Why are you a Republican, Democrat, or other?
What does your party stand for, and what do you stand for. Is there a big difference in what you stand for as appose to what your party stands for? For example, I do not always vote or agree with the Democrats just because I am Democrat. Thanks in advance for answering and this question will be put to a vote if there is at least five answers....
Asked By: Doug favors universal insurance! - 12/21/2008
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I am a Conservative because i believe in... More
Answered By: n.timberlake - 12/21/2008
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I am a Confederate. I'm against a socialist empire.
Answered By: Non Silba Sed Anthar - 12/21/2008
Answered By: Healthy Person - 12/21/2008
Registered as an R only so I can vote in primaries. Thats how they roll in NY. I don't care for either party these days.
Answered By: pigletscafe - 12/21/2008
Going by your name, you will pick some lameass socialist answer anyway.
Answered By: Max Power - 12/21/2008
I am registered Independent... More
Answered By: Repairmanjack - 12/21/2008
You know i have been trying to figure that out myself. I have considered myself a Republican but now question both parties. Those two parties seriously have screwed this country. I would like to see what an Independent would do. Just for a change.
Answered By: THAT GUY - 12/21/2008
Republican Reason: My IQ is over 120. Small government, A strong military. I loathe everything the left stands for.
Answered By: Littlhrse - 12/21/2008
I am a socially liberal Republican. My party was handed over to the "kooks" (as Mr. Buckley referred to them). Unfortunately, I have not had the stomach nor temerity to vote for one for a very long time.
Answered By: Yggdrasil - 12/21/2008
I'm a Republican... More
Answered By: bmovies60 - 12/21/2008
I always vote for whats the best for my country first. Then whats best for me. Gotta put that in, or I would be lying to ya. You have to look at their voting records. That gives you a idea of their thinking. And I do not have trouble sleeping at night knowing I voted for McCain/Palin
Answered By: momulle_2000 - 12/21/2008
i consider myself independent because i dont think you should vote for someone based on which party they are in. you need to vote for the people who will do the best things for your country.
Answered By: theresa_vball2 - 12/21/2008
Just the fact that you support universal health care tells me of your incompetence. You won't understand republican thinking. It requires you to be able to be to think for yourself without the government thinking for you. This includes the liberal teachers in your government run high school.
Answered By: Plumber Rock - 12/21/2008
I am a democratic socialist who checks the "D" with notable displeasure. Kucinich and the third parties are my crowd, and I stand for a keynesian New Deal, a basic level of governmental social services (read: WHO-minimums health care and a day care system,) heavy economic interventions within the confines of an open... More
Answered By: firstname.lastname@example.org - 12/21/2008
Libertarian. I see the cause and effect of large governments, and have come to realization that small government is fairest and safest for everyone.
Answered By: Erick - 12/21/2008
I'm a Democrat... More
Answered By: macdoodle - 12/21/2008
i am a democrat because i really believe they are the party of the working class, i have always done better under a democratic adm. and i dont give a damed if some of them are corrupt . if the republican party was more for the working class i would vote for them no matter how corrupt they are.
Answered By: DUDE!!! - 12/21/2008
The majority of the issues I am for so are the Republicans. I do not vote for Demogratic people because what they are for I am not... More
Answered By: bobbo342 ~Merry CHRISTmas~ - 12/21/2008
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