“If you refuse to answer your assailant when he asks if you’d rather be beaten with a club or a whip, then you have no right to complain about being assaulted.”
This article nicely (well, not nicely as in nice because they are not really all that nice about it but they do do a good job) puts into words what I can’t about why I choose to not vote. I refuse to vote and participate in a system where you must decide on the lesser of two evils.
If I feel confident about a candidate, I will vote for that candidate, otherwise I choose not to participate. Even when I do it’s not very likely that the person I voted for will win because they are usually not one of the major parties.
If you feel like I have no right to complain about the outcome if I don’t participate, read this article and maybe you’ll see things from a different perspective.
“If you refuse to answer your assailant when he asks if you’d rather be beaten with a club or a whip, then you have no…
Another article on the same subject -> http://lfb.org/if-you-vote-you-have-no-right-to-complain-11-things-to-do-instead/