huntingdude16 wrote:How about you go lick a set and get back to me.
Nice, you nuts are starting to drop already a few more years you may be a full blown conservative
Who would have thought a person who thinks Obama would be the lesser of two evils, would admit being lazy?
huntingdude16 wrote:I was raised with democratic voting parents and un-hesitantly supported Kerry in the '04 election.
Since then, i've moved towards the center, and frankly I think this is where I will stay. I don't see myself becoming any more 'red'.
Simply being raised with democratic parents still gives me a bias towards Obama, even though I realize I couldnt vote for him...
huntingdude16 wrote:Sorry, but I don't see it making any sense.
If I can't vote for either of them for what they stand for, I have no right to complain about the one does become president? What kind of logic is that?
It would be different if I didnt care about politics at all and didnt know anything about the candidates and pleaded ignorance, or just not caring, and THEN complaining. Then I shouldnt have any right to complain because I didnt care to look at either of the candidates and vote against the one now complaining about.
But I HAVE looked, and that is WHY I couldnt vote for either. Should I be blamed for having issues un-votable-for in both candidates?
What i'm saying is, the ignorant do not have a right to complain. The well-informed, weather they decide to vote or can't vote for either, do.A popular bumper sticker in the 90's was "Don't blame me I voted for Bush".
In recent years i've also seen "Don't blame me, I voted for Kerry." bumper stickers.