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  • Isn't voting for anyone that loses technically a total waste of your time?
  • Rather than vote third party, just go home, sit in your bathtub, and piss into your own face.
  • Johnson, not really a Libertarian. Goode, bit too fundy. Green Party: ah, no.

    Roseanne.... I can hear her laugh now...

    /'choice' is an illusion anyway.
  • I guess I get to repost this here.

    Dear Third-party voters,

    Were you happy when Bush Jr. was re-elected? No? THEN F*CKING VOTE FOR ONE OF THE TWO PARTIES THAT HAS AN ACTUAL CHANCE OF WINNING. You're not "voting your concience", you're not "making a statement", you're making it easier for the shiattier candidates to win. "But, our two-party system has created two camps of extremists!" you cry. Well, you're f*cking wrong. A two-party system means more moderates and less extremists. It's f*cking science, biatches.

    So please, when you vote today, pick the Democrat or the Republican candidate that you most agree with, because third-parties are just f*cking things up.

    Sincerely,
    Harbinger of the Doomed Rat
  • so the Daily Beast includes the prohibition party and not the Greens?

    fark you, daily beast.
  • Jack Failure and the Prohibitionists?

    Didn't they have a one-off novelty record back in the fifties? 

    A socialist named Peta? OK, now I know they are just making these names up.

    This is what happens when the Daily Beast Editors fail to keep the office booze cabinet locked up properly near an election.
  • Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: I guess I get to repost this here.

    Dear Third-party voters,

    Were you happy when Bush Jr. was re-elected? No? THEN F*CKING VOTE FOR ONE OF THE TWO PARTIES THAT HAS AN ACTUAL CHANCE OF WINNING. You're not "voting your concience", you're not "making a statement", you're making it easier for the shiattier candidates to win. "But, our two-party system has created two camps of extremists!" you cry. Well, you're f*cking wrong. A two-party system means more moderates and less extremists. It's f*cking science, biatches.

    So please, when you vote today, pick the Democrat or the Republican candidate that you most agree with, because third-parties are just f*cking things up.

    Sincerely,
    Harbinger of the Doomed Rat


    10/10 Good job sir. That's some quality derp right there.
  • published May 17, 2012. Hey Subby, why are you so scared about people learning about Jill Stein
  • May 17, 2012?

    Wow, seems like yesterday.

    But it wasn't.
  • As opposed to picking between Romney and Obama with a coin toss because they both suck?
  • Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: I guess I get to repost this here.

    Dear Third-party voters,

    Were you happy when Bush Jr. was re-elected? No? THEN F*CKING VOTE FOR ONE OF THE TWO PARTIES THAT HAS AN ACTUAL CHANCE OF WINNING. You're not "voting your concience", you're not "making a statement", you're making it easier for the shiattier candidates to win. "But, our two-party system has created two camps of extremists!" you cry. Well, you're f*cking wrong. A two-party system means more moderates and less extremists. It's f*cking science, biatches.


    the republican party isn't one of extremists? this is news to me.
  • I've been thinking I'm going to vote for Johnson. Let's face it, Obama has California sewn up no matter what I do, and at least I can help a somewhat more sane right-wing party break the magic 5%.

    Of course, every time I talk with one of Johnson's supporters on Fark, I decide against this plan, but we'll just see if I can make it through the day without some psycho Randroid or third-party fundamentalist pissing me off.
  • dumbobruni: so the Daily Beast includes the prohibition party and not the Greens?

    fark you, daily beast.


    Pssst. Check number 3 again.
  • Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: I guess I get to repost this here.

    Dear Third-party voters,

    Were you happy when Bush Jr. was re-elected? No? THEN F*CKING VOTE FOR ONE OF THE TWO PARTIES THAT HAS AN ACTUAL CHANCE OF WINNING. You're not "voting your concience", you're not "making a statement", you're making it easier for the shiattier candidates to win. "But, our two-party system has created two camps of extremists!" you cry. Well, you're f*cking wrong. A two-party system means more moderates and less extremists. It's f*cking science, biatches.

