A voting survey

@youless (87603)
Guangzhou, China
November 4, 2008 7:54am CST
I joined a website like Facebook. And a friend had a voting survey for the people from all over the world. The American candidates are Barack Obama and John McCain. Which one will you vote? I personally like Obama much more because he claims that American soldiers will leave Iraq. Therefore, I think he will be a peaceful president and it's good for everyone. Something may not need to solve by the weapons. And his "change" sounds like very attractive. For these reasons I will vote for him. How about you?
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13 responses
@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
4 Nov 08
I share the same opinion too. Violence can solve thing is short term, but bring worse effect in long term. World peace is important and war bring a lot of negative effect to the soldier's family and also the poor inhabitants in Iraq. I don't know how it relates the interest of America, but I just feel that war and invasion is not right. Happy posting youless and have good day!
@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 08
I really appreciate to what you say
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
4 Nov 08
Thanks for your appreciation. I have read some news, that Obama is leading in the polls. I think high chances that he will win, because the Americans wants some changes and a better world. Besides, if Obama become the president, it's proven that, America is successful in eliminating the racism, and this is a good example to rest of the world.
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
12 Nov 08
It's proven that Obama had been elected as the 44th president of the United States. My friend and I were very happy about it, because the Americans are anticipating for a change, after 8 years under the reign of Bush government. Hope this new president will bring a better tomorrow to all the people in the world. Thanks for the best response given! Appreciate it!
@ahgong (10086)
• Singapore
6 Nov 08
Obama - The new American President.
Well, I guess I saw this post too late. Obama has won the presidency. I sure hope in the days to come, he will be able to do all that he promised. So far the markets has rised from the free wheeling fall from the past few weeks after announcement of his win. So, he may bring some good cheer to the economy after all. Let's hope it is for the better. I really do not want to see another trigger happy president creating more turmoil for the world.
@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Nov 08
I hope he will be a better president.
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@ahgong (10086)
• Singapore
6 Nov 08
Prisident Obama - The newly elected President of America!
Well, he better be cos so many people voted for him. Only time will tell if he is good or not. And the time he got ain't very long. He got one term to prove his worth. I am sure the whole world will be looking his direction to see if america has made the right choice or not.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
4 Nov 08
I will be voting for the person who will win the election this time. Im tired of all of the BS we have been through for 8 years even though I didnt vote for george bush. This time my candidate will win. Not saying who but he is already ahead in the polls.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 08
You reply sounds like a professional politician
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
4 Nov 08
Oh I WISH!!!! lol I just know how to answer the question while at the same time dodging the conflicts lol
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@williamjisir (22909)
• China
7 Nov 08
Hello youless. I have read some of the news written by different people about the two of them, John Mccain from the Republic and Barack Obama from the Democratic. It seems that Mr. Obama's speech is more overwhelming when he talks about American Change. Yeah, he is young and vigorous and good at making speeches, standing for the hope of the majority of American people. Now he has already won the final presidential election and has become the 44th American president. I am looking forward to his leading the United States out of the severe recession, which has a lot to do with the global recession. I am also looking forward to his making a different policy toward the global situation different from Mr. Bush. Let's hope for the best. Good day, youless.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Nov 08
Nice to see you again You are right. It seems that Bush is not doing very well as a president.
@bombshell (11268)
• Germany
5 Nov 08
even i am not american i vote Obama for a change.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Nov 08
Thanks for your response.
@ronaldinu (12454)
• Malta
5 Nov 08
If I had a vote I would vote for Obama too because I do want a change in US foreign policy when it comes to wars. I wish that US will experience a change under Obama. All the world will benefit from that.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Nov 08
I agree with you.
• United States
5 Nov 08
i have learned that oboma has won, well last night. i was rooting for mccain i felt that he would have been a better president. as being an african american, i know though that this is a joyous day for us all to have the first african american. i hope that everything that he promised america he will stick to it, because i will definitely hold him to it.
@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Nov 08
I hope Obama will be a good president.
@aseretdd (13712)
• Philippines
5 Nov 08
Well, i just read the news that Barack Obama is the new US President... John McCain just conceeded... and i think that is good because he showed that he is not a sore loser... I was rooting for John McCain... because i think his experiences in life and politics will make him a good US President... but the young one won... and made history in the US... well i think the Obama is also good... and he will make a gread president...
@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Nov 08
Obama has less politics experience, but a blank paper may be easily to draw things. I hope he will be a good president.
@Roseo8 (2947)
• India
5 Nov 08
Hi dear...I think you started this discussion a wee bit too late....Just now I heard on tv that Obama has been declared the 44th African-American president of the US..........Good luck to him..I hope he will be able to prove himself and keep all his election promises ....
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Nov 08
You are right. Right now I already know that Obama is the American president.
@lkbooi (16102)
• Malaysia
5 Nov 08
Hi youless, I don't have much knowledge about both the two candidates for I never follow up the campaigns held for quite some time back. What I know is John McCain is a politician in his seventies. He is rich in political experience, whereas Barack Obama is very much younger but he is an ambitious gay. I think the people living in USA will know much about them and understand that who is the right candidate who can bring peace and prosperity to the country. I'm looking forward to knowing the voting result eagerly today. posting and have a nice day.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Nov 08
The voting news is quite popular here. Perhaps we will know the answer at noon today.
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@rkrish (3003)
• India
4 Nov 08
I normally be with young and majestic so as you said peace is most important but at the same is obama makes a change for the economy which doesnt run behind theft,terrorism,riots as these are outcomes of poverty as well..i am not an politician and not interested also.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 08
Thanks for your response.
@clarkmy (428)
• China
4 Nov 08
i absolutely appreciate barack obama's call for unity and bipartisanship .we should pursue is was as we work oue way out of the huge crisis we face ,at the same time the democracts must never forget what the republican party hath wrought ,thay have sucked out the united states virtually dry of hope ,progress,achievement ,trillions of dollars ,and goodwill around the world, so i will support the obama
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 08
I hope Obama will win
@polachicago (19143)
• United States
4 Nov 08
Youless, I am from Chicago, well known Democratic town. I am not going to say who I am going to vote for. All I am going to say that here in Chicago 75% of people will vote for Obama. This year more people will vote. I have seen a lot of young people going to vote this morning. Vote frequency is going to be enormous. America is in worse economic condition than Europe. It is time to clean this mess. I am hoping for better President of United States. It will have big impact on the rest of the world.
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@youless (87603)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 08
I hope a new good president will change USA to a better future. I remember when Clinton was the president, the economy in USA was pretty good.