Okay... So you have Mitt Romney. He is against abortion, against gay marriage, want to improve ratings for the youth, ect. ect. BUT - He is for the rich, he wants to do away with the middle class so there are only rich people and poor people and he wants to force his beliefs on people. He also wants to raise the cost of college by adding more taxes. Then there is Obama. He is for abortion, for gay marriage, doesn't really concern him about ratings, ect. ect. BUT - He wants to improve the middle class, give lower and middle class tax breaks and tax the rich more and he is for equality. He, on the other hand, wants to make college more affordable. I am a Christian. I am also considered lower middle class. See the problem? Its like asking me to vote between the lesser of two evils. I honestly can't stand how they pick two candidates each time who have twisted morals. How do they expect people to choose between the cost living and their moral values? Am I the only one who thinks that voting is made this way so they can perilously target certain groups? I mean for someone like me, its impossible for me to vote. I am not going to split me beliefs, my moral values or my right to live without struggling to just get by. I guess this is more or less a rant but I am honestly tired of it and I've only been able to vote once and chose not to.