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Subject: Re: How Could any Christian Vote for Obama? Date: 10/10/2012 2:30 PM
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I think every christian has a duty and responsibility to vote. I am not going to vote for an Ann Rand disciple even for VP! I am not going to vote for an ex governor of the most liberal state in the union. I am not going to vote for a vulture capitalist....

I will vote, I will not vote for Romney/Ryan nor for Romney/Ryan.

This past year I have witnessed how medicare works with my parents both being very ill. I am not willing to turn medicare over to private insurers and Romney and Ryan propose. Medicare is not great, but it is far better than the private insurance i have through work and a lot less hassles. I am always getting tagged for things my insurance does not cover or they underpay. Medicare may underpay too, but my parents do not have to cover the difference.

The GOP constantly wants to balance the budget b borrowing more from the Social Security trust fund, they want to turn it into a tax cut slush fund. I want a balanced budget but I want congress to do it without robbing all of us who have been paying for our entire careers into social security.
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