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  • #603412

    ChaimShamayim
    Keymaster

    Who should I vote for?

    #875061

    bekitzur
    Participant

    Romney.

    #875062

    AlanH923
    Participant

    Romney

    #875063

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Mickey Mouse.

    #875064

    PBT
    Member

    Personally I’m voting for Romney. I definitely think he has the potential to be a better President than Obama. That said, no matter who wins the election, the only one I’ll trust with my wellbeing, and with that of Klal Yisroel, is HaShem.

    #875065

    MorahRach
    Member

    Romney.

    #875066

    musser zoger
    Participant

    What’s the difference? Unless you live in Ohio, Florida or one of the few other swing states your vote won’t matter in the Electoral College. Electoral votes in New York, California, Illinois, etc are going 100% for Obama.

    #875067

    TheGoq
    Participant

    In the words of Tim Pawlenty (remember him?) Obamney.

    #875068

    LIVEandLEARN
    Member

    Romney duh! I’d rather vote for a monkey than obama.

    #875069

    chance
    Participant

    Ron Paul. The only person that says the truth. Romney and Obama are the same people with a different name.

    #875070

    ROMNEY!!!!

    #875071

    far east
    Member

    lets see who has the guts to say their voting for obama…

    #875072

    🍫Syag Lchochma
    Participant

    Hey musser zoger: guess whos coming home to vote in her very first election! I think she plans on voting for Bush.

    #875073

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    Newt…

    Scamander. ^_^

    #875074

    Poster
    Member

    musser zoger, why is that?

    #875075

    yungerman1
    Participant

    chance- Paul has no chance of winning, and will only pull votes away from Romney. So for anyone that (after Paul) prefers Romney over Obama, I cannot understand why they would vote for Paul.

    #875076

    ChaimShamayim
    Keymaster

    WHy do Jews vote for Obama?

    #875077

    musser zoger
    Participant

    Poster, See article II section I of the U.S. Constitution. Also see Rashi and Tosfos there.

    #875078

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Okay, I really think 42 has memorized the book.

    #875079

    Dave Hirsch
    Participant

    Let’s see: Those who work in academia and in the public sector will want to vote for Obama, and those who work in the public sector would prefer Romney.

    Being that I work in the private sector, I will IY”H cast my vote for Romney.

    #875080

    besalel
    Participant

    I guess the cheese stands alone. While I am not 100% sure yet, I am leaning towards Obama. I feel like with respect to the Israel issue, the State Department basically dictates the relationship between Israel and the USA and all presidents are more or less the same.

    On domestic issues, I consider myself a liberal and Obama comes closer to being progressive than Romney.

    I also like some of the things Romney has to offer like an expertise in handling the economy. So I dont know yet.

    That being said, I would vote in a second for a Guiliani-Bloomberg ticket!

    #875081

    Yamoos7123
    Member

    Obama is pro-gays and Romney is a mormon so lets all vote for mickey mouse

    #875082

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    sorry to say but I think I would only vote for Romney if he names Rubio his VP

    #875083

    sof davar
    Member

    “sorry to say but I think I would only vote for Romney if he names Rubio his VP”

    I don’t understand the logic here. Are you implying that without Rubio on the ticket there is no substantive advantage of Romney over Obama. And if you do hold that viewpoint, how to you think having Rubio as VP would change Romney. The president sets policy for an administration.

    #875084

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    Hmmm. Looks like OneOfMany and Yamoos agree with each other here. I hereby declare OneOfMany a Troll Sympathizer ^_^

    #875085

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Hey, he agreed with me. So that makes the troll a OneOfMany Sympathizer. 😛

    #875086

    Actually your both Mickey Mouse Sympathizers^_^

    #875087

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    I don’t understand the logic here. Are you implying that without Rubio on the ticket there is no substantive advantage of Romney over Obama. And if you do hold that viewpoint, how to you think having Rubio as VP would change Romney. The president sets policy for an administration.

