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Please Vote, or Don’t . . . Depending . . . .

Please vote, on or before Tuesday, if you oppose Trump and Trumpism. On the other hand, if you’re a fan of Trump, please remember that your vote is statistically meaningless . . . so you might as well stay home.

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Election 2018

I just early-voted in the midterm election, and surprised myself by casting ballots for several Libertarians. These were races where voting Libertarian was the only way to vote against the Party of Trump.

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Just 14 States Choose America’s Next President

If you live in one of the states shown in gold, congratulations — both the Trump and Clinton campaigns want your vote, for you live in a “battleground” or “toss-up” state, or at least one that only slightly “leans Democrat” … Continue reading

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On Voting, and Encouraging, or Discouraging, Others from Doing the Same

I don’t like TV ads, mailings, etc. that encourage people to vote. If I had money to burn, I’d buy advertising with the opposite message: please don’t bother voting. Reason 1: When more people vote, the impact of my single … Continue reading

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“If you don’t vote, you have no right to complain” is utter nonsense.

Why do people say this so much? There’s no voting-requirement clause in the First Amendment. Those who choose not to vote do, indeed, have a right to complain. So do those who vote for the people who lose. If ANYONE … Continue reading

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