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HF Decides 2008. Who will U vote for?

Poll Results: Who will you vote for?

 
  • 22% (35)
    McCain / Palin
  • 56% (86)
    Obama / Biden
  • 3% (5)
    other
  • 5% (8)
    undecided
  • 12% (19)
    I can't vote (too young or not US citizen)
153 Total Votes  
post #1 of 337
Thread Starter 
Who do you plan on voting for this November?
post #2 of 337
barr
post #3 of 337
^You mean this guy?


By the way, did you know John McCain is suing him to get his name off the ticket? We'll see how that goes.
post #4 of 337
McCain wooooooooh!
post #5 of 337
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Originally Posted by kile View Post
^You mean this guy?


By the way, did you know John McCain is suing him to get his name off the ticket? We'll see how that goes.
babar, fuck yeah! (like seaking)

yes i knew that. i also know that the libertarian party is the only party to nominate and file their candidate before the deadline to do so in texas, but i know the Ds and Rs will weasel their way on through a corrupt worthless system.
post #6 of 337
Voting is useless, it only benefits the unemployed and high school drop outs.
post #7 of 337
why is ACO not one of the choices.
post #8 of 337
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Originally Posted by SevenKid0505 View Post
McCain wooooooooh!
Wait, you are Republican?! I'm shocked! Oh wait, maybe I'm not...it's all starting to make sense.





GO OBAMA!
post #9 of 337
its been increasingly difficult for us racist sexists (not to be confused with sexist racists) to pick a candidate. still undecided.
post #10 of 337
^^ Why not!
post #11 of 337
I can't vote, but if I could I would definitely NOT vote for that :

post #12 of 337
Anton, I thought the neg gun was empty by now???
post #13 of 337
Obama!!
post #14 of 337
baRACK the Vote.
post #15 of 337
both of the candidates are not qualified. Ron Paul should have won and should be president so the citizens of the US can get back their basic rights and freedoms that the constitution gave yall but the government took away. Good luck with your country.
post #16 of 337
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Originally Posted by LinuxChild View Post
both of the candidates are not qualified. Ron Paul should have won and should be president so the citizens of the US can get back their basic rights and freedoms that the constitution gave yall but the government took away. Good luck with your country.
good luck with america junior. do you even have presidents up there? or is it just a bunch of fruitcups sucking the teet of standardized healthcare and pretending to be french??
post #17 of 337
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Originally Posted by Anton View Post
Voting is useless, it only benefits the unemployed and high school drop outs.

Though normally I think that everyone should exercise their right to vote, now I'm not so sure....
post #18 of 337
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Originally Posted by jskidder View Post
good luck with america junior. do you even have presidents up there? or is it just a bunch of fruitcups sucking the teet of standardized healthcare and pretending to be french??
Nobody gives enough credit to the Canadians.

I think they're doing much better than we are. Their citizens are cared about.
post #19 of 337
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Originally Posted by apryl View Post

Does this mean we are also free to discuss useless celebrities again?
isn't that what politics is? campaigning has nothing to do with issues and is all about what dirt you can dig up. sometimes I don't know if I'm reading thesuperficial.com or actual news. For good measure, sometimes these two paths cross. teen pregnancy drama, anyone?
post #20 of 337
It's like watching daytime TV right now...though I have to say, I'm a fan of stupid celeb gossip and am thoroughly entertained by political gossip as well. There's some good stuff going on!!
post #21 of 337
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Originally Posted by LinuxChild View Post
both of the candidates are not qualified. Ron Paul should have won .
qft
post #22 of 337
Honestly I could care less who becomes president, aint gonna affect my life as much as I feared it would. However, I'm quite a bit of an idealist and there's just that something in me that tells me I have to make a certain decision when voting; matter of fact, it seems to me that I vote for the ideology behind it, not for whoever that may (falsely or not, let's not discuss that) represent that. I'm quite surprised you guys openly talk about this up here; I've encountered people that almost slapped my face when I asked who they voted or were gonna vote for (I was tripping, I know).
post #23 of 337
McCain
post #24 of 337
if i was in america i'd vot for obama-i'd rather vote in a male that wears rock and republic to impact the world rather than mcain
post #25 of 337
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Originally Posted by jskidder View Post
good luck with america junior. do you even have presidents up there? or is it just a bunch of fruitcups sucking the teet of standardized healthcare and pretending to be french??

Canada is only 25% french. California has more people then all of Canada, and FAR more 'fruit cups' then Canada as well. We have a prime minister not a president. Even though they aren't doing the best job, they haven't taken away our basic human rights like the US government has. And at least our health care system doesn't leave people to die and suffer just because they can't afford insurance. How the government can put a price on peoples heath is beyond me. It must be to suck off the tit of all those insurance company's who are getting away with murder and paying people under the table. I'm guessing you make enough money to buy your dior jeans and still afford good heath coverage.
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