May 18, 2012 2:07 am at 2:07 am #875110OneOfManyParticipant
This is my first time voting. I’m actually seriously considering Mickey Mouse. 😛May 18, 2012 2:50 am at 2:50 am #875111chanceParticipant
Yungerman: Why would snyone vote for ROn Paul? Because if you are looking for a communist government , then vote for Obama , the Kenyan Citizen, ( which has been proven over again and again) His biographies on the things he wrote in college all say , born in Kenya, his wife said it too, 2 times during the presidential campaign,)
Mitt ROmney will also be a puppet, and Ron Paul had a great chance of winning unti BEn Benake had a talk with him. He was definately threatened and now he has no chance of winning.
We dont live in a free country, the elections are rigged, they do whatever they want , and you , like a bunch of sheeple , will just listen. Its amazing how the outside world sees whats coming so clearly ,and the jewish people still think they live in a medinah shel chesed. Wake up folks before its too late.
If you dont believe me check out you tube on Michelle Obama saying that he is born in kenya.May 18, 2012 3:40 am at 3:40 am #875112yytzParticipant
Like a couple of people who’ve posted so far, I’m liberal on most domestic policy issues. I can’t vote for Obama in this election, though, because of Israel. Every time Jews want to build a new house in East Jerusalem, Obama condemns it! Ridiculously biased. As if it’s OK to tell Jews they can’t live in certain neighborhoods! Romney probably wouldn’t be much better — I think Bush was also pretty bad on Israel, even if seemed a little more sympathetic. Santorum was pretty good on Israel, though. I can’t stand Republican domestic policy, so I’m not going to vote at all. Hopefully one day the U.S. will stop telling Israel what to do.May 18, 2012 1:20 pm at 1:20 pm #875113
@chance, I don’t understand you. First of all, I absolutely do not believe it is true – Obama was born in Hawaii.
However, even if it WOULD be true, why would that be a problem? I would think that you, being the child (or grandchild) of immigrants yourself, shouldn’t object to that? Would you say your parents – born maybe in Germany, Poland, Lithuania or wherever – are unfit to be president solely because they weren’t born in the US?
I think the requirement for the president to be a U.S.-born citizen is fundamentally wrong, since the US is a nation of immigrants (except for Native Americans – and they are immigrants as well, but longer ago). Why should first-generation immigrants be discriminated against?
In a long-standing country with a truly ethnic population such as Russia, Spain, Italy or India, one could understand such a law. But in a country built by immigrants not so long ago, I fail to see why it is relevant where a prospective president was born.
Do you really think Obama’s loyalty is to Kenya?
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