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Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
Since Clinton effectively told me "no, you cant have that" in 1994 I've been a one issue voter and will remain so until the day I die. If a (D) would drop the issue from his platform and promise to always defend my right then I would have no problem voting for a (D). I can't really say I'm going to vote for McCain because he mad the promise but I will vote McCain because his and his partys platform do not specifically state they will revert back the dark ages of '94-'04.
It's not a vote for but a vote against.
The first vote I ever cast was based on this issue and so will be the last. Nothing else matters.
Since Clinton effectively told me "no, you cant have that" in 1994 I've been a one issue voter and will remain so until the day I die.
Originally posted by Fromabove
In November every four years, I often wonder what people may be thinking as they enter the polling booth and make their vote. And, in spite of all the recent polls, I wondered how many actually change their mind right there at the booth. What makes people finally decide? Will you take one last look before you decide? As for me, the last thing I always think about before I pull the lever or slide the scan card, is how will my vote effect my children. What will my decision mean to them. Will they be safe and stay free. Will I be able to afford the things they will need. I always think again about both candidates before I vote, then with my heart, I vote what I believe is the best for my children. What about you..?