I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…
Yes, You Do Have an Obligation to Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils. Here’s Why.:
(Julia Maskivker) Do we have a duty to vote for the lesser evil when election choices are equally unappealing? Alternatively, do we act rightly if we vote for a third-party candidate whom we prefer on principled grounds even if he or she stands no chance of winning?
Many people are seriously pondering these questions. Some voters believe that casting a ballot for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton — the likely nominees of the major parties — would compromise their moral principles in support of freedom of enterprise and greater tolerance. Many Republican voters are gravitating toward the Libertarian Party candidate, Gary Johnson, who appears to embody their political views more faithfully, yet stands no realistic chance of becoming president. In turn, some progressive Democrats are looking at the Green Party’s presidential candidate, Jill Stein, who similarly has no realistic chance of winning.
My Commentary: Ha! Media’s getting real desperate to manufacture America’s consent for another four years of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and an ever-expanding police state, within a country-sized prison.
Sooo…. I’ll ask again: which professionally-lying, war-hawking scumbag do you think best represents your interests as a completely delusional voting slob?
Why You Got to Stop Voting:
Vacate The Vote, and Vote for Nobody! Far from being “political inaction,” “a dereliction of public duty,” or “failure to politically speak,” it is the opposite of all such claims, and stands out, historically, as one of the most real, effective and non-violent means to place a solid vote of “No Confidence” against all candidates at any given election! Withdraw Consent!
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