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#8878 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Okay, I was already a Romney supporter to begin with. But with all the hate he's getting, I just want him to win even more. I want to see the butthurt flow through this site like watching food coloring spread through a container of water.
#9012 to #8878 - oxan
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(09/18/2012) [-]
Shit nigger, if Romney wins, you best be prepared for a huge influx of terrorist attacks or rigorous assaults on your personal freedom.

Oh man. 'The Middle East needs America'. Oh maaaaaaaan.
#8949 to #8878 - Patheos
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(09/17/2012) [-]
Oh, somebody else that thinks that way. That's the same for me and Obama. Every time he's really hated just makes him seem to like him a bit more. Though Obama's no saint, not by a long-shot I like him a lot more than Romney.
#8950 to #8949 - Patheos
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(09/17/2012) [-]
But, hey I'm fine with your opinion on Romney. I ain't mad.
#8907 to #8878 - tweetyftw **User deleted account**
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#8929 to #8907 - anon
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(09/16/2012) [-]
And if Obama wins again, America will go further into drowning in delusional fairy tale "liberal progressive" bullshit.

We lose either way. We're fucked.
#8879 to #8878 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Some men just want to watch the USA burn...



JK, even though I strongly oppose his presidency, I don't believe that he will totally ruin the entire country.
#8880 to #8879 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Truthfully, I don't believe any one person is fit to be president. It's too much work to put on the shoulders of a single individual. t the very least we should have a council or committee or something.
#8881 to #8880 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
We do have a system like that, but I do believe that the President holds too much influence. Bipartisanship, in my opinion, has truly ripped this country apart.
#8882 to #8881 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Exactly! What happened to it being the United States of America? We shouldn't have parties, we should have candidates who have their own values and platforms that aren't framed by whether they're "conservative" or "liberal" or "republican" or "democrat". Labels are what create controversy and hate and violence.
#8883 to #8882 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
And although I am very religiously involved, and believe strongly about several topics, if we wanted to let religious beliefs dictate our national laws, this would have been a theocracy. I would like to see my own beliefs mirrored in the laws, but only after a majority ruling.
#8884 to #8883 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Theocracy is nice if it's based on your own belief system. The problem is that there are so many different belief systems in this country that it would never appeal to everyone. Besides, the whole reason our ancestors left Europe was to escape the Catholic theocracy.
#8885 to #8884 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Actually, it was not a Catholic theocracy, but an Anglican.



#8886 to #8885 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
My apologies. I thought Anglican was the name of the English heritage, not the religious system.
#8889 to #8886 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
It is both. Henry the 8th formed the Anglican Church in response to his excommunication from the Catholic Church after his pursuit of another divorce.
#8890 to #8889 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Ohhh. Yea history is not my forte.
#8891 to #8890 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Neither is it mine.
#8892 to #8891 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
Ironically, my best subject is actually English haha.
#8893 to #8892 - Mentoman
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(09/16/2012) [-]
But not English history, right?
#8894 to #8893 - jokeface
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(09/16/2012) [-]
English language, not English history.