KFC, I love it how people try to change your mind on who you're going to vote for by throwing out at you random non-sense. I also agree with you on that both candidates are ummmmmmmmmmm not the 'best' choice.
After reading several pages, of people saying that if you (meaning KFC) had any brains you would vote for Obama. Well if they (those people saying that) had any brains they should state why KFC should vote for Obama. Here's how a logical (the exchange of information) argument should you go: a statement is made back by fact the other party can accept, deny and state a fact of why they're denying, or say that the statement and fact are not linked then make another statement.
Brining up that McCain voted for Bush 90ish% times isn't going to most likely make KFC change his mind, for judging by his post one can guess that he probably doesn't mind that. Nor is saying McBush McSame, or singing old McDonald had a farm going to help persuade him either.
Let me give an example of a logical argument. I just stated that McCain voted for Bush 95% of the time. Which is TRUEISH (again the media does this all the time and tells half of the story). It is made out that McCain has voted 95% of the time with Bush all the time but that statistic is only for this year. Go to congressional quarterly voting studies. While McCain's support of Bush has been down to 77% and vote with his party as low as 67%. Again, Mc'Same', went against his party 33%.
Meanwhile, Obama has a more 'consistent' record. He's voted nearly a perfect score, yes he's close to 100% (a few tenths of a percent off) voting with Demcrats (google congressional quarterly voting study). Let me get this right. First, you can clearly tell that he is 'SO WAY' bipartisan. Seconde, Demcrats have had control of Congress for about 3 years. Please tell me what changes have come. The economy is doing so-so worriedish (for the most part as in its not as bad as it could be) yet the stock market keeps going down by big loses. Yes I understand it takes some 'time' for policies to go through.
Again, I don't like either candidate. In fact, the two candidates (maybe 3ish) I liked were very articulate (one wasn't the two were), all were intelligent, and two were believers (followers of Jesus Christ, which I am. I'm not sure if the thirdish was) Why is that important because its part of their character. Why is character important? "People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built" What a great quote thank you Mrs. Roosevelt.
Dr. Guy and KFC, the more comments/articles I read from you guys the more I appreciate your thoughts.