The informed guy who is voting against my candidate.
The single issue voter.
The uninformed guy who is voting against my candidate.
The guy who doesn't vote.
I completely agree with the Libertarian parties position on legalizing drugs BTW. They would be MUCH smarter if they simple adopted a position that states should have the right to decide. On MOST financial issues and on levels of government involvement most people have libertarian leans.
"3rd Party" =/= "Libertarian". I'm still a conservative so any 3rd party I support must have conservative values, and legalizing hard drugs isn't it. I'll flex and bend on a lot of things, but there's a limit. Have your pre-viability abortion, have your SSM, take "under God" out of the pledge, but eliminating prescriptions is a horrible idea.
Last edited by Jerry; 10-24-12 at 05:55 PM.
Third Party candidates emerge in every election. Due to the neglect by mainstream media, and bullying by corporate special interest groups they cannot be heard. The money that flows into the 2 party system is ridiculous and 3rd party candidates cannot even compete with the millions upon millions in the other two parties.
There are plenty of qualified candidates that run in other political parties. Until we get control over campaign finances, and put a cap on any corporate donations...they will never be heard.
It is up to you to educate yourself on these people and listen to their views. Be a responsible American and do your research on ALL candidates for the highest office instead of just the two presented to you.
P.S. If you choose to not educate yourself then please abstain from voting.
PPS. Seriously, don't vote if you won't look at all candidates.
Libertarian and Atheist...wow I'm a hated man.
There is no excuse for not voting unless you are in a coma.