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Old 02-06-08, 12:21 PM
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Folks who are voting Democrat this election..

If you are supporting Hiliary, but Obama gets the nod, will you vote for him? Vice versa?
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is there a poll?
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I support Obama and will not vote for Clinton in the general election.

If I lived in a swing state I'd probably vote for her.
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Originally Posted by al_bundy
is there a poll?
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<---- Not a Democrat.

Tentatively, I am supporting Clinton, but would vote for Obama if the Republican nominee is anyone but McCain. However, if McCain ends up picking Huckabee or some other troglodyte like Santorum as his running mate, then I would reconsider that. Likewise, my support for Clinton, tentative as it is already, is predicated on the assumption that she would pick someone inoffensive as her running mate - Bill Richardson, for instance.
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I can't see voting for Senator McCain under any circumstances, let alone Governor Huckabee, so while I'd like Senator Obama to be the nominee, I'll settle for Senator Clinton.

Now, if the Republican nominee is Governor Romney and the Democratic nominee is Senator Clinton, I'll have to do some thinking. Odds are I'd still wind up voting for Senator Clinton, but it's not a no-brainer for me.
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I don't like any of the choices for Democrat, but may eventually come around to voting for Clinton.

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Great, another freakin' tie. LOL.
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Voted for Obama, will not vote for Clinton.
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Primary: voted for Obama

It doesn't matter who the hell I vote for in the general election. I might as well write in David Duke. But if Clinton is elected I'll still probably vote for her.
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clinton will tear this country apart with her health care plan.

i dont want all my money going towards that.
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I support Obama, but I will vote for Clinton if Obama loses the delegates. It's a hard decision, because I don't like how Hilary has gone after video games in the past with Palp.., I mean Lieberman. I cannot and will never vote for a Republican as long as they continue to give the religous right the power that they do. Even if the worse case scenario happens(McCain wins), he's still an upgrade from the douche we have in office now.
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Originally Posted by enrage
clinton will tear this country apart with her health care plan.

i dont want all my money going towards that.
so you are obama + no vote on hillary?
Originally Posted by Michael Ballack
I cannot and will never vote for a Republican as long as they continue to give the religous right the power that they do.
Examples?
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Originally Posted by Thor Simpson
so you are obama + no vote on hillary?
Examples?

Terri Schaivo?
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Would vote for Obama, and plan on voting for him in our primary. Wouldn't vote for Hillary if hell froze over.
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I don't support either, but I'll vote for the Democratic nominee - period.
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I really dislike everyone in this election. If they dug up the corpse of Seabiscuit ans put him on the ballot I would probably vote for that but after saying that...
I will vote democrat (for Obama) unless it looks like Ron Paul has a fighting chance. If Clinton gets the nomination I wont vote. McCain and Huckabee give me nightmares.
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In the past I've voted Dem and Rep, but this year, I'll be voting for whoever is the Dem, if only to illustrate my disgust with the current administration.
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Question for chris sc77 - what do you find that Paul & Obama have in common?

The two are virtually polar opposites.
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One thing they do have in common.

They both have sizeable followings on the internet. I think one of our members calls them carbon blobs.
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I'll vote for any Democrat over any Republican. I'd happily support either of the two current frontrunners. If I had to vote today, I'd go Obama, but only because I fear his losing to a Republican less.
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Originally Posted by classicman2
Question for chris sc77 - what do you find that Paul & Obama have in common?

The two are virtually polar opposites.
Both of them Wont waste my fuc*ing TAXES!!!!!!!!
At least they say they wont.
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Originally Posted by onebyone
Would vote for Obama, and plan on voting for him in our primary. Wouldn't vote for Hillary if hell froze over.
Same here. If it ended up being Hillary as the Democratic nominee, I probably won't vote in the general.
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Originally Posted by chris_sc77
Both of them Wont waste my fuc*ing TAXES!!!!!!!!
At least they say they wont.
I guess it depends on what you consider waste.

Have you seen the rather ambitious programs that Obama wants to enact? btw: I support those programs.

I certainly don't believe Ron Paul supports them.
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Originally Posted by classicman2
I guess it depends on what you consider waste.

Have you seen the rather ambitious programs that Obama wants to enact? btw: I support those programs.

I certainly don't believe Ron Paul supports them.
No i am unfamiliar with the ambitious programs Obama wants to enact. However if used for something positive and he is able to fund them from money taken away from the military I am all for it. Every dollar that goes to the military disgusts me more and more and I believe these two candidates will certainly lessen spending in that particular way at least.

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