reply to post by broli
Unfortunately, not voting will not slay the dragon.
In the US if you don't vote, you are basically saying, I like the status quo, things the way they are is fine with me. It is not a statement, it is
lazy and tells the government to do whatever the he__ it wants to us.
Voting says: I want ____ for myself and for my country.
My sister is voting Obama because she is a hypochondriac and now has to pay out the nose for health care and she wants Obama care. What she doesn't
realize is that socialized medicine means that in a very few years, she will only get palliative care for her illnesses, and not curative care. Of
course, in her case, a shaved aspirin would probably work.
I am voting for Romney who is closer to being the constitutionalist/libertarian than Obama. I am a libertarian but know that a vote for the
libertarian candidate is a vote for Obama at this stage in the game. Once we get a candidate that is a strict constitutionalist or libertarian that
has enough support to have a chance at winning, that person will get my vote.
I will keep voting for the person that is closest to being a strict constitutionalist/libertarian for as long as I can crawl to the polls to try and