Sunday, November 2, 2008

HousingFEAR endorses the following Candidates

If someone says voting for a candidate other than a Republican or Democrat is a waste of your vote they are lying to you. A wasted vote is voting for the lesser of two evils, or voting for someone who does not represent you. However, a real wasted vote is writing in a candidate, especially one who is not a registered write in candidate, because that vote LITERALLY will not be counted. That, my friends® truly is a wasted vote.

HousingFEAR is here to help you vote by state for the best candidate who supports the constitution by state ballot access. Please get out to vote, even though these candidates have a very low chance of winning, a higher than expected vote turnout for them can change the political landscape for the future.

If you are lucky enough to live in Montana or Louisiana, Ron Paul is on the ballot. Please cast your vote for Ron Paul. He is only on the ballot in those 2 states.

Chuck Baldwin is listed on the ballot in the following states below, please vote for him if he is on the ballot in your state.

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Mass., Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennesse, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washinton, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

If you live in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Washington DC, Georgia, Indiana, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, or Texas Please cast your vote for Bob Barr.

As John Quincy Adams said, "Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost."


blakmira said...

Ron Paul is now officially accepted as a write-in candidate in California! Spread the word!

Gray said...

Hmm, I'm more in the "lesser of two evils" camp, or more precisely, the "better the loudmouth liberal than the evil republican" crowd.
Well, I hope you're not too disappointed about the outcome of the election. I guess Obama will be much more pragmatic than most believe. Already some progressives are disppointed with his first moves, chosing so many former Clinton staffers, callling for Lieberman to stay in the caucus, and so on. And the GOP searching for a new direction now will give Ron Paul and his supporters the chance to influence the party programs. This can only be good for the US.

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