    yes, I view Obama and Romney as politicians (Poli meaning many tic meaning blood sucking creatures) as opposed to Rubio who I feel is an emesdik guy (hardly stained by politics) I feel both Romney and Obama would say anything possible to get or stay elected, and if Rubio is on the ticket I feel he would veer Romney in the right direction (this is just MPO)

    #875088

    Yamoos7123
    Member

    OOM and YW moderator-42: I think that you are being over on lashon harah and one of the rules is no lashon harah. I am especially ashamed of you moderator bc you are supposed to be preventing this kind of thing

    #875089

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Yamoos: I don’t harbor you any ill will. If you want to know what I think about your type see HERE. If you’d cut out the annoying stuff I think we’d get along fine.

    #875090

    sof davar
    Member

    “and if Rubio is on the ticket I feel he would veer Romney in the right direction”

    I may or may not agree with your definition of politicians. However, do you really believe that they would both advance the same policies? Why do you care if the president is being “sincere”? If you believe that neither is sincere, but one of them will insincerely advance policies that will be better for the country, wouldn’t it make sense to vote for him?

    Also, why do you believe that Rubio would have such great influence over a “blood sucking creature”?

    #875091

    BSD
    Member

    Mickey Mouse will be great for the economy. Who should be vp?

    #875092

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    Hermione Granger

    #875093

    sof davar
    Member

    “Hermione Granger”

    The constitution Article 93 section 38.8 specifically prohibits a mud-blood from being president or vice president.

    #875094

    Mitch Hedberg

    #875095

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    That’s ok, she’s not really interested anyway:

    #875096

    bygirl93
    Member

    ROMNEY!!!! anything is better than becoming a communist country- because that is what obama is trying to do!!

    #875097

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    I would’ve said Snape. ^_^

    #875098

    I’m not American – but if I were, I’d go for Obama. Same reasons as besalel. For example, the health care revolution he initiated has to be preserved. In the UK we have the NHS which is absolutely amazing, way beter than the rumours I had heard before moving here. Maybe it’s not great everywhere – but in the Gateshead/Newcastle area, the NHS is absolutely great.

    #875099

    sof davar
    Member

    I would’ve said Snape. ^_^

    Isn’t he the incumbent?

    #875100

    yitayningwut
    Participant

    I would totally vote for Snape.

    #875101

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    However, do you really believe that they would both advance the same policies?

    no, however I feel that after an Obama we need someone to bring us back on track someone like Reagan after Carter, I don’t think Romney is that man

    Also, why do you believe that Rubio would have such great influence over a “blood sucking creature”?

    A person’s running mate is the direction in which he wants to go

    #875102

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Isn’t he the incumbent?

    My uncle has a bumper sticker that says “Republicans for Voldemort,” so I guess the lineup is Snape vs. Voldemort. Hmm, tough call… ^_^

    #875103

    ^_^ Nymphadora ^_^

    #875104

    sof davar
    Member

    “no, however I feel that after an Obama we need someone to bring us back on track someone like Reagan after Carter, I don’t think Romney is that man”

    I may agree with you. But Romney is the only one (with any kind of chance) who is running against Obama. So why wouldn’t you vote for the more preferable choice even if it’s not what you wanted.

    “A person’s running mate is the direction in which he wants to go”

    I disagree. I believe that a person’s running mate is the person who can bring in a state or segmant of the electorate that he could not otherwise get. Do you think that Joe Biden is the direction that Obama wanted to go? He just needed an older and more experienced politician to balance his youth. Does Biden have ANY influence over policy? In fact, how many VPs did?

    #875105

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Oh why thank you for your vote of confidence, doodle of a man. ^_^ Would you like to be my VP?

    #875106

    Only if you win.

    #875107

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    YAY! Vote for Tonks and DoodleMan, dedicated to bringing you the best in laughs and snorts this term! 8D

    #875108

    whoever doesnt vote for us is officially a troll.

    #875109

    writersoul
    Member

    I revel in my last presidential election in which I can kick back, relax and not need to think of for whom to vote.

    Blame the grownups!

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