View Poll Results: who will you vote for?

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    didnt even watch it. still voting for ron paul. and to whoever mentioned the black muck from the inlet at rudee inlet, it's the hydrogen sulfides and methane hydrates that get stirred up from the muck. no harm but man that stuff is stinky

  2. #22
    if your voting for ron paul your basically giving a vote to BO. Romney's smaller government, more free market enterprise associated with jobs and revenue values align closer to ron paul man. I like ron paul a lot, aside from his foreign policy views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    I'm not so sure, I hear neither them boys can surf.
    I don't know if Obama really does, however, he has a presidential surfboard. This was covered on the local news earlier this year when it was decided that ECSC would be a 6 star event and Obama was invited to partake in the festivities/event. This could be found on the WTKR website and should be alongside the Wes Leine interview.

    On the flip side, perhaps Romney surfed the Great Lakes.


    P.S. - This is not an endorsement.

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    who cares who your voting for. this is a surf forum. nobody gives a **** about your personal political views

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    Quote Originally Posted by hinmo24t View Post
    if your voting for ron paul your basically giving a vote to BO. Romney's smaller government, more free market enterprise associated with jobs and revenue values align closer to ron paul man. I like ron paul a lot, aside from his foreign policy views.
    See that's the problem with a two party system. You have to choose between one set of crooks and another set of crooks. If enough people voted for a third party candidate, it would force the other parties to address the issues, rather than do the he said she said routine. I don't think either candidate has my best interests at heart so I won't vote for either one. Ron Paul for President!

    (PS - I agree that Ron Paul's foreign policy views are pretty loco, but at least he doesn't view the Constitution as presidential toilet paper.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkstink View Post
    See that's the problem with a two party system. You have to choose between one set of crooks and another set of crooks. If enough people voted for a third party candidate, it would force the other parties to address the issues, rather than do the he said she said routine. I don't think either candidate has my best interests at heart so I won't vote for either one. Ron Paul for President!

    (PS - I agree that Ron Paul's foreign policy views are pretty loco, but at least he doesn't view the Constitution as presidential toilet paper.)
    yup that's my exact reasoning i have. 2 party system is fuc ke d. you're voting for one group of people that will screw the country up or the other. need to run as individuals who have common sense. i don't care who wins. i know that i voted the way i wanted to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkstink View Post
    See that's the problem with a two party system. You have to choose between one set of crooks and another set of crooks. If enough people voted for a third party candidate, it would force the other parties to address the issues, rather than do the he said she said routine. I don't think either candidate has my best interests at heart so I won't vote for either one. Ron Paul for President!

    (PS - I agree that Ron Paul's foreign policy views are pretty loco, but at least he doesn't view the Constitution as presidential toilet paper.)
    Completely agree that having a legit 3 party system would be a huge improvement. It would require each party to evolve and improve rather than just being stagnant and trying to be the antithesis of the other.

    But why don't you agree with Ron Paul's foreign policy? 'Non-Interventionism' seems like a pretty good idea.... I just wiki'd it so maybe I'm missing something about it being pretty 'loco.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinj215 View Post
    Completely agree that having a legit 3 party system would be a huge improvement. It would require each party to evolve and improve rather than just being stagnant and trying to be the antithesis of the other.

    But why don't you agree with Ron Paul's foreign policy? 'Non-Interventionism' seems like a pretty good idea.... I just wiki'd it so maybe I'm missing something about it being pretty 'loco.'
    Wow, I'm happy that there are intelligent people left in this country. Vote for the person you feel would be the best person. There are several other parties too (Green Party, Liberterian, etc.). All parties should have their candidate on major media stations too. They should also be in all the debates. I would love having a choice of 6 people instead of two pieces of ****. If you have to choose from two pieces of ****, you still end up with ****. The problem is that the two major parties run the debate committee and control the media stations. They will never let anyone in the debates with them. After Ross Perot made a huge impact, the Democrats and Republicans vowed to not let that happen again. They say only people who can make a difference in the election can debate but it's their decision to decide who makes a difference. So they basically say no one. It's a joke.

    I will write someone in for my vote. I definitely will not vote for either one of these clowns. They both love war instead of minding our own business and fixing our country. They both love spending. The both love wall street. They won't cut real spending like we need and they won't do anything about all these illegal immigrants which are costing us billions.

    I do have to say that it was hilarious when Obama got on Romney for cutting taxes by 20% because the govt needs that money to balance the budget and reduce the deficit. Romney should have stood his ground and said we don't need that money for government. We should cut the tax rate by 20% and cut government. This would include govt jobs, pensions and programs. When are paying for all these services and we don't get **** for it. Cut it all!

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    If Romney wins do I have to give back my food stamps?!?!

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    Doesn't matter which one wins. Either way, the hard-working middle class gets a shaft right up the ole keester. Elections are like just more television entertainment for the masses. I get more entertainment from watching Kim Kardashian's giant a$$ gallivanting about or watching Sons of Anarchy them watching those two hose heads form last night.
    Democrats win = my money goes to liberal special interests. Republican win = my money goes to right-wing special interests. Nothing ever changes for the man in the middle... Surfing is just one way of giving the whole thing a big middle finger. Why? Because the actual act of riding wave in no way contributes anything to the system.