Brian D Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I of course am not silly enough to think my vote will decide the
> outcome, but by your own logic, it will not be enough to assist
> Harry either (I voted for Harry last time).
Your vote get either GW or HB elected, granted. So your vote is a statement.
A vote for GW or AG says you're one of many millions of drones who buys into
the Demoblican duopoloy. It confirms the media's widespread disregard of
Harry Browne and the Libertarian Party. It says, in short, that you're happy
with the status quo.
A vote for Harry Browne says that you're not one of the drones, you're not
happy with the duopoly, you're as mad as hell and you're not going to take
it anymore. It gives the Libertarian Party--and other "third" parties--
proof that they can present to the media that people want alternatives.
> I will vote against those who would curtail my rights, and as
> (minimally) effectively as I can.
Voting for GW to protect your 2nd Amendment rights *is* about as minimally
effective as you can get. :-)
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