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#480 - anonymous (11/04/2012) [-]
#474 - mkchillin (11/04/2012) [-]
I'll vote but I have other things on my mind tomorrow.
User avatar #540 to #474 - skinless (11/04/2012) [-]
in all honesty i think everyone would pick halo
User avatar #520 to #474 - gildemoono (11/04/2012) [-]
The glory of being 17 on tuesday. The entire country is voting and im just sitting here, playing halo.
User avatar #471 - kovymast (11/04/2012) [-]
yeah but if you vote against Obama because he can't get stuff done, it's kinda like saying, "this guy can't cure cancer. I'm gonna vote for cancer."
User avatar #459 - happygrowman (11/04/2012) [-]
lol obama or mitt romney? who cares!?

i dont even go to the elections.

since i live in germany.
User avatar #465 to #459 - sphinxe (11/04/2012) [-]
So you can tell me what 'Bend over' is in German?

No, seriously.
User avatar #469 to #465 - happygrowman (11/04/2012) [-]
beuge dich.

(boy ge di-hhh)
User avatar #473 to #469 - sphinxe (11/04/2012) [-]
Thankyou, thumb for you kind sir.
User avatar #477 to #473 - happygrowman (11/04/2012) [-]
#454 - thisotherdude (11/04/2012) [-]
Feels good not to care who gets elected.
User avatar #457 to #454 - attractive (11/04/2012) [-]
User avatar #447 - thisisrarity (11/04/2012) [-]
With the pony fandom, Obama should get the majority of gay votes.
#440 - Thisidisalready (11/04/2012) [-]
A better way of saying it is we can either choose to elect the man who is slowly veering away from the iceberg, or elect the man who says, "What Iceberg? I don't see shi..."

#426 - anonymous (11/04/2012) [-]
yeah but, do you want a president with a little brains, or a president stupid enough to ask why we cant open plane windows?
#424 - aceyes **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#441 to #424 - Thisidisalready (11/04/2012) [-]
Then vote for him because he's smarter than the alternative.
User avatar #417 - eiaisqzbsesb (11/04/2012) [-]
This is the case of "Choose the lesser evil."
#413 - nokiacellphone **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #406 - gorginhanson (11/04/2012) [-]
Yes a different and much larger iceberg
User avatar #405 - yentabear (11/04/2012) [-]
Would the iceberg be weaker the second time round if we were to hit it again?
#425 to #405 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
> Implying Obama partially solved his 'problems' and a 'second try' would allow him to 'solve them for good'?
> Implying Obama is even in charge of this government (as opposed to the Fed + Lobbyists)
> Implying Obama even cares about 'Solving Problems' and is not just Along for the $200,000 Presidential Pension and post-presidency Lobbyist $$$.
> Implying Obama actually wants to solve things he spoke about an that wasn't just talking points to get you saps to vote for him.

Answer: No

#458 to #425 - Thisidisalready (11/04/2012) [-]
First off, where are you getting this ******** , fox news?

Second, he isn't in control, Congress has blocked everything except his healthcare bill

Lastly, he does actually want to solve american problems because if he fails, his pension, hell everything is gone. Why would someone play the game with the intent of losing everything they have ever gained in their lives?
#475 to #458 - Thisidisalready (11/04/2012) [-]
Let me put it this way. If you are the only white boy surrounded by ******* your entier life. Do you tihnk those ******* would like you being the leader in their gang? Think of the ******* who never met you who are in that gang. They would want to stop that White boy from ******* up their **** if it was the last thing they did. That's the best way to describe Obana's presidency. People were scared from the beginning, and were scared to the end. And every one of them was a ******* white boy who was afraid the black man would take their **** away. Now realize I'm talking about congress, not the average person. This is why Obama hasn't fixed much of anything.
#488 to #475 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
You're still the sad **** who thinks Congress is 'blocking Obama's great and perfect plans to make the U.S. a better place'.

His healthcare Bill? His tax plans? His perpetuation of bailouts? THOSE will make the U.S. a better place?

Actually, hold that thought... who knows... Maybe Barack Obama really IS a JFK-like idealist, who is being threatened into doing what the 'Dark Powers' want him to do... I don't know the man personally, so I suppose that is possible...

But from my perspective, I haven't seen Obama do anything but perpetuate a twisted NWO-style agenda (More regulation of industries that DON'T need it and less regulation on industries that DO, More taxation of the middle class, Less oversight and further decaying quality of public schools, More Federal welfare programs, Still mucking around in Afghanistan, NOT standing up against the Federal Reserve.)

No wonder his hair's turning grey. Whether he's going along with this stuff willingly or he's being bullied into it, it's definitely aging him fast.
#501 to #488 - Thisidisalready (11/04/2012) [-]
First, his "Obamacare", his "Obamaspace", and his first "stimulus" were so far the only things he has pushed through on his own. What do you mean by constant bailouts? He hasn't proposed a bailout of anyone since he took office.

