Dazzler wrote:Voting for a third party won't work.
Au contraire, that's american's only
choice. Voting for the duopoly has historically shown their the wasted votes.
Dazzler wrote:It's a choice between an idiot and an idiot fascist.
Wrong again, it's a choice between two
idiot fascists representing the same duopoly.
Dazzler wrote:In US politics, a third-party vote is a wasted vote.
Still wrong Daz, three for three. Voting for the wrong parties doesn't make a right, just as two wrongs don't make a right.
Dazzler wrote:In future, when deciding where to spread freedom and democracy, you might want to start in the city on the hill.
Which city is this? San Francisco? Cincinnati, Ohio (built on seven hills, similar to Rome)? However, hopefully not washington dc, where the us capitol is built on a small hill barely overlooking the city, which was built on a swamp. The first half of american history included trying to drain that swamp, or cover it over and they settled with the latter. The second half of american history has been the failed attempts of various presidents to drain the 'other' swamp, but their mired failures have only made it deeper. However, it serves a purpose for slinging mud at each other, each election cycle.