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User avatar #697 - cadaverbox (08/20/2012) [-]
How many of you are Americans?
Of that percentage, how many of you are eligible voters?
Of that percentage, how many of you formed your own political belief rather than your parents'?

I can't take any of you seriously.

User avatar #714 to #697 - thepalmtoptiger (08/20/2012) [-]
I'm American, 19, a registered voter, and plan to vote Ron Paul although I am not affiliated with any party. My parents have been Republicans for as long as I can remember and they will probably vote for Mitt Romney just because he is going to be the Republican candidate. I honestly think that they just pick whichever Republican is up because I've never seen them watching or reading the news. It really irks me.
User avatar #717 to #714 - cadaverbox (08/20/2012) [-]
Paul Ryan is legit a great dude. My mom used to work with him on the Ways & Means Committee, and he's a really good, honest guy.
User avatar #721 to #717 - thepalmtoptiger (08/20/2012) [-]
Whether or not he is a nice guy isn't the issue and it isn't the problem I have with my parents voting for Romney. Honestly, I would vote for the biggest scumbag if his ideas were sound.
#713 to #697 - anon (08/20/2012) [-]
my parents are divorced and are completely opposite on almost every issue- especially political. I am also a middle child. I form my own political views just on the base fact that if i agree with my parents- than i am not agreeing with my parents. That is reguardless of the fact that i really look to the facts before i say a ******* word anyhow. Can u take me seriously? (dont get offend- its a discussion and funny is in the name of the website)

*pic still related for same reason (yes im the same anon)
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