Discussion in 'Politics' started by Cammmpbell, Nov 29, 2011.
'course I could go to the circus instead. I've always enjoyed the clowns.
I might actually watch any further debates, the teabaggers have to be getting pissed at Romney and the RNC, they are going to be piling on Romney like a bunch of rabid dogs.
Why do you care? It's not like you're going to vote for any of them.
next one December 10 on ABC, 9pm ET
here's the full schedule...
2012 Primary Debate Schedule « 2012 Election Central
What is with this lonestar logic character. He/she seems very upset that people who are not going to vote the way he does have an interest in the process.
We care, asshole. Everyone here cares.
I care only as far as Romney is concerned, the rest are just there to make republicans think they had a choice in the nominee. Romney has been the nominee from word go so I am interested in what he has to say and how he will defend himself from charges of being a socialist (repubspeak for having comparatively moderate positions) and boy are they going to go after him hard from now on.
Why would a person that has no intention of supporting any of these candidates care at this point?
You must be a liberal, you calling me an asshole, proves it.
I will vote in a Tennessee primary...count on it.
Here's my voting record...lifetime
1976 Did Not Vote
1988 Did Not Vote
1992 Did Not Vote
1996 Did Not Vote
2000 Did Not Vote
2004 Kerry *****
2008 Obama *****
***** voted against spend and borrow Republicans
Dude.....I called you an asshole because you made an "assholish" comment. Asking people to refrain from expressing their opinion on GOP candidates because they won't likely support any of them is an asshole move.
I think you are disappointed in the field.....and this is your way of crying about it. Are you the kid who took the fucking ball home?
I wouldn't believe you as far as I could throw you. Liberals have proven that they are not an honest bunch.
Under Tennessee Code Annotated 2-7-115, section b:
A registered voter is entitled to vote in a primary election for offices for which the voter is qualified to vote at the polling place where the voter is registered if:
(1) The voter is a bona fide member of and affiliated with the political party in whose primary the voter seeks to vote; or
(2) At the time the voter seeks to vote, the voter declares allegiance to the political party in whose primary the voter seeks to vote and states that the voter intends to affiliate with that party.
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