Secondly, he hasn't perpetuated anything regarding NWO, if you actually knew what NWO meant, you wouldn't have included that.

He's constantly regarding the importance of the middle class, which Romney has not unless Romney is looking to try and sway the middle class. The public schools in MS are actually seeing higher graduation rates despite being a red state, and he got us out of Iraq, so at least it isn't "Mucking around in [Iraq AND] Afghanistan." I don't recall Obama starting either of those wars.

I will agree he is aging fast, but even that isn't nearly as fast as Bush aged in office.
#534 to #501 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
I understand that there have been billions of dollars printed and handed out to banks far after his 'Stimulus' Bill was supposedly executed and concluded. I'll dig for details if you really want.

I said "NWO-style" - i mean the sort of things that i listed in Para#3 that are meant to further control the U.S. populace. I think there is probably a sizable cross-section between the people who support the agenda that i listed and people who are truly proponents of a One-World Government.

"...Constantly Regarding the middle class...". That's called LIP SERVICE, my friend! Have my/your taxes gone down? Has he stopped the Fed from printing money (so that inflation stops)? Why the hell do you care what he SAYS. He's a politician, dude; HE CAN SAY ANYTHING, but has he actually TAKEN ACTION to improve the middle-class's life?
Seriously, answer me! Why would you ever support someone based upon what they SAY as opposed to what they DO? That's pathologically foolish >:(

(BTW, not saying Romney will be any better - I think they are one and the same)

If we pulled out if Iraq, it's not 'because Obama said so' - he *might have* added pressure to the populace's outrage, but we are out of Iraq because those who wanted us there in the first place deemed it too costly to stay.
Here's my point about Afghanistan - Obama as Commander-in-Chief is privy to ALL statistics about that Theater; Public opinion was vaguely that 'Iraq BAD, Afgh. GOOD' - Now, if Obama even glanced over the data, he'd see that we are still wasting BILLIONS of dollars doing more harm than good, and would request that we stop fighting in Afghanistan as well.
So with that in mind, my question is; If he knows all this, why is he letting that half of the war continue? (The fact that we're in there is Bush's fault no doubt, but why doesn't Obama do the right thing and pull us out?)

I'm not defending Bush - I see the evils of his presidency with increasing clarity every day.
User avatar #436 to #425 - yentabear (11/04/2012) [-]
No, you don't understand what I'm saying. I'm terrible with politics and I'm literally talking about the titanic hitting an iceberg. We're talking about a massive ship, hitting a massive iceberg. And you don't need to be so rude.
User avatar #412 to #405 - npfortytwo (11/04/2012) [-]
No, because it's still a massive ******* iceberg.
User avatar #418 to #412 - yentabear (11/04/2012) [-]
I would've thought if you hit an iceberg with an equally ******* massive ship, it would've had some effect.
User avatar #428 to #418 - npfortytwo (11/04/2012) [-]
It doesn't matter if the iceberg is weaker, because your ship is still going to sink.
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#397 - bdowns (11/04/2012) [-]
**bdowns rolled a random image posted in comment #1601955 at MLP Friendly Board ** no its like pushing a ****** baby down a flight of stairs, naked, while the baby is wearing the clothes that you should probably be wearing
#451 to #397 - anonymous (11/04/2012) [-]
Watch out! Ben is behind you!
#392 - herbolifee (11/04/2012) [-]
Obama is being bashed because he hasn't been able to clean Bush's mess up yet. God I'm glad I don't live in the US.
#450 to #392 - tomisthebomb (11/04/2012) [-]
>Still blaming Bush
User avatar #482 to #450 - herbolifee (11/04/2012) [-]
If you think the damage he has done can be fixed in 4 years or less, you have no idea how the system works.
User avatar #398 to #392 - noblexfenrir (11/04/2012) [-]
Lol so he screws up and doesn't do anything he promised and actually goes against his original ideals and spent more than bush, with little to no improvement, and everyones fine with saying "It's Bush's fault". I hardly think that's a fair assessment.
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#422 to #394 - anonymous (11/04/2012) [-]
If you think 4 years was long enough to do either of those things you are a fool.
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#478 to #453 - anonymous (11/04/2012) [-]
He averted an economic collapse of great depression proportions. He blunted the force of the freefall by bailing out the banks and auto industry to get them profitable again and back into the economy. And his stimulus helped too, even though it was watered down by reublicans. The economy is slowly improving. It took at least a decade to get out of the great depression. And you ***** are whining because we aren't in a golden age of prosperity alreay in 4 years when the eurozone is falling apart and China is slowing down? you guys are idiots
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User avatar #390 - makedonski (11/04/2012) [-]
I feel like by now we're in a period where we can do away with one politician in charge and, through the power of the internet, all vote on each issue in the way a proper democracy should.
#409 to #390 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
Yes, that's great idea - ON THE STATE LEVEL.

