I'd vote for Obama because Romney has shown that he is not a man of good character, nor true to his word. I can't trust him to look after the interests of the country beyond his own self-interest.
Obama. A vote for Romney would be a major set back for LGBT rights and marriage equality initiatives.
Not a question for me. Obama. He has gone from no gay marriage in his mind and evolved to, Ok, I've wrapped my head around this and I'm ok with it. With this one example, it shows me that he can, and is willing, to learn and expand his mind and breadth of knowledge.
Obama. No doubt. I voted for Romney as governor. It was the worst vote I ever cast in my life.
Obama and all the down ticket Democrats. Romney and the GOP are disastrous for America.
Definitely Obama. Romney is too secretive, arrogant and out of touch. I would fear for Gay rights and our country as a whole if he were elected.
Definitely Obama. I weep for this country if a member of the Cult of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, aka MORON is elected president. Shame on Israel for welcoming him with open arms after his cult continues to baptize Holocaust victims.
Obama all the way.
Obama for reason's already stated and a I second the "Shame on Israel". A vote for Romney would udo so many things too many people have worked to change, it would be setting us back 20 years.
romney no question
Romney...The economy is in a mess. At over 8%, sustained unemployment has never been higher. Real unemployment is over 20%. Two thirds of the country claim that we're going in the wrong direction. The nation has never been so polarized. And the only thing the Demo's and Obama-ites can offer is that it's Bush's fault. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting to get different results. It's insane to believe that after nearly four years of failure, Obama's misdirected economic policies will suddenly bring us back to prosperity. It ain't gonna happen, folks, as much as you might dream otherwise.
Obama, Romney was a lousy governor of Massachusetts. I'm glad some of the facts are finally coming out. And let's get Obama a Democratic House, too... then something can be accomplished.
I'm a little late on this.... OBAMA!!
Obama with the hope that the republican control of the house goes with it. An anonymous person said: "the only thing the Demo's and Obama-ites can offer is that it's Bush's fault" Well the fact of the matter is, the unemployment rate started to tank under GW Bush. That downward spiral couldnt not have been quickly stopped. We can agree to disagree, but know your facts before commenting. Also, look up Grover Norquist while youre at it.
To anyone dumb enough to support Robme, you need to remember that the economy didn't suddenly go south in January of 2009. It started long before that date, with conservative policies forcing the trainwreck we see today. We would currently be in much worse shape had the deniers of all in charge over the last four years. We cannot afford to return to the disastrous policies that created the debt, unemployment, and general unease we now face. Forward, not backwards. A vote for the GOP at any level is a vote to return to regressive social policies as well as economic disaster.
I'm afraid I have to disagree with "Clive" (not his real name) who supports the Romney 1% Time Machine because A.) he's a Mormon and B.) he believes that Bush carries no credit for the current state of the fiscal nightmare that is the US. In fact, Bush gets to shoulder the blame for ALL OF IT, including two senseless wars in the Middle East and giving the One Percent repeated tax breaks at the expense of the working class. Oh yeah, along with being a first class idiot and a clusless frat boy whose father bought him the White House not once, but twice. Enough said.
I'd rather not vote for either one of them, since they are both 1% elitists who are completely out of touch with real Americans.But given that these are the two buffoons we are stuck with, I will vote for Obama because he is least likely to set back equal rights for gays and he is least likely to outsource the rest of America's jobs.
I plan on voting for Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala of the Green Party. My vote will certainly not change the fact that Massachusetts will deliver its electoral votes to Obama, but it sends a message that I'm tired of Democrats acting like "Republican Lite."
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