The Lesser of Two Evils: Don’t Give Power to the Lie

The ‘Lesser of Two Evils’ Con-Game:

“In reality, the leaderships of both fraudulent parties support essentially the same methodology, and that methodology could be summarized thus:  Centralize everything, globalize everything, control everything, grow government power, reduce the effectiveness of the citizenry, turn the public against each other, rob them while they’re distracted.  If an American does not understand this dynamic and how it is used to dominate the ebb and flow of our culture, then that American knows nothing.  He is lost…”

“there are two candidates for President of the United States, one is a cannibalistic serial killer who plans to murder 20 more people with his own hands while in office.  The other is a cannibalistic serial killer who only plans to kill 19 innocents personally.  Which candidate do you support?

The correct answer is NEITHER.”

“Such institutionalized misery can only be undone by uncompromising men and women who put principles and conscience before comfort, or even before their own lives.  All throughout history, this is how wrong is undone.  No society ever changed for the better by casting aside their beliefs and their individualism.  No society ever changed for the better by choosing the lesser of two evils. [emphasis added]  No society ever changed for the better by holding out the hand of friendship to despots, maniacs, and con-men in the hopes that they would be spared just a little less tragedy before their time on this Earth is over…”

The Repudiation of Romney the Repudiator:

“This is what I know with certainty:  Other than a few cosmetic touch-ups here and there — e.g., toying with making minor cuts in the budget — nothing of any consequence will change under a Mitt Romney presidency. Nothing.”

Vote third-party or write someone in but, whatever you do, don’t vote for either Romney or Obama.


2 thoughts on “The Lesser of Two Evils: Don’t Give Power to the Lie

  1. I believe that you are wrong. In this fallen world almost every choice we make is, at best, for the lesser of two evils. I defy you to name even one event in American history that was purely good, with no compromise and no part that caused regret.

    Casting every issue as black or white with no gray and no room for compromise feels very good doesn’t it? It makes you feel so clean and pure. But it accomplishes nothing and serves only to turn people against each other. Remember, it is not the polarizers who are blessed, it is the peacemakers.

  2. My point is that both parties have come to embrace the exact same corrupt foundation and that voting either party into power will have the same result. I’m not polarizing this debate; the Republicans and Democrats already do that themselves:

    I’m not saying that I’m not willing to make compromises or even to block a far greater evil with a lesser evil: I’m saying that both parties play the “lesser of two evils” card to garner votes but their actions make it clear that they both support the same evil ends despite their polarizing rhetoric. When the GOP presents me with a genuinely less evil candidate then I will vote for him – but I have yet to see that in a major election.

    Who knows, maybe by demanding more from the GOP we can even reach a point someday when we’ll see electable candidates who don’t support any intrinsic evil and then we won’t have to choose between two grave evils.

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