I notice (often) that if you disagree with someone's POV on here; you must be a "Lib" or "Lefty" or "Right-Wing-er" or whatever...
Assume much? How do you know what their beliefs are?
Aside from the fact that people of the same party can have varying ideas as to how a situation should be handled (otherwise why would primary elections be necessary?)
The second reason would be not everyone IS one or the other. You should know there are actual 3rd parties in this country (several of them); as well as a whole segment of the population who consider themselves Independent; and base their opinions on each issue individually; sometimes coming in on the conservative side and sometimes on the liberal side.
Answer by christaberk at 11:12 AM on May. 2, 2009
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Answer by tnmomofive at 11:29 AM on May. 2, 2009
I vote where the candidate has policies that I agree with.
I have voted democratic in the past and I have voted independent and I have voted republican.
I was going to vote democrat last election until Obama got nominated, there is nothing that I agree with on his policies.
I think he was voted in just to be a historical statement and he is not qualified for this office. Left, and right wingers need to come to the middle for everyone's sake.
Right now Obama is a EXTREME LEFT WINGER and is DESTROYING our country.
I believe that we all need to be informed and Vote some people didn't even get out and vote, so sad because now we have a left wing extremest in office.
It is so sad to see what our country is becoming.
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