This is a stupid argument. My vote represents me and what I believe. A vote for "other" is not a vote for Obama, no matter what people say.
Maybe, but there much better ones.
My vote represents me and what I believe.
Which is letting Obama win.
A vote for "other" is not a vote for Obama, no matter what people say.
Here's a better argument:
It's not a vote against him either...no matter what you say.
It is in the sense that it will not help remove Obama from office. This race is clearly between Romney and Obama. There is no chance that anyone will even come close to winning the election so casting your vote for another candidate is like voting for Obama in that it will not remove him from office. He is depending on people like yourself not to vote for Romney.
If a non-vote for Romney is a vote for Obama, then my non-vote for Obama must be a vote for Romney. With those cancelling each other out, I'm left to conclude that my non-vote is a non-vote.
I didn't even have to consider religion before deciding to leave the Presidential line blank (or vote for third-party candidate). I'm not voting for either liberal with their big-government solutions to problems. Because of their political records, I wouldn't vote for either man even if he made a sincere acceptance of Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.