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Old 03-22-2016, 04:22 PM
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I'm not criticizing. It's your choice. Just wonder why it wouldn't be preferable to pick the candidate who comes closest to your desired view. Wouldn't that be better than letting those tho do vote -- and may/may not feel anything close to your views -- determine things?
Choosing a candidate who comes closest, but still not entirely sure about, feels like settling to me. That would be like getting married to someone who is almost what I'm looking for, but not quite.

In past elections, not only did I vote, I also planted signs in my yard for the candidates I was supporting, or even donated money. There was pride in doing so. I haven't felt that kind of enthusiasm this time around.
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