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snyps said:
sundin13 said:

...yeah, exactly.

That was kind of my point. I honestly don't care if it is based on "conviction". Both Biden and Kamala changed positions on numerous issues. That's all that really matters. Like you said, politicians try to be electable (remember when I said early that changing positions was natural for politicians?). As such, I don't understand the assumption that they will sabotage that electability and go "ha, jk" as soon as they take power.

If that’s all you’re looking for, that’s great. That doesn’t do it for me. I want a leader who is dedicated to the principle of liberty, not control. A person who says what you want to hear just wants control. 

Primaries are for shooting your shot on the candidate you like. I took my shot on the candidate I liked, but what I got is Biden. Now I have two choices and only two choices, no matter how I feel about that: Biden and Trump.

That choice should be simple if your ideal candidate is someone to the left of Biden.

And if you decide not to make a choice, that isn't a noble act of rebellion or anything like that, it is simply you empowering the status quo.