1994-03-01 - Re: ditz in office

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From: joshua geller <joshua@cae.retix.com>
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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Message ID: <199403010153.RAA01268@sleepy.retix.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-03-01 01:54:44 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 28 Feb 94 17:54:44 PST

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From: joshua geller <joshua@cae.retix.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 94 17:54:44 PST
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: ditz in office
Message-ID: <199403010153.RAA01268@sleepy.retix.com>
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mike writes:
>someone else writes: 
>>someone yet else writes:

>> >now i wish i had not voted for the ditz in office.

>> I wish everyone who voted either Republican or Democrat instead of
>> Libertarian because they didn't want their vote to be wasted would take a
>> moment to consider how their vote would have meant any less if they had
>> voted for Andre Marrou and Nancy Lord in '92.

>I'm still reasonably satisfied to have voted for Clinton. I don't think
>any of this stuff would have been any different if any other candidate had
>been elected.

I second that, but I didn't vote for clinton, I voted against
bush. I never (or very rarely) vote for anyone; I decide which
candidate that is likely to win I dislike most and vote for whoever 
is likeliest to beat them. a vote for anyone else is usually a vote
for the one I don't want to win. 

if clinton had been the one I disliked more than bush I would have
voted for bush, not perot.

if the republicans can manage to field someone I dislike less than
clinton in 96, I will vote for them. with his attacks on privacy 
and the second amendment, my dislike for clinton goes up every day.