When has justice ever had anything to do with the law?
When did I say it did?
When you said "an unjust law is no law at all". By that logic most of the laws in the history of the world were "no law at all" - but tell that to the many people who suffered or died for breaking them. What exactly do you think a law is?
I won't contest that the system we have in the US exalts capitalism at the near-total expense of democracy - but I believe that's a result of the system we chose to create, rather than an inherent and intractable contradiction. Reclassify politicians accepting *any* form of financial or other reciprocation as treason and we'd be well on our way to allowing the two systems to coexist - no more campaign contributions, no more revolving doors. Or we could, say, replace the House of Representatives with some form of direct (or quasi-direct) democracy - give people the ability to vote directly on issues rather than just representatives who can proceed to ignore our wishes. Sure, the population could be lead by the nose by moneyed interests, at least up to a point, but if you can get the majority to believe your bullshit then democracy has spoken.
As for voting third party - I don't see how that really changes anything so long as the system remains as it is. So long as one of the two major parties still wins the office, the Kochs have gotten their money's worth - they don't actually care whether the winning candidate got 90% of the vote, or eked in with a 34% "mandate", just so long as it's their man in office. If we could muster enough support to get a seriously competitive third party, then sure, they might have to spend 50% more to assure that they have all three potential winners in their pocket - but we're talking about the Koch brothers and their ilk, they could spend 10x that without hardly noticing, and they would still be getting an incredible return on investment.
Sure, I vote a nearly straight third party ticket, preferring those whose policies I actually agree with when available
Which, does nothing to change the influence of lobbyists or force parties to actually listen to voters when setting the agenda. If you keep picking from the offered cards hoping for a game that you control you're just hoping for the triumph of optimism over experience.
So then oh wise master, what exactly are you trying to suggest? Should I write in another candidate, do you think that would change something? Abstaining certainly won't, that just sends the message that hey, there's one more sucker we can ignore completely.