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Voting, When Your Vote Doesn't Matter

Corbett_ Wrote: May 16, 2012 5:13 PM
For those of you who treasure the notion that Romney will appoint conservative judges if elected, read this article: Hint: As governor he appointed hard-left judicial activists, many of whom were pro-homosexual and pro-abortion. He also used skin color as a qualifier for determining who to appoint. He did NOT appoint conservatives. In other words, as governor, he appointed the same sport of judges that Obama does. Are you SURE you want to vote for this guy?
genya2 Wrote: May 16, 2012 11:38 PM
YES,YES,YES! ANYBODY BUT N'OBAMA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Andy440 Wrote: May 16, 2012 5:34 PM
What's your alternative, Corbett? move to Costa Rica? vote for Obama? stay home election day, and stamp your feet and pout? Not questioning anything you said...just asking..what's your alternative?
Topeka Wrote: May 16, 2012 5:27 PM

Yes... I am sure I don't want him.

Unfortunately: Obama WILL appoint commie-pinko's and he has already done so. If "O" is reelected, we know we get more of these So Far Left They're on Another Planet (Urantia?) people.

With Rombama - hey, he may !@##$ up and accidentally appoint an adult.
Louie13 Wrote: May 16, 2012 9:57 PM
Topeka, I understand and appreciate your frustration, but the definition of insanity is making the same mistake over and over again, and hoping for a different result each time. When is the Republican Establishment ever going to learn that it cannot win presidential elections by alienating and betraying its Conservative Base?


As a conservative Republican in New York State, I have long understood my vote doesn’t matter. Yes, Reagan won the Empire State back in 1984, however it is quite clear that unless the entire lower tier of the state were to sink in the ocean, we Republicans do not matter statewide. The same is true for liberals in Texas, unless by a freak accident Austin were to withstand an alien invasion that destroyed the rest of Texas, a liberal Democrat’s vote does not matter. So this election, perhaps due to my youth, political naiveté, or apathy to the entire political system,...