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Who here has the balls to admit voting for Romney or Obama?

I'm not so naive that I don't believe there are people here that aren't going to root for their "home team" when it's crunch time.

So does anyone want to admit to it?

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Sorry to disappoint. My

Sorry to disappoint. My elderly Mom and I both wrote in Ron Paul. LOL In fact, my Mom originally checked the box for Johnson, then thought better of it and requested a new ballot so she could write in Dr. Paul. :) Hand counted paper ballots here in my area of NH, so those votes will count.

Blessings )o(

Paul or None at All.


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I'd have easily admitted voting...

for Obama...if I wasn't living in a Blue state. Thankfully, I din't have to taste that bile in my throat and finally pulled the lever for Johnson.

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

I Voted (hearts)

I voted with my "Toilet Voting Machine" (TVM for short).

That way when I pull the lever on my TVM at least I know who I casted the vote for and where that vote goes....

Reasons to vote with a TVM:

*No lock boxes
*No computers
*No hanging chads
*No votes being counted in Spain

It's fast. It's safe. It's secure and 100% ACCURATE :)

Hearts, hearts and more hearts.....

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm-

What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks

As the OP of the topic....

I want to vote Gary Johnson but due to technical reasons I am ineligible to vote. I moved to Tennessee from Indiana, and I have to be a resident 60 days to register to vote. I've been here all of 29 days.

I voted for Barrack Obama in 2008 in Indiana because Ron Paul dropped out, and I was still a Democrat at the time. Dr. Paul piqued my curiosity in '07 at the Republican debates. I've learned a lot since then and I will never forget my Ron Paul Education. I will never vote for either major party again (for higher office), and I'm definitely not a democrat or liberal! I didn't even know wtf a libertarian was (thank you, Red State public education)! I still have my beefs with Republicans but I now have an equal amount of fights against the Democrat side.

I sometimes feel I'm a man without a country. Anyway, I figured I'd explain myself.

Thanks to everyone who manned (or womanned) up and admitted to voting for one of the Big 2.


I'm Voting Obama

Although I could still change my mind. I live in Pennsylvania where Obama is favored by only a few percentage points. If Rmoney somehow manages to pull off a win here, our electoral college votes could give him the election even with a loss in Ohio and Florida. This prospect has scared me into voting for Obama. I am a Registered Republican, so -1 for Rmoney and +1 for Obama doubles my impact for liberty. I am volunteering today, if I get the feeling that the Obama lead is secure, I could make a last minute grab for the Ron Paul write-in (my heart) or the Gary Johnson vote (my head).

I'm voting for Romney.

Knowing the history of my congressional district, I'm sure I'll be voting for Mitt Romney.

Oh, don't get me wrong, I'm going to push the button for Gary Johnson. But it's so hard for the vote counters to read that text, so when they count it for Mitt Romney, can you really blame them?

*tongue in cheek, of course*

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

I'd die before voting for a

I'd die before voting for a big government candidate. The only people who will vote for either of them are either incredibly evil or incredibly stupid. If you are voting for them, which one are you?

I was considering voting for

I was considering voting for Obama because it is mathematically sound and good strategy if you live in a swing state. Unfortunately I do not. I live in New York which is Obama country already anyway, so I will be writing in Ron Paul.

All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire

If I was in a tossup state

If I was in a tossup state I'd be voting Obama 10 times if i could. Fuck Mitt Romney.

Me too.


Read past threads...

Several people are voting for either. Go to the negative down votes and you will find them all.

Not sure that works anymore

since the negative downvotes are being heaped upon Gary Johnson supporters as well. q-:

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.