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Would you vote for a Communist?

Suppose this person would have free reign to act as President without worrying about getting re-elected. Consider that Communism is the most genocidal form of government in the recorded history of mankind.

What if his only serious contender was a rotten status quo politician that would face re-election if elected.

Would you refuse to "vote for the lesser of two evils?" Or would you vote the first one out and then work on getting the second one voted out in due time?

Check the background, ties and training of each of the candidates and vote your conscience.

And, yes, normally I would say NO MORE EVIL, big or small! So I appreciate that sentiment too.

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Is he not a Trotskyite?


Here is the video that lists some of O's ties.


Grinding America Down

I'd say Romney is more than a

I'd say Romney is more than a "rotten status quo politician." He is down right scarey in his seeming desire to bomb Iran. Though we seem headed in that direction with Obama too, Obama is not as vocal about it as Romney. Please join those of us who are voting for Johnson. He won't win, but a bigger percentage vote will get across the message that WE DO NOT WANT THESE WARS! And we want something other than the republic/democratic party system has given us.

False Choice

The proper choice would be not to vote. When you vote, you sanction the outcome. This whole "lesser of two evils" argument is faulty.

What if the Communist were politically neutered . . . .

and the "non" Communist would actually accomplish more collectivism?

"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- Joseph Goebbels

That thought bugs me as well.

But then I remember all the weird stuff that points to martial law, kill lists, etc. Not sure that any rule of law could be expected under those conditions.

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What if you're wrong? What if

What if you're wrong? What if Obama is the lesser of two evils? After watching what happened to Ron Paul supporters during the primaries and caucuses, watching the nightmare unfold at the RNC, listening to Romney spew his hate on Iran, watching him kiss Israel's arse...I'm sorry I'm not convinced Obama is the worst of the two anymore! We have a third choice of Gary Johnson; I'll go with him :)

To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.
e.e. cummings

As much as Mitt flips, who knows.

A "Yes Man" could be just as bad as a committed bad guy.

But I feel like GJ is playing to the RP crowd without fully understanding the issues.


Gary Johnson is teachable. He does pay attention. A lot of his ideas came while he was governor. He is humble to admit that he's wrong.

I'd say he's definitely worth a look.