Pull the lever and get all lemons.
I was a Green Party member, but have since registered Democrat so I can vote in their primaries. In 2008, I'm planning to vote for Kucinich in the primaries, and in the general I'll either vote Green or for whatever reptile scum actually punts for the Democrats. It looks like that will either be the lethally ambitious Mrs. Clinton, or the dashingly inept Obama. But who knows: I was planning to vote for squat firebrand Dean until they started amplifying the importance of his awkward "Byahhh!" bleating, and a stifling gray flog floated in, calling itself "John Kerry," to cock up the elections for us.
magilum wrote:All I see from you guys is bombastic theorizing.
I'm not entirely certain what you're referring to by this comment, but I'm assuming you're referring to the anarchist ideas expressed in this thread. As I stated earlier, you and millions of others engage in potentially hundreds of leaderless, non-violent acts daily and I think it's reasonable to assume that you and those millions of others would prefer to engage in those acts at your own discretion without first having to run them by State central-planners for approval. There's nothing theoretical about it.
...this is a total threadjacking.
"None of the above" is a perfectly legitimate option.
Right, putting Kroger bags over parking meters and mixing Canadian cents into the rolls you give to the bank. J-walking, stealing packets of Wrigley's, and giving the wrong time. Using a fake name on your Guns and Ammo subscription card, and not declaring the money you made selling pot. Yeah, sure showed the feds what's up.
You know, until now, I've enjoyed committing petty acts against our culture; arguing with people, trying to get them to question their assumptions. But seeing that kind of thing defended here as important subversion, it just looks sad. I wonder if that's how I come off to the people I've argued with.