A: Are you going to vote?
B: Yes, but not for the person you're voting for.
A: Why not?
B: I don't like him.
A: What's wrong with him?
B: He's not too smart.
A: That's not true.
B: I don't agree with his policies, either.
A: I think he is a great candidate.
B: I don't think so.
A: I think you should rethink your opinion about him.
B: I have the right to my own opinion.
A: Will you be voting?
B: I won't be voting for the same person as you.
B: I really don't like your candidate.
A: What's your problem with him?
B: I don't find him very smart.
A: He is smart.
B: I also don't agree with his policies.
A: He's a fabulous candidate.
B: That's just your opinion.
A: You shouldn't think poorly of him.
B: I'm entitled to my opinion.
A: You're voting, right?
B: Yes, I am, but I'm not voting for who you're voting for.
A: Why is that?
B: I don't like that candidate.
A: Why don't you like him?
B: I do not find him to be very intelligent.
A: He is very smart.
B: He's not smart, and I don't agree with any of his policies.
A: I think he's the best candidate.
B: But I don't see what you see.
A: You really shouldn't speak so negatively about him.
B: I have my own opinion.
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