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“Some complain on Twitter about Obama.”

So began Alec Baldwin in a Tuesday Twitter rant about the 2012 presidential election, in which it’s safe to say he will not be voting for Mitt Romney.

Baldwin referred to Romney, President Obama’s likely opponent, as “a corporate puppet” whose election would mean a return to “lying thieves in the White House who make war under false pretenses in order to make $ for their friends.”

Alec asked, “You wanna go back? To Bush? Cheney? Paulson? Rumsfeld? Unfunded wars? Death of US soldiers and innocent civilians for oil?”

Baldwin criticized Mitt Romney‘s pro-business positions and said that the GOP will only “squander more US natural resources, revenue and perhaps lives.”

Though he allowed that “America is competitive” and “there are winners and losers every day,” he maintained that this alone doesn’t solve problems.

“The America I love believes that all deserve some modicum of care and security,” he said, ending his missive with a simple “Obama 2012.”

If the election were held today, for whom would you vote?