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VOTE: Let's test a new voting system where negative/multi vote is allowed

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by secret4now, Sep 13, 2008.

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vote

  1. For Obama

    15.4%
  2. Against Obama

    61.5%
  3. For Dennis Kucinich

    15.4%
  4. Against Dennis Kucinich

    46.2%
  5. For McCain

    38.5%
  6. Against McCain

    30.8%
  7. For Ron Paul

    53.8%
  8. Against Ron Paul

    15.4%
  9. For Nader

    23.1%
  10. Against Nader

    38.5%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. secret4now

    secret4now New Member

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    Please vote here: Let's test a new voting system where negative/multi vote is allowed, because I believe it would be a completely different story as in single pro vote where the media builds up a few pre selected candidates and lets us choose one of them.

    I strongly believe that in a system where multi candidate and negative voting would be allowed, then people could really see just how stupid or smart voters are and it would also brilliantly show if the media has in fact been preselecting puppets which the people really do not support by allowing people to vote both ways for the well publicized candidates such as McCain and Obama

    Right now, as we know it’s all Obama/McCain, let's see what happens in this thread. Negative votes will be subtracted from positive votes.

    I predict Ron Paul will win in this free style election hands down, because of the amount of banners I saw supporting him in the streets (not on the media), and sorry if I didn't put some other candidates, limited options on this poll
     
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    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    Grrrrrrr

    I only voted for McCain and I should have also clicked against Obama


    GRRRRRRRRR
     
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    pocketfullofshells Well-Known Member

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    what you live in Florida and cant figure out how vote?
     
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    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    HAHA that was funny

    no I live in oregon where we are Encouraged (if a dem) to vote and vote as often as we can and under as many names as we can think of)

    We vote by mail where you draw your picture finishing your arrow in a #2 pencil.

    I didnt read the instructions to this post, I should have. I didnt realize I could vote for and against. So when you read the votes agasint obama count one more.
     
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    This must be a Bar supporter web site, sorry I tried to edit the poll to include Bar but couldn't..
    Anyway, take it easy everybody, this will not determine our next leader HOWEVER, this may help us prove to people that the current voting system is flawed COMPLETELY, and if we would instead focus on action instead of arguments, once we would get a chance for a real election, perhaps as many as 50 choices could be on a ballot Bar included

    Again, with negative+multiple candidate voting capability, excluding a candidate does NOT help other candidate win: If all candidates listed end up in a minus it means election was rigged or handled by unprofessionals (like me perhaps) and new names must be included, because a candidate with a positive outcome is necessary to take the office

    :)
     
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