Libertarian spoilage.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by dblack, Nov 9, 2012.

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Pick one

  1. I'm liked Johnson better, but I voted for Romney because I didn't want to waste my vote.

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    5.6%
  2. I'm liked Johnson better, but I voted for Obama because I didn't want to waste my vote.

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  3. I'm a libertarian. I voted for the Libertarian. Duh.

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    77.8%
  4. I'm not a libertarian. I don't matter.

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    11.1%
  1. dblack
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    Thought I'd run a poll on the decisions of voters who consider themselves libertarians.
     
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    Who is Johnson? lol
     
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    Where is the "I'm a Libertarian and I didn't vote for anyone" option.
     
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    You should click on 'd'.
     
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    I was just looking for relative measure of how many might have voted Libertarian if they hadn't fell for the lesser-of-two-evils thinking.
     
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    Ah. Gary was the best choice no doubt but he isn't a true Libertarian
     
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    Lesser-of-two-evils thinking is valid, as it gets you less evil. And less evil is better than more evil.

    I've seen a few Jill Stein supporters ranting at us from the left about the insufficient moral purity of the Democrats. You can spot them easily, given how every seventh word they use is "drones". Lord knows why they think anyone gives a crap, as most people are pleased that Al Qaeda is getting drone strikes up the yinyang.
     
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    American Citizens are being killed by them as well. Lesser of 3 evils is no better hence me not voting for Johsnson despite him being 100x better than Romney or Obama.
     
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    Third party. I can show you how to do it.
     
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    All the innocent people too, it would seem.
     

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