Louis Not Voting, GOP Regreting Romney





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Published on Sep 22, 2012

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Comments • 75

Desiderio Villalobos
Not true, 3rd parties effect our bi-partisan system by changing what the two major parties will include in their platforms in future elections (to win those votes)
Kip McEntire
Louis, not voting leads to a "Tragedy of the Commons" (wikipedia: Tragedy_of_the_commons). Perhaps if we had more people voting, then there would be viable 3rd party candidates.
There should be an option of "none of the above"
This is like one of those circular arguments. They can't have enough votes to win if there's no one voting for them. There's no one voting for them because people don't think they'll win. By simply thinking they're not worth voting for, you've basically helped make them even more irrelevant, which is sad because they're advocating for what you think should be done, getting corporations out of elections.
Nope, sorry.
What are the chances of the Green Party winning the election? It very slim,and wouldn't be even worth the paper to cast the vote for.
It's not even that we like the middle ground. It's that one of the seemingly unknown things to the rest of the world about the constitution is that it intentionally creates gridlock. We only have two parties, basically at the national level. European democracies have the ability to have far more parties. We just don't. If you go to a restaurant that is, by design, only serving two items, they aren't going to be very exotic items. Something meat, something potato.
Michael Mansy
I don't like or believe in anyone or anything political. 
There are third parties it's just that they are either too specific in fringes or nobody knows about them. For example, the Green Party is pretty active, but most people don't know they've been advocating ending corporate funding of elections because everyone thinks they're just about environmental issues.
Then why not cast your vote to a candidate who is advocating ending corporate financing of elections? The Green Party has been advocating this for decades.
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