Who is your choice for president?
October 16, 2008 4:26am CST
I think that Obama is now leading due to his recent promises in the press about financial crisis.Where as in the other hand McCain policy on the back up and security issues is gaining more popularity.This would probably be the more toughest contest in the history of elections in united states.Obama's speech is excellent in his recent programs.
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
16 Oct 08
I am still voting for Chuck Baldwin. The debates didn't change my mind at all. Although I felt McCain did an excellent job this time. I also felt it was a much better debate this time, got a lot of good solid information in this one. But I didn't hear much from either candidate on the issues I wanted to hear about, not that I expected the issues to even be asked about because they seem to be not issues the media or the public give a hoot about. things like, state's rights, posse comitatus, revamping our monetary system, constitutional adherence. The education solutions offered by both candidates completely miss the mark and the economic policies leave me shaking my head and thinking, "they just don't get it". *Chuck Baldwin 08*
• United States
16 Oct 08
I will be voting for Obama. I like his plans for healthcare, energy, the economy and education. I agree that peace cannot come about without communication so I also agree that the U.S. should be willing to sit across the table with our enemies and work towards solutions without preconditions being met beforehand. There is nothing to lose and everything to gain by talking. Sanctions can remain in place until required action(s) take place but keep the lines of communication open. North Korea is a perfect example of the positive outcome of open dialog. They agreed to give up their nuclear ambitions, have taken steps to dismantle what they had built and were removed from the terror list. Now U.N. inspectors are back on N. Korean soil. I have more confidence and belief in Obama and Biden than I do in McCain and Palin...and I'm a registered Republican.