Poll: Most Dems Say No to Primarying President Obama
Let’s do our own informal Tumblr poll. I’ll post the results later.
Should someone from Obama’s left challenge him in the 2012 Democratic Primaries?
Hey guys, 58 responses thus far, not too shabby. I would love to have a better sample size of the Tumblr community before posting the results tomorrow. So I’m reblogging for those who may not have seen this earlier. Thanks!
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- elduderina answered: Don’t care either way. If we’re gonna continue with the two party bullshit, it will always be a giant douche vs. turd sammich scenario.
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- iamcarlita answered: no answer… but at least I now know what you look like ;) hehe…
- wwwanderlust answered: I think he should step aside and let Hillary run.
- insertcity answered: Yes… please! I plan on voting for a Democrat in 2012, and I don’t want to pick between a Republican and a pseudo-progressive, conservative.
- manofarms89 answered: I say no. It is true that he has been a disappointment for the left, but I also think that he can still have a productive second term.
- classyandshit answered: the more, the merrier.
- saitias answered: no!
- justinreadsthenews answered: Don’t challenge him
- infinitecircuit answered: challenge!
- cosmogarvin answered: Yes. But here in California, I might just switch over and vote Fred Karger in the GOP primary
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- newerslang answered: no.
- protoslacker answered: Yes Obama should face a challenger from the left in the primaries.
- ohheybill answered: Absolutely.
- absurdlakefront answered: Challenge and force him to address the principles of his party he has ignored.
- mightyflynn answered: Don’t challenge.
- young-broke-gorgeous answered: apparently i am part of the 9%.
- justmaebee answered: no, do not challenge!
- bobbycaputo answered: no
- rivlarwriter answered: Yes, I want someone from the Democratic party to challenge Obama!
- ifbirdsflyover answered: I’m going to say no, because splitting votes is tactical suicide, and there’s too much to lose (see: all national sanity)
- theycallmemrsharp answered: Do Not Challenge
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- rickycamilleri answered: Yes, challenge Obama.
- con-tem-plate answered: no
- sarahlee310 answered: NO to a primary. That would be handing the keys to the White House and the next SCOTUS nomination to a Republican
- leftofsound answered: No, the refuglicans are already involved in a clusterf*ck, it would be unwise for dems to throw away the home-court advantage
- climateadaptation answered: Nope. Dude’s been straight forward the whole time.
- tlexx answered: It is really unfortunate that he is in this situation. No democratic challengers, we are one party, we should back our President.
- leeannas answered: No. Do not challenge.
- proper-superhero-shit answered: no
- fancyadance answered: No!
- thiswayforadventure answered: No.
- surgeandcandycigarettes answered: challenge obama
- notnadia answered: NO. Democratic Party is not strong enough to withstand an incumbent challenger, no matter how well intentioned. It will not end well.
- mkhjr answered: No, they should not challenge. There is no better candidate from the democratic party
- sanityscraps answered: I have no real qualms with Obama, but if a better candidate were to step forward, I’d be open to them, too. So I guess I don’t know.
- rationalcapitalistspeculator answered: Yes. His handling of the economy has not been acceptable.
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- halfcentonline answered: Why not, give him hell - let’s see if he can fight…hasn’t proven it so far.
- kbaum answered: No