I see. So if two people are coming at your family to harm them (one with a gun and the other with a stick) you all would just stand there rather than attempt to take out the guy with the gun, and then deal with the guy and his stick?
Really, so then how does your scenario translate into why Obama is still President?No sozo,,this is America we would take out the guy with the stick and beat the guy with the gun then rob a bank,,take the two of them and frame it on them,,,and feed our families with the money we proved they stole,,,,
Nope, you just exposed yourself as the troll.
I didn't expect someone of your limited intelligence to comprehend the point, but it wasn't really addressed to you.I dunno sozo a guy with a gun and another with a stick don't seem like the voting system to me,,,but hey maybe your right maybe a guy with a gun will make us vote one way and a guy with a stick will have us vote another,,,maybe your actually a genius and your telling us the way the 2016 election will play-out,,,
I didn't expect someone of your limited intelligence to comprehend the point, but it wasn't really addressed to you.
There are two evils, and only two, from which you would cast your vote, as to which one you might have to deal with. Either you attempt to do something to stop the greater or you do nothing and accept the consequences.
As for me, as futile as it may be, I will not just stand there. I will cast my vote against the greater of two evils, so that I might be in a better position to do something about the lessor.
No need for you to respond, whitestone. I've already cast my vote that nothing you say is worth listening to.
Not true, as proven in my post above.
I think we are sometimes forced to pick our battles, and no matter who we vote for (unless it is God), we will always be making a choice between the lessor of two evils when it comes to men ruling over us.I get your logic, and see how it is practical, but on a personal level don't agree with siding with anything known to be evil... Even if my intentions are to fight it later, but Gods will I do not understand or contend with.