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Old 01-28-2014, 10:45 AM   #1
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Question Did dudes from the Manosphere vote for Obama or anyone at all?

I thought of that last night...I wondered for all their talk if the same dudes who can't stand feminisim etc. voted for Obama in both terms or at least his first, or if in another country wanted to see him elected.

If dudes in the manosphere had voted for Obama would they even admit it?

If they hadn't voted at all because they felt it doesn't matter then wouldn't that make the gum flappers regardless?

To bad we'll never find out because for all their talk I wonder how many dudes in the manosphere vote or don't and if they were Obama voters or just complainers EVEN IF they felt their vote wouldn't do anything.
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:50 AM   #2
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i voted for ron paul
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:53 AM   #3
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i voted for ron paul
Then you're part of the problem too.

Ron Paul didnt have a snowballs chance in he11 to win....but you vote for him anyway. Guess what? 1/2 vote for Obama. Thanks pal.
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:53 AM   #4
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I did. But it's probably because I'm black and not because he was speaking my language on Privacy, war and domestic spying. After I saw he planned to continue on the same track towards a police state I refused to vote in the second term. I refuse to vote at all now. Nobody represents my interests. Even Ron Paul only goes so far into what I am looking for in a leader.
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:55 AM   #5
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I voted right on both elections. The first time I voted, I wasn't aware of left wing vs. right wing, or the differences between Republicans and Democrats. I lived in a relatively sheltered environment in terms of race and violence. My parents did not influence my political ideals, but they ended up voting to the right as well. We are immigrants, for the record.

The second time I was very aware of the above.
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:57 AM   #7
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I did. But it's probably because I'm black and not because he was speaking my language on Privacy, war and domestic spying.
Props for speaking the truth. The majority of blacks voted for him for the very same reason....yet would never admit it and instead accuse one of racism had one made that claim.

Uneducated voters + stupid young people my age + minorities = Obama win.

The people that actually care about politics and government policies.....were left disappointed. We will look back on this one day and be in shock...of how we could elect Obama NOT ONCE....but TWICE.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:14 AM   #8
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I voted for Romney. Not my fav, but sort of ok.

I think I'm done voting though. My state's electoral votes will all go for Hillary next time no matter what I do. It's pointless.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:18 AM   #9
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Props for speaking the truth. The majority of blacks voted for him for the very same reason....yet would never admit it and instead accuse one of racism had one made that claim.

Uneducated voters + stupid young people my age + minorities = Obama win.

The people that actually care about politics and government policies.....were left disappointed. We will look back on this one day and be in shock...of how we could elect Obama NOT ONCE....but TWICE.


Seriously bro, you're sarcasm detector is broken. It was sarcasm for guys who think like you do. You guys are the low information voters if you think black people only voted for Obama because he was black. That's like saying you only voted for McCain because he was white, of course you didn't. It was about the issues for me. I would have voted for anyone who was against government spying on the public, free speech zones and more wars. I liked McCain until he went full retard. My ideal hope was a McCain/Powell ticket of sense and rationality, but alas he catered to the lowest common denominator of the right and I couldn't support him. Ron Paul would have never gotten elected so I voted for the lesser of two evils which turned out to be even more evil.
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Then you're part of the problem too.

Ron Paul didnt have a snowballs chance in he11 to win....but you vote for him anyway. Guess what? 1/2 vote for Obama. Thanks pal.

As an american citizen it is his right to voice his opinion, even if it isn't quite as popular as others. I also voted for Paul and I'll probably vote for Rand.


Didn't vote for Obama but, he seems chill as f*.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:27 AM   #11
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Then you're part of the problem too.

Ron Paul didnt have a snowballs chance in he11 to win....but you vote for him anyway. Guess what? 1/2 vote for Obama. Thanks pal.

I can understand this argument. But this line of thinking is what keeps us trapped in a crappy two-party system. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:28 AM   #12
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i didnt vote for ron paul because i thought he would win, he was the only person that i didnt want to burn to a crisp with a flamethrower. I dont vote at all anymore. The game is rigged, and i don't care to be invested in it anymore.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:34 AM   #13
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Then you're part of the problem too.

Ron Paul didnt have a snowballs chance in he11 to win....but you vote for him anyway. Guess what? 1/2 vote for Obama. Thanks pal.

I voted for Ron Paul as well.


Personally I think those of your school of thought are part of the problem.

Your statement shows that you are not voting FOR someone, but rather voting AGAINST someone. That only works when you think the two parties are truly going in different directions.

