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Response to ProudToBeBlueInRhody (Reply #17)

Sun May 25, 2014, 01:49 AM

18. Of course it depends upon who runs.

But right now I'm pretty disillusioned with the whole process. Based on where I live, (Alaska) my vote really does not matter. Most of the time I show up to vote solely on the propositions, and ignore the candidates.

I am a "supervoter", and it's difficult to break those habits once they are established.

I might vote for Elizabeth Warren. I might vote for John Huntsman. I'd have to do a lot more research on both of them before I'd be comfortable committing to a vote, but they both appear capable, and in Huntsman's case in particular, I was impressed with his responses in the debates. I felt he had a very good grip on the issues, and voiced some sensible ideas.

How about "Trump/Sheen in 2016, a bad idea whose time has come! Hey that IS a great slogan!

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