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What is your political standpoint?
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Posted 8/18/11


I wish I knew what it said ;_; The only words I could understand were "bastard" and "Russia", I'm assuming it's just mat.
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Posted 8/18/11
I believe I am registered as a democrat but I honestly don't care about party politics and refuse to vote for someone just because they are democrat. In the last election I would have voted for Clinton but ended up voting for McCain since she didn't make it. We need a better party system than we have now. Nothing gets done because the two major sides can't compromise. I love how Obama keeps getting on the tv saying the republicans are not willing to compromise but it takes 2 to negotiate. I wish we had more of a diverse senate and house so that we might actually get something done. Other democracies have it why can't we? We need a strong president like FDR and i don't think that is going to happen.
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26 / M / Canada
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Posted 8/18/11
I live in a country where we would elect Wayne Gretzky if he ran for Prime Minister, so it's really hard to take politics seriously here. Liberals and Conservatives basically want the same thing, but they both have their round about ways of saying it. Any other parties we have are joke parties.
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Posted 8/18/11
FUCK POLITICS.
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26 / M / Everett
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Posted 8/18/11 , edited 8/18/11
I'm good old fashioned liberal, you need to spend money to make money. Isn't that how the saying goes? And taxes should definitely be raised so that everyone pays the same percentage, we don't need none of the bs logic that since the rich give more, we should tax them less. We have the lowest tax rate since the 1950's. Also corporations are NOT people my friends.

In the 2012 election I will not vote for anyone, Republicans are too right wing, and Obama just has the wrong way of negotiating. What I see him do is bring a plan that is centrist enough that would have passed in the past, but now his plans are carried from the center to the right until it becomes something everyone hates.Too left for the tea baggers, and too right for the dems. (or perhaps just right). If we had a strong liberal democrat or dare I say socialist, I would vote for him without a doubt.
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Posted 8/18/11
I don't care for politics, I don't even know any of the parties apart from democrat 'cause it was in the first post. I'll probably forget it straight away
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20 / F / Oklahoma
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Posted 8/20/11 , edited 8/20/11
I am not old enough to vote ,but if I could I would vote Republican.
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Posted 8/26/11 , edited 8/26/11
I'd like to see massive reductions in income disparity through providing a basic standard of living, including universal healthcare, universal education, and full employment with a living wage. I think our elections should not be corporate-funded horse races between a near-right party and a far-right party. We should be able to withstand multiple points of view and so I would like to see our political conversation be independent, publicly funded, informed and diverse. I think we should break up monopolies and in cases of natural monopolies and essential services they should also be public and run as services with low overhead, rather than for profit. I think that natural resources should not be auctioned off to the highest bidder but should be publicly controlled and used responsibly in the interests of society, in a way that respects the commons and the natural environment.

Have at ye!
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Posted 8/26/11
I prefer to stay away from politics. However a test stated that I am a liberal.
Posted 8/27/11
Politics, politics, politics.....

Known as a democrat.
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Posted 8/27/11
I have no job

that's my political stand point
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32 / M / Wisconsin
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Posted 8/27/11
If I had take a political label, I would go with libertarian. Generally, I try to hold a moderate stance and not affiliate with a particular political party.
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Posted 8/27/11 , edited 8/27/11
Independent, and sadly one of the few blacks who are not democrap voters or supporters of Obama.

I am not convinced anyone on the Republican't party will beat that wanna-be professor tomoe in the white house....yet.

Herman Cain seem to have some ideas that I like. But he needs to show me more before I'm ready to hop on his train.

Ron Paul is more hype than substaince....hell the man wants to legalize drugs, which is enough to make me refuse to support him. He won't even get the republican nomination.

Michelle Bachman...well, she was a nobody before she came on the SavageNation. (Yeah that's right, I listen to Michael Savage and damn proud of it) Since then she grew an ego and no one takes her seriously.

Newt Gingrich....go away. Just...go.

Sarah Palin. The less said about that ego-maniac the better.

Rick Perry. This one is interesting. He seems to be the run away favorite to beat Obama. But he has yet to answer questions to things that has bothered me in america and how he'll fix them. And I've read things about him that has kept me away from this man at the moment.

And yes, I DO SUPPORT the tea party. The real ones, not these fakes that the death buster democrats want you to believe.

(Noticed the sailor moon references?)
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