Nurses, how are you going to vote? 2012 US Presidential Election - Page 4Register Today!
- Nov 5, '12 by CT PixieQuote from jhanesWhile you may think polls are dominate by loyal Union people who may not even be nurses at all.. I am 100% positive I do NOT work for a Unionized facility (nor am I pro or con Union), I am 100% I am a nurse and I have a license issued to me by the State of Connecticut that says it.The polling and comments on Allnurses.com are dominated by loyal Union people, maybe not even nurses at all, so there is no way to know if those of us responding to this very unscientific pole are representative of nurses in general, or of the Union Social Media Specialists. In any case, two of two is a barely a trend & hardly a rule. I believe Mr. Romney will be our next President because ordinary Americans are simply creeped-out by the Obama Administration's extreme leftist policies and also because they know him better this time around.
As an aside, in 18 of the last 19 election cycles, when the Washington Redskins lost, the incumbent also lost, and vice-versa. The Redskins were highly favored Sunday, but lost to the Carolina Panthers 21-13 at Home. The only pole that counts is the one ending tomorrow night.
- Nov 5, '12 by Ineedhelp#Obama/Biden for 4 more years!!!!
- Nov 5, '12 by mariebaileyObama/Biden 2012!
- Nov 5, '12 by NurseTifferAlready voted Romney/Ryan
- Nov 5, '12 by withasmilelpnObama
- Nov 5, '12 by Medicine_WomanAlready voted for Romney/Ryan.
- Nov 5, '12 by PolaBarI voted for Jill Stein. I care more about the earth than the country. That and I live in a state that will most likely vote for Obama. I would not vote for R/R because I think the rich get enough handouts already. Plus, he just seems like such a jerk in every video. I read that he pinned a kid down and cut off his hair in college. The dog strapped to the roof of his car thing. Seriously, what kind of person does that?
- Nov 5, '12 by anotheroneQuote from hiddencatRNI always thought that was a lame and not logical opinion. I dint vote him/ her in, I have more right to complain. lol.If you don't vote you have no right to complain? Electoral politics are a narrow, closed field. Not everyone is willing to vote for a lesser evil that doesn't come close to representing their views, thereby giving the illusion of approval for things they don't approve of. There are plenty of ways to be involved in politics and having a voice and voting is probably the least effective on an individual level.
- Nov 5, '12 by ktwlpnI LIKE the results of that poll
- Nov 5, '12 by PsychcnsObama/ Biden