I fully support you decision to vote for a third party, but why in the world would anyone ever vote for a libertarian?
That is a perfect response-
voted for Obama...dont like both of them...we know 1 of the 2 (Obama or Romney) are going to win...but i voted for Obama...one's bad and one is worse...if Romney became our President...our country would be moving backwards
Backwards? You mean to a time when we had jobs and gas wasn't $4 a gallon? A time when you could get a job without having to speak spanish so you could do business with the illegals who were taking over neighborhood after neighorhood? A time when our enemies feared us? Where do I sign up for that?
I miss Clinton too
There are no wasted votes- you are casting your personal, private preference when you vote. You are not picking a winning horse
good for you, I have often voted for fringe candidates with little chance to win, Jesse Ventura surprised a lot of people here in Minnesota
that's the 'nice' thing about being in a non-swing state: your vote doesn't really count anyway...
I was more concerned about the gas. I spent my vote on my gas and didn't drive to the booth.
As long as you didn't vote for Obama, you didn't waste your vote.
It is the ACT of voting that is sacred to Americans; not the idea that we should pick a winner, like a race horse