but i'm [pretty] when i [lie] (l_c_and_s) wrote in america_anew,
but i'm [pretty] when i [lie]

Because I'm Sick of David's Bitching.

I didn't get to vote on this year's election. My birthday follows a good two months and 16 days after, so as usual, I used my mother as my extended vote.

I do not associate myself with the two party system. When expressing my views on both Kerry and Bush, a friend of mine askd me that if I had a gun pointed to my head, forcing me to vote for either of them, who I would vote for. And I said I still would vote Nader.

but why would I do that? Would I want another 4 years from Bush? A vote for Nader is a wated vote. This is the opinion of a massive amount of Americans. Which is hilarious, given the fact that whenever I ask people why they're voting for Kerry, instead of Nader, it's always answered "Because he'll never get any votes."

Not "I disagree with his political view points."

That strikes me as endlessly interesting.

I mean, do you not listen to your most favorite band just because it's not played on the radio?

It's the worst reason ever. Obviously if nobody was going to stand for their viewpoints, then nobody would vote for him.

Which is one of the many reasons why I hate American voters. They obviously have no fucking idea what they're doing.


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Thank you! This is so fucking stupid!

does anybody realize that if enough people voted for Nadar it wouldn't be a problem anymore?

People voted for stupid Kerry because they didn't want Bush to win.

But don't they know that if ENOUGH people voted for Nadar we wouldn't have to deal with either Kerry or Bush?

It's more fear in politics. Fear that if we stop voting for Candidate A in favor of C, but nobody stops voting for Candidate B to balance it out, then C is always going to win, and we don't like the idea of B beating both A and B. If that makes any sense.

I could make it make sense, but I'm feeling lazy.
we don't like the idea of B beating both A and B

Because he is the only one I know who could beat himself. Ow! Tempo! Tempo! Tempo!
Are you sure this thing is on? ^_^
I didn't vote for Nadar because I didn't think he was qualified to be president. Besides, he isn't as famous as David Cobb. LOL I am sorry, I tried to do this one seriously but I love the David Cobb thing. Its funny. You got to admit that its funny. I fell sorry for him though. I mean, to be dropped by the Green party. That's like being dropped from a AAA baseball team or the Cubs. ;-)

Sorry, Nader is a nutty sell-out. He might've been an okay candidate in 2000, but he was pandering a little too much to the Republicans this time around. Nader had very few votes this time compared to 2000. I think most people realized the election was too important to be wasting on someone who had abandoned reason.

Of course, Bush won again, so maybe reason was not a factor in too many votes, anyway.