Monday, October 1, 2012

What if every choice is bad?

This discussion by Justin Raimondo grapples with the problem faced by a voter when both candidates are despicable.  How do you prioritize your thinking in order to pick the candidate for whom you should vote, or if, indeed, to decide if there a benefit to not voting for either?

He makes a strong case exposing the 'war' metaphor so commonly used these days, as a sham excuse to loot the citizenry and destroy their freedoms.  I would suggest that a state that chooses to start a war is actually committing a form of slow suicide by virtue of using its own finite supply of people and property for destructive rather than constructive purposes

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