MIT professor Noam Chomsky would vote for President Barack Obama if he lived in a swing state, but only to keep Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan out of the White House.
Chomsky explained last week on the Matthew Filipowicz Show that activists should not spend much time on the “carefully orchestrated electoral extravaganza” with a few exceptions.
“Between the two choices that are presented, there is I think some significant differences,” he said. “If I were a person in a swing state, I’d vote against Romney-Ryan, which means voting for Obama because there is no other choice. I happen to be in a non-swing state, so I can either not vote or — as a probably will — vote for [Green Party candidate] Jill Stein.”
Interesting to hear him say that.
That's okay, between all the members they could start 3 different 5 piece bands, and call them "Un", "Der", and "Oath"
Or they could release a triology of albums and have one for each under those names
Should post it again so other people will actually read it
Every candidate running against these house republicans should make this the front and center of the entire campiagn.
That's pretty cool.
Welcome back Tate and apparently I shouldn't dismiss Looper as I initially had no interest in it.