Who are you voting for?

Who do you plan to vote for, for President? 
Why do you feel they will be the best choice?  And…do you come to your decision by what others say, what you hear on the news, or by studying their actual positions?

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18 thoughts on “Who are you voting for?

  1. Anonymous

    McCain. I think the democrats would be VERY bad for this country right now. Hillary I personally like, but I don’t think the world is ready to respect a women as head of the United States, and Obama is simply a fool. That people are so influenced by the words “change, change, change” blows my mind. They have no idea what he will change. He has so little leadership experience. He’s a great speaker and our foolish country is letting that lead their votes.

  2. Anonymous

    I don’t know who I will vote for now. I suppose part of it will depend on who the running mates are. Interestingly enough according to my political beliefs I should be voting Obama. I have seen him speak in person, and LOVED him, but there is something that nags me and tells me not to vote for him. Weird. Hillary doesn’t quite match me as closely, I haven’t met her in person, but I find myself secretly hoping that she pulls a rabbit out of her hat and beats Obama.

    They say to never under-estimate the voice inside your head, which leaves me with no clue what I’m going to do. Maybe an independent will pop up or something…

  3. Anonymous

    McCain – although I do have to be honest and say that I think our choices are ALL bad this time around. I know, my opinion but it is what it is. I am horrified that we could see Obama as our next President – people, PLEASE read his background – learn what this man is REALLY about.

  4. Anonymous

    I’m also voting McCain. I’m reluctant, because I’m not thrilled with him, but Obama scares me. I agree with the first anonymous that he’s a fantastic speaker, but his record on the issues terrifies me. Too liberal for me.

  5. Anonymous

    McCain most likely though I consider him more democrat than republican even if he calls himself a republican. Based on my beliefs, none of the candidates are good. I have been peaking at Ron Paul a little, though I doubt he could win. Some of what he says/believes is actually good!

  6. Anonymous

    Obama scares me, Hillary is in it for herself only, and McCain is too liberal. Who WILL I vote for?? I might not even vote!

  7. Amy

    Obama, most likely. I am praying every moment that McCain does not win the election because we are a military family and, along with most of the soldiers and families here, we don’t believe that staying in Iraq for “a hundred years” is the best situation … or the right situation for us or anyone else. I’ll vote for Hillary if I have to, but I’d prefer Obama. I think he’d be a great president.

  8. Anonymous

    I’m voting for McCain. I’m a proud Republican and probably will always be.

    That being said… it makes me well up with pride that a woman has made it this far in the Presidential race. As much as I don’t want to see a Democrat in the White House, should Hillary happen to win, I would cry very proud tears that my daughters can grow up in a country where they can truly be anything they can dream of!

  9. Anonymous

    I also don’t think there is a good candidate now but I guess I’m voting the lesser of two evils. McCain will get my vote by default!

  10. Anonymous

    Ladies, Ladies, Ladies…Obama is it. He is fantastic and as a political “newbie” is the perfect man for the job. Please, please, please give him a chance–do you really want corrupt, 4 more years of Bush business as usual politics. OMG we need a fresh perspective and not just a stubborn good old boys attitude which is what we have had for 8 years now. Listen to the man, he’s brilliant and in my opinion is out for the best interest of our country.

  11. Anonymous

    Would have voted for Hillary, but now it looks like it’s going to be Obama. I’m sick of Republican leadership – it is definitely time for a CHANGE!

  12. Anonymous

    McCain. I am not happy with the choice I have this year, but Obama is a political novice who keeps talking about “change”. What change? His politics are no different from Edward Kennedy, Hillary Clinton (who I actually thought got a raw deal in the primaries), and countless other liberal democrats. Someone with as little experience as Obama has no business being CIC in this internationally charged environment.

  13. Brandi

    Chuck Baldwin for President!! We do not have to choose the lesser of the two evils “McCain” The Constitution party aims to reflect the principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights… The Constitution Party gratefully acknowledges the blessing of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as Creator, Preserver and Ruler of the Universe and of these United States. We hereby appeal to Him for mercy, aid, comfort, guidance and the protection of His Providence as we work to restore and preserve these United States. The goal of the Constitution Party is to restore America to its Biblical foundations and to limit the federal government to its Constitutional boundaries.

  14. Anonymous

    If I could I’d “vote for Pedro”, but since I can’t I’ll go with McCain. Obama scares me to death. He came out of nowhere, I’m not so sure of his religious views because what he SAYS is so wishy washy. I don’t know why, but I think of the book of Revelations when I think of Obama… I fear he is evil.

  15. scred of obama

    before anyone votes i think you should go to http://www.ontheissues.org it provides a lot of facts about everyone. i dont look for male/female i dont care if youre democrat/republican. all i care about is your plans for my children and myself and wht you believe in. i will tell you this now i HATE ot vote for McCain due to Plain. i think nothing of her personally, i believe she has no soul. if she has the balls to tell the world that if her own daughter was raped she would not allow her to have an abortion, she is a heartless… ill leave it at that… obama scares the sh!t out of me. if he gets in office were headed toward another depression.

  16. ME and only ME

    Obama. McCain scares the heck out of me… Palin has no experience coupled with the fact that she is too conservative for me. I have no issues with people being against abortion, but she and others like her would like to make that desicion for all of us. No thanks. I also disagree with her on a majority of the larger issues. Republicans have had thier 8 years, they didnt accomplish much, we need a change now. Check out http://www.factcheck.org/ instead of listening to biased TV/Radio/personalities make up your own mind with the truth. Accept no partial truths or spinning!

  17. Anonymous

    O*B*A*M*A gets my vote.

    I honestly can’t see why anyone would vote for McCain — he may have been a “maverick” before he kept losing in the primaries, but then he finally starting toeing the Republican party line to be more “electable” by right-wing conservatives. I get so tired of conservatives forcing their “values” upon everyone while leading selfish, hypocritical lives. Sarah Palin is an altogether frightening candidate — full of religious zeal and no knowledge. The McCain/Palin camp has become increasingly desperate and underhanded as they slide in the polls, revealing exactly what we can expect from these candidates.

    Obama is a visionary, someone who sees what’s possible when you bring people together and inspire them to believe in themselves and their communities. Who cares if he isn’t one of the old guard in Washington? Bush was about as “Washington” as it gets — and look what he did to our country. People who say they’re “afraid” of Obama should take a good, hard look at themselves and ask what they’re really afraid of.


  18. Hmmmm

    I voted against Obama and was sooo sad when he was elected. Now I am afraid. How is that ‘change’ working out now?


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