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I voted today for John McCain.
Same here. Wonder if this is what they meant? Sorry Senator Clinton, you should have stayed with us like we stayed with you...
Hillary stayed herself.I think you're the ones that strayed (assuming you were really on board with what Clinton believes in, politically, in the first place).But hey, it's a Democracy, and it's important that voters vote. (and unlike the GOP, I don't believe in trying to suppress the votes of people likely to disagree with me)
My husband and I agree that it's important to get out the vote, and we are doing what we can, for McCain. We'll be back for Hillary in 2012.
My family and I are getting out the vote for John McCain. I'll support Sen Clinton in 2012.
Interesting...they never say give Obama/Biden your support. They just say our support is needed.For those of us who believe in democracy, it is essential that we remember the circumstances under which the democratic candidate was chosen. A man who bullies and cheats his way to office is unacceptable as a candidate. A man who used the race card and misogyny to meet his aims is not worthy of our trust and support. A man who has accomplished nothing for others to date is unlikely to shine as a President.A year ago, I was an Obama fan--though I supported Hillary. Three weeks ago, this lifelong Democrat voted for McCain.
Losers.....a vote for McCain is a vote against women!I hope you're crying in your wine/beer tomorrow.Live with it, deal with it....and grow up!
I stood in line for almost 2 hours to vote this morning - and I live in MASSACHUSETTS. I can't imagine what it must be like in battle ground states!Truly, this is a historic moment, regardless of the outcome.
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