    So please, when you vote today, pick the Democrat or the Republican candidate that you most agree with, because third-parties are just f*cking things up.

    Sincerely,
    Harbinger of the Doomed Rat


    Yeah, when will you idiots realise, you don't get to vote for who you like, you have to vote against who you hate the most!

    You get to influence the country with your 1/200000000th of a say, and people will discourage you from even using that in a way you want? Depressing.
  • Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: Were you happy when Bush Jr. was re-elected? No?


    Isn't your position predicated on the fallacy that the two majority candidates are something other than equally bad?
  • HeartBurnKid: I've been thinking I'm going to vote for Johnson. Let's face it, Obama has California sewn up no matter what I do, and at least I can help a somewhat more sane right-wing party break the magic 5%.

    Of course, every time I talk with one of Johnson's supporters on Fark, I decide against this plan, but we'll just see if I can make it through the day without some psycho Randroid or third-party fundamentalist pissing me off.


    Vote Jill Stein. If you were going to vote for Obama you probably align more with her views than Johnson.
  • Libertarian all the way.
  • quatchi: dumbobruni: so the Daily Beast includes the prohibition party and not the Greens?

    fark you, daily beast.

    Pssst. Check number 3 again.


    Roseanne Barr is still running despite not getting the Green party nomination.

    Jill Stein? Nope, not there.
  • Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: I guess I get to repost this here.

    Dear Third-party voters,

    Were you happy when Bush Jr. was re-elected? No? THEN F*CKING VOTE FOR ONE OF THE TWO PARTIES THAT HAS AN ACTUAL CHANCE OF WINNING. You're not "voting your concience", you're not "making a statement", you're making it easier for the shiattier candidates to win. "But, our two-party system has created two camps of extremists!" you cry. Well, you're f*cking wrong. A two-party system means more moderates and less extremists. It's f*cking science, biatches.

    So please, when you vote today, pick the Democrat or the Republican candidate that you most agree with, because third-parties are just f*cking things up.

    Sincerely,
    Harbinger of the Doomed Rat


    Yes, but you see, some of us don't like either of them because they don't work for us at all. They work for enormous corporate interests, and they allow, demand, encourage the NSA to record all of our calls to protect us from the terrorists who are basically just a bunch of guys with AK-74s and delusions of adequacy.
    Better an inept enemy than a capable "friend" with aspirations of Total Information Awareness. Most of the evil ever done to people has been done to them by their benefactors.
  • This guy was on the ballot in my state when I went to vote this morning:

    http://www.jeffbossforpresident.org/

    Listed party affiliation was "NSA did 911"
  • Carth: HeartBurnKid: I've been thinking I'm going to vote for Johnson. Let's face it, Obama has California sewn up no matter what I do, and at least I can help a somewhat more sane right-wing party break the magic 5%.

    Of course, every time I talk with one of Johnson's supporters on Fark, I decide against this plan, but we'll just see if I can make it through the day without some psycho Randroid or third-party fundamentalist pissing me off.

    Vote Jill Stein. If you were going to vote for Obama you probably align more with her views than Johnson.


    I like Stein, but I basically want to pick whatever third party is closest to 5% and try to give them that bump. Right now, that looks like Johnson.
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  • HeartBurnKid: Carth: HeartBurnKid: I've been thinking I'm going to vote for Johnson. Let's face it, Obama has California sewn up no matter what I do, and at least I can help a somewhat more sane right-wing party break the magic 5%.

    Of course, every time I talk with one of Johnson's supporters on Fark, I decide against this plan, but we'll just see if I can make it through the day without some psycho Randroid or third-party fundamentalist pissing me off.

    Vote Jill Stein. If you were going to vote for Obama you probably align more with her views than Johnson.

    I like Stein, but I basically want to pick whatever third party is closest to 5% and try to give them that bump. Right now, that looks like Johnson.


    Plus, an ascendant Libertarian party would act as a spoiler for, and ultimately displace, the Republican party. And that, I like.
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