Originally Posted by Rohirrim
Your argument doesn't hold up. The only way to vote for change is to continue to vote in the Democrats or Republicans? I don't think so. We've been doing that for forty years and they both just keep getting more corrupt. You can vote for whoever you want, but when they are elected, whoever they are, Goldman Sachs, Citibank, GE, the military industrial complex, etc. will be sitting right there in the oval office, waiting for whichever candidate of the two parties you elected to come in and do what they say. In those conditions, your vote is a farce.
Not what I'm saying at all. I'm saying the first step to voting for change is maintaining the right for everyone
Edit: And believe you me. If the blatant attempts to deny liberty had not been made, you and i would be having a much different conversation right now. My wife and I, who were both Obama supporters, had seriously discussed voting for Jill Stein as recently as May.