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Thank you for what you had to say about meg whitman, and forina. They were both bad candidates. I voted for Swartzenhiemer at first but I did not vote for him the second time; neither would I ever vote for Swartzenfifer ever again. I think Whitsan is just a Swartzenduffer in a dress, and Purina was just another Elite Globalist Repub with constant Outsourcing of American jobs. She was completely unconcerned about America or American Citizens. Also Whitan & foruna were both Very Illegal Alien Friendly. They both opposed SB1070 so that let me know they were both horrible.

However, NOT voting at all or NOT voting for an “R” is the same as voting FOR a “D”. I understand your philosophical aversion, however, it would seem to me that you would be willing to do about anything to get those Brown and Boxer from doing anymore damage. Sure the two that would replace them are certainly not perfect but you don’t have a prefect candidate right now. Whitman and Fiorina are are step in the right direction and think of them as placeholders until someone better comes along. Imagine how much more damage Brown and Boxer can inflict until the next election. In some states we have to start with baby steps in our quest take back the country from the progressives. Scott Brown was a step in the right direction and proved that an “R” could be elected in a blue state. Even though he is a RINO, he is better than what was being offered. He, hopefully, has paved the way for someone better next time. This election is too important to not vote for an “R”, even an imperfect one as opposed to sitting it out or voting for what you already have.

Nice ideas, but if you don’t vote for Meg and Carly, you are just helping to elect Brown and Boxer; 3rd party candidates do nothing but draw the vote away from others, and in this case, from the more conservative of the two choices. Please get real.

This is real. We are on the verge of something bigger. Partisan politics and voting for the candidate with the R just for the sake of an R, is wrong. I am willing to invest the time into cultivating the candidates that will represent me well. They are out there. Candidates need to see we are serious. If Whitman & Fiorina are the same as Brown & Boxer, how is it any better? I think I am being very “real.” I want “real” change. I want “real” accountability. And, I am willing to wait for it. Voting a “party line” has given us what we have….and I don’t like what we have. So rather than resort to insults, I am voting responsibly.