posted on Nov, 2 2008 @ 09:26 AM
This is exactly how it will happen on the 4th. All of the third party and Ron Paul voters will vote for a third party candidate, but they won't all
choose the same one.
Look at the results. Excluding the Socialists, third party candidates got 30% of the vote combined. But individually, none of them got over 11%.
Do you realize how much it would affect the election if all of that 30% voted for ONE third party candidate, as opposed to four of them? Why split up
our votes and accomplish nothing when we could all pile on one candidate and accomplish something?
Maybe Nader isn't the greatest thing ever, but he's better than Obama and McCain.
As much as I'd like to write in Ron Paul, it doesn't help anything. If we all voted for one candidate instead of four, it would change things. A
third party candidate getting 100% of our vote instead of 25% of it would change things.
There's a good reason all of us chose a third party, whether it be from the beginning or it be because Ron Paul dropped out of the race. No matter
what your individual reason, what motivated you was the corruption of the status quo. That alone makes any third party candidate better than what