For example - California wants to vote on some kind of highway bill or Gov't spending - Put out an Internet vote - BAM! - decision. No centralized politicians, no corruption - the purest form of society.

But if you think we should vote on every law on the Federal level that way, you're missing the point; The Federal government was never supposed to be this big - Frankly, the Federal government should really have nothing to do with our lives.

Internet Vote GOOD. State-level politics GOOD - Fed-level politics BAD.
User avatar #416 to #409 - makedonski (11/04/2012) [-]
Alright, then we'll just vote on the state level.
But none of that "vote every day" stuff like for when you vote for musicians to win awards.
#434 to #416 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
vote every day wut?
User avatar #439 to #434 - makedonski (11/04/2012) [-]
You know like when there's mountain dew naming contests online and you can vote every day?
#443 to #439 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
Oh Yeah that'd be retarded. People still have lives - I don't want to have to read/form an opinion and vote on ten 20-page bills every night;

And that's just the point - If people have to vote on these things, they'll realize that they really don't want so many laws being passed, and should vote OUT politicians who try to make tons of unnecessary laws. :) It's a great system is people care to put a little bit of responsibility and effort into their lives.
#399 to #390 - abcdoremi **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#411 to #399 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
This is also true, unfortunately.

Are there enough good people left in this country to 'put things right'?

Yes, but only if they fight. And the longer they wait, the harder that fight will get.
#381 - robots (11/04/2012) [-]
Im 						******					 at politics. Someone explain who i should vote for and why.
Im ****** at politics. Someone explain who i should vote for and why.
#396 to #381 - swagbot (11/04/2012) [-]
The only proper position to hold about this election is;   
Both Romney and Obama are plastic men.   
Ignore mainstream political discourse   
try to build a third-party. End the Fed. End the IRS. Downsize the Federal government.   
Bring power back to the States and the People.   
Basically, everything Ron Paul wanted to do before he was threatened out of the race.
The only proper position to hold about this election is;

Both Romney and Obama are plastic men.
Ignore mainstream political discourse
try to build a third-party. End the Fed. End the IRS. Downsize the Federal government.
Bring power back to the States and the People.

Basically, everything Ron Paul wanted to do before he was threatened out of the race.
User avatar #387 to #381 - sheperdofthestars (11/04/2012) [-]

1. He needs a chance to fix what he ****** up.
2. Romney is the stupidest ************ to ever run.
User avatar #421 to #387 - npfortytwo (11/04/2012) [-]
So here's your logic:
Your car breaks. You take it to a mechanic, who manages to **** it up even more.
Instead of bringing it to a different mechanic, you let the same one try and fix it, and run the risk of it becoming even more ****** up.
Except this is a country, so we can't run that risk.
User avatar #410 to #387 - noblexfenrir (11/04/2012) [-]
1.) He shouldn't have ****** up in the first place, and why in ***** sake would we give him another chance when he failed at the first one.

2.) Why? Because he doesn't agree with Obama?
User avatar #414 to #410 - sheperdofthestars (11/04/2012) [-]
No because he is ACTUALLY a moron. If you've been listening to a word he's said about anything you'd know that.

Unless you are also a moron, in which case all his reasoning, to you, would seem sound.
User avatar #466 to #414 - chezburgadominator (11/04/2012) [-]
This is good reasoning. It isn't insulting their political views(regardless idiots are still trying to argue them) and it has a point. But honestly, I read it as "mormon" instead of "moron" at first, and that was hilarious.
User avatar #470 to #466 - sheperdofthestars (11/04/2012) [-]
User avatar #433 to #414 - noblexfenrir (11/04/2012) [-]
The only thing I've actually heard that sounded idiotic was the whole Jeep subject, please give me other times, otherwise I don't know what you're talking about.

Also, be careful how you label the term moron, because this man has become very successful off of knowing business procedure, how to make other companies work best for him, etc etc. I hardly care how bad/good you find those practices, they still were efficient for the goal he was trying to reach and as a result I think he would be a good president.
User avatar #408 to #387 - yentabear (11/04/2012) [-]
Nice reasoning..
User avatar #379 - ninjaspartan (11/04/2012) [-]
I love how people think they know what's best for this country. What's even better is that half of the ********** complaining are no better than the politicians running for office. It blows my mind how these people influence judgement and opinion more than the actual politicians themselves. Stop talking about the candidates like they'll both do the country in by simply being elected. No one's gonna bat a thousand, so everyone just nut the **** up and take **** into perspective for once.
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