Yesterday, 03:40 PM
I disagree. I think the premise is very much similar. Sometimes you vote to stop a greater evil. Voting doesn't always mean that you sanction what they are doing, but rather you are choosing for that over what the alternative will be if you don't. Same way with paying taxes.
But, so that I can understand you better, if Ron Paul was voting for President, you wouldn't vote for him because that would make you immoral? I can understand you saying that you couldn't in good conscience vote for a lesser evil, but from what I am gathering, you are saying that you won't vote for anyone period, and that those who do vote in America are immoral. Is this correct?