The Ethical Voting StanceSubmitted by OctoBox on Fri, 08/31/2012 - 18:34
A Free-Market Vote
---Does not seek to circumvent other choices (per individual vote)
---Seeks to circumvent the consumptive-choices of the "other side"
All Physical Wars (wars of metal, blood, resource theft)
---Seeks to circumvent the consumptive-choices of other side
---Seek to "convert" the consumptive-choices of the other side
---Does not use force of guns uses the power of words
Voting is (at first) an ideological war -- however, the down-line result of voting is to empower the politician to vote or write bills that circumvent the consumptive-choices of certain sectors of the society (directly and indirectly "inflationary effect")
Physical Wars (wars of metal, blood, resource theft) grow gov't and never result in smaller gov't. Increases budgets and spending and never decreases it -- according to all human history.
If Politicians vote for war (make the decision to go) then what does the ballot box vote do, if it puts the politician into place to make those decisions?
A war of ideology does not hurt anyone, but as soon as use-of-force enters into the equation two things occur: 1) An Abdication of Consumer-Rule via the POS (daily dollar vote) and 2) In 20 to 50 years there will be a war (of metal and blood) to follow.
The latter is true for all human history -- at least all American History.
So -- War of Ideology leads to War of the Ballot Box which leads to Physical Wars (of metal and blood and theft).
Voting is Abdication and the Pre-Cursor to War
Notice I DID NOT SAY "who you vote for" -- It does not matter!!!
By refusing to rule via the POS (point of sale) you eventually beget physical war.