Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The Republican Party Deserves To Whither Away

Wherein the lesser evil is the greater one- a Ron Paul supporter experiences the evils of the Republican Party:

Friends, if Obama wins, do not blame the Ron Paul supporters, who want sound money, less government, only Constitutional wars, and who therefore will not vote for Romney. Do not say that when we vote for neither one we are voting for Obama when we have spent so much time, effort, and money since January to seek his defeat. By being involved in the trenches and taking our hits in the arenas of politics this year, we got ourselves muddy and our noses bloody; we have every right to complain whether we vote or not, no matter who wins in the current race. We supported a candidate different from Obama someone to vote for. And, if Romney wins, do not expect a safer more prosperous America. Election after election, I was forced to vote for the lesser of two evils. This year I will vote for no evil one.

Indeed, I would say those who don't vote have more of a right to complain. The winner's votes never beat the votes of the loser plus the would be votes of all the people who just stay home, and the people who stay home have not been complicit. Voters are complicit. You keep voting for people are either traitors or are enthusiastically promising to become traitors.

The Republican party has outlived its usefulness.

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