(Original post by prepschoolcool)
I find myself agreeing with the Democrats stance on social issues/foreign policy, and the Republicans on most budget/spending/corporation issues.
I am pretty much the same as you here, just a few differences.
- If what Bismark said about Obama and Pakistan is correct, no way do I support democrats foreign policy in full. Personally I just want the whole war on terror to just be ignored and it WILL go away.
- I agree with republicans on not just SOME of their spending policy, compared to the democrats at least - but all of it. (Except war in Iraq, needless taxes imo.) I'm anti-nationalised health servise as well.
Basically when it come to reduced taxes, not as much spending, not regulating business too much, free trade etc etc I am firmly on the side of McCain.
However socially I am pro choice with abortion, any sexual acts between consenting adults, legalise drugs and prostitution etc etc which really goes against the moral policing that republicans seem to have a fetish for. Could maybe Bismark, or some other republican supporter try to convince me that supporting republicans whilst having my social stance wouldn't be so bad?
Another major issue not yet mentioned is that whilst I am generally opposed to regulation on business - I DO support environmental regulation. Something Obama is more likely to take seriously than McCain.