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rurallib

(62,592 posts)
Thu Apr 14, 2016, 11:05 AM Apr 2016

VOTE BLUE NO MATTER WHO [View all]



VOTE BLUE NO MATTER WHO
vote blue no matter who

VOTE BLUE NO MATTER WHO
vote blue no matter who

VOTE BLUE NO MATTER WHO
vote blue no matter who


32 votes, 13 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Yes I will vote blue, no matter who
1 (3%)
I will vote blue up and down the ballot
27 (84%)
Am I in the wrong place?
4 (13%)
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VOTE BLUE NO MATTER WHO [View all] rurallib Apr 2016 OP
In other news, more loyalty pledge posts... revbones Apr 2016 #1
behind every silver lining is a cloud rurallib Apr 2016 #2
Nobody's forcing you to pledge sharp_stick Apr 2016 #3
Did I run around screaming in fake outrage? revbones Apr 2016 #5
Ahh so sad and off topic n/t sharp_stick Apr 2016 #6
Sure, back to the umpteenth loyalty pledge for no reason revbones Apr 2016 #7
Easy there, tiger. Brickbat Apr 2016 #8
Clever way to rationalize a distinction lacking a difference. LanternWaste Apr 2016 #53
That's funny. revbones Apr 2016 #58
+1 nt Javaman Apr 2016 #15
If you think voting democrat is a loyalty pledge.. Lancero Apr 2016 #18
Nice way to twist words. revbones Apr 2016 #19
Care to explain how I twisted words? Lancero Apr 2016 #23
No, much like the myriad of others before it revbones Apr 2016 #25
What really gets old Andy823 Apr 2016 #33
So, in otherwords I didn't twist anything you said. Lancero Apr 2016 #40
If HRC is the nominee, it will become CoffeeCat Apr 2016 #28
It can be a difficult pivot at times. Funtatlaguy Apr 2016 #4
"so sane Republicans" - gotta be one of the best typos ever rurallib Apr 2016 #9
Relax. Iggo Apr 2016 #10
I am just having a bit of fun rurallib Apr 2016 #11
I see your OP as advocating the support of anti gay and anti trans Democrats. That's very serious Bluenorthwest Apr 2016 #45
OMG and WTF rurallib Apr 2016 #47
i generally vote bule no matter who.....but dembotoz Apr 2016 #12
Likely every vote on my ballot will be blue bigwillq Apr 2016 #13
That's a nice sentiment. Avalux Apr 2016 #14
Agreed. My vote is the only currency I have, and I will not give it away for free. Calista241 Apr 2016 #17
Agree! I no longer do loyalty pledges anymore. Katashi_itto Apr 2016 #43
i try to vote for one token green or Republican but blue prez Mary Mac Apr 2016 #16
It's easy for me, because my state Democratic Party is uniformly progressive and supports things Warren DeMontague Apr 2016 #20
Okay vercetti2021 Apr 2016 #21
No way I'm voting for Hillary....I'll write in Bernie. SammyWinstonJack Apr 2016 #31
This Yellow Dog always go blue. Lady Freedom Returns Apr 2016 #22
good to see you LFR. rurallib Apr 2016 #24
i wish hillary was blue SoLeftIAmRight Apr 2016 #26
It is called voting in your best interest. The best Republican is 1000 times worse that the worst Agnosticsherbet Apr 2016 #27
"Meet the Pro-Life Democrat Who is Taking on Pro-Abortion Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders" arcane1 Apr 2016 #29
Yes 2naSalit Apr 2016 #30
As long as I don't have to vote for Clinton.. no problem. basselope Apr 2016 #32
Ditto basselope............ truegrit44 Apr 2016 #35
loser talk that will make Trump or Cruz President. nt TeamPooka Apr 2016 #38
If that's what the democrats want.. so be it. basselope Apr 2016 #39
You refer to the Democrats as if they were some other group. Do you support Democrats? TeamPooka Apr 2016 #41
Real democrats? Yes. basselope Apr 2016 #46
I'm just waiting for the moment when the people trying to tear our party apart this year are banned TeamPooka Apr 2016 #49
Yes, back to your tiny little safe bubble, free from criticism. basselope Apr 2016 #50
Everybody talking shit like this is usually a new member that joined in 2016 or the last month or so TeamPooka Apr 2016 #61
Joined LONG before you. basselope Apr 2016 #64
So you're a part-time Democrat. Thanks for letting us know. If you can't win, you take your ball TeamPooka Apr 2016 #66
Thank you pointing out the problem with the democratic party. basselope Apr 2016 #69
Not about winning. That's how you see it. I'm talking about losing with grace and accepting the TeamPooka Apr 2016 #72
It isn't about "sides".. it is about values. basselope Apr 2016 #73
It must be nice to be so perfect. This imperfect world must hurt your sensitive feelings a lot. TeamPooka Apr 2016 #74
Not a fan of religions and people who treat their political parties like one. basselope Apr 2016 #75
right, because the democratic senator from NY, the secretary of state for Obama La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #56
Nope, she's not. basselope Apr 2016 #59
Sure. You live in your own delusion of who is La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #60
Hardly a delusion. It's based on values. basselope Apr 2016 #63
Delusional values of moral and ethical superiority. nt TeamPooka Apr 2016 #67
No, not delusions. Just real values. basselope Apr 2016 #68
Yes and when you say the leaders of the party La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #70
They aren't. basselope Apr 2016 #71
when they get voted in by vast majorities of the party La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #77
That hasn't happened. basselope Apr 2016 #78
Did Obama not win the Democratic primary and then win the election as a democrat? La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #79
He squeaked by democratic primary against very weak competition. basselope Apr 2016 #81
Lol. And you guys wonder why you're losing the black vote. La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #82
Winning "fair and square" is far different than a "vast majority". basselope Apr 2016 #83
Have you seen her lead in the popular vote? La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #86
Yeah, its quite sad. basselope Apr 2016 #87
I always vote for nothing but Democrats MisterP Apr 2016 #34
The right is batshit crazy Ohio Joe Apr 2016 #36
blue is a pretty color restorefreedom Apr 2016 #37
Damn Skippy! Maru Kitteh Apr 2016 #42
Sorry some 'Democrats' support bigoted anti trans and anti gay laws, I will not vote for them ever. Bluenorthwest Apr 2016 #44
My vote is private. DookDook Apr 2016 #48
I agree. Your vote and party affiliation should saidsimplesimon Apr 2016 #52
If the DNC shoves Clinton down our collective throats I will no longer be a democrat. Crabby Abbey Apr 2016 #51
she'll be shoved down your throat because she will have won the popular vote La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #80
Vote for progressive policy, no matter who. Maedhros Apr 2016 #54
And if neither party is running a progressive? JustABozoOnThisBus Apr 2016 #62
Holding our nose and voting for Neoliberals only encourages the Party Maedhros Apr 2016 #65
Think Pink! Scootaloo Apr 2016 #55
Why am I voting for a color? Fairgo Apr 2016 #57
So if I say ...not another one of these polls...they'll say oh why you complaining..if I say bkkyosemite Apr 2016 #76
No thanks. I'm capable of making my own decisions about who I vote for. Tierra_y_Libertad Apr 2016 #84
No, I will not vote for Zell Miller ever Reter Apr 2016 #85
DWS and Clinton back non-democrats, what's ok for 'leaders' is ok for voters. HereSince1628 Apr 2016 #88
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