Skip to comments.Last ditch appeal to Libertarians and Constitution voters:
Posted on 11/01/2004 6:34:54 AM PST by Agitate
Is your protest vote worth 4 years of John Kerry? Are you willing to risk appeasing terrorists, sellout to the UN and the EU, more taxes, less for the military, homosexual marriage and activist judges who will be there long after the president is gone, your for vote today? Sometimes you have to lose a battle to win the final war. Is a vote for a candidate who will not win worth 4 years of Kerrys extreme liberalism? I hope not.
Sometimes you have to lose a battle to win the final war. Is a vote for a candidate who will not win worth 4 years of Kerrys extreme liberalism? I hope not.
BEAUTIFUL advice, meek! we need to vote EARLY, so the exit polling/numbers will demoralize, and surpress the rat turnout!!!
NO IT IS NOT...It is a vote for whoever they vote for...
Further and statistically speaking it represents only a half of a vote for the other side, assuming it is a vote for the other side at all.
If the vote is tied and and a voter defects to the libertarian party...then the tie is broken by only 1 vote.
If the voter indeed 'votes for the other side', then the tie is broken by 2.
200 - 200 --> 200 - 199 = delta 1
200 - 200 --> 201 - 199 = delta 2
Its all semantic nonsense...a vote for a third candidate is not a vote for the otherside...its a vote for a third candidate
I hear that they are expecting cold weather and snow (??) in
Wisconsin and Michigan. The 'RATS should stay at home by
their warm fireplaces tomorrow. :^D
I voted for Browne in 2000 and 1996, Andre Marrou in 1992, and Mike Dukakis in 1988.
Tomorrow, I will proudly punch my ballot for George W. Bush.
The Supreme Court, our security, and our economic future are too important to entrust to "None of the Above", which is a default vote for Kerry.
Bush has flaws, but this is not the time to obsess about them. The alternative is far worse.
Some of us will remember......
Moot point. Republican house and republican senate means even if Kerry gets elected any "universal" healthcare proposal will fail, and badly at that.
Unless the newly-constituted Supreme Court rules that there is a constitutional "right" to health care.
Ok, I'll bite.
Here's why I will not vote for Bush.
1. Federal government now involved with marriage counseling and distribution of tax dollars to so-called "faith based" organizations, ie, churches, mosques, synagogues, etc.
2. Horrific deficit spending, fiscal irresponsibility.
3. Corporate welfare. Halliburton is, I believe, just a drop in the bucket.
4. A war in a foreign county which, apparently, is now justified by the idea that we must impose our values on a foreign people. (PS: I did support the Afghanistan action.)
5. A belief that the American people need government big-brother protection more than they need the Bill of Rights and other constitutional guarantees. (We, the people, are not wimps.)
6. Will Kerry be good for our country? No. But the above is a liberal agenda, not a conservative agenda. So my last reason for not voting for Bush is this: the Republican Party needs to clean up its act and reexamine its commitment to small government, and allegience to the Consitution and the principles on which our country is based.
Moral-liberals will do what they think is best in electing moral-liberal Democrats, while those border-wedgies will see that Ralph Nader and his Socialist Worker's Party cohort best address their big concerns of 'border-tongue-kulture.'
And sorry for the non PC reference to your sex. Liberals are all about that, I guess you liberal Republicans just can't help yourselves.
BTW, I don't need some goofy Republicrat telling me how to vote.
I was voting for guys like Bush probably before you were born. And I'm voting for Bush. But I might puke after I do.
EMERGENCY is right!!!
Please, God help us. And let's do everything we can.
I prefer smaller, less intrusive government. I prefer fiscal responsibility. I prefer a government whose members have actually read the Constitution and abide by it. Things that I'm not going to get regardles of who wins the election.
You want me to vote for Bush by trying to make the case that he is the lesser of two evils. Well, the lesser of two evils is still evil, isn't it? So sorry, but I'll be voting my conscience tomorrow. But for what it's worth Bush should still carry my state by 20 points.
Another genius who thinks he/she can persuade others to agree with HIM/HER by insulting them.
Good point. Let's just get through this one, and then go from there. I know that's not a real good answer. Maybe under different circumstances I'd say something different.
Actually why vote for the lesser of two evils
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