Re: MD Bush either you are with him or you are with the......

Date: Fri Sep 27 2002 - 00:33:35 BST

In a message dated 9/26/2002 5:04:19 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

> Mm, seems you harbor a bit of spite, as well as an attitude of hopelessness.
> Have you considered that if everyone didn't regard third party votes as a
> waste of a vote, then possibly it would cease to be such a waste?

The spite, yes, but not hopelessness. I didn't say that I would never vote,
just that I wouldn't vote if it came down to Gore and Bush again. Perhaps
'waste' was too strong a word, but I was just trying to be realistic. I
actually liked Nader (even represented him in a mock debate two years ago and
got 10% of my school's vote), but even he knew he wasn't going to get
anywhere. That led to his propositions of radical ideas such as worldwide
nuclear disarmament and increased hemp cultivation (which many people,
stoners or not, misconstrued as a legalization of marijuana). It's been two
parties throughout the history of America, do you think there's any way to
reform that? That's not a sarcastic or rhetorical question, I really want to


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