Sooner or later, every Libertarian candidate hears: “I really like your ideas, and I’d vote for you in a heartbeat if I thought you could win. But—no offense—I don’t think you can. And I’m afraid that voting for you will be taking a vote away from Smith, who may need it to beat Jones. Smith is bad, but Jones is worse.
This is the perennial logic of the “lesser of two evils” voter. But voting for the “winner” doesn’t change anything. Government keeps getting bigger – whether the Democrat or Republican is elected.
Voting Libertarian -– can change everything.
Read the whole post for Mark Grannis’s reasons:
Via Libertarian Party.