Vote for GJ anyway. while far from perfect, he is sufficiently closer to us compared to the GOP mainstream, so that post-election-loss analyses by Karl Rowe cannot help but notice that moving in our direction would, at least, have gained your vote.
Compared to not voting, and leaving Karl & Co. confused as to whether you abstained because you want Romney to be more like Cheney (if that's possible), voting for GJ is an improvement. And it's not like he's gonna win anyway, so his foreign policy isn't exactly going to matter in practice.
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