son of witless wrote:
I remain unconvinced. If you were truly what you p... (
Yeah, color me surprised, you doubt, I am truly heartbroken. Sarcasm aside, I really don't care that you don't believe. Can you give me a reason why I should concern myself with what a right wing nut job thinks?
As for the Democrats... Tell me, what have they done in the last month that has harmed anybody? They draft bills that go no further than the senate floor and a dead stop. To be totally honest, I haven't even bothered reading one of their recent bills since they will never see the light of day under current circumstances. As for the current presidential candidates, until we see who gets the nod from DNC, I really don't feel like doing any research into that many candidates, if any of them had any idea that I could stand behind and they weren't given the nod from the DNC, I would be heartbroken.
I have of course made it perfectly clear that I won't be voting for Trump haven't I? As I don't find it likely that any other Republican will get the nod from the GOP, we can assume that it will be Trump versus DNC chosen candidate and since it won't be Trump getting my vote and there will only be no other option (Libertarians, Independents and non-party affiliated candidates stand no chance to win), that leaves me voting Democratic this next election. Any vote for anyone other than a Democrat this next election is essentially a vote for Trump.
As for being polite... Considering all the times I have seen you going off on those you disagree with, I should give you consideration why?
As for centrists political views, each one has their own, I have favored some policies of some Republicans, Democrats and some that weren't at the time party affiliated. It seems you have no idea what being a centrist is. There is no such party as "centrist". No party line to follow. Each "centrist" is their own person, they each have their own preferences, they each will decide what platforms from which party/candidate they identify with on an individual basis and they will decide what candidate from what party they align with best on an individual basis. Centrists aren't likely nor do I really think they ever vote a straight party line ticket normally as they consider each candidate for each position on their own merits and that pretty much eliminates the option of voting a straight ticket.
I wouldn't think anyone would have nearly the trouble understanding what a centrist is but damn... you have proved me wrong. Your IQ must be astonishingly low. To most people, understanding what a centrist is, is quite easy to grasp, for you, a herculean task trying to get you even to understand what one is much less convince you whether I am one or not, not that I should really care what you think and I don't really...
Since I don't really care what you think and am getting tired of trying to help you to understand what a centrist even is... Perhaps you can ask someone else to explain it to you, I can't dumb it down any more than I already have.