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Which Political Party Are You

Discussion in 'World News & Events' started by FyUoCuK, Apr 28, 2004.

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Which Political Party Are You

  1. Republican

    9 vote(s)
    32.1%
  2. Democrat

    8 vote(s)
    28.6%
  3. Independent

    8 vote(s)
    28.6%
  4. ANARCHY!!

    3 vote(s)
    10.7%
  1. FyUoCuK

    FyUoCuK Guest

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    Discuss...and shit
     
  2. wils0646

    wils0646 Exoskeletal Junction

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    Republican........eh...what's there to discuss? Kind of a pointless thread.
     
  3. FyUoCuK

    FyUoCuK Guest

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    Like talk about how come you are a republican and why democrats or other views suck or whatever
     
  4. Sketcher

    Sketcher Let the chaos begin

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    Republican here. :D
     
  5. Bergs

    Bergs Elitist

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    Republican, I dont agree with them 100% but I believe that the way this country's electoral system is designed you have to vote for one or the other or you are just wasting your vote. Its a sad fact of life here but thats also why I favor the reforming of the electoral college by basing it on congressional district rather than state, it would allow for the greater possibility of a third party candidate while also ensuring that politicians cant simply cater to only the urban centers while ignoring rural areas and less populated states.
     
  6. dylan-d

    dylan-d Guest

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    None.

    10 characters...
     
  7. Big D

    Big D Yeah...I love it

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    I consider myself an independent...I grew up in a town that had the first Green party majority in the country. I don't affiliate myself with the Green party, but I tend to lean towards the non republican/democrat choice during elections. If an independent candidate collects at least 5% of the electoral college votes, then they become elegible to recieve public financing. This would be a good first step, as no independent candidate has ever collected 5% of the electoral college. Probable won't happen for awhile, but it is inevitable as people become more an more discontent with a two party system...no one likes picking the lesser of two evils.
     
  8. JerkyMyTurky

    JerkyMyTurky Join eBaumnation.com

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    Hope that day comes soon, you make some good points.
     
  9. droogsteve

    droogsteve Back from the dead
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    I'm registered as an independent but consider myself a Libertarian.
     
  10. Fossil

    Fossil Member

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    I'm a republican.

    GO GEORGE BUSH!!! BRING IT ON! YEEHAW!
     
  11. BigMattTheHobo

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    I am independent, but I will probably register as a democrat, and I will most likely always vote democrat. Lesser of two evils IMO.
     
  12. Merkulrdanu

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    i am an independant conservative who chooses based mainly on gun control, abortion, econ policy, and gays
     
  13. krazykomrade

    krazykomrade Marxist

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    It would be nice if the poll included other politcal parties than just the 3 one in the US, it needs libertarian party, communist party, green party, etc.

    And I consider myself a Marxist.
     
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  14. RolandOfGilead

    RolandOfGilead J.D. To Be

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    Really? I heard the Marxist party isn't going to run this year. Bummer.
     
  15. Dozzi

    Dozzi Guest

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    I have the feeling you guys already know what my political orientation is.
     
  16. S10000

    S10000 Registered User

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    Is there a way to see the results of the poll? I'm interested as to seeing what catergory people shuffled into.

    I consider myself a Democrat. Though at the moment I am unable to vote due to age limitations, I can see myself voting for the democratic nominee in the next election.
     
  17. Dozzi

    Dozzi Guest

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    What if the democractic nominee is pro killing people by the name of S10000?

    I'm just saying this as a hypothetical man. Party voting is stupid. If one day you grow up and become successful and learn that liberals are out to steal your hard earned money, you won't be a party voter anymore.
     
  18. Karly

    Karly giggity

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    I am actually registered as a Republican. However I dont lean towards any particular party- they all have their faults & they all have certain issues which I agree & disagree with. I actually am considering joining the green party just to be an official backer of Ralph Nader.
     
  19. tourettes

    tourettes Guest

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    i'm canadian, but i'll go with rebublican. at least they have balls.
     
  20. S10000

    S10000 Registered User

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    Dozzi, you bring up a good point, but I meant from what it looks like at the moment, I can see myself voting for a democrat.

    You're also correct on the "party voting is stupid" stance. It is, but at the moment I find myself agreeing with the democrat point of view much more than that of the republicans. So, unless drastic changes take place, I can pretty much guarantee I will be voting Democrat.

    Gotta re-elect Kerry for a second term :p
     

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