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jimlup Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-14-08 11:08 PM
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9. Polling data
Here is the data in Michigan for the repuklian side:

and here is the data in Michigan for us:

1. Kucinich doesn't even get listed in the Michigan polling data.
2. The democratic delegates won't get a vote at the convention anyway.

Seems to me, that the most trouble and can stir up is to vote for Ron Paul by asking for a repuklian ballot.

The most convincing arguement I've heard so far appealed to my conscience. Yes, Kucinich is a man that I respect and admire. He represents my views. Pulling a switch for a small chance at meaningless political mischief seems trit. Nevertheless, the part of me that wants to actually affect change doesn't find my political conscience enought of a reason to stay in the democratic primary.

Anyway, I probably won't actually decide until I walk into the polling place.
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