but that
will take votes away from McCain.

Your vote can make a difference, why waste it on candidates that don't even have a chance?

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what makes you think

people on this site want a conservative?

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I want a conservative

But at least I'm smarter than the anonymous poster above- I know McCain is no conservative. Which is why I voted for Chuck Baldwin.

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Maximum jobs, not maximum profits.

rhetorical

Just saying this is a nonpartisan blog, completely focused on what real policy, economics, data, stats, does what....

as you know I don't want to go to the philosophies and especially forbade anything on social engineering agenda so we don't divide the site into partisan rancor and can simply join forces on what makes sense...for I'm fairly certain most want the US to be strong, working America strong, the nation strong.

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I would hope so

But with Obama nominating the architect of NAFTA to be his economics advisor, and McCain's support for trickle-down that never trickles, I have my doubts that either of the major parties want a strong middle class.

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Maximum jobs, not maximum profits.

you're not alone on that one!

which is all the more reason to focus on real cause and effect, promote experts who really are speaking truth to power, policies that would actually do something and if we can even find any, candidates who are not bought and paid for and stay out of the partisan fray and especially away from wedge issues.

I've been warning on the advisers, the actual policies of Obama for so long, and if there was anything this election cycle has taught me is people are just friggin' oblivious to actual policy positions and what that really means...at least the political blogs to be frank.

But hey, I know there are many other there who want real policy change so hopefully our space will help give voice to those paying attention.

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A wasted vote

For one, McCain is a liberal, just of yet another "force the money to the billionaires" flavor. The rest, well, I think the Congressional Party Candidate explained it best.

 

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Maximum jobs, not maximum profits.