If You are Voting for Jill Stein, Here is What I know About You
Sasha Stone

The funny, telling, and sad thing about each and every hostile response to this post is that not one attempts to explain what a vote for a third party candidate accomplishes. It’s all about “who are you to tell me how to make my personal choice about whom to prefer for president,” thus roundly and repeatedly confirming the author’s thesis that third-party voters don’t understand what voting is for. It’s not a medium of self expression for crying out loud — it’s a thing that determines material conditions for hundreds of millions of American people, along with everyone and everything else that occupies the biosphere of our only planet with us. Understanding that point is part of being an adult.

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