• Amphobet
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    53 months ago

    I certainly love being in a hostage situation. “Vote for me, or my buddy Trump is gonna rough you up.” Hey, could I maybe vote for someone that represents my interests? No? Ok, cool. Voting uncommitted tomorrow. We’ll see how Joe does between now and November.

    • @[email protected]
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      173 months ago

      It’s the primary, the party’s internal election for which candidate they want to support.

      This has nothing to do with the presidential election where Biden would indeed lose if enough people refused to vote for him.

    • @[email protected]
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      3 months ago

      No, not voting at all is a vote for nobody. Votes are earned, not deserved. Don’t try to red herring your way out of the consequences of neoliberalism.

      Voting isn’t an obligation. and the few places that make it mandatory have a “none of the above” vote.

  • Lopen's Left Arm
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    -33 months ago

    As long as he gets it all out of his system in the primary and votes for Biden in November. The primary is the proper place for that kind of thing, but pulling that stunt in the general is the same as voting for Trump.