I'm not a @%$^&!! Republican ok!

@xfahctor (14131)
Lancaster, New Hampshire
March 7, 2009 7:36pm CST
This is actually spawned from another discussion in the politics section. Just need to get this off my chest. For those who still don't realize this, and I can't believe there are still some of you out there, lol. I'm not a republican. Let me repeat this loud and clear , I am NOT a Republican It seems I still encounter people in discussions when I critisize Obama, a congressional act or a cabinate member, a policy or whatever, that still automaticly assume I must be a republican. I'm not. I don't belong to the party, I don't register republican and I didn't vote for republicans. Why would I align myself with a party that I feel is 50% reposnable for the ruination of this country? The candidates I vote for and the parties I supprt have to be faithfull to the letter of the consitution, hold the oath they take to it in the highest sacred reguard and realize every moment they spend in their job in serving in government, that they do so only at my pleasure and consent. The only truly wasted vote is one cast for the lesser of two evils, it is a moral compromise we have been fooled in to forcing upon our selves.
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@oneidmnster (1389)
• United States
8 Mar 09
Byreading your discussion,you can't like the things Obama is doing.I'm an Independent myself.I would just like to see the best person get the job.In this past election there wasn't a best person.
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@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
8 Mar 09
No, I despise the things Obama is doing. I didn't vote for either him or McCain.
@Taskr36 (13925)
• United States
8 Mar 09
That's impossible xfahctor. You are not a democrat and thus you MUST be a republican. I've seen you both question AND criticize Obama. Those are actions that ONLY a republican could take. If you didn't vote for Obama you must have voted for McCain, and Bush before him. As such you can not criticize Obama without subsequently defending every questionable action or policy that occurred under Bush. There's no such thing as a third party so if you refuse to admit membership as a democrat or republican, those that disagree with you will assign you to the party they hate. *activates independent thought alarm* (Simpson's reference)
@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
8 Mar 09
LOL! ok, you got me. We all know that it is a requirement that we must support and vote for either a democrat or a republican, because as long as we choose one or the other, it's change and those other guys, well, they're justr urban legend. *walks obediantly back to his herd and recieves a pat on the head GOOOOOD citizen.
@Taskr36 (13925)
• United States
8 Mar 09
Much better, now choose a shirt to wear, red or blue. *sends security after a man with a green shirt* Put a blue shirt on that fool! See, you don't want to end up like him, do you?
@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
8 Mar 09
lol.....thanks for straightening me out.
@benhilo (871)
• Tripoli, Libya
8 Mar 09
Sound like you are an ... American or even a patriot. How about those labels?
@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
8 Mar 09
lol, that works.
@jonesy123 (3950)
• United States
8 Mar 09
You are not? LOL. Don't worry, I'm just being sarcastic. I have followed your posts long enough to know that you are most definitely not Republican. Let's face it. The Obama supporters have been taught that the Republicans are the enemy, therefore anybody who doesn't support Obama is an enemy and just simply has to be a Republican. Everybody into one pot, enemy No.1 "The Republican Voter". People simply cannot fathom that there are people who are capable of not supporting either of the main parties... Hello! There are other choices! And I fully agree "The only truly wasted vote is one cast for the lesser of two evils, it is a moral compromise we have been fooled in to forcing upon our selves." There ARE other choices, and if people don't show where their real support is, how are we ever supposed to progress as a country?
@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
8 Mar 09
It's a herd/flock mentality. Some people are incapable of fathoming anything existing outside that democrat/republican ideology.