If you are asking yourself who should I vote for in the 2012 US Presidential election, you are not alone. A lot of people are unsure of who to vote for. My goal of this page is to give some unbiased information about how I go about determining who to vote for President or US Senator, or my state representatives.
First, a little bit about myself. I have never contributed to a political campaign, I am not in a Union, last year I voted for Barack Obama, which is the first time I remember voting for a Democrat. I typically vote Republican and I voted for Ross Perot.
I am writing this because I don't like the political commercials that in 30 seconds are suppose to convince someone that their candidate is the best. The best commercials are typically by the candidate with the most money, however, I am a firm believer that US citizens should be the only people who contribute to a campaign, not companies, and definately not anyone that is not a US citizen.
I don't prejudge someone by where they come from or the experiences they have had to this point. I do judge people by what they do and how they treat people. The fact that Barack Obama has only served the public and the fact that Mitt Romney has money does have bearing on the election. And it has bearing on how you see the issues of the election below.
And what do we do with the skeletons? Well, they are skeletons, everyone has them, the question is can you overlook them. The fidelity skeleton will kill any politician since as soon as it comes up, they are being untruthful. The flip-flop skeleton is something different, it depends on if they are consistent and then changed and didn't go back or if they continue to go back and forth depending on the mood or a poll.