posted on Sep, 4 2010 @ 03:33 AM
Well I am a 'young voter', 18 in fact. I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican because I hate the sellouts of both parties and I hate the
established left-right bull#.
Until we get money out of politics we should expect absolutely nothing to change and after this Supreme Court ruling things can only get worse.
I mean look at Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania, he has called the 'Club For Growth' too liberal and wants to end all corporate taxes, privatize social
security and raise taxes for the middle class. The guy is insane!
I am not even voting this year because in my Congressional District I already know who is going to win. He is the 7th(?) most Conservative member of
Congress and wins with almost 70% of the vote every election. And for senate here in Florida, ha! Who do I have to choose from? Marco Rubio, Charlie
Crist and Kendrick Meek, I have never seen such a lousy ass field of candidates in my life. And for governor? We have a lady who used public jets for
her private life at tax payer expense and a Republican who has faced several corruption charges for somehow stealing taxpayer money.
Why should I even think about voting?
I am a Traditional Democrat. I break from both parties in what I believe since neither stand with my beliefs how can I possibly vote? The Democrats
have become far too Liberal and the Republicans have become far too Conservative.
I support: Immigration restriction from non-western countries, public option healthcare, strong regulations(on Wall Street ONLY), Progressive Income
Tax, Social Security, prayer in schools, Christmas decorations in public, overturning Roe v. Wade and letting states decide, tariffs to make up for
difference in labor costs, public works projects, labor unions, conserving our traditional culture.
I oppose: America in any international organization(WTO, NAFTA, UN, NATO for example), Department of Education, Corporate campaign donations,
lobbying, pre-emptive war/strike, America supporting Israel, taxes and regulations on small, medium and family business, Patriot Act, Gay marriage,
Free and Fair Trade, Globalization, Liassez-faire capitalism, affirmative action, gun control, politically correct, censoring
television/radio/internet, large military budget, congressional pension, government workers in unions, executive orders and multiculturalism.