From: Karee Swift (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 27 2000 - 12:22:14 PST
I voted -for- Harry Browne. Why? Because he fits my mindset and I
dont' have to conceed by picking the lesser of two evils, as many of
my friends did. Its just unfortunate that the third parties were
relatively silenced, otherwise I think you'd have a lot less of the
vote 'against' and a lot more truthful representation.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, John Boyer <johnboy@h...> wrote:
> I like to poll people about their political beliefs. I ask
> preachers, lawyers, co-workers, customers and relatives.
> I want to know Who and Why. One thing I see more and more is a
> people to vote negative.
> If you ask people who they voted for you often get a barrage of
> the other side.
> Conservatives voted against Clinton or against Socialism. Liberals
> against George W. Quayle. Some folks voted against immigration (
> or against the status quo ( Nader).
> So I want to know. Who voted FOR somebody? Can you describe why
> attacking the other side?
> p.s. I voted FOR Bush. I think he's a good, wise man. Because he
> in limited government. He will cut my high taxes. And he's not a
> arrogant crybaby bastard like .... doh! i blew it
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