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Old 10-23-2012, 09:38 PM
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Default Re: USA Presidential Election

Originally Posted by mintjelly View Post
Not gonna lie, I wouldn't vote for either candidate.

My political beliefs lie somewhat toward anarchy.
If it worked during the Spanish Civil War, it can work again.
It didn't work, and that is why they are currently a democracy today. -_-

Originally Posted by bronislav84 View Post
And ruin life for the poor, who are NOT a minority.

You forgot:

4. If you have Medicaid, there is a waiting list for lab tests and people could DIE while waiting to find out what's wrong with them. Or something like that. Massachusetts is already on this system.
That is not true at all. As a child of a military service member, and a dual citizen, I can tell you that Medicaid does not create such a scenario. There is a reason why countries with "socialist medicine" rank higher than the U.S when it comes to medical care.

Originally Posted by Kenny_C.002 View Post
Well the only logical choice is Obama, if you're talking about the lesser of two evils. The thing is, we don't know what Romney would do outside of him being corporatist, and right now it's better to take the candidate that is more predictable than one that isn't. Obama isn't a good candidate due to him having issues like continuing warantless wiretapping, signing indefinite detention to US citizens, and promoting drone strikes on US citizens in foreign soil. Romney is NOT going to change any of that anyway, so it's not like voting him would fix any of these issues.
The NDAA bill does not enable indefinite detention to U.S citizens, but only to foreigners (read the bill itself). He watered-down the Patriot Act, and, as far as I can see, has not promoted drone strikes on U.S citizens.
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