The problem with voting — part 982

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February 9, 2011
Kent's "Hooligan Libertarian" Blog
by Kent McManigal  
Posted in Commentary

"With most other choices in life you can choose the good stuff and reject the bad. In an order of french fries you can eat the good ones and toss the one that looks like it might just be a fried rat's tail. When out with your best friend, you can join him in doing the things you like, but you can let him go on his own way if he wants to whack hornet nests with a tennis racket while wearing only underwear. The nature of politics is that when you vote for a politician based on his stance on an issue that you agree with, you can also be getting a lot of really bad things in the same package." (02/08/11)  

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