4 years ago the only thing I ever heard leading up to the election was that they didn't like either candidate so they were going to vote for Bush since he was safer than Kerry.
Basically people were choosing the lesser of two evils they said.
I hate that!
And now I am hearing it again this year.
Are people really expecting to find a candidate that has the same opinions and stances as them?
Because that person isn't out there!
Everyone lives their life the way they want to. Which means that everyone has different life experiences that shape who they are.
So unless you were attached to someone your views are probably going to be different than then person next to you right now.
I personally like BOTH of these candidates more than the Bush/Kerry election from 4 years ago.
Do McCain or Obama agree with everything I think?
Does that mean I can't like one of them to be in office?
I don't think so.
I understand if you would rather of seen a different candidate in the running. I wanted to see Mike Huckabee. I think he would have been perfect for the position would be great for the country but unfortunately he didn't have enough money.
So my #1 choice isn't involved. Big Deal!
So I look at the 2 that are left and I listen to them talk and I research them both and I find one that I can and will support.
What is so hard about that?
Why do people have to continuously say things like I don't like either candidate so I will take him because he is safer. Or I will take the lesser of two evils.
Vote for the candidate that YOU feel will be the BEST President of this great country!