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Old 09-23-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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Tell me who you are voting for and why.


Let the games begin.
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:24 PM   #2
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Not voting. Doesn't matter who wins, business still owns the government.

The pie looks cool now! Aren't there more than two candidates running though?
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:25 PM   #3
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Number 3 doesn't make sense to me since you are the OP...

I like the rules too

I'm voting for BK2 for President because he drives an F150

And there are alot of other candidates running so an "other" choice would be good as well
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:30 PM   #4
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Number 3 doesn't make sense to me since you are the OP...

I like the rules too

I'm voting for BK2 for President because he drives an F150

And there are alot of other candidates running so an "other" choice would be good as well
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3. Just because you opened this thread doesn't mean you have to reply.

No... The rules are speaking to the member opening the rules.

"Just because YOU (The member reading) opened this thread doesn't mean YOU (The member reading) have to reply.(Reply to the thread)

YOU (The member reading) could have just opend the thread read it, gotten mad at something you just read, and then left.
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No... The rules are speaking to the member opening the rules.

"Just because YOU (The member reading) opened this thread doesn't mean YOU (The member reading) have to reply.(Reply to the thread)

YOU (The member reading) could have just opend the thread read it, gotten mad at something you just read, and then left.
Now it makes sense

Carry on...
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:34 PM   #7
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Hey that's meeee, I read and don't reply , usually.


I think that's A! problem is that most people only recognize two people running for pres. And they spend millions of dollars campaigning. Kinda reminds me of the hunger games where if you are popular you get people to sponsor you and you have a much greater chance of winning because of it.
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Growth of early voting transforms electoral strategy

See Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/politi...738_print.html

Arguments are being made that Early voting can hurt the integrity of the election process by limiting independent oversight of election procedures. The ability of candidates and political parties to appoint poll watchers as observers at polling locations maintains the security of our election process and helps prevent the commission of vote fraud by both voters and election officials.

It is already difficult for most candidates and parties to find enough volunteers to cover polling locations in the larger counties on election day. Trying to organize such a poll-watching program at additional polling locations for up to three weeks will probably be impossible, making it very difficult for outside observers to monitor the election.

Arguments have also been made that restricting early voting is an attempt in itself to effect voter results, because Democrat voters tend to be the ones more likely vote in such a manner.

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You should have an option for "Write In" since I'm pretty sure we can still do that on the ballots.
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Old 09-23-2012, 06:04 PM   #10
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I didn't want to know if you were going to write in

Actually i was going to give an option for write in, but i knew people would click it to be cool.
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