Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Your Vote


I've been thinking alot lately about the candidates and their running mates, and I'd like to hear your views as well. So who are you voting for and why?


5 comments:

Colleen said...

I decided to write in Mitt Romney. I was going back and forth between McCain and Obama, but then McCain chose Palin as his running mate and I thought some more about Obama's stance on abortion and I decided I couldn't vote for either one. I voted early, so my vote haas been cast!

Koi said...

If I could vote I would just vote for the props, I'm not really a political person. I did however just see a very "eye-opening" video that questions the citizenship of Obama.

Trish said...

I like what I heard someone say...this election isn't really about voting for the person you would rather be president; it's about voting against the one you would rather not. Since Obama doesn't defend anything I think is important (i.e. traditional families, human life, the right to bear arms, etc.) my vote will be going with McCain. I don't think I like the idea of writing in a vote because obviously the only two people who actually have a chance are Obama and McCain. If we write in another name it increases the chance of the one I REALLY don't want running the country to be elected. In a sense I feel like that's a waste of a vote. But that's just my opinion.

bek said...

well i voted for mccain. he didn't win. :( but i'm proud of our country in overcoming centuries of prejudice, though i don't agree with his policies.

great to see you online, chelle! i dreamed last night that we were all back at the palace trying to decide which room to pick! those were the days, eh?

lazyunder said...

candace and i were like a couple of cotton balls in a coal mine. we stood out very well. i am not sure about candace, but i voted for the republican ticket. not because i particularly liked mccain/palin better, but because i disagreed with the democrats on most of the issue. either way, it is time that we offer our support to the new president elect and give him the benefit of the doubt. i will be trying to keep an open mind about all this.




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