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View Poll Results: Who gets/got your vote for President?
Obama/Biden 100 34.25%
Romney/Ryan 139 47.60%
Other 53 18.15%
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Old 11-06-2012, 07:44 AM  
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Who did you vote for? Don't worry, the poll is anonymous.

Thought it might be interesting to get a feel for the political makeup of CP. Please, no political rhetoric in this thread! There's a whole other sub-forum for that and I don't want to see this one get sent there.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:05 AM   #46
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Damn, I just threw that "DaFace pissing in the coffee pot" thing out there as a joke. I had no idea.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:06 AM   #47
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(But seriously, it's OK. I deserve it.)

And for the record, I'm still at Rain Man, Inc. for two more weeks.
Hey, you're still my best friend for two more weeks. [bro hug] I luv ya, man. [/bro hug]
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:07 AM   #48
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Damn, I just threw that "DaFace pissing in the coffee pot" thing out there as a joke. I had no idea.
Ha...I'd hope that my even-keel nature around here would make it pretty clear I wouldn't be the "going down in a blaze of glory" type. Just moving on, as these things tend to happen. Not really an exciting story.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:08 AM   #49
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Damn, I just threw that "DaFace pissing in the coffee pot" thing out there as a joke. I had no idea.

Nah, we good, we good. DaFace had a great run here for a long time and is moving on to a cool new opportunity. I hate to see him go, but [insert time lapse photography of mountains changing and flowers blooming and wilting and clouds forming and dissipating].
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:09 AM   #50
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So DaFace and I are out of town, and we're having lunch at a KFC (I had the two-piece meal and he had some sort of shepherd's pie thing), and it's too depressing to talk about the Chiefs, so we're talking politics. Now, I generally don't talk politics with coworkers because it's depressing to think about the country and how our civilization is collapsing around our ears due to reasons that are completely avoidable, but when the other major conversation alternative is the Chiefs, talking politics is like being in the Renaissance, with Obama and Romney painting chapel ceilings and discovering continents and inventing calculus and the telescope.

So we're talking politics, and DaFace says, "Y'know, I'd really prefer to vote for Johnson, the Libertarian guy, just to support a third party and deliver a point. But I can't do that, because the Colorado race is so close that I have to vote for Obama just in case."

And I nodded knowingly, chewing my biscuit that never comes with enough butter, which is the only thing that really annoys me about KFC, and I say, "I hear ya, brutha. I'd really prefer to vote for Johnson too, and for the same reason. But I can't do that, because the Colorado race is so close that I have to vote for Romney just in case."

And then we look at each other across the table and recognize that we have perfect symmetry around the idealistic core of American democracy, and that we both hate voting for the big-party machines that exist only to tax and spend us into bankruptcy, cut essential government services that leave people starving in the streets, repress religious freedoms, form an arch-conservative theocracy, ban abortion, force women to take free abortions, kill the space program, waste money on the space program, involve us in pointless wars, and ignore international affairs with our heads in the sand.

So we made a deal. I don't vote for Romney, he doesn't vote for Obama, and we both vote for Johnson, who will create a society where everyone has enough butter for the KFC biscuits, but not because it's mandated, but because there's just a lot of butter.

Everybody wins!
DaFace tricked you. He still voted for Obama but now there's 1 less Romney vote in opposition.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:09 AM   #51
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Shit. I should've kept my mouth shut. Wasn't my place to disclose that. I thought it was more widely known. My apologies gentlemen. I actually like you guys.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:10 AM   #52
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:11 AM   #53
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DaFace tricked you. He still voted for Obama but now there's 1 less Romney vote in opposition.
We actually talked about that too. I think that, aside from the fact that we're both generally honorable chaps, the extreme remote possibility that one of us could personally be responsible for dishonestly rigging the entire election held us in check.

I did have to defend it to a family member or two, though, who said "Well...you'll never really know..."
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:11 AM   #54
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Shit. I should've kept my mouth shut. Wasn't my place to disclose that. I thought it was more widely known. My apologies gentlemen. I actually like you guys.
Na, I don't care. I just didn't think it was worthy of making a big announcement about.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:15 AM   #55
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We actually talked about that too. I think that, aside from the fact that we're both generally honorable chaps, the extreme remote possibility that one of us could personally be responsible for dishonestly rigging the entire election held us in check.

I did have to defend it to a family member or two, though, who said "Well...you'll never really know..."
Heh. I've gotten my ass chewed by friends on both side of the aisle when I told them I was thinking about Johnson. "OMGOMG HOW CAN YOU THROW YOUR VOTE AWAY???!"
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:18 AM   #56
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:19 AM   #57
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Heh. I've gotten my ass chewed by friends on both side of the aisle when I told them I was thinking about Johnson. "OMGOMG HOW CAN YOU THROW YOUR VOTE AWAY???!"
Yeah, I certainly get it. At the same time, if we all just keep voting for the R's and the D's, I don't see how we'll ever get out of this cycle.

Honestly, Johnson's got his own issues and I probably wouldn't vote for him if he had a good chance of winning. However, I'm really ready for a third party to at least be involved in the debates.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:22 AM   #58
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Na, I don't care. I just didn't think it was worthy of making a big announcement about.
Right on. My foot doesn't taste very good, I've tried it.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:22 AM   #59
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Yeah, I certainly get it. At the same time, if we all just keep voting for the R's and the D's, I don't see how we'll ever get out of this cycle.

Honestly, Johnson's got his own issues and I probably wouldn't vote for him if he had a good chance of winning. However, I'm really ready for a third party to at least be involved in the debates.
Ditto here. I think a pure Libertarian is almost as bad as the Democrats and Republicans in terms of philosophy. But we need a new voice in the mix, and his is the most powerful of the mouselike parties.

I'm bummed that the "use science to decide" party a few years back went down the tubes. I really liked their general philosophy.
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