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Should Bernie supporters vote for Hillary?

Should Bernie supporters vote for Hillary?

(7:05) Level-headed presentation looking at the ethics of voting or not, and how the philosophy of Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill fit into US politics. Philosophy Tube YT channel

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Guest: Frankly my dear (542 days ago)

Not voting = not caring what the outcome of the election is. That's valid, but don't complain if you don't like the result. Perhaps all the candidates are bad. But are they equally bad?

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Not voting = not caring what the outcome of the election is. That's valid, but don't complain if you don't like the result. Perhaps all the candidates are bad. But are they equally bad?

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Guest: (542 days ago)

If I vote and my candidate does not win, who do I complain to when I don't like the results?

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If I vote and my candidate does not win, who do I complain to when I don't like the results?

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Guest: Frankly my dear (541 days ago)

PS - Let me guess - are you left wing?

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PS - Let me guess - are you left wing?

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Guest: (541 days ago)

Let me guess - are you mentally retarded?

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Let me guess - are you mentally retarded?

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Guest: Frankly my dear (541 days ago)

What difference would it make? Have you heard of ad hominem? Butt hurt much?

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What difference would it make? Have you heard of ad hominem? Butt hurt much?

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Guest: Frankly my dear (541 days ago)

You complain to whoever gave you the stupid idea that you are entitled to get the candidate you vote for. Time to grow up!

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You complain to whoever gave you the stupid idea that you are entitled to get the candidate you vote for. Time to grow up!

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Guest: (541 days ago)

Means I can complain regardless if I vote or not or if I get the candidate I voted for. I am free to complain whenever.

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Means I can complain regardless if I vote or not or if I get the candidate I voted for. I am free to complain whenever.

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Guest: Frankly my dear (541 days ago)
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Yes, you are free to complain, and other people are free to form their opinion of you.

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Yes, you are free to complain, and other people are free to form their opinion of you.

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Guest: (541 days ago)

Please, please, please let it be Trump!

A lot of middle-eastern people will be grateful to remain alive, safe from Hillary, and we get constant entertainment for 4 years to boot, what's not to like?

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Please, please, please let it be Trump!

A lot of middle-eastern people will be grateful to remain alive, safe from Hillary, and we get constant entertainment for 4 years to boot, what's not to like?

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (542 days ago)

If the candidate I support looks like they will easily win, then I would vote for a small party I also support. In the recent London Mayor election I supported Sadiq Khan - I was confident he would win so I voted Green Party.

If it's a case of voting for the lesser of two evils, I would vote for a smaller party I support. Unless the greater evil is Donald Trump.

If Donald Trump postpones action against climate change for at least 4 years, it's goodbye civilisation. That is a deal breaker.

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If the candidate I support looks like they will easily win, then I would vote for a small party I also support. In the recent London Mayor election I supported Sadiq Khan - I was confident he would win so I voted Green Party.

If it's a case of voting for the lesser of two evils, I would vote for a smaller party I support. Unless the greater evil is Donald Trump.

If Donald Trump postpones action against climate change for at least 4 years, it's goodbye civilisation. That is a deal breaker.

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