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To: American_Centurion
If you don't know what a person stands for and believes you shouldn't vote for them.

Voting is done by considering party affiliation, not principles. At least for themajority. Those who put principle above party are far too few in number to make any significant difference in an election.

51 posted on 03/01/2004 7:49:28 AM PST by templar
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To: templar
Voting is done by considering party affiliation, not principles. At least for the majority.

I agree with you, in fact I am in that majority on almost all Federal elections. But that is because I am convinced that the Dems are truly enemies of freedom and the Republic.

The sad part is that corruption and lying are, at least to a certain extent,accepted characteristics of pols. Even when honesty and character are visibly displayed large numbers of people will readily believe that the pol is a liar.

59 posted on 03/01/2004 9:40:14 AM PST by American_Centurion (Daisy-cutters trump a wiretap anytime - Nicole Gelinas)
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