OT - Gas to hit 4.00 - Vote for Ron Paul - dropping out?

Matthew Walker mwalker at kydance.net
Wed Jun 18 14:29:16 MDT 2008

On Wed, June 18, 2008 2:18 pm, Steven Alligood wrote:
> The only way to fix the current system is from within.  If you vote for
> someone who has no chance of winning, you are doing nothing to make this
> a better country; you're just complaining, but unwilling to help.
> If you vote for someone who has no chance of winning, you have no right
> to complain about the winner, because you did not take the opportunity
> given you to effect the outcome.
> The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do
> nothing.  Voting for someone that you KNOW cannot win is doing
> absolutely nothing about where this country is going.

I ask then... If I can't vote for either candidate that 'can win', what am I supposed to
do? And don't say that I should vote for one of them anyway. There is no lesser of two
evils here. They are both absolutely abysmal choices, and I will /NOT/ vote for either
one of them.

Should I not vote at all? I don't think so. So what do I do? Complain loudly? Grab a
torch and pitchfork?

No, I think I should do my patriotic duty, and vote for who I believe will do the best
thing for this country.

Matthew Walker
Kydance Hosting & Consulting
LAMP & MU* Specialist

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