IF we dont vote Rep or Demo........

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Can someone give me a good reason to cast my vote for any and who would be best suited for the job, opinions and links are appreciated.

I am more interested now after trying to understand the libertarian views, I guess I am more along that line.


And thanks.

-- (Itdont@matter.noway), August 27, 2000


It don't matter noways,

Rather than at first give you my feelings and links and info etc... let me ask you a question.Given the D's and R's track record why would you want to vote for them? All they have done is lied,stole and cheated you,it's in the news quite often,and that's just what they are caught at and is reported.I am taking your question at face value and am considering you to be a thoughtful,inquisitive person trying to sort through the political BS we are presented with.

-- capnfun (capnfun1@excite.com), August 27, 2000.

I can't vote for either Gore or Bush. I consider them both to be traitors. I think it is more important this year than it ever has to vote third party. Any third party. No way I expect my candidate (whoever that may be) to win. But I'm damned if I will give the winner of the next election the satisfaction of believing that those who did not vote were either asleep/didn't care or too thrilled about the way things were going to bother to vote. Third party is the only way I can tell them I think they are a bunch of slime. And it is also a vote of support for the other parties to keep plugging.

-- Whatever (who@car.es), August 28, 2000.

For many years people have been told thir vote doesn't count ,when in fact it does. Vote for the person who have your views. I go for the third parties, because of the constition I believe in it!

-- ET (bneville@zebra.net), August 29, 2000.

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