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Let me ask you a question. If it was Mitt Romney going against Gary Johnson who would you vote for, and for extra fun consider this. Romney is running as an independent and Johnson is under the republican label.

Are you still voting for Romney or are you sticking with your party like a blind loyalist sheep?

Or are you going to dodge this question because you're just a troll?

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Let me ask you a question. If it was Mitt Romney going against Gary Johnson who would you vote for, and for extra fun consider this. Romney is running as an independent and Johnson is under the republican label.

Are you still voting for Romney or are you sticking with your party like a blind loyalist sheep?

Or are you going to dodge this question because you're just a troll?

I know next to nothing abt Gary Johnson and voting for an independant is equal to throwing your vote out the window, as it won't matter. Like it or not, there are 2 parties that can win and shape things legislatively. You know the two. If you want change in your particular party you work within that establishment on a grass roots level, the local level. Don't give me any sh.t that thats not possible. I do work at a grass roots level within the Tea party establishment of the GOP and it works. Snapping your fingers and Hoping for a change is not enough. You have to get out there and fight incrementally is called for to enact change. Hope that answers your question
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I know next to nothing abt Gary Johnson and voting for an independant is equal to throwing your vote out the window, as it won't matter. Like it or not, there are 2 parties that can win and shape things legislatively. You know the two. If you want change in your particular party you work within that establishment on a grass roots level, the local level. Don't give me any sh.t that thats not possible. I do work at a grass roots level within the Tea party establishment of the GOP and it works. Snapping your fingers and Hoping for a change is not enough. You have to get out there and fight incrementally is called for to enact change. Hope that answers your question

SMH @ this whole post. YOU DISGUST ME!!! Tea party has made the republican party worse. and less willing to work with democrats.

Also GARY JOHNSON 2012, HE IS WORTH ME WASTING MY VOTE

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SMH @ this whole post. YOU DISGUST ME!!! Tea party has made the republican party worse. and less willing to work with democrats.

Also GARY JOHNSON 2012, HE IS WORTH ME WASTING MY VOTE

The Non budgets, the spending, Obamacare, the overregulations, using the EPA as a constitutional blockaide, are disgusting to me. Smaller govt, less spending, state control, and doing away with a number of federal beaurcracy's including the Tax code are the Tea Party's creeds. If thats disgusting to you then I'd say find another country to live in. I see what great Changes the democrats have brought us and I am not only horrified but depressed by my fellow citizens who cannot do for themselves and believe in central control and a nanny state. That'd be You.
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SMH @ this whole post. YOU DISGUST ME!!! Tea party has made the republican party worse. and less willing to work with democrats.

Also GARY JOHNSON 2012, HE IS WORTH ME WASTING MY VOTE

what have the democrats given the tea partiiers to work with? the repbulican party wasn't in on obamacare, and it was a nanny nanny boo boo passage. a bill that fundamentally changes america unilaterally decided on, and you want to blame the right? get on the bus out of town.
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Social issues aren't the most important issue in this election. We need a president that believes in free market capitalism. Mitt Romney, Gary Johnson, and Virgil Goode all fit the bill. Obama and Jill Stein do not. I would feel fine casting a ballot for Romney, Johnson, or Goode.

Because free market capitalism has always worked so well, of course. rolleyes.gif

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Goode and Romney are the opposite f what this country needs. We need someone who is going to be harsh on Mega Corps that move jobs overseas while raping Americans with no lube. Romney just means more of the same bush era decisions that put us in this **** hole.

We need someone who is going to be harsh on big oil and make sure they are using the land they lease, instead of letting them sit on it while raising prices. We need someone who is going to put AT&T/Verizon in their place and not let them make a new Ma Bell.

Obama and Gary Johnson can do that. Mitt is going to tell us to bend over to these companies. Don't worry they will throw a few dollars at us when they used us up. Trickle down does not work. We need to close the loopholes. The wealthy do not need a bigger tax cut than the poor. The burden does not need to be shifted to an already collapsing middle class.

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Yes it has. It's the reason we are the world's superpower.

How has socialism done? Not so good. Ask former USSR citizens, Cuban citizens, etc...

It's not the sole reason, there's many other aspects. It may have helped but to say it's 'the reason' is a stretch. I'm not entirely sure being the superpower's helped that many people in the US either.

'Socialism' has done pretty terribly, but social democracies (a kind of socialism light) have done pretty well for themselves. The best examples would be the Scandinavian countries. To play them off as opposites with no alternatives is assinine.

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Major flaw in your argument is that the poor don't pay taxes. You're re-hashing the class warfare BS that Obama touts. Gary Johnson doesn't use the class warfare argument. You should listen to him.

You folks (those on the right) are the only ones using the term class warfare. Raising the tax rate of the wealthiest is no more class warfare than providing free school breakfast and luch to children from under privilaged(sp) households. If the debt is to be reduced there needs to be both a reduction in spending and an increase in tax receipts.

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