Reality points out that if there is one thing both parties can agree on, it is that we the individuals should have less power and the Government should have more. So when you vote "against" one candidate, you really are voting for more status quo.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:35 AM   #14
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I voted for Obama. You think if the other turd got in Marijuana would be becoming legal?
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I'm a card carrying Libertarian but I think the party is still too rigid ideologically to actually toss a vote away voting Libertarian.

So I vote for whoever has the best chance to beat whoever the American Socialist Party (aka democrats) put up. Which basicly means I'm a reluctant republican voter. Which drives me crazy since we have a 2 party system of democrat and democrat-lite.

Neither Obama nor most people who voted for him are worthy of being pissed on while on fire, IMO.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:49 AM   #16
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Neither Obama nor most people who voted for him are worthy of being pissed on while on fire, IMO.

Well that's completely reasonable. With such rational voters it's hard to believe the Republicans have been out of power for two terms.
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I voted for Obama. You think if the other turd got in Marijuana would be becoming legal?

What makes you think it's becoming legal now?

A president intructing the DEA and justice dept to not enforce federal law doesnt mean it is being made legal. The next admin could crack down on it again. THIS admin could wake up tomorrow and decide to crack down on it again.

And thats the problem with this stooge and the idiots on the left that think presidents are and should be kings elected by popular vote. They want a mob-rule systtem where a president gets elected by popular vote rather than by an electoral system and can do whatever he wants. Problem with that is that isn't representative government. That's a dictatorship like Venezuela and nazi Germany....a sham of "democracy" propping up an oligarchy.

And that's why this country was SPECIFICLY founded as a republic. Not a democracy. A REPUBLIC, complete with separation of powers and a system of checks and balances.

The fact that your state is being given a wide berth to allow weed sales is meaningless. NOTHING is legal until the law is changed by congress and signed by a president. Until then it's all a temporary illusion designed to appeal to people like you and is intended to confuse the masses into thinking it's okay to just ignore the rule of law and the constitution if popular opinion supports it. Because that's what empowers dictators.

I find it nauseating, personally.
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I find it nauseating, personally.

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What makes you think it's becoming legal now?

A president intructing the DEA and justice dept to not enforce federal law doesnt mean it is being made legal. The next admin could crack down on it again. THIS admin could wake up tomorrow and decide to crack down on it again.

And thats the problem with this stooge and the idiots on the left that think presidents are and should be kings elected by popular vote. They want a mob-rule systtem where a president gets elected by popular vote rather than by an electoral system and can do whatever he wants. Problem with that is that isn't representative government. That's a dictatorship like Venezuela and nazi Germany....a sham of "democracy" propping up an oligarchy.

And that's why this country was SPECIFICLY founded as a republic. Not a democracy. A REPUBLIC, complete with separation of powers and a system of checks and balances.

The fact that your state is being given a wide berth to allow weed sales is meaningless. NOTHING is legal until the law is changed by congress and signed by a president. Until then it's all a temporary illusion designed to appeal to people like you and is intended to confuse the masses into thinking it's okay to just ignore the rule of law and the constitution if popular opinion supports it. Because that's what empowers dictators.

I find it nauseating, personally.

Doesn't matter who you vote for, you still won't be getting laid.
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Well that's completely reasonable. With such rational voters it's hard to believe the Republicans have been out of power for two terms.

Having no tolerance for anti American, anti capitalist, lying, hypocritical socialists doesn't make one irrational. I happen to like my country, as founded, and my disdain for those who don't and those who are supporters and apologists for them is entirely rational, toots.

But I find it amusing that anyone would call that irrational considering this entire administration and democrat platform requires support of those who vote with emotion as opposed to rational thought. Progressivism and liberalism REQUIRE irrational voters to prevail. I could give dozens of examples.

The Republican party has lost the last two presidential elections because it's not conservative and its candidates have been complete jokes. And the democrats play dirty pool and cheat. Obama cheated legally and illegally in both elections. Dozens of examples can be given for this too.

Call names and attach labels all you want, but I happen to be one of the people left in this country who can smell the anti American socialist agenda from a mile away and have no tolorance for it. Socialism and Liberty cannot exist in the same space. Freedom requires Liberty. Do the math. Rationally. LOL

BTW, the OP was asking about the manosphere. Aren't you a woman? Why are you posting?

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Doesn't matter who you vote for, you still won't be getting laid.

What an amazing retort. Keep smokin' and votin', Cheech.
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