If you are unable to view both sides objectively, I wish you didn't vote
If you think the majority vote was a bunch of idiots, maybe you're missing something? Don't you at least want to know what that is?
Cracks me up when people can be so sure one guy is right and one guy is wrong wrong wrong.
For me, Romney's hard line on things like abortion made me unwilling to vote for him. This country is (supposed) to be all about people's rights to make their own choices. I'm not staunch pro-choice or pro-life, both sides have excellent merits... Why should it be a choice made for us, rather than a personal choice made by us?
The one thing I like most about Obama, I feel like he is in better touch with the US people. I'm sure Mitty's a great guy and all, but I don't feel he is "government for us, by us". He doesn't know what it's like to constantly be worried about next months mortgage payment. His economic plans- although I agree were better than Obama's- were insensitive, and were going to make things a whole lot worse before it got any better.
Biggest think it Mitty's favor for me was his business track record. The guy knows how to turn losers into winners. I would not put Obama in charge of my business.
But then, why was Mitty so uptight about his tax returns? And in the debate, his answer was always "I have a plan for that"... But he never said what it was. I don't doubt he did have a plan, but I want a president that can get his point across. This is the figure head of our country, if you can't communicate well you can't do the job well, even if you have good ideas.
Obama's plans should work, just coming at it from a different angle. Maybe less effective, but hey- he's got a 4-year head start!
I saw good and bad in both... But the bad was SO bad (at least to me) I really don't want either one in office. So, I elected to not participate.
I know every vote counts, but do you really think the Mormon Republican wasn't going to win in Utah?!
Shut up and fly.