Just curious, at that point in time, who other than Perot, would you have voted for?
Other than Barbara Boxer, I can't remember the last time I voted for a Democrat, and that was probably back in '92. So I guess I'm to blame.
"wouldn’t a vote for Stein or Johnson essentially be a vote for Trump?"
Not if said voter usually votes Republican. A vote for Clinton is a vote for all billionaires, Trump included.
Since we may be in the send a message business, do you think voting for Johnson or Green would have more of an impact?
I can cast a ballot for someone I can't trust or even like, but I can trust Clinton to be a corrupt Wall Street hack and someone who will continue and exacerbate the course we are on.
I think you mistake the media and Clinton for being liberal. And if I were to buy into the bias theory, I would see it's primary coverage/support of Trump as being a part of the sloppy fraud this election cycle.
And if I were to be comfortably paranoid, I'd suspect this whole WWE-like circus is a conspiracy to get me to vote for Johnson.
All in all, what better example of the need for "none of the above" option on ballots?
The famous Lizard versus Wizard contest.
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