PostHeaderIcon Illusion of Choice

This is very well put:


Yeah, the negative choice of the lesser of two evils… Please just Stop Voting; it only legitimizes and encourages the insufferable bastards. What would happen if they held an election, and nobody came? 🙁 â—„Daveâ–º

5 Responses to “Illusion of Choice”

  • Chris says:

    As primary election turnouts break records left and right. Not disagreeing. Just an observation.

    • Yes, and at least 95% of them have been brainwashed to think that this is a democracy; that it is their civic duty to vote; and that their choice could somehow make a difference. A great many of them are destined to be very disappointed, probably angry, and perhaps even violent, when their choice ultimately fails to get the nomination of their Party.

      Those simpler souls who can go about living their mundane lives, oblivious to political intrigue and uninterested in current events, used to frustrate me. Now I envy them, and aspire to join them. â—„Daveâ–º

      • Chris says:

        Preaching to the choir there my friend. If they would just leave me alone I wouldn’t care what they did. But you know that won’t happen. Everything they do puts one more burden, chore, or insult on those that otherwise wouldn’t give a rats tail.

  • If anything, I think education is counterproductive. By nature, education is about an authority figure telling people how it is.

    Political corruption occurs when people put their faith and power into the hands of others, and believe what they’re told by authority figures.

    If anything, I think our best voters are those who have been strongly disenfranchised by authority and have instead approached their search for truth alone and with with a great deal of skepticism.

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