Do you belong to any political party?

United States
July 23, 2009 11:15pm CST
I'm not in a political party right now but I do donate to this parties if their candidates are good and are for the people. Right now I'm supporting democrats. They opened many racial barriers like the hiring of people from different backgrounds. The number one thing that I like from the democrat is the health reform they are reviewing right now. I hope it pass so millions of Americans who are uninsured can get medical and dental coverages for free. But the bad thing about is in seems like the health reform is for socialists like Canada. Don't know but my teacher in biology is against it. She voted for McCain.
4 responses
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
24 Jul 09
I usually vote republican, but I don't support them financially.
• United States
24 Jul 09
Did you vote McCain or Obama my friend?
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
24 Jul 09
I voted McCain. I wasn't happy with either of the choices, but I thought he was the lesser of the two evils.
@xfahctor (14114)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
24 Jul 09
I just wanted to comment on the "lesser of two evils". It is a MYTH, there is no such thing as the lesser of two evils. To vote for for the lesser of two evils is a moral compromise. We have plenty of other, much better choices.
@Qaeyious (2362)
• United States
24 Jul 09
Silly stupid Americans keep voting for repubocrats over and over and over again, and they keep whining and complaining about the state of the nation over and over and over again, and yet they still keep voting for the same repubocrats over and over and over again, so that they keep whining and complaining about the state of the nation over and over and over again. And I am getting sick of it. You don't like the people you are voting for, when are you going to vote for someone else?! There has always been choice other than the Republican/Democratic parties but it seems most Americans are too stupid to realize there had always been other choices. It seems they figure they have to figure which would be more popular instead of which third party choice would be best for the country, be it the Green or Libertarian, or even the Peace and Freedom party. But no, next election most are going to vote repubocrat, and I have to hear the same crappy arguments again, how the two major parties are doing nothing to solve the nation's problems. It is your own stupid fault, idiots.
@xfahctor (14114)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
24 Jul 09
THANK YOU!!!!! SOMEONE gets it, really refreshing to hear. I cannot fathom how people can vote for one of the same two parties election after election, year after year and some how, with any reasonable sanity, call it "change".
• United States
24 Jul 09
Nice mate! Luckily I'm not an American but I'm living here in the States watching how blinded Americans are. In a simulation of American election in my school, I voted for Nader, an Independent candidate.
@Qaeyious (2362)
• United States
25 Jul 09
heh - My vote went to Ron Paul as a write-in.
@psphacker (1054)
• United States
24 Jul 09
No I do not belong to any political party.
• United States
24 Jul 09
Thanks!
@psphacker (1054)
• United States
24 Jul 09
You welcome.
@xfahctor (14114)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
24 Jul 09
I am registered indepandant for the sake of voting, but I am a member of the Libertarian and Constitution parties. I walked away from both the two big box parties, aka, DUMBocrats and republiCAN'TS. I cannot see myself ever again supprting either of them. there is virtualy no difference between the two, when one steps back and looks at the larger picture. They are both big government, establishment parties and they are both driving our republic in to the ground. I refuse anymore to vote for "the lesser of two evils", there is no such thing, there is only evil and two believe in this is a moral compramise. There is no such thing as a party that isn't "viable" or one that "can't win". This situation only exists because we allow it. We don't demand coverage of other parties in the media. We don't work to make state voting and ballot rules that make it easier for such parties to get in to elections. We don't demand the media include them in debates. We are going to get what ever dictatorship we deserve in our apathy.
• United States
24 Jul 09
Major news channels don't cover them even CNN, the so called number news station the world. In presidential debates, Democratic and Republican candidates are only invited even if other candidates from other parties wanted to. They are not giving a chance to this candidates to voice their platforms to improve America from aristocracy.