> > It is contrary to the goals of the voting process to suggest
> > that one should deliberately lie about one's preference. What
> > is the benefit of voting for a winner? Do I win something?
> > Money? Bragging rights? No, I win a shitty government.
> You just don't appreciate shitty government. There are truly evil
> governments, that make our shitty government look good in comparison.
You mean governments that do truly evil things like jailing over a
million people who have never harmed any person or property, looking
the other way when they are raped and beaten, permanently destroying
any hope they might have for a life after release? Oh, wait, that's
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