(Closed) Now that the GOP has chosen a VP for the ticket, who will you vote for in Nov.?

posted 7 years ago in Legal
  • poll: Who Will You Vote For?
    Obama-Biden : (245 votes)
    67 %
    Romney-Ryan : (78 votes)
    21 %
    Still Undecided : (19 votes)
    5 %
    Third-Party Candidate : (22 votes)
    6 %
  • Post # 107
    1309 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: December 2011

    Paul Ryan is an interesting choice. That being said I don’t think I will be voting for Romeny/Ryan because like other posters I am past the point of voting for the “lesser evil.” Not sure who I will be voting for.

    Off topic, it’s true, a tiny percentage of PP’s budget goes to abortions, but they also happen to be the #1 employer of abortionists in the United States. If you shut down PP you put A TON of abortionists out of work. So for women who feel like I do, right now PP has 3% of their budget going to what we personally consider sterilized, institutionalized violence. If they shift those resources to 0% then we’d think again.

    But, on topic, Paul Ryan is indeed a looker. Not sure if someone already posted this.


    Post # 108
    62 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: June 2013

    I wish that the reasons I always end up voting Democrat weren’t even on the spectrum, becauase I believe that women’s and gay rights should just be a great big DUHH instead of hotly contested topics.  Because as much as I love me some Obama family, I feel like I can’t debate the actual politics because I already know who I have to vote for in order for my and my friends’ rights to be kept in tact.  

    That’s why I’m trying to make this the first election that I walk into the voting booth completely educated on my local politics, so I’ll feel like I’m actually making a difference. And hopefully help make Maryland the first state in history to vote FOR gay marriage!

    Post # 109
    170 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: November 1999

    I’d already decided Obama/Biden. Too many extremists. 

    Post # 112
    13700 posts
    Honey Beekeeper
    • Wedding: November 1999

    I was pretty torn for a while, but as soon as he picked Ryan, my Obama vote was solidified. 

    Post # 113
    1542 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: June 2013

    Ain’t no way in hell i’d vote for obama. He’s such a liar that can’t even take responsibility for all his broken promises…. spending millions of dollars on lies to make republicans look bad when its either totally bending or avoiding the truth or just plain a lie. And the public just accepts what the media tells them without actually checking for themself… it amazes me.  i have to refrain from throwing bricks at the TV. 

    I would vote for romney no matter what because he’s not obama…. But adding Ryan to the ticket is much more convincing. I wish it was a Ryan – Romney ticket instead but this’ll have to do.


    Post # 114
    1446 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

    Obama/Biden is who I will be voting for. Adding Ryan to the ticket did nothing to sway my opinion. My decision was made when Romney was announced as the Republican candidate.

    Post # 115
    11231 posts
    Sugar Beekeeper
    • Wedding: August 2013

    @BothCoasts:  +1

    @Roe:  +1

    @UpstateCait:  +1

    @twoblackcats:  +1

    @HelleCat:  <3

    For those of you who think that shutting down PP will bring abortions to 0, think again. Shutting down clinics that perform abortions in a SAFE, CLEAN, STERILE environment with a PROFESSIONAL will NOT stop women from seeking them, it will only force them to choose more dangerous routes that will probably kill them. Please go watch the video When Abortion was Illegal: Untold Stories of what women had to do before they had somewhere safe.

    Post # 116
    2902 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: March 2014

    @DeadlyNightshade:  ‘People’ dont think that. Ignorant uneducated people blinded by their own religious agenda think that. Unfortunately for America you have a whole lot of those sorts and they will be voting. 

    It’s quite terrifying. 

    Post # 117
    4505 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: September 2010

    Proudly voting for Obama/Biden again! 

    I’m not a one-issue voter. Even though I agree with Obama’s position on abortion, I wouldn’t vote for someone on that basis alone. To me, the issues that have much graver and far-reaching implications are foreign policy, military policy, health care, economic & fiscal policy, and environmental policy. 

    Post # 118
    2999 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2013

    Please don’t waste votes on 3rd party cantidates. Its too important this time around.

    Post # 119
    10285 posts
    Sugar Beekeeper
    • Wedding: October 2011

    @vorpalette: I completely agree. I know someone who had an abortion 30+ years ago and it was anything but safe. I’m not sure if people think that back alley abortions really existed but I can 100% confirm that they did because this person had one. It was done by a “doctor” who had lost his medical license for whatever reason and offered these “services” as a way to pay his bills. I’m not going to go into any more details but it was horrible and no one should ever have to go through that. 

    Post # 120
    3981 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: July 2011

    I wont get into any political argument. I will say that my husband and I have and will again proudly vote for Obama. It wont matter much since we live in Texas and he wont win the state either way but I will still vote because I still believe in him!

    Post # 121
    5399 posts
    Bee Keeper

    Why do people base their vote on one or two hot button topics like abortion, gay marriage, or gun control laws? Those issues affect us far less than economic policy, health care, military spending, and education. 

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