To Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils or Not To

Many of us have heard the argument, “You have to vote for the lesser of two evils, otherwise ‘candidate X’ will win!”. How good are we at discerning who the “really evil” candidate really is? Is this a winning strategy to move us towards liberty or at least slow the erosion? Constitutional scholar, Stephen Pratt, breaks down the facts.

 

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