What can one say, they should have backed Ron Paul if they wanted to win.
It boggles my mind how this "a vote for X is a vote for Y" crap is even considered as something resembling a legitimate argument. It's plain and simple propaganda, right up there with "When you ride alone, you ride with Hitler." And this, like all propaganda, is explicitly meant to get you to think how the govt wants you to think. And it's sad how well it is working.
I'm going to vote for freedom and liberty, so I'm going to vote Libertarian. If Romney wants my vote, he can hop on board with those ideas (though I probably would not trust him at this point even if he said he was), and that's just the way it is. If these people are okay with setting aside values, they should have done that themselves during the primary when it was so blatantly clear that there was no excitement for Romney and so evident that Paul had a real following. That was the time for them to give up on their guy and get behind ours for a real shot at winning.
Election Prediction; Obama creams Romney worse that McCain.
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