How To Stop The System


From Republicans, we’re told that a vote for anyone but Donald Trump is a vote for Hillary Clinton.

From Democrats, we’re told that a vote for anyone but Hillary Clinton is a vote for Donald Trump.

Therefore, by voting for neither of them, I am actually voting for both of them.  I’m not quite sure how that works, exactly, but it’s the only thing that makes sense.

And as I have discovered through many hours of laborious research watching various scientific documentaries such as Doctor Who, Star Trek, and Back to the Future, The Universe doesn’t tend to handle paradoxes like this very well.


In small numbers, it might go unnoticed, but if enough people get on board and buck the corrupt 2-party system, we might just tear a hole in the fabric of space-time, and bring an end to politics as we know it.

One can hope.




2 replies

  1. Many people believe that the Republican and the Democrat leadership do not represent them. This is especially true since it was the TEA Party who sent more republicans into public office than at any time since the 1920s. Worse, those representatives sold them out as soon as they got to Washington. Marco Rubio was a sterling example of this when he joined the “Gang of Eight.”

    For the last twenty years, the percentage of the registered voters who actually voted ranged from 49 to 56%. This meant that people have already been refusing to cooperate with a rigged system. The recent hacking of the DNC’s server showed how much the Mainstream Media’s reporters were in bed with the DNC. They was in a conspiracy to deny Sanders voters their representation.

    This election is unusual in that outsiders have been the leaders in the polls. People felt that the professional political class were corrupt and manipulative. More people were willing to trust that Trump was a true outsider than Cruz.

    Hillary is a true insider who has benefited hugely from politics. She has major problems which Trump will point out. Ultimately, this election will come down to trust. The Media, the DNC and Hillary have seriously damage their brand. What do they really stand for?

    • Yes, but “refusing to cooperate” by not voting just puts our elections into the hands of everyone who is voting for the big 2 parties…and I’m sure that a lot of those who aren’t voting aren’t doing it as a protest, they’re just disinterested and uninformed.

      Hillary is a true insider, and Trump has cozied up with the GOP establishment. Throughout both conventions, the only people standing up to the establishment were Cruz, Mike Lee, and Cuccinelli.

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