Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Undecided Voters

Who are these magical people ?Where do they live?Why havent I met any?
Have you seen any ?


Suz said...

They are out of my very closest friends who is a "die hard Democrat" is one of them. I never would have guessed she would waiver....
I am pretty sure she is going with the "other side" this year. She says she is undecided. But she just does care for anything Obama has to offer at all.

Monday through Sunday said...

they are hiding

Pilgrim said...

There's about 2o0 million of them living in Canada. We vote next Tuesday. LORD help us all.

Pat Jenkins said...

first off poo i am so glad you have started blogging again it is good to have you back!!!... what is that saying, you stand in the middle of the road you get ran over.... yep!!

WomanHonorThyself said...

hey frass!..didnt know u were still blogging..drop on by!! :)

dons_mind said...

dunno frassy - - it's like polls and survey's.... i don't know anyone who has ever been polled or surveyed on political topics...yet there are hundreds of polls released every day....where do they get these people?

MyKidsMom said...

I've been polled two times in the last two weeks; once for the Presidential campaign, once for my state. They must think I'm undecided;)

Really though, as much as the media mentions the undecided, it kind of makes the rest of us seem somehow unimportant. I'm wondering if some people say they are purely for the attention. Not all, just some:)

try2bAsunbeam said...

Under the rainbow??

Anonymous said...

Here's what I thought of the debate...while I thought alot of it was boring and some major issues that people want to hear were not covered...I was disappointed. But looking at the candidates themselves...I thought Obama did good in the beginning and McCain did better in the end when he got to talking about foreign policy...something he seems comfortable with, unlike Obama. The problem...we already heard the foreign policy debate in the first debate! Yeah, they talked about the healthcare thing...still, I am not impressed with either's plan.
I dunno...I'll still vote for McCain because I do think he's a good man and who means his word. And he will be good for our country. I have looked at his voting record and while I do not totally agree with him 100%, I do agree with him on many issues. Obama...I want him out...I do not want to see him as our next president...tho sadly, I think it will happen. I wish we would have a strong independent come out...I'd love to see a debate that includes the independents...but that will probably never the debate would probably last 4 hours too. So McCain it is for me...I think he cares about our nation like alot of us do here. I think that he wants to do right by americans, unlike Obama who seems to be using his 173 day senator status as just a stepping stone to get to the presidency. I think he has his own hidden agenda...I want no part of Obama at all.Will Conservatives Help Obama Win?
Die-hard conservatives are in a quandary over whether to support the lesser of two evils (McCain) or to sit back and watch Obama bag himself a RINO (Republican in Name Only).Conservatives that sit out the election, will only help Obama win. And that my friend is a shame.

Frasypoo said...

As long as they come over to the republican side...we are in good shape!
probably under that pot of gold under that rainbow!
so they the undecideds are all over,they probably are the first ones to complain with the govt they never voted for!
Mr P
So glad to be back in the saddle
Its great to be back
Polls and undecided people-its a magical land where they exist
Yeah,its like the regular republican is a"freak of nature"
Erics eyes,
Thanks for stopping by.I seriously have thought of campaigning for Cynthia McKinney(president,Green party)just so people (Democrat) would divert their vote there !

Anonymous said...

Come on you guys, don’t have a defeatist attitude the race is still too close to call and could very well come down to the very last weekend before voters decide if they like or distrust Barack Hussain Obama, or not.. A national pollster predicts he is only ahead by 5 points and thats nothing. . Obama has not closed the deal yet

jay stevens said...

Anyone who is "undecided" at this point has the mental capacity of a turnip.

On the other hand, "I changed my mind." is different from "I am undecided."

It's the difference between active and passive states of mind.