I already know who I'm voting for, but I feel like I haven't heard good arguments for either side as to why either one should win, other than - "lesser than the two evils". I want to hear your thoughts - respectfully. Debates are certainly welcomed as long as they can be respectful to both parties. And....Go!
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Gary Johnson is available in all 50 states on the Libertarian ticket and about as close to Ron Paul as you can get, still in the race. Obama is a real silver-tongued devil. Kill list, trashing Constitution, $16+ Trillion in debt.
lone77star - I would vote for a Libertarian in a minute if they had enough support to win. But, I've wasted my vote on third party before. It only it takes votes away from the lesser evil candidate. I wish it wasn't so. Johnson is getting no press.
Lesser evil? Hitler or Stalin? I'm sorry, I don't see voting for any evil as good. Wasted vote when you don't vote conscience, and vote for ego's sake (I voted for a winner). Please reconsider. Romney = Obama (see my answer).
''Obama is cool headed, bright, and strong-willed, all good characteristics for a leader. ''The Obama's
And yet if Americans stopped thinking that way, enough might vote for third party to make a difference. Lesser of 2 evils is still evil. Romney = Obama = Corporate Party.
Lone77star - You're right, but it won't happen. It can't. As long as the electoral college is around, it's a mute point anyway.