Post Profile






A sharpened debate: Is it ethical to not vote this year for president?

Pondering how to do the right thing in what some see as a lesser-of-two-evils election        
read more

share

Related Posts


Won't Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils?

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

As we rapidly approach Election Day, I've heard a number of my friends say that they just can't vote for the lesser of two evils. They will neither support Obama or Romney for president; instead they'll support a third party candida...

9 Reasons to Elect a Supervillain President

Genres / Sci Fi : io9

When many American citizens cast their vote this November, they'll be choosing between the lesser of two evils. But why choose the lesser evil when you can choose a supervillain as your president. After all, supervillains can be eff...

Lesser Evils

Politics : Lawyers, Guns & Money

A useful reminder that every single president elected with the support of the left has been a lesser evil. And they almost certainly always will be. Wish lefties who hate "lesser evil" arg might wrestle with this: pro slave coloniza...

A philosopher explains: Is the ‘lesser of two evils’ an ethical choice for voters?

News : The Raw Story

Every election cycle, there are citizens who don’t like either of the candidates nominated by the two major political parties. And so, a familiar debate begins: Is a vote for a third party a principled stand – or wasteful naiveté? T...

Is the ‘lesser of two evils’ an ethical choice for voters?

News : The Raw Story

Travis N. Rieder, Johns Hopkins University Every election cycle, there are citizens who don’t like either of the candidates nominated by the two major political parties. And so, a familiar debate begins: Is a vote for a third party ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC