and the election were on BMWLT.com, who would you vote for?
Now I'm confusedBriantime said:Interesting to look at the websites of some of the lesser known candidates. I had no idea so many people actually were running for office :eek2:
This won't be the first time I hold my nose, and make a selection...astuber said:I would like to see a poll asking who would you vote for if you didn't care about the consequences of your vote. I am afraid that if I voted for the candidate that most closely reflects my political feelings that I could be inadvertently helping to elect someone that I strongly oppose. In the end, I am again forced to choose the lesser of two evils.
I'm voting for none of the above as well.meese said:Where's the None of the Above option?
I certainly wouldn't wish that job upon David.meese said:Besides, I thought we were all voting for Shealey.
Admiral Arthur for president!meese said:Why can't Air Force 1 have only two wheels.
Read this. It will explain the system enough to confuse you.c00k1e said:If you only get to vote for your local rep as opposed to the actual person you want as pres - how do you get one of those others in? Or are they all running local reps?
Will it ever happen that you get someone other than republican or democrate?
I agree, but what I really want is a do-over with a whole new cast of characters.eljeffe said:Rather than a non-vote, wouldn't it be better to cast a vote in protest for one of the non-mainstream candidates? Or write-in your preferred candidate. I think the news of a write-in candidate or a Cynthia McKinney getting an "unusual" number of votes would be very telling.
Being from a state where Cynthia McKinney was elected to the House of Representatives, I wouldn't touch her with a hundred foot pole that I owned or anyone else's for that matter.eljeffe said:Rather than a non-vote, wouldn't it be better to cast a vote in protest for one of the non-mainstream candidates? Or write-in your preferred candidate. I think the news of a write-in candidate or a Cynthia McKinney getting an "unusual" number of votes would be very telling.