Enough with the strategizing, poll-watching and fears of “the wasted vote.” Here’s what each Presidential Election vote really means:
A vote for Obama: Nothing. Everybody hates George Bush. If you think that your vote is finally putting racism behind us, you’re wrong. Very wrong.
A vote for McCain: This vote shows that you are a battered-spouse Republican. The GOP can do anything to you and you’ll come back begging for more. You are more than masochistic, however; you’re damaging yourself, your party, and all of your neighbors. Stop. Take a deep breath. Seek help at once. On the other hand, if you’re a Democrat voting for McCain, I have to say that you’re pretty clever. …Kill the enemy from within, and all that.
A vote for Nader: You’re an ardent socialist/collectivist of course. You are aware that the major party machines are bad, and that “special interests” are problematic, but you don’t really understand why that is, because you flock to special interests yourself. You may even want to shoot gun rights activists. You’re a little confused, but you’re not really hurting anybody with your vote. It may do some good, in fact.
A vote for Baldwin: You are a fine person, and I would like to know you. You really want the constitutions/ Rule of Law, and are willing to write in a vote that may not even get counted (yes, our elections are rigged to a degree). You have my respect. I know I’m running as a Libertarian but I confess I’m conflicted. I really like this man a lot.
A vote for Barr: You’re sick of the entrenched and corrupt major parties, and are making a stand for the constitutions/ Rule of Law. This vote will be counted, and the major parties will be watching with sweaty palms. Good for you. There’s lately been a very unfortunate, mishandled misunderstanding and miscommunication between the Ron Paul/Chuck Baldwin and Bob Barr camps, and that has me even more confliced. Haven’t we conservatives divided and conquered ourselves quite enough?