I do not vote. I never voted. As I said many times before, so I will not get into the reasons again. I am not registered to vote. I do not belong to any party. But I can still say who I rather want to win.
Back in 2008 I wanted the Democrats to win the presidential elections. This was not because I really had anything with them, and also because I was a lot more ignorant back then. I just thought that maybe they are better on civil issues than Republicans. But they are not. I do not see it. The war still goes on. The ban on drugs, even marijuana, is still in place. Gay marriage has not been resolved. The patriot act has not been repealed. So tell me exactly how they vindicated themselves as being pro-civil liberties? They might talk better on these issues than Republicans but as far their results go, they are just as the same.
So the Democrats have not done anything great. Instead they decreased liberties (a political party decreasing liberties, woah, what a surprise, I would have never guessed) with their healthcare bill. Now you need to buy insurance, if you do not, you go to jail. The Democrats care so much about you that if you do not buy what they say then they will throw you into a cage.
That is why I prefer Republicans to Democrats. Republicans have not done anything. On civil issues they are just as bad. But at least they do not expand the size of the government as fast as Democrats do. Between these two parties there are no small government party. Both are big government parties, the only different is that Republicans are just a smaller government party. Therefore, in the long run Republicans are expected to do less damage to the country than Democrats.
This is why I hope Republicans win. If they do win I am not going to be cheering or anything. I am no Republican. I just see them as the lesser of two evils, but I remember that still makes them evil.
In fact, there is a reasonable chance the Republicans would win and then go on to win the presidential elections in 2012. The population has not been happy. Which is actually a good thing. A divided country in conflict is what we need. Having everyone agree and give giant approval ratings to a president is scary, just remember what happened with Bush after September 11.
I never thought I would say this but I am with Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity!