All votes are a waste unless you live in a swing state. If you live in a highly democrat or republican state and don't vote like the rest of your friends your vote is a waste because we use the electoral college and not the Popular vote. REMOVE THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE ITS NOT 1870.
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The two party system does not work. The ballot should ONLY have a write in space.
No, I'm not implying you're wrong. I'm saying you're wrong.
It's different today though. Back then people did not watch CNN or Fox News.
It's on the preface of The Revolution: A Manifesto. I'm sure you know that. I don't even care if someone else said it first, as he's the one putting it in this particular context
Freedom is pending Approval on obama's channel
I'm very pleased to hear he's a Christian.
Although, if you knew American history, you'd know the 4 fathers always prayed before they assembled, seeking the guidance of God. Here again, we somehow got away from including God and you can now clearly see its results. We're in debt, criminals are governing our country, wickedness is all around you with the loss of Constitutional rights. These criminals want a Socialist America, without the God of the Bible.
It's good to make sure is all.
All of this has only just started it's going to get much much worse enjoy!
HILL. ON THE HILL. AND NOW THERE WILL BE HELL.
remember people! JESSE VENTURA won as 3rd party, ABRAHAM LINCOLN was neither dem. or rep.
Tell your sister that if enough people 'waste their vote' on a third party... they get elected.
How sad is it that people who speak the truth are so rare in DC that when one stands up, it seems revolutionary?
Boycott the two zombie political parties.. They are the walking dead. Write in Ron Paul!!!
Don't you get sick of always being right Congressman?
In regards to the top comment. Ron Paul is not third party, he was running for the republican nomination.
??? Ron Paul IS a Christian. He was raised and baptized Lutheran. All five of his kids and wife are Baptized Episcopalian. He currently attends a Baptist church in Texas close to home. So what part is not Christian? I'm confused. He just doesn't like to mix his religious beliefs with politics.
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