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listen up. the only way to make a statement to the neoconservatives and banksters is to vote for a 3rd party candidate.

the only way to protest this 2 (1) party system is to cast a vote for a 3rd party candidate. it DOES NOT MATTER which candidate and it does not matter if you agree with him/her. the only thing that matters is that the neoconservatives see that millions of people figured out the charade and voted for someone else. PLEASE go to the polls and vote for ANY 3rd party candidate on your ballot. avoid write in's b/c it is likely they won't be counted. EVEN if the voting machines are rigged to change your vote to McBama, the man behind the curtain will still get the real results and know that his game is up.

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We may not be able to vote

We may not be able to vote for the candidate of our choice -- but by not voting for either Obama or McCain and voting for a 3rd party...our voice will be heard! This is the only way to begin to make a difference. Because this race is supposedly close between Obama and McCain our not voting for either one of them will influence the outcome of the election.

We have grown to the point that both parties know they need our votes to win -- we must not allow this to happen. DO NOT Vote for the lesser of two evils -- it will only feed the fire. They both know they have gotten away with this in the past. Well, the buck must stop here! Both parties need to know we refuse to endorse or vote for a party candidate who does not follow our message of freedom and following the constitution.



I agree.


I wouldn't go quite that far....

..but if you think voting ill help, may I recommend...?

Just my idea of a coordinated optimal impact.

If you live in Oklahoma, you have no choice. Write-in Ron Paul.

If you live in Montana or Louisiana, rejoice! You get to vote for Ron Paul!

If you live in New Hampshire, please vote for George Phillies (the other Libertarian).

If you live in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, or West Virginia, vote for Chuck Baldwin.

If you live in Arizona, California, The Dakotas, The District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin, or Wyoming, you have my condolences. You’ll need to vote for Cynthia McKinney.

If you live in Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, or Texas, you have my deepest condolences. You’re stuck with Ralph Nader. Sorry.

If you can’t stomach my recommendations, then, if your State permits, I guess you should write in Ron Paul.

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i think voting is crucial

i think voting is crucial (and so does RP based on yesterday's presser). yes a coordinated effort would be good but in this election it is not a necessity. the main goal this year is to send a message to the establishment that we won't play their game anymore.

What about the millions of

What about the millions of people who don't vote.

That sends a message, too.

Personally, I find that my right to vote is nearly worthless. Better to make use of your first amendment rights (and others). At least you know that someone, somewhere will actually hear you.

NO the media will spin the

NO the media will spin the "non-voting" as the apathy of loser americans who don't recognize the value of voting. (i am not saying this i am just telling you how the MSM will spin it). you must make your voice heard in protest of McBama.

yes your right to vote is worthless in the sense that McBama will win this election no matter who you vote for. the impact of you voting for a 3rd party candidate this election is the fact that it will change all future elections into a whole new ballgame. staying home and not voting is a terrible idea and just happens to be something that RP recommends against. did you not get the point of the press conference yesterday?

I agree,

I always shudder when people say they don't vote for this reason, or that because when no one votes anymore they will start appointing presidents. The system we have may not be fair, but it's still possible to do something about that. Once they start appointing presidents there will be no going back.

"The federal government has no right to treat all Americans as criminals by spying on their relationship with their doctors, employers, or bankers." -Ron Paul

Another term for preventive war is aggressive war- starting wars because someday somebody might do something to us. That is not part of the American tradition.
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I totally agree!!