Oh my goodness, from now on I will let you know when I'm being sarcastic, ok? (re: phone issue) I could care less about the silly phones, especially since I didn't even get one! What's more important than this distraction is Obama's newest gift to the country.....NDAA. Do you know anything about that? It's much more important than an argument over a free trinket.
You do realize there are more than 2 parties in the country, right? Maybe voting for a third party candidate would be a great way to show our distaste for the Republicans and Democrats. If I cannot support the policies presented by either Republican and Democrat candidates, then why should I (or anybody) be expected to vote for the "better one"? How about neither? If you were pro-(fill in the blank) and both candidates were not, how could you live with yourself if you voted against something you believed in? This is my situation, and I don't like to be bullied into doing something I'm not comfortable with, thank you.
So, the plan:
Look up Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. If you like him better than Oromney or Robama, why not vote for him. And please don't patronize me--I KNOW one of those clowns will win and Gary Johnson won't have a chance. Please, I know. I know. I know.
I know! But if you are looking for a change in the system, you actually have to do something to change the system. Change must begin with the first step.
If you think voting third party is a waste, please read this. If you want to continue to debate with me, you should to know my side. Here's a snippet: "We have been deluded in this country into thinking that a Third Party won't work. How? Well, first we're told that if we vote for a third party, we'd be wasting our vote."
Read on if you want to know more about why voting third party is not a waste at all. http://www.nysthirdparty.com/why.html