Thursday, October 2, 2008

I would like your input.

Is it better to defy your conscience and vote for a candidate you don't agree with or cast that same vote for a candidate that is not popular enough to ever win?

(I'm the Underdog and I approved this message.)

4 comments:

Aaron said...

First off, is there a candidate you agree with? Totally?

the Underdog said...

No, I don't find that I have much in common with either of the candidates the primary parties have offered up. I don't find either ticket very appealing.

ComfyDenim said...

I picked an issue that is on my heart and decided to vote that issue.
So - I'm voting against the candidate that refuses health care for babies who survive abortions.

And then - another issue would be foreign policy -- I can't vote for the candidate that willingly, and against authority, went to visit the nut job in Iran...who is admittedly against my Country & Israel.

Probably doesn't help.
But -- there's not a candidate I totally agree with ...so I picked my issues.

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