A fashion look from November 2012

46 comments

minnie888
Wrote one year ago
@natashaforever21, my pleasure! The clothes you wear are the statement you make, or one of them. I wouldn't say fahsion and politics are one and the same or anything, but they're definitely connected. Like, for instance, look at the above set that started it all!

natashaforever21
Wrote one year ago
@atthy We have recently taken our agument else where so please mide your own besiness.
Also we are not aguring any more. And @minnie888 can you tell me how fashion and politics are linked?

minnie888
Wrote one year ago
Like, 5 days ago! So, if anyone is "a few days late", it's you @atthy!

minnie888
Wrote one year ago
Anyway, we agreed to agree to disagree!

minnie888
Wrote one year ago
@atthy, have you even read any of our latest posts? Well, I guess you can't now because I deleted mine. But, fashion an politics are linked. @natashaforever21, atthy is my BFF, pay her no heed.

natashaforever21
Wrote one year ago
@minnie888... I'm so very sorry. I speack my opinian to much, and for this i'am sorry. I just can't belive the stupidedy of some people. P.S As you can see I have deleted all my comments I'am sorry no scratch that I'm not sorry I'm just sad. Yes I'm sad. I will not from this day on talk to you. But I will never and you can never make me like Obama.

trickster-kat
Wrote one year ago
Fantastic SET!!! This is my favorite "voting" set AND there's a great little "message" here, too. Good for you!

minnie888
Wrote one year ago
Also, Obama is not a Muslim. And I would vote for him even if he were.

minnie888
Wrote one year ago
Romney stood for the 1% of rich people in the U.S. and Obama stood for the rest-the middle class. Sure, he wanted to create jobs, but what about how he does not care at all about the environment? Haven't you ever heard of climate change? No, well, then I suggest you google it or ask someone smarter than you (won't be hard to find) to fill you in, if you don't know or voted Romney. I'm not saying that it's wrong per say to give the most powerful nation on earth a leader who does not care one way or another about the wellfare of the world (environmentally), but please take that into account before you cast your ballot.

chances-taken-hope-embraced
Wrote one year ago
I love how people who aren't even from here are glad that Obama won! If it wasn't for Obama, some of my friends would still be walking around with fear of being deported, and I would not have health insurance. I would not be able to get the psychological treatment that I so desperately need. Obviously, I voted for Obama, and I would like to thank those of you who voted for Obama as well. <3

sofastudios
Wrote one year ago
Everyone where I am (England) is so relieved Obama won! <3

gughica
Wrote one year ago
The best polyvore campaign))))!!!

genesis41102
Wrote one year ago
obama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

fennec
Wrote one year ago
good idea with stars :D

osnapitssalma
Wrote one year ago
OBAMMMMMMMA FOREVER!!!!

coral-sequence
Wrote one year ago
I can't vote for five more years, but if I could I'd vote Romney :)!

sweet-candies
Wrote one year ago
DUH! OBAMA

cerberus
Wrote one year ago
Obama!

mercedesrenee
Wrote one year ago
Gary Johnson!
 
because i am voting against the 2-part system of democrat vs. republican.
people need to realize that there are more than two candidates on the ballot.
but the media ignores that of course!
 
i believe that we should have a greater freedom and variety of choices in people. especially because i do not believe that obama or romney would be a decent choice for president!

brittsdebomb
Wrote one year ago
Romney. Why? Obama has sunk the United States of America into a big pool of debt. Has he created more jobs? Absolutely. Do I think Romney could do better in education, funding, and plenty more jobs. Yes. I know many are pro-Obama but think about America. Not your personal beliefs, not your personal money situation, but what Romney can do to improve America. ♥
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