But there are only two choices that can win. (by design) Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23793796
Not true. If enough people vote third party, they will win.
By not voting for either, you are taking one vote away from the two, and in this election, those who do that are giving the advantage of the wasted vote to Obama. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23793796
Wrong. See below for why.
Most polled independent and third party voters oppose Obama, therefore by not voting for the only candidate that can beat him, you are voting for him. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23793796
That's an assumption. A wrong one at that.
Please produce a link that states this as a fact and I'll believe it. Otherwise, your entire argument falls on its face. What if I wanted to vote for Obama, but voted green party instead? By your logic, that's a vote for Romney.
Either way, they get who they want in the WH at the end of the day, so really it doesn't matter... Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23793796
If that's the case, why don't you make a stand and vote for who you actually want to see in office? If that's Romney, vote for Romney. But, if you want to see a third party in the oval office, all it takes is for you to support them by voting.
Consider it a huge success, if after voting you 'feel' like you have participated and that you had a choice. :P Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23793796
If we can show this country that the Libertarian party has support, perhaps people will take notice of what Libertarians stand for. I FIRMLY believe that if people see what the Libertarian party is all about, they'll consider putting their old party out to pasture.