View Poll Results: Who is your choice for President of the US

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  • Constitution - Virgil Goode

    0 0%
  • Democratic - Barack Obama

    26 56.52%
  • Green - Jill Stein

    3 6.52%
  • Justice - Rocky Anderson

    2 4.35%
  • Libertarian - Gary Johnson

    9 19.57%
  • Republican - Mitt Romney

    6 13.04%
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    Want to end it with a gong sau? I'd love to see how my rusty judo would stack up against a weak, ugly old man.
    Geriatric gong sau! Oh I can't wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit View Post
    Geriatric gong sau! Oh I can't wait.

    Zimmer frames at dawn!

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    Looks like Obama won.
    Now hopefully we can talk about stupid **** OTHER than politics.

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    Hey the Bullshido Poll was fairly accurate

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    Hey the Bullshido Poll was fairly accurate
    I suppose that might be an indication that when secret ballot is involved, we actually have quite a representative cross section of people over here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    I suppose that might be an indication that when secret ballot is involved, we actually have quite a representative cross section of people over here.
    From an outsider's point of view it may just be that you have to be close to a retard to think that Romney will represent you well unless you're in the <1%.

    Hey look at that, he got almost 50% of the votes.

    Not saying Obama is any better, but that's what you get with a **** system where there are only two choices.
    Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hpr View Post
    it may just be that you have to be close to a retard to think that Romney will represent you well unless you're in the <1%.
    I perhaps wouldn't put it quite that strongly, but that statement roughly echoes my sentiment.
    Remember, I'm an outsider, too :)

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    I voted for the Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson.

    I have not been enthusiastic about any presidential candidate since I became eligible to vote in 1988. In this election, I thought about it for a long time and concluded that there was no way I could endorse either President Obama or Mr. Romney.

    The Goldman-Sachs poster sums up this election perfectly. I'm really tired of the two party system. As someone previously mentioned, campaign finance reform now please.
    Shut the hell up and train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp View Post
    I'm really tired of the two party system. As someone previously mentioned, campaign finance reform now please.
    You're going to need reform of your electoral system as well if you want actual pluralist politics. We have extremely strict campaign financing laws in the UK while still having first-past-the-post voting, resulting in what is basically a 2.5 party system.

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    Here's how things will work out for the United States.

    The trend of liberal governance will continue because liberalism is easy. It's easy to sit at home collecting your welfare check. It's easy to watch the Kardashians every day instead of getting up and going to work. It's easy to chat it up on your Obamaphone. It's easy to get your affirmative action job. It's easy to bring your family over from Mexico illegally when you know they'll receive the same benefits as natural born citizens.

    It's easy when you don't pay taxes but still get a refund. It's easy to take a **** in the middle of Wall Street instead of working your way up in the world. It's easy to disregard the importance of the traditional nuclear family because your mother was a whore and your father was a cad. It's easy to go out to the gay bar with all your gay buddies and giggle about cocks all night.

    These impotent people now make up a majority of our society and there are more of them every day. The country is weak. The people are weak. They have power because they can vote, not because they can produce. Just like Christians gained power a couple thousand years ago by being the voice of the weak. By convincing people it is morally superior to be weak.

    So liberals will continue to cast their votes every four years while the people who produce, provide and protect are pushed further and further to the fringes of society. Liberals will ride the ship all the way to the bottom of the ocean. They can't keep the ship on course because they never bothered to learn how to navigate.

    Ultimately the country could end up in ruins, which is probably for the best. I've said many times our country is still young. It's an experiment in progress and it's an experiment that can fail. Eventually, if the machine does break, all those people whose only contribution to society was one ballot every four years will once again find themselves where they belong - underfoot. Under the boot heel of the strong. That is the natural order of things and that's the way it always will be.

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