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|Jan 14, 2008 6:43 pm||Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
Danielle (Dani) Cutler
|So many voters out there are those "one-issue" folks, who don't care what a candidate thinks about anything else other than say, the environment, or that they are a christian, or whatever.|
If you were voting based on one-issue alone, what would it be? Just one stipulation, you can't name a candidate. This is YOUR personal one-issue.
Too narrow? Sorry... it's too narrow for me too, trust me. :-P
My issue: universal health care and achieving it.
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Private Reply to Danielle (Dani) Cutler
|Jan 14, 2008 8:34 pm||re: Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
|Ugh, Dani--that's like asking me which one of my kids do I love? |
After watching Topper's video, I'd have to say classism. If the ruling elite were overthrown and this truly was a democracy being run for the people, by the people--I think the rest would fall into place.
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|Jan 15, 2008 5:57 am||re: re: Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
I'm with Jenny on this one.
I know it's not a political issue, but that is the theme I am working on when I say vote for anyone who is not a Dem or Rep. Thus, you know your candidate cannot win and the feeling is liberating because you are one more light in the darkness of the old school, where reside the classrooms of the elite.
Power to the people. It will happen but, unfortunately, not in our lifetimes unless a powerful alien life form shows up and tells us to change our ways or the planet will be destroyed.
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|Jan 15, 2008 3:14 pm||re: re: re: Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
John James O'Brien
|Health care .. ruined my grandparents and cousin, ripple effects far beyond. Each person affected is a family affected is a network affected. Conversely, the dialogue that would take place in finding solutions has potential to bridge all sorts of differences. And imagine the finances now tied up by individuals (in securing whatever care they can) being freed for other aspects of life...a real economic engine at a granular level--of the people.|
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|Jan 15, 2008 6:47 pm||re: re: re: re: Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
|I am against any overridden formulation of any new trade agreements called the SPP/North American Community which would abolish the borders and constitutional arrangements by law we have with our leaders as citizens of the United States of America. I am against the abolishment of God given rights, changed into State given rights.|
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|Jan 16, 2008 2:31 am||re: Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
Too narrow - absolutely.
For me, it has to be ...
The Constitution IS (or is not) the Supreme Law of the Land.
Everything else emanates from there.
Private Reply to James Booth
|Jan 16, 2008 4:42 am||re: re: Let's play a game! What's your one-issue?||#|
|My issue is one that doesn't exist and that is the end of caucuses and primaries and we end up with a few democrats, and a few republicans and a few of anything else to choose from on the November ballot, and a vote system such as that would be impossible to "fix".|
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