Here we go with the trite dismissal of third party votes again.
I'm not dismissing those votes at all. They have a very real effect on the election. Such as helping the Clinton Machine back into executive power.
The only person being dismissive is YOU (in your assertion that those votes impact both of the larger parties in the same way, and thus don't really change anything
We'll be stuck with that racist, mysoginist, xenophobe for 4 years.
Ah, I see you're one of the people pretending to actually think that, while also pretending you don't know anything about Hillary Clinton. If you're going to stay that uninformed, please don't do anything dangerous to those around you, like voting.
I'm voting for Johnson. Fuck you and your guilt-peddling.
Guilt-peddling? I'm not trying to make you feel guilty. I'm just pointing out the reality of the matter, that's all. If you feel guilty for having helped Clinton win, that's entirely up to you.
I want a clear conscience, so it's Gary Johnson/William Weld for me.
So you're voting for Hillary. How does that leave your conscience clear? She's a corrupt, lying, sociopath. And you're doing a little two-step dance as you support her quest for power.
Because if you look at who the emails are from, according to TFS, none are from Hillary. The headline is clickbait.
They're not from her, but they're directly or indirectly all ABOUT her and the DNC's unwavering Coronate Hillary position. What else did you think was going to be the focus of the matter? Yoga and wedding plans? Right.
I didn't know that nominating the primary candidate with the most votes of any party in a democratic election was a "coronation"
It has the "coronation" feel to it because it's been a foregone conclusion since before Sanders suddenly woke up one morning and decided he was a Democrat and joined the party so he could push Hillary into a more publicly-visible lefty posture. He had no chance of beating the Clinton machine and the fully assembled corporate, media, and entertainment industry backers that had already picked her, and he knew it.
There might be sensitive or personal information that he doesn't think should be made public
Since when has that stopped him?
The ONLY consideration on his part is whether he's got his hands on something he can personally leverage to improve his own situation and stick himself back into public focus.
The absent ones are always at fault.