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Who will you be voting for in November and why?

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Assuming that you've selected a candidate to support in the general election Who is your preferred candidate for President, and why will you be voting for them in November?

I'm really interested to know what specific areas of policy (if any) govern the selection on one candidate over any of the others.

To head off the possibility of this turning into another mud-slinging match I suggest that people post their opinion in their own words and don’t reply to anyone else’s answers.

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To head off the possibility of this turning into another mud-slinging match I suggest that people post their opinion in their own words and don't reply to anyone else's answers.

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. The worst offender, rebuttal king, of them all is saying this..

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:rolleyes:

Its an honest question.

and one that is done in a private booth, for a reason. :bonk:

Why?

What is there to hide?

PS: We don't know all the candidates yet, do we?

Hypothetically of course.

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Jenn and Dev have good points - we don't really know who's running in November, yet.

Well, we know McCain is.

Going on the information we have at the moment - there are currently 3 choices.

All I'm wondering is - based on their policy stances what makes Candidate A better than B or C.

Hey - it might not even be about policy issues. That's an answer too.

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:rolleyes:

Its an honest question.

and one that is done in a private booth, for a reason. :bonk:

Why?

What is there to hide?

PS: We don't know all the candidates yet, do we?

Hypothetically of course.

Well, we don't know who's running so this attempt at starting a flame war is ridiculous (yet predictable).

Secret ballot, suggest you read up on it.

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Jenn and Dev have good points - we don't really know who's running in November, yet.

Well, we know McCain is.

Going on the information we have at the moment - there are currently 3 choices.

All I'm wondering is - based on their policy stances what makes Candidate A better than B or C.

Hey - it might not even be about policy issues. That's an answer too.

No. There's 2 NOMINEES for the Dem candidate, and one given Republican candidate. The only definite on the ballot is McCain.

There are Libertarians & Independents still out there.

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I like pie.

That's my answer :)


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:rolleyes:

Its an honest question.

and one that is done in a private booth, for a reason. :bonk:

Why?

What is there to hide?

PS: We don't know all the candidates yet, do we?

Hypothetically of course.

Well, we don't know who's running so this attempt at starting a flame war is ridiculous (yet predictable).

Secret ballot, suggest you read up on it.

Well... How is it an "attempt at starting a flame war"?

I don't see the difficulty in asking what's most important to you (or anyone) about the 3 current candidates to influence a voting decision in November.

Noone has to provide an opinion if they don't want to.

Freedom of choice and all that.

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