They're not voting because...
- I don't believe in voting for "the least...
I don't believe in voting for "the least of two or more evils". By definition evil is evil, there are no grading systems. I don't want the blood of innocents or the misery caused by Governments on my hands. And yes, they are all the same in that regard. Every 'do-gooder' is interfering in someone else's life in some way. What right do they have to do this?written 8th Apr 2005
juliuss replies: Less evil = more good. And what's wrong with more good? Don't be so pessimistic: think of it as voting for the better person, not the less worse person.written 8th Apr 2005
P replies: Quote: "Less evil = more good."
Rapist or Paedophile? Who is your favourite?written 8th Apr 2005
Gavin replies: We live in what is known as "society". That's why our lives are all necessarily intertwined. Unless we want to go back to being waring tribes, taxes etc are a necessary evil. As for the "all politicians are evil" argument, that surely requires an intimate knowledge of the pychology of at least a significant number of politicians - although I suppose it depends upon your definition of evil (I'm guessing most things qualify, by the sound of things).written 11th Apr 2005