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chaitea/Elinox '08
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chaitea/Elinox '08
If the chaitea/Elinox campaign runs out of cash—we have $8.12 combined right now—it appears that we will not be moving into the White House next January. Assuming we are unsuccessful in our run—which would occur only because of financial difficulties of course—which of the above candidates would you most like to see win in November?
And maybe throw in an explanation of sorts.

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2008-03-06 17:50
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Re: chaitea/Elinox '08
Obama, because people want "change". And by "change", I mean "an african-american president regardless of his motives".

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2008-03-06 18:02
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Re: chaitea/Elinox '08
As a non-USA-citizen I am of the opinion that it's about time you guys had a change in management.
Of course, the entire political system of the states is so far to the right that they look extremist to me, but from where I'm sitting, the republicans are the less extreme of the two parties. I know nothing about Nader and as such I know that my choice isn't a properly educated one.
I consider Obama the better choice at the moment, due to his expressed will to make changes being grater than that of the others. Hillary would be my second choice, but only by a slight difference. She's got the experience on her side.
Just my 2c.

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2008-03-06 18:04
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Re: chaitea/Elinox '08
Obama because I'm a democrat and I think that I, personally, wouldn't be able to get over the idea of Bill Clinton being the First Lady. (Heck, I still make fun of the fact that Will Turner is technically the Pirate Queen in the last Carribbean movie)

Yes, I'm being immature about it. Deal.

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2008-03-06 18:05
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There's no option for Cthulu! Why vote for the lesser evil?

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2008-03-06 18:56
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*points to her sig ftw*

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2008-03-06 19:14
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Re: chaitea/Elinox '08
While I obviously first and foremost support myself and my running mate, chaitea, in our effort to take over the world, I voted for Obama because having a younger President would definitely be a plus in my eyes. I think he's a very charismatic speaker and he can actually form a coherant sentence and I think having a minority for President would be awesome! While I'm inclined to vote for Hillary because she's a woman and I think a female President would be a nice change too, she seems like a typical senator and not interested in actually changing things for the better. That and Bill's little "oral office" issue pissed me off.
I don't know a thing about Nader accept that his name sounds like "nada" to me. *shrug*
And if it came down to McCain vs. Hillary, I'd go with McCain. He's a hardened war hero with experience and I don't think he'd take shit from anyone. I have a lot of respect for a man that's willing to tell the enemy to go screw themselves and that he wouldn't leave his men to be tortured when they offered him freedom. That takes balls. Someone like that leading our country would also be awesome.

And apparently, due to the recent votes of Ohio and Texas, my home state of Pennsylvania is going to decide who's running for the Democrats. Yay, we're important! <!-- s:lol: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_lol.gif" alt=":lol:" title="Laughing" /><!-- s:lol: -->

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2008-03-06 19:20
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Re: chaitea/Elinox '08
I am, and have been since the last election's primaries, supporting McCain in the bid to the White House.

With age and experience, John McCain is an individual who not only has the backbone to stand up for the issues but also has the military experience to be a good commander in chief. He is also a moderate on the political spectrum, which is what this country needs, a powerful leader to cease the division between swaths of red and blue on the political map and start making the whole country Red White and Blue once more. I also hope, and have been hoping for since these primaries started, to have a McCain/Romney ticket, I think this will pull more republican voters to McCain's side as many see him as a "democrat in disguise." I also like Romney's staunch support of the Constitution, where McCain is reputed to be a little lax.

If a democrat gets in the oval office, I hope it's Obama. He is a good orator (something we desperately need) and his age will leave him to be more likely to resist corruptions of bureaucracy. I would prefer a ticket of Nero Caesar/Benito Mussolini to any ticket with Hillary on it. I detest her with a fiery passion, I believe she is a dishonest, irresponsible and ignorant individual who will bankrupt this country just before surrendering to anyone who feels like invading. To those who do like Hillary, remember that she voted to invade Iraq, and as first lady she was asked to work on reforming the health care situation in this country (she had eight years then, and even now has yet to do anything but say she will hand out oodles of money that this country doesn't have in order to run medical care more like Canada, which we cannot economically do).

Long story short, I'm voting McCain. Experience in office, strong values by the issue and not by party lines, qualified commander in chief.

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2008-03-06 20:16
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Unless Hillary and Obama do something spectacular I can not see myself voting for either of them. I will I will never, ever, ever vote republican. If that day comes, I will kill myself.

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2008-03-06 20:20
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Re: chaitea/Elinox '08
I'm really unhappy about this election.
Giuliani was my candidate of choice.

Now, it depends on who sounds less insane in the last stretch. I like Obama's ideas about health care and federal reform but hate his foreign policy platform. I'll probably vote McCain because lefties who are lefties for the sake of rebellion irritate me and Clinton has been wishy-washy about her stance on Iraq. Plus, the Democrats are talking about a tax increase by up to 20% and I'm not down with that.

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2008-03-06 